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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.6

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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.6
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Pift GgAF. XXIX. The Answer of Philip Von Artmld-to the French Commissioners, which hte sent by a Prisoner, of War from Ondetferde - - * - 14$ XXX. Philip Von Artaveld writes affect-edly civil Letters to Tournay.—» The French Commissioners return to the King - - - - 153 XXXI King Charles, after hearing the Re-port of his Commissioners! at the Instigation of the Earl of Flanders who was present, assembles his Army în Artois against die Flemings.— Philip Von Artaveidguards the Passes into Fhndem - 156 XXXII Several Knight? of the Party of the Earl of Flanders, having passed Pont-Atnenin, are defeated and killed on their Attempt to repass it, the Flem-ings having broken down the Bridge. —Philip, hearing this News when at Ypres, makes Use of it to encou-rage the Inhabitants - - - 161 XXXIH.The Order of the French Army in its March to Flanders, after they had heard the Bridges were broken and guarded - - - 166 XXXIV. Some few of thte French, not being able to cross the lis at the Bridge of Commutes, find Means of doing so, by Boats and other Craft un-known to the Flemings - 173 XXXV. A small Body of French, having crossed the lis, draw up in Battle Array before the Flemings - - 180 CHAPV vii


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