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
Poursuivant d'Amour, the meaning of the title explained, IIL 401, note. .
Pressigny, fir Reginald de, put to death, IL 278.
Preux, the caftle of, taken by the duke of Bur-gundy, IIL 168.
Prie, the lord of, captured at the batde of Away, IIL 192.
Pruniaux, John, a citizen of Ghent, appointed one of the commanders of the Whitchoods in that city, V. 131.—Takes the town of Oudenarde, 162.—Banifhed from Flanders, 167.—Delivered up to the earl, and be-headed, 168.
Pulpiron, the caftle of, taken by the French vuv dcr fir Walter de Paflac, VIL 3x6.
Punach, the town of, taken by the earl pf Derby, IL 6% *
Quarrel, between the houfes of Çrabant and GueU
dres, the caufe of, explained, IX* 48.. Queens, three, hefieged in the town of Melon
fur Seine, II. 444. Quimpercormtin, the town of, in Brittany, taketi
by .fir Pcrtrand du Guefclin, IV. 222. Quimperlè, the town of, in Brittany, taken by . fij JBertrand du Guefclin,* IV. 322.—Be*
/ieged by the dufc ofJJrittany, 279. -