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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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CHAP. XLVII. THE KINO UP FIANCE, WHILE ON THE fRONTlERS OF JULlÊfcS, HAS PART OP HIS CAMP SURPRIS-ED, AND SEVERAL PRISONERS MADE, BY SOME GERMAN PILLAGERS.—THE KING, BEING TWEN-TY-ONE YEARS OF AGE, TAKES ON HIMSELF • THE GOYÈRNMËNT OF HIS KINGDOM.—BlJ SENDS TO THÉ KING OF CASTILLE, ON HEAR-ING OF THE MARRIAGE OF HIS SON WITH THE DAUGHTER OF THE DU1E Of LANCASTER, TO REMONSTRATE WITH HIM NOT TO ENTER IN-TO ANY TREATIES THAT MAY BE PREJUDICIAL TO HIM OR TO HiS KINGDOM. nPHE king of France was ftill on the bordera " * of Juliers, (for you have heard on what v grounds peace had been made between him and the dukes of Juliers and Gueldres) though on his march with the army back to France, when one clear moon-light night, as they were en^ camped on the confines of Germany, fame Ger^ man robbers, who would never accept of any terms of peace, .made, about midnight, an attack on the French. Thefe men were under the lord de Blanquenemen and fir Peter de Croncbech, and came well mounted, to obferve where they could make the fevereft attack on the c$mp. They pafied the quarters of the vifcount de Meaux, but found him and his men on their guard 3 and, having gone backward and forward without


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