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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 278



m mht$ té ûh'mrt on ^yt'c^rt^tety ferëtied, with helmets, vizors, and provided with lancés «ëf good Iftcd" frœw BoiYrdeaux, - with which thfey per-fermeras follow^:( '• : " • ». ,;Ff#y tht ;hovd. de JPoofangte prtdtht lord xfe Y*rtôin, two rtatoqs of high renown ; and g«afc courage, advanced towards each other on fooq, holdkg.their (hafarp ipedrs, ,initheir -hinds, widh a gfrod pace; thcy'^did not fpare themfelves, but (truck tjiràr, lances duftiiy againft each • other in ptrfhing. : .The fordrde Vertaié wis hit, without being winded* bat the lord de Poufangcs rev fctàvod fuch a ffcroke that it pierced through thfc ftoaiA and fteel jbmarftpfatfie, and every thing under* peath, To that/the. blood gufiied tint, .and if wis m gfcat monder he -mas net more ferioufly wounded* They :ftmflacri thfebr êinefe cowfci and .die other deddsflf arms without further mifchief, when they -„IU. • "a i t ,•„...„• L •„t.„.,|l U* ..mf' I I ,i i 1 1 «* iii ••••• i.... n m I ••.•••»•» W*&e* Clo^tEm, Edward Béattckam^i Thomas-de Hciiiefoît Croftry» «oitfir Jcbm'cbrTiscio» proliifcly Tracy. , Sir John dp Qûteltmmm, tilted wither V^alt^r Cloptoa, anf wounded him fo badly as to prevent the completing his engage* ment. - •Sir'Oafrbis leas oppofed by iPhorrfas de$Iettftdèrt, and chefe loifhedf ttaiKcanee* wifh tances aiahart*' -boa J&- Thomas waft weunjltd jpobadlyptfrh:tfee fpff4tot^opiprte, • ,i The baftard dis l^kiraps vanquished Edward Beauchmnpc be reeled fo much,'the Englifh faid he was drunk. Sir Triftan de la Jaille conquered Jiis advçrfery. ' Tie Wfcoant fcAAdf&y itâ kttîkf Itifcccfs. - £ir Pfilïa» Farrfqjgfioaiclnrfkrtge/l^fif J^^deiCh&drntfrant lo ..complexe .the eng^gemeat which W ] relation* f}r Walter, had b*et\ obligedfto relinquish, and wounded /ir.John, as men-tioned in thé œxti to thé great fcandal of the Englifh.v retired


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