THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ.
Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
Amgny, the town of, ia Champagne, taken by fir Euftace d'Ambrcticourt, L fao. Aubexton, the town of, taken by the carl of Hainault, I. 120.
Aubertche, the town of, in Perigord, taken by the carl of Derby, I. 2614—Retaken by the
duke of Anjou, II. 206. Aubriot, Hugh, liberated by the infargents at Paris, II. 502.
Jfc%, lord James, wounded at the battle of Portiere, I. 434.—Handfciiielf nararded by the prince of Wales for his condud, 441.—His generality to his fquires, -443.—His death, 834.
AmUty, fir Peter, makes an ineffectual attempt to take the town of Chalons, I. 505. Ave/hery, Robert of, his hiftory of the progrcft of Edward the Third in Nérmiody, quoted, II. 308, mie»
Aubtay, the town of, in Poitou, taken by the earl of Derby, I. 337.
Astray, the caftle of, in Brittany, taken by the loud Charles of Blois, I. 214.—Taken by
the lord John de Montford, 663.—Surrenders to the French forces in the intefltft of
Charles of Blois, II. 189. Auray, the battle of, between the lord John de Bflbntfoi and die lord Chartes of Blois»
Amftmrii, Wautaire, commands a .troop of the live companies it RouMebots, L éf 4»
Anterme, Roger d% bailiff of Ghent, murdered by the Whitehoods, II. 319»
Aiaerme, Oliver d', Miafelf on the am of Ghent -for the «uuder of his brotbcr,
II. 35v—BtaUbed from Fhmdcti, 353.
Auvergne, the city of, taken by the free companies under fir Seguin de Batefol, I. 590. Auxerre, the earl of, flain at the battle of Crecy, 1.328.
Auxerre, the earl of, captured at the battle of Auray, I. 657.—Imprifbued 4M account of his
alliance with don Henry of Caftille, 745. Aymery, fir John, captured by the French, HI. «43.—Slain at Saaceire, 144.
Bacon, a robber in Languedoc, takes the caftle of Cobourne, in Limofin, and does mhcr mifchief, I. 372.
Mailleul, fir William de, defeated in flurmïfti at Pont a Treffin, I. 157.
Majazet, the fultan, raifes a large force to oppofe the king of Hungary and John of Bur-gundy, who had invaded Turkey, IV. 486.—Marches for Nicopoli, 515.—Defeats the combined Chriftian armies with great daughter, 518.—Puts his prifoners, with very few exceptions, to death, 520.—Difbands his army, 530.—A lingular inftance of his juftice, 567.
Mali, John, a refractory prieft, excites the people of Kent to rébellion, IL 46a—Enters London at their head, 468.—Taken and beheaded, 480.