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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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r INDEX. .# land, IL x6.—^Returns to Brittany with inforcements, under fir Robert d'Artois, 25.—Her forces take the lord Charles of Blois prifoner at La Roche d'Errien, 213. MêntgUi the caftle of, taken by the earl of Der-by, II. 6a. Mont lieu, thç caftlç of, taken by the duke of Bourbon, VII. 8. Montmorency, fir Charles de, taken prifoner at Pont a Treflyi, 1.242, Mont-paon, the caftle of, furrenders to the French under fir William de Longueval, Pr.fi22. —Retaken by the duke of Lancafter, 128. Montpellier, the towns and lordfhips of, belong-# tag to the king of Navarre, feized by the French, IV. 3%. jfrtontpezat, the village of, taken by the duke of Anjou, IV. 75. Montpin, the fort of, taken by fir Thomas Trivet* ' V.35- Montpouillant, the town of, taken by the eajl of Derby, II. 89. tyontreuil Bonin, the town of, taken by the carl of Derby, II. 183. ]jiont$egar, the village of, furrenders to the earl of Derby, II. 80.—Taken by the duke of Anjou, IV. 323. • Mçrày, Randolph, earl of, his death, I. 74. Moray, the earl of, taken prifoner by the Englifh before Ncwcaftle upon Tyne, I. 284.— Exchanged for the earl of Salifbury, 297. Morbeque,


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