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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 266



and know from himfeif the reafons of his conduél Orders were ilTued for the army to pack up and diflodge : they decamped, the làft day of the year, in the fame order of battle with which they had paithed through France, and halted, the day they left Nantes, at Nort, where they remained for 'three'days, on account of the bridge being broken down. They had much trouble in repairing this bridge, that their carriages might pafs over : however, iç was made good and ftrong, and the army, having alfo crofted the river Vilaine on à Saturday, took up theirvquarters ar Lohéac, where they ftaid two days. When the army left Lohéac, they quartered them-selves atfGoficlin, where they alfo halted for two days, and then they came to la Trinité. They crofted the river Auft at the Pont de Boquinio, when the whole army flopped on that fide of the W^ter on the plains. ' * The "inhabitants of Vaqnes received exaft in-formation of the day on which the army decamped, and when they crofted the river, from the country people, and that the earl of Buckingham was marching his army thither, intending to fix his quarters in their city. They knew not how to aft,' whether to permit them to come into their town of pot : they therefore went to the duke at Hennebon ; but the day they fet out they met him, two leagues from Vannes, on his road thither. - ' t The duke perceiving his good fubjeds advancing towards him, afked them what was thé news, and whither - «55 4


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