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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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•was the threat which the conftable wis accuftomed to make. The men of Navarre feeing their provifions decreafe, and finding themfelves much weakened, without any hopes of affiftance from their king, who was at too great a diftance, furrendered the caftle, and were conduced to Cherbourg, carry* ing with them all their plunder. This caftle was razed to the ground, though k had toft large fums to creel; and the walls and towers of Pont au demcr were levelled with the ground. • 1 The French then advanced to befiege the fort-Tefs of Mortain*, where they remained fome time j but the garrifon, feeing* no appearancte of affiftance from the king of Navarre, and that the other Navarre fortreflès were too weak to rtftft the French, furrendered themfelves ,on the fame con-* 'dirions with thofe of Pont au demer. ' You moft know, that in this expedition, the conftable put under the obedience of the king of France all the towns, caftles and . forts in the county of Evreux: the caftles and principal towns were difmanded, that from henceforward no war 'fhould bé carried on againft the kingdom of France ^ffom any town or caftle which the king of Navarre 'held'm the county of Evreux. -The king of France eftablifhcd in them the fgabefle and fubfidics, In like manner as they were .4&-the»cealai of France. * Morais*—a town m Notmtndy, 71 leagues fiwi fan*. On £92


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