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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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their leader ? They will not be much rejoiced more than feveral other large towns. * • When this battle was completely finifhed, they allowed time for the purfuers to collect together, and founded the trumpets of • retreat, for each to retire to his quarters, as was proper. The van-guard halted beyond the king's battalion, where the Flemings were quartered on the Wed-tiefday, and made themfelves very comfortable ; for there was a fufficiency of provifion in the king's army, befides the purveyances * which came from Ypres. ' They made, the enfuing night, brilliant fires in different places, of the staves of the Flemings : whoever wifhed for any could collect fufficient to load his back. , ' ' When the king of France arrived at his camp, where his magnificent pavilion of red filk had been pitched, and when he had been difarmed, his uncles, and many barons of France came, as was right, to attend on him. Philip von Arta-veld then came into his mind, and he faid: ' If Philip is dead or alive, I fhould like to fee him/ They replied ; € they would have a fearch made for him.' It was proclaimed through the army, ' that whoever fhould difcover the body of Philip von Artaveld, fhould receive one hundred francs. Upon this the varlets ' examined the dead,. who were all stripped, or nearly fo, and Philip through avarice, was fo strictly fought after, that he was found by a varlet, who had formerly ferved him fome time, and who If new him perfect-ly. He was dragged before the king's pavilion. The king looked at bim for fome time, as did the otbegr 229


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