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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.10

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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.10
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of France** and whoever elfc might wifli to be fpt&axors of it. ; Sir Guy de la Trimouiiie accepted the chal-lenge ; and the king, with the duke of Burgifuidy aad many of die great barons, were prefent at th» combat, I believe they only, ran one courfe with the lance; for the king would not fuffer »we ito be done, to Hw great difcoatent of the Englifh knight, who feenrcd defirous qf pufliing the combat ta exttfemirie*. He was,, however, appealed by fair %e*efeèB, ftyi»g he ought to be feasfied, foc he had âme enough ; and he* was prafe&ted with very rich gilts by the king and the dJuke of Burgundy*. Perceiving he could do nothing more, fir Piers €kurténey fet out 0» Ms return to Çajteisi and he lord de Clary, who at that time was a gay and lively knight, was ordered to efcort hm* They xode oa until they came to Lueen f, where the countefe de St. Pol, filler to king Richard of Eng-land* rcfided. The countefs was rejoiced to fee fir Piers Courteney ; for before her marriage with, the count de St. Pol, flie had been united Do his *Sir Piers Courteney is mentioned by Dugdale, vol. i. p. 63Q. to have obtained licence, in the Jth Ric. II/ to (end various-grants to the king and lords of. Fiance, In return for the honours tftey had paid him in his cornbat with a- Knight of that country. This knight was probably fir Guy de la Tri-rnouille. The licence is in the Foedera, f Lucen. Q. ^uzeuz, a town in the comté de St. Pol. coufin 8»


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