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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.9

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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.9
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meeting sir John Holland and the other Eng. lifli; but they had left it for Bordeaux, where thefy had embarked, and had landed in England. . The duke of Lancafter made a long refidemse at Bayonne, and enforced the. payments of ar-rears, and other dues (mm thf duchy of A*$i*i« tainé, and fuch parts m were under the obedi* ence of king Richaid ; for he had a commiflfatt to impofe and receive all taxes to his own ufe, and he ftiled himfelf diikQ .arid governor «ôf Aquitaine. We will now lewre • the duke A the Enghflt, until it fhall be pfoper to return to them, and fpeak of other matte cs. CHAP. VIII. THE COUNT D* ARMAGNAC TAKES GREAT PAINS TO PREVAIL ON THE FREE COMPANIES TO GIVE UP THEIR FORTS FOR A SUM ÔF'todNÉY'. —THE COUNT BE FOIX, UNDERHAND PRE-VENTS HIS SUCCESS. THE count d'Armagnac* at this period, re-, side4 in Auvergne, and was negotiating with fiich free companions as held forts in Au-vergne, Quercy and Iimoufin. The count tocfk great pains, from his attachment to France^ to make the leaders of thefe, gairifons, 4who did great mifchief to the country, furrender them up, and 4^P^rt to. other,places,; All the cap-tains, ' except Geoffiry T«te*n»irf who held Ventadour, 41


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