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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
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making war, by declaring we have not been paid the comportions that are due to us from Auvergne. Let us fend, therefore, to the peafants of different villages (taking care, however, to be ftrong enough to enforce our orders), and tell them, that uniefs they compound with us, we will make' war on them/ 4 Well, be it fo/ replied Aymerigot ; 6 but where can we at this moment fix our place of re-fidence?' Some of thetn faid,—4 We know of a fort that is difmantled, belonging to the lord de la Tour, w hich no one guards. Let us go thither, and repair and ftrengthen it; and, when this is done, we will garrifon it, and overrun at our plea-fure Limoufin and Auvergne.' 4 And where is this fort fituated f afkéd Ay* merigoL 4 One league from la Tour,' anfwered thofe who Were acquainted with it, and hadv well examined its fituation : * it is called la Roche de Vandais.' 4 On my faith, you fay well : it is the very place for us,' replied Aymerigot ; 4 and, although the lands- are now feparated from its dépendance, it is a mefne fief on Limoges. We will go and look at it, and, if worth while, take poffeffion and fortify it!' Having determined on this, they all went tq la Roche de Vandais, examined its ftrength minutely, and were more pleafed with it than before : they inftantly took poffeffion, and by degrees fortified the place before they made any. excurfions or did harm to the country. Whçn they had made it fufficiently 140


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