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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 186



• . • ; t 177 * ' GEuyot du Set had not fooner explained his filia-tion than they agreed to furrendet on the tetms* that they fhould carry away with them all they Were able* and be allowed one month to retiré whither they pleafed. This was inftantly agreed tb, and Written and fignèd. The French, by the fortunate iffue of the fkirmifh, became matters of la Rocihe de Vandaiç : fo true is it, that good or ill fortune in ai*ms is the lot ôf perfevèraftce; • '. The whole cotintry was much rejoiced on hearing éf this furrender. The articles of the treaty with GUyot du Sel were pun&ually obferved, and when the garrifon had packed up all they could carry* %they had petniiffion to depart, and paflports given them, to continue for one month. The vifcount de Meaux and his Mights aban-doned la Roche de Vàndais to the country people* who inftantly fet about demolifhing it, ahd never left it Until there did hot remain one ftone oil another. The men at arms from Auvergne, who had joined the vifcount, now took leave of him, and returned to their homes. The vifcount per-mitted many of .his own men to depart for Pi-tardy: he himfelf went for la Rochelle, but Hopped at Saint Jean d'Angely, to defend that part of Saintonge againft pillagers, who, wherievei1 they found a good opportunity, overran it, ' for Ms orders were to oppofe them. ttiAf.


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