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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 189



We will now return to the lord Charles de Blois, who remained in the good city of Nantes, and made theft his mufters of knights and fquires from all parts ; for he had been informed that the earl of Montfort had been ftrongly reinforced by the Englifh. He therefore intreated thofe barons, knights and fquires whofe homage he had received, to affift him in guarding his inheritance, and in de-fending him againft his enemies. Among the barons of Brittany who came to fefve him, in obedience to his fummons, were the vifcount de Rohan, the lords de Léon, Charles de Dinan, de Rieux, de Tournemine, d'Ancenis, de Male* ftroit, de Quentin, d'Avaugour, de Lohéac, du Pont, and many others whom I cannot name. * Thefe lords and their companies were quartered in the city of Nantes, and in the villages around it. When they were muftered, they were eftimated, at two thoufand five hundred lances, including thofe who had come from France. Thefe lords did not wifh to make any long flay, but advifed the lord Charles to march againft his enemies. When the lord Charles was about to fet out, and was taking leave of the lady his wife, fhe faid to him, in the prefence of fir Bertrand du Guefclin and fome of the barons of Brittany ; ' My lord, you are going to defend your inheritance and mine (for that which is mine is yours *), which the lord John de # ' Johanna, couotefsof- PenthtVvre, horn 1319, was/nade heircfs of Brittany by her uncle, John Ilk who* to ilrengthen her t7s


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