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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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- isi •before in His life ; and alfo the gobdnefs of hist falcon, who had ftruck down fuch numbers of* birds;- to all which the coiiftable willingly lift-jened. The férvants then feemed td come after them with their horfes, which; hatiilg mount-ed, they followed à magnificent road that brought them back to Arras; The king at this part awakened* much astonished at the vifion he had feen, which was fo imprinted on his rue* moryj that hé told it to fome of his attendants who were waiting in his chamber. The figure of this hart was fd agreeable to him/*that he fcould not put it out of his imagination ; and this was the caufe why, on this expedition to Flanders againft the Flemings, he took a flying hart for his device; ' CHAP. XXV. itJRING THE SIEGE OF OUDENARDE, THE RE-BELS ENTREAT KING CHARLES TO MAKE PÇACE BETWEEN THEM AND THE EARL OF FLANDERS.—THE KING ANSWERS THEM WITH CONTEMPT.—THEY THEN ENDEAVOUR TO DRAW THE ENGLISH INTO AN ALLIANCE WITH THEM. - , PHILIP voit Artaveid,althoiigh he had béeit very fuccefsful at the battle of Bruges, and though fortune had fmiled on hitn at his defeat of the earl and the citizens of Bruges, pofleffed not any abilities for wai1 or ïiëge& When young he had nut been educated for it* but in fifhing Kt '' With'


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