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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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îfcake fume fon of aft exchange, (bt Mm to get back his knight, fir Shrçon Burley*, whom the French had taken. You maf fuppofe the duke of Bourbon v^s greatly incenfed when he âw his lady - mother car-ried away from the caftle of Belleperche in the Bourbôftois. Soon after her departure, |ie marched fmm the redoubt, and fent his men to take pof-fèffion of his own caftle of Belleperche, which the jËôglifh had left quite empty. Thus ended this grand expedition, and eae| withdrew to his usual place of refidence. The French, who Here under the duke of Bourbon re-tired to the garrifons from whence they had come. The duke returned with his knights arid fquires to the king of France, who received him with great joy, and entertained him h^ndfomcly. The " eajrl of Cambridge went to his brother at Angouleme | and the earl of Pembroke and his troops to Mqr-tagne in Poitou. Thôfe free companies aocj men it arms who had been in Belleperche went into Poitou and Saintonge. Peking for provifioris, and committing many difgraceful a«5ls, from whicfy they had not the inciinarion to refrain themfelves, nor power to reftrain others. Sir Robert Knolles, fhortly after this, left the prince, and returned to his caftle of Derval in Brittany, where he had not been a month, before • • Sir Simon Barley—knight—was 75th knight of the Garter, warden of the cinque ports, governor of WmmMÎM' mi Dowef caMes. Beheaded 1388. Sec Holliogfhed. $6


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