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
Marchiennés, the çionaftery of, taken by the
Hainaultcrs, I. 238. Marchviile, the caftle of, taken by the duke of
Burgundy, IIL 166. Mar it, John de, unjuftly executed at Paris, VI.
Margaret, countefs of Hainault, takes poflcf-(ion of the country, as her inheritance, after the death of Earl William, II. 104.
Margaret, of Hungary, married by procuration to Louis de Valois, VIL 23.—Forcibly married by Henry de Blancquefort, brotRer of the emperor of Germany, 48.
Marneil, fir Raymond de, turns to the French intereft, IV. 53.—Taken prifoner by the Englifh, 117.—Makes his cfcape, 118.
Marquel, the caftle of, in Auvergne, taken by Amerigot Marcel, VI. 321.,
Marriage, concluded between the children of Burgundy and thofe of Hainault, VI. 378.
Marshal, the earl, of England, challenges the earl of Derby in the prefence of king Ri-chard, XIL 44.—Baniflied the kingdom, 56.—Dies at Venice, 195.
St. Maubert, the fort of, taken by the Englifh under the lord Neville, V. 20.
Maubue, lord, beheaded at Rouen^ IL 290.
Mauconseil, the caftle of, taken by the king of Navarre, IL 411.—Befieged by the duke of Normandy, 414.—Razed to the ground,
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