See what has
been sat'd at O F T H E
the end os the
Tom.Lir' Memorable History
Capt. Francis de Civille.
Writ by Himself.
(b) In the
Tear 1562. .
F Bands de Civille, a (a) Norman Gentleman,
was Captain of a Foot Company of a Hun-
dred Men in the City of Rouen, when it was
(Jd) Besieged by Charles IX. and was ahen about
Twenty Six Years of Age. The Count de Mont-
gommery, Governour of the place, having Com-
sc)Oftob.ij manded him to (c) opposc the firlt efforts of rhe
(d) These are Assault, he was wounded at the end of the As-
his own words. sault (//) with a Mu/quet-shot in the Cheek, and
(e) Ihefe right Jaw-Bone, the'Bullet going out behind, near the
^hrnve^dis ^ape of the Neck, and piercing his se) Haujje-col.
serciitCsrom' ThisShot having made him fall from the Ram-
those they ufe part into the Ditch, lome Pioneers that happen'd
nm'. to be there put him into a Hole with (s) ano-
Forestier eJe ^ier which they put upon him, and cover’d
Drug^ift. * them