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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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chamber that he heard all the difcourfe I have juft related. But we will now follow the Engliih in their march to Brittany. • t • * CHAP. XL. TUB LORD DE HANGEST IS NEAR TAKEN BY THE ENGLISH. THE LORD DE MAUVOISIN REMAIjtfS THEIR . PRISONER. THE ENGLISH CROSS THE HIVER S ARTE IN DISQRDER* 1¥7HEN the earl of Buckingham quitted the " foreft of Marchenoir with his army, he took the road towards Vendôme and the foreft of Cou-lombiers. Sir Thomas Trivet and fir William Clinton were fomewhat advanced, with forty fpears, and by accident met the lord de Hangeft, who was returning from Vendôme, accompanied by thirty lances. The Englifh foon faw they were French, and eagerly galloped towards them. The French, who found they were not in equal numbers, had no wifh to wait for them, nor to fight, for they were near to Vendôme : they made, therefore, for that place, the Englifh purfuing them. Sir Robert de Hangeft, coufin to the lord of that name, was flain, and John de Mondecris with five or fix others were made prifoners. The lord de Hangeft came fo opportunely to the barrier that he found it open. Having fixed his lance, he put himfeif in a gallant pofture of defence : the reft of his companions did " - . fo 231


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