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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 307



CBâP.UL fUt IARL OF FLANDERS RAISES f «1 fllGl df OHE NT.—HE PEFEATS A QHS AT PAR* OF «THE ARMY OF GHENT, THROUGH THE SELF-SUFFI-Clllf CY OF RASSE OE ^AlSiM.1, NEAR TO NE* VELE. - ' TOURING the lege of Ghent by the earl of Fhwders, there were numerous ftirmiihes, be-fore the city.. The lord d'Anghien, the fénéfchal tf Hainault and le Haze de Flanders never ran-fbmed thofe whom they fell in with unproteded in lie plains 5 and fometimes they were forced, to re-treat in fuch' m hurry as not to have time to look behind them. Six thoufand well-appointed men were drawn up il the city, and put under the command of Rafle Ht Hàrselle, Arnoul le Clerc and John de Latin oy t they marched from Ghent without mf four of tie amy* «ni took the road to Aloft, which wai then à good town and well inclofed, in which die earl had placed a garrifon ofifeveral knights. They, m hearing of this intended attack, made off, through the gate leading to Bruffcls, in hafle, othtrwife they would have been (lain. The Ghent men burnt every thing, even the gates, and gained great pillage» They then marched to Dcndreraonde, which is a ftrong «96


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