THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ.
Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
Anne, of Bohemia, feti ont for England, IL 510*—Married to Richard the Second* «
Her death, IV. 405. Anneqmn, fir Baldwin d.', captured by fir Bartholomew Burgberft, 1.539. Apologue, delivered to the cardinals refpecting the papacy, by friar John de la Rochetail-
lade, III. 227.
Appearances, wonderful, in the heavens, feen by the army of Philip von Artaveld on the eve of the battle of Rofebecque, IL 630.
Ardembowrg, the town of, taken by the men of GhcnV IL 660.—Narrowly efcapes being taken a fbcond time by them, III. 12.
Ardres, the town of, in Picardy, attacked ineffectually by the French forces, L 8i2.-^Sur-renders to the duke of Burgundy, II. 183.
Ardvick, the caftle of, in Picardy, taken by the duke of Burgundy, II. 184. .
Armagnac, the lord of, complains to the king of France of a tax the prince of Wales was about to impofe upon the lands of himfelf and other lords of Gafcony, I. 757.
Armagnac, the count d*, obtains the remiffion of fixty thoufand francs of his ranfom of the count de Foix, at the intercefiion of the princefe of Wales, III. 8^.—Endeavours to prevail on the free companies to fell their forts, 530.—Is thwarted by the count de Foix, 533.— Leads an army into Lombardy againft the duke of Milan,. IV. 250.—Applies to fir John Hawkwood for his affiftance, 255.—Befiegea Alexandria, 258.—His death, 264.
Armagnac, fir Bernard d', does homage to the king of France, IV. 3x4.
Amaut, fir" Peter, appointed governor of Lourde, in Gafcony; III. 84.—Murdered by the count de Foix, 115.
Arragon, the king of, promîtes to afiift king Henry of Caftille againft don Pedro, and the
prince of Wales, I. 692.—His death, III. 346. Arras, a conference held there with the view of bringing about a peace between the kings of
France and England, I. 171*. —, di&nfions and murders of, I. 407.
Artaveld, Jacob von, a citizen of Ghent, governs all Flanders, I. 78—Sends ambafladors to Edward the Third, to invite him over, 85.—Joins the earl of Hainault with a large army before Thin l'Eveque, 138.—Attempts to difinherit the earl of Flanders, and to give the country to the king of England,. 279.—Murdered at Ghent, 283.
Artaveld, Philip von, fon of the above, appointed governor of Ghent, II. 450.—Leads the men of Ghent to attack the earl of Flanders at Bruges, 552.—Defeats the earl, and takes Bruges, 558.—Returns to Ghent in great (late, 568.—Befieges Oudenarde, 569.— Writes to the king of France to fol icit his interference to make peace between the country of Flanders and the earl,. 580.—His letters treated with contempt, 580.—Imprifons a meffenger from the king of France, 589.—His anfwer to the letters he had brought him,