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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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twenty men at arms, or thereabouts, combated with the commander for the king of England in Brittany, called ftr Thomas Daggeworth, before the caftle of Aurai. Sir Thomas* and all his men were flain, to the amount of about one hundred men at arms. On the 2M of Auguft in the fame year, king Philip of France departed this life atNogent le Roif, tad was carried to Nôtre Dame in Paris. On the Thurfday following, his body was buried at St. Denis, on the left hand ©# the great altar; his bowels were interred at the Jacobins at Paris, and his heart at the convent of the Carthufians at Bourg-fontaines in Valois. . . • The 26th day of September enfuing, John, eldeft fon of king Philip, was crowned king, on a Sunday, atRheims. His wife, queen Jane, was alfo crown-ed at the fame time. The king, on this occafion, made many knights : his eldeft fon,, the dauphine of, Vienne ; his fécond fon, Louis earl^f Alençon ; the earl of Eftampes ; the lord John d'Artois ; Philip duke of Orleans, of Chauvet, and other eftates which he had feized from Jane de Belleville. Cahours engaged, in return, to deliver into the king's hands Vaunes, Guerrande, Bred, Hennebon, &c.—Hist, de Bretagne. Raoul de Cahours was made commander in Poitou, by writ of privy feal, dated Elthara, 17th January 1347.— RYMER. The 4th July 1348, the M»g grants him jglOOO. a-year, in. Poitou, befides other advantages.—Idem. • Dugtiale.. in his Baronage, fays he • was flak through the treachery of the FiencK. * t A town, in Beauce, on the river Eure, five leagues from Chartres. • - " brother 26?


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