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Detail from page 555 of Volume 3 of The chronicles, by Raphael Holinshed.

This edition was printed in London in 1587.

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Extract from Holinshed's Chronicles, which reads as follows: "There were taken prisoners, Charles Duke of Orleance nephue to the French king, John Duke of Burbon, the lord Bouciqualt one of the marshals of France (le later died in England) with a number of other lords, knights, and esquiers, at the least fifteen hundred, besides the common people. There were slaine in all of the French part to the number of ten thousand men, whereof were princes and noble men bearing baners one hundred twentie and six..."
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