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" ... constable, and others of the princes, to confess their sins with sincere contrition, and to fight boldly against the enemy. The English loudly sounded their trumpets as they approached, and the French stooped to prevent the arrows hitting them on... "
The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet: Containing an Account of the ... - Seite 338
von Enguerrand de Monstrelet - 1867
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The History of the Battle of Agincourt; and of the Expedition of Henry the ...

Sir Nicholas Harris Nicolas - 1827 - 129 Seiten
...the distance and his men in the before^mentioned villages and closes., with directions to was now hat small between the two armies, although the French...numbers of the French were slain and severely wounded bv the English bowmen. At length the English gained on them so ranch, and were so close, that excepting...
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The Romance of History: England

Henry Neele - 1828
...approached, and the French stooped to prevent the arrows hitting them on the visors of their helmets. Tims the distance was now but small between the two armies,...so close, that, excepting the front line and such of them as had shortened their lances, the enemy could not raise their hands against them. The division...
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The United Service Journal

1833
...approached ; and the French stooped to prevent the arrows entering through the visors of their bacinets ; thus, the distance was now but small between the two...slain and severely wounded by the English bowmen. When the English reached them they were so close and crowded, that excepting some of the front line,...
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The Chronicles of Enguerrand de Monstrelet: Containing an Account of the ...

Enguerrand de Monstrelet - 1840
...full age till 9 H. VI. Sir Thomas Beaumont, brother of lord Henry, may be the person here meant. f Robert, lord Willoughby of Eresby, distinguished among...their lances, the enemy could not raise their hands agamst them. The division under sir Clugnet de Brabant, of eight hundred men-at-arms, who were intended...
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The Youth's Historical Gift: A Christmas, New-Year and Birth-day Present ...

R. M. Evans - 1847
...loose, and hatchets or swords hanging to their girdles ; some indeed were barefooted and without hats. When the French observed the English thus advance,...lances, the enemy could not raise their hands against 5 them. The division under Sir Clugnet de Brabant, of eight hundred men-at-arms, who were intended...
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England

Nīlakaṇṭha Mimaṃsakabhaṭṭa (son of Ṣaṇkara.) - 1872
...some paces : before, however, the general attack commenced, numbers of the French were either slain or severely wounded by the English bowmen. At length...so close, that, excepting the front line, and such of them as had shortened their lances, the enemy could not raise their hands against them. The division...
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The United Service Magazine, Teil 3

1833
...approached ; and the French stooped to prevent the arrows entering through the visors of their bacineis ; thus, the distance was now but small between the two...slain and severely wounded by the English bowmen. When the English reached them they were so close and crowded, that excepting some of the front line,...
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