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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 334



rôarchi&Pokt, and as many more as chofe to leave it, artd'Wfciit to St.Macaire*, Where there is a goted càftlé and ftrong town. . ' On the furrender of Caftillon, the duke of Anjou received the fealty and homage of the in-habitants, and renewed the officers : he appointed as governor of it a knight from Touraine, called fir James de Montmartin. - When they were about to march from Caftillon, they called a council to confider whither they fhould gb-'next,-'4hd it was determined to advance to-wards St; Marine; but* as feveral fmall fcrts were fcattered about the country before they, could ar-rive there, it was not thought proper to leave thett '1ft their rear on account of tie fdrage'rsC They therefore, on quitting Caftillon/marched to Sauvetcrref, which they befieged. Other intelligence was brought, refpefting the lords' de Duras and de Rofem, different from what had been at firft reported ; that in truth they were at Bourdeaux, but it was not known on what terms. . . This news was fpread through the afmy, and was fo public as to come to the ears 6f the lords at Mucident and de Langurant: they mentioned it to the lord de Coucy and fir Peter de Bueil, whom they- were defiroos to intereft in excufing thofe knights, adding that it was very fimple to * Sc. Macairc»—a dty in Guyenne, on the Garonne, mut leagues from Bourdeaux. f Sauveterre,—a town in 'Gafcony, diocefe of Comminges. " • - ' ' believe


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