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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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Thefereurfed peofde thus fupporfcd themfelves in the countries between P^ris, Noyoo, and*Soiflbns# and in all the territory of Coucy in the county of Valois. In the bishopries of Noyons, Laon, and Soiflbns, there were upwards of one iiundred caflles and goçd houfes of Jmights and fquires de^-ftroyedr CHAP. CLXXXI, fHE lilN€f OF NAVARRE DEFEATS JUAMY Of THESl VILLAINS £N BEAUVOISJS. THE PROVOST Of MERCHANTS BUILDS A WALL liOtfND PA&IÇ. ^THEN the gentlemen of Beauyoifis, Corbie, Vermandois, and of the lands where thefe wretches were ^ffoci^ted, ftw- to what lengths their madnefs b&d extended, they fent for fticcour tq their friends in glanders, Hainault, and Bohemia : from which places numbers foon came, and united them* felves with the gentlemen of the country. They began therefore to kill and deftroy thefe wretches lyJiereYer they met them, and hung them lp by troops on the neareft trees. The king of Navarre even deftroyed in one day, near Ctermont in Beauyoifis, upwards of three thoufand : but they were by tb|« time fo much increased in number, that had they been altogether, they would have amounted to more than one hundred thou fond. When- they were a&ed for what reafo» they a&ed fo wickedly j th#y feplied, they knew not, but they . di|l


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