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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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fcîquart de Luperiere, and afterwards gave it id the count de Foix, who ftill holds it, and wilï do fo as long he lives ; for it is well guarded by a knight of Bigorre,- a relation of his, called fir Raymond de Lane. c The duke of Anjou having gained pofleflion of Malfoifin, and freed the country, and alt Lane-bourg, of the Englifh and other pillagers* laid fiege to the town and cafile of Lourde. The count de Foix, feeing him fo near his ter-ritories, began to be very doubtful what his in-tentions might be. He therefore iffued his fum-mons to his knights and fquires, and fent them into different garrifons. He placed his brother, fir Arnaiit William* with two hundred lances, in Morlens ; his other brother, fir Peter de Beam, with the fame number of lancés, in Pmi ; fir Peter de Cabeftert, with the like number, in the city of TEftrade; fir Mouvant de Novalles in the town of tîertilîet with one hundred lances ; fir Craal Geberel in Montgerbiel with the like number ; fir Fouquat d'Orterèy in the town of Sauveterre* with the fame ; and J, Efpaing du Lyon, was fent to Mont-de-marfen with two hundred lances. Thçre was not a caille in all Beam that was not weft provided with men at arms : he him(elf reihained to guard his florins in the caftle of Orthez/ ' Sir/ faid I to the knight, f has he a great quantity of them ?' « By mf faith/ replied he* 4 the count de Foix has at this moment a hun * Situated on the gave of Olcron, •€?m leagues from Pm. '158


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