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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.7

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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.7
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deans of guilds joined them. They then difpiay-cd the banner of the earl, • began their march through the town, fhouting the cry before men-tioned, Thofe that heard it, and faw the dea-cons of their trades and the banner of the earl, mixed with their companions and followed the banner as fail as poffible. They arrived at the market-place on the point of feven o'clock, where having halted, and placed the banner of the earl before them, they were continually joined by crowds of people, who drew up among them. News was 'carried to lord Bourchier and Peter du Bois, who were in the town-houfe muftéring their men, that Roger Cremin and James d'Ar-dembourg had taken poflefllon of the market-place, • On hearing this, they marched out with the banner of England difplayed ; and, as they advanced, they fhouted their cry. In this manner they arrived in the marketplace, and drew up oppofite to the others, waiting for more to join them 5 but vefy few did so, for they went to thofe who had the earl's banner, info-much that Roger and James had eighty from every hundred men who came thither. The market-place was full of men at arms* who kept filent, eyeing each other. Peter du Bois was thunderftruck when he per-ceived that the deans of guilds, with their men, had united with Roger Cremin and James d*Ar-dembourg, and began to fear for his life ; for he faw that thofe who had been ufed to follow him now avoided" him He therefore quietly got out 92


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