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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
page 272



againft: Bajaxet, and in Fricfland againft tha Frieflanders. The king of France did not delay railing an army of five hundred lancés, compofed of Picards and French, and gave the command of them to the count Waleran de St. Pol and the lord Charles d'Albret, two knights that were well qua-lified for ' the bufinefs. They were to lead this body of men to the town of Enchuyfen in lower Fricfland, as that was the place of affembly for the whole army, and they were to embark there for upper Fricfland, which they did. When the two valiant knights, the lord de Ligne and the lord de Jumont, fafv the good inclination of the king, and were aflured that every order had been given, and the pay iflued for the men at arms who were to be fent to aflift the count of Hainault, they took leave of the king of France, and, thank* Ing him for his friendihip to their lords, returned to Hainault, to relate to the duke of Bavaria and the count d'Oftrevant how fuccefsful they had been. They were received with the honours they had deferred, and detailed the courteous anfwers they received from the king of France and the duke of Burgundy, who had feafted them grandly, and the rich prefents that were given them, for which they thanked the duke yand his fon, as it was from af-feétion to them they had been (hewn fuch courtefy. . The whole would be too long to relate : we will therefore pals it over, and corne m the principal matter. Duke Albert, on hearing that the king of France was to fend to his afliftance five hundred lances, aifembled 266


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