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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
page 374



iÇ5 • , · The parley was fo managed, that every thing was amicably adjufted, and the two knights fwore fealty ' and homage to the earl, who immediately departed, after .having appointed them as his governors of%the caille and of the furrounding country, and went toward a ftrong caftle4n that neighbourhood, called Goy la Foreft. He who was governor of it, perceiving thftt the earl had à ftrong force, and that all the country was fubmitting itfelf to him, by the advice and remonftrances of fir Hervé de Léon (with whom he had formerly been companion at arms in Pruflia, Grenada, and in many other foreign countries), yielded it up to the earl, and fwore fealty and homage to him, who continued him as governor of the place. He then went to Carhaix, a good town, with a ftrong caftle. The lord of it was a biihop, who at the time was there' : he was uncle to fir Hervé de Léon, and by his advice and affedion for him, he furrendered it to the earl, acknowledging him as his lord, until fome other ihould come, and ihew a more juft title to the dukedom of Brittany*. * It wae the biihop of Quimper, Alain le Gal, who was prot»bly on his vifitation round his dioceïe. The author of the v hiftory of Brittany before quoted, feems to doubt the relation* (hip between the ,bifhop and fir Hervé de Léon. CHAP.


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