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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.4

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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.4
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the king's orders, by fir Thomas Grantfon *, fir Aleyne Boxhull, fir Gilbert Gifibrd, the lord de Salvaticrf, fir John Bourchier J, fir William de Mcryille §, fir Geoffry Urfwell |, and many other knights and fquires, expert and able men at arms, who marched this firft day pretty near to Ficnnesf . Sir Moreau de Fienne*, who at that rime was conftable of France, refided in his caftle with a great number of men at arms^ knights and fquires, all prepared and ready to receive the Englifli. On the morrow, when they advanced towards the caftle and drew up to the attack, they found'they Ihould not gain any thing, fo they marched off through the county of Guines, and entered that of Faukenbourg, burning every thing on their road, and came before the city of Terouenne, but did not attack it : for it was fo well garrifoned with - • Sir Thomas Grantfon,—8id knight of the Garter.—See Grandifon in Dugdale. f ' Lc fire de Sal varier.* % • % Sir John Bourchier,—86th knight of the Garter—a baron. —See Dagdale. § De Merville. Qj_ if not Neville. I believe Ic to be fir William Neville, one of the ions of Ralph ^ lord Neville, of Raby.—See Dugdale. . Barnes names fir Hugh Mcinel, fir Walter Fitzwalter, and fir John Menilreworth. II I have called this perfon Urfwell, after Barnes ; but, as Froiflart writes it Ourcelay, it is probably one of the Worfley family. It may alio be fir Hugh Wrottefley, fpelied Wortbejley in Mills, who was 19th knight of the Garter, and perhaps with more probability. . f Fiennes,—a village in the Boulonnois generality of Amiens. m$n 8*


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