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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 229



-Tiff SIIG! OF B1CH1REL PEACE BETWEEN THE KINGS OF FRANCE AND NAVAXRÏ.— THE DEATH OF THE KING OF SCOTLAND* A BOUT this time, the lords de Cliffbn, Ai' * Laval, d'Avaugour, de Tournemine, de Rieux, de Rochefbrt, the vifcount de Rohan, fir Charles de Dinan ba'nneret of Brittany, the mar-* fhal de • Blainville, the lords de Hambie, de Ruille, de Fonteville, de Granville, de Farmille, ' de Denneval, and de Cleres, • bannerets of Nor-mandy, with many others from Normandy and Brittany, laid fiege to the ftrong caftle of Be-cherel, and prefled it hard by their aflfaults. There were in this caftle two able captains from England, fir John Appleyard and fir John Cornewall, who, with their companions, bravely defended them-felves : and at this time there were various gallant deeds, fallies, ikirmifhes, and refcues, performed • before BechcreL • . Not far diftant was the town of St. Sauveur le Vicomte ; in which were, fir Thomas Trivet, fir Aleyne Boxhull, fir Philip Pechard,, and the three brothers Maulcvrier s fo that, before the fiege of • Bêcher el, thefe two garrifons over-ran #11 Lower. Normandy, and nothing could efcape, but what • SccheitL—* town in Bruuoy, tw$ leagues from St« Mala. was 117 CHAP. XLV,


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