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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
page 254



ter )me ibr il if tfa» Joafi they ttay netwft» fcy ; if - we caa Aurora* them, we fhatt in well § b*t I know fiot for certain where they BOW are/ Sir Henfy and It Jbàph Percy obeyed their ' tobtr1» order*, and- made for NeworfUe, OOOMI-pamod by tbo gentlemen and others fil te bear *rms. In the rtiean time, the Scots continued dtftiojnig and bwmhig «II before them, fo that Hit iiiiiiê wilt fliWo m Newoatk. They câtie •i^tli gatos of Durham, where thoy skianiihed, ,lmt fciade Ho lefcg ftay/ônd fet ofat on their re-tort, te they bai planned at the beginning of the expedition, driving and carrying away all tie booty they thought worth their painti, , The cèuotry » Very rich between Durham end Nowoàftkr, which is but twelve Englifh . miles diftant : ante was not' a town In all this diftrict, unlefe well inclofed* that was not burnt. The Sëots rë+orofied the Tyne at thé fame prtaee, iiii ©ante beforo Wemmliftte, where they baited. AU the Juiigbt* and fffUttteo of Yorkflttre wore collected at Newtiaftle, and thithwr earne the ihiéfcfaal» of Ymk3 fir Ralph Mtwiriy, Mat-dww Redman, governor of Berwick, fir Robert • JUaglfi fir Thomai'Gwf» fir Thorn* Jiolooii, -fir John ffelfton, fir John. Lierboa,-4r WiMIatni Warrichon, ir Thomas Boynton, the baron of Helcon, fir John Colpedic, and fo rtiany others, the town was filled with more than it could lodge. The three Scots lords, having completed the object of their expedition into Durham, lay be-fore Newcaftle three days, where there was an almoft continual skirmifh. The fons of the earl ' ' • ? " of


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