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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
page 355



and the firft fhield was borne before film, which lhieltt wa.r fupported by the lord de Ravenal, by the lord de la Gouneufe, by Labeqùin, de la Contre, and by John de Pontalliers brother to the marfhal of Burgundy. , The fécond fhield was borne before my lord John of Artois, count d'Eu, and the lord Philip de Bar, by Valeran de la Sale and Lefclaus d'Annequin. Next followed thç count de la Marche and the lord Philip d'Artois ; the fhield was borne by Gillon de Labert and Robin de Florigny. Then came fir Robert de Namur, and with himhisnephew sir William de Namur: the shield* was borne by Chaux Bernard and Girard de Sternaille. The shields of the convoy: the lord d'Ang-hien, and with him sir John de Namur; the shield carried by Aillart de Ponthées and jHenry de Money. Next followed sir Efne de Châtil* Ion, and the lord de Fere ; the shield fupported by John de Heluin and Edward de Caflron ; then the lord d'Ancoing and the lord de Guif-telles: the shield-bearers were Triflan de Lan-dres and John du Béart j then the lord de Mo-riennes and the lord de Silly: the shield borne by Frefingue and by Damas de Bucy. Then came thofe who were to make offerings of the war-horfes of the earl : first my lord de Châtillon and, sir Simon de Lalain, bailiff of Hainauit. Thefe lords were on foot, and ' the horfe was armed and caparifonedj with the fe-condhorfe were sir Valeran de Ravenal and the caflellan de Pixmude ; with the third, sir Hugh ' do 341


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