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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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the chatrtber of peers at Paris. Much enraged was the prince, when it was told him : he faid, he would fmwe * fevere and early revenge for this, upon theperfons and lordfhips where this outrage: had been committed. He wrote dire&Iy to fix John Chandos, who had retired to his eftate at St. Sau-veur le Vieomte in Coirtanfin, ordering him to oome to him, without delay, as foon as he fhould have received his letter. Sir John Chandos, defirous of obeying the prince, made all poflible hafte, and came to Angou-lême to the prince, who received him with great joy. Soon after, the prince fent him to Montau-ban, witîh a large body of men at arms and archers, to make war upon the Gafcons and Rrench, who were every day increafing in numbers, making in-curfions upon the territories of the prince. Sir Thomas Wake collected his fcattered men as well as he could, and went to Rhodez, which he amply reinforced and re-vi&uaUed, as well as the caftle of Milhaud upon the confines of Montpel-lier,; and in every place he pyt .men at arms apd archers. Sir John Chandos made the town of Montauban his head-quarters, and gallantly defended the fron-tiers agatinft the Gafcons and French, with the other knights whom the prince of Wales had fent thither ; fuch as, the captai de Buch, the two bro-thers de Pommiers, fir John and fir Helie, the foul, dich de l'Eftrade, the lord of Partenay, the lord of Pons, fir Louis de Harcourt, the lord de Pinaine, - the lord de Taimaybouton and fir Richard de C c 3 Pont- 3%


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