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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.9

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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.9
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of Moray, the earl of March and Dunbar, fir William de Fif, Stephen earl of Menteith*, Wil-liam earl of Mar, fir Archibald Douglas, fir Ro-bert Avercequi, fir Marc Ordrennen, fir Wil-liam and fir James Lindfay, fir Thomas Bery, fir Alexander Lindfay, the lord de Sechin, fir John de Sobelans, fir Patrick Dunbar, fir John Sin* clair, fir Patrick Sohopbone, fir John Montgo-mery, fon to the lord of that name, and his two other fons ; fir John Malifnel, fir Adam de Gla-^ivin, fir William, de Redurin, fir William Sta-nac, fir John de Halpebreton, fir Alidier and fir Robert 1,-andre, fir Stephen Frazer, fir Alexan-der and fir John Ramfay, fir William de Morbe-reth, fir Maubert Here, fir William de Waleram, fil John Amouftan, David Filium, Robert Co-lpuni?, with numbers of other knights and fquires ofi ^cotlandf. There had not been feen, for fixty years, fo numerous an aflembly : tliey amounted to twelve hundred fpears, and forty thoufand other * Earl of Menteith.r-' At the time of this battle (of Otter-bourne), the earldom of Menteith was pofieiTed by Robert Stewart, earl of Fife, third fon of king Robert II. who, accord-ing to Buchanan, commanded the Scots that entered by Car? lifle. But our minftrel had probably an eye to the family of Graham, who had this, earldom when, the battle waa writ-ten.' Reliques qf Ancient English Poetry. ' • f For an explanation of thefe names; fee page 27 h men 23§ .


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