THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ.
Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
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Monflitr, lord Peter de, appointed chief of the cruGtfe againft the free companies in France,
Mmtacuie, fir William, created earl of Salifbury, L 70. Montagu, lord William de, flain at the battle of Poitiers, I- 435. Mmtaubm, battle of, between fir Guy d'Afai and the free cbmpanies, I. 701. Montbdiart, the earl of, invades the duchy of Burgundy, I. 64.1.
Montcontour, the caftle of, in Poitou, taken by the Englifh under lord Thomas Percy,
Montibourg, the town of, burnt and pillaged by the Englifh under king Edward the Third,, I. 301. .
Montcndrt, the lord of, captured at the battle of Poitiers, I. 438.
Mont/errant, the town of, taken by ftratagem by Perrot le Bearnois, III. 580.
Mont/errant, the marquis de, leads the free companies into Lombardy, I. 589.—Conquers feveral places from the lord of Milan, 590.
Mont/ort, the earl of, takes meafures to fecure to himfelf the duchy of Britanny, after the death of his brother, I. J72.—Takes the town of Breft and feveral others, 174, et feq.—» Does homage to the king of England for the duchy of Brittanny, 180.—Summoned before thé parliament of Paris, at the fuit of the lord Charles of Blois, 181.—Befieges the caftle of Nantes, 187.—Captured by the French, 188.—Dies in the Louvre at Paris, ib.—[See this account corrected, 188, «#/*.]
Montfort, the countefs de, carries on the war againft the lord Charles of Blois after the capture of her hufband, I. 189.—Solicits afliftancc from England, 203.—Befieged by the lord Charles of Blois in Hennibon, 204.—Difplays great courage in the defence of the town, 205.—Enters into a truce with the lord Charles of Blois, and goes to England, 225.— Returns to Brittany with reinforcements, under fir Robert d'Artois, 229.—Her forces take the lord Charles of Blois prifoner at La Roche d'Erricn, 358.
Mont/ort, the lord John de, defeats the forces of the lord Charles of Blois, at the battle of Auray, 1.657.—His behaviour on feeing the body of his adverfary, who had been flain in the battle, 660.—Takes Auray and other places, 663, et feq.—Makes peace with the king of France, and is acknowledged duke of Brittany, 667«—Marries the daughter of the princefs of Wales, 668.—Applies to England for afiiftance againft the king of France, II. T33.—Retakes feveral places in Brittany, 17a—Befieges Quimperlé, 172.—Dsfbands his army, and re-tires to England, 173.—Returns to Brittany, 341.—Solicits king Richard for fuccours, 360«—Excufes himfelf to the earl of Buckingham, who had come to his afiiftance, for not meeting him on his march, 393.—Makes peace with the king of France, 421.—Arrefts fir Oliver de Cliflbn in the caftle of Ermine, and caufes the expedition againft England to be given up, III. 418.—Liberates fir Oliver, 422.—Required by the king of France/ to explain his conduâ towards the conftable, and to deliver up to him the caftle he had taken from him
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