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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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Cochcrel*j where the captai de Buch com-manded for the king of Navarre, and many knights mud fquires went from us tô afflft him i fir James Planchin and fir John Jewel carried with them two hundred lances. I held at thia period a caille caled le Bed d'Allier, pretty near. to la Charité» on the road to the Bourbonois, and had under me forty lances, where I made great profit from the country near Moulins, and about St. Pourcain f and St. iPierre | le Mouftier. When news was brought me that captai, my master* was in Gontantiil, collecting men from all parte* having a great defire to fee him, I left my castle with twelve lances, with whom I joined fir James Planchin and fir John Jewel, and with-out accident or adventure we came to the captai, I believe you muft have all this in your history, m well as the event of the battle/ € Yes, I have/ faid I : € how the captai was made priftmer, and fir James Planchin and fir John Jewel killed/' That is right/ added he: * I alfo was made prifoner; but good luck befel me: for it wag to my coufin : he was coufin to my coufin now by my fide, the bourg de Copaire ; and his name was Bernard de Turide : he was killed in Por-tugal, at the affair of Aljubàrrota. Bernard, then tinder the command of fir Aymemon de Pom* miers, ranfomed me in the field for a thousand * Battle of Cocherel, 1364 t St Pourcain de Melcheres and St. Pourçain sur Vesbre, » Muges of BourlioiMiiii, near Moulina. % St. Pierre le Moûtier,—a town #f Nivernoia, aeven league* from Moulins. " " • * ' ' FRANCO É19


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