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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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• fîi CHAP. JEXYIL- 3fr Jc*tf Fr&tarf îtod tic Knjgfct of Foil arf itc Ét Casseres, where Aé Knight relates to him the Capture of tfie Town by the jÉiteagtiacs, 46d also the Re-capture of it oy the Count de Fôix; and, às they journey, # fhejr conversé on dîrtererrt Feats of Arms between the Armag-Mci afcd Foixiéns - - 139 XXVIIL Froisé^rf continues his Journey with the Knight of Foix, who ' - relates to him several Particu-lars relative to the Sieges of Brest and îïefval, and how the -Duke ofcAnjoii recovered Mal-voisiti and lYigalet from the - English '- - - 149 XXÎX. Froissart continues his Journey : in travelling from Tournay to Tarbés, the Knight relates to him low the Garrison of Lourde had a sharp Rencounter with the „ ^ • trench from the adjacent Gar- risons,—with several Partku-• ' lars touching the Siege of iôurde, and the Death of the * " Governor, who would not sur-render it to his Relation the Count de Êoix - -. - 169 XXX. During me Journey from Tarbes to Morlens, the Knight of Foix relates to Froissart the Quarrel and Reconciliation between the Duke of Berry and the Count de Foix,—and also the Cause of the War between him and • . the Count d'Armagnac 179 A 2 ' CHAP, Pag*


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