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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.11

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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.11
page 273



aflêmMed all his barons and vaflals of Hainault* The affcmbly confifted of the lord de Vertain, fc-néfchal of Hainault,, a very valiant man and re-nowned in arms ; the lords de Ligne and de Go-megines, whom he appointed marfhals of his army; the lords de Havreth, Michelet de Ligne, de La-lain, de Hordaing, de Chin, de Cautain, du Quef-noy, de Fieron, his brother John, the * lords de Bouflet, de Jumont, (who were knights ,always eager to meet their enemies, but at this time they had bleared eyes, red as crimfon) Robert le Roux ; the lords de Monthiaux, de Fontaines, de Seulles, the lords James de Sars, William de Hermes, and Pinchart his brother ; the lords de Lens, de Verlammont, Anfeaux de Traflèigines, Odes de SeauÇines and his brother Gerard ; the lord de Iftrc, his brother John: fir Anfeaux de Sars, Bridaux de Moptigny, Daniaux de la Poulie, Guy de la Poulie ; the lord de Mailing $ fir Floridas de Villiers, who was a moft valiant knight, and had gained, great renown for his gallant, deeds of arms againft the Turks and Saracens in the Holy Land; fir Euftace de Vertain, fir Fierabras de Vertain, who was but juft returned from England, and rejoiced his lord with the fuccefs of his miffion there ; the lord de Ofteven, fir Rafle de Montigny Thuq de Merfe ; the lord de Rorfin, fir Johi* d'Andregines, Perfaht his brother, and great numbers of other gentlemen and fquires, whom, having afiembled in his hall at Mons, he addrefled, faying, f th$t he hoped they would all arm, and provide themfelves with followers and every ne- ceiïàry,, •£67 • ,


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