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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 153



aypeafed, within WSFÇ dead men. He had a, hole ipiaàe in the wall, whkb wa^ not too large* through which they came out one by one. The count wae there, with his forces, drawn up in battle-array; and m they came out of the town they wem brought before him, and feat to di£* feren* caftles and towns m prifonefs. He took thare bis. coufin, fir John d'Armagnac» fir Ber-nard d'AJbreth» fip Manant de Barbafan, fir Ray* jnond" de Benach, fir Benedict de la Corneille, and about twenty of the- moft RESECTABLE, whom he carried with him to Orthez, and received from them, before they gained there liberty, one hun-dred thoufend francs* twice told- For this,. ray ffar fir, wm this, wall broken down, m a» parage for thofe of Annagnac and. Albreth: afterwards iH was inbuilt andi repaired/ When- he had fijj£(hedr hid hiflory we returned] to our lodgings ppl found the fiippet ready. On the morrow we mounted, our. tar&s» and ô£mg up the fide of die Garonne, pafled thremgh $alaminich, and, entered, the- lands, of the count* 4p Comminges and d'Armagnac. On the oppor fctefide, frppting us,. wa« the Garonne me the territories of the count de Foix. As we ruder on, ft* knig^fc f dinted out. to me a- town, which ap-j#*ipd tolerably: ftrong, catted Mart eta* le Tonf-^5 which, belongs to the count de Comminges ; ifi&tp. tfeft other fi^e of the rirer» twe caûies of tfee count da Foix, foaled on a ypountain, called |^c^fKaltand Mowelare. A& we were riding thefe towns, and 'c§tl«%;» a beautiful jjfpMJftw by the fide of the Garrone, the knight faid, m


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