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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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lumbers, gained the field, and the French were obliged to mount their horfes or they would^ have been Iain, for their opponents much out-numbered them. In this encounter were killed fir John de Bernecte, fir Peter de Bailleul, Belle-Fourrière, Phelippot de Ganey, Raoullin de 1m Folie, and many others : the more the pity. The reft were obliged to fly and re-epter Ar-dembourgj or they muft inevitably have been killed. • After this event, thè vifcount de Meaux was fent with all his men at arms to garrifon Ardem-bourg, which he repaired and ftrengthened. He had with him fevered knights and fquires who were good determined foldiers. At this time fir John de Jumont was great bailiff of Flanders, and had been fo for the two preceding years. He was much feared through all that country for his great prowefs, and the deeds he had performed. Whenever he got hold of any Ghent men he put them to death, or had their eyes thruft out, or their hands, ears or feet cut off, and in this ftate fent them away to ferve as an example to their fellow-citizens. He was fo renowned throughout all Flanders for his piti-lefs juftice in thus cruelly punifhing the Ghent men, that no one was talked of but him in the whole country. END OF THE SIXTH VOLUMB, 1. M'CREERY, Printer, BiM*.Hors*C«iftrt, ftetUfoMt» 387


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