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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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ders, the lord deTorcy a Normand, fir John des Barres, the lord de Nantouillet, the lord de la Rochefoucault, the lord de Garencieres, fir John de Harpedant, the baron d'Ury, fir William Marciel, fir Reginald de Roye, fir Geoffry de Carin, fir Charles de Changiet and fir William de Lignac All thefe knights were fumptuoufly drefled, and each had on his fhield a fplendid fun. At three o'clock, they entered the fquare of St. Ca-therine, where the queen had already arrived in a magnificent car, and the duchefles ahd other ladies in great ftate, and taken their places on the feats prepared for them. The king of France hext made his appearance completely equipped for tilting, of which amufement he was very fond. "The jufts now began, and were cartied on with vigour, for there were many knights from foreign parts. Sir William de Hainault, count d'Oftrevant, tilted right well, as did thôfe kiiights who had accompanied him, fuch as the lord de Gommines, fir John d'Ahdregines, • the lord de . Cantan, fir Anfel de Tranffegines and fir Clin-quarfde Herinno. Every one performed his part, in honour of the ladies ; and the duke of Ireland tilted well: being then a refident at Paris, the king had invited him to the tournament. A Ger-man knight from beyond the Rhine, called fir Gervais d§ Mirande, gained great • commen-dation. • The number of knights made it difficult to give a full ftroke, and the duft was fo troublefome VOL. IX. ,Bb ' that


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