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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 313



Bttgia mi Barbary. Thus hate I traced to yon the defcent pf fir Bertrand du Guefclin/ « That is true/ replied I, c and I am very thankful to you for it9 which I will not forget.* As I faid this, we arrived at Prcuilly*.. CHAP. ZLVm. AMBASSADORS FROM THE KINO OF FRANCE WAIT OK THE DUKE OF BRITTANY RESPECTING THE ARREST OF HIS CONSTABLE. THE DUKE, HAVING HEARD THEM, GIVES THÇM HI8 ANSWER, JF I could have been as long with fir William d'Ancenis as I was with fir Efpaign du Lyon, when we travelled together from Pamiers to Orthès * The hjgh tentation of Bertrand du Guefeiin gave rife to many felfe repogs of his origin : the above i$ one. To dete& this, it is only necefiary to ftate, lft, There never was a prince in Brittany of the name of Aquin.—2dly, Charlemagne conquered that province by his lieutenants, and was never there in perfon, -~3diy, That the original name of the houfe of 'du Guefclin was aot GUy-aquin, but Guarplic, a compound of two breton words4 Gwar and Pile, which lignifies a creek, and defences the fitua- ' tion of the old caftîe du Guarplic, that was built on a creek, or gulph, in Concale bay, in the parifh of Saint Coulomb, diocef ©f D6Î. For farther particulars, fcel'hiflotre de la Bretagne,


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