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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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combat. • They were asked • how the affair -went* they replied, f Badly, and unfortunately: we " are defeated, and here are the Scots clofe at our heels.* This fécond intelligence, being worfe than • the manor of Hallton and Hallton-tower in the 9th year of Henry IV. It came into his family by marriage with the heir-fe-male of William de Halton, high flieriffof Northumberland in the 25|h of Edward I. See Dugdale, voL II. p. It Efceat. de anno nono Henrici quarti. 4 Sir John Colpediç. CopelandL 4 Sir Aymen d'Alphel. Raymond Délavai. * John Makirel. From his folding under the earl of Mo-mj9 and other cireimfiaiices, tMs gallant fquke feems to have been John Maxwell ; that name being anciently fpéHed, and perhaps pronounced Maccufwal : an t exchanged of r would make Maccural. 4 WiUiam de Norbenick. William of North Berwick. Major, fpeaking of this valiant pricft, fays, that the chaplain of every Scottiih baron fought by his fide. * Meffirc Marc Adremench. Sir Malcolm Drummond.—* Three years before the battle, he had 400 livres out of the money brought over by John de Vienne. - ' MeC Thomas Avremefquin. Sir Thomas Erfkine, an-ceftor of the family of Mar. * Le feigneur de Saulcon. • WiUiam de Abernethy, lord of Saltoun in Eat Lothian. 4 Sir John Saintdelanx. A various fpeliing of Sandelanda, , 'Sir John MeQurel. Either John Maxwell before men-tioned, or John Martial. * Me(T. John Gladwin. We have no fuch Scottiih Gladwin. Barry mentions a young knight, named Giedftane, as having fallen. \ 4 MeC WiUiam de Redone. Perhaps WiUiam de Riddel *" MeC John Alidier. Sir John of Lauder, quafi a Lander. ë MeC «71


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