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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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lord de Saimpi hit fir Peter, whofe horfe fwerved # little ; but fir Peter fbuck off his helmet, and rode m at a gentle paoe to his poft. Sk Boucicaut now came to complete the two other çpurfes | and sit their onfet they (truck each other on the fhiela fo rudely that the two faorfes were fuddenly checked in their career : no other damage enfced* At thç fécond courfe, they were both unhelmed* When thefe fix tilts were done, fir Peter requefted, as a favour, to run onç more, with apy of the three knights who pleafed, but it was refufçd i and hç was told, that he had donc though that day. An £nglifh knight, called fir John Gouloufre* c^»e forth, armed frop head to foot, and Cent his fquife to touch the war-fhield of fir JjjUginalddk £oye* The knight1 obeyed the fummona, and both advanced full gallçp» They hit each other's helmets, but were neither unhelmed nor had their lances broken. Their horfes refold to ran th& fécond courfe, to their gncat v^xatioa. At the third tilt they ftruck their fhields and broke their lances* They were fupplied with others, andt from the fwerving of their horfes,. pafffed their fourth career without ftriking a blow. The fifth lance was too well employed* for they were both unhelmed, and then each rode to his own pqgty. Sir John Rouffeau *, an expert and valiant knight from England, but well known for his pçowefs iq * He is caUed before RoufliL In the MS. in the BmUk Mufeuoa, RuufllL ^ / ' various


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