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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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arms having bars counterbarred with two chevrons, gules, and the chevron of fir Robert had on it a fmall crofs or. The Hainaulters made a fad nr.ftake, and ran into the midft of fir Robert's troop, who received ' them mod fiercely, repulféd and difcomfited therçu They loft, on their fide, fir John de Vargny, fir Walter de Pont à Γ Arche, fir William de Pipempoii, fir John de Soire, fir Daniel de Bleze, fir Race de Monceaux, fir Lewis Dampelu, and many other knights arid fquires. Sir William de Bailleul fkved himfelf in the beft manner he could, but he loft a great many of his men. Sir Vauflart de la Croix, who had hid himfelf among the reeds in the màriheè, hoped to have remained there until the night, but he was perceived by fome troopers, who were riding through thefe marihes : they made fuch a (homing and noife, that fir Vauflart came out and furrendered himfelf to them,, who led him to the army, and gavfc him up to their commander. He detained him a whole day in his quarters, andf would- willingly, through pity, have faved him„as he knew his head wouldprobably fufler. But the king of France, having heard of it, wiihed to take cognizance of it himfelf;; fo fir Vauflart was* given up to him, and the king fent hiiri to Lifle, where, as he had doue much harm to the inhabitants, they would not accept of any raiifom, but put him to death. CHAR


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