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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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The bifhop of Norwich and his army, on their ' departure from St; Venant, quartered themfelves in the foreft of Niepe; which was not for diftant, ' and near to Bailleul. * They entered the caftle- • wick of Poperingue, ' and took all the inclofed * towns, wherein they found much money and great booty, which they font • to Bergues or ' Bourbourg. When they had thus laid the whole * country under their fubjection, fo that none came • tô oppofe them, and when they were matters of the coaft from Gravelines to Slays, having poflefs- * ed themfelyes of Dunkirk, Nieuport, Fumes and * Blanquenbergue, they advanced to lay liege to Ypres. There the.bilhop, fir Hugh Calverleyand the Englifii halted, audi then fent mefifengersto Ghent Ihave goodreafontofuppofe thatFran-cis Atremen went tP theraj and was at all their ' battles md conquefts, and had ferved as conduct- * or of the Englifh from town to town, and from village to village. . * -, . .• •' : • CHAP. LVI. : • THE MEN GF GHENT ASSIST THE ENGLISH IN 0 THEIR SIEGE OF YPRES.— THE LORD DE ST. LEGER GOING TO REINFORCE THE GARRISON OF COURTRAY, BY ORDERS OF THE KING OF FRANCE, IS DEFEATED BY A PARTY OF ENG. LISH NEAR COMMINES. • WHEN Peter du Bois, Peter le Nuitre, and the captains in Ghent hear^ that the Eng- 287'*


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