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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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INDBX» Pêmm9 Ar Water de, takes St. fftiget, and fe~ veral other places in the ÏVwbuftin, VIL 308.—Accompanies the duke of Bourbon in an expedition into Caftille, VIII. 155.— Arriyes ~**t Burgos, 214» St Patrick's Hok p Ireland, its angular pro-perties, XI. 130. Pavic, fir Aymery de, governor of Calais, enters into a ^treaty with fir Geoffry de Chargny to deliver the town up to him, IL 239.— prevented by the king of England, 240.-*-Taken prifoçer by fir Geoffiy de Chargny, and beheaded, 263. Peace, concluded between France and England, IIL 43.—At Leulînghen, XL 105. Pedro the Fourth, don, king of Caftille, fum-moned to appear before pope Urban the Fifth at Avignon, III. 214.—Excommuni-cated, 215 .—Endeavours to raife a force to oppofe his brother don Henry, and the duke of Burgundy, 219.—Flies to Co-runna, 221.—Goes to Acquitaine to folicit . the affiftance of the prince of Wales, 228. —Enters Spain, accompanied by the. prince and a large force, 283.—Defeats the army of Dap Henry, 315.—Obtains the fubmif-fipp of Caftille, 321.—Incurs the. difplea-furc çf the prince of Wales, 329.—De-feated by don Henry at Morteil, 354.— Taken prifoner, 357.—Killed by \iis bro- . ' ther,,359. • Pembroke,


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