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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 281



-Mlll.llEÏOf LORPS OF THE FRENCH PARTY All NBAR BEJtfC TAKEtf 1Y THfc DVK* 0? BRIX* TANY, BUT ARE 9EUVEREÛ BY TH* tRU.C** 41» Bfcuozs* *TpHE vifconat de- Rohan, • the lords de Cliflbn A and de Bfeaumanoir were guarding the fron* tiers againft the duke of Brittany and the Englifh, at that time before St. Brieu. Sir John Devercux was then quartered near to Quimperie,. and was drflroying that part of the country : he had caufed ta be repaired and fortified by the pea&nts a fmall forLwhich he, had made his garrifon, aod called it the New Fort, in which he refided, Co that none touid venture out of the town without rifk of being taken.. This information the townfmen of Quim-specie fent to- theioni de Cliflbn and the other lords at Lamballc. • * They marched, immediately tiwther, leaving a fofficiency of men to guard that town, and rode on until they came before this new forty which they furrounded. News of this was carried to the BritUh army before St. Brieu. The duke had or-dered a mine to be fprung, which they had worked at for fifteen days $ but at that moment the miners had loft, their point, fo that it was neceflky fo* them to begin another: which when the duke and t the lords of his army heard, they faid among them- felves ; CHAP. LIV. 999


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