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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
page 237



STFL TIE dufce de Juliers, the count d'Armagnac, and to the count de Poix'.. The duke of Bar, the duke OF Lorraine, the lord de Coucy, the count dauphin OF Auvergne, were purfuing the Englifh : they were not, therefore, fo foon fent to; but the count OF Flanders was invited j and the day fixed was M-fiunta, which fell on a Sunday, . . The men of Ghent were much grieved at the death of the king of France -, for he had been very friendly to them during their war, loving but litde the earl of Flanders. We will now fpeak of the Englifh, and then return to the coronation of the king of France, • CHAP.. XIII. m THE ENGLISH ARRIVE IN BRITTANY.—THE DUKE EXCUSES HIMSELF FOR HAVING SO LONG DE-LAYED COMING TO MEET THEM.—-THEY UN-DERTAKE TOGETHER THE SIEGE OF NANTES. NPHE Englifh, having crofled the Sarte in great danger, were not ignorant of the death of the king of France. The were quartered at Noyon fur Sarte : . from thence they marched to Poilli, two leagues from Sablé*. The whole ftreqgth of France was at that time in the city of Mans, and . * Sablé,—an ancient town in Maine on the Saxte, 29 leagues from Rennes. . . in


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