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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.1

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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.1
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The fécond battalion was under the duke of Brabant, with whom were the barons and knights of his country. Firft, the lord of Kus, the lord of Breda, the lord of Berques, the lord of Rodas, the lord of Vaufelaire, the lord Broguinal, the lord d'Eftonnevort, the lord of Wyten, the lord" d'Elka, the lord of CaiTebegne, the lord of Duffle, fir Thierry de Valcourt,fir Rafle de Gres,fir John de Caffebegne, fir Walter de Hautebergue, the three brothers de Harlebeque, fir John Fitifee, fir Giles de Cotterebe, fir Henry of Flanders, whom we had before occafion to mention, and feveral other barons and knights of Flanders, who were under the banner of the duke of Brabant ; that is to fay, the lords of Hailain and Guiten, fir Heâor Villains, fir John of Rhodes, fir Vauflart de Guiftelles, fir William d'Eftrates, fir Goffuin de la Muelle, and many more. The duke of Brabant had with him twenty-four banners and eighty pennons ; the whole amounting , to feven thoufand men. The Third battalion, which was the ggeateft, was commanded by the king, of England in perfon. With him were, his coufin, the earl of Derby, fon of the earl of Lancafter, the biihop of Lincoln, the bifliop of Durham, the earl of Saliibury, the earls of Northampton and Gloucefter, the earl of Suffolk, fir Robert d'Artois, who was called earl of Richmond, the earl of Hereford,fir Reginald Cobham, the lord Percy, the lord Roos, the lord Mowbray,fir Lewis and fir John Beauchamp, the Jqrd Iielavare, the lord Lincoln, the lord Baffet, the


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