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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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them with kiffes and embraces : flie gave a grand dinner and entertainment to all the knights and inquires of renown. At this period, the lord Charles had conquered the town of Vannes, and was befieging Carhaix. The countefs and fir Walter Manny lent fpecial meffengers to king Edward, to inform him how the lord Charles of Blois, and the lords of France, had re-captured Hennés, Vannes, and many other large towns and cailles in Brittany ; and that, unlefs there were fuccours fpeedily fent, they would gain the remainder of that duchy. The ambaffadors fet out from Hennebon, and arrived at Cornwall, whence they journeyed to-wards Windfor. We will now return to lord Charles of Blois, who had fo preffed the town of Carhaix by his attacks and his engines, that it was furrendered to -him, the lives and fortunes of the inhabitants being preferved. ' He pardoned what was paffed, and the inhabitants fwore homage and fealty to him, acknowledging him for their true lord. Lord Charles placed new officers in the town, and remained there with the lords of France, to recruit themfelves and the army. He held a coun-cil upon marching to Hennebon, which being de-termined on, they befieged it as clofely as they were able. That town was very well provided with men, provifions and ammunition. The lord Lewis of Spain came to thefe lords the fourth day after they had begun the fiege : he had remained at Rennes fix weeks, in order to have his "8


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