The White Company

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  • Chapter I: How the Black Sheep came forth from the Fold
  • Chapter II: How Alleyne Edricson came out into the World
  • Chapter III: How Hordle John cozened the Fuller of Lymington
  • Chapter IV: How the Bailiff of Southampton Slew the Two Masterless Men
  • Chapter V: How a Strange Company Gathered at the "Pied Merlin"
  • Chapter VI: How Samkin Aylward Wagered his Feather-bed
  • Chapter VII: How the Three Comrades Journeyed through the Woodlands
  • Chapter VIII: The Three Friends
  • Chapter IX: How Strange Things Befell in Minstead Wood
  • Chapter X: How Hordle John Found a Man whom he Might Follow
  • Chapter XI: How a Young Shepherd had a Perilous Flock
  • Chapter XII: How Alleyne Learned More than he could Teach
  • Chapter XIII: How the White Company set forth to the Wars
  • Chapter XIV: How Sir Nigel sought for a Wayside Venture
  • Chapter XV: How the Yellow Cog sailed forth from Lepe
  • Chapter XVI: How the Yellow Cog fought the Two Rover Galleys
  • Chapter XVII: How the Yellow Cog crossed the Bar of Gironde
  • Chapter XVIII: How Sir Nigel Loring put a Patch upon his Eye
  • Chapter XIX: How there was Stir at the Abbey of St. Andrew's
  • Chapter XX: How Alleyne Won his Place in an Honorable Guild
  • Chapter XXI: How Agostino Pisano Risked his Head
  • Chapter XXII: How the Bowmen held Wassail at the "Rose de Guienne"
  • Chapter XXIII: How England held the Lists at Bordeaux
  • Chapter XXIV: How a Champion came forth from the East
  • Chapter XXV: How Sir Nigel wrote to Twynham Castle
  • Chapter XXVI: How the Three Comrades Gained a Mighty Treasure
  • Chapter XXVII: How Roger Club-foot was Passed into Paradise
  • Chapter XXVIII: How the Comrades came over the Marches of France
  • Chapter XXIX: How the Blessed Hour of Sight Came to the Lady Tiphaine
  • Chapter XXX: How the Brushwood Men came to the Chateau of Villefranche
  • Chapter XXXI: How Five Men held the Keep of Villefranche
  • Chapter XXXII: How the Company took Counsel Round the Fallen Tree
  • Chapter XXXIII: How the Army made the Passage of Roncesvalles
  • Chapter XXXIV: How the Company Made Sport in the Vale of Pampeluna
  • Chapter XXXV: How Sir Nigel Hawked at an Eagle
  • Chapter XXXVI: How Sir Nigel Took the Patch from his Eye
  • Chapter XXXVII: How the White Company came to be Disbanded
  • Chapter XXXVIII: Of the Home-coming to Hampshire

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