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" And although the Englishe men were overpressed with the number of their adversaries, yet they never fled back one foote, till their captayne, the lorde Talbot, was sore wounded at the backe, and so was taken. "
Memoirs of Jeanne d'Arc, surnamed la pucelle d'Orléans; with the history of ... - Página 196
por Jeanne d' Arc (ste.) - 1824
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Memoirs of Jeanne D'Arc, Surnamed La Pucelle D'Orleans: With the ..., Volumen1

William Henry Ireland - 1824
...coming forward perceyved the horsemen, and imagining to deceyve their enemies, commaunded the footemeu to environe and enclose themselves about with their...lorde Scales, the lorde Hungerford, and Sir Thomas Rampstonn, were the chief: howbeit divers archers, which had shot all their arrowes, having onely their...
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Memoirs of Jeanne D'Arc, Surnamed La Pucelle D'Orleans: With the ..., Volumen1

William Henry Ireland - 1824
...the counsels of Charles VII. Page 90. In the course of this day much -was gained by the French, S/-c. Speaking of the unfortunate conflict at Pathay, Grafton...wounded at the backe, and so was taken. Then their hartcs began to faint, and they fled, in which flight there were slayne above twelve hundred, and taken...
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