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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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was beft to be done ; for they faw ttiat the town and caftie of Hennebon was too well provided with men and provifions for them to expeéi to make any impreffion there : and, on the other hand, the country round about was fo deftroyed that they had difficuly in finding forage v winter was alfo ap-proaching. They therefore determined to feparate ; and they earneftly advifed lord Charles to place fuf-ficient garrifons, with able and valiant captains^ in all the cailles and towns he had taken, to prevent his enemies frAm re-conquering them : • they agreed, that if any perfon fhould interfere, and propofe a truce, to laft until Whitfuntide, they would readily confent to it. CHAP. LXXXVIL • LORD CHARLES OF BLOIS TAKES THE TOWN AMU CASTLE 4F JUCION*. A Iili the army agreed to what this council had determined upon; for it was between the feafts of St. Remy and All faints 1342: they then fepa-jated, and went each to his country. Lord Charles marched to Carhaix, and took with him all the ba-rons and lords^ of Brittany that were of his party. He alfo kept with him many of the French nobles, tp advife with and confult. , , Whilft he was in Carhaix, fettling and ordering his different garrifons to their polls, it happened * In the diocefe of the St. Pol de Léon, five leagues from the fta, and fevea from St. Brieux. ' i 4 . that • 14 *


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