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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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LIST OF THE PLATES. VOL. I. To tee 1. Qua IN Isabella's arrival at Paris to complain to her brother against sir Hugh Spencer ... 8 2. King Edward's first Expedition against the Scots ... .... 39 r 1. The Bishop of Lincoln and others, who had vowed to wear a patch over one eye, 3. until they had performed some gallant deed of anus ; 6j C 2. King Edward the Third sends his challenge to Philip de Valois, King of France... 92 4. The Earl of Hainault takes and destroys Aubenton 11§ 5. The entry of John de Montfort and his Duchess into Nantes J 73 6. King David of Scotland comes with a great army before Newcastle-upon-Tyne 1Q3 7« Map of the March of King Edward the Third through France, from Barfieur to Calais, A.D. 1300. . 299 8. The battle near Caen, which is conquered by the King of England ... 306 9. The battle of Crecy, with the castle of Broc in the distance . 325 10. Battle at Newcastle-upon-Tyne of the King of Scotland against the Queen of England.. 342 11. Battle of La Roche d'Errlen, and Lord Charles of Blois taken prisoner by the English .. 358 12. The combat of thirty Englishmen against thirty Frenchmen, near Ploermel, in Brittany. 374 11. Battle of Calais, between the King of England, under Sir Walter Manny, and the French 377 14. The arrest of Charles Le Mauvais, King of Navarre, in the castle of Rouen 406 15. The battle of Meaux, in Brie, where the Jacquerie were defeated by the Count de Foix and the captai de Buch , . 477 10. Charles V. of France and his Queen crowned in the great church at Rheims 635 VOL II. 17. The sea fight off La Rochelle 1 100 18. The Lord de Pommiers, and Coulon his secretary, beheaded at Bourdeaux . 195 19. The Duke of Anjou assembles a great army and besieges Bergerac. 196 20. The town of Duras besieged and taken by assault 208 21. Sir Oliver de Guesclio taken prisoner in the forest of Cherbourg. .. 2§3 2% The Queen of Naples surrenders her dominions to Pope Clement VII 302 23. Map of the Netherlands 307 24. The men of Ghent assault the Earl of Flanders in Dendremonde 334 25. The townsmen of Ghent send ambassadors to the Earl of Flanders .... 344 26. Oliver d'Auterme retaliates upon the mariners of Ghent for his brother's death 350 27. John Gronnet and the White Hoods take Oudenarde, and break down the gates ibid 28. The Earl of Buckingham sent with an army to assist the Duke of Brittany 362 29. Charles V. of France perceiving the approach of death, recommends to his brothers his fa- mily and kingdom . 387 30. Tilting match between Nicholas Clifford and John Boucmel, a Frenchman 427 31. Rosse de Harzelle and John de Launoy, with 6000 men of Ghent, slain at Meule, a vil- lage in Flanders 441

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