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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.1

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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.1
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CHAP.L&IVi The Eari of Montfart takes the Town and Caftle of Breft Page 254 LXV. The Earl of Montfort takes the City of Rennes -- 257 LXVL The Earl of Montfort takes the % Town and Caftle of Henneboh 259 N LXVII. The Earl of Montfort does homage to the King of England, for the Dukedom of Brittany - 264 LXVI1I. The Earl qf Montfort fummoned before the Parliament of Paris,at the requcft of the Lord Charles of Blois 266 LXIX. The Duchy of Brittany adjudged, by the Parliament of Paris, to the Lord Charles De Bkis - 269 LXX. The Lords of France enter Brittany, x , with Lord Charles De Blois 271 LXXL The Earl of Montfort taken Prifoner at Nantes, and the Manner of his death -- 275 LXXII. The King of England, for the third time, makes War upon theScfts 278 LXXIII. King David of Scotland advances with a large Army to Newcaftle upon Tyne -- 282 LXXIV. King David of Scotland takes and deftroys the City of Durham 284 LXXV. The King of Scotland bcfieges Wairk Caftle, belonging to the Earl of Salifbury ~ - 286 LXXVI. The King of England is enamoured with the Countefs of Saliibury - 291 LXXVII. The Earls of Saliibury and Moray are fet at liberty, in exchange for each other -- 296 8 CHAP.


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