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  • campaign of 1385, at the head of twenty men-at-arms and thirty archers (Archæologia), and clung to Richard’s cause when assailed in 1386. At the close of that
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  • narrow escapes while in the royal camp. For instance, Edward Norgate, Windsor herald, writing from Berwick to his cousin Thomas Read, on 3 June 1639
    345 bytes (1,123 words) - 13:28, 12 April 2012
  • plates of arms in St. George's Chapel, Windsor. His stall was the eleventh on the prince's side ; his plate of arms, though in existence in 1569, has
    454 bytes (786 words) - 05:03, 22 November 2013
  • surveyor of Windsor Forest and chief warden and surveyor of the royal castles of Windsor, Leeds, Dover, and Hadleigh. He superintended the erection of the
    443 bytes (4,818 words) - 22:31, 18 September 2011
  • summonses involved the creation of a new English earldom of Angus. That opinion is maintained by F. Townsend, Windsor herald, in ‘Collectanea Topographica
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  • knightly skill, and in 1386 he distinguished himself in some great jousts at London. In July 1386 John of Gaunt, when sailing in quest of his throne, was accompanied
    298 bytes (10,540 words) - 18:30, 10 December 2012
  • about seventeen years of age. Evidence on this point is furnished by Chaucer himself in tile deposition he made in 1386 in favour of Richard lord Scrope's
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  • Beatrice, daughter of Ferdinand, king of Portugal, by the treaty of Estremoz (1380), as a condition of assistance against Henry of Castille, he was taken
    385 bytes (2,742 words) - 09:21, 21 February 2013
  • III (1312–1377), king, eldest son of Edward II and Isabella, daughter of Philip IV of France, was born at Windsor Castle on 13 Nov. 1312, and was baptised
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  • repetition of the coup d'état of 1386, and denounced it as a grave infringement of his ‘Regalie et Roial Estat et Libertie.’ The growing disquiet of Gloucester
    301 bytes (11,356 words) - 15:57, 30 January 2011
  • ill-pleased at the prospect of being rid of his uncle, gave him all assistance. In the winter of 1385 and beginning of 1386 preparations were pushed on
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  • Winkelried, Arnold von, a brave Swiss who, on the field of Sempach, on 9th June 1386, rushed on the lances of the opposing Austrians, and so opened a way for
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  • at Sempach in 1386 and decided the fate of the battle. Arnott, Dr. Neil, a native of Arbroath, author of the “Elements of Physics” and of several hygienic
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  • Sempach (1), a small Swiss town, 9 m. NW. of Lucerne, on the Lake of Sempach; here on the 9th of July 1386 a body of 1500 Swiss soldiers completely routed
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  • pensions as usual, in two sums of 6l. 13s. 4d. each; and, on account of his wife's pension, 3l. 6s. 8d. § 26. 1386. In 1386, as shewn by the Issue Rolls
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  • Peasant Revolt drove him into Scotland; in 1386 he made another ineffectual attempt to gain the crown of Castile; in his later years he was engaged in
    271 KB (42,969 words) - 18:26, 27 September 2010
  • de Felbrigge. 1386, John son of Simon Wanrod of Totington. Andrew de Branton of Branton. 1404, Simon Dack of Wood-Dalling. Roger Dack of Heydon, and Robert
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