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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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Join- d'Armagaarc, aftd, being m graat jffliâta* hail racoorle to her toothers, tm wanm. i§c reteted tie rriifery if 1er fttoaibiiipr ici powcrty ana ne* celky, il* 4umMy fMyei their pity, :«nd that tlkfy #0ultf deféad her agiinft thattyiart tie count, de Vert**,- toko had dËtahefïwd bet. vidtaitr tint Thë èmm éfÊÉmkgmm; ' peomifeA hk filet that hfc wouH* damply wfeh her requeftr and hid de-clared, that whatever it might coft him to recover he* right*,* hewcwld exerff himlelf in the attempt to the «tvdft of Ms pééerv • What he had -gaged to do, he performed; for I have before mentioned, • that in conjunction with the dauphin d'Auvergne, he had entered into treaties with many of the captains of forts in Auvergne, Li-moufin, Quercy or other parts, who, under colour of fighting for the ling- of England, had done the greateft mifchiefs to France. Thefe garrifons of Englifh, Gafcons and Bretons, received différent fums, and a pardon from France on furrendermg their caftles and quitting the kingdom. They readily, therefore, engaged to follow the count d* Armagnac into Lombardy, and retired until the proper time towards the rivers Rhône and Saone. The dukes of Berry and Burgundy permitted them to take what purveyances they pleafed in their lord/hips, for they were very defirous to be rid of them. ' • The Keutenant of the king of France for Dauphmy was at that time fir Enguerrand Dardin, and the king had written to Mm to permit attmen ' • . . • # at


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