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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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provifioji or mcrchandife _ hent without rifle of being taken. When winter was over, and the month of April arrived,, the carl affembled his army, having fent for thofe of Ypres, Courtray, Poperingue, Damme, Sluys and the Eranconate i he marched from Bruges . and came to Nevcle, where he remained fome time. While there, he appointed the lord d'Anghien . again commander in chief of all the men at arms, comprehending thofe of Lille, Douay and Oude-narde. The carl's army was fully twenty thoufand men : they prepared to march to Gavre, where John de Launoy refided, who, on receiving intelligence of this, fent off direftly to Ghent, to inform Raffe de . Harzelle that he muft* fend him immediate rein-forcements, for the army of the earl had taken the field. Raffe de Harzelle inftandy colleéted fix thoufand men, and marched to Gavre : he did not find John de Launoy, but overtook him at Deynfe, where he was pillaging the country on the other ^de of the river. They then, having united their forces, marched that day together, and fell in with thofe from Oudenarde and Deynfe who were going to join the earl, whorti they immediately attacked, arid flew at leaft fix. hundred of them. The kid d'Anghien waanot prefent: he had gone before to the earl, Who was with Jiis army bctweeri Deynfe . and Bruges. • • When news was brought tôthe carl, vand to the • lord d'Anghien, that the jpeix of Oudenarde had - been 338


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