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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.11

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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.11
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* Si» : . lords de Saint Pol, de Montmorel, de Saint Py, the haze de Flanders, fir Louis de Brézé, his brother, and the borgne de M^nquel, with many more ; for they amounted to one thoufand knights and as many fquires, all men of tried courage and enterprize. • • They left their homes about the middle of March, and advanced in good array by compa-nies. They found all the roads open to them, for the king of Germany had commanded that his country and Bohemia -fhould afford them every friendly affiftance to fupply their wants, and that the prices of provifion fhould on no account be raifed. Thus did thefe lords of France march to the affiftance of the king of Hungary, whofe army was to have a pitched batde againft that of Bajazet, on the 20th day of the enfuing month of May. They paffed Lorraine, the counties of Bar and Mont-belliard, the duchy of Burgundy, and, entering Aufiais, traverfed that whole country, and, having crofled the Rhine in many places, marched through the county of Ferrette, and entered Auftria.— This is an extenfive and wild country, with diffi-cult paffes j but they advanced with fo good an inclination, that they did not fuffer from the la-bour and fatigue. The chief converfation of the French lords was concerning the power of the4 Turks, which they feemed to make very light of. The duke of Auftria gave the French lords a , handfome reception j but he was particularly at-tentive


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