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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 266



ÎPÏcâidy,*—the duke of Anj&t at St.Omeh and thé duke of Lancafter at Calais. After this truce, the dukes of Lancafter and of Brittany, the earls of Warwick, Suffolk and Staf-ford, the lords de Spencer and Willougfcbyi the canon de Rpbefart, lord Henry Percy, the lord Maone*, with the other lofds and knights, fet out from Boyrdeay* the tth day of July, and returned to England* \ " Sir John Appleyard and fir John Cornewall held their caftle of Bechcrcl for nearly a year againft the French, who were clofcly befieging it, and had much conftraincd them ; but not receiving any in-telligence of fuccours coming to their affiftance, and their provifions beginning to fail, they held a council whether it would not be advifable.to offer terms for its furrender. They entered, therefore, into a treaty with the lords d'Hambuye, d'Eftonr ville, de BJainville, de Fraiaville, and &e borons of Normandy, who were quite tired with the fiçge having continued fo long. But they would not conclude any thing without the knowledge of the-kipg- of France. He confented, that if the duke of Brittany p perfon did not come in fufficient ^ force before Bccherel, by AU Saints-day next aj proaching, to raife the fiege, the garrifon fhould furrender on capitulation* Hoftages were given tç obfervc thefe terms. - . • The e,arl of Pembroke was ranfomed for i ao,ooo fwncs, which the Lombards of Bruges agreed to m 1 11 m !••? — m m ••-mi mm^mMm • - • • % Maine. pay U4


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