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THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ. Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart



Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
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INDEX". r79 Faner» 577.—Appointée! con fiable of Guienne, 597.—Sent to the afittboee of the lure John de Montford in Brittany, 645.—Prevents a peaee bang concluded between John de Montford and the lord Charles of Blois, 653.—Defeats the army of lord Charles it the battle of Auray, 657*—Adfifcs the prince of Wales not to perfevere In his defign of enforcing the fooage or hearth* tax, and failing to fucceed, retires to his country feat, 7^8 • —Recalled by the prince, and fent to make war on the French and Gafcoft lords, 788.— Takes the town of Tcrrieits, and feveral others in the Touloufain, 803, et Jhq*—^Ap-pointed fenefchal of Poitou, 835.—Invades and pillages the territories of Anjoa and Rochechouart, IL.4.—Killed in a fkirmifh at the bridge of Luflàc, 29. Cbargny, the lord de, flain at the battle of Poitiers, I- 438. Cbargny, ûr Geoffry de, endeavours to gain pofTeffion of Calais, by bribing the governor, fir Aymery de Pavie, 1375.—Defeated by the king of England, 379.—Embarks for Scotland to offer his affiftance againft England, II. 718.—Returns, and is in great danger from the Zealanders, 726. Cbargny en Dormais, the caftle of, taken by fir John Chandos,. L {40* Charité, La, the town of, in the Nivernois, taken by the lord Lewis of Navarre, I. 638.— Taken by the duke of Burgundy, 643.—Taken a fécond time by the French, III. 143. Charles, emperor of Germany, his death, II. 342. Charles of Bohemia, emperor of Germany, colleâs a large army to make war on the duke of Gueldres in the caufe of the duchefs of Brabant, HI. 549.—Receives his fubmif Con, 550. Charles ih Fourth, king of France, takes meafures to affift his filler Ifàbella, queen of Edward the Second, againft her hufband and the Spencers, I. 9.—Is prevailed upon by fir Hugh Spencer to break up the expedition which he had encouraged his fifter to raife in France, 11.—Commands her to quit the kingdom, 12.—His death, 52- Cbarles the Fifth, of France, crowned at Rheims, L 635.—-Makes peace with the lord John de Montford, and acknowledges him lawful duke of Brittany, 667.—Makes peace with -the king of Navarre, 668.—Raifcs an army to make war on- don Pedro, king of Cat-tille, 672.—Is advifed to declare himfelf lord paramount of Guienne, and to renew the war with England, 771, 777.—Summons the prince of Wales to appear before the parlia-ment of Paris to anfwer the complaints of fome Gafcon lords, 778.—Makes preparations to renew the war againft the Englifh, 783.—Gains over feveral captains of the free com • panics, 789.—Sends his challenge to the king of England, 79a*—Prépaies an armament for the invafion of England, 830*—Breaks up. the expedition in confequence of the arrival of the duke of Lancafter at Calais, 831.—Afiembles a large force, to make war on Aquitaine,. II. 44.—Makes peace with the king of Navarre, 46.—Enters into an alliance with don Henry, king of Caftille, 95.—Makes peace with the king of Navane, 140-— Send* an army, ta invade the duchy of Brittany,. 142.—Enters into a truce with the Fjiglifh,

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