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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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CHAP. L. The Duke' of Anjou's Campaign intd Upper Gascony - - £4§ LI. The Earl of Pembroke and his Compa-nions are ransomed.—A short True© between the French and English.—Be-cherel surrenders on Terms.—-Tlie Death of the Earl of Pembroke - 253 III. Several Towns in Gascony surrender to the King of France.—Sir Hugh de Chastillon returns from Prison.—The Castle of Becherel surrenders to the French - * - - 256 JLJII. A Truce agreed on at Bruges between the Kings of France and England.—The • Duke of Brittany retires to his own Country, and regains some of his Towns and Castles - - 265 UV. Some Breton Lords of the French Party are near being taken by the Duke of Brittany, but are delivered-by the Truces at Bruges T - * JjV. St. Sauveur Le Vicomte surrenders to the French.—The Lord de Coucy leads a . largeArmy into Austria,which he claims as his Inheritance T - 272 LVL The Truce between France and England is prolonged.—The Death of the Black Prince.—The " Lord de Coucy returns, having had indifferent Success 276 J^VII. Richard, Son to the Prince of Wales, is acknowledged as presumptive Heir to the Crown of England.—The Nego-tiations for Peace having failed, and the Truces expired, the War is re-newed between the French and Eng-lish - - 279 X CHAP.


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