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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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lances at Polamîàick ; fir Peter de la Toce at thé caftle of Lamefun j the baftard d'Efpaign at Morlas ; fir Arnold William with, at the utmoft, one hun-dred fpears at Pau* ; fir Guy de la Motte at Mont* marfen ; fir Raymond de Châtelneuf at Sauveterref j fir Evan de Foix, baftard-fon to the count, at MontefquieuJ; fir Verdol de Nenofan, and fit John de Sainte Marcel, at Oron§ ; fir Heâor de fa Garde at Mont-gerbiel ; fir John de Châtelneuf at Erciel j fir John PAifne, who had the command of the caftle of Beauvoifin, was ordered to be very attentive to the whole of that frontier, and fent hk coufin, fir Arnaulton d'Efpaign, to St. Gaudens |. In fhort, there was not a town or caftle in Foix and Beam unprovided with men at arms, which the count faid were fufficient to oppofe double thdi8 numbers ; for they amounted, in the whole, to twenty thoufand picked men at arms. It,was told to fir William de Lignac, Who refided at Touloufe, and fir Walter de Paflac, at Garcaf-fone, how the count de Fout had fummoned his men at arms and reinforced all his garrifons ; and that it was reported he would not fuffer their army to pafs through his country. The two knights* on hearing this, though captains of the others, were • Pau, a city in Beam* f Sauveterre, feven leagues from Pau. I Montefquieu. Q. Montefquieu de VoWetre; § Oron. Q. Ornolac, a town in Foix, diocefe of Pittiierft H St. Galiciens, a town in Gafcony, capital of the Nebouzan, fituated ©n the Garonne. much


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