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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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the helmet and back of fir Reginald, whidh Sit once broke and received* them. However, thé lord of Montmorency remained hte prifofter, fcûd thé Cermane fought fo well, that they maintained their ground, and made fourfcore gentlemen prifoners* They then repaffed the bridge without hindrance, and returned to Tournay, where each retired lò hfe own quarters* CHAP. LXt. THE FX.EMING8 ADVANCE TO ST. OMfcR DtJRltfO THE SIEGE OF TOURtfAYi \X7E will now relate an adventure which hap* pened to, the Flemings, under command of fir Robert, d'Artois and fir Henry de Flandres. They amounted to upwards of forty thoufend, front the towns of Ypres, Poperiûgue, MalineS, Caffel, and Caftlewick of Bergues. Thefe Flemings were encamped in great array in the valley of Caflel, to oppofe the French garrifons which king Philip had Tent into St. Omer, St. Ve* . liant, Aire, and other towns and fortreffe* in that neighbourhood. By the king of France's orders, the dauphin of Auvergne, the lords of Kaleuhefy Montay, Rochefort, the vifcount de Touàrs, and, many other knights from Auvergpe and Limoufm, pofted themfelves in St. Omer. In St. Veftatìt, and in Aire, there were alfo a great many knights. The Flemings frequently IkirmHhed with \h6 French; and one day, to the number of four or fivd fhoufand lightly armed, they came to the fuburbs R V 4 of


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