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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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king of France at the battle of Poitiers, 337.—Embarks for England with his pri-soner king John, 368.—Arrives in Lon-don, 369.—Accompanies die king of Eng-land in an expedition againft France, III, ié—Sets out for Aquitaine, 99.—Makes preparations to affift Don Pedro, king of Caftille, 242.—Promifes the king of Ma-jorca to affift him againft the king of Ar-ragon, 262.—Offends the lord d'Albret, 264.—Sets out çn his expedition into Spain, 267.—Takes the town of Salva-ticrra, 283.—Defeats the army of Don Henry de Traftamare, king of Caftille, at the battle of Navareta, 315.—Takes the town of Najara^ 316.—Sets out on his return to Aquitaine, difplcafed with the conduâ of Don Pedro, 332;—Arrives with his army at Bourdeaux, 334.—En-deavours to impofe the fouage, or a hearth tax, in Aquitaine, 342.—Excites the dis-content and oppofition of many of the lords of Gafcony, 343.—Summoned to appear before the parliament of Paris to anfwer their complaints, 374.—-His refôlute an-- fwer to the fummons, 378.—Prepares to make war on France, 386.—Recalls fir John Chandos from his retirement, and appoints him to the command of a force againft the French and Gafcon lords, 389. f—Receives fuccours from England under the carls of Cambridge and Pembroke, 406« INDEX.


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