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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.6

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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.6
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fended themfelves to the utmoft of their power, and difdained to furrender. At the firft attack, which was fevere,. the governor of the caftle called. Radulph, was flain. He was an expert and Valiant man at arms, but, having adventured himfelf too rafhly on the bulwarks, was killed by fui arrow. On his death the others lost courage : the castlç was taken, and the greater part of the garrifon put to the fword. Thus did the canon and his companions gain the caille of la Cour-tifle. They firengthened it with a new garrifon ; and, having well fupplied it with every thing, they marched towards the city of Seville the graaid. . t CHAP. X. THE CANON AND HIS COMPANIONS GAIN MUCH BOOTY FROM THE KING OF CASTILLE.—THEY MUTINY AGAINST THE KING OF PORTUGAL, WHO ORDERS THEIR PAY TO BE INSTANTLY DELIVERED TO THEM. rT,HESE Englifh .and Gafcon men at arms , continued marching until they came to Jaf-ffe* ten leagues from Seville. It is a badly in-.clofed towrjj but there is a very ftrong monaf-tcgry which thofe of the town and country had fortified, and they had retreated thither trufting to its ftfeng£hf On their avivai, the tojvn of Jaffire was imme-diately takçn and burnt. They fooa attacked the monaftery; but it was an hour before it was taken, VOL. VI, E • when 49


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