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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 188



. • m mm at arms of fir Bertrand returned to France j for the caftle had furrendercd the fame day the conftable had died, and the garrifon of it had g0n{ to that of Ventadour. When the king of France faw the men at arms of the conftable he turned ' afide for grief at the lois of him whom he had fo much loved : he gave to each of them a handfomc prefent fuitably to their .ranks. ' 1 . ; We will now leave thii fubjcA, and relate how . the earl of Buckingham, youngeft fon of Edward III. of England, having aflembled a large army of men at arms and archers, crofied the fea, mi marched his army through France to Brittany. A t - CHAfc XX-XHI." ' ' • [ ^ THE DUKE OF BVIT^AKV REQUESTS' SUCCOUR FROM T*Hf KINO Of ENGLAND.—tui ÈÀR1; of BUCKINGHAM, YOUNGEST SON TO TftB LAT KING,1 IS APPOINTED COMMANDER OF TFLA EXPEDITION/ ' *' " . • YOU have before heju-d* that.When tSie'dtike of .Brittany left' .England, king Richard and his uncles promifed him " aid of men at arms and archers, which ' they performed' with ill foccefsi for this was'the expedition under thé command of tif John Arundçl, who with, twp hundred men at


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