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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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inonde thçm wrere fuçh br4?e me^ that itcoùld npt rally be tf&en : hh troops alfo began to be fa-tigued, ffe therefore founded a retreat, when the mpn retired ip a handfonje manner aloqg the river fjde? bringing off their fleet of boats j and on the ppiorrow tjiey returned to their army bçfore Oude-narde. x CHAP. XXVI, SEVERN ASSAULTS ARE tyA££ ON OUDENARDE, -r-rPBAÇE CONCLUDED PET WE EN THE FLEM-INGS AND THE CARL OF PLUNDERS, MY IflAlfS OF f HE DUKE OF BURGUNDY. . . ^nr^HE fîçge of Oqdenarde continued for a Jong time; and the Flemings before it were matters of the river and of the adjoining country, fo that po provifion could be introduced- without great danger, ajid on the fide towards Hainault. Some-times victuallers, in hppes of gain, ventured, whilft the ^rmy w^§ afleep, to comç clofe to the barriers with provifion, which by that meaqs were brought intp Oudenardjp. • . -» * Amon^ the. many attacks made on thç town, there was; one which was very vigorous : it lafted the wholç day. Upon this oçc^fion, fome new Knights were created from Flanders,, Hainault and Artois, who wifhed to diftinguifla themfelves. Thefe new knights advanced to the barriers, where feveral fkirmifhes took placç with the men of Ghent, in whxh .1» ,


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