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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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" " When thej had mi left it, they amounted té feven thoufand men ; that is, two thoufand otk horfeback and five thoufand on foot. Although it was new night, they took the road toward Otterboume | he wan called familiarly fir Jock Gordon. He was kwd of Huntley. c The lord de Sechin. WUbam, created Lord Sctxm by fiobert IIL * Sir John de Sobdtans. Sir John Sandttands. Hé mar* peà a daughter of Robert U. ' Sir Patrick Sohoptaane. Sk Patrick Hepburn, lord of Haies. He repelled the defperaie aflaaft made by the Eng-lifli upon the ûandard of Douglas. ' Sir John Malifcel Sir John Maxwell, anctendy (jpfcrled MaccufwaL He is mentioned in tbe «U ballad in Percy's Reliques. • * Sir Adam Gtodr?m. GkndoAwinf erGtaidiiimng aapro» nounccd. lie war (lata in the battle cleat to Douglas. Ht» same was Simon, not Adam. ' 'SirWilliam de Rédurin. Perhaps Ro&erferd, fpe&ed anciently Riddkffad of JBdgertone. * Sir William Stanac. Probably Sfcronach, an ancient Soet-tifh name, or perhaps a bftmder for fir Walter Scott, a great warrior, who was affuredly in the engagement. He was kill-ed at Homekbwn. * Sir John de Halpebreton. Sir John HalibarMi of Sir* ieton. ' " * Sir AHdter Landre. Sir Alexander lender of the Balk; m renowned hero. ' Sir William de Morbereth.. Sir William Moubray. * Sir Maubert Here. Sir Robert Hart, who waa Iain be* ide Douglas. See Barry's Poem. * Sir William de Waleram. Probably a foreigner. * Sir John Amourftan. Sir John EdmondSouee. . It Jecttis - wry


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