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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 449



&one over to the Englifh, they were very much thffieartened and alarmed* Finding that the city of Cahors was of too great an extent for them to hold faut againft: the Englifh, they departed, after having given up the town to thetrifhop and the inhabitants. They went td the priory, of Darnel, that was.npt for diftant* which they had fortified fome time be-fore, and was not difficult to defend., They enteped this place in good order, to wait for their enemies; who came as foon as they knew they had retired thither : they furrounded it, and made many ,a gallant attack: but thofe within^ being tried men at arms, and well fupplied with every thing, made Very light of it. As fodn as fir John dhandos, fir Thomas Felton, the captai de Buch, fir John de Pommiers, fir Thomas Percy, fir Euftace d'Ambreticourt, and the Other knights attached to the prince in Montauban, heard that fir Robert Knolles was befieging the Companies in.Durmel, they determined to march to his affiftanee ; for it feemed to them that much glory might be acquired. Upwards of three hun-dred lances went from Montauban, leaving behind in garrifon full two hundred, under the command of fir Aimery de Chartres, the fouldich de l'Eftrade, fir Bernardet d'Albreth and the lord de Gironde. They preffed their march to arrive at the fiege of Durmel. In their road, they came to a tolerably ftrong French town, called MoifTae *« It was only C ; • ' « , ,*t' I • MoîflTacj—a town of Quercy, on the Tarnc, fcvcn leagues from Montauban. Ff % guarded 435


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