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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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Aigue-perfcs#, and Mom, where they haltech They then marched to Clermont, and were gladly received by the bifhop and the inhabitants. The men at arms receive pay at Clermont, for a tax had been levied to this eifeft, and it was there de-livered to them. They continued their march to Nôtre Dame d'Orcinal t* four leagues from la Roche de Vandais* The vifcount de Meaux there fixed his quarters, as the knights and fquires from Auvergne and Limoufm had named this place for the point of affembly. When they were all col-lected, they amounted to more than four hundred lances, and one hundred genoefe crofs-bows. There were with the vifcount, the lor.d de Mon-tagu from the Vennandois, and his brother, the lord de Dommart, fir Bernard de la Riviere, fir William le Bouteiller, the lord de Domine, the lord de la Roche, the lord de la Tour, fir Lewis d'Abiere (, the lord de Saint-Arapiffe, fir Robert Dauphin, with many more. The captains of the Genoefe were two valiant fquires, called* Albert d Efpinolle and Callinace. Sir Lewis PEfglinelle, a gallant fquire, was at this time the vifcount's matter of the houfehold. The Genoefe, as well as the whole army, was completely equipped with arms and other neceflaries, or they * Aigiiebp«riâf9—-a Tillage in Umdaûn, diqcefe of Liinoge* t Nôtre Datoc d'Ordnal,—-w not in the Gazetteer, but Nôtre Dame éè Roquemadour, which is the name in the MSS. is a celebrate* pilgrimage in Ctaercy, near Kigeac. ' * * t Ifa-tfce:MS. it if fit Linn* dAntibiert. " would 148


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