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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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lid wit find there his equal to fight with, astct ell wira fully engaged. In the end, fir Henry was .made prifoner by the lord Montgomery. You would have feen, in this engagement, fixch knights and fquires as fir Mark Adremench, fir Thomas Avermerfquin, fir William, fir James and fir Alexander Lindfay, the lord Saltoun, fir John Sandilands, fir Patrick Dunbar, fir John and fir Walter Sinclair, fir Patrick Hepburn© and his two fons, the lord Montgomery, fir John Meffurel, fir John Gladwin, fir William Redoue, fir William Stuart, fir John Haliburton, fir John Alidier, fir Robert Landre, fir Alexan-der Rfunfay, fir Alexander Frazer, fir John Er-tapufcon, fir William Varlan, David Fremin, Robert Colomone and his two fons, John and Robert, who were ttfet day knighted, and a hundred other knights and fquires, whofe names I cannot remember i but there was not one who did not moil gallantly perform his part in this engagement. On the fide of the Englifh, there were fir Ralph de Longblé, fir Matthew , Redman, fir Robert Aveugle, fir Thomas Graty, fir Thomas JJelquon, fir Thomas Abreton, fir John de Lie-bon, fir William Valfincon, the baron de Hel-con, fir John de Copledup, fénéfchal of York, tod many more, who on foot maintained the fight vigoroufly, both before and after the cap-ture of fir Henry Percy. The battle was feverely fought on each fide ; but, fuch is the ficklenefc of fortune, that though the Englifh were a more numerous body of able men - f Si


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