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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 216



*kThey took- counfeî together, whether it would not be advifable to furrender, on haring their lives and fortunes fared, and on thefe terms entered into a negotiation -with- the earl. The earl, who had many-other places to look to, -and was not certain how the country would aô after this vi&ory, accepted tiîeir terms, allowing thofe who would not remain with Km ta depart according to their inclinations. He then took poffeffion of the caftle, new garrifoned it, and marched forward with Ms whole army, which- increâfedr* daHy ; for men at arms and archers came to him in crowds, and many knights and fquires turned to his party, efpecially thofe from lower Brittany. . • * - He came before .the, good town of Jugon% which fhut its gates againft him. He remained there 'three* \fey*,» artid ordered it to be affaulted twice, -which occafioned'many-both within and without thé walls ¥o%& badly :wot«ded. Thofe in Jêgoiï, fëeing'themfdves-thus hardly preffed, and no lopes ïf aid, • did not wife to be further haraffed : tfiey admowledged- therefore the earl of Montfort for their lord, opened the gates, and fwore homage and fealty to him, which they feithfully promifed to keep. "The earl changed all the municipal officers, appointing new ones m their Head. ": He then advanced towards"the city of Dinantt and laid fiege 'to it, whzcji continued during the J0^°%^rJi iraf^'in.Brrttaitx» ^PceAr of %. Pol. • f Dinan,—m confiderabfetown in. Srituayi diocdx: of St. \ ~ winter ; 202


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