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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
page 427



town. Thé Englifh, however, behaved like gocxi and brave men, fupported each other, and in ap-pearance held thefe miners very cheap. CHÀP. CCLV. THE ARCHBISHOP OF TOULOUSE TURNS THE CITY OF CAHORS ANJ) SEVERAL OTHER TOWNS TO • THE PARTY OF THE KING OF FRANCE. THE DUKES OF GUELDRES AND OF JULIERS SEND DEFIANCES TO THE KING OF FRANCE. ly|/rHlLST the French men at arms were thus quartering themfèlves in Quercy, and upon ' the borders of Limoufin and Auvergne, the duke of Berry was in another part of this laft province, where he had a large body of men at arms, under fir John d'Armagnac, his brother-in-law, the lord John de Villemur, Roger de Beaufort, the lord de Beaujeu, the lords de Villars, de Sergnac, de Ca-lencon, fir Griffon de Montagu, fir Hugh Dauphin, and a great many other good knights. They made inroads on the confines of Rouergue, Ouercy and Limoufin, and carried ruin and devaftation wherever they went, for nothing was able to Hand before them. By the advice of the duke of Berry, the duke of Anjou fent the archbifhop of Touloufe from that city, during the time thefe armies were overrunning the Country, to the city of Cahors, of which place his brother was bifhop. This archbifhop was a very learned clerk, as well as a valiant man. He preach-ed 4^3


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