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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
page 120



caftie of Doiizac*, in tbe bifhoprick of Qer-irtont, that was not far diftant from Montferranf: Olim Barbe, a Gafcon* and famous pillager, was the captain of it. The companions/ from feten forts attached to *he ' Englifh ifcueij on the ap-pointed day, at Donzac, and were upwards of • four hundred lancet, well: mounted^, whence they had only fix leagues to ridé to Montferrant. The firft captain who arrived was Perrot le^Béar-,riois, to fhéw he was the chief of the expedi- - tion, and to confult with the other leaders before the whole came thither, and lay their plans ac-cording to the ihfoniation which .had* been 'given by Geronnet dé; Maudtirant, and as to the time he had ftxed for their coming to the télvn. 'i--- ^ ' i » « ' • . :' Geronriétr with eleven companions., • dpeffed themfelves in coats of frife*/ like to traders, and each leading a horfe weii* tadeh, according to the cuftom of the country,: fet out £fm* Donaac . before day, condttcting their hôrfeg 6A the road, *s darners: they arrived iobout nodh in• the town of Mbntferrant, No dne made anby inquiries who ' they • were, • never , fleeting them' to ' b* otherwife than Waders or cêtmfc^, as» their dreflfeS Aewéd, and fuppoftng* that they were come tô ptarehafe draperies and linens at the fafrj for $iey had travelled, they faid, from beyond Mont* Relief for this pûrpofe; uû4 already much nieN ehàndife had arrived firoiiî thfe neighbouring tow^is. ' ~.:r ' • *j ' m m »« —fin •; j i i fiiNl.i m i iitii i |i [i| i i. ! m m, ,„,, mi • „ ,;• mmmm m~ • Do*tzac, a vilfegfc in Apiagmp, dtacefe awi generality Àuch. " Geronnet . /109


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