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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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fhe castle was not eafy to win by storm, and it would probably have cost him mqjiy Hyps. They made their preparations tp depart, packing up every thing they could. Of pillage they had enough, and carried away the best part of it* leaving the rest behind them. Sir Garsis had them fafely efcorted as far château Cullie. c By this means did the French gain the castle jjf Trigalet, which sir Garsis gave to the com-jqojialty of the country who had accompanied him, to do with if what they chose. They der termiped to deftroy and raze it, in the manner you have feen, which was so completely done, that no one since has ever thought of rebuilding it. 'Sir Garsis would h^ve marched from thence fo castle Nautilleux, * which is fituated on the moors, near to the castle of Lamen, f to free it from thofe companions who had poffeffion of it ; but on the road they told him,—c My lord, you have ^ need to advance further, for you will not find any one in caftle Nautilleux : thofe who were there are fled, fome one way, fome ano-ther, we know not whither.* Sir Garfis, on hearing this, halted in the plain to confider what was best to be done. c The fénéfchal de Nobefen happened to be prefent, who faid,—' Sir, this caftle is within my jurifdiction, and fhould be held from the count de Foix: gwe it me, I beg of you, and I * Nautilleux.—f Lamen.—Depys Sauvage adds a marginal note : ' Judge whether thefe two places may not i?e what he |efore calls Nemilleux and Mefén.* ' frolffart calls it Natiltepx and Nantilleuf. . ' ' • • will 155


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