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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 135



they were ina&ive, for that the Bretons had made an incurfion, and had taken Mont-paon, which was* clofe to their borders. Indeed, when the duke and' barons firft heard of this, f they were much afhamed and made immediate preparations for marching to-wards that part; they fet out from the city of Bourdeaux on a Wednefday after dinner. With the duke of Lancafter there were, the lords de Pons and de Partçnay, fir Louis de Harcourt, fir Guifcard d'Angle, fir Percival de Coulongne, fir Geoffry d'Argenton, fir James de Surgeres, fir Maubrun de Linicres, fir William de Montendre, fir Hugh de Vinoye, the lord de Crupenac, and many more knights and barons of Poitou and Sain-tonge. From Gafcony were, the captai de Buch, the lord de Pommiers, fir Helie de Pommiers, the lords de Chaumont, de Morrtferrant, de Langeron, the fouldich dc la Trane, fir Bernardet dc l'Abret, the lord de Gironde, fir Aimery de Teftu, and fe-veral others. Of the Englifh were, fir Thomas Felton, lord Thomas Percy, the lord Roos, fir Mi-chael de la Pole, the lord Willoughby, fir Wil-liam Beauchamp, fir Richard de Pontchardon, fir Baldwin de Franville, the earl of Angus and many more. They were in all rather more than feven hundred fpears and five hundred archers. They marched in good order to Mont-paon, where on their arrival fir William de Montpaon, feeing the duke of Lancafter and his army come to befiege him, felt very uneafy ; for he knew that, if he were taken, he fliould dîe a difgraceful death, without hopes of mercy, as he had done too much agânÛ: 125


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