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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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-Tli*-€fe*l'gfa^^ to one of his fquites, Ica'lfed' John Brifcoe*: His army took after-wards a fmall fortified town'upon the Garonne, called Tonniensf, and the ftrong caftle of Dama-zan* «whicb was well proviâed with men at arms, and archers. » He then cime to the city of Angou-lêmej, which he clofely befieged, and declared he would not' depart before it was in his pbfffeflion. Thetovirnfmeri, hearing this, entered into a treaty,-thatitheir city ihould remain unhurt for one month ; and twenty-four of the principal inhabitants were fent to Bourdeaux, as hoftages: if, during this time the king Ihould fend forces fufficient to make head agakift the earl of Derby, the hoftages Ihould be retorted, and they be accounted free to take which fide they plealbd ; but if other wife, they Would'put themfelves under the obedience of the king of Eng-land. - — The earl of Derby continued his march, and came . before Blaycs§, which he befieged on all fides. Two knights from Poitou were governors of it, named fir Guïfcard de rÀnglefl, and fir William de Roche-chouart, who declared they would never Awlender to any man, Whilft the Englilh were be-' fiqgiog, Brlayes; a detachment of them marched on to -* Blames calls him Briftol, but I fee no authority, t b\ the Agenobfe- diocefe of Agen, ' , I ^he capital of the, Aogoumois, / $ An ancient towu upon the Garonne. If See more of firnV and fir Frank van Halle, in the hïftorïea ttf jfte order of the garter, and alfo of fir Henry Eam. r . Mortaigne


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