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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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É» faîtte obedience as to hmrielf, Tfrhich they ^rontîfed willingly to do. When fir Robert had remained with the prince about five days, and thofe who were to accompany Mm ill an expedition were ready, he was informed to whit part ft was meant that he fhould lead them : he took his leave of the prince, and fet out from Angouiême well attended by the prince's knights. There wefe fir ftichard de Pontchardon, fir Stephal Coffington, fir Dagloiret, fir Nêle Loring, fir WiHiam Torciel, fir Hugh Haftings, fir Johà Trivet, fir Thomas Defpenfer, fir Tancon *, fir Thomas Banafter, fir Nicholas Bond, fir William îè Moine, the high fteward of the Agénois, fir Baldwin Frétille, and upwards of fixty knights. They amounted in the whole to about fixty men at arms, 'five hundred archers and as many foot fol-tilers, all in high fpirits eager to meet the French f. This final! army, of which fir Robert Knoiles was •the leader, advanced towards Agen, to enter Quercy, Sphere the free companies had quartered themfelves, land continued their march until they came to the .tify of Agen. They halted there a fhort time to rëfrefh themfelves, and to wait for the enemy. Whilft fir Robert made this halt at Agen, he learnt * Tancon. Sir Richard Taunton.—BARNES. , • t There feeras fome mtftakc relative to the nuiAber of men at arms ; for fir Robert brought with him fixty men At arms. We mud fuppoie, that many of the prince's hoofe-hold were at the time of fir Robert's arrival with fir John Chandos or fir James Audley, and, though mentioned Mf name, were not perhaps prefent. ' 'VOL. ffl. • Ff ' time *3i


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