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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.5

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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.5
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carl of Buckingham, and faid ; f My lord, if you pleafe, I will this day difplay my banner; for, thanks to God, I have a fufficient revenue to fop-port the ftace which a banner requires/ « It is highly pleafing to us/ replied the earl : then, taking the banner by the ftaff, he gave it back into his hands, faying, c Sir Thomas, God grant you may fhew your valour here, and every where elfe/ Sir Thomas took his banner, and, having difplayed it, gave it to one of his fquires in whom he had great confidence, and went to the van-guard -, for he was there liationed by orders from the lord La-timer and the lord Fitxwaloer, captain and con-Jkbk. The earl then created the following knights : fir Peter Berton, fir John and fir Thomas Paulet, fir John Stingulie, fir Thomas Dortingues, fir John Vaflecoq, fir John = Brafie, fir John Brauine, fir Heory Vernier, fir John Colville, fir William Event, fir Nicholas Stingulie and fir Hugh dc iMxiitm They advanced to the van battalion,. ia ©rdcr to have their fliare of the fifft blows. A vtty gallant fquire from the country ôf Savoy was then called, who had before been requefted to be made a knight at St. Omer and at Ardres : hrs name was Ralp de Gruyères, foci to the count de Gruyères.: when the earl faid to him, * We fhall torday, if it pleafe God, have an engagement, and I will make you a knight/ The fquire excufed jiini-. fclf, faying, f God give you all the* good and ho-nour you wifh me ; but I will never be a knight until my natural lord, the earl of Savpy, (haU -. . 4 • confer SOS


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