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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 285



Til? whple wefp m difmjty on hepkg theff Jof? ; for they h^d ppw no cqpmpidcr in cbfef to jppfc to, aai |h?y W poftly.. all free coqip^iiogs. They therefore f^id9.c Let feaftep irçck to ftp- own ppufltrips, fqr we h*ve loft pli f^ppoftfloties pf gaining pny thing here.1 ft was foon fenowp in Alejqp#ia that the Arn^gpgc? frçre jgg defpgfr: fa* fhe ^efuh of the çpiHit:they padç a fjdly feoip the tpwftt advancing full ggjlqp tp (he camp, fhouting c Pïp% fpr thq lord of Milsç! ' Mit çnç of the Arrarçgrçaç? mjide *qy, defence, but allpwpl tlemfelyes |p bç flafc, |ike wickçd pepple as they were: thf copcjuçfl was great, for the qrmy were fo çaft down, tbsft they furrep^lered withopr ftnking a blpw, m4$ throwing ^qw» their WW» »ade fo* ^Içxandri?, Wither the Uerpfps, mà other foldiprs 19 thf pay of the lord of Ififob dtpve them like a hfrd pf cattle. This upefpeûed death of the coput d*Armagh n*c happened very ynlucky for himfelf and his army. Had he remaned quiet bit five days, fir John Hai«kwpod wpuld bavg arrived with iivft hundred horfe and one thoufand foot ; and many valiant deeds would have been done by this knight and his men ; bpt an end wps now put tp every thing by this lofs. . You may fuppofe the count de Vertus wa$ in high fpirits on heading his enemies, whom h#-greatly dreaded, wetç killed, made prifoners or put to flight, and that the count d'Armagnac .was deajd. He more dearly prized his knight, fir James 276


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