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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 391



of France, they laid liege1 to Evreux, which w£ Bvtj&ff from any communication with Cherbourg/ In Evrtux there w»% accojxjing m £u&&m the ftfbngçft garrifon of. Havarrois in- Normandy * and the inhabitants never pcrfeéUy loved any.othef ford but the king of Navarre. The place was clofcly befiegecL _Itkdd out for a long time ; for Ferrando the governor, performed in pcrfoii feveral gallanf deeds of arms. About this time |hc king of Navarre, being re-turned to his own country, expefted to have had fca^aifift^nce from the Eagilhi bit* tt does "not appeat.thaf He had any fuccours from them, for the duke of L^ncafter aqd the earl of Cambridge, before thefe treaties had "been entered on, had ex-perienced very contrary windè for their voyage t% Normaiidy,! ai|d fo numerous a levy as had beefï 0*dq#d of fpWf tbou&nd men. at arms and eight tfroufaud archers, couhl not immediately be zBevn* bled at Southatapton, where they were ro embark. It was St. Jolin SapuS:'* day before they were ail c&Uc&ed an^ had failed frqtn England. ^ The eact of Salifbury and fir John Arundel wtae^ftill it. Pl$mouth who ought m hfcrô 'reinforced , Bteft and Hfpnfibof}** but they: had wantied wind; fo tba£ they joined the duke of Laacafterand earl of Cambridge's army* . • •; • ^ . Tkcy lipd^d m the ifle; of WIGHTS where tkcjr. rcmaiiipd feme time waiting for mteUigëoce, and to know whrifher tkey fooujd foil for Normandy or • ; ; 1 •• v , ." ' - ? !.. M: « » . • .Heiinebon.. Jçi*y*.SftUvag© thiulci it Hopild beAtihi&y, m Pertaî, ïmftcacf of Hennebon. ' : Brittany : - 8»


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