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
Burgvmdy, XL 4?.-*-HU property con-fifcated, 50.T--Releafed from prifon, 190,, Mes din, the little, captain of fome free compa-, nies, put to dçath at Luxembourg, IX,
Meulon, the town of, taken by the French under
the lord de Boucicaut, 111. ^lilhaVfd, the caftle of? in Rouerge, tal^en by Qr
Bertrand du Guefclin, IV. ij6t ^firabeau, the town of, t§keq by the çarl of
Derby, 11. j8it Miraculous appearances, faid to have been feen
fey the Saracens during thç ficge of Africa,.
Miramont) the caftle of, taken by thç dykç of Norrpan4yi II. 107.
Moissac, the town of, in Quercy, taken by the Engl^fh under fir John Chandos, III. 437, —Surrenders to the dukç of Anjou, IV.
]$Q%çontour, the caftle of, taken by fiç Bertrand du Guefclin, IV. 175.
Monmo^illon, the caftle of; in Ppjtou, taken by fiç Bertrand du Guefclii^ IV. 173.
Monsajc, the town of, takçn by tfye dbfee of Anjou, IV. 257,
Jjifonstier, hrd Peter de, appointed chief of the crufade againft the freecoipp&nies m France,
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