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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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could not help it. The Gafcons and English carried their prifoners with them, and made much of them ; but it not long before they ranfbfned themfelves. : • CHAP.'LIX, • ; • 'THE ENQLISH AND GHENTMEN MAKE A SHARP • ATTACK QN YPRES; BUT, LEARNING THAT THE KINO OF FRANCE HAD MARGHËD AN • ARMY INÏO ARTOIS, THEY INSTANTLY BREAK VP THE SIEGE. l% [ , i - IT always • happens* ' that in war there are . gains and lofles : t very . extraordinary are the ' chances, as thofe kno,w. well ' who .foiled the _ profeftion. The fiege of Ypres was pusjipd, cm with unwearied force ; and it was fully the in? tention of the bifhop, of: Norwich, the Egglifl* 2nd Peter du Bois,, to conquer Ypres by ftorxn or otherwife, as the: vigour of tjti^r att§pk« • fliewedr ' . Agapng the many affaults, there was, one much feycrer • than the reft ; for it lafted from morning upti| almoft night. Many valiant $Cr tions were done. by feverai on both fides, ptd the Englifh and Flemings made Yaft exertions to conquer it. The befieged created that; day four knights, John de St. Pi, nephew to the go-vernor, François Belle, George Belle, and John • Belle, who fhewed thpmfelves good knights in this .297


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