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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 390



The lord Charles of Blois was at that time return-ed to the country : but, as he could not bear arms himfelf, he, was perpetually teaming the regent of France to fend him a fufficiency of men.at arms to raife the fiege of Rennes. But the regent was too much occupied with the affairs of France, which werç in great confufion, to attend to his requeft, and therefore the fiege of Rennes was Hill con-tinued. CHAP. CLXXIII. A KNIGHT OP THE COUNTRY OF EVREUX, CALLED fclR WILLIAM DE GRATILLE, RE-CONQUERS THE CITY AND CASTLE OF EVREUX FROM THÉ KING OF FRANCE, WHO HAD TAKEN IT FROM THE KING OF NAVARRE. KNIGHT, named the lord de Graville, who was attached to the king of Navarre by his faith and oath, was much hurt at his imprifonment, as were likewife many of the .inhabitants of the Evreux; but they could not help themfelves fo long as the caille was in the enemy's poûeflion. This fir Wih liam lived about two (hort leagues from Evreux, and whenever he came to that city, was received by a citizen, who in former times had been a great friend to the king of, Navarre. • • When fir William came to the houfe of this citi-zen, he eat with him, and, during their repafts, difcourfed on various fubjc6ls, but generally of the B b 4 king 875 ' ••


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