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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.2

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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.2
page 171



m iihf early Ht lilt day, it a&4 i« priût»v«f Wales heard mafe, aid communicated. The greater part of bis army did the fame, çoafefied, and made proper preparations. After mafs, the king ordered his men to arm themfelves, and aflfcmble on the ground he had be-fore fixed on. He had inclofed a large park near a wood, on the rear of his army, in which ha placed all his baggage-waggons and horfes ; apd this park had but one entrance : his men at anna and archers remained on foot. ' The king afterwards ordered, through his con* liable and his two marihals, that the army ihould be divided into three battalions. In the firft, he placed the young prince of Wales, and with him the earls of Warwick and Oxford, fir Godfrey dt Harcourt, the lord Reginald Cobham, lord Tho-mas Holland, lord Stafford, lord Mauley, the lord Delaware, fir John Chandos, lord Bartholomew Burgherft, lord Robert Neville, ford Thomas Clif-ford, the lord Bourchier, the lord Latimer, and many other knights and fquires whom I cannot name. There might be, in this firft divifion, about eight hundred men at arms, two thoufand archers» and a thoufand Welchmen. They advanced in regular order to their ground, çach lord under his banner and pennon, and in the centre of his men. In the fécond battalion were, the earl of North* ampton, the earl of Arundel, tjie lords Roos, Wil-loughby, Baffet, Saint-albans, fir Lewis Tufton, lord Multon, the lord Lafcels, and many others ; amount*


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