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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
page 266



. . 'Mi hiiù without paying any attention, not filppof-ing him to be their principal enemy; • In another part of the field the earl of March iUnd Dunbar combated valiantly -, and theEryj* ' lift gave the Scots full employment who had followed the earl of Douglas, and had engaged with the two Percies* _ . The earl of Moray behaved fo gallantly in purfuing the Englifli, that they knew not how to refit him. Of all the battles that have been defcribed in this history, great and final!, this of which I a«* now fpeàking was the beft fought apd the moft fevere ; for there was not a man, knight or fquire, who did not acquit himfelf gallantly* hand to hand with his enemy* It refembied fomething that of Cocherel, which was as long and as hardily difputed. The fons of the earl of Northumberland, fir Henry and fir Ralph Percy, who were the lead-* ers of this expedition* ' behaved themfelves like good knights in the combat, Almoft a fimilar accident befel fir Ralph as tljat which happened to the earl of Douglas ; for, having advanced too far, he was furrounded by the enemy and Severely wounded* and, being out of breath* fur-rendered himfelf to a Scots knight, called fir John Makirei*, who was under the dommand, and of the houfehold, of the earl of Moray. When made prifoner, the knight afked him • Makird,-* MucweBer—Ptahatovti History qfSk&land. S-S . - Who


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