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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 128



tÉAP;XXl¥. SIR EUSTACE D*AMfeRtf ICOUkT IS MADS PRÎ* 501TER XVD RANSOMED.-^*, RAYMOND DE MAkttEIX, A PARTISAN OF FRANCE, IS TAKEN* • AND IN IMMINENT DANGER, BV* SAVED BY • Hfe KEEPER. À ' VEkY &xtbrft^& TAVENTTIFE fceM #r Euftace a'Arribrtricourt rrïûch ABOUT this time. AS' tie Wàs Viflmg orie day rîirtïùgh LÏMO&fhi, #he came in the cvéWinig y tie càftlé OF the *ûrd ;dè Pierri Buffièrr, Which riè entered, thinking HIM a friend a irMer fdldiër and à GOOD ÎEngtifhmah. BUT Kerrè iuffiere 'had gïveh tfp HI* caftle to Thibaut THI Pont, a man kt ar^ms frôrft Brittany, and HIS tompariy. Thibaut feitfed fir Eftoace, who nm$ not kriy Vay oh his guMrd, fnade'him his prifoner, arid afterward ranfotned him for TWELVE thoufand francs, of which he paid down four THOUFFTRID, and. left his fon, François d'Ambreticourt, his Iioftage for the remainder to the duke of Bourbon, who had gone fecurity for him, and had taken great pains TO obtain his liberty, becaufe fir Euftace had been -very aftive in obtaining the freedom of the lady his mother, when fhe had been made prifoner by the free companies at Belleperche. • After he had ob-tained his liberty, fir Euftace went and refided IN £arentan, beyond the fords of St. Clement IN tower Normandy, a very handfome TOWN which the 11«


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