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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.10

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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.10
page 97



8Sl CHAP, xi . % THfeEE FRENCH KNIGHTS HOLD A TOURNA-MENT AT SAINT INGLEVERE, NEAR CALAIS, " AND DEFEND THE LISTS, FOR THIRTY DAYS, AGAÎN8T ALLCOMERS, FROM ENGLAND AND • ELSEWHERE. AT this feafon, the truce between JEngl^nd •^: and France was punctually obferved on fça and land by both parties, excepting a few pillagers ïp Auvergne, who . continued. 4 war ajpinft th* pedants, op each fide the river Dordogme. Their , principal l^ders, who had fprrendçred orç gfr pitulation, were not openly guilty of any bigggh. of the trncç, ]pqt fecrçtly encouraged die m& chiefs that were daily committed, in Auvergne* Such complaint* were made of this to the kigg of Frarçcfc tfot ht determined, with the advice of his council, to remonftrate with the king of Eng-land on the conduct of thefe pillagers, who, not-withstanding the truce, ftili carried on a war in Auvergne and tfie adjoining country, which could not be fuffered,. neither ought it to be. I believe the king of England excufed himfelf, by faying that thofe who had committed the ads complained of were lawlefs people, over whom he had no controul. During the time in which thefe things were palling, the three knights before mentioned, who had undertaken to maintain the lifts againft all ; • comers,


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