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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 137



who had been very much alarmed, but was re* joiced on hearing the enemy had retreated* though thofe of Montferrant had fufiered feverely by their vifit, as her country was now freed from fuch near and troublefome neighbours. € On - my faith, 9 faid the - count-dauphin, . * though it were to coil me a very large fum of money, I wi(h thefe pillagers had remained in Montferrant, for it ihould have ended badly with them. We in Auvergne could never have had fo fair an opportunity of puniihing them, and gaining their forts. They prove their abilities in war by having fo expeditioufly finifbed the-matter. They have now re-entered their forts, and their plunder is in fafety/ Thus did the count-dàuphin of Auvergne and his daughter, the duchefs of Bourbon, converfe together. Perrot le Béarnois, Olim Barbe, le bourg de Copane, le bourg Anglois, Apthon Seighin, and the other captains of the free companies, on their arrival at Donzac, made a divifion of their pil-lage and prifoners ; fome they ranfoiried, others were carried with them to their different forts, when they feparated at Donzac for Carlat, Cha-luçet, and their other garifons. The country of Auvergne was now better guarded than ever. The count d'Armagnac and the count-dauphin fent, however, to tell PecrQt le Béarnois, that he had treacheroufly and wick-edly furprifed and plundered Montferrant, during the time when treaties were negotiating between them,' and that, as he had affented to fuch treaties, they expected he weulcbzhake repara-tion - . 126


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