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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 175



• Ms ftil^ tad dcpir|od rw«h g great.jioUe -of.drums mû, tripipefs, . They lad m their; oiaft-hegdf ftanc&rd? like to pennons, wifh the arm* OF CaftUIç dlfr^iycd orj ee„n, fpd of fpch a length that thpf COD§ frequently touched the {ça. It was a finç fight to fçf TJIEM 'this fail oft £S they fleered for thç CPAft OF Galiçiav . , . lin shp fame day, towards the evening, there c«»e into.U Rochelle a large body of men at grini, {tffcpp» and EngUfti, who had not heard what had pg0£}» but they knew that the Spaniards were lying before the town, and h?D done fo for fome time : they came, therefore, to reinforce it. The leaders of the Gafcons were, the captai de Buch, fir Beras d« ia *L«iri€, fir Peter de Lan-dura, the fouldich, fir Bertrand du Trane : of the Englifh, lord XFC*nas JPwy» fir Richard de Pontchardon, fir William Harrington, the earl of Angus, faBètàm* FforoVf** fir Wéw Ifrmt md fir |oh» Durang-t* • , . Wbm*hcfe lords *md tb»*r trgpps» ^h&b #çre fiil fut .hundred mr% JWff prfFfld » h Jlocljfcjle, the inhabitants made appearance of being very g}ad to lee them, for they dared not do otherwife. They learrrt front frr'James de S«f^eres the event of tbf • Sir Baldwin freville*—had ftinmoEs to parliament the it Edward fit: See Dugdale. He was competitor for the office of «himpim *t the cownarinù jof Rkhi rd IL httJEc jaufc marfhal decided on the fuperior claim of the Dymocks.-—See Dngttahf s Warwkkfltire, where the pedigwetl. ' ' ' f Sir John Devereàx. See Dtigdaki Prom him im «et-.^fended the flfcotmu Hereford, *rc. -'• M • • • batdt


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