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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 322



Sût ffwtcH danger. Sf John, however, bethought himfelf of a knife he had in his bofom, which he drfew, anditruck fo tall wkh it this Martin in the fides and back that he gave him M$ death-blow as he was lying under him ; he then turned him over, and rofe up as fpeedily as( he could : his people were now all ready about him* for they had with great difficulty broken through the crowd to com* to the place where he had fallen* It was on a Saturday, jxi the morning, between* Najara^nd Navarete, that this fevere and bloody battle was fought, ki which multitudes of men were flain. In this engagement many were the brilliant aôions performed by the prince of Wales, his brother the duke of Lancafter, fir John Chandos, fir Guifcani d'Angle, the captai de Buch, the lords de CKfTon and de Raix, fir Hugh CalverZey* fir Matthew Gournay, fir Lotus de Harcoart, the lords de Pont and de Paitenay* - On the other hand, among the Ga&ons, the lords d'Armagnac, d'Albret, de Pommier* and his two brothers, de Mucident, de Rofem, the earls dePeri-gord, de Commmges, de Carmain, the lords de Con-don, de l'Efparre, de Chaumont, de Pxncornet, Bar-tholomew de Cande, de Geronde, fir Bernard d'Al-bret, fir Aimery de Tarfe, the fouklkh de rEftrade, fir Petitoa de Courton, with many other knights and fquires, gave equal proofs of gallantry. ' Under the pennon of St. George, and attached to the banner of fir John Chandos, were the free companies, who bad in the whole twelve hundred treamew. Among them were .good.and hardf . . - katghtt


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