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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
page 128



time-before it. However, at laft they furrendered*: upon condition of prefer? ingtheir lives and fortunes, and to be conducted in fafety to Bourdeaux. Wheçi thefe foreigners had left it, the town entered under obedience to the duke, who ftaid here with his whole army, and on the banks of the Garonne, until after Eafter, when he advanced towards port St. Marie upon the fame river. There were about two hundred Englilh to defend* the town and this paffage, who had ftrongly forti-fied it ; but they, and all within, were taken by aflault. - The French, after they had repaired and reinforced it with men at arms, (et out and took the road towards Aiguillon. CHAP. CX1X. • . • THE DURE OF NORMANDY LAYS SIEGE TO AIGUILLON, WITH A HUNDRED THOUSAND MEN. ^HE noblemen of France, under the command of the duke of Normandy, puflied on until they tame before the caftie of Aiguillon, when they en-camped and divided their forces in the extenfivé and handfome meadows on the banks of the river Garonne, which is- navigable for great veflels. Each lord was polled with his own people, and every company by itfelf, according to the orders ot t|€ marfiials of the army. This fiege continued tanttl the beginning of Octo-ber; and there w«e upwards of one hundred thott- .13'* ' * ftnd .115' '


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