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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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a» finarttng under the pain of the wounds made by their bearded arrows, would not advahce, but turned about/and, by their unrulitrefs, threw their njpi^ers, who epuld not manage tlieçi, nor could thofe that had fallen get up again for the cenfufion; fo that this battalion of the marihals could never approach that of the prince : however, there were {onslaughts and fipijres fo well mounted,, that, by the ftrength of ^heir horfes, they paffed through, ' and broke the he^ge, but, in fpite of their effprts, cçujd not get up to the battalion of the prince. The. lord Jfupep Audley,. attended by his four Cqukes* h^d placed himfelf, fword in hand, in front of this rbattalion, much before the reft, and was performing wonders. He had advanced, through his çageniefs, fo far, th$t he engaged the lord Arnold. d'Andreghen, marflial of France, under his h^annef,. when they fought a confider-able time, and, the lord Arnold/was roughly enough treated. The battalion of the marihals . was foon after put to the rout by the arrows of the archers, and the afliftance of the men at arms, who rirftied i among them as they were flruck down, and feized and flew them at their pleafure. The lord Ar-nold d'Andreghen was there made prifoner, but by others than the lord James Audley or his four fquires ; for that knight never flopped to make any one his prifoner that day, but was the whole time t employed in fighting and following his enemies/ * Their names were : Button of Button,—Belvea of Bod-dington,—Fowlehurft of Crew,—Han keflone of Wainehiti.-*» MhmoUs Garter. - . ' la


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