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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
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' of Murray and March, lord William Douglas, lord Robert de Werfy, the bifliops of Aberdeen and St. Andrews, and many other barons and knights. There were about fifteen thoufand flain, and the remainder faved themfelves as well as they could. •This battle was fought near Newcaftle, in the year 1346, on a Saturday preceding Michaelmas day*. / ' CHAP. CXXXVIL JOHN COPELANP TAKES THE KING OF SCOTLAND • PRISONER, AND RECEIVES GREAT ADVANTAGES " FROM IT. "Y^THEN the queen of England, who had remained . in Newcaftle, heard that her army had gained the day, fhe mounted her palfrey, and went to the field of bMtle. She was informed that the king of Scotland had been made prifoner, by a fquire of * Alexander dé Ranifay.—Henry de Ram fay.—Nefs de Ramfry. * William de Rainfay.— Probably Sir William Rarofay of Coilutny. He was at the battle of Poiclier* in 1356, and u as aiade prifoner tliere. * Wilfcam cje/Salton,—Not in Fœdera ; but mention isniade of him, Calendar of Anticnt Charters, p. i $g. * * John St. Clair.—Alexander Si eel.—Alexander Stewart. 4 John Stewart,—»of Dalfwtutoti, as the record bears. Anceflor of the earl of Galloway. • • ' John Stewur r,—abaftard, as the record bears. ' John de Valence.—William de Vaux.—Robert Wallace.' . Annals of Scotland, vol* ii. App. No. 6", p.'321, et* ieqm * It was on the IJih October. * • the m


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