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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 220



toi the Icing ôf England againft the king of France, our fovereign lord, we will all quit you and the country of Brittany.* • .u; ; ** The duke could but ill difguife his anger : how-ever, he only faid, c tftfe'y did great wrong tô the king of England/ He tto# began to fcpen Mm-felf more1%and todifebver Mil fefttimentt to others of the lords of Brittany. " 1 ' ' The king of Frartce, #hb* had gained tmef to him all the principal peribns ih that c6Unt#y ex-cept fir Robert Knolles* had befoaght then* to inform him whenever they found the duke afting contrary to their wilhes, afluring them hé would provide a remedy. The duke faw that he Was not only fufpeétëd, but narrowly watched ; which alarmed him left they (hould feize his perfoh, arid fend him to Paris. He therefore Signified to the king of Eng-land his fituation, ahd entreated him to fçnd men at arms to affift him if there fhould be any deca-fion. The king ordered thither four hundred meii at arms and as many archers, under the command of lord Neville, who arYived at ' St. Mathieu Fin de Terre*» where they remained all the Winter, without doing any damage to the country, paying for every thing they had ; for the duke, Oil AC-count of the fufpiciofts of his nobles, did not chufe to put them into any of his caftle*. ' Whdl • St. Mathieu Fin de Terre, or St. Make, is a village in Brittany, diocefe of St Pol de Lcom Froiffart calls it St. Mathieu de Fine Poterne. the


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