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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
page 49



si thofe within thought otherwife ; for the vifcount de Chaftillon, the lord de PEfcut and fir William de Paux defended it fo well that the Spaniards be-gan to be tired : winter was approaching, it being about St. Andrew's day, and their provifion was becoming fcarce ; for, if the vifcount de Roque-bertin had not reinforced them with men at arms and fixçy horfc-iàads ?f provifion, they would hav* * retreated at All-faints day, * . The king of Navarre fent . one of his knights, called fir Petçr de B^fcle, to the Englifh, to entreat thfcm, if they wifhed to ferve him, to fatten their march j for they had too long delayed ft, accords ing (p the promifes they had made, and the need he had pf them. , The knight rode until he came into the country of Bayomie, and found the Englifh before a caftle named Poulet, to whom he delivered h» meflagç - very pun&ually. Sir Thomas Trivet replied, thaç. as fooft m the. caftle he was now before was çonr quered, he would march for Navarre, and that thç Jmighf might return an4 depend on what he had jfcid. . Sir Peter went back, aqd %m days afterward* the caftle furrendered, on the gartifoti marching out in fafety/ . It was re-garrifonçd, and after-wards the country continued tolerably quiet. There were fome other ftpaller bodies^ who had polled themfelvcs in churches an4 monafteries, • that harafted the country ; but they were in no gfeaç numbers. The Englifh, therefore, declared they ' uid no longer remain with them, byt muft tparch to


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