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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.3

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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.3
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they fliould march through thefe mountains. They learnt that the whole army could not pais together ; for which reafon, they ordered it to be divided into three bodies, and to pafs one at a time three days ftfcceffively ; that is to fay, on the Monday, Tuef-day and Wednefday. On the Monday, the van-guard marched, under the command of the duke of Lancafter. He was ac-companied by the conftable of Acquitaine, fir John Chandos, who had under him full twelve hundred pennons, all ornamented with his arms, which were a fharp pile gules, on a field argent *. It was a handfome fight to behold. The two marihals of Acquitaine were alfo in this firft divifion, namely, fir Guifcard d'Angle and fir Stephen Coffington, with whom was the pennon of St. George. There were alfo in this divifion, with the duke, fir William Beauchamp t,' fon of the earl of Warwick, fir Hugh Haftings, fir Ralph Neville J, who ferved under fir John Chandos with thirty lances at his own expenfe and charges, out of what he had gained at the bat-tle of Auray. There were likewife the lord d'Au-beterre,' fir Garfes du Chatillon, fir Richard Cauf-ton, fir Robert Cheney, fir Robert Briquet, fir John Tyrrel, fir Aimery de Rochechouart, fir Gaillart de la Moitre, fir William Clayton, Villcbos le Bouteil-ler et Pannetier §. All thefe, with their pennons, were • BâtNEj. See the arms in Ailimoie. f Barnes fays, he was lord. Abergavenny, and fourth fon to the earl of Warwick. I Lord Ralph Neville.—BARN ES. § Villebos h Bouteiller et Pannctier. B aines calls Mm fir William ^74


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