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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 344



m- The 4uke of Anjou, the conftable of France, the lord de Coucy, the marfhal of France, fir John and fir Peter de Bueil, returned to Touloufe, where they found the duchefs newly redovered from her lying-in, . On this event there were very great rejoicings and feaftings at Touloufe. The conftable and the lord de Coucy then re-turned to Paris ; the marfhal dc Sancerre into Auvergne, to affift the dauphin of Auvergne and the barons of that country, who were carrying on the war againft the Englifh that had remained in Limouftn, Rouergue, and on the borders of Au-vergne. Let us now fay fomething of Evan of Wales, how he laid fiege at this feafon to Mortain, and how he ' haiified its garrifon. Evan of Wales, being defîrous of obeying the orders of the duke of Anjou, (for he knew well that whatever the duke did was by the dirc&ions of the king of France his brother, as he had paid all the ex-penfès of the different expeditions he had made) had advanced as far as Saintes. He had halted to refrefh himfelf and his companions in that rkh» country between Saintes and Poitou, and in the beautiful meads which are on the banks1 of the rivers in thofe parts. Many knights and fquires* of Poitou were with him, fuch as the lords de Pons, de Touars, de Vivarois, the lord James de Surgeres, and feveral more. On the other hand, from Brittany and Normandy, were fir Maurice de Trifiquedi, fir Alain de la Houflaye,u fir Alain de Sc. Pol, fir Perceval d'Ayncval, fir William dc Moatcontopr,


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