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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. LXXXIV. SIR WALTER MANNY TARES THE CASTLE OF GOT LA FORET. T^fcïIS Girard de Maulin had a brother of the name of Rén$ de Maulin, who was captain of another little fort, called Faouet, fituated at leaft half a league from Roche Perion. When René heard that the Englilh and Bretons were attacking his brother, he armed forty of his companions, and fet out for Roche Perion, to adventure his own perfon, and to fee if by any means he could give aid to his brother. René therefore came fuddènly upon thofe knights and fquires, who lay wounded in the field, attended by their fervants ; and, falling upon them, made them prifoners, and drove them before him to Faouet, wounded as they were. Some of their attendands fled to fir Walter Manny, who was eagerly engaged at the affault : when they had informed him what had happened, he put an end to it, and with all his company, battened towards Faouet, in order to overtake thofe who were carry-ing his friends away prifoners ; but, 'with all his fpeed, he was not in time to hinder René from en-tering his caftle with them. When the Englilh and Bretons had come there, they direéily made an affault, tired as they were; but they did little, for the garrifon defended them-felves valiantly, and the night was far advanced. They lay before it that night, in order to renew the affault the pext day. B 3 ' Girard 5


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