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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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CHAP. II. WILLIAM DE LIGNAC, SENESCHAL OF SAINTONGÈ FOR THE KING OF FRANCE, CONQUERS FROM THE ENGLISH THE CASTLE OF AIGLE.—THE ARMY OF THE DUKE OF BOURBON TAKES MONT-LIEU, AND THE BRIDGE OF TAILLEBOURG WHILE BESIEGING THAT PLACE. \ATE will now return to the army whieh the duke of Bourbon and the count de la Marche conducted into Poitou and Lhnoufin. The duke left Moulins in the Bourbonnois, and marched with a handfome company of knights and fquires to accompli fh his expedition, at-tended by John de Harcourt his nephew. The duke OF Bonrbon had iflued his fpecial fumtnons for thofe of Berry, Auvergne, Poitou, Rouergue, Saintonge and Ltmoufin, to AFFEMBLE at Niort, twelve leagues from Poitiers. While this army WAS afiembling, fir William de Lignac, a valiant knight and fénéfchal for the king of France of Saintonge, and governor of MHIan*, refided in that country. He advanced into the Angou-mois with ALL his men at arms, to the amount of two hundred combatants, and halted before the caftle of Aigle, which the ENGLIFH pofleffed, and from this place, during the winter and the preceding fummer, they had exceedingly har-RAFFED the country. # Millan. Q. if not Milite ; which ii inr ttmepntts. Sir-


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