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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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pennon : the fénéfchal d'Eu, with the fame; the lord " de Linières, with a banner ; the lord de Thim, with tb'e fame ; the lord d'Ameval, with the fame ; fir Walter de Chaftillon, • with a pen-non ; fir John de Châteaumorant, with a banner j the brother to the marfhal de Sancerre, with a pennon ; the lord de Coucy, with his banner, and better fupported than any, except the duke of Bourbon ; the lord de Licques, with a pennon ; fir Stephen de Sancerre, with the fame ; and then the pennon of the king of France, blazoned with his device : beflde it, was fir John le Barrois, with his pennon ornamented with his arms ; fir William Morles, with his banner ;, the lord • dé Longueval, with a pennon ; fir John de Roye, with a banner ; the lord de Bours, with a pennon ; the vifcount d'Aufnay, a banner ; and fir John de Vienna* admiral of France, with his ban-ner. Thofe on the left hand of the duke of Bourbon, were the lord d'Aufemont, with a bannqr ; fir John Beaufort, • baftard to the duke of Lancafter, a banner ; fir John le Bouteiller, an Englifhman, a pennon ; • fir John de Crama, a banner ; the foul-dich de l'Eftrade, a pennon ; fir John de Har-court^ a banner ; the lord Berald, count de Cler-mont, and dauphin of Auvergne, a banner, and with good array ; fir Hugh Dauphin, his brother, a pennon ; the lord de Berthencourt, a pennon ; the lord de Pierre Buffiere, a banner ; the lord de Saint Semere, a banner ; the lord de Xouvart, marfhal of the army, a pennon ; the bègue de O 3 ' Beaufle, 197


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