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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 261



. CHAP. If* THB f DUKE OF ANJOU'S CAMPAIGN INTO VPPIR, GASCONY*. SOON after Eafter, In tic year 4374, the duke . of Anjou, who refided at Perigord, made a great, muftf r of his - forces ; at which the con^ fable of France and the greater part of the barons and knights of Brittany, Poitou, Anjou, Tou-raine, were prefent. There were alfo, from Gaf-cony, fir John d'Armagnac, the lords d'AIbrct jpd de Perigord, the counts de Comminges and de Narbonne, the vifeounts de Caraman, de Vil-lemure and de Thalar, the count dauphin d'Au-vergne : moft of the lords of Auvergne and of Limoufin : the vifeount dc Minedon, the lords de la Barde and de Pincornet, and fir Bertrand de Charde. They amounted to fifteen thoufand men on foot, and a large body of Genoçfe and crofs-bows. They began their march towards upper Gafcony, and came before Sr. Silvierf, of which jp abbot was lord. Notwithftanding it was talked of as a ftrong town, the abbot was afraid of lofing it by force i fo that he began to treat with the duke • of Anjou, telling him that neither himfelf * For a more chronological account of this campaign, fee the hifbde Languedoc, to!. Jr. p. 580. f St Silvier. Probably St. Sever de Rufian, in fixgorre. ' nor m


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