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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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they wifli, as I am well affured, that not one fhould ever return to France, and* it fhall be fo/ His companions who were prefent at this dif-courfe, and who were from the different towns in Flanders and the country of Bruges, agreed to this propofal, which they thought a proper one, and with one voice replied to Philip, € You fay well, and thus (hall it be/ They then took leave of Philip, and each man returned to hm quarters, to order his men how they .were to act conformably to the inftructipn^s they had juft had. ' Thus pafled the night in the army of Philip : but about midnight, as I have been in-formed, there happened a moil wonderful event, and fuch that I have never heard any thing equal to it related,. When thefe Flemifh captains had retired, and fril gone to their quarters to repofe, the night being far advanced, thofe upon guard fancied they heard a great noife towards the Mont d'Or. Some of them were fent to fee what it could be, and if the French were making âny prépara* tions to attack them in the night. On their return, they reported., they had been as far as the place whence the noife came, but that they had difcovered nothing. This ijoife, however, was ftill he^fd, and it feemed to fome of them that their enemies were on the mount about a league diftant; thip fyas alfo the opinion of a damfel from -Ghent whom Philip von Artaveld had carried with him, on £his expedition, as his fweetheart . . . Whilft Philip was fleeping under his tent oat . coverlid, ' S10


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