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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 232



. CHAP. XLIII. PHILIP VON ARTAVELD AND HIS FLEMINGS QUIT THE STRONG POSITION THEY HAD TAKEN IN THE MORNING, TO ENCAMP ON MONT D*OR, NEAR TO YPRES.—THE CONSTABLE AND AD-MIRAL OF FRANCE, WITH THE BASTARD OF LANGRES, SET OUT TO RECONNOITRE THEIR ' SITUATION. /~\N the Thurfday morning all the men at arms of the army, the van-guard; the rear-guard and the king's battalion, armed them* felves completely, except their helmets, as if they were about to engage: for the lords well knew the day could not " pais without f battle, from the reports pf the foragers: on the Wed-nesday evening, who had .feen the Hemings m their march demanding a b$Ul$, . . . . The king of prance heard imrfs, m did the çther lords, who all devoutly prayed to God, that the day might turn out to thefr .honour. In the morning there was a thlcjc mist, which continued fo long that no one could fee the distance of an acre : the lords ' were much vexed at this, but they could not remedy it. • After the king's ma&, whioh hgd been at-tende^ by the constable and other grest lords, it was ordered th#t thofe valiant jknights jk Oliver de CJiflon constable pf France,.fir John de Viec^e admiral pf fwiçe ^nd fir William ide Poitifr|i^astard of Langres, who h#d &een bag • .... ' • . • nfed 21|


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