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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 189



fe*ftiifgs aad rejoicings were 'made «n tht oeçafion. - AU "thit iras known i die oonfoMe, "who had continued m Moncontottr, and alfo that PotriefS had been reinforced with a. body of mm Mt mm% At the fame time he heafdfipofft tip duke «tfJBcrfy; who commanded a large amy in Auvergne, Bcfry^ and Burgundy upoh the border^ of LàÉioufie, that he was xkfirous of laying ficge to St^SeVere*; which town belonged to fir John Devereux,. bur was garrifcntd, under hii orders, by fir William Petty, Richard -Gil'and Richard Qrafc, and a large body of nien at arms, who had -mtittm th$ countries of Auvergne, and Limoufin, dçàpfë much nïifcWef to both of thech. The dukft -Berry* on this account, wifhed to march thither, ana therefore eqtreatçd the .conftable, if hchad -motany Other views, that he wdtrld join hiro è*fdrc St; Severe. • :. . ' -. '•' - • . Thé conftable, whowi»rery wife, phkièiit and inventive in all iris undertakings, cdbfidenrd ti^atat that moment he -could mot expedfc iucufi before Poitiers, ewca if he wcrçuio îpprch his men thi-ther j for the fcity had been^greatly reinforded with men at arms : he therefore dedahod he wmikfcjom the duke of Berry.. . He fet put from MarxxwtDor with his whole army after he had appointed a gar-* rifon to defend it, and joined the dtike, win* thariked him much for coming, as well » all his fangjtoang • St. Se?erc/-*a town in Saintonge, uetr$*ntcs. Vol. IV. N fquires.


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