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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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and nothing more was donnas to deeds of arms, in thefe two provinces the remainder of the fea-ion, for the truce that had been agreed to laJl nhtil the enfuing month of May now took place* • The iege of Ventadour by fir William de Ligratc, fir John Bonne-lance, and fir John le Bonteiller ftill continued ; for Geoffry Tête-noir was fo prefiimptuous as to pay not the leaft at* tdnMon to the truce, nor to the befiçgers, de-pending on the ftrength of his caftie. • We will now, for variety, return to the affairs #f Brabant and Gueldres. CHAP. XXXI. tfHE BRABANTERS PRESS GRAVE HARD BY THEIR * SIEGE.—THE GUELDRIANS BURN A BRIDGE THE BRABANTERS HAD THROWN OVER THE MEUSE, TO ENTER GUELDRES. YOU have before read how anxious the du-chefs of Brabant was to make war on the duke of Gueldres, and tobefiege Grave. There was a great force of knights and fquires from the principal towns before it, who declared their in-tentions were not to depart until they had gained poffefiion of it; and the duchefs, to fliow how interefted fhe was in the matter, bad come to refide at Bois le Duc, four leagues diftant from it. 1 • . • • „ The befieging army was plentifully fupplied with all things that oame thither by fea, or down ' 205


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