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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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others were, William de Sainte Foix, who held Bouteville ; Amerigdt Marcel, who relided at Loyfe, near St. Flour in Auvergne the bourg de Copane and the bourg Anglois, who held Cariât» He faid, he could at any time have Amerigot Marcel ; but he was defirous of gain-ing over Perret le Béarnois, and Geoffry Tête-noir, who held Ventadour and was the chief of them all. They only laughed, and made their jokes of the count, difdaining to enter into any treaty with him or any one elfe. Geoffry knew his cattle was impregnable, and provided with ftores and a fufficient garrifon for feven or eight years find it was not in the power of any lord to (hut him up, fo that he could not beprevènt-ed from making fallies whenever he chofe. Geoffry began all his paffports and treaties of compofitions with, c Geoffry Tête-noir, duke of Ventadour, count of Limoufin, fovereign lord and commander of all the captains in Auvergne, Rouergue and Limoufin,' I will now leave thefe matters, and fpeak of what was paffing in toy own country, from the peace which was granted to the Ghent men, on the conclufion of their war, bv the duke and duchefs of Bur-gundy, who figned -and fealed it in the noble city ofTournay. To add ftrength to my hiftory, I mull fpeak of what was paffing in Gueldres and Brabant ; for the king of France and duke of Burgundy were much affected by the events that happened in thofe countries, and took great part in the war that enfûéd. * • : ' ' CHAP.


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