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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 181



JÛes, ai this time continually,-.and' #âs fo ex-ceedingly cola that they coàfd ûôt advance. Settle of fhe wifèft ûRâ it tats wro#g to Under-«àftefâcfit Mi expedition at this feafon of the year, ééûd to bring the kîng fo fàr into: fuch à émiâtf. They ought not to havl united before thé ftmmët tè eàtfry tfre wat into Flanders, for the Itteg hid never been fo ftrr in hfè life. ïMè river tis ft fo dHfictflt to crofs, that, ttcépt at èertâm places, it canticri! be palled. There ire no fords, and thfe country it runs forougfr U fo fery marfty, liorfës cannot ap* fhtâ&i it Thé conftabfei otf hearing this, àfked, f Where does ft rife V fie was anfwer-èct,- that if éamé from near Aire and St. Omer, * Since it lis' à fpring/ replied the' conftable, * we wil eafily pâfs it Order our men to ïnàrch towards St. Omer, where wè can crofs thfe river at our eafe, and' enter Flanders. Thefe Flemings Été fo proud and felf-fufficieni they will inarch fo at€ack us, either before Ypres or at fome other place/ Thé maHbals agreed to the proportion of the conftable, and every thing temamed in this ftate the whole day and ri%ht, iVhén, on the morrow, the lord d'Àlbrëtli, thé lord de Coucy, fir Aimemon de Pommiers, fir John de Vienne admiral of France, fir William de Poitiers, the baftard de Langre*, the bègue de Vil&înes, fir Raoul de Coney, thé coutit dé Cohverfant, thè vifeotint d'Acy, fir Raoul de Rainèval, the lord de St. Juft, fir Arthur de Hêdîh* fir Anthony d'Aïchics, thtf lord de Skimpr, Ûf William des • - Bourdes. 167


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