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matters . . . . . 381 | 195. The sentence that had been formerly passed on
master John Petit is publicly reversed. The
France, who accompanies him on bis return 383 | 196. The Parisians again put to death the prisoners.
The siege of Montlebery. The capture of
government of the kingdom . . 385 197. The dauphiness is sent to the dauphin. The
other events . . . . 387 | 199. A large army is collected to raise the siege of
king of England in Normandy · .388 | 200. The king of France holds many councils on the
siege to Senlis . . • • 389 | 201. The castle of Coucy is taken by the prisoners
confined therein, and the governor, Peter de
The king of England conquers Pont de 209. The king of England has the fortresses of
. 402 \ 211. The conduct of the dauphin, and of those with
him, after the death of the duke of Burgundy.
arrests the ministers of the duke of Brabant.
duke of Burgundy, and other matters . ib. 231. A party of English are defeated near Mont-
at Arras, for duke John his late father. 233. King Henry sets out from Rouen to Calais
Other matters . . . . 430 with his queen, and thence to England, where
Roye. Other occurrences that happened at 234. A quarrel takes place between the duke and
. . 431
duchess of Brabant. She separates herself
town of Crespy in the Laonuois, and thence 236. The Dauphinois retake Villeneuve-le-Roi. The
lord de Chastillon conquers Chasteau-Thierry,
the event thereof. . . . 436
ment, great numbers of the nobles and gen-
tlemen of each party are slain . . ib.
lead an expedition toward the Auxerrois : 437 this couduct .. . . . ib.
with a powerful army to combat the dauphin,
peace with the king of France . . 438 242. The king of England marches from Calais,
Sens and of Montereau . . . 442 243. The lord d'Offemont enters St. Riquier. The
228. Philip count de St. Pol goes to Brussels, and 246. The Burgundians and the Dauphinois draw up
Burgundy in the late encounter. Also the
. . . 489
for a coinage to supply the towns with current
8. Poton de Saintrailles and Lyonnet de Wan-
to solicit the liberty of the count de Con-
10. King Charles of France has the town of Cre.
vant besieged by the constable of Scotland
siege of D’Airaines . .
of orders from him .
prisoners . . . . . ib.
263. The king of England goes from Senlis to
Verneuil . . . . . ib.
Ghent. The duke of Bedford is made regent 24. The duke and duchess of Glocester leave
of the principal towns of that country. The
gundy and the duchess Jacquiline, which ends
the war in Holland. The contents of this
27. Copy of the second letter sent by the duke of
50. The townsmen of Tournay again rebel . ib.
28. The duke of Bargundy returns to Flanders,
other places near Orleans. The duke of
disguise froin Ghent, and goes to Holland . 528
bishop of Cambray, is taken by sir John 65. The duke of Bedford assembles a large army
to com bat king Charles. He sends a letter
47. Sir John de Luxembourg besieges Beaumont
gundy . . . . . ib.
duke of Bedford . . . . ib.
wherein they are all taken and slain
| 104. The lord de Barbasan lays siege to the castle of
80. The lord de Creveceur and sir Robert de
108. The duke of Bar is combated by the count de
march to Clermont in the Beauvoisis . 568 | 109. The young king Henry comes from England,
with a grand attendance, to Paris, to be
82. The duke of Burgundy quarters bis army at
110. The detachment the duke of Bar had left to
piegne . . . . . ib.
Beauvoisis . . . . . 601
French . . . . . 578 122. The commonalty of Ghent rise against their
siege . . . . . 579 | 123. Sir John bastard of St. Pol and the lord de
of Clermont in the Beauvoisis . . 582 124. Great disorders are committed by the French
in the Amicnoois, Santerre, and Vimeu . ib.