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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.1

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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.1
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ùfte hundred and twenty thoufand men, including the Flemings, who behaved Very well in ail their attacks. The commanders within the city, finding their provifions beginning to get low, fent out from it all thofe who had not laid in a proper quantity for the pccafion. They were driven out about the middle, of the day, and paffed through the army of the duke of Brabant, who took compaifion on them, and had them icondu&ed in fafety to king Philip at Arras ; he had remained there all this time, whilff thofe wkhin Tournay were in great diftrefs, and had need of afEftance and advice. The king of France publiflied a fpécial fdmmons throughout this* kingdom, and alfo in many parts of the * empire, for the levying of forces. It had fo good an éffeft, that Charles, king of Bohemia, the duke of Lorraine, the éarl of Bar, the biihop of Metz, the biihop of Verduti, the earl of *Montbeliard, the lord John of Chalons, the earl of Geneva, the earl of Savoy, the lord Lewis, his brother; came to ferve under the king of France, with as many men' as they could colled together. There came to him' alfo the dukes of Brittany, Burgundy, and Bourbon, the earls of Alençon, Flanders, Foretz, Armagnac, Blois, Harcourt, and Dammartin, the lord Charles of Blois, the lord of Coucy, and many other knights and barons. The king of Navarre afterwards came with a number of men at arms, to ferve for the lands he held in France, and for which he was a homager to the king. The king of Scotland was alfo there, under the appointment of the king of France, and had a handfome body of men given to him. YOL.1, CHAP.


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