James and Mary Ford, eds. Every Day in the Year. 1902.
Bois Ton Sang, Beaumanoir
By Frances Sargent Osgood (18111850)
A fight between thirty Bretons and thirty Englishmen, pitted against each other by Jean de Beaumanoir and Bemborough, an Englishman, to decide a contest. The contest is said to have taken place between the castles of Josselin and Ploermel on March 27, 1351, in France. The English were beaten.