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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 455



They ^ecvApedt mà marched from Pam»G» taking the road far Gramat, which immediately fir-. rsaderçd : thf inhabitants turned again to the En-jgtHi thf moment they came before it. The chiefs god the amy remained for thf -e days in Gramat, tq rçfrefh themfeives, and during that time confidere4 whftber they fhould go next. When they went away*. tlnf s*q4e for i fortrefe which the companies had newly takes called Frons. As foc» as the garrifon fwcdkf «4 the Englifh advancing with fo great m fbrcçf and leamt that thofe of Gramat had become Englifhj t thsy aift çfeang«4&eir fidft, andfwore thatthey wot*ld be fidtMbt to tfo fogWh i bit they lei}- The Eft- • giih cmimwd their march, and halted before Jto« quenudour. The inhabitants had flrongly fortified • tberafeives, not having mj inclination to furrendeff The Englifh, having well examined thf fitiption. of the ton» of RoquemadQur hmï tip countenance iofitainàahiunts, brought forwd thw enginen n4 axtilkvy, and began tQ attach it with grot viv^djtj t and vigour, I em %t tint- many *nd flwp were • the attacks: feveral were Mn fpd wounded by tfw. arrows fpp thofe wifthin and vfttoul* TMf af&ult Jafted ar$ whole day. Towards ¥t%fin, tht Inglfh wàmi It tkff £&mp, with t|e intention of ranewing th# attaqfc qi the morrow : but during the night thofe of Roque* njadour, who the preceding day had fev rely felt thm prarage of their opponents, mê how har4iy fhey had pufhed them, called 4 Council. Th# wifeft-ftfnong them feid, that in time they mx& ftirrwelf ï fmdj if they were taken bj afliiuk* tfeey would all 44*


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