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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 394



•Coned and corrupted, and that no remedy could be hadfor it without rifking the death of all. Jn con-sequence of this decifion, the king broke up the fiege ; ' but the Spaniards and Bretons had con-quered a number of final forts and caftles in the adjacent country, into which they entered ; and the king went to refrelh himfelf at la Coulongne#. He fent his conftable, with ten thoufand men, to lay fiege to Pampcluna. In that city were the vifeount de Caftillon^ the lord de Lefcut and le Bafcle, with two hundred lances in the whole, who carefully guarded the place. The king of Navarre, who had but lately returned from England, refided at Tudelle, impa-tiently expe&ing the fuccours which were to come to him from England, and which indeed had been ordered \ for, by directions from the king and council, the lord Neville and fir Thomas de Termes,f were at Plymouth, or in that neigh-bourhood, with about one thoufand men at arms *nd two thoufand archers, and were laying in their ftores for the voyage to Bourdeaux i but they had not met with a paflage according their wishes. With regard to the great army under the com-mand of the duke of Lancafter, at laft it landed near to St. Malo : news of which was foon carried to the Breton lords of the French party, and im-mediately the vifeount de Belliere, fir Henry de Malatrait and the lord de Combor left their habi- • La Coulongpe. Sala calls it Calongac. if put Prqgpf. f De Termes. Sir Thomas Trivet. 4 * • tarions, 381


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