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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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THE Spanifh admiral i and IT was agreed mutually not to hurt each other. The Spaniards and French remained at «anchor before la Rochelle J but they had fpies IN THE countries of Poitou and Saintonge, to inform them what was going forwards. The governor of la Rochelle was at that time Philip ManfeL • The conftable of France ftill continued IN Poi-tiers, but he fent the lord du Pons, and Thibaut du Pons, with three hundred fpears, including every one, to the caftle of Soubife. Soubife is a very ftrong caftle fituated on THE fea-fhore, dire&ly at the mouth of the river Cha-rente, where it difembegue^ itfelf into the fea. THE lady of Soubife was in Ihe caftle, ' but had not many men at arms to garrifon it : (he therefore dircétly fent off a fquire to John de Grailly, captai de Buch, conftable OF Aquitaine, to afk for foe-cour, who was at the time in St. Jean d'Angcly. He fent orders for fir Henry Haye, fénéfchal of Angouleme, fir William de Marneil, nephew TO the lord Raymond de Marneil, lord Thomas rercy and fir John Crefswell, to come immedi-ately to St. Jean d'Angely. Evan of Wales was informed of all the particu-lars of this fiege, as well as the aflefnbly of S£ Jean d'Angely. He therefore picked out four hundred lances of thofe moft to be depended upon from his whole army, and, embarking them ON board thirteen barges, fet fail with fir James de Montmoy and Morellet his brother. He left the Spanifh admiral, with the remainder OF the armament . . before is6


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