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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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% Ptàt% te Ëokrf le Romtf, 4r John-de Su top and fir WiUiarti Beauchamp f - _ • The duke of Anjou left the city of Totiloufcj ilrith a gttat and well ordered atfay. Hé was at** tended by the count d'Armagnac, the lord d'Al~ bret, the count de Perigord, the count de Com* minges, the vifcodnt de Carmaing, the count de LiQe, the vilcount de Bruniguel, thfe vifeount de Narbonne, the vifeount de Talar, the lord de I» Barde, the lord de Pincornet, fir Bertrand Tande, the fénéfchal of Touloufe, the fenefebai of Car-Caflbniie, the fénéfchal of Bcauciifc and lèverai others, amounting in the whole to upwards of two thoufand lances, knights aftd fquires j and fix thou* fand foottaeu, armed with pikes and fhiclds. Sir Bcrttand du Guefclin was appointed to the coo*-toand of ail this force. • They directed their mafch through the Agéaois* and being joined by more than a thoufand comba-tants from the free companies, who had waited for them all the winter in Quercy* they made fat Agen. The firft fort they came to was t&fc of Moiflaç|(. The whole country was fo frightened at the arri-val of the duke of Anjou, and th* large army he had brought, that they trembled before iàmt mi * Sir Michael de la Pole, afterwards earl of Suffolk, and h-yoorite of Richard 1L—See Dagdalc. f Sir Robert le Roux.—Barnes calls fir Robert Ros. ' I SirWUUam Beauchasip^LordAbergavemiy .^D*c » A l *. II Moiffac,—a town ia Quercy, iz leagues from Agen. neither


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