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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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idhn Mountague and feveral others^ had alio re-turned from Perigord. We will now mention the companies and men at arms who had feparated from Sir John Chandos, and how they profpqred. . : CHAP, CCLUV. THE FREE COMPANIES ATTACHED TO THE EHG« LISH TARS THE CASTLE OF BELLEPERCHE #t AND THE MOTHER OF THÉ DUKE OF BOURBON • ' WHO WAS IN IT.—THEY ALSO TAKE THE STRONG CASTLE OF ST. SAUVEURf EN ÈÊRRY." A MONG the leaders of thefe companies, there were three fquires from the territories of the prince, who were great captains and valiant men at arms, very enterprifing, and determined fcalers of tbrtrefles. One of them was ïiamed Ortingd, another Bernard de Wile, and the third Ber-nard de la Salle J. ' ' Thefe three captains wifhed not to remain long idle, nor without being fpoken of for fome gallant deed of arms. They marched with • their companies into Limoufin, to refrefh themfelves. At that time, fir John Devereux was * Belleperche,—a towa and abbey on the Garonne, if the diocefe of Montauban, near to Cartel Sarrafin. t St. Sauveur,—a village la Berry, diocefe and cledïom of Bourges. I thefe three names* - One of mj MSSi calls the &• told Bernard de Wifke, an A fo docs Barnes. ' ,tt i VOL. HI. G g fénéfchal 44«


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