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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 275



fir William "Clinton ; between fir Hoyau d'Araincs and fir William France ; but thefe were all fet afide like the firft. During the time the Englifh were quartered in ths fuburbs of Nantes, thefe French knights and fquires were within the town. The lord de Ver-tain and the others were requefted by the French knights to deliver them from their engagements while they were before Nantes* .but the governors in Nantes would not confent, and excufed their frirind$% fayiftg, tfyey were- in Nantes, as fo^diors, intrufted .with tht gu^rd and defence of the town. Nothing, more paffed until, the. earl of Bucking-ham's army Were fi*ed,in their quarters at Vannes, HenriebfCM^ QjpuTi perlé an^.Quimpc^ when fir Barrbis 4**; BOT?5* &r; LHqyau d'Araires, and manjr othfcr fkaighns fquire$, came to chateau -Jofielin;.' feven* leagues ffom Vannes, where the conftable of France refided. The count de la Marche wich.feveral knights were alfo there, who wtmj'Wtr^i glad to fçe them, and, received thep bahdfombly. : They .jnfQrnjcd the conftable qf aty -that had pàflctU ^d^hatfyc)} a^d fuch perfons had undertaken deeds ; of prowefs againft others of the Englifh. Tbei c^ooft^ls ;|ieard this;with pleafure, and faid; c.Send; £o,-thjçpi:.. we will,grant them •paflports^Wperform %:fe deefls of arms,, if they •be willing tojome. ' : : , ' : ; Le Galfois d\Aurv&y and fir Hoyau d'Araincs were.the firft, to fay,,they were ready to perform their engagement of;ft|iree.CQurfes with.the (pear, on horfe&ack. ^ Wbta [ fir William Clinton and fir • - William S6È


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