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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.4

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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.4
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• ••* VlH CHAP. XXXVll. Evan of Wtlcs icfeititlit Eng-- isfe off the Island of Guern-sey.—The King of France sends him to Spam to geek for Men at Arms, to lay siege to *La Rochelle - - 164 XXXVIII. The King of England is much - • cast down at the Capture of the Earl of Pembroke.— Evan of • Wales meets the • • Earl a Prisoner in Spain * 168 X XXIX. The Constable du Guesclin takes the Castle of Monmorillon, and other Places in Poitou - 171 • * XL. The Constable of France takes : Ifoncontoorby a Capitulation. He marches from thence to form a Junction with the Duke of Berry in the Limousin, when they lay Siege to St. Severe - 174 ' XLI. The Garrison of St. Severe, after a sharp Assault, surrenders to ; . * Sir Bertrand du Guesclin.~ * • - • ' The City of Poitiers turns to - ' " "'• the French Party • - - 180 XLtl. The French make the Captai de Buch Prisoner.—La Rochelle ; ••• ' turns to the French - 185 XLHt. Sir Bertrand du Guesclin takes several Castles in the Rochel-lois.—The King of England I ' • embarks to come to the Assist- : ance of Thouats, but is prer vented • by contrary Winds ; ""Upon which those of Thouars, and many others in Poitou surrender to the French - 196 CHAP.


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