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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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day they weighed anchor, the fea was fo calm and ' ferene, that it was beautiful to behold. They made for the fhores of Brittany or Nor-mandy, with a determination to land no where elfe, unlefs other intelligence fliould be fent them. They had in -their fleet fome light vef-fels (called Balniers Courfiers) which drew but little water, and thefe were fent in advance, to ' feek adventures, in the fame manner as knights and fquires, mounted on the fleeted horfes, are ordered to fcour in front of an army, to fee if there are any ambufcades. We will, however, leave this army, and fpeak of the afiairs of Gueldres and Brabant, and of the fiege of Grave, • CHAP. XXIII. Tl-ÎE BRABANTERS LAY SIEGE TO THE TOWN OF GRAVE.—THE CONSTABLE OF FRANCE GAINS THE TOWNS OF SAINT M4LO AND SAINT MAT-THIEU DE FINE POTERNE, AND GARRISONS THEM WITH HIS MEN. ' T HAVE before given an account of the an-cient dukes of Gueldres, and how the el-dest fen of the firft ; duke married Bertaldo of Mechlin's daughter, in order to redeem his in-heritance, and had mortgaged three of his caftles to the count de Mours, who, unable to regain the mtoney he had lent, had fold them to Win-ceflaus duke of Bratant for the fame funk, and 1 all 151-


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