Anecdotes of Archery
Part 16 of 34
SIR WALTER AUFITH, fage and grave,
Was with SIR HENRY SHERBURN bent ;
And under BULMER'S banner brave
The Bifhoprie of Durham went.
Whom enfued SIR CHRISTOPHER WARD,
With him SIR EDWARD EFFINGHAM ;
Next went SIR NICHOLAS APPLEYARD,
SIR METHAM, SIDNEY, EVERINGHAM.
Next went SIR BOLD and BUTLER brave,
Two lufty Knights of Lancafhire;
Then BURKERTON bold and BYGOT grave,
With WARCUP wild, a worthy fquire.
Next RICHARD CHOLMLEY and CHRISTON ftout,
With men of Hatfield and of Hull ;
LAURENCE of Dun with all his rout,
The people frefh with them did pull.
JOHN CLARTICE then was 'nexed near
With STAPYLTON of ftomach ftern;
Next whom FITZ-WILLIAM forth did fare,
Who martial faites was not to learn.
The next the left-hand wing did wield,
SIR MARMADUKE CONSTABLE old;
With him a troop well tried in field,
And eke his fans and kinsfolk bold.
Next him in place was 'nexed near
LORD SCROOP of Bolton ftern and ftout,
On horfeback who had not his peer,
No Englifhman Scots more did doubt.
With him did wend all Wenfadale,
From Morton unto Moifdale Moor;
All they that dwelt on th' Banks of Swale,
With him were bent in harnefs ftour,
From Werefdale warlike wights did wend,
From Bifhop's Dale went bow-men bold,—
From Coverdale to Cotter-end,
And all to Kidfton caufey cold ;
From Mollerftang and Middleham,
And alt from Mafk and Middleconby,
And all that climb the mountain Cam,
Whofe crown from fnow Is feldom free ;
With lufty lads and large of length
Which dwelt at Seimer water-fide,
All Richmondfhire its total ftrength
The lufty Scroop did lead and guide.