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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 469



CHAP. CXCVIÎL THE PILLAGERS WHO HAD KEPT POSSESSION OF DIFFERENT FORTRESSES IN FRANCE BEGIN WON-DERFULLY TO FALL OFF. j^FTEE the defeat of Nogent for Seine, which 1 have juft related, the Country being cleared of the enemy, the French barons and men at arms re-turned to Troyes, carrying with them their booty ; but the prifoners they lent by different roads to fe-veral of the French garrifons, becaufe the common people at Troyes were defirous of putting them to death. • When thofe who had remained at Pont fur Seine heard that fir Euftace, their captain, was made pri-foner ; that all his army were flain or taken ; they packed up their baggage and fet out as quickly as poflible, for they were but a very few in number. Thofe alfo who were at Torcis*, Efpoyef, AufyJ;, Mery§, and PIeufy||, and in all the. forts that had been under the command of fir Euftace, did the fame, and left them void, for fear of the bifhop of Troyes and fir Broquart de Feneftrages, * A Tillage in Champagne, diocefe and ele&ion of Troyes. t A village in Champagne, diocefe of Rheinis. X AuiToo is a town and village in Champagne,—-Arcy le Pou-fard, election of Riieims. § Mery fur Seine,—a town in Champagne, diocefe of Troyes. " II A town in Champagne, diocefe of Troyes. who


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