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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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chclle, 196.—Defeats the Rqchellers in a flrirmilh, 201.—Lands in Normandy, and over-runs the country, 332.—Returns to Southampton,. 333,—Joins the duke of Gloucefter in his attempts to .excite dif-turbances in England, XL 349.—Com-mitted to the tower, XII. 25.—Beheaded, 29. Arundel, fir John, heads an armament againft France, and lands at Cherbourg, V. 1.— Sent with a force to the affiftance of the duke of Brittany, 150.—Perifhes at fea, 151- Aiai, Guy d', fteward of Touloufe, endeavours to prevent the free companies from enter-ing France, on their return from Spain, III. 251—Is defeated by them before Mont-aubon, and made prifoner, 258. Assembly, of the lords of England and France, held at Amiens, to treat of a peace be-tween the two countries, X. 344.—Breaks up without having accompliflied the objeft of its meeting, 355. • held at Rheims by the king of France and the emperor of Germany, to confult on meafures to put an end to the fchifm in the church, XII. 35. Assueton, fir John, a Scots knight, performs a gallant deed of arms at Noyon, IV. 86, Athenis, the town of, taken from the Englifh by the duke of Normandy, IL m. VOL, XII. P Athens, INDEX.


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