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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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Pcttô*» • fënéfchal of Botirdcâux, argued ih* matter for a long time § but he could not gain any thing. The duke, therefore, 4nl to the count de Foix, the vifkount de Châte) Boa, tp the lords de Marfen, de Chmcauaeuf, de l'Efcut, and to the abbot 4« St. Silvier, to fummon them to keep their agree* mànp) or he would put to death their hoftages, and enter their lands in fuch a manner as would oblige tbein to throw themfclves ob his mercy. Thefe fotda, therefore, placed themfdves and their lands under thé obedience of the king of France. The inhabitants of Montât opened .thelf gate*, and- prefemed the keys to the duke of 'Anjou* doing to him fealty and homage. ' Tbe. lords who attended the duke entered 'the town with hiatj, where they remained for eighteen day* ; during which time they head councils1 as to what part they fliould next march. . i , Shortly a&er die middle of Auguft, when the truecs which hid been entered into between thft Engiii and Frenchjn Gafoony were expired, thefe fefds. recommenced the war. The duke of Anjou eanrc before laRcole** and» after three days fiege, the inhabitants fubmitted to the king of France. From thence he marched to Langonf, which alfo • LaRcole,7-£ town foBazadou, eighteen leagues and a half from Bourdeaux. f Liaogoiv-oa town w Bazadois, fix leagues from Bourdeaux. Vot. IV. S fur-


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