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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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lie #ME Dfrktf m rftfhttjmrir utiiicrtÈS' Wiirf À &reà*' lâRMY Ifffd GASCrfrfy; AfeAfrlàT ltttt EARL OF 0ERBY. ' iplïË king of frntàcè, Having received informa-tion of 'the expeditions and conquers that the earl of lîerby had made in Gafcony, iflued a fpeciaf fiimmons for air nobles, and others, that were ca-pable oxf bearing arms, to affemble in the cities ot Orleans and Bourges, and in that neighbourhood, by a certain day. In obedience to this ûimmofts, {Kere caifre to Paris, Eudes diike of Burgundy, and his Ion tliè earl of Artois and Boulogne : they prefentéd them-felves before the king with a thoufand lances. Next came the. duke of Bourbon, the earl of ÏWthieu his brother; then the earlof Ëu Guig«es eonftuble of France, each attended by a numerous tJodf of men at* arms.. The earlof Tancarville,thedauphmeof&uvergne* tfcè gàïls of forêts, Dammàrtin, Vendôme;- thie Ibrds of Coney, of Craon, of Sully, of Ërelhes, of Bcaujeii; of Royè, the bilhop ô^Beàuvais, tïie lord Joliri of Chalons, and many otters aflembled at Or-ïêàtià ; ahdall thofe from the well fide of the"" Loire: thoïfe ftoth ttle eàftern fide and beyontf Poitou, Sain-tbftgë, lâ Rochelle, Quércy, Liibeufiiî, Auvergne, aifeMbled^theneighbourhob Thefe «fit'atittaurffced towards Rbùergue, where they fbund 1


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