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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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Ûteà pounds fterling a-year, and aflîgned the pay-aient of it on his cheÉ at Bruges. Me remained With the king at the fiege of Calais* until the town was won, as you will hear related* CHAP. CXL JTBfc ENGLISH CONgtJEft LÀ ROCHfe-D'EkfcifeN*,—TO WHICH PLACÉ THE LORO CHARLES OF BLOIS LAYS SIEOfL J HAVE abftained a tortg time from fpeakitig of the lord Charles of Blois, at that time duke of . Brittany* and of the countefs of Mbtttfort ; but it has been occafioned by the truce agreed to before Vannes, which was ftriétly obferved . each party, during that time, kept peaceably all that they had gained. . ' As foon as the truce was expired, the war was renewed vith vigour. The king of England had lent into Brittany fir Thomas Daggeworthf and fir John Hartwell ; and they had quitted the fiege of Calais with two hundred men at afms and four hundred archers. The countefs of Motttfort remained in the town of Hennebon; and (he had with her fir Taneguy du Chàtel, a knight from lower Brittany. The • * A town in Brittany, about two leagues from Tregukr* near Quingamp. t Sir Thomas taggeworth was appointed commander in Brittany* by writ of privy feal, dated Reading, January 10, 134/. —FŒDERA VOL, IL P ' Englilh m


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