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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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flaould act, and it feemed that, after much deli-beration, they thought it npt advifable to rifle an attack, for there were greater chances of lofs than gain, but determined tp. return again to . Newcaftle, • / . . . The Scots, perceiving the Englifh were re-treating, and that there' was. no appearance of . any battle, retired within their camp to refrefb ' themselves with meat and liquor. They then • made preparations for departure : but becaufe fir Ralph Percy had been dangeroufly wounded,. he begged of his matter to allow him to return to Newcaftle, or wherever elfe in Northumber-land hç might have his wounds better attended to, $nd remain there until cured ; and in cafe this favour was granted him, as foon as he fliould be able to mount a horfe, he pledged to furren-der himfelf at Edinburgh, or in any other part of Scotland, The earl of Moray, under whofe banner he had . been t^ken, readily affented to this requeft, and had a litter prepared for him. In a fimilar man-ner, feveral knights and fquires obtained their liberty, fixing on a time to return in perfon to thofe who had captured them, or to fend the amount of their ranfoms*, v . - ' I was * The ranfoips were eflimated at 200,000 francs. Robert IJI. granted to Henry Prefton, for the redemption of Ralph * Percy, the lands and barony of Frondin, Aberdeeniilre, the town of Fyvie and place thereof, the towa of Meikle Gaddies,


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