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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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. fit council lad publifhed a declaration that die dtiké had Forfeited it, becaufe he had furrenderéd to the Englifh different towns, catties and forts, and had even wifhed to take part with the king of England againft the crown of France, from which he held his duchy by faith and homage. They were un-willing to incur the horrors o£ war, and received nhc conftable in a peaceful manner, acknowledging the king of France for their lord. . % After the conftable had gained poffeflfcm of Rennes, he haftencd to Dinan, which furrendered to the obedience of the king of France.. He next advanced to Vannes, which did the fame. Luzu-mont *, however, held out for the duke ; it was . roughly affaulted and taken by ft or m, fo that all within were put to death. The conftable marched to Jugon, whkh accepted the terms of the king of FranJ«l as did the caftle of Goy la Forêt -, la Roche-derrien, the towns of Guiricamp, St. Mahe, and St. Malo. In like manner, did Quimperco-rentin, Quimperlé, Credo, Galande, a? well as lèverai other fortrcfles in the neighbourhood, turn to the French. The conftable marched firft through Lower Brittany, becaufe it was more at-tached to duke John de Mont&rt than the upper parts. , When thé diikè of Brittahyembarked for Eng-land, he nominated fir Robert. Knolles, governor *f the; duchy, but very few lords.obeyed him. He, • Probably Sucinio,—a caftle near Vannes, which was taken ly afiaolt, and the gatrifon âain. Hijt. de Bntagnt. ,,.» . . 'however,


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