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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
page 226



-tack it, but to fpeak with the governor at the bar- ' riers, with whom he was well acquainted, having been together formerly in Pruflia. The lord Fitz-waiter made himfelf known to the lord de Verbi, and entreated him, out of courtefy, to fend him fome wine, and là return he would prevent his eftate from being burnt or fpoil^d. The. lord de Verbi fent him a large quantity, and thirty great loaves with it ; for which the lord Fitzwalter was . very thankful, and kept his promife. On the day of the feaft of our Lady, Gauvain Micaillç and Joachim Cator were armed, and mounted to finïfh their engagement. They met each other roughly with fpears, and the French fquire tilted much to the fatisfaftion of the earl : but the Eoglifhman kept his ipear too low, and at laft ftruck it into the thigh of the Frenchman. The earl of Buckingham as well as the other lords Were much enraged'at this, and faid it was tilting difhonourably ; but he excufed himfelf, by de-claring it was folely owing to the reftivenefs of bis horfe. Then were given the three thrufts with the • fword i and the earl declared they had. done enough, and would not have it longer continued, for he perceived the French fquire bled exceeding* ly : the other lords were of the fame opinion, Gauvain Micaille was therefore difarmed and his wound drefled. The earl fent him one hundred francs by a herald, with leave to return to his own garrifon in fafety, adding that he had acquitted himfelf much to his fatisfa&ion. Gauvain Micaille went back to the lords of P 4 France ;


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