The Chronicles of Sir John Froissart

Book II

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Chapter 1: The duke of Anjou undertakes an expedition against the English in the Bordelois Chapter
Chapter 2: Sir Thomas Felton is defeated and made prisoner, with many of the principal lords of Gascony, by a party of French at the siege of Bergerac Chapter
Chapter 3: Bergerac surrenders to the duke of Anjou - The lords de Duras and de Rosem, after having promised to be of the French interest, return again to the English Chapter
Chapter 4: Castillion, Sauveterre, and several other places in Gascony, surrender to the duke of Anjou Chapter
Chapter 5: The duke of Anjou takes the town and castle of St. Macaire by capitulation. - The town of Duras by storm, but the castle recieves quarter Chapter
 Chapter 6: The duke of Anjou returns to the duchess at Toulouse, and the constable tothe king of France. - Evan of Wales lays siege to Mortain-sur-Mer Chapter
 Chapter 7: King Charles of France instigates the Scots to make war on England. The Scots take the castle of Berwick Chapter
 Chapter 8: The earl of Northumberland retakes the castle of Berwick Chapter
Chapter 9: The earls of Northumberland and Nottingham enter Scotland with a large army Chapter
Chapter 10: Sir Thomas Musgrave and the English under his command are defeated by the Scots Chapter
Chapter 11: The deaths of the Queens of France and of Navarre, and the renewal of the feuds between their two husbands Chapter
Chapter 12: The death of Pope Gregory XI. - After the sudden death of his immediate successor, the cardinals are constrained to elect Urban VI. which cause a schism in the church or Rome Chapter
Chapter 13: The king of Navarre sends ambassadors to France, in hopes of regaining possession of his children. - Two of his people are convicted of having attempted to poison the king of France Chapter
Chapter 14: The king of France orders the possetion of the king of Navarre to be siezed as well in Normandy as in Languedoc. - The king of Navarre forms an alliance with the alliance with the English. - The terms of that alliance Chapter
Chapter 15: The lords of Coucy and de la Riviere take several places in the county of Evreux from the king of Navarre Chapter
Chapter 16: The duke of Anjou retains large bodies of men at arms against the English. - The Spaniards lay siege to Bayonne Chapter
Chapter 17: The English, at this period, make excursions into various parts of the kingdom of France Chapter
Chapter 18: The inhabitants of Evreux surrender to the French. - The two armies assemble before St. Malo Chapter
Chapter 19: The English raise the siege of Mortain Chapter
Chapter 20: The English recover several strong castles from the French in the Bourdelois Chapter
Chapter 21: The mine which the English had made at St. Malo fails; in consequence, the siege is raised Chapter
Chapter 22: Sir Oliver de Clisson is made prisoner by the garrison of Cherbourg. Chapter
Chapter 23: The French garrison of Bersat is defeated. - The town surrenders to the English. - The king of Navarre come to Bordeaux, to solicit aid from the English. Chapter
Chapter 24: The infanta of Castille besieges Pampeluna. - Sir Thomas Trivet, in conducting succors to the king of Navarre, takes several places in Gascony from the French Chapter
Chapter 25: Sir Thomas Trivet with the English come to the succor of the king of Navarre. - The siege of Pampeluna is raised. Chapter
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