THOMAS JOHNES, ESQ.
Memoirs of the life of Sir John Froissart
Ruffln, a Welfhman, commands a company of robbers in France, who commit great depreda-tions between the Seine and the Loire, 1.468.
Saimpi, the lord de, with two other knights, holds a tournament near Calais, againft all
comers, IV. 107. Saintes, the town of, furrenders to the French forces, IL 122. Saintonge, the lord de, captured at the battle of Poitiers, I. 438. Saintre, lord John de, captured at the battle of Poitiers, I. 438.
Salt/bury, the earl of, taken prifoner by the garrifon of Lifle, 1.125.—Exchanged for the earl of Moray, 202.—Heads an expedition into Brittany, II. 141.—Sent on an embaffy to France, IV. 629.—Unites with the earl of Huntington in his plan to murder king Henry, 683.— Beheaded, 685.
—-, the countefs of, defends Wark Caftle againft the Scots, I. 196.—Refills with great
fpirit the difhonourable overtures of king Edward, 200. fir John, beheaded at Oxford, III. 494. Salle, fir Robert, governor of Norwich, killed by the infurgents in the reign of Richard the
Second, II. 474.
Salvatierra, the town of, furrenders to the army of don Pedro and the prince of Wales, I. 718.
—Taken by the duke of Anjou, II. 205. St. Salvin, the abbey of, befieged by the French, II. 19.
Sancerre, the lord Lewis de, appointed marfhal of France, I. 829. —• Defeats the earl of Pembroke at Puirenon, II. 6.—Vifits the count de Foix at Orthes, IV. 63.—Made con-ftable of France, 578.
Santaren, the town of, rebels againft the king of Caftile, II. 159.—Returns to obedience, 163. St. Sauveur le Vicomte, the caftle of, taken by the French, 11. 174.
Saxony, the duke of, fent by the emperor of Germany into England to fee the country, pre-vious to the marriage of the lady Anne of Bohemia to Richard the Second, II. 400.
Scarcity, a great one in France, I. 396. §
Scbifm, occafioned in the church by the election of two popes, II. 297.
Scots, the, invade England under Robert Bruce, 1.31.—Their charaâer and manners, ib.—Re-take many of their fortreffes, and penetrate as far as Durham into England, 151.—Retake Edinburgh, ib.—Take Stirling Caftle, 190.—Enter into a truce with the king of England, 191.—Invade England under king David, 192.—Take the town of Durham, 194«- Be-fiege Wark Caftle, 196.—Defeated by the Engiifh at the battle of Nevifs Crofs, 341.— Refufe to abide by the truce which had been agreed upon at Bolinges, 718.—Enter England contrary to the orders of king Robert, 721.—Invade England with the affiftance of fir John de Vienne, III. 34.—Treat the admiral with much harfiuiefs, 50. — Invade England