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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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Çotxtfft, the lord of, laid to have been ferved by a familiar fpirit caHed Orthon, 111. 198. Gormicy, the caftle of, taken by fir Bartholomew Burgherft, I. 545. Comcy, the lord Raoul de, captured-at Maiwënfeil* I. 490- Cmcy, the lord de, declines taking any part in the wan between the kings of France and" England, II. 34+—Leads a large army into Auftria, 173.—Returns without having ef-fected7 any thing, 177.—Take* the town of Bayeux, kc. II. 241*—Takes the town of Evrcus, 250.—Appointed governor of Picardy, 359«—Appeafes the Parifian in(urgentst 503.—Endeavours to* gain over the dake of Brittany to the French intercft, 608«—Ac-companies the lord Lewis of Anjou, king of Sicily, to Arragon, IV. 88.—Refufes to-accept the office of conftable of France after the difgrace of fir Oliver de Cliflbn, 38a.-— " Defeats a large Turkifh force near Nicopoli, 487.—Captured at the battle, of NicoppH, jao.—Dies at Burfa, in Hungary, 560. % Coulogne, fir Robert de, flain in a fkirmifli at Tournehem, II. 16. Council of Stau, a new one appointed for Richard the Second by the commiffioners of ac* — V counts, IIL.470V Courtray,xht townof, turns to the intereft of the: carl of Fhnders, II. 434.—Befieged by the men of Ghent under Peter du Bois, 445.—Burnt by order of the king of France, 65a Coutantin, the battle of, between the French and Englilh, L 455; Cram, the lord of, taken prifoner by the prince of Wales at Romoranttn^ 1.415. Craon, fir Peter de, incurs the difpleafure of the king of France, IV.. 266.—Retires to* Brittany, 269.—Way-lays and endeavours to afiàffinate fir Oliver de Cllfioo, 320.—Takes refuge in Brittany, 328.—Endeavours to make his peace with the king of France, 457.— Profecuted in the courts of Paris by the duchefs of Anjou, 457.-*Judgment being given againft him, he is committed to prifon, 470.—Obtains his liberty, 153.-~ Accompanies* Henry, earl of Derby, into England, 645.. Cricy, the battle of^ I. 324. Credo, the caftle of, in Brittany, taken by fir Bertrand du Guefclin» IL 148.. Creil, the town of, taken by the king of Navarre, L 487. Cmfade, preached againft the Saracens, I. 72.—Againft the free-booting companies by pope-Innocent the Seventh, 588. • - Croquart, a page; turns robber, L 373.—Killed by the fall of his horfe, 375. Crofy, the town of, taken by. Edward.the Third, I. 517.—Retaken by fir Hugh de Chatik Ion, 793. t Daggewortb, fir Thomas* fenr into Brittany to the affiftance of the countefs of Montferf; L 249.—Taken prifoner before La Roche d*Er»cn, 357.—Killed in Brittany, 393.. . * • Dam, INDEX»

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