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
Dreant, remarkable, of Charles the Sixth of France, VI.'128.
Drue, the caftle of, taken by the duke of Nor-mandy, III. 168.
Duel, at Paris, between James le Gris and Jofrn ^, de Carogne, VIII. 126.
Dumbarton, the caftle of, taken by Edward the Third, I. 100.
Dumfermline, the town of, deftroyed by Richard , the Second, VII. 69.
Dundee, the town of, burnt by Richard the Se-cond, VII. 70. '
Dunkirk, the town of, taken by the bishop of Norwich, VI. 282.
Duras, the town of, taken by ftorm by the duke of Anjou, IV. 329.
Duras, the lord de, captured by the French yife der the duke of Anjou, IV. 314.—Turns to the French intereft, but quits it after-wards, 319.
Durazzo, the lord Charles de, defends the king-?
dom of Naples againft the prétendons of
the duke of Anjou, VI. 38.—Put to death
in Hungary, VII. 22. Durham, the city of, . taken and deftroyed by the
Scots, I. 286.—[This account fuppofed to
be fabulous, 291, note.]