PRONOUNS, RELATIVE AND INTERROGATIVE. Relative omitted "They in France"The Relative is omitted (as well as the verb "is," "are," &c.) between a pronominal antecedent and a prepositional phrase, especially when locality is predicated.
“He made them of Greece (i.e. the Grecians) to begin warre.” N. P. 175. So
“And they in France of the best rank and station.
So in Early English and Anglo-Saxon. We make the same omission, but only after nouns: "The babes in the wood."
“What is he at the gate?