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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
page 274



wiftied to fdcceed in arms, they must act boldly. Such were the conversations of the Lifboner* among themfelves, on the Thurfday, as they con-tinued their march. When the king heard how refolutely they difcourfed, he was much pleafed. When the trumpets of the king's army found-ed on the Friday morning, all made themfelves ready, and marched on the right, following the river and the flat Country, on account of the baggage and provifion which followed thefr, and advanced four leagues. News was brought, on this Friday, to the king of Caftille at Santaren, that the Portu-guefe, under the command of the matter of Avis, whom the Lifboners had crowned king, were ad-vancing to meet him. This intelligence was foon fpread through the army ; and it gave the Spaniards, French and Gafcons much joy: they faid, f Thefe Lifboners are valiant fellows, thus to come and fight with us : let us hasten to take the field, and furrouud them if we can, that we may prevent their return : for, if we can help it, not one of them fhall fee Lifbon again.' It was proclaimed through the army* by found of trumpet, for every one to be ready, both horfe and foot, on Satprday morning, as on that day the king would march to combat his ene-mies. Every one was prepared and fhewed great joy at the orders, and $t the event likely to happen. On the Saturday morning, all the trumpets jn the Caftille army founded. The king hearci • " • ' •- " mafsf '*64


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