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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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Gafcony—the earl of Perigord," the earl of Co* minges, the earl of Carmaing, the earl of Villemort, ^he vifcount Brumquet, the lord de la Borde, and many . other knights and barons, * and nothing refilled them but the fortrefles, which the Engliih garrifons carefully guarded. Many gallant feats of arms were performed in this country, of which we fhall fpeak in proper time and place; for the prefent we mud return to Scotland, and fee what is going on there during this iiege of Tournay. CHAP. LIV. THE SCOTS RECOVER GREAT PART OF THEIR COUNTRY, DURING THE SIEGE OF TOURNAY. r Ι Ή Ε reader ihould be informed, that fir William Douglas, fon of the brother of fir James Douglas, who was killed in Spain *, the eafl ôf Moray, the earl Patrick of Dunbar, the earl of Sutherland, fir Robert Keith, fir Sirnon Frafer, and Alexander Ramfay, had remained as governors of the remnant of Scotland, that waNs not in the pofieffion of the Engliih. During the fpace of feven years they had fecreted themfelves in the foreft of Jedworth, in winter as well as fummer, and thence had carried on a war againft all the towns and fortrefles, wherein king Edward had placed any garrifons, in which * Celebrated in Scottiih (tory under the name of the knight of Liddefdale.—Lord Haile mentions him alone as being fent on the embaiTy to France.-r-Robert the Stewart wa,s regent of kingdomt ' many


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