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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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In like manner did Ir Aimemon de Pommiers, who was one of the princes's knights, quit the 1 diichy of Aquitaine. He declared, that during this war, he would not bear arms for one fide nor the other. This knight croffed the fea to Cyprus, he vifited the holy fepulchre, and travelled ta fe-veral other pjaçe*. .At this period, fir John dc Bourbon * came to Paris. He held fome lands of the prince ; and the king of France would have gladly feen him return the homage to the prince, but the count de la Marche would not liften to it. The lord de Pierrç Buffiére, a Limoufin knight at that time at Paris, followed his example. But two other Barons and great lords in Limoufin unfortunately afted other-wife : fir Louis de Maleval and fir Raymond de Marncif his nephew, who being at Paris turned Frenchmen, and from their fortrefles afterwards made a difaftrous war on the prince. The king ofEngJand and his council were much vexed at this j for it appeared that the barons and knights of Guienne thus changed their fides with* out any conftraint, and of they own free will. The king therefore, by the advice of Ijis council, or-dered letters to be written and fealed with his leal, which he ordered to be fcnt by tvo or .three of his knights, intç Poitou and Aquitaine, topuhh% them in aU the cides, caftlcs ai*d principal tow#s. # Sir John de Bourhon. * He was ion of fir James de Beur* bon wbo'camtated the fm companies, chapwtorxv, and wu c*mat dç UMp&9.'--J)tNrs Sauvage--,4taw*. w% E 3 Ai 53


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