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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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where they called out the garrifon.and fought with them until fome were killed or wounded, and then they retired: fcarcely a day pafled with-out fome warlike deeds being done. . At this period, there was in the Touloufain a valiant knight from France, called fir Walter de Paffac : he was an expert captain and excellent man at arms, and born in Berry on the borders of Limoufin. Before his arrival, fir Hugh de Froide-ville, fènéfchal of Touloufe, and fir Roger d'Ef-paign, fènéfchal of Careaflbne, bad written to the king and council of the ftate of Touloufe and Rabaftens*; that feveral gallant companions from the garrifons of Lourde and châtel Cuillet had made war fuccefsfully for the Englifh ; and having pofleffion of Saint Forget, la Bàfiere f, le Mefnil, Pomperon, Convalle, Rochefort, JUIT lians |, Navarêt and fome other forts, they had furrounded the good city of Touloufe, fo that the inhabitants could not quit it, nor the farmers labour their vineyards or gardens but with great rifk, for there was neither truce nor any coim pofition entered into between them. They were commanded by an able man from Bifcay, called Efpaignolet, who performed wonders, and took by fcalado the çastle of Ermaille, whilft its maf-ter, fir Raymond, wa» abfent at Touloufe, and kept pofleffion for upwards of one year. During • • ! • T * Rabaftens,-~a town of upper Languedoc, nine Jeajjuef from Touloufe. ' • t La Baflère,—a village near Tarbes. \ I Jullians,—a village near Tarbe*. VOL. VIL £ 805


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