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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
page 87



fà heictor toiwa'ttw'CifUei had «ny incimatioii ttt hold out apirtft him. When àc arrived before Moifiac, the inhabitants iaftantljr fun*fldeied and turned io thcFfèiick They then advanced to Agen, which followed this example. They afterwards marched, towards Tonneins* on the Garonne ; and the French went on unmôlcfted, following the courfe of the river Garonne, in order to have plenty of forage: they came to port St. Marief, which immediately furrendéred. The French placed men at arms and garrifons in all thefe towns. The town and caftle of Tonneins did the fame, in which they placed a captain and twenty lances to guard it. They afterwards took the road to Mont-pezat J and Aiguillon H, burning and deftroying al the country. When they came before Montpezat, which is a good town and has a ftrong caftle, thofc within were fe much frightened by the duke of Anjou that they dirc&ly opened their gates. The French then advanced to the ftrong caftle of Aiguillon, where they only remained four days j for then the garrifon furrendered to the duke, not being fuch men as fir Walter Manny commanded, when he defended k againft John duke of Normandy* after-wards king of France. The inhabitants of Ber- * Tonneint, a town of Agenois on the Garonne» 41 leagues from Touloufd f Port St. Marie, on the Garonne, belotir Agen. ' I Montpezat* a village in Goienne, war Tonn »imt I AiguiHon/a TOWN NF Gftienoe, #1» JOIGNE FROM Tmftejfts.


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