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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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bad conquered the town, this chapel was inclofed* in it. The old man remembered all thefe circum-fiances perfectly well, for he had been prefent when the lord of Manny was interred. When fir Walter came to the fpot, where his father had been formerly buried, with his aged conduélor, he found there a fmall tomb of marble, which his fervants had creeled over him ; and the old man faid, $ You may be fferfeétly afiured, that your fathet was buried and lies under this tomb.' Sir Walter then caufed the infcription, which was in Latin, to be read to him by a clerk, and found -that the old man had told him the truth. Two days afterwards; he had the tomb opened, took out the bones of his fether, arid, placing thpM in a coffin* fent them to Valenciennes, in the county of Hainault, where they were again buried in the. church of the Frères Mineurs, near the choir. ' He ordered males- to be faid, and continued yearly. CHAP. CX. THE EARL OF DERBY CONQUERS THE CÀSTXÇ OF L\ ' RÇOLE. . ] 'JpHÈ earl of Derby was more than eleven weeks befieging the caftle * of la Rèole : the miners, tnwcvelf made4 fuch advances, $hat they had got under oue of the courts of the caftle ; but they could not undermine the dunçeon, foi it was built oiitod hard a roefc, ' ' G 3 'The 85


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