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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.5

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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.5
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«mm to that of St. Malo ; _ but we will firft mention how thofc who had befieged Evreux perfevered in it. * • CHAP. II. QTHE- INHABITANTS OF -BTRIUX SURRENDER TO THE FR£MCHt—JMK TWO ARMIES ASSEMBLE BEFORE ST. MALO. *~VKHE lege of Evreux being formed by the lordf * de Coucy and de 14 Riviere, they h§d frequent communication with the king of France, who had fixed his refidence at Rouen to be as near his army ps poffible. Hç was defirous they fhould gain Ev-reux, either by ftorm or capitulation, as foon as might bej for he knew the Englifh were in great force in Brittany ; he ordered, therefore, all his troops tQ advance thither to raife the liege of St. Malo, ^nd to combat the Englilh. • . t. Thefe two lords acquitted themfelves loyally and „ valiandy,. for every day there mere aflfaults as welj as negotiations.going forward. They fent to re-monftrate with the inhabitants on their folly in thus having war made upon them with the rifle of lofiog their fortunes and having their houfes razed to the ground ; for they had their lawful lord with them, the lord Charles de Navarre, to' whom, by right of fucceffiok? from his mother, the county of Evreux had devolved. They advlfed them, there-fore,


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