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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 87



harm fhould be done to his matter, the count de Ventadour, and that he fhould .be put out of his caftle in a courteous manner, and that every thing of his fhould be reftored to,him. This was complied with, ' for the Bretons and Englifh who entered the caftle did not in the fmalleft degree hurt the count nor his people, and only retained the flores and artillery, of which there were great plenty. The count de Ventadour went to refide at Mont-penfier*, with his wife and children, beyond Aigue-perfe in Auvergne. Geoffry Tête-noir and his troops kept pofleflion of Ventadour ; from whence they ravaged the country, and took many ftrong caftles in Auvergne, Rouergue, Limoufin, Quercy, Gevaudan, Bigorre, and in the Agenois, one after the other. N With this Geoffry Tête-noir, there were other captains, who performed many excellent deeds of arms, as Aiperigot Marcel, a Limoufin fquire at-tached to the Englifh party, who took the ftrong caftle of CafTuriel, fituated in the bifhopricjc of Clermont in Auvergne ; from whence the above-mentioned Aimerigot and his companions overran the country at their pleafure. , Captains of other, caftles "were alfo in his company, fuch a$ the bourg Calart, the bourg Anglois, the bourg de Cham-* pagne, Raymond de Force, a Gafcon, and Peter de Beam, a Bearnois.- * Montpenfier,—a town in Auvergne, diocefe of Ciennont,-near Aigueperfc. • • .' Aimerigot 76


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