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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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In the evening the lords de Saimpi and de Fran-fures entered Bcthunc, and the next day went to Arras, where they met the lord de Coucy, who re-ceived them very politely, inquiring news from them, and which road the Englifh had • taken* TITCY replied, they had lodged the preceding night $t Doncheres i that they marched with very great prudence,- for they conftandy kept in ctofe order.. € It is then clear,' anfwered the lord dt Çoucy,, * that thcy.wifh for battle ; which they fhall have, if the king our lord will truft us, before they have finifhed their march/ . • _ The earl marched by Arras, in order of battle* continuing his route without doing any thing: he. took up his quarters at Anet*, on the morrow at Miraumo^t^;, and the next day at Clery on th$ Somme.. . * * The lord de , Coucy, who re&ded at Arras, on hearing they had gone this road, fent the lord Hanged; toBraye fur Sommc|, and with him thirty lances, knights and fquires : he ordered to Pçroime fir James dc Verchin, fénéfchal of Hainault, the lord dc Hamireth, fir John de Roye and feveral others : he himfeif went to St. Quentin. He fent the lord de Clery, with others, into the Vermaiv dois j for he was anxious that np lofs fhould be fqf* fered through any negligence on his part. • Anet. t X Miraumont,—Brayc far Somme,—«villages m Picardy^ ele&ion of Peronne. ' " • 150 '


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