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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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f évely, tit Steplbât Coffîngton, ir Matthew Gotttf* Bay, & William de la More, and other Englilh. t From Gafcony, tfyere were the lord of Pumiersj the lord d'Albret, the captai de Buch, the lord John de Chau mont, the lord de 1'Efparre* the lord of Rofen, the lord of Coufen, the lorc( de Mont-ferrand the lord de Landulas, the lord Souldich de la Trane* and many more Whom I cannot re-member. Of Hainaiilters, there were fir Euâace d'Ambre* ticourt, the lord John de Guy telle, and two other ftrangers the lord Daniel Phâfelle and lord Déni» de Morbeque. - The whole army of the prince, including every one, did not amount to more than eight thoufand i when the French, counting all forts of peribns* were, upwards of jfixty thoufand combatants; among Whom were more than three thoufand knights. * He is called sir Sandich de h Trune m the account of tb# knights of the garter* See AnffcV Order of the Garter, where there is a fliort Ipftorf of hiia. He fuppo&s the word Souldiob (but fays he can nowhere find the meaning of it) to be that of fome office, like to captai, which, in the cuftoms of Bourdeaux* article. 75, is ranked with the vifcounts and barons* CHAP.


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