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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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kouergûe and Quercy : for le petit Mechin, Naudon de Pans, Perrot de Savoye, le bourg Camus, Anthoirre le Nègre, Lanuit, Jaques de Bray and numbers of their companions had re-mained all the year at Cahors, where they had ravaged and ruined the country* On the other hand, the duke of Berry went to Bourges in Berry, where he had iffued a grand, fummons to all knights and fquires of France, and Burgundy. . • The duke of Bourbon had gone into his own -country, where he had given orders concerning this intended expedition, and had collected a large body of knights and fquires from the country of Forêts and the Bourbonois. His brother, count Peter d'Alençon made preparations in another part, and with good effeft. Sir Guy de Blois, at this period, was returned from Pruffia, where he had been made a knight, and djfplayed his' banner in an enterprize againft the enemies of God. As foon as this gallant knight arrived in Hainault, and was informed of the ex-pedition which his coufins of France were about to undertake in Aquitaine, he made immediate preparations for joining it ; and, fetting out from Hainault with all his array, he arrived at Paris to prefent himfelf to the king. He was gladly re-ceived by him, and ordered to join the duke of Berry with a command of knights, fquires and men at arms in the expedition.. Sir Guy de Blois* therefore, left the city of Paris, and rode to Or-leans in his way to Berry. F 3 a» 63 .


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