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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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The lord d'Anghien was flain; as weVe the baftard d'Anghien his ;brother, and Julien de Toiffon by his fide. - Other valiant knights from Hainault, fuchas the. lords de Montigny and de St. Chriftopher» fuffered imilar fates. • Sir Mi-chael de la Hameide was feverely wounded, and would certainly have loft his life, if Hutin Do-nay had hot faved him by dint of arms and pru- : dence: he had great difficulty in doing it While the Flemings were employed in pillag* ' ing and difarming thefe knights, to convey them into Ghent, where it was known they had flain the lord d'Anghien, which gave them great joy, Hutin Donay, feeing no hopes of fuccôur, car-ried fir Michael de la Hameide out of thé crowd and danger. Such was the end of this unfortu-nate day to the lord d'Anghien. : You may well fuppofe the earl of Flanders was much grieved %t it: indeed, he (hewed it plainly; for, out of his affection to him, he raifed the fiege of Ghent. The earl could not forget him, but re-gretted his lofs, faying,— ' Ah, Walter, Walter, my fair fon, how unfortunate haft thou been, to be thus cut off in thy youth. -1 wi(h every one to know, that the Ghent men (hall never have peace with me until I have greatly revenged myfelf.' • •. • • • • * • • Things remained in this fituation, when he fent to demand the body of the lord d'Anghien, which they had carried into Ghent to pleafe . the town; . but they refufed to deliver it up untjl they fhould be paid a thoufand francs in liard calh. They divided this booty between • _, ; . . 4 . 1 them, 6


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