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" ... with the aid of his four squires fought always in the chief of the battle. He was sore hurt in the body and in the visage : as long as his breath served him he fought. At last at the end of the battle his four squires took... "
A Genealogical History of the Dormant, Abeyant, Forfeited, and Extinct ... - Page 16
by Bernard Burke - 1866 - 636 pages
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Some account of the antiquities of Hawkstone, in the country of Salop [by J ...

Jane Hill - 1829
...him, he fought. At last, at the end of the Battel, his Four Esquires took and brought him out of the Field, and laid him under a Hedge to refresh him. And they unarm'd him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could. c " As soon as the Earl of Warwick and...
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A general and heraldic dictionary of the peerages of England, Ireland, and ...

John Burke - 1831 - 631 pages
...him, he fought. At last, at the end of the battel, his four enquire* took and brought him out of the field, and laid him under a hedge to refresh him, and they unarmed him, and bound up bis wounds as well as they could. 'As soon as the Earl of Warwick (continues the same authority,)...
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Historical notice of the English power in Acquitaine. The battle of Poitiers ...

Jean Froissart - Burgundy - 1832
...he fought ; at last, at the end of the battle, his four squires took him anu brought him out of the field and laid him under a hedge to refresh him ;...him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could. On the French party, king John was that day a full right good knight ; if the fourth part of his men...
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Some Account of the Antiquities of Hawkstone, in the County of Salop

Hawkstone (Shropshire) - 1835 - 92 pages
...him, he fought. At last, at the end of the Battel, his Four Esquires took and brought him out of the Field, and laid him under a Hedge to refresh him. And they unarm'd him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could. c " As soon as the Earl of Warwick and...
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Cabinet Pictures of English Life: Chaucer ...

John Saunders - 1845 - 260 pages
...battle, his four squires took him, and brought him out of the field, and laid him under a hedge side for to refresh him; and they unarmed him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could." This had scarcely been done, before a message came from the Black Prince, who had evidently been full...
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Half hours of English history, selected and illustr. by C. Knight

English history - 1851
...battle, his four squires took him and brought him out of the field, and laid him under a hedge-side for to refresh him, and they unarmed him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could." Scarcely was the fight over, before the prince, remembering him of his faithful servant, sent to him,...
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Half Hours of English History: From the Roman Period to the Death of ...

Great Britain - 1865 - 687 pages
...battle, his four squires took him and brought him out of the field, and laid him under a hedge-side for to refresh him, and they unarmed him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could." Scarcely was tho fight over, before the prince, remembering him of his faithful servant, sent to him,...
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Half Hours of English History: From the Roman Period to the Death of Elizabeth

Charles Knight - Great Britain - 1866 - 687 pages
...battle, his four squires took him and brought him out of the field. and laid him under a hedge-side for to refresh him, and they unarmed him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could." Scarcely was tho fight over, before the prince, remembering him of his faithful servant, sent to him,...
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The Battersea series of standard reading books for boys, Book 5

Evan Daniel - 1879
...battle, his four squires took him and brought him out of the field, and laid him under a hedge-side for to refresh him, and they unarmed him, and bound up his wounds as well as they could." Scarcely was the fight over, before the prince, remembering him of his faithful servant, sent to him,...
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Edward III & His Wars, 1327-1360: Extracts from the Chronicles of Froissart ...

William James Ashley - Great Britain - 1887 - 197 pages
...battle, his four squires took and brought him out of the field, and laid him under a hedgeside for to refresh him. And they unarmed him and bound up his wounds as well as they could. On the French part, king John was that day a full right good knight ; if the fourth part of his men...
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