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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
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of that country, who advifed and conduced them. They remained fome time in the neighbourhood of Befançon, Dijon and Beaune, defpoiling every where, for none went out to oppofe them. They alfo took the good town of Guerchey * in the Beaunois, which they facked, and remained for a time near Vergy f, on account of the fertility of , that country. Their numbers were perpetually ïncreafing j for thofe who quitted the caftles and towns on their being furrendered, and who were * difbanded by their captains, came into thofe parts ; fo that by Lent they amounted to at leaft fixteen thoufand combatants. When they found their numbers fo great, they appointed many captains, whom all obeyed implicitly. I am able to name fome of their greateft leaders ; . and firft a knight from Gafcony, called fir Seguin de Batefol, who had under his command two thoufand combatants. There were alfo Tallebert Tallabaton, Guy du Pin, Efpiote, le petit Mechin, Battailler, Mannequin François, le Bourg de i FEfpare, Nandoz de Bauguerant, le Bourgcamus, le Bourg de Breteuil, la Nuyt, le Scot, Arbre* thouny, l'Allemant, Bourdonelle J, Bernard de la Salle, Robert Briquet, Carnelle, Aimenon d'Ortige, Garfiot du Châtel, Gironet du Paux, l'Ortingo de la Salle and many others. • A village in Champagne, near Joïgny. f Vergy,—a village of Burgundy, bajiiwick of Nuits, t if this do not mean the Scot Aberthouny, and the German Bourdoanelie I Thefe 74


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