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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.11

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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.11
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*S .GafcQny, J&ëara ffifl 5erm#vy. Sir John d^ tÇmilly, . haftardrfon fo flçç tye c^pfcal de B#çh, |i JW»g jfnd expert }a%J.t? .was governor pf the &r$ng p^Ùç xf Jfojgeyilîe.. YQU fflay fuppôfc fbft the capt^ip^ pf fitch fofts afs £-oijrde ip Bigarre, pp. the border? of Arragosi, JJpyteville on the frontiers of Sainjqrçge, near Rçchelle, and ^iortaign, were forely vexed jhey could no longer #vprrun the country a&cj n^ake their ^eppftpmed pillage frofn thç neighbouring towns. They had Jbcen particularly forbidden to infringe the articles pf the tfucc, under pain pf being feverely pu-nifhed. Af this period, an expedition againft Ireland was propofed in the Englifh council ; for in the truces king Richard had agreed to with France and her allies, young as he was, he had referved Ireland from being included, as his predeceflbrs had always claimed it as their right ; and his grandfather, king Edward of l^ppy memory, had figned himfelf king and lord of Ierland, and had continued his wars againj&t the natives - notwith-f wdi&g his prcfUirA from other quarters. The ywng knights acid fqyire^ pf England, eager to igmXut t&emfeltfes, m wm\, were Rejoiced to learn that king Richard intended leading.a large power of men at arms and archers into Ireland, and that he had declared he would not rctarn-thence until he fpuld have finally ^fettled every thing m his fatisfa&ion. , . - Iv was,.at the facie coufdi, ordered, that the ipkfe of Lancafter4 who in his tim* hacWUboure^ •. - * hard -H8


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