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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
page 122



your to get me a horfe, for I am tired with walk* ing, and'take'THE road to Lille, if'thou knpweft it.9 My lord/ anfwered the knight, 'I KNOW it well/ THEY THEN travelled ALL THAT night and the morrow until early morn, before they could pro-cure a horfe. The firft beàft they could find was a MARE, belonging to a poor man in a village. The earl mounted the mare, without faddle or " bridle, and travelling all Monday, came, toward* evening, to the caftle of Lille, whither the greater part of his knights who had efcaped from the battle of Bruges had retired. They had got off as well as they could -9 fome on foot; others on horfeback, but all did not follow this road : fome went by water to Holland and Zealand, where they remained until they received better news* Sir Guy de Guiftelles was fortunate in getting into a good fituation ; for he found the cmvA Guy de Blois in one of his towns in ^eotaqd, who handfomely entertained HIM, and give HI» wherewithal to remount and equip himfelfagfti*, retaining him with him as long 03 ^e pfeofete ftay. In a fimilar manner were the djfe&ftftteÀ Jcnights remounted BY thofe lordu tp whm fbey HAD fled: they took great compaffictn m which was but juftipe, for noble* APD geftfte-. MEN ought to BE affcfted mi çomfortstf by eafià other, ' 4 mm 103 .


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