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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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Clermont, the cardinal of, cleared pope, under the name of Innocent the Sixth, II. 273. Clermont, lord John, flain at the battle of Poi-tiers, IL 323. Clisson, the lord of, captured at Vannes, II. 36. exchanged for lord Stafford, 43.—Beheaded at Paris, 44. Clisson, fir Oliver de, befieges the town of Be-cherel, IV. 217.—Befieges La Roche fur Yon, 225.—Takes the town of Dinant, . • V. 152.—Appointed cohftable of France, 237-.—Befieges Breft, VIL 303.—His fleet difperfed by a ftorm on his Voyage to Sluys, to join the armament of the king of France, VIII. 112.—Obtains the libera-tion of John of Brittany from England, and marries him to his daughter, 152.—• Makes preparations to invade England, 224, 232.-rArrefted by the duke of Brit-tany at the caftle of Ermine, 242.—Ob-tains his liberty, 257.—Complains to the king of France of the conduft of the duke of Brittany, and offers to refign his office of conftable, 259.—Retires to Montlehcry, 261.—Takes the towns of St. Malo and « St. Matthieu de Fine Poterne, IX. 155.— His caftles reftored to him by the duke . of Brittany, 169.—Way-laid and feverely wounded by fir Peter de Craon, X. 367.— On account of his wealth, he incurs the fufpicions and hatred of the dukes of Berry and Burgundy, XL 4.—Treated with great VOL. XII. R ' harfhnefs INDEX:


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