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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 323



ssi garde in fearch of 'adventures, namely, the lord de Cornais, the lord de Remfelles, fir John de Vil-Mues, the lorà d'Anghien, le Gallois da Mamines, the baftard de Cornais and fir Blanchard de Ça-lemie. He therefore formed an ambufcade, and as thefe knights were on their return to Oudenarde, jie fell upon them, when feveral we re (lain, for mercy was fhewn to none. The horfes of the knights were brought very opportunely, when they made the beft of their way to Oudenarde ; ôn their arrival at the barriers,, they difmounted and put themfelves in a pofture of dçfence, waiting for their men and fervants ; but, before they could re-enter the town, they had left upwards of fixty dead on the field, Arnoul le Clerc, having performed this enter-prize, marched that day to a monaftery near Bcr-éhem : he found that Pierre d'Eftoliftehoux and Gallois de Mamines, with about a hundred of their Companions, had retreated into the town of Bcr-them : he therefore immediately attacked the mo-ftaftery whither they had retired. Gallois de Ma-ftiihes with difficulty efcaped from the back part of itj and having entered a boat, came by night to Oudenarde, when he related to the lord d'Anghkn, the lord de Montigny, fir Daniel dc Halluyn and fhe other knights who were there, how Arnoul le Ckrcj with the white hoods, had forced the mo-ftàftèry of Berchem, and (lain their companions % that he thought Pierre d'Eftonnehoux was killed i fs indeed he was, for Arnoul le Clerc and his men had made ftimlcap oUt of a wihdow, when he was received


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