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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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furrcndered ; as did St.Macaire*, Condomf Ba* fillc|» la Tour dc Prudence, Mculéonf, and la Tour de Drou. Full forty towns and caftles turned to the French in this ekpediton t the laft Was Aubcrochef. The duke of Anjou placed in all of them men at arms and garrifons : and, when he had arranged every thing according to his plea-fure, he and the conftable returned to Paris, for the king had fent for them. He difmifled, therefore, the greater part of his army : and the lords de Clifton* de Beaumanoir, d'Avaugour, de Ray, de Riom, the vifeounts de la Val, de Rohan, and the other barons, returned to the fiege of BechereJ, to be ready at the time appointed ; for it. was reported that the duke of Brittany, fir Robert Knolles and the lord de Spencer would attempt to raife the fiege. You have before heard honf fir Hugh de Châ-tillon, matter of the crofs bows, had been made prifoner near Abbeville, by fir Nicholas Louvain, and carried into England : he was unable to obtain his liberty on account of the large fum afked for his ranfom : however, a Flemifh merchant flipped forward, and exerted himfelf fo effctflually/that he * St. Macaire,— nine leagues from Bourdeaux. f Condom, a city of Gafcony, four leagues from the Ga-ronne. I Bafille. Not in Gazetteer. . . . % Mauléon, a town in Armagnac, diocefe of Aire. § Aubcroche,—a town in Perigord, near Perigueux. cunningly 258


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