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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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eçfties and fortified houfes. At any time they pleafed, they could bring into the field more thaw tw# thoufand combatants. That whole diftriét was under their fubjeftion : they ranfomed or robbed every one. • They had pil* kged and burnt the good towns of Ay, Éperaay*, and Vertusf, and all the chief towns on the Marne, as far as Chateau Thierry^, with thofe thfrt were in the neighbourhood of Rheimsf, They had alfo taken the good town and caftle of itawy% and the ftrong caftle of Hansf in Champagne, afcend-, mg the fiver as far as St. Antoine in Pertois**. Further advanced on the borders of Burgundy* and Pertois, Thibat de Chaufour and John d# Chaufour had taken up their quarters in the name éf the king of Navarre. They bad got pofleffion •f a ftrOog caftle- called Mont Sangonff, in the diocefe of Laogrea ; in which they had a garrifon .of four hundred men, who fcoured the country as far as the bifhoprick of Verdun and the country of Soifibas. * Aii ancient city of Champagne, dîocefë ôf Rheims, thirfy-fhree leagues from Paris. t A town in Champagne, near Epernay. t A city in Brie, diocefe of Sortions, twenty-ose leagues *ni a half from Paris. § An ancient city and archbifhopriek in Champagne, thirty-eight leagues from Paris. • I) A Tillage in Champagne, cHoeeJè and eleétian of TYoyes. % A village in Champagne, election of St. Meqehooid. ' ** Pertois,—a fertile country of Champagne* it Q. if not Monfaujonî which is in the diocefc of tangr*». Between m


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