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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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Oudenarde* l'he inhabitante of Ghent were greatly rejoiced at it, and faid that Francis Atre-men deferred to be highly prized for his valour; • ÎTrancis Atremen remained governor of Oude-narde, where he gained great riches, with all forts of flores, which was a fortunate circum* fiance for the captors, fuch as corn and wines of all forts. Every thing fell into their hands* and *U the wealth which was there from France, Flanders, and Tournay; but whatever belonged to Hainault was faved, nor was any part of that taken but what was duly paid for. -CHAP. LXIIL ÀYMERIGOT MARCEL, AN ENGLISH CAPTAIS ON THE BORDERS OF AUVERGNE, TAKES BÎ •• STRATAGEM THE CASTLE OF MARQUEL.—^THi COUNTESS DAUPHINE RANSOMS IT FOR FIVB . THOUSAND FRANCS; ' ¥N this feme week an afmoft fimilar adventure happened in Auvergne, where the Englifli held feveral caftles bordering on the territories of the count dauphin, and on thofe of the bifhops of St. Flour and of Clermont. The Englifh garrifona knew the qountry of Auvergne had been drained of men at arms, for the greater part of them were with the king of France in Flanders i they, iû confequence, began to lay plans for furprifing fame of the ftrong places of Auvergne. Aymeri*


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