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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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m*tn in thpr ptCent fbtjkç,.$* ttattfc^ wauîjl tje disgraced fjipuld they return withpqt $ver fee* ing their ençnjies.-^They held % cpjirjcil, and determined to arm themfjslves by fun-rife* mi to march horfe and foot after the Scots to Otter-bourne and offer them battle. This refolution was publifhed throughout the town, and the trumpets founded at the appointed hour. The whole army madç themfelves ready, and were drawn up before the bridge. About fun* rjfe-they left Newcaftle, through the gate lead* ing tp Berwick, and followed: the road to Otter-bourne. They amounted in the whole, include ipg hprfe and fopt, to ten thoufand men They had not advanced two lpagues before it was fignified to the Scots, that the bifhop of Qurharn had rallied bis troops and was on his inarch to gve them battle* This was like wife c^firaied t(y thmr feojgyts, who brought the fame iRfeliigenoe. Slf Jtf&tthew Bednwit, on his return to New* caftle, told the event of the? battle, and of his being made prifpncr- by. fir James Lindfay, and IfprnfL to his furprife, from the bifhop* or from fi^me of hi* people* that fir James had in hi* turn been,taken by the bifhop. As foon, there. ffpr% a* the hi (Imp had quitted Newcaftle^ fir 14fttthfw went; to. his lodgings in fearch ofi his m«fter* whom, he found, very melancholy, look* Ipg out of a window. ' WJïat has brought ynii tare* fir J&mesi? was the firft/falate of fir Mat* thèw* StfJaraes* interrupting tea, melancholy thoughts. S78


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