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The White Company.

Author: Arthur Conan Doyle
Publisher: New York, Dodd, Mead [1962]
Series: Great illustrated classics
Edition/Format:   Print book : Fiction : EnglishView all editions and formats
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In 1366, while England is at war with Spain, young Alleyne Edricson becomes a squire to Sir Nigel Loring and travels to France to join a bold band of archers known as the White Company.
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Genre/Form: Fiction
Historical fiction
War stories
Material Type: Fiction
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Arthur Conan Doyle
OCLC Number: 1420366
Description: 363 pages illustrations 22 cm.
Contents: How the Black Sheep came Forth from the Fold --
How Alleyne Edicson came Out into the World --
How Hordle John cozened the Fuller of Lymington --
How the Bailiff of Southampton Slew the Two Masterless Men --
How a Strange Company Gathered at the "Pied Merlin" --
How Samkin Aylward Wagered his Feather-bed --
How the Three Comrades Journeyed through the Woodlands --
The Three Friends --
How Strange Things Befell in Minstead Wood --
How Hordle John Found a Man whom he Might Follow --
How a Young Shepherd had a Perilous Flock --
How Alleyne Learned More Than he Could Teach --
How the White Company set Forth to the Wars --
How Sir Nigel Sought for a Wayside Venture --
How the Yellow Cog sailed Forth from Lepe --
How the Yellow Cog Fought the Two Rover Galleys --
How the Yellow Cog Crossed the Bar of Gironde --
How Sir Nigel Loring put a Patch upon his Eye --
How there was a Stir at the Abbey of St. Andrew's --
How Alleyne Won his Place in an Honorable Guild --
How Agostino Pisano Risked his Head --
How the Bowmen held Wassail at the "Rose de Guienne" --
How England held the Lists at Bordeaux --
How a Champion came Forth from the East --
How Sir Nigel wrote to Twynham Castle --
How the Three Comrades Gained a Mighty Treasure --
How Roger Club-foot was Passed into Paradise --
How the Comrades came over the Marches of France --
How the Blessed Hour of Sight Came to the Lady Tiphaine --
How the Brushwood Men came to the Chateau of Villefranche --
How Five Men held the Keep of Villefranche --
How the Company took Counsel Round the Fallen Tree --
How the Army made the Passage of Roncesvalles --
How the Company Made Sport in the Vale of Pampeluna --
How Sir Nigel Hawked at an Eagle --
How Sir Nigel Took the Patch from his Eye --
How the White Company came to be Disbanded --
Of the Home-coming to Hampshire.
Series Title: Great illustrated classics
Responsibility: With biographical illus. and pictures of the setting of the story, together with an introd. by Donald J. Harvey.

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In 1366, while England is at war with Spain, young Alleyne Edricson becomes a squire to Sir Nigel Loring and travels to France to join a bold band of archers known as the White Company.

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