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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
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ûioufand lance».2 Then, again addreffing himfelf to the lord d'Albret, he faid ; c Lord d'Albret, with great wiilingnefs I retain them all* ' Let it be fo, then, in God's name, my lord,' anfwered the lord d'Albret. This engagement was the caufe of much mifchief hereafter, as you will fee in the courfe of this hiftory. • CHAP. CCXXXII. THE VISCOUNT OF NARBONNE, THE SENESCHAf. OF TOULOUSE, WITH OTHER FRENCH LORDS, HAVING ATTACKED SOME OF THE FREE COM-PANIES, THAT WERE COME INTO FRANCE AO CORDING TO THE ORDERS OF THE PRINCE, * ARE DISCOMFITED NEAR MONTAUBAN.—-THE POPE FORBIDS THE PRISONERS, WHOM THE COMPANIES HAD TAKEN, AND SET FREE ON THEIR PAROLE AFTER THE COMBAT, TO KEE? THEIR FAITH, OR TO PAY ANY RANSOM. muft now return to thofe free companies who had become allied and conne&ed with the prince. 1 have already faid, that they had fuffered very great hardfhips before they entered his principality. As foon as they found themfelves clear of ail danger from Arragon and Catalonia, they divided themfelves into three bodies, with the confent of the earls of Foix and Armagnac and the lord d'Albret. One of thefe divifions marched along the borders of the countries of Foix and Touloufe ; another through the country of Armag-nac, and the third towards Albret. The firft divifion con- «5°


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