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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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13CDEX." Mimiumnt, Geronnet de, captured by fir Joktv de Bonnelance, IX. 101.—Taken to Mont-ferrante, 102. — Ranfomed, 107.—Gakia poffeflion of the ^town of Montfeffante for Peter le Bearnois, 118. Maulèoîh le Baftot de, relates his adventures to Froifiart, at Orthés, VIL 214. Mau^y, fir Olivier de, makes the ki% of Navarre prifoner, III. 281. St. Maury the abbey of, m the Loire,, taken by the Englilh under the earl of Pembroke, IV. j i. Mauvoisin, lord de, captured by fir Robert Knolles, V. 422. Maxwell, fir John, captures fir Ralph Percy at the battle of Otterbourn, IX. 259. St. Mecaire, the town of* furrenders m the duke of Anjou, IV. 325. Melrose, the abbey of, deftroyed by Richard the Second* VII. 65. Melvalxlovd Louis de, taken prifoner at the battle of Poitiers, IL 332. Meliifiy the town of, on the Seine, befieged by the duke of Normandy, II. 444. Menstreworthy fir John, with his followers,, quits the army of fir Robert Knolles* IV. in.—Executed in London, 139. Mercier y fir John le, one of the miniftei? of Charles the Sixth of France, committed to prifon during the regency of the duke of ^ Burgundy* 4*


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