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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.8

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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.8
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though they dared not complain for fear of their lives* They were more deftrudive than the Eng-lifh would have been if quartered in that country* The king of France and his lords had many fears; for, -fhould they leave thefe fcoundreis behind, they would unite and mafter the country; and this would have happened, had the invafion taken {dace, and been unfuccefsfîiL During the refidence of the duke and, duchefs of Lancafter at Sant Jago, feveral of their knights and fquires made excurfions into the country, and fupportèd themfelves in the bed manner in which they were able, on whatever they could find. It fell out, that fir Thomas Moreaux, marfhal of the mrmy, in company with fir Maubrun de Linieres, fir John d'Ambreticourt, Thierry and William de Soumain, and about two hundred fpears and five hundred archers, when in Galicia, came before the town of Rouelles, feven leagues, from Sant Jago* He had heard that the townfmen would not acknowledge the duke of Lancafter for king ; and had flak hit foragers, who, on their return, hid paffed by their barriers* They had ruined their roads fo much, that the only tolerable one wm clofe to the town ; and, when they found a good opportunity, they rufhed out, and, like thieves as they were, murdered all paflers, whether foraprs or not* Complaints had been made of thttr con* du& to the marfhal, who was determined to apply I* remedy, that being a part of his officii duty* He and Ms companions dismounted, when ftcaf the town* The watch had before founded his - bom, m


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