THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ.
Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
ai his ranfosn, 457 .—His anfwer, 459.—Diftegaids the overtures made by the duke of Berry to gain him over to the French intercft, 591 .—Enters into an alliance with England, 597.—With Navarre, 600.—Reftores the caftles of fir Oliver de Cli&on, 61%.—Goes to Paris at the entreaty of the dukes of Berry and Burgundy, 623.—Makes his peace with the king of France, 625.—Returns to Brittany, 647.—Meets the king of France at Tours to snake an amicable fettlement of the differences exifting between them, IV. 287.—Agrees to marry bis fon to the daughter of the king of France and his daughter to John of Brittany, 299.—Grants an afylum to fir Peter de Craon after his attempt to murder fir .Oliver de Clifton, 328.—Involves himfelf in a war with the king of France, 330.—Wages a de-ft ructive war againft fir Oliver de Clifton, 384.—Makes peace with him, 450.—Grants affiftance to the earl of Derby to embark for England, 645«—His death, 687.
Montgis, the cafcle of9 taken by the earl of Derby, I. 256.
Montitl, the batde of, I. 705.
Montlieu, the caftle of, taken by the duke of Bourbon, IIL 6. Montmorency, lord of, taken prifoner at Pont a Treffio, I. 166.
Mont-paon, the caftle of, fumenders to the French under fir William de Longueval, IL 79.
—-Retaken by the duke of Lancafter, 82. Montpellier, the towns and lordfhips of, belonging to the king of Navarre, feized by the
French, IL 23$. Montpezat, the village of, taken by the duke of Anjou, IL 48. Montpin, the fort of, taken by fir Thomas Trivet, II. 268. Montpovillant, the town of, taken by the earl of Derby, I. 275. Montrent Bonin, the town of, taken by the carl of Derby, L 338.
Montsegur, the village of, furrenders to the carl of Derby, L 269^—Taken by the duke of
Anjou, IL 2o6. Moray, Randolph, earl of, his death, I. 50.
Moray, the earl of, taken prifoner by the Englifh before Ncwcaftle upon Tyne, I. 195.—
Exchanged for the earl of Salifbury, 202. Merbeque, Denys de, captures king John at the battle of Poitiers, I. 442. Moron, caftle, taken by the earl of Derby, I. 275.
Mortain,. the town of, in Normandy, taken by fir Bertrand du Guefclin, IL Ï86. Mortain sur Mer, the town of, in Poitou, taken by the earl of Derby, L 337.—Befieged by
Evan of Wales, 247.—The fiege raifed by the Englifh, 255. . Mortener, the caftle of, furrenders to fir Bertrand du Guefclin, II. 138. Mortimer, fir Roger, ignominioufly put to death, I. 56. Mouton, a French coin so called, the origin of its appellation, L 454, note. Mucident, the lord of, killed before Chargny in Dormois, I. 540.
Mucident, the lord of, taken prifoner by the duke of Anjou, II. 2CO.—Turns to the French intereft, 203.—Returns to the Englifh party, 278.—Slain, 540.