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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 381



'm Navarre. Thefe barons had with them the lord Charles and lord Peter, the two fons of the king of Navarre, to fhew to the whole country and to the county of Evreux, that the war they were carry-ing on was in behalf of thefe children, and for* the inheritance which belonged to them in right of their mother, and 'which the king of Navarre wrongfully withheld. • However, the greater part of the men at arms were * ib much attached to the king of Navarre, that they woijld not quit hi* fervice : the Navarrois who were toMefted in Bayeux, as well as thofe whom he had fent thither, maintained, the war for kimhandfpmely. N ' " ' ' • • '• " • The king of France, ordered commiffidners to Montpellier, to feize all the lands and 4ordftftps1 which were in • the ^p4fèffi©« ' of the !king of Navarre. . • • •• " "* ' « ' : When thefe commHfeônerâ, fir' William dés 0ormatis and fit Johti le^ Mercier] Were arrived at ^foritpellier{ ? they fent loF-the» principal iohabi* cams, to whom they ÉMWcâ their inftrudtions. * #; Tiiofc of Montpellier obeyed. Indeed- it was neceflaryi for them to • da fo ; ' for hid. they àdfcéd otherrtiie t^ey-would ' have fufftredJfcr i%, as-the duke of Anjou and the conftable of Ffërtcë had éndérod * their tbjtf ivories, with a eorifi'dérable fefce, WK) jfatfhed for nothing «bittes than W Cat*y iliç tear thither. { J ' ' \ ' ' * pdliet'/zfor the- k&g'tf tJfcvafW'i1 %ere^de'p^ foners by orders^ôf sfrfc king -Of ^FkiYoe, "is\w«*£ v AEM. IV. Mb • alio


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