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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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Courcy, and the lord Alexander de Haulfiel,* with their men* in Libourne. He*himfelf, accompanied by the earl of Oxford and fir Walter Manny, took the road for Bourdeaux, where they arrived. CHAP. CV fUE COUNT DE LISLE, LIEUTENANt FOR THE KlNO OF FRANCE IN GASCONY, LAYS SIEGE TO TEE CASTLE OF ALBEROCHE. ^HE.earl was joyfully received on his return to Bourdeaux : the clergy and inhabitants of the town came out to meet him, in a grand proceffion I they allowed him to take provifions, and whatever dfe hé defired, according to his will and pleafure ; and he and his army continued in the towEj amu* fing themfelves with the citizens and their wives. We will now return to the count de Lille, whom we left in la Rèole : as foon as he was informed that the earl of Derby had returned to Bourdeaux, and had taken up his refidence there; he did not think it • probable he would undertake any more expeditions this feafon. He fent letters, therefore, to the earls of Perigord, of Carmain, of Comminges, of Bruni-guel, and to all the barons of Gafcony that were in the French intereft, to defire that they would col-leét as many people as they could, and come with them properly armed, by an appointed day, to meet him at Auberoche, as he intended to befiege it. * Barnes makes him fir Alexander Huffcy, F 2 ' They 67


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