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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 332



Words i and what did ihedo? Why, &e inftantfy teturned by the fame way as before, and came to the man who wâs liftening ôn the walls and told him all flie had heard, begging of him, for God's lake, to be on his guard and go to the Ghent gate to fee if his companions Were in a proper ftate* for very shortly the Ghent men would be$t theif foi. € I tnuft now return,' faid the woman, "* as I dare not (lay longer, but I have told you all I have feén and heard: pay proper attention to itj for 1 shall not again come to you this night.* On faying which, (he departed. The man now remained alone, but did not treat the information he had received with indifférence» He went to the gate leading to Ghent, where ha found the guard playing at dice. c Gentlemen,* faid hej* have you well fattened your gâtes and yonr barriers ? for a woman came to me this night, and gave me notice of her having feen û body of Ghent men marching hither/. * Yes/ re* filed they: 6 our gates are faft enough : but may a fcurvy night befal this woman, who ha* thu* tdampd you at fuch an hour. There probably Were cows and calves that had got untied, and thefe fhe fancied to have been Ghent men com* ing hither: they have not any fuch intentions/ While this converfatiOn was paling between the rentable of the watch and the guard at the gate, Francis Àtremen and his companions were exe-cuting their plan: they had got into thfe ditches, Which were dry, as they had fished them thi* Week, and had broken down a little of the pali* fades


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