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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 389



The^»tôrney-gcrieral was fent thither on the part of the children of* Navarre, who were - pTefent during all the negotiations. Thfc two lords renewed all the officers of the ity, and, for fear of a rebellion, left a body of ood .men at armsi .they then marched off to hf 1 ge to Carentan, a handsome and ftrong town lated on the fea-fliorei * and in the diftrift * of "he inhabitants ' of Carentan were without - any *rnor of note : indeed, • they had not had one fir Euftace d'Ambreticourt, who had been governor for four years, and had died there*! t they had not any to \ook to for advice but "elves : they knew alfo that the admiral of ' fir John de Vienne, in/conjunction with anifii admiral, and a large force, were, before )urg, but were ignorant of the treaties of g of .Navarre, as well as unacquainted with* jluiof his jourhey to England. . • Y ^ere-attacked* every day in two different 's ; »% 'Words • and atfms § for the lords de and de la Riviere wefe^very anxious to gairi vnjfand fucceedtd in tfkming it by càpitu-1 thef put it • under the obedieAce of the1 " 'France, referring • the rights of the tw* the*king of NaVafri^ ' • » * J e lords of France readily granted very fa-e terms, in order to get poffeflion of fuch nd caftles as they wanted by the moft ex-is mpans. . They took pofleffion of daren-nforqng it with men at arms : they then departed,


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