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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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them. Sir John Chandos diftinguifhed himfelf pari* ticularly. He governed, that day, the duke of Lancafter, in the fame maimer he had done the prince of Wales at the battle of Poitiers ; for which he was exceedingly praifed and honored, as was in-deed but juft : when fuch a valiant and good knight thus acquits himfelf toward his lords, he is worthy of honor and refpeâ. Sir John therefore, during the day, never thought of making any prifonéxs with his own hand, but was folely occupied ia fighting and putting forward. How€¥erf many good knights and fquires from Arragon, France and Brittany, were made prifonera by his people, and under his banner : particularly fir Bertrand du Guefclin, fir Arnold d'Andrcghen, the bègue de Viflaines, upth upwards of fixty knights j confequendy the battalion of fir Bertrand was difcomfited. All thofe who had come thither from France and Arragon were either flain or taken* Among the flain was the bègue de Vilhem The lord d\Antoing in Hainault, the lord de Brefueil, fir Gauvain de Bailleul, fir John de Bergettes, fir l'Al-lemand de St. Venant, with many others, were made prifoners. Upon this, the banners and pennons, that is to fay, the banner of the duke of Lancafter, the ban» • ner of fir John Chandos, the banner of the two marihals, and the pennon of St. George and others, returned'toward the divifion which was commanded by king Henry, fliouting out, * St. George, for Guienx^ V Upon this, the Spaniards and thofe who fup« m


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