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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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4-o6 -CHAP. CCLIII. THE EARLS OF CAMBRIDGE AJD OF PEMBROKE ARRIVE AT ANGOULEME. THE PRINCE SENDS THEM TO OVERRUN THE COUNTY OF PERI- GORD. SOME ENGLISH AIRE DEFEATED NEAR TO LUSIGNAN. ^J*H£ earls of Cambridge and Pembroke remain-ed at St. Malo with their troops, as has ;beea before faid, until all the free companies of then-party had come through the country with the af-fent of the duke of Brittany. When they had fuf-fitciently recruited themfèlves, and had permifliom to march, they fet out from St. Malo, and by eafy idays journeys arrived at Nantes, where the duke received thefe lords moft honourably, and kept them with him for three days, which were -fpentea magnificent feafts. On the fourth day they cKrffefl the .great river Loire over the bridge atNantes, and then continued their march *mti! they cime to An-«gtoulême, ^Where they found the prince and princefs. The prince wars much Tejoieed at the arrival rf tiis-'brother :the *arl of Cambridge and the carl of Pembroke. He inquired after the healths *of l)ie &ing his father, the queen, and his other brothers : to which ^queftions 'he received fatisfa&ory airfwers. After they bud remained with him three days, and 'had refrefhed'themfèlves, the {prince ordered ûmm to fet out from Angouleme, to make -an exourfioA into the county of Perigord. The two lords and the knights who had come with them from England inftantly made prépara* tions


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