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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 234



• m Corihon, le Pefai dé Pamiérs, le bourg dêAr*- ' ihefen ; in ihort, all our companions who were in that neighourhood. Wé were conducted to the caille of Sancerrë ift great triutnph ; and the free companies never fuffered fuch lô.fs in France as they did that day- Guichart d'Albigon, how-, ever, lot his prifoner through negligence, for he bled fo much that he died : fuch was the end of JohnAymery. By this defeat, which happened under the walls of Sancerfe, là Charité fur Loire furreudered to the French, as well às all the gar-rifons thereabout, by which means we obtained our liberties, and had paifports given us to quit the kingdom of France and go whitherfoever we pleàfed. Fortunately for Us, fir Bertrand du Guefelin, the lord de ïfeâujeu, fir Arnold d'An-dreghen inà the count de la Marche, at this mo-ment undertook an expedition into Spain, to affifi the baftard Henry againft don Pedro. Before that time, I was in Brittany at the battle of Au raye, "where I ferved urtder fir Hugh Calverley, and re-covered tny affairs • for the day was ours, and I made fuch good prifoners, they paid me two thoufand francs. I accompanied fir Hugh Cal-verley with ten lances iiito Spain, when we drove from theftce don Pedro ; but when treaties were afterwards made between don Pedfo and the pHhcfe of Wales, who wiflied to enter Cailillè, I tfài tiiere, in the company of fir Hugh Calvêr*-lèy, and returned to Aquitaine with him. The war was now renewed between the king of France atid the prince : we had enough to do, or it #as tigoroufly carried on $ and great ftom- hen


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