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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 314



troops by the king of France, ' fcho kept the ttmn* try againft the Englifh. . - However, by orders of the king* they after* Wards abandoned Montfeourg, and all the country of Coutahtin, wiiich is one of, the richeft in the world. They made all the inhabitants give tig their handfome houfes and other poffeflions, and retreat out of this pcàinfuia. The French guarded the frontiers at Dune, Carentan, and at St. Lo, and all the borders of the peniptvla of Goutamih. m i • T -j r iifn » '.CHAP. LXin. ÏHE DUltE OF ANJOU UNDERTAKES AN EXPE-DITION AGAINST THE ENGLISH IM TMM BOURDELOIS. ! *y Ot) have before heard related kôw the duke * of Burgundy had made an incurfion from 'the borders of Picardy* which was Very honour-able to him and profitable to the French i and ho# he had • placed in Ardres, and the other caftles of which he had gained pofleltion, governors and men at arms to defend them : cfpecialy in the town of Ardres, where he had eftablifhed for a time fir William des Bourdes, and, in his abfcnce, the vif-eount de Meaux and the lord de Saimpy. Thefe captains had it repaired and ftrengthened, notwiths-tanding it was ftrongly fortified before. The king of France had heard the news of this with infinite pleafure, and confiderêd thi* expedi-tion mm


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