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
Plague* the, defolates ail Eufope, IL l6|.
Plaimc, Heliot de, governor of Boutville, takers by the French, V. 56.
Poitiers, the city of, taken by the earl ôf Derby^ IL 183.—Surrenders to fir Bertrand dii Guefclin, IV» 183.
Poitiers, the battle of, between the king of France and the prince of Wales, IL 32c.
Poitiers, fir Charles dè, burnt to death at a fnaiked dance at Paris, XL 72.
Poix, the town of, deftroyed by the Englilh un-der Edward the Third, IL 147.
St. Pol, the town of, ^befieged ( by the duke of Lancafter, IV. 33.
St. Pol, the earl of, (lain at the batde of Crecy,
. • II. 168. ' '
St. Pol, the count de, captured by the Englilh at Lique, and fent to England, IV. 261.—7 Marries the lady Maude, daughter of thç princefs of Wales, V. 71.—Leads an army into Friefland, XL 272.
Pommiers, the lord de, beheaded at Bourdeaux * for treafon, IV. 305.
Pompadour, the lord of, captured at the batde of Poitiers, IL 336.
Pondaire, the town of, taken by the earl ofper- by, II. 6 2.
Pons, the lord de, (lain at the battle of Poitiers*