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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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189 ' • ' ford du Pons and fir Thibaut du Pons, who had been refcued, affaulted it on the oppofite fide. The garrifon and towp defended themfelves va-liandy : but the lady called a council of the knights and barons, as the place was not ftrong, and could not hold for any time ; for (he did not, in the prefent ftate of affairs, ejepeft any fucçour ; and fent them to negociate with the French. A treaty was made on fuch terms that the knights who were ip the town might retire in fafety to Niort, Saintes, Lufignan or whitherfoever they pleafed » but the lady pf Soubife was to place hcr-felf under the obedience of the king of France. The Englifh departed from Soubife, and were fafely efcorted wherever they chofe to go. • The French took poffeflion of the tqwn and received the fealty of the lady, who fwore allegiance to the king of France for herfelf and for her dependen-cies. Evap of Wales, fir James de Montmoy, and their men, returned to their boats, carrying with them |he captai de Buch, and their other prifoners, to the large fleet, which w^s lying before la Rochelle. The lord du Pons and the Bretons haftencd their march toward St. Jean d'Angely, to join the other men at arms whom the conftable had fent thither, f here were the vifeount de Rohan, the lords DE ÇlHïbn, de Tourncnjine, de Beaumanoir and DE Jtochfort, fir William DES Bourdes, fir Oliver dc Mauny, fir Reginald de Limoufin, fir ' Geoffry Jiicon, Y von de Laconnet, Alain de St. Pol, Car-Cijelk AND feveral more, vào came before the - . town


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