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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 187



m tttafthed through Tours, in his way to Brittany. The lord de Boucicaut went to guard Normandy hi his place. Sir Bertrand continued his match until he came to Nantes, where he met the lord Charles de Blois and his lady. They received him very kindly, and thanked him much for coming to their affifiance. They had then a long conference, upon what was to be done ; for they were in the bell parts of Brit-tany, which were much attached to the lord Charles de Blois, as their duke and lord, and willing to fupport him. They conferred alfo on the means of raifing the fiege of Auray, and fighting with the lord John de Montfort. Within- a very fhort time, many barons and knights came thither from France and Normandy : among whom were the earl of Auxerre, the earl of * Joigny, the lord de Franville, the lord de Prie, le Bègue de Villaines, and many other knights and fquires, all of the right fort, and good men at arms. News was brought to the lord John de Montfort, at that time befieging Auray, that the lord Charles de Blois was affembiing large bodies of men ; that a /number of the lords of France had come to him, and were daily arriving, to affifl: him, in con-junction with thofe* barons, knights and fquires of Brittany who had remained Ready to his intereft. As foon as lord John heard this, he made it known in the duchy of Acquitaine to the knights and fquires of England who were there, and in particular to fir John Chandos, earneftly intreating them to come to his aid in the difficulties he was 9 about


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