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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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if the Englilh, who were befote Vannes, had not - haftened to their affiftance. When this news wai brought to the army, every one wa^ in motion : but, notwithftanding the fpeed they made, they could not prevent the lord Lewis and his party from carrying off four veflels laden with provi-fioné, and finking three others, the crews of vrhich were all drowned. The king, was then advifed to fend one part of his fleet to the harbour of Breft, and the other to that of Hennebon, which he complied with, ' and continued to befiege both Vannes and Rennes, • . CHAP, XCVI; THE DUKE Of NOfcMANDY BRINGS WIfH HIM SOME LORDS OF FRANCE, TO OPPOSE THE KING o* ENGLAND IN BRITTANY. ^/"E will now return to the artoy whicli the duke . • of Normandy was marching into Brittany, to aflift his coufin the lord Charles of Blois. " The duke after having colleéted his forées, was informed how the king of England was laying wafle all the country of Brittany ; that he was befieging three cities, and had taken the town of Binant : he fet out therefore with a very great force, from the city of Angers, having more than four thoufand men at arms, and thirty thoufand others. All the haggage took the high road for Nantes, under the command of the two marihals of France, the lord of Montmorency, and the lord de St. Venant. After them came the duke of Normandy, the earl d'Alençon


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