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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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fcaft, and made great preparations for the cele* bration of it. On the day of the feaft, no one appeared to the fummons, but one knight,' fir Henry de Leon, who was a powerful and valiant man: neverthhelefs, they continued the feaft for three days with the citizens of Nantes, and thofe near the city, in the beft manner they could. It was then refolved to expend the great treafure in obtaining poffeffion of the duchy, to colleft a numerous body of foldiers, both horfe and foot, and to force all that ihould rebel againft him to alk his mercy. This council was attended by all who were at Nantes, knights, clerks, and citizens. Soldiers were enlifted from ail parts, and well paid ; fo that they foon had a large body of .horfe, as well as foot, of thofe that were noble, as well as thofe that were not, and. from all parts and countries. ) CHAP. LXIV. iTHè^EARI, Ο* MONTFORT TAKES THE TOWN AND CASTLE OF BREST. ^γΗΕΝ the earl of Montfort found that he had men in plenty, he was advifed to go and poffefs himfelf, either by violent or gentle means, of all the country, and to fubdue his enemies. He {allied out, therefore, from Nantes, with a large army, and drew towards a very ftrong caftle, fituated upon the fea-coaft, called Breft : fir Walter de


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