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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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reigns of Milan, and who fince reigned there in great profperity, came to a proper underftanding with him. About this time fir Seguin de Batefol, who had retained his garrifon at Ance upon the river Saone, took by fcalade a good city in Auvergne, called Brioude, and which is fituated on the river Allier. He maintained himfelf there for upwards of a year, and fortified it fo ftrongly that he was not afraid of an attack ; from this place he overran all the country as far as Clermont #, Tilhac, Fuy t, Cafe Dieu J, Montferrant §, Riom f, la Nonnette Uflfoire *% Oudalleft, and the lands of the count Dauphin, portion,except Bologna, which they fuffered Vifconti d'Olegio to carry from them. Tfyey obtained the fame year, from the emperor Charles IV. the vicegerency of Lombardy. Their union defended them againft a powerful league, formed by the Florentines, the marquifes of Efte, of Mantua and of Montferrat. In 1359, Galeas, affiftcd by his brother Ber-»abo»made the conqueft of Pavia, in the month of Novem-ber, after a long liege. In 1371, Bernabo acquired, from Feltrîn de Gonzague, the city of Reggio. Galeas died .1 fj9§ aged 59 years. Muratori gives a very bad character of him. See more of the honfe of Vifconti, in l'Art de veriôer les Dares, whence the above is taken. • Clermont, or Clermont Ferrand,—capital of Auvergne^ f Puy,—a village in Auvergne, diocefe of Clermont. % Cafe Dieu, Q^an abbey, diocefe of Auch. 1 I Montferrant,—a town in Auvergne, near Clermont. I Rion, Riom,—a city of Auvergne, near Clermont. % La Nonnette,—a town of Auvergne* election of, I noire. Unoire, Uflon,—a town of Auvergne, four leagues from Brioude* ff Oudalle I cannot |nd, nor Tilhac. Vhci 92


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