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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.8

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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.8
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of the army* • The'matfcplof t)is hofti fir- Tho-mas Moreau'% wis alio married to -another daugh-ter of the duke of lancafter, but (he was a baf-tard, and toother to the lady Morklk, Demoifelle Marie de St. Hilare ,de Hauman#. The lord Percy was admiral of the fletet« . Among the knights who followed the duke of Lancafter, were fir Etan fita warren* the lor4 Lucy, fir Henry Beaumont, the lord de Pom-miers, fir Richard Buirley, the lorcl Talbot, the ford Baffét, fir William Windfor, fir Thomas Trefham, fir Hugh Defpenfer, the lord WiU loughby, the lord Bradefton, fir. William Far-ring ton, fir John d'Ambreticourt, fir Hugh Haft-ings, fir Thomas Worcefter, fir Maubrun de Li-nieres, fir Lewis Rochefter, fir John Sounder, fir Philip Ticket, fir Robert ClMton, fir Hugh Cai-verley, David Holgrave, Thomas Aliery, Hobe-qùîri Beaucefter, and many others with pennons, without including the banners. There were more than one thoufand lances mi knights* fquires, and good men at arms ; two thoufan^ archers, and one thoufand ftout varlets. It was the month of May nrhen^hey embarked ; dr«t!b, married to fir John Cornwall,'lord Fanhope, but had no ifRie by him. By fir John Holland (he had a fou (John) who fucceeded his father. * I cannot explain who this lady ia; nor can X find any where, but in Fr*hTart, mentiow matte ôf this natural daughter of John ôf Gaunt, nor ot the ittahfifge with fir Thomas Moreaux; Stowte fays, ût Richard fenrghley was con liable of the duke's army# and after him fir Thomas de la Muleneaux. and 5


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