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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 bridge of Nantes, engaging not to do any naif-chief on their march. At this time, fir Hugh Calverley was on the borders of Arragon, with a large body of the free companies, who had lately quitted Spain* As foon as he heard that the French were making war upon the prince, he fet off with all the men at arms of of the companies, paled through Arragon and Foix, entered Bigorre, and haftened until he camé to the prince, who at that time held his court in the city of Angouleme. When the prince faw him arrive, he gave him a handfome reception, and thanked him much for the affiftance he had brought. He prevailed with him to be his gueft until the companies which had left Normandy (having firft fold thofe fortreffes which they held there) were come ; for the Bretons ai* lowed them to pafs through their country, provided they behaved themfelves well. As foon as they were arrived at Angouleme and in that neighbour-hood, the prince appointed fir Hugh Calverley to be their captain. They were in the whole, including thofe who had come with him from Arragon, two thoufand fighting men. The prince immediately ordered them to march to the eftates of the earl of Armagnac and the lord d'Albret, to burn and deftroy them. In confes quence of this order, they made a very difailrous war, and did great damages. Dd3 CHAP. é 4°S


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