them in arms and satisfied their need for them, he was currently enjoying a state of truce with the count of Armagnac. The summons the kings of Spain and Portugal had sent were neither easily nor readily attended to,
he keeps so much money. I can tell you that the count of Foix is constantly fearful of war with the count of Armagnac and of the intentions of his neighbours, the king of France and the king of England, neither of who
ou earlier, was very wary of the duke of Anjou at this time, although the duke did him no harm. The count of Armagnac and the lord of Albret, however, would have been pleased to see him make war on the count, but the
was married to the daughter of the count of Armagnac. This young lady was the sister of the present count and of Sir Bernard d'Armagnac. Thanks to this marriage there should have been peace between Foix an
of the place at their best price. Now I do not know what to do with it. I am discussing terms with the count of Armagnac and the Dauphin d'Auvergne to whom the king has given special powers to buy up towns and fortresses
g, "Dear Sirs, do you really intend to leave my country, and leave me to deal with the dispute with the count of Armagnac while you go off to assist the king of Spain in his war? Your departure is of great concern to me."
Bernard VII of Armagnac (d. 1418) Bernard d’Armagnac, brother of Jean III, whom he succeeded in 1391. During the first years of the following century, he became a figure of
Jean III, count of Armagnac (d. 1391) Jean III d'Armagnac (1359 - 1391), count of Armagnac; son of Jean II d'Armagnac and Jeanne de Périgord.
Nemillens, et est un chastel qui tousjours a esté en debat entre le conte de Fois et le conte d’Armignac, et pour ce n’en faisoient conte li seigneur quant le duc d’Anjou vint en ce païs. ¶ Quant
garde tant d’argent. Je vous di que le conte de Fois se doubte tousjours pour la guerre que il a au conte d’Ermignach, et pour les envies de ses voisins le roy de France ou le roy d’Angleterre, lesquelz il ne courrouc