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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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His bring fettled, thé jéastër of the crofs-Mwêi in conjùnbtidn -#ith the fcoiratable ahd maarâ&àla, iinàoimoiifty appointed fir Joffe dé Hahiyn Had the lord de Ramburès td the command of the infantry, who ' were to clear roads bf cutting down hedges and forests, up véHies and éverj thing elfe that might be nedefi&fy : their mlrntfefs aîmourited ta feven^ Wen hundred and fixty. In the Vaol-£uard were the marshals of Flan-ders, France and Burgundy, who hâd undêf . their oomteatod feventeen hundred men- at arms and fevéfr hurtthred efofe*bowSj bfefides fbur' thoufand mfaAtry whonf the earl had givfeh to them, armed With Iprgé shields and éthér wea-pons. It was alfo ordered that the earl of Flan-ders, and his* battalion* coôfistîng of about fix-teen hundred men at arms, knights, fquires and infantry, shtfuld march on the wings of the van-guard to reinforce it, should it be neceffàry. It was l&ewife ordered that thé king's bat-talion should march between the vafc-guard and the battalion of the earl' of Flanidfers, and'that the king's three uncles, Berry, Bur-gundy and Bourbon fhould be in it, and alfo • thfe count dé la Marche, fir James dé Bour-bon, his brothers, the count de Clermont, thé datfphin d'Auvergne* the count de Dampmar-tin, the count de Sancêrre, fir John de Bou-logne, to the àfhount Of fix thoufand men at firms, two thouftmd Genoefe crofs-bows artd ipthenf; • Thé refcrVguard was to confift of two thoufand men at atnte and t#ë hundred atchers; the . ' ' " com-


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