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
Vannes, the town of, furrenders to the earl of Montfortas duke of Brittany, 1.262. Taken by ftorm by the lord Charles of Blois, 315. —Retaken by lord Robert d'Artois, II. 28. —Taken by fir Oliver de Cliflbn, 30.-— Befieged by the Englifh, 32.—Taken by fir Bertrand du Guefclin, IV. 222. •
Varennes, John dc, refigns all his preferments in the church, XL 116.
Vauclingen, the town of, taken by the m duke of Burgundy, IV. 288.
Vaudemont, earl of, captured at the batde of Poi-tiers, IL 332;
Vauflart de la Crois, fir, defeated in a fkirmifli at Pont a Treffin, L 230.—Put to death at ' Lifle, 231.
Vaul$, fir Hcpry de, taken prifoner at Cormicy, III. 26.
Ventadour, the caftle of, in Auvergne, betrayed to Geoffrey Tete-noir, V. 75.—Befieged by the duke of Berry, IX. 93i—Taken by his forces, X. 79.
Verchin, fir Gerard de, mortally wounded in a tournament at Mons, I. 249.
Verneuilx the town of, taken by the duke of Lan-cafter, II. 292.
Verteuil, the town of, taken by the duke of Bour-' boh, VII. 51.
Vienne, fir John de, governor of Calais, fent pri-foner to England, IL 232.