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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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marched thither were Cq completely difcornfited that not one efcaped death or captivity. Two good fquire? were there flain, Richard Neville and William Worfley, James Willougljby pras very badly wounded. Sir John Devereux, fir Aimery de Rochechouart, Dayid Holgrave, Rich-ard ÔHvèr, John Creffwell, and many others from England and Poitou, were made prifi*ws« This battle of Civray happened on the aoth day of March, 13*731* • • ' - The conftable and his army returned to their quarters, where thay cleaned and rjefféfhed tfactpT felvcs, *and attended to the wounded and prir foners, of whom they had great numbers. The conftable then fent fir Alain de Beaumont tQ hold a parley with the garrifaa* who told them9 that if they fuffered themfelves to be taken by a/Tank, they would all be put to the fword with-' out mercy. Upon this, the garrifon furrendered to die conftable, who allowed them to leave the place and march to Bourdeaux, with a pafTporjt from him; The French gained this caftle and territory, which fqbmitted to the obedience of the king of France, The Bretons advanced eagerly towards* Niort^ which is a handforfie town in Poitou, and had always fupported the intereft ' of the Eng-lifh, who had kept there a very large gar-rifon. As foon as the inhabitants of Niort hçard the conftable was marching thither, they went QUÇ to meet him, and, prefenting him the keys of


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