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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.5

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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.5
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#bt§ they Uifarafed hiai, that by the negligence #f the guard, the mine had been deftroyed, and they bad AifFered a great lofs. Upon this, the earl of Arundel was lent for and fliarply reprimanded by the duke of Lancafter and earl of Cambridge for his negleft : he excufed himfeif as well as he was able, but was fo greatly a&amed that he had richer have loft lèverai thou-sand pounds. ' • After the dcftru&jon of t|e tninq, t&e principal chiefs held a council to determine how they Ihould They faw they had loft the feafon of the year, which was not to be regained i for Ihould they at-tcmpt another mine, winter would come before it could be finithed : they therefore refolved, taking all things into confidcration, that their wifeft plan would be to break up their camp and return to England. Orders were, in confequence, ifTued by the duke and the marihals for the army to decamp, and em-bark on board their fleet in the port of St. Malo. This order was foon obeyed; and, having a fa-vourable wind* they made fail for Southampton, if here they arrived. On difembarking, they learnt that-ftr John Arundel, the governor of Southamp-ton was gone tp reinforce the garrifon of Cher-bourg. Thus up this army difperfed, wherr fome re-crofl&d the fca% and others returned to their own country* The common people in England began itf murmur againft the nobles, laying they had that year donc tittle" good infuffering St. Malo to efcape from


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