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Valence seems to have been ready to accept Bruce's challenge, but to have been dissuaded by his Scots friends.
Before his fierce charge, the enemy gave way; and, Langtoft says, he killed Valence's charger.
It had not been taken by Valence in early August, when he 'well settled affairs beyond the Mounth, and appointed warders there.'
Valence sent a woman, disguised as a beggar, to spy out the position; but Bruce saw through the dodge, and the spy confessed.
The English gave way, and, despite his utmost efforts, Valence was driven from the field.
The reverses sustained by Valence and Gloucester led to increased activity on the English side.
The inn-keeper at Valence amused us much by his empty pomposity.
We dined at Valence, which is delightfully situated in a plain six or eight miles in breadth.
For ions of different valence, such as silver and cupric ions, the equilibrium equation assumes a somewhat less simple form.
We arrived at Valence to dinner, and according to our usual custom passed the remainder of the day there.

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