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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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Ml - , torM i ^ but bath kept tfcdr feats, %M &qf wit well. They pafled,on to their plates; but the EngEfli knight let faP his lancei mid firlkghmkl bore bis hi handfome array. The Englifli flight havifag had Ht laâce given to him, he plated it in its. reft, and fpurring his horle, intended to have done wonders. Indeed the blow would have been good if it had been ftraight, but, by the fwerving of his hdrfe, it was ? cry weak ; and I doubt-if it we*e not, in fame meafure, the fault of the kfeighfc Sir Reginald ftruck him fuch a blow on the ftridd, as made him bend ^backward, but they pafféd on without fur* ther hurt. Being. prepared for the third courfe, they again fpurred their horfes and cotiched dmr lances, and hit each* other fô ruddy on &e helmets that the fire fparkled, from them. They paled on, but fpom this blow their knees fell to thé ground ; petfons were at hand to pock them up and give them to the knigh& Having replaced the hmce* in their refts, they renewed the tit, and, ainrriug well, ftruck each other on the tâzora oS their helmets fo fevereiy* that fir WHlispn Stamart was unhelmed and netrly thrown tQ the ' ground, 'but* thqugh' hé daggered, .he kept his feat. The Eng* 1Kb knight thefc.wenfc to ; hk oountrymeni, anjd did nothing ffinre that day* • A fquire called Lancafter now Hepped forth, and fent to touch therihteld of fir Bouricauf. He wasrçady mounted to anfwcrtheoaH, and, having grafped Ms. fpear, Jèey met mol! eonrafeoufly ; th?y jijiwk their helmet*, fo as to mafce the fire . " * H 3 if


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