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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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oê trance in perfon, oo&^Deferted aiiKei flain at the battle of Rofcbccque, 225. ^ Artois, lord Charles d', captured at the battle of Poitiers, IL 335. Artois, lord John d', captured at the batde of Poitiers, IL 335. Artois, lord Philip d', marries the lady Mary of Berry, and is appointed conftable of France, X. 87.—Taken prifoner at* the batde of Nicopoli in Turkey, XL 301*—Dies at Hautloge, m the fame country, 374. Artms, the lord Robert d', befriends Ifabella, queen of Edward the Second, after fhe had been commanded to quit France, L 18.—-Is himfelf banifhed by king Philip, 93.— Takes refuge in England, and is created earl of Richmond, 97.—Sent into Brittany to aid the countefs of Montford againft the lord Charles of Blois,' II. ^ ao.—Engages the lord Lewis of Spain at fea, 23.—Lands in Brittany, 25 .—Takes the[town of Vannes» . . 28.—Is befieged in it, 30.—Killed, 31; Arundel, the earl of, befieged with king Edward die Second in Briftol by the queen's forces* 1. 27.—Condemned to death and beheaded, • - ^9.' Arundel, Richard earl of, defeats the Flemifh fleet under fir John le Bucq, VIII. 158.—• Appointed to the command of a naval ex-pedition, IX. j51.—Lands near la Ro-chelle,


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