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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.7

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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.7
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Tl Pbilip of Burgundy, Earl of Flan-flpi, p right of }»js Wife, with the Town of Ghent ?P4 its Allies . - 97 XXII. Peter du Bob. after tfye .conclusion of ' ^ie Tfacp, retires to ^og)a^4widi the. Lprq1 Bpiuxjiier, Governor of. Ghent - - - 107 2£3£III. Froissart gives his Reasons for visit-ing flic Coijat Foix • - - 110 XXjy. fi §hor| Repetition of what is con-tained in spmf jof |lie preceding / Chapters for th§ lifter TJnder- standing the History of the War between Ring John of Castille and « the Bptard of Portuga}, Brother to the If te J£inç Don Fernando * - 113 ' X^V. The Count de Foix, at the Entreaty of the Princess of Wales, remits the Count d'Armagnac Sixty Thousand francs out of |is Ransom of Two * Hundred and Fifty Thousand.-—* The English Garrison at Lourde governs the adjoining Country - 1$$ X^VL Sir Johp froissart, in his Journey to-wards Beam, is accompanied by a Knight attached to the Count de Fpix, wl|o relate? tQ jiim how tibm • Garrison of Lourde took Ortingas ipd l# Pajljer, on the renewal of tjie W^r in (fu^enne, after the IJujtfpfjre of the peace of Bre-. tigny - - - - 13« CHAP. Pagi


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