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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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m rfûrty fpe^rs .aflftcbcd tp the dyke of Burgundy* )$d fçt, oyf frorg for St. Quentin. 5k Tbo^ mat TfifdJi fit Evan Fiuwarrçn, the lord pelawarr* and fçveral others who had been from the van-, guard with the foragers, as they were about to fix; QBr their quarters, fell in witfe thefe Bu*gindians, whm a battle en^Quçd ; but it did not laft lçng, for thç $urg\jndians were fooa difperfqd, ope herc% a^othe^: there, and all tried to fave themfclves a* if ell ajS tbrçy cçuld. Sir John de Mornay, however* flpod his. ^rpimd, in good order, with his pennon, before him, mâ fought valiantly, but laft wa% taken, ançl ieji wen of; hi* • The Ei?g- lifix they matched to Fqurfons, two leagues from; Arnicas^/rçfcfre. thç. van-guard quartpfed itfelC : CHAP. XXXVI. TiHUSO^lSH IBEM AND DESPOIL CHAMPAGNE.^-• MEET VITH VARIOUÇ ADVENTURES ON THEIR MARCH, AND MAKE MANY PRISONERS. /^\N the enfqihg morning, when the earl of Buck. ingham and his army hadf heard mafs, they bçga$ their march towards St. Quentin ; in which town there were numbers of men at arms, but they, did not fally forth. Some of the light troops gal-loped up to the barriers, - and foon returned ; for the army continued its march, without halting, until


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