A quarter of an hour afterwards he and his men were safely under the cannon of Pampeluna.
Arnold of Berlanda first traversed the pass of the Pyrenees, and came to Pampeluna.
The driver was a Pampeluna man and well-known to the sentries.
He died at Olite on the 8th of September 1425 and was buried at Pampeluna.
Thanks to him, the bulk of the soldiers were able to retire by the Pampeluna road; but it could scarcely be called an army.
There was a midnight train, he knew, from Pampeluna to Saragossa.
"I had better get back to Pampeluna," he said to his father.
Juanita was as safe perhaps in Pampeluna as anywhere in Northern Spain.
I cherish a hope of getting through the lines to-night to Pampeluna.
Its other neighbour, Pampeluna, remains to this day clerical and mysterious.