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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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French brought on them by -the daughter of' their lathers,. fons and .friends in their wars/ • . Scarcely had fir Hugh done fpeaking, when ' the hilhop, in a rage, hot and impetuous as he wa6 replied ; ' Yes* yes,: fir Hugh you have learnt fo long to fight in Prance, that you know not how to ' fight eHewkere. NoW,. cam we. any where make an excurfion with more advantage to ourfelves than towards the fea, by Botorbourg, Dunkirk, Nieuport, andthence to the dependen-cies of Caffel, Bergues; Yprfes and Poperingue. .Iii the country I have.named, according to the informations I have received from citixetis of -Ghent-who are with us, they have never been harrafled)bylthe war; wo will therefore 'go.9 thi-therto refrefti ourfelves, and waitfor. the arrival af firWiHiam Beauchamp* if he intend coming, but asyefe we havenot had any intelligence of • $r Hugh Cajverley, feeing himfelf thus re-, buffed'by the bifhop, who M(as of high birth and his oomitiander, notwithfianding .he was a va-liant ^knight, made no reply, and the rather be-cause he had not any fupport from fir rThomas Trivet; nor from fir William HeimOn: he there- • fore left"-the place, faying ; c By God, fir,- if .you make an excurfion, fir Hugh Càlverley. will ac-company you, and. you fhall take neither road nor march but he will be of the party.* c I willingly believe/ faid the bifliop, € that you have a great defire for an excurfion : there-fore make yotirfelf ready, for w* fhait inarqh in the morning/ . In. this refolution they agreed, and -€70


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