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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
page 353



(ie Lettine, with many others, from the duchies of Juliers and Gueldres, held a conference together, and refolved to make an excurfion on the morrow* by break of day ; for which purpofe they armed, and prepared themfelves well that night- Some knights-bachelors* from Hainault joined them ; among whom were fir Florent de Beaurieu, ur Latas de la Haye, marihal of the army, the lord John of Hainault, fir Oulphart de Guiftelles, fir Robert Glewes, from the county of Los, at that time only a fquire, and many more ; amounting altogether to upwards of three hundred good men at arms* They came to Pont à Treflin, which they crofied without lofs : they then held a council, on what would be the molt advantageous plan for them to beat up and ikirmifh with the army of the French. It was determined, that the lord of Rauderondenc, and his fon, fir Henry de Kalkren, a mercenary knight, fir Thilman de Sauffy, fir Oulphart de Guiftelles, fir I'AlIeman baftard of Hainault, fir * The word bachelor, from whence has come bachelier% does not fignify bas chevalier, but a knight who has not the number of bachelles of land requifite to difplay a banner ; that is to fay,. four bachelles. The bachelle was compofed of ten mazf or meix, (farms, or domains,) each of which contained a fufficiency of land for the work of two oxen, during a whole year. Glojf. du Droit. Fr. de Lavrica. Bovaius Terre, Tantum effe quantum bos unus colat ; fex bovatae quantum fex. In vet. autem flatutorum meiT. ad compofitionem menfurarum, fìc notatur. O&o bovatae terrae faci ' ont carucatam terrae, odo carucatae .faciunt unum feodum militia, xviii. acrae faciunt bovatam terras. SPELMANNI GLQSSARIUM. Robert


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