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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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horfes and went towards Oudetfarde, where the liege was ftill going .0% netwkhftanding the news of the French ; hut on paffing tibrotaghr Çourtray he reftfd two day*. cHAP.xxxni, " THÉ ORDER OF THE FRENCH ARMY tk lift MARCH TO FLANDERS, AFTEft THÉ^ HAD" HEARD THE BRIDGES "WERE BÂORÊN ' AND GUARDED. ' WE will for a while leave Philip von Arta* veld, and fpeak of the young king of France who refided ?t Arrasf and who, m h* fhewed, had a great defire to enter Flanders, to lower the pride of the Flemings y and was daily increafing his army,* by the arpvat of men at firms from all quarters. After the king had tar* ried eight days at Arras, he went to Lens, iii Artois*, where he ftaid two days On the third day of November he departed and came to Seclin f, where he halted. A council wai held, in the prefence of the conftable of France* the marfhals of France, Burgundy and Fkedersj to confider ho# they fhould proceed* for the common report in the army was the impoffibi* lity to enter Flanders in cafe the paffes of the river fhould be ftrongiy guarded. It rained, be* * LeB% • town in Artois on the. gouchete, four leap** from Bethun'e. '" ' t Seçlin, mn ancient town in Flanders, near Iille- 166


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