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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
page 140



WQ. Araaut, gf He*r*» would pit furrç**!** , any tarage biA carried m * fcarp contest agaças* Fraooe. He feat to Upper Qtfotny- and lèap\ for fome knight adventurers t», stô*st feint m war; and many able men e$m« toWj^. He ha4 .fix captains, each .of whom h$d §%* Ippw more under his cprnmand: bis brother* Join* d# Béar% a gallant fquire, Pf ter d'Ai^çh» d$ Sfc. gorre, brother-german to the lor4 d'Apsfe**^ who would never turn to the Frer*cfe, SnHMtyii de Sainte Coioinl^ Enmnton de Mwta^|% d$ Sainte.'Bafiki and le bourg dç Çaroofe, Thefe. captaiija made many e^cur|ifwt inAç Bigorre, the Touioufein, the Ç&rQ**tfb&o^ mè on the Albigeois; for'the; wioeal tjbejf tefr Lourde they were on eoeopy's. ground* whiçli they overran to a great exteat, fom^iimae tfektyp leagues from their castle* " In their m&rck thqp touched nothing, but mai their return all thing* were' feized, and fometime». they fefWgM them fo many prifoners,x and- ftwh quantity* of cattle, they knew ' not. how to dilf CP§- of, Jodge them. They laid tratar co»trihutî^tfe|5 whole country*except, the territory of tta,c*w& de Foix; but there they dared no* tgj& % fort. Without paying'for it,5 nor hurfc my mm feel Wg*. ing to the count, or even* any whs* h&khm port;' for it would have e**3ge4 him fit imcl^ that they must have beea ruined. Thefe' companions' in Lourde- t^aè tfcfr foii^foe* tion of overrunning the whote cou^r^vtepwe* they pleafecL Tarbes, which, is f*tt*ttta& %s I * '•' have


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