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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 208



mi the îorf-Charits were found or made priftmefV no ranfom ihould be taken for him, but that thep ihould kill Mm. In a fimilar cafe, the French audi Bretons had gmn the like ardcfi ydpeding thr lord John At Montfort f for in tHe day each parly wifced, by tattle, to put an end to the war. When a purfuit took place,, greet flaughter me many mifchiefs happened, mi feveral good men: itère killed or made prifoners* The whole flower of chivalry, who had that day taken the fide of lord Charles de Biois were cither prifoners w flam, pw-tjcutariy the bannerets of Brittany. Among the dead, lay the lord Charles de Dinan, the fords de Léon, d'Aitcenis, d'Avaugour, de Lohéac, de Gar-golle, de Mateftroît, du fbnt, md moy wfaofe aunes I cannot remember. There were made pri* fetters, the vifcount de Rohan, fir Gtfy de Léon, the lords de Rochefort,* de Raix, de Rieux, de Tournesmne, fir Henry de Maleftroit, fir Olivier de Manny, the fords de Riville, de Franviile, de Ramevat, with fareral from Normandy, and many good «gbt§ «nd {quires from France, with the earb of Auxerre tad fcigny. in a word the defeat and lofs fpere îmmeafe : numbers nr»e flain in the field, as weH as in the purfuit, which continued for right good leagues, even as far as Vannes. A variety of accidents happened this day which have never come to my knowledge, and many a man wte killed or made prifoner. Some lei into good hands, where they met with kind mil civil maftez*. - This battle was fought near to Auray, in the year of our l*rd 13641 CHAP.


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