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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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Blancqutfort, Henry de» brother of the em-peror of Germany, forcibly marries Mar* garet of Hungary, who had been betrothed to Louis de Valois, VII. 48. Blèyes, the town of, befleged by the earl of Derby, II. 9a. Blois, the earl of, (lain at the batde of Poitiers, If. 168. • • . Blois, lord Charles of, claim* tfié duchy of Brit-tany, I. 266.—Declared the lawful duke of Brittany by the , parliament of Paris, 269.—Enters Brittaijy with a large force, affiftcd by the king of France, 271.—Con-quers feveral towns in the duchy, 272 et seq.—Takes his adverfary, the earl of • Montford, prifoner, 276.—Takes the town of Rennes, 299.—Befieges the counteTs of Montford in Hennebon, 300.—Takes the caftle of Aurai, 314.—Takes the town of Vannes by ftorm, 315.—Takes the town of Carhaix, II. 8.—Obtains pofleflion of the town of Jugon by treachery, 15.— Enters into a truce with the countefs of Montford, 16.—Befieges La Roche d'Er-rien, 211.—Taken prifoner by the forces of the countefs, 213.—Sent to England, 234.—Returns to France, 375.—Raifcs an army to oppofe lord John de Montford, III. 175.—Killed at the batde of Auray, 193. —Canonized by Urban the Fifth, 197. Blois, INDEX.


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