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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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of St. George at Windfor, 46.—Sends his defiance to the king of France, 49.—Ap-points the earl of Derby to the command of an expedition into Gafcony, 51.—Heads a large army into Normandy, 125.—Takes the town of Barfleur, and feveral others, 127, et seq.—Marches towards Paris, de-ftroying the country on his way, 143.— Diftreifed to find a paflage over the Somme, 148.—Is condudted to one by a peafant named Gobin Agace, 151.—Engages the French under king Philip, at Crecy, and totally defeats them, 163, et seq.—Be-fieges the town of Calais, 174.—Solicits the friendlhip of the Flemings, 202.—Obtains poflefiion of Calais, 225.—Orders fix re-fpe&able citizens, who, for the fecuritjr of the other inhabitants, had generôufly volun-teered to fubmit themfelves to his pleafure, to be put to death, 226.—Isdifiuaded from his purpofe by the queen, 227.—Orders all the old inhabitants • of the town to be ex- : pelled, 230.—-Makes his public entry into Calais, 231.—Enters into a truce with the king of France, 232.—The expence of his eftabliftiment at Calais, 233, note.—Fights incognito near Calais, under the banner of fir Walter Manny, 246.—Takes fir Euftace de Ribeaumont prifoner, 246.—Prefents him with a chaplet of pearls in honour of his prowefs, 246.—Defeats the Spaniards at fea, 260*—Leads a large arftiy into France INDEX. • -


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