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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
page 289



' 2fS * tferfe under the command of fir John Chandos, and might amount in the whole to ten thoufand cavalry, toho ail crofted the mountains, as before related, oh the Monday. . . On the Tuefday, paffed the prirçce of Wales and don Pedro, accompanied by the king of Navarre, who had returned to them, in order to ferye as their guide. In this divifion of the prince were the lord Louis de Harcourt, the vifco.untde Chatelleraut* tne vifcount de Rochechouart, the lords de Parte-nay and de Pinane, flr William Felton high fteward or Acquitàine, fir Thomas Felton his brother, fir Euftace d'Ambreticourt, the high ftewards of Sain-ronge» of la Rochelle, of Qiiercy, of Limoufin, of Agenôis, of Bigorre, the lord de Cannaibouton and all the men of Poitou, fir Richard de Pontchardon, fir Nêle Loring, the earl of Angus, fir Thomas B^-nafter *, fir Louis de Merval, fir Aymon de Marnel, the ldrd dé Pierre-Bufflere* and four thoufand men at arms at lead : there were in the whole about ten thoufand horfe., This Tuefday was bitter cold, with a fliarp wind, and fnow, fo that their march was very painful : however, they pafled the mountains, and took up their quarters in the valley of Pampe- William Boteler, or Butler, of Ovérfley in Warfrickfhire ; but I fee no authority for it. Some of the other names I have altered from Barnes, as being probable : but lord Ber-hers, who ought to have been better informed, keeps the very names in FroifTart, who, from being a foreigner, might tafily miftake them. # Sir Thomas Bairtfter,—fifty-fiith knight of die Garter. See his life in Andis* Garter. 2 - ( luna.


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