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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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how he had acted on Ms march? to Lourde* tic very cheerfully told, mè as follows: : c When the duke of Anjou matched his army firombefore Malvoifm^ he erofledthe river Left-chez by the bridge of Tournay,, and lodged at • Bagneres, (where there is a handf©me - riverwhioh runs by Tarbes: for that of Tourney tafcesmdi^ fere&t courfe,. and falls into the Garonne, below ,MontmiUUm) in his wary to lay fiege to Lourds. ! Sir Peter Arnautde Béarn,, with h» brother John, Peter d'Anchia Ernauton de Refiîn? Er»-nauton de Sainte Colombe anchle léenpiaat, who was then alive, Ferdinand da- Miranda*, Oliver Bapbe,. le bourg de Cornillaii, ler-bomg, Camuâ, and the other companions within Lourde» had good ioformatioiiof his arciva}, and-'had; much Arengthened th& place,, in. ail'refpects* agpkfcft hia coming* Lourde held ont, " m f§ife. o£ al» the attacks they could make m itf for fixteea clap ooofecutively. Many gaMaAdaedi -wore dime, and much mischief to the town, by the maakineé which the dake brought to. bea* agaioft it, fo finit at fengjtb it wag conquered^ but the* gpfnfcn fuffered nothing, rmr left mm, woman, • w .ehjld, for they had aUretreated to the c&ftle» m they knemr well the town could net alupji hM out, being only fortified with peltifadaes. ' When the French had won the team af Lourde they WERE much pleafed,, and* hwf»g fixed their quarter* m it* they famnmdeA fee .«aile, which w«* impregnable but by a loag fiege. /The duke was there ufwajd* of tic weeks, and loft mem 'than he geued for tip •' . befieger* 1ft


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