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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.9

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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.9
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THE • ' - .-CHRONICLES - • OF ' • 'ENGLAND, FRANCE, SPAIN, éc. * CHAP. I. °r/ " " ' • SIR WALTER DE PASSAC ' AND SIR1 WILLIAM BE ' • LIGNAC ADVISE THE KÏNG OF CASTILLE NOT ' TO Risk A BATtLE • BEFORE THE ' ARRIVAL "OF THE DUKE OF BOURBON.—A PARTY OF THE ENGLISH SKIRMISH WITH THE GARRISON OF VILALPANDO.—THE «DUKE OF! LANCASTER IS - DISPIRITED BY * HIS 'OWN- 'ILL -OTaLtM . JHfP THE GREAT SICKNESS OF HIS ARMY. : • • - • • ; V- THE king of Caftille, an heading thaf .king of Portugal and the duke of L^c^tgr.were faft approaching with fo great a for ce^ .^s much farmed, and fent for fir Walter dePaflfe and fir William de Lignac, to whom he farid,-r-c I am ex-ceedingly furprifed that the duke of Bourdon is •not thrived. Our -enemies h^?e taken the field, •and, if no one oppofe them, if ill ^eftroy my whole country. . My fubjects are very difcon--tentod that we do not offer them combat. Tell .me, my fair firs, how I had best act/ • Thefé two lords, who, from great experience, knew more of arms than the king, and for this •Jind they been feat from France to Caftille, re-VOL.DL .• ' B . piled


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