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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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row, and, being formed in thflsè fcotalfen*, ai* vanced into Ac plain before Treves, where ' THEY halted. THE two heralds. Gloeefter and Aqiiitâiae, were called,. when the earl of Buckingham faid TÔ them ; € You will go-TO Trôyes, and tell the ldftfc within the city, that we we come from England in fcarch ôf deeds of arms: wherever we think they can be found, there we fhaU demand them : ttid becaufe we know that a part of the lillits ààd chi-valry of France repofe in the town ôf Troyes, w* have purpofely some THIS road. IF they wifh to FTY âhy thing to us, they will find us M the Cfpch plain m the form and manne/in which you fhall leave u*, and in fuchwifc as we ought » meet our enemies-/ T^ie heralds replied, f My lord, we FLAIL Jtibtf yow commands. * They then fet off* and rode TO tfëftê. The en-trance c£ the redoubt was opened to them, where they ttdppci s for they coold not get to the gate of the t®wn from the numbers of men at mttt§ TAD crofs-bowmea ÏIBING forth* and drawing tip before Ihis redoubt. TM two heralds Wore THE e&fela* zoned arms of thfe earl of Buckingham : THEY WeiW afked by the lords, What they WJWKrft they Hn-fweréd, they wifhed, IF h Were Jàoffîbfe, to fpeàfc WITH the duke ÈF Burgundy. During Ac TIME TFFE heralds weté «îdeâvbtinng to deliver tfeeir mefikgé TÔ THE duke of Butguftdyy the Englifh were arrahgiftg their -battalion*; for they looked on * battle as certain. All who were' defirous of knighthood were called : firft catoe fir THOMAS Trivet^ wMi his b&mxr mÈêê ôp, TO THE : earl


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