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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 215



• The iang of England, the carl of Plandep tod the other barpns, ftaid at Doter three dty% which were fpent in feafts aad enteirtaiiiiiients. When they indulged in thefe fuf&dendy, and had finHhed the afiairs on which they had met, the earl of Flandçrs took bis leave of the king, and departeds It feems to me, that the duke of Lancafter and the lord Edmund eroded the channel with the earl, apd attended him pntil he arrived at Bruges. We will not fpeak longer of this matter* but Ktujn to the earl of Montfort, and mention how he coadjâid himfelf in IJrittany, CHâP. CCXXftL* Tflg SAUL OF MONTFORT CONÇU*RS Al{RAY AND SEVERAL OTHER PLACES FROM TR8 WIDOW OF LORD CHARLES DR 8LOIS*#*INO CHARLES IN-TÇ^POSSS JETWEEN THEM, AND MAKES PlACl. : pA PEACE 1| ALSO MADE BETWEEN THE KjNOt OF FRANCE 4ND NAVARRE, THROUGH TME MS- % DIUM OF THf Ç/kFTAL DE J|¥CH. ^HE earl of Montfort, as it has been before re-lated, laid fiege to Auray. and declared that he would not leave it urçtil he Ipd conquered it ; at which thofe of the çafUe were not very well pleafed. They had loft their captain, Henri de Hauternelle, who had fallen in the battle with the flower of the garrifon ; fo that they were very few to defend it, pnd without hope of afliftance* tot


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