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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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de Melua and the lord d'Aucy : the lord de Burnel and the lord de Brumeu were with the fourth horfe. , - Then came thofe who were to offer the fteeda of the convoy : firft, sir Henry d'Ancoing and fir Gerard de Guiçtelles ; With the fécond, the lord de Montigny and the lord de Rafenghien y the lord de Ja H au rade and the castellan de Fumes were with the third ; and the fourth had the lord de SaugmeUes ^nd sir Rowland de la Cheque. Next capie thofe who were to offer the earl's fwords of war ; my lord admiral of France bore the first, the lord de Rary the fécond, the mar-shal of Burgundy the third, the lord de Saint Py the fourth. The names of thofe who offered the fwords of the convoy : fir William de Pon-thièu bore the firft, fir William de laTrimouille the fécond, the caftellan of Ypres the third, and fir Guy de Hânçourt the fourth. Then came thofe who offered the war-helmets of the earl; the lord de Mailly bore the firft; the fécond was borne by fir William de Homes and fir Anfel de Salins : ,fir Jojm Doppem and the caftellan of St. Oprier had the third ; and fir Guy de Guiftelles and le Galois d'Aunoy the fourth. The helmets of the convoy were borne and offered as follows : the firft by fir Joffe de Hal-lain and fir Oliver de Guffy ; the fécond by the lord d'Yfebobecque and the lord de Lalainj* * The third is not mentioned in any of my editions. 342


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