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
Majorca, James, king of, applies to the prince of Wales for his affiftance againft the king of Arragon, III. 261.—Accompanies the prince and don Pedro into Spain, 276.— Taken prifoner at Valedolid, by king Henry of Caftille, 346.—Ranfomcd by his wife, the queen of Naples, IV. 143.—Makes war on the king of Arragon, 144.—Dies at Val di Soria, 145.
St. MaLvant, the town of, in Poitou, taken by the duke of Berry, IV. 194.
Maleval, fir Louis de, turns to the French inte-reft, IV. 53.
St. Malo, the town of, furrenders to fir Bertrand
du Guefclin, IV. 222.—Befieged by the
duke of Lancafter, V. 2. Malvoison, the caftle of, taken by thé duke of
Anjou, VII. 157. Mandarant, the caftle of, taken by the earl of
Derby, II. 62. Manners of the Englifh and Gafcons in the time of
. Proiflart, VII. 324. Manny, fir Giles, killed before Cambray, L
Manny, fir Walter, makes an incurfion * into France, I. 137.—Sent with an Englifh force into Brittany, to the affiftance of the coun-tefs of Montford, 299.—Arrives at Henne-bon, ,.307.—Retakes the caftle of Conquet, 3 i 2.—Defeats the lord Lewis of Spain, at Quempcrlé, IL 2.—Takes the caftle of VOL, XIL U Goy