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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.6

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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.6
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fain, te Sauvage In front; sir Lancelot de la Perfonne before sir Gouflain,, and sir John de la Helle before sir Lancelot de la Perfoane, Thofe who bore the banners of the bier pd convoy came next, sir Matthew de ïlunieres, and before him sir John de Helles lord des Ayeaux and sir Gierchelart de là Barre be-fore tfye above named lord des Aveaax; and sir John de Pa^is before Cierchejart. The ftames of thofe barons who aflifted to cany the corpfe of the earl from the gate of the invalids, in proceffion through the town of Ole, to the church of St. Peter : firft, sir John dç Vienne, admiral of France, on the jright, and the lord de Guifteiles on the left; sir Valeran de Ravead on the right, the caftellan de DiJquenieu on the left; the lord d'Eftournay on the righMnd sir Anfel de Salins on the left. . Thofe barons who ''aflifted in bearing the corpfe of the countefs of Flanders from the gate of $U Ladre to the church of St. Peter were, the lord de Stilly on the righto and lord de ChâtiUon on the teft side "of the Koéjr» sir Guy de Pontalliers,, marfhal of Burçuady, on the right, sir Guy de'Guifteiles on the left; then, sir Henry du Cding on the right mi the eaflellan of Fumes, on the leift. • * I &all, now mention the regulations on. the day of the obfequiesy which were performed J» the church of St. Peter, the names of ihafejpt* fent as ivei as of the fquires who fuppottai*!* fhields during the whole mais, until the dffi^ tory: fiffi, the-duke .of.'Burgundy-by °Mm&& A


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