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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 459



he afterwards married. Thi* lady was greatly at-tached to fir Euftace, for Ms gallant deeds of* arms, wfiieh had been related to her ; and (he fent him courfers, bachneys, and letters full of love, which ' fomuch emboldened fir Euftace, and fpurred hint té* perform fuch feats of chivalry and of 'arms, that all thofe under him made fortunes. . . CHAP. CXCY. THREE QUEENS, WITH THE HAVAER01S, ARE BE-SIEGED IN MELUN. 4 ^FTER the furrender of St. Valéry, as^you have heard related, the duke of Normandy colle&ed upwards of three thoufand lances, fet out from Paris, and laid fiege to J^lèhin on the Seine, of which the Navarrois, kept paffeffiom i At th|Lt time, three queet* refided therein : Jane/ 'aunt to the king of Navarre arid widow of Charles kit% of'Frame;' Blanche, widow of king Philip of prance and filler io thé king of Navarre ;: the third was the queen of Navarre, fifter to the duke of Norùiandy; ; • The duke of Normandy fent his forcés thither^ but did not accompany them in perfon : they were under the command of the lord Morel de Fienttes, conftable of France, the earl de St. Pol, the lord Arnold d'Andreghen, marihal of France, the lord Arnold de.Coucy, the bilhop of Troyes, the lord Broquart de Feneftrages, Peter du Bar and Philip des 444 '


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