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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 365



: CHAP. LXIX. , "4kE BARONS AND KNIGHTS OF séoTLAND, IN " * CONJUNCTION WITH SOME FRENCH KNIGHTS, ' • UNDERTAKE AN EXPEDITION * INTO ENGLAND ' WITHOUT THE KNOWLEDGE OP THE KING OF SCOTLAND, WHO SENDS A ^ HERALD' TO • MAKE HIS EXCUSES TO THE' KING OP ENG- * LAND, " • : ' " f ' SIR Geoffry lie Charny ftnd the other knight* , • and fquirefe were much [pleafed at this in-, teHigencô. . Jawing Pertly 4hey continued s their march until they arrivod at Edinburgh. They gave not the; firtaEeft hint of their expëà-- tations, and had not remained. there twelve .. dftys when thçearl of Douglas gave them a Se-cret invitation to come to him, and at the faute time fent horfes to conduct them to his castle of Dalkeith. On the morrow after their anri-,val* he carried them to where the baron^nd ^ knights of Scotland were mustering ; thçir mete. :In three days time they amounted to upwar&s . of fifteen thoufand on horfeback, all armed .aft. cording to the ufual manner of the country. .When the whole were collected, they fftidjfhcy would make an inroad, and revenge themfètofts t on the Englifh for the mifchiefs they had doçfar They began their march through th# ifoods and forests of their country, and entered Nfft)§-, nmberland,


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