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
Brest, the caftle of, ttken by the earl of Mont-ford as duke of Brittany, I. 257.—Bcficgcd -by the French under fir Bertrand du Guef-clin, IV. 225.—-Succoured by the earl of Salifbury, 233.—Befieged by fir Oliver de ClifTon, 375.—Befieged a fécond time by him, VII. 303.'
Brtteuil, the caftle of, taken by the king of France, II. 293.
Breuse, the vifeount de, captured by the prince of Wales at the batde of Poitiers, II. 304.
Brian, fir Guy, defeats a Fkmifh fleet off the Ifle of Bas, on the coaft of Brittany, IV. 142.
Briguais, the caftle of, taken by the free booting companies, III. 78.
, the battle of, between lord James of
• Bourbon and the free booters, III. 80. Brimeu, the lord de, taken prifoner by the Eng-lilh near Arras, • V. 192.
Brioude, the town of, furrenders to the French, VII. 233.
Bristol, befieged by Ifabella, queen of Edward the Second, to obtain pofTeffion of her hufband and the two fir Hugh Spencers, I. 27.—Surrenders to her forces, 28.
Brittany, John duke of, his death, I. 251.
Brittany, duke of.—Vide Montford, John de.
Brittany, John of, fon of the lord Charles of
• Blois, obtains his ranfom, after having 1 been long imprifoned in England, VIII. 152.