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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
page 153



gaiççd, an^ *c garrifon flap or made puftpers, £e in(b\ntly wrote to tfyç ki^g of Arragon, and tç coufijU Jolapte de By, to beg they would give up to Mm Peter de Montfaucon and his com-panions. His reqpeft was immediately complied w;th, and tliçy weje fj&x% t,o t^e duke of Berry. Tfcey were indebted to hit?* or they frould in-fallibly ^ave all been put to death. CHAP. XXL AN ACHIEVEMENT OF ARMS PERFORMED BEFORE THE SENESCHAL OF BORDEAUX, BETWEEN A KNIGHT • ATTACHED TO FRANCS; AND ONE ATTACHED TO ENGLAND. J^T this period, there was an achievement of - " arms performed by two knights at Bordeaux, in the prefence of the fenefcbal, fir John Harpe-don, and other noblemen. Tbefe knight* mreye the lord de la Rochefoucault, fon to the fiftpr of the captai de Buch, and fir William de Mpnt-ferrant, attached to the englifii intereft. As tjris tHt was to be made before all the lords apd ladiçs of Bordeaux^ the count de Foix Cent thither fome knights of his houfehold to advife and dired the lord de la Rochefoucault, ^ho was the fon of his coufin, and likewife different forts of armour, daggers, battle-axes, and fwordf well tempered, . although .140


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