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Anecdotes of Archery
Part 17 of 34

Next went SIR PHILIP TILNEY tall,
With him SIR THOMAS BARKLEY brave,
SIR JOHN RADCLIFFE in arms royal,
And eke SIR WILLIAM GASCOIN grave.

Next whom did pafs with all his rout,
SIR CHRISTOPHER PICKERING proud,
With SIR BRYAN STAPYLTON ftout,
Two valiant knights of noble blood.

Next with SIR JOHN STANLEY there yede
The BISHOP of ELY'S fervants bold,
SIR LIONEL PERCY eke did lead
Some hundred men well tried and told.

Next went SIR MINHAM MARKINFIL[40]
In armour-coat of cunning work;
The next went SIR JOHN MAUNDEVILL,
With him the citizens of York.

SIR GEORGE DARCY in banner bright
Did bear a bloody broken fpear,
Next went SIR MAGNUS with his might,
And CHOSTANCE bold of lufty cheer.

SIR GUY DAWNIE with his glorious rout,
And then M'DAWBIE'S fervants bold,
Then RICHARD TEMPEST with his rout,
In rere-ward thus their 'ray did hold.

The right-hand wing with all his rout
The lufty LORD DACRES did lead[41],
With him the bows of Kendal ftout
With milk-white coats and croffes red.

All Kefwick eke and Cockermouth,
And all from Cop eland's craggy hills,
All Weftmoreland both north and Couth,
Whofe weapons were huge maffy bills.

All Carlifle eke and Cumberland,
They with LORD DACRES proud did pafs,
From Branton and from Broughly fands
From Grayftone and from Raven-Glafs.

With ftriplings ftrong from Stanemore fide,
And Auftin-moor men marched kene;
All thofe that Gilfland grave did hide,
With horfemen light from Hefham-Leaven.

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