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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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S4I • ' • «Jenfc lçnight,; ffcodkl gp to Scotland, properly au« thorifed, and with him fir Peter de Flamel ; and. a ferjeant at arms of the king, who was of the Scots nation, and. called Janequin Champenois,, was likewife ordered to attend them, becaufe he was acquainted with the country and under* ftood the language. \ . While thefe ambaffadors wçrè making their ; preparations, and the Englifh overrunning Scot-, land, the news of which was fpqken of every-where, ' feveral men at arms from France who bad fixed their refitence at Sluys^ not knowing, where to offer their fervices, as a truce was now eftablifhed between Flanders and England, re-/ fblved to go to Scotland. They heard the news of this war between Scotland and England j an4, |t Was confidently faid at Sluys, that an engage-j ment muft very foon take place. • Thefe men at 9*ms, fuch as fir Gepffiry de Charay, fir John; de Plaifiy, fir; Hugh de Boulon, fir Sainge de Villiers, fir Gamier de Libourne, fir Garnier de Guffangin, fir Odin de Motin, fir Robert d/&;. Campignen, James de Montfort, John de Heluiij, John de Mêliez, Michael de la Barre, William Go^art, heard • this information with pleafure ; they : might amount to about thirty men at ; arms, .knighte and fquires. . •• • In order to advance their renpwn, they had: determined among themfelves^ fince they kneyr. not where to offer ^feeir. arms, to hire a veflel and feèk for adventures With the Scots. This refolution they followed, and having embarked' all their arms and baggage, they themfelves " ' * ' '. iU went'


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