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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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men, do not ìbe caft down by what we have fuf fered through the lofs of my lord : he was but one man. Look at my little child here: if it pleafe God, he fhall be his reftorer, and (hall do you much fervice. I have plenty of wealth, which I will dis tribute among you, and will feek out for fuch a leader, as may give you a proper confidence.' When the countefs had, by thefe means, encouraged her friends and foldiers at Rennes, Ihe vifited all the other towns and fortrefles, taking her young fon John with her. She addreffed and encouraged them in the fame manner as ihe had done at Rennes. She ftrengthened her garrifons both with men and provjiions, paid handfomely for every thing, and gave largely wherever ihe thought it would have a good effeft. She then went to Hennebon, near the fea, where ihe and her fon remained all that winter j frequently vifiting her garrifons, whom (he encouraged, and paid liberally. w • • ι CHAP. LXXII. THE KINO OF ENGLAND, FOR THE THIRE} TIME, MAKES WAR UPON THE SCOTS. JT has been mentioned before, how the lords of Scotland, during the fiege of Tournay, had retaken many towns and fortrefles from the Englifli, which they poffeifed in Scotland. There only regained to them the cables of Stirling, Roxburgh, and Berwick* The


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