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“The capteine now past charge of this brutish blacke gard,”
“Rasser capteine of Arde, also Combernard capteine of Tirouan, Boid”
“Thomas Belfort, a right valiant capteine, and therewith returned into”
“Scotland, burning townes, villages, and castels, with a great part of the townes of Edenburgh and Léeth, [Sidenote: The duke of Rothsaie.] and besieged the castell of Edenburgh in the end of September, whereof was capteine Dauid duke of Rothsaie, and a prince of the realme, with”
“Noielles, monsieur Iohn de Hangests capteine of Bullongne, the lord de”
“Rambures, monsieur Lionell Darreis capteine of Graueling, monsieur Peter”
“The king aduertised of such rebellious exploits, enterprised by the said Owen, and his vnrulie complices, determined to chastise them, as disturbers of his peace, and so with an armie entered into Wales; but the Welshmen with their capteine withdrew into the mounteines of Snowdon, so to escape the reuenge, which the king meant towards them.”
“Manserd de Bos a valiant capteine was taken, and shortlie after put to death, as diuerse other were which the Burgognians bought of the”
“They that serue vnder a capteine be not careful for their liuyng, but lokinge for the sustenaunce of their capteine, only studye for thys to do hym faythful seruice, howe muche more shame is it that some menne that haue promised to fyght vnder Christ in the gospel, to distrust such a capteyne, and studye all they can to gather riches.”
“They on the other part make as stout resistance; and perceiuing that it stood them vpon, either to vanquish or to fall into vtter ruine, they raise a mightie strong host, and make Edgar Etheling their capteine, a comelie gentleman and”
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