SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries
from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.12
Athens, the duke of, (lain at the batdc of Poidcr IL 331.
Atrtmtn, Francis, a citizen of Ghent, furprifes
the town of Otrdenarde, VI. 319.—Defeats
a party of the French at Ardembourg, 386.
—Makes an unfuccefsful attempt tb take
Ardembourg, VIL 19. — Murdered at
Ghent, VIII. 36. Jlttigny, the town of, in Champagne, taken bjr
fir Euftace d'Ambreticourt, II. 461. Aubtnton, the town . of, "taken by the earl of
Hainault, I. 177. Aubtroche, the town of, in Perigord, taken by
the carl of Derby, II. 66.—Retaken by the
duke of Anjou, IV. 323. Aubriot, Hugh, liberated by the infurgents at
Paris, VI. 15. Audlty, fir James, handfomely rewarded by the
prince of Wales for his conduct at the
battle of Poitiers, 11. 341.—His gene- rofity to his fquircs, 344.—His death, III
Audlty, fir Peter, makes an tneffeâual attempt to take the town of Chalons, II. 439.
Avtsbury, Robert of, his hiftory of the progrefs ofEdwardthe Third in Normandy, quoted, II. 139, nott.
Aulnay, the town of, to Poitou, taken by the earl . of Derby, IL 181.