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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 184



Remained but one day there, and then fet out for Troyes in Champagne ; whence he took the road to Langres, fending every where for men at arms. The Burgundians were already collected, and drawn out as a frontier to their enemies : the archprieft, the lord of Chateau Vilain, the lord of Vergey, the lord of Grancy, the lord of Soubournon, the lord of Rougemont, and a very rich man called John of Boulogne, the lord of Prifes, fir Hugh de Vienne, the lord du Châtel, the bifhop of Langres, and feveral more, who. were all mightily rejoiced on the arrival of their lord the duke. They immediately marched againft their enemies, who were full fifteen hundred lances ; but they re-treated acrofs the Rhine. Upon which, the Bur-gundians entered the county of Montbelliard, and burnt the greater part of it. CHAP. CCXXIII. KING CHARLES ORDERS THE DUKE OF BURGUNDY TO BESIEGE LA CHARITE. HE WANTS IT TO SURRENDER UNCONDITIONALLY, THAT HE MAY SEND ASSISTANCE TO LORD CHARLES DE BLOIS, WHO IS CONTESTING THE DUCHY OF BRIT-TANY WITH THE EARL OF MONTFORT. JN the interim, the king of France fent his con-ftable, the lord Moreau de Fiennes, and two marfhals, the lord de Boucicaut and John de Mau-querchi, lord of Blainville, accompanied by many knights and fquires, to befiege la Charité upon the Loire. 170


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