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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 240



tiny this mcffagc. . They took leave of the duke, and rode to Nantes : in the whole, they were about fixty fpears. The Englifh having marched from Coffé, and entered the foreft of la Gravelle, which they tra-verfed, arrived at Vitré* in Brittany, where they felt themfelves more fecure than they had hitherto been, for they knew they fhould no longer be pur-fued by the French. From thence they went to Châteaubriantf, where they remained with the knights from the duke of Brittany, who met them at that place. The earl of Buckingham and the barons of England received the knights from the duke of Brittany moft honourably, and there were many councils and debates. The Englifh faid in plain terms, they were much aftonifhed that neither the duke npr the country were better prepared, and fliewcd not any inclinations to receive them -, for it was at their requeft they were come, and had fuf~ fered fo many difficulties in their march through France. The lord de Montbourfier then faid, in excufe of the, duke ; € My lords, you have very good caufe for having thus fpoken, and the duke has a thorough good will to fulfil every article of the engagements which have been entered into be-tween you both, to the utmoft of his power ; but • Vitré,—a city of Brittany, on the Vilaine, diocefe of Reanes. . f Châteaubriant,—a town of Brittany, on the confines of Anjou, diocefe of Nantes» CD 229


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