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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. LX. SIR CHAULES DE MONTMORENCY, AND MAN? OTHERS pF THE FRENCH, CAPTURED AT PONT A TRESS.tN. ΠΡΙΒΕ fiegeof Tourriay lafted a long time, and the town held out well ; but the king of England ihought he muft gain it, for he knew that there were within it great numbers of men at arms, and a fcarcity of provifion, which would oblige them to yield through hunger. But others faid, that they would find fupplies through the country of the Brabanters, who permitted frequent and large quantities of provifions to pafs through their armyj and even to enter the town. Thofe from Bruffels an4 Louvain were quite weary of remaining there fo long, and petitioned the marfhal of their army for leave to return to Brabant. The marfhal replied, that he was very willing to confent to their departure, but they muft leave them arms and accoutrements behind them. This made them fo athamed, that they never again ' repeated their requeft. During this fiege, the Germans made an ex curfion towards Pont à Treiïiq, where fir Robert de Bailleul had defeated the Hainaulters. The lord of Rauderondenc, fir John of Rauderondenc his fon, at that time a fquire, fir John de Randebourg, a fquire alfo,, and tutor to the lord of Rauderondenc's fon, fir Arnold de Bacqueghçn, fir Reginald d'Efcouvenort, fir Gourrat d'Aftra, fir Baftien dë Baftiee, Candrelier, his brother, the lord Strauren de


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