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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 343



On one fide, the duke of Athens, conftable of France, was engaged with his divifion ; and, a little higher up, the duke of Bourbon, furrounded with good knights, from the Bourbonois and Pi-cardy. Near to thefe were the men of Poitou, the lord de Pons, the lord de Pàrtenay, the lord de Damp-maire, tbe lord de Mohtabouton, the lord de Sur-geres, the lord John de Saintré, the lord Gui feard d'Angle, the lord d'Argenton, the lord de Linieres, the lord de Montrande, the vifeount de Rôcbe-chouart, the earl of Aulnoy. Many others were alfo engaged, fuch as the lord James de Beaujeu, the lord of Chateau Villain, and other knights and fquires from Burgundy. * In another part were the eàrls of Vantadour and Montpenfier, the lord James de Bourbon, the lord John d'Artois, and the lord James his brother, the lord Arnold de Cervolle, furnamed the Archprieft, armed as the young earl of Alençon. There were alfo from Auvergne, the lord de Marcueil, the lore} de la Tour, the lord de Cha-lenton, the lord de Montagu, the lord de Roche-fort, the lord de la Chaire, the lord d'Achon ; and from Limoufin, the lord de Linal, the lord de Noruel, and the lord Pierre de Buffiere. , From Picardy, there were the lord William de Merle, the lord Arnold de Renneval, the lord Geoffry de St. Dizier, the lord de Chauny, the lord de -Hely, the lord de Monfant, the lord dt Hagnes, and many others. The 328


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