Four of the captains who had misbehaved on the 3rd of June were shot for cowardice, and others were dismissed.
Xvii.) he complains that the young men misbehaved with the sisters after the agape.
On the 12th of July he fought the action of Fatehpur, and gained his first victory, though the irregular cavalry misbehaved and were subsequently disarmed.
Loyalty was such an uncertain thing that the king might call out great ]evies yet be forced to doubt whether they would fight for himat Stoke Field it seems that a large part of Henrys army misbehaved, much as that of Richard III.
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