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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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the lord de Villeneuve, and to all the men at arms thereabout : they were in the whole full three hundred fpears ; and when affembled at Nonnay, by the advice of Limoufin, they form-ed two ambufcades. The vifcountde Poljgnac and the lord de Chalençon commanded one, and the lords de la Voultç, dè Montclare, de Salières, and fir Louis de Tournon the other. They had equally divided their men ; and tlie yifcount de Polignac and" his party were polled near St. Rambut in Forêts, at a pafs where Louis Raim-baut would be forced to croft the river Loire at the bridge, or higher up at a ford above Puy. € When Louis Raimbaut had fihifhed his bufi-nefs at Ance, he fet out with forty lances, not expecting to meet with any onç, nor fufpecting any thing from Limoufin, as he was the farthert from his thoughts. I mull tell you, that he was accuftomed never to go ajid return by the fame road : he had come by St. Rambut. On his re-turn, he went over the hills ' above Lyons, and Vienne, and below the village of Argental *, and then ftraight towards le Monaftier, three fhort leagues from Puy ; and, after palling between the caftlos of Meneftroland Montfaucon, he made a •circuit towards a village called le fiatferie, be-tween Nonnay and St. Julien. There is a pafs in the wood there that cannot be avoided by any of thofe who take this road, unlefs they go through Nonnay; and there was polled the am* fmfeade of the lord de la Voulte, with about two * Argental,—a village of ForêU, diocese of Vienne. • ' vhundr€4 232


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