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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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laid in the plains, and attacked by a body of men at arms; of whom he had not the leaft fuf-picion, and for that reafon they were overpow-ered. They loft their arms, horfes, gold and filver plate, and were carried prifoners to a town hard by, where all who could ranfom thepifelves did fo : particularly the duke of Gueldres pledged himfelf to a fquire called Arurant ; his firname I am ignorant of; and then the duke of Gueldres and his company were led to a ftrong town of the duke de Stulpe*, not that the duke was there in perfon. When the grand matter and knights of the teutonic order heard that the duke of Gueldres had been attacked and made prifoner on his road to Pruffia, they were exceedingly enraged, and laid it fhould not remain unpunifhed, otherwife they would be greatly blamed. They inftantly iffued their fummons for the attendance of their vaffals, and marched with a large force of men at arms from Commifbergf to the town wherein the duke of Guçldres was detained prifoner. * The fquire who had made the duke prifoner, ' * Duke of Stulpe. Q. if not Wrick, grand mailer of the teutonic order ; but, on looking into the lift of grand matters, I find that Weinrich de Knippenrode, G. M. died - 1382 Conrad Zoelner de Roden&ein, - ~ — 1390 - * Conrad de WaUenrod, 1394 Conrad de Jungingen, - - 1407 Ulrica killed in battle, 1410 t Corimifberg. Q. Koningfaerg. having SS5


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