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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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CHAP. CLV. The King of France îfFues oui Sum-mons for aflèmbling an Army to combat the Pfince of Wales, who was overrunning tfye Province of - ( ' Berry - " - Page 29* ÇLVI. The Prince of ^ales takes the Caf-. " ' tie of Romorantin - ' - «98 CLVII. The King of France leads a great - Army to the Battle of Poitiers 301 , É CLVIII. The Difpofition of the" French before the Battle of Poitiers ( - 306 CLIX. The Cardinal de Perigord endeavours to make Peace, between the King of France and the Prince of Wales, previous to the Battle of Poitiers 3If CLX. The Battle of Poitiers, between the Prince of Wtfles and the King of , France " " *" 3If *CLX. Two Frenchmen, running away from " ' * ' . " the Battle of Poitiers, are purfued by tWoEngliftinrn, who are them-felves made Prifoners • ? 332 CLXI. The Manner in which t King John . . " " was taken Prifoner at the Battle of • Poitiers : ' - - 33S . CLX1I. The Prince of Wales makes a hand-fotae Prefent to the Lord James Audjey, after the battle of Poitiers 340 ÇLXIII. The Englifli gain very confidently at ' the Battle of Poitiers - 34i CLXIV. The Lord James Audley gives to his ' ' ' Squires the Penfion of five hun-dred Marcs He had received from the Prince - ' ' * - 344 GLXV. The Prince of Wales entertains the r King of France at Supper, the Evening after the Battle .' - 341 CHAP,


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