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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 187



d'Acy (who is called in (Several places hereafter the vifcount d*Annoy) were to place themfelves on each fide ; and fir Aymemon de Pommiers, fir Nicholas dePennel, fir Guy le Baveux and fir William des Bourdes were to take poll ill the rear. It was likewife ordered, that on the day of battle, fir Oliver de Clifibn, conftable of France, and fir William de Poitiers, baftard de Langres, fhould advance on horfeback,to reconnoitre and obferve the appearance of the enemy,, CHAP. XXXIV. SOME FEW OF THE FRENCH, NOT BEING ABLE TO CROSS THE LIS AT THE BRIDGE OF COMMINES, ' FIND MEANS OF DOING SO, BY BOATS AND OTHER CRAFT, UNKNOWN TO THE FLEMINGS. THE orders above * mentioned were punctu-ally obeyed; and the van-guard diflodged on the morrow, marching in order of battle to-wards Commines. They found the roads well made, for the lord de Franfures * and fir Joffe de Halnyn had paid great attention to them : this was on the Monday. When the conftable and marfhals of France, with the van-guard, arrived at the bridge of Commines, they were forced to halt ; for it was fo cempletely deftroyeé that it was not in the* power of mart td repair it, if any oppofition _ *. : * Franûnm ' He 'before calls him Rambure*. ' • fhould 173


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