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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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at Bergerac, againft the Englifh. This anfwer mightily pleafed the count de Lifle, who was at that time like a king in Gafcony, and had been fo fince the commencement of the wars between the two kings. He had taken the field, captured towns and cafttes, and waged war upon all who were of the Englifh party. Thefe lords fent immediately to aflemble their dependents on all fides, and advanced to Bergerac, where they entered the fuburbs, which are large, ftrong, and partly furrounded by the Dordogne. They had all their purveyances brought to them there in fafety. CHAP. CIL ' THE EARX OF BERBY CONQUERS BERGERAC*. ^HEN the earl of Derby had remained at Bor-deaux for about fifteen days, he was informed that the barons and knights of Gafcony were in Bergerac : he therefore, one morning, marched that way with his army, and ordered his marfhals, fir Walter Manny and fir Frank van Halle, to pufh forward. The Englifh marched that morning no more than three leagues, to a caftie called Mont-croullier, which belonged to them, and was fituated a fhort league from Bergerac At this caftie of Montcroullier, they tarried that day and night. The day following, their fcouts * A populous town in Perigord, diocefe of Perigueux. were M


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