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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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• 3*s" the fourth by firTriftan du Bois and fir John de Jûmont. ' ' ' * -,; . • Then came thofe who'offered the banners of* war: the lord" de Liftrenàille offered the firft, • fir Leoncel d'Airainnies the fécond, fir Giles de . la Gouneufe the third, and* • fir John de Luïfo- ; lorn the fourth. The banners of the convoy -were next offered : the firft by fir Orengois de " Rely, the third* by fir John de Difqueniue and the fourth by fir Vilaines de la Cheque. Thofe who, after the obfequies were ended, . laid the body of the earl of Flanders in the ' earth were, fir John de Vienne admiral of France, the lord de Guiftelle, fir Valeran de * Ravenal, the caftdlaa de Dixmude, the lord de ' ' Ray and «fir Anfel de Salins. ' • : Thofe who interred the body of the countefs,v confort to the earl, were, fir Guy de la Tri-xnouille, the lord de Ch&till'on, the fènéfchal of Biirgundy, the ' lord Gerard de Guiftelles, fir ; Henry d'Antoing and the caftellan of Fumes. * It fhould be obferved, that all who officially , had entered the church of St. Peter at Lille, with the corpfe in the evening, remained there until the mafs of the morrow, as well thofe knights who were armed as thofe who bore the; banners and the fquires who led the horfes. " •. There were about four hundred men, clothed in black, appointed to carry the body of the eàrl and copntefi of Flanders, through Lille, to the church: of St. Peter, and each of them bore a torch in his hand. Thefe four hundred men , .* Tfo feçon4 i* forgotten. * " ' 1 ' held


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