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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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palfrey handibmely equipped for her. She was. accompanied by her ladies and damfels. The Englifh army marched away at mid-day. Sir Euftace d'Ambreticourt and fir John Deve-reux * attended upon madame de Bourbon s and in this manner they returned to the principality, where the lady remained a confiderable time a prifoner to the free companions at la Roche Vaucloix in. Limoufin f. This capture never pleafed the prince, who, whenever it was mentioned, faid, that if any others than the free companies had taken the. duchefs, fhe fhould inftandy have had her liberty : and when the captains of thefe free companies fpoke to him on the fubjeft, he told them to , • Sir John Devereux—banneret— 76th knight of the Garter, a baron from the ||h to the 16th Richard II.-~£ce Dugdale.— Steward of the houfehold to Richard II. conflable and governor of the cinque ports. Died fuddenly i$th Richard II. Buried Grayfriars, London. * Sir Nicholas Lovaine hdâ Penflmrft 44th Edward III. and. married Margaret, elded daughter of John Vere, earl of Ox-ford,—re-snarried to Henry lord Beaumont, and after to Ir John Devereux, knight of the Garter, lord warden of the cinque ports, fteward of the houfehold nth Richard II.; in whofe loth year he had licence to embattle his manfion-houfe at Penfliurft, and his daughter and heirefs was married to Wil-liam lord Fitzwalter, but he only enjoyed this manor in right of his wife.'—MSS.from Pbilpot's Kent, p. 27Q. f In the curious life of the duke de Bourbon, printed at Parij 1612, from old MSS. thé account of this fiege is very . differently related, and entirely to the honour of the French. The duchefs is there faid to be carried prifoner to the tower of Iron, near to Brocage on the fea-côaft. VOL. IV. F make , 65


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