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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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'„•••141' Berwick to Dunbar, or by the mountains through the country of ^e^ptp^h tp St^r^ing ? He re-plied,—' Since you will force me to tell the truth', when Ï left ftewGaftTe, there were not any figns'qf an excurfion being made but fHeba* tons are all ready to let outsat a' moment's \varnin£, as foon : as they fhaU hear you "have entered England. ' They .will'*not op|)oïe you, for they are not in incident/ numbers to meet fo large a body as you are reported to them to confift of.—« And what do %hey «tâmtoe'our numbers at in Northumberland ?' faid lord Mo-ray. f They iay, my lord/ replied the fquire, * that you 'have'"full forty thoufand men; arid twelve hundred fpears ; and by way of counte-racting ^y our career, Should jou march to Cum-berland, they wilf take the road through Ber-wick to Dunbar, Dalkeith and Edinburgh ; if ^you follow the other road, they will then inarch to Carfifle, and enter your country by thefe mountains/ The Scottifli lords, on hearing this, were fi-lent, but looked at each other. The Englifti squire was delivered to the governor of the caftle of Jedworth, with orders to have particular guard over him ; when they conferred together in the ' church of Yetholm, and formed otter .plan%. * 'x '. 1 12 ' " CHAP.


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