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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.4

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.4
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no means of efbaping, they related how the caftle of Berwick had been regained, and all found within put to death except Alexander Ramfay : they $fter» wards told how the earls of Northumberland and Nottingham were marching along Tweedfide in fearch of the Scots, and how fir Thomas Mufgrave, his fon, fir John Seton and fir Richard Breton, with three hundred fpears and as many archers, were lodged in the abbey of Melrofe, and that fhefe knights had fent them out to difcovcr where the Scots were. "c By my troth/ replied fir Wiliam Lindfay, * yop have found us, and you will now remain with us/ They were then taken afide, and given up to fome of their companions, with orders to guard them well under penalty of their lives. Sir William Lindfay inftandy fent off one of his men at arms, faying ; 4 Ride to our main army, and tell them all you have heard, and the fituation of the Englifh : I will remain here until morhing, fo fee if any thing elfe may happen/ This,man at arms rode on until he came to a large village beyond Morlaine*, which is called Hondebrayf, fituated on the Tweed, among the mountains, were there were large meads and a plentiful country ; for which reafons the Scots had quartered themfelves there. Towards evening, « Morlaine. * Laxnbirlaw/*-M'Pberfon's Geographical liiitf traitons of Scottijh Hljlory*. f Hondebray. * It fecms Hadingtoun ; and. if fo the river ought to be Tine.'—M'Pberfcn's Geog. îlîuft, 347 the


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