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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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3§6- CHAP. CGXLVm. THE EARL OF PERJGORD*, THE VISCOUNT O* CARMAING AND. OTHER BARONS Of GASCONS DEFEAT THE HIGH STEWARD OF ROUERGUE. Y^U have heard how much the prince of Wales was offended by the fummonsy which had been ferved on, him to appear at the court of the parlia-ment in Paris. It was fully his intention to perform the anfwer he had given to the commiffioners from the king, namely, that in the courfe of the fummer he would come and take his feat, and personally appear at the feafl of the lendit fv He therefore fent orders to thofe captains of Englifh and Gafcow companies who were attached to him, and in quar~ • The earls of Carmamg have* fince taken the name of. Foix, by an alliance with an heirefs 'of this name, who-brought to them the county of Foix, in. the* fourteenth ceo* tury. The earls of Perigord bear to this day the fame name ; they are like wife known under thofe of prince of Chalais,. earls of Perigord».or earls.of Taleyran, which is the primi^ tive name of their houfe., M. de Taleyran de Pèrîgord was bifhop of Autun, of which office he divefted himfelf, when,-in the courfe of the revolutionary furor, epifcopacy became unpopular, and Is now niinifler for foreign affairs- to the republic of France, 1803. f Lendit^—a great fair kept (în a field near St. Denis) from the-fécond Wednefday m June until MiaTummer eve,-—whence y Lendits,—gate-money, fairings, or yearly piefents be-llowed by the fcholars of the univerfityrefpecially thofe of Paris on their tutors.—'COTGRAVE. . ters.


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