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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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Otterbourne ; but they had riot advanced â league from Newcaftle before intelligence was brought that the Englifh were engaged with tho Scots. On this, the bifhop halted his men; and feveral more joined them, out of breath from the combat. very unlikely that Haggerftoune fought on the fide of Scot-* land. ' David Filium-~ia tranûated by lord Berners, ' Davy his fon ;* that is, fir John Edmonftoune's. I can think of ne ScoUifh name reiêmbling Filiiim, and none fuch occurs in the account of the battle given by ourhiftorians. ' Robert Colennie. Perhaps Robert Campbell. • « Sir William de Fif. Sir William Fife. * Compte d'Aftroderne* Earl of Stratherne. ' * Sir Raoul de Lombre. Sir Ralph Buhner. * Sir Raoul Demeren. I fufpect that by one of thofe in verfions which are incident to a perfoo fpelling an unknown name from the pronunciation, FrohTart may have written de Meren for de Mener, which would give us the name Man-ners, well known in northern warfare. * Sir Robert Angle* Here, I fufpect, we have again one of the Langleys. There is not, that I have noticed, a family of Angles in the North of England. ' Sir Thomas Grea. Sir Thomas Gray, anceftor of lord Tankerville. * Sir Thomas Holeon. Holton, or Hilltown, the t and a being eafily miftaken in old MSS. ' Sir John Felcon. Felton. He was high iheriff of North-umberland in the 14th of Richard II. and held by grand fer* geantcy the manor of Weft Matfen. * Sir John de Lierbon./ Sir John Lilburne, a great North-umbrian warrior. * Sir William Wanichon. Very likely Widdrington. * Sir Thomas Aboiton. Abington, or Boynton. * Le Baronne Helcon. William Caruaby.was lord of the manor 270


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