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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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406.—Prepares to oppôfe the dukes of Anjou and Berry, IV. 77.—Takes the town of Limogues by ftorm, 96.—On the death of his eldeft fon Edward gives up the duchy of Aquitaine to the care of his brother* the duke of Lancafter, and returns to England, 120.—His death, 277.—Vifits the count d'Armagnac at Tarbes, VIL 126. —Is " vifited by the count de Foix, 127.—Ap-points fir Peter Arnaut governor of Lourde, ; -129- EU h am, fir William, committed to the Tower by the commiflioners of accounts, on a ' charge of having fold Bourbourg and Gravelines to the French, VI. 333. English, the, their manners in the time of Froif- fart, VII. 324. Entença, the town of, in Galicia, furrenders to the duke of Lancafter, VIII. 180. Escandoure, the caftle of, in Hainault, taken and deftroyed, I, 194. Espaign, the bourg d\ his remarkable ftrength, VV1L 170. Estampes, the count de, fent to endeavour to win over the duke of Brittany to the French intereft, IX. 133. Eu, the earl of, taken prifoner by the Englilh under Edward the Third, II. 136.—Be-headed at Paris, 268. Eu, the count de. See Artois, Philip d' Evan, INDEX.


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