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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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ÏHOEL Àrdtmbourg, the toWn of* takèn éy the then d Ghent, VI. 257.—Narrowly eleâpes being taken a fécond time by them, VII. 19. Ardres, the town of, in Picardy, attacked itn effe&ually by the French forces, III. 425. —Surrenders to the duke of Burgundy, IV. a88. Ardyick, the caftle of, in Picardy, taken by the duke of Burgundy, IV. 288. Armagnac, the lord of, complains to the king of France of a tax the prince of Wales was about to impofe upon the lands of himfelf and other lords of Gafcony, III. 343. Armagnac, the count d', obtains the remiffion of fixty thoufand francs of his ranfom of the count de Foix, at the interceffion of the princefs of Wales, VII. 128.—Endeavours to prevail on the free companies to fell their forts, IX. 41.—Is thwarted by the count de Foix, 4$.—Leads an army into Lombardy againft the duke of Milan, X. 260.—Applies to fir John Hawkwood for his afliftance, 264.—Befiegcs Alexandria, 267.—His death, 275. Armagnac, fir Bernard d*, does homage to the king of France, X. 358. Arnaut, fir Peter, appointed governor of Lourde, in Gafcony, VII. 129.—Murdered by the count de Foix, 177. Arragon, the king of, promifes to affift king Henry of Caftilie. againft don Pedro, and


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