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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 451



this firft day they made preparations feemingly for an affault on the following, and pointed their can-non againft the walls. When the inhabitants of Moiifac faw what was going forwards, they were much frightened, know-ing they could not lopg hold out ; for they were tm great want of all forts of provifion ; they opened a - treaty with the Englifh knights, which was fooft concluded. By it they acknowledged the prince of Wales for their lord, aad agreed to hold the town from him for ever, without fraud or treachery. Or which they had peace granted, and nothing was taken from them. v . ' - Sir John Chandos and the other knights, at thf requeft of the inhabitants, appointed a knight* palled fir Robert Mytton *, governor, will} twenty pen at arms and forty archets» to be roaipt*ine4 and paid «t the expenfe of the topn. Tl$ey thcsp. inarched tp Duraiei, where fir Robert Knoljes una his army were. There WH? great jpy »t their arrival, aad thus aU meeting together agaiq. Tfce pew confers unitç4 with their former friends in pu&ing qi^ the fiege tvith vigour. • • • • Mytton. • Saraes calk Mm Mutton, and quote* ' the truc ufc of ^rmoury, % th,ç life of tfc lord John Ckpiaf/ p. 88. . ' 437 CHAP.


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