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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 470



who were great warriors u they united themfelves With other garrifons at a diftance. Sir Peter Audley did not, for this check, quit Beaufort* ; nor fir John Segar, Nogent ; nor the lord Albret, Gié fur Aubef. About this time, the lord John of Piquigny died in an extraordinary manner at his caftle of la He-rielie, within three leagues of Amiens: it was re-ported that he was ftrangled by his chamberlain, and that Ik Luke de Bekufy, who was of his council, died much in the fame manner. Near this period, as fome of the foldiers belong- , ^ ing to fir Peter Audley were riding through the country, * they came to a good large village of the name of RonayJ, which they plundered; infomuch that, as the curate of the place was celebrating high mafs, an Engliih fquire entered the church, took the chalice from the altar, in which the curate was preparing to confecrate the precious body of our Saviour JESUS CHRIST, and caft the wine upon the floor. Upon the curate remonftrating with him for this conduét, he ftruckhim fo hard a blow with his gauntlet upon the hand, that the blood fpirted upon the altar. Thefepillagers then marched out into the fields, and the fquire carried with him the facred veflels and the cloth. * Beaufort les Regniconrt,—a village in Champagne, ele&ion pf Rheim*. t Gié,—a village in Champagne, ele&ion of Bar fur Aube, X Ronay,—a village in Champagne, diocefe and election of Troyes. Gg4 He 4SS


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