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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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Corassej the lord of, faid to have been fervedby *â familiar fpirit called Orthon, VII. 294. Cormicy, the caftle of, taken by fir Bartholomew Burgherft, III- 26. Coucy, the lord de, declines taking any part in the wars between the ^ kings of France and England, IV. 52.—Leads a large army into Auftria, 275.—Returns without having ef-fected any thing, 278.—Takes the town of Bayeux, &c. 376.—Takes the town of Ev-reux, V. 10.—Appointed governor of Pi-cardy, 176.—Appeafes the Parifian irifur-gents, VI. 16.—Endeavours to gain over the duke of Brittany to the French intereft, IX. 164.—Accompanies the lord Lewis of Anjou, king of Sicily, to Arragon, X. 3.—-Refufes to accept the office of conftable of France after the difgrace of fir Oliver de Cliflbn, XL 82.—Defeats a large Turkiih force near Nicopoli, 252.—Captured at the battle of Nicopoli, 301.—Dies at Burfay in Turkey, 366. Coucy, the lord Raoul de, captured at Mancon-feil, IL 415. Coulogne, fir Robert de, flain 'in a fkirmifh at Tournehcm, IV. 24. Council of State, a new one appointed for Richard the Second by the commiffioners of ac-counts, VIII.,330.. Coar tray, the town of, turns to the intereft of the earl of Flanders, V., 292.—;Befieged by INDEX.


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