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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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# fagê/*1 They were then informed of the inten-tions of thé ford de St. Py and the other knights. Upon which the conftable, addreffing himfelf to the lord Looîs de Sancerre, faid; Marilial, go and fee what they are doing, and if it be pofln blé to crofs the river in the manner they pro-pofe, add fome of our men to theirs.' .. » _ Jiift as thefe knights were preparing to em* bark, the marfhaf of France came thither, atT tended by a large company of knights and fquires; They made way for him, as was right. He ftop^ ped on the bank, and with pleafure hw the ar» rangement of,the boats. The lord de St. Py, addreffing him, laid,.f My lord, is it agreeable to you that we fhould crofs here ?? *I am very well pleafed with it/ replied the marfhal ; * but you ' are running great rifles ; for if our enemies, who are at Com mines, fhould know your intentions, they would do you great mifchief.' c My lord, anfwered the lord de Saint Py, ? no-x thing venture, nothing win: in the name of God ' and St. George, we will crofs over, mà; before to-morrowevening, will fall fuddènly on our ene-; mies and attack them.' The lord de Saint Py then placed his pennon in the boat, and wa& the firft who Hepped into it : he was followed by nine others, who were; as many as the boat could bold j : and inftantly, by means of the cord they held, eroded over., When difembarked, in order to prevent them- , (elves from being dilcovered, they entered a {mail alder grove, where they lay hidden. ] Vol VI. N Thofe


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