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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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was #lpd what w« te be é§mM who repl&d, -ÏM them go, in Clod's name, whatever w^y they choofe j for *e caillot force them to Hay. I will keep thf ptomife Imade them.' Thus fir John Norwich paffed through the whole French army unhurt, and took the road to Aiguil-lon. When thpfe who were in garrifon there heard ifi what manner he bad efcaped and faved his men* they faid he had a6ted very cunningly. TJie inhabitants of Angoulême held a council on Candlemas day, and determined to furrender them-felves to the duke : they fent perfons properly au-thorised to treat, who managed fp wollf that the duke illewed them frierey, and pardoned them. He entered the city and caftle, where he received their homage, and appointed fir Anthony de Vil-ïiers governor, with a hundred foldiers to defend it. _ ' The duke afterwards decamped, and came before the çaftle of Dama^an,* which he laid fiege to for fourteen days. There were continued aflaults ; but at laft it was taken, and all within it, Gafcons and Englilh, put to the fword. The duke gave this caftle and its dependencies to a fquire, from Beaufle, named the Borgne de Nul-ly. He then came before Tonniens,f which is fituated ' on the Garonne, and which he found well provided with Gafcons and Englilh. ' There .were many attacks and Ikirpiilhes ; and he remained fome • A town m Gafcony, m the ek&ion of Condom. " ' t Dioctfe of Agçn. time . 114


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