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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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marched through Rouergue and Agen, fkirted Perigord, and arrived at Bouteville, where he found the fénéfchals of la Rochelle, Poitou, Perigord and Agen, with numbers of men at arms. CHAP. XLIII. A SHORT DIGRESSION ON THE MANNERS OF THE ENGLISH AND GASCONS IN THE TIME OF FROISSART. Q££JQJJ countries njay weu wonder at the * noble realm of Prance, how finely it is fitu-ated, and what numbers of cilies, towns and caftles it poffeffes, as well in the diftant parts as in the heart of the country. There are in tra-velling from Touloufe to Bordeaux, the under-neath rich towns, iituated on the Garonne, called Gironde at Bordeaux, Grenade, Verdun, St. Nicholas, Auvillas, Valence, Leirac, Agen, Porte St. Marie, Aguillon, Tonneins, Mar-mande, St. Baiile, la Réole, St. Macaire, Lan-gon, Cadillac, Ripns, Caftres. Then afcend-ing the Dordogne, which falls into the Garonne, are the following caftles: St. André, Libourne, Caftillon, St. Foy, Bergerac, Ip, Linde, Limeul, St. Cyprian, Dommes, Soulljac. Some of thefe being Engliih and others French, carried on a war againft each other : t|ejr would have it fo ; for 384


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