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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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fufficiency of money for their own expenfes, and to pay their fellow-foldiers; and each let out, accord-ing to the orders he had received.. We will fpeak firft of the earl of Derby, as he had the greateft charge, which he conduced to Southampton, and, embarking on board the fleet itationed there for him, made fail for Bayonne : it was a handfome city, and had always held out for the Englilh. He arrived there without accident, on the 6th day of June 1344, when he difembarked and landed all his ûores : they were joyfully re-ceived by the inhabitants, and lie remained there feven days, to refreih himfelf and his horfes. ' The earl of Derby and his army left Bayonne the eighth day after his arrival, and let out for Bourdeaux, where a grand procefliou came out to receive him. The earl was lodged in the abbey of St. Andrew, and his people within the city. When the count de Li fie was informed of the arrival of the Englilh, he fent for the count de Comminges, the count de Perigord, the count de Carmain, thevifcount de Villemur, the count Duras, the count de Valentinois, the count de Mirande, the lord of Mirade, the lord de la Barde, the lord of Pincornet, the vifcouut de Ch&tillon, the lord of Chateauneuf, the lord de Lefcun, the abbot of St. Savin, and for all the other lords who were at-tached to the king of France. As foon as they were all affembled, lie demanded their couufel on the arrival of the earl of Derby. The lords, in reply, faid, they were fufficieutly ftrong to defend the paffage of the river Dordognç, ES at 53


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