Note 063
From Chapter 64 of the Decline & Fall

That military office, so respectable at present, was still more conspicuous when it was divided between two persons (Daniel, Hist. de la Milice Francoise, tom. ii. p. 5). One of these, the marshal of the crusade, was the famous Boucicault, who afterwards defended Constantinople, governed Genoa, invaded the coast of Asia, and died in the field of Azincour.

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