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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 255



^fcm, 'fcâïtéd, and would have fcnfc ià théir arm^i-Vhtch was a good league off: but fir Walter Huet;l a great Englifh captaî% and àeâr the fpot where this fUrprife happened, mounting his horfc in great hade, his lance in its reft* but without helmet or Vizor, and only his coat of mail on, galloped for-ward without further thought or consideration: his men followed him as well as they could* In the confuilbn, he had his neck quite picVccd through with a fpear, and fell dead on the field. - The Englifh fought very valiantly, but at laft were almôft all taken or ftain. The French made* prifoners of the following knights t fir Matthew* Redmayne, fir thumts Fowke$, fir Hugh Brii* denel, fir Thomas Spencer, fir Thomas Emerton, fir Nicholas Gafcoign, fir John Chandler, fir Phi-lip Cambray, fir John Harpedon, fir Matthew Gournay, fir Robert Twyford, fir Geoffry Say, fir John Beurchier, fir Géoffry Worfley, fir Lionel Daultrys and, of efquires, William Dftuttry, John Gaillard, Thomas Bradley, Henry Montford, Guy Hcwett, John Meynil, William Goftwick, John Flamftead, Thomas Soilerant, William Quentin, Robert Boteler, Robert Audlcy, Ralph Stanley, and Thomas Archer*. 'News was carried to the main body, that their then were engaged: upon which, the marfhals, with the whole army, hafténed thither : though they could not make fuch fpecd but that the bufi* 1 hm copied thefe names from Ban**. R a nc& m


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