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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
page 173



Vcrfaries. The engigciÉCEt Continued with" great finy between them until near nine o'clock s aw| mo people ever laboured larder than the Englifh and Poitevins» but the greater part of their men were now wounded by the tones and other things which were thrown cm them, and that galant knight of Gafcony fir Aimery dc Tarbe was flain, as well as fir John Lauton, who was knight of the body to the earl of Pembroke. Four large Spanifh fliips had grappled with that in which was the carl : they were commanded by Cabefib de Vaccadent and Hernando de Léon, and Ml of men at arms for the combat and to work the veflels. After an obftinate refiftance, they boarded the earl's fhip, when he was. made pri-ibher, and ai on board (lain or taken. Among the laft were, fir Robert Beaufort, fir John Curzon, fir John Grimftone ; fir Simon Whitaker, fir John Morton and fir John Touchet fhared the fate of the firft. . At fome diftanccj the Poitevins, under the com* mand o£ fir Guifcard d'Angle, the lord de Pinane, the lord dc Tannayboutoft and other knights, with their followers, continued the fight ; aad in another fhip fir Otho dc Grantfon was engaged againft Ambroife de Boccanera and Roderigo de Roiâs, •*who' were too many for him ; fo that all thefe knights were taken by the Spaniards, not one efcaped being killed or made prifoner. Their men were alfo ia great danger, but their lords, when taken, defired they would ceafe the flayghacr, as they would pay a proper ranfom for tfajftn. .VOL. IV. M* Whoever 161


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