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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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who valiantly defended/d^fflto* lb ditrite duke remained therca-cônfidcnfcte ttfne^ ' . When the confttWe of France and die Jbrtifdf Cfiflbn heard of this, they fent fcmmctofea evety where, and marched m St. Mali to nriftth* fiege. Many thought that a battle muft enfoc i and ihe EngKfh drew out their aruty fevend times ft battle* array, ready for the combat* but die eoffeirfte t and die lord de CIUm 'never catne near enougji for an engagement. : ' . •' • • The EngKfc, therefore, having Mn befell the town fome time, and not peitci?if|g anyiridhKK don'in the inhabitants to furrendcr, the duke of Xancafter was adviftd to decamp, for he faw k was only wafting time : he therefore re-embarked* mâ returned té England^ wfce» t*e tttib$0kd hi* army. '' ' The caftle of Aurajr was fijtf in- die poflêffioa of'die duke of Brittany, who refided quietly England : the king of FWnce foot thither feyeml ' fords of France and Brittany, who began a- lege which kfted a long time. The garrifon of ray, not feeing any hope of fuccour, entered fatal 2 treaty, that if they were not relieved by die dpke of Brittany or' die' king of Engîaéd, wkft f fefficient force to mît the lege on a certain cky, they- would furretider. This treaty was acceded fo ; artd when1 ft* • appointed day " arrived^ fell? French were- diere^ jbut ho cbffie itenr tfie iftife nd^ thé eafU&'ttatf tffeteftfte placed mwcr'^o1' ©beiIe«fe, of fiv fta* : hiv " -ÎJ " of


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