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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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ftietffc and there fcnnofMl» lp»ÎP& m another, |ançe that had been given him. Sir Reginald was much proofed by the French and Eugiifh for th» #îî and no one faid any thing improper agafnft: Mm, on account of the Engliflunan being woqnded, for fuel) are the events of arras: to one they are fortunate, to another the reverie; and, to fay the truth, they did not fpare each other* • An Englifl) {quire* called Blaquet*, then fent to Alike the war-ipeld - of the lord de Sairnpi* When they were both ready* they fpuricd their horfes, and on the helmets hard blows, though the points of their fpeara flipped off:. on finifhing their career they loft their lances. .When they were reftored to them, they began their fécond pouxfe^ but, by the? jault pf their horfes, nothing was done. At the third* onfet, Blaquet gave the lord dé Saifripi* a hard blow oja the. helmet, but was ftruck by him much harder qn the; vizor, and ijnhelmed, with a force that bfoke the buckle which fattened it behind', and it fell on the ground. Thçy flniflied their courfe, and the English, fquire wept aipong his countrymen, not intending to tilt more, that. da^. Tfye lord de Saimpi remained gallantly on horfebaick,; leaning on his fpear, to ^Kait until he fhpuld be again called ppctn* . , Sf John Bofcas, a gallant knight frai* Sûglamd, -Ihorfly aftçr this tilt was over, fent his iiquiit to fouçh the fhield of tfce lord de Saiippi, who, .being :preparedj entered thç lifts, his target m Jhb-tneek X - ^'•!' ^—•• ——1 ... , , , ? Bkcjuêt.; Q. Blake ' -, - ' _ * '' • and 104


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