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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.12

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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.12
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INDEX. » * Aljubarota, the battle of, between the armies of Spain ànd Portugal, VIL 277, 404. Alois, the caftle o£ in Auvergne, taken by Ameri-gof Marcel, V. 77. Sf. Amand, the town of, taken by the earl of Hainault, I. 237. ': Ambreticourt, fir Euftace d', hofpitably receives '. queen Ifabella of England, after fhe had fled from Paris, 1. 19.—Taken prifoner at the battle ' of Poitiers, II. 320.—Refcued by his own men, 326.—Defeated and taken prifoner at the battle of Nogeiït fur Seine, 452.*—Obtains his freedom and takes fe-veral towns in Champagne, 461.—Takes the town of Achery fur Aine, in Picardy, III. 15.—Commits great devaftàtions in Picardy, &c. 32.—Made prifoner apd ' ' ranfomed in Limoufin, IV. 11*6.—Dies at Carentan, in Normandy, 117. ' Ambreticourt, fir John d*, on his return from Galicia, goes to Paris, to accomplifh -a deed of arms, IX. 27. ' Amur at, the Turkifh commander, defeated by the Hungarians, VII. 346.—Invades Hun-gary a fécond time, X. 354. Anchin, Peter df, takes the town of Orringas, VÏI. 135.—Sells it for 8000 francs, 137. Anàreghen, the caftle of, belonging to the earl ' of Flanders, burnt and pillaged by the Whitchoods, under John Lyon, V.' 119. Andreghcn,


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