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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.3

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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.3
page 59



AS France have always held them ; that which is ill demefne in demefne, and that which is in fief in fief, in fuch manner as will be hereafter explained ; that is to fay, the city, caftle and county of Poitiers, with all the lands and country of Poitou, together with the fief of Thouars* and the lands of Belleville f: the town and caftle of Saintes, and all the lands and territory of the county of Saintonge on each fide the river Charente, with the town and fortrefs of la Rochelle, their appurtenances and appendages : the city and caftle of Agen, and the country of Agenois : the city, town, caftle, and all the lands of Perigord, with the whole country of Perigueux : the city and caftle of Limoges and country of Limoufin : the city and caftle of Cahors and country of Cahorfin : the city, caftle and country of Tarbes ; the territory of the country of Bigorre : the country and lands of Gaure : the city and caftle of Angoulême, with all the country of Angoumois : the city and caftlé of Rodais, and the county and country of Rou-ergue : and if there fhould be any lords in the duchy of Guienne (fuch as the count de Foix, the count d'Armagnac, the count de Flfle, the vifcount de Carmain, the count de Perigord, the vifcount de Limoges or others,) that hold any lands within the boundaries of the above-mentioned places, they fball be bounden to do us homage, and all other * Thouarg,—an ancient city on a hill, and on the river Thoue, fixtecu leagues from Poitiers. f Belleville. There are two villages in Poitcu of this name,—one near Niort, the other near les Sables d'Olonne. fervices


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