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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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ientiywell jufted, without fparing or doing them* felyes any damage. The earl wilhed to break another lance in honour of bis lady, but it was fçfufed him. He then quitted the lifts, to make room for others, for he ha4 jun his fix lancet witb fuch ability and courage as gained Mm pratfe from all fides. A young and gallant knight of England neper cam? forth, called the eari-marihal *, wha fent, according to the regulations, to touch the war* farget of fir Reginald de Roye. This being done, fir Reginald came fron* his pavilion completely armed, and mounted his horfe that was ready for Mm : haying had his (liield and helmet buckled pn, he feized -his lance and took his diftancc. The two knights fpurred their horfes, but, at this firft courfe, failed in, their ftrokes, from their horfea fwerving out of the line, to their great vexatibn* jSir Reginald was hit with the fécond lance, and had his own broken. At the third courfe, they'' met with fuch force that the fire fparkled from fhelr helmets, and the earl wasi unhdmedi He* continued hi$ career to his own place, but jpfted m more that day, as he had done fufficientiy. • The lord Clifford t, a valiant knight, and coufin-gçrman to tfye late fir John Chandos, of famed * I fpppofc this muft be Thomas Mowbray, earl of Not-tingham and earl-marfcal : he wasafterwards created duke of ^orfolk. 8ce Dugdale. f Froifiart calls him fir Louis de Clifford, but he was Cornas lord Clifford of Cumberland. See Dugtfafe. renbwn,


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