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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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hedges and vineyards on eaph fide, with oufene* mies before and behind us. They knew well the country, and had polled a body of their men and servants in the vineyards, who eaft ftones and flints that bruifed us much : we could not retreat, and had alfo great difficulty to approach the town, which is fituated on a hill. € We had very hard. work : fir John Aymery, cur captain, who had led us thither, was danger-oufly wounded by Guichart d'Albigon, who, ex-erting himfelf to fave him, pulhed him into a houfe in the town, and threw him on abed, tell-ing the mafterto take great care of his prifoner, and make haste to have his wounds dreffed, for his rank was- fuch, that if his life were faved, he would pay twenty thoufand francs. On faying this, Guichart left his prifoner and returned to the battle, where he fhewed himfelf a good man at arms* € Among others, the young knights of Sancerre had come to defend the country, with fir Gui-chard Dauphin, the lord de Marnay, fir Gerard and fir William de Bourbon, the lords de Cou-fant, de la Pierre, de la Falice, de Neutey, de la Croife, de la Sicete and many more : I muft fay it was à very hard fought murderous battle ; we kept our ground as long as we were able, inr fomuch that feveral were flain and wounded on both fides. By their actions they feemed more defirous to take us alive than to kill us : at laft they made prifoners of Carfuelle, Lamit Naudoft . le bourg de Perigord, le bourg de TEfparre, An-gerot, Lamontgis, Philip du Roc, Pierre de • - Corthon,


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