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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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of Brabant was told : * §ir, hare are ywr ene-mies: put on yçur helmets. quickly, ;in the name of God mi . St George/ He was well pleafed on bearing this ; apd that day be had near his perfon four fquires, well informed* and ot courage to faye fuch a prince, havipg beeu engaged in many deeds of arms and pitched battles: their names were John de Valçou, Baldwin de Beaufort, Gerard de Bles and Or-lando de Cologne. . The men of Bruflels furrounded the duke : fome were mounted with their fervants behind them, who carried flaggons of wine, and fal« mon, trout and eel pies, npatly packed in handfome towels attached to their faddles. Thefe people, with their horfes, filled up the place fo much, that no proper orders could jprç given. At length, Gerard de Bles faid to the duke,—c Sir, order all thefe horfe away that furround us : they are greatly in our way,. and prevent us from knowing what is become of the van and rear divifion, under your marfhai ûr Robert de Namur/ ç I confient,' replied the duke, and gave his orders. Upon this, Gerard and his companions, fwgxd in hand, began to ' lay about them, on helmets and horfes, fo that the place was inftantly cleared ; for no one would willingly have his horfe wounded or killed. To make an end of the bufinefs : the dukes of Juliers and Gueldres advanced full gallop on the van, under the command of the couqt de St. Paul and his fon? which they broke and de» feated, and many were {lain and; made prifou^ ers. This, divifion made the greateft refiftancef ana


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