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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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dreadfully beaten fhe Erjglifhj m has been before related. It ' was told. him that the Englifh ftill kept; the field in Poitou and Guieme : upon which he declared his intentions, that foon after Candle-roas, at the commencement of fpring, he fhould collet a vçry large force of men at asms and çoblçmen, and would make an iflcurfioa to another part of the country, fince the Englifh were thus, çmployed in Qucrcy^ Pcptou arid Rouergqç. Some of the Englifh had very honourably re-mained in thefç countries, and had maintained çhçmfelvcs there fince the renewal of the war. Sir John Deyereurç and his men h,^d again got poflkffian of Limouftn, and had taken in Auvergne a caftfe frith its dependencies, caVed Uzes, which the pM|f|abj€ f^id was not to be fufifcred, wd fjhaf hf was, determine^ tp march thiçher. With thf Ring's permifiion,. he aflçtnbled a large body of men at arms ; and, quitting Paris, his army i% çreafcd d^ily until he arfiyed in Auvergne, There came vtith him., wdfir his command* thf diike of Berry, the duke of Bourbon, th$ count d'Alertçon, the oount da Peiche his brother, the count de St. Pol, the dauphin of Auvergne, thf counts de Vendôme and 4e Porcien, the lords de Sully and de Montagu, fir Hugh Dauphin, the lord de Beaujeu, the lords de Rochefort and de Talençon, arid a great many more barons and knights of France, . • 4. This army continued its march until* it cspie before the city of Uzes, when they encamped ; arvd, after twhaining there fifteen days, during K 4 • ¥¥c^ 133


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