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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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. . CHAP. XXXVI. WWILB lâfAîlT IS EJirSIMO M CREAT ARMY TO OPPOSE TUB "HUNGARIANS AND FRENCH, THE LORD Hi cotrcy, DVRIMC THE SHOE OF NI- eOTÔLI, DEFEATS A LARGE MDT OF TURKS fFITH AN JTHFRRIOR FORCE. BAJAZET made no long ftay at Cairo with the fui» of Babylon, who promifed to fend a great army to his aid under die command of his heft men at arms, that he might fucGdsfidly op*-poffc the barons and knights of France. They iif|«tcèed mefifcngers on all ides to ai who they immgincé mmâà afltft, begging iticf would exot themfelves in dûs s&âîr, wàkh was become of lit gretttft confcqucnce; for, IhouM the Fnach fonqntr Turkey, all die fnttoupdMig kingdoms woçld tremble, their religion be defrayed, and themfelves reduced to flavery under the Chrifr Sins, and it were frr better m die $efri¥ fuch erent* olc ^ Many Saracen kings obcyacj |ho ftunmoos which Bajazet and the fultap of Babylon had lent as for' as- Perfia, Media and Tarfary, and to the north to the kingdom of Le#o*f beyond the fron-tiers of Profita. The Saracen monarch* having trpd t% army of the Chriftians was compofed of fhe


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