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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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OS Mortaigne* ijTPoitou, which was under the com-mand of the lord of BoucicàUlt ; and there was a lharp engagement,which epded *0 nothing, çfept leaving behind many pf their men deadend wounded. They returned, therefore,, and came hy Mirabeau and Aulnsty to the fiege before Blayés, where almoft every day there was fome gallant deecj' of arms performed. • The term of the month being expired, when thç town of Angoulême was to furrender, the earl fent his two marlhals thither, to whom they fwore ho-t mage and fealty,' in the name of the king of Eng-land:' the city, by this uieatisj enjoyed peace, qnd had their hoftages rei timed to thérii ; and the earl, it their re quell, made fir John "Norwich'+ governor *f -it •• 5 The fiege of Blàyçs was ftill continued, until the Englilh began to be weary-of it ; for winter was' approaching, and as yet they had gained no advan-tage. They held a council, to confider if it would not be better to retire to Bourdeaux, and return in % more favourable feafon. -This-was agreed to, and they decamped, patted the GaronKe, and came tot Bourdeau*. • Soon afterwards, the feart divided hw forces, and ferit detachments to different garrifons; to keep order,, and fpçeàd more over the country. , 4 • . »"« *• • *• * Diocefe qf.,Rochelle. ^ _ t x.. t Summoned to Parliament the l6tti and '34th Edwprd IJL^. SeePuoPALB. .: . ;\ • ••••* CHAP.


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