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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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Lord Thomas Percy was appointed fenéfchal of Poitou after the death of fir John Chandos. His eftates of St. Sauveur le Vicon^te fell to the king of England, who gave them to one of his own knights, by name Sir Aleyne Boxhull *, an un-commonly able man. The prince of Wales fuc-ceeded as heir to the o|her riches of fir John Chandos, as he was never married, and therefore had no children, to the amount of four hundred thoufand francs f. , Shordy afterwards, thofe captains who had been made prifoners at the bridge of Luflac were ran-fomed, and received their freedom on paying down the fums agreed on, in which the king of France affifted them. Sir Louis de St. Julien, fir William des Bourdes and Carnet le Breton return-ed to their garrifons. • Sir Aleyne Boxhull—-was the 52c! knight of the Garter, conf able of the iTower of London, cuflos of the parks of Cla-rendon, &c. He lies buried near St. Erkenwalde's (hrine in St. Paul's church, about the year 1380. Sir Aleyne Boxhull had a commifficn to retrain the excelles of Charles de Navarre in Normandy, and to put the caftle in good repair, dated the 24th November, 1370.—Ry me a. f I mould imagine Froiflart muA mean that the prince in-herited all be po&fted in Aquitaine» &c. but his filter's children * were his heirs m England. . . • CHAP.


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