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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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quarters of the French : fometimes they got the advantage, at other times they were made pri-foners ; but for one German that was taken, they made four Frenchmen prifoners in return. In confequence, the conftable of France, the lord de Coucy, the duke of Lorraine, the mar-liai de Blainville, fir John de Vienne and the lord de la Trimouille, affembled their men, to the amount of about four thoufand men at arms, and marched toward a town in Gueldres • called Remogne*, and drew up in handfome array be-fore it. At this time the duke of Gueldres was within it, and thought highly of their appearance-, but he made no fally againft them, for his force was not equal to attempt it, which vexed him much. The French men at arms remained four hours drawn up in order of battle before the place ; but when they faw that none came out to op-pofe them, they retreated to their quarters. It happened that this fame evening feveral knights and fquires affembled at the lodgings of the duke of Berry, with the intent of making an excursion on the morrow into the enemy's coun-try in" fearch of adventures. They each, to the amount of about one hundred lances, pledged themfelves to this; but, when the morning came, the project was broken off. A fqttire frottt Auvergne, called Godinos, a • valiant man at arms, and ferving under the banner of the tord 'Remogne. Q. ; d'Alégre, 194 „


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