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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.10

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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.10
page 279



Ile bid of Milan Mowed the advice (hat had ** been' given him, ' aitd, without delay, fait thither s body of knights arid men at arms tint were in Ids pay. . On being muttered, they amounted to • five hundred. tances^ and an ancient knight, who had bag' been ufèd to arms, called fir Jame* de la Berate, was appointed their commander. They iode through bye ways until they arrived at. Alex-andria in the evening, and entered it, when their enemies had retired fatigued to their quarters, from fltirmiihiog at the barriers, for they could not re* mam idle. . The citizens were rejoiced at the ar-rival of fir James de la Berroe and Ms compa-nions, and not without caufe; for the count d*Ar. angnae, not having feed any men at ara» (taring the three days he lay before it, concluded none mere M the town, and had kept'up a CMFMVAL a&ult at the barriers ; but, finall as the- defence was, k had done fo well, that the Armagnacs had not gained any advantage. Sir James de la Benne, en entering the town, mired with Ms men to the lodgings which had . been aligned them, and having taken fome *e-freihment, they were waited on by the principal inhabitants, to congratulate them en their awivafc: He inquired into the ftate of the town, and the numbers and fituation of the enemy, im onier that he might aâ accordingly. The moft intelligent replied, c that from the moment the count d*Ar-magnac had come, there had never been any cet fation of fkirmifiies and attacks on the barriers;' f Well/ replied the knight, ( to-morrow, if M plçafe 970


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