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SIR JOHN FROISSART Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2

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SIR JOHN FROISSART
Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the adjoining countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV. Vol.2
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greater part of them fliall confent, we atfo will agree to it : we will, return to you again within a. month, ' and bring fuch anfwers as we hope will be fatisfa&ory.V . • Neither the king of England nor Jacob von Arta-veld could at that time obtain more, or any other, anfwer. They wiflied to have .had a fliorter day, appointed, but in vaifa : fo the king anfwered, he was fatisfied that it ihould be as they determined. . The conference broke up, and each returned to the town from whence he had been deputed. Jacob von Artaveld remained fome little t time : longer with the king of England, in order iov be made acquainted with all his affairs : he, in return, » promifed and affured him that he would bring big Countrymen over to his.opinion; but he deceived^ himfelf, and did wrong in laying behind, and not being at Ghent at the time when the citizens who had been deputed by the corporations of the town arrived there : for as fqon as they were returned, taking advantage of the abfence of von Artaveld, they collected a large meeting of high and low, in the market-place, and there explained to them the fubje6t of the late conferences at Slujs, and what the king of England had required of them, through the advice and information of Jacob von Artaveld. The whole àffembly began to murmur againft him; and this requeft was received unfavourably by all. They faid, € that if it pleafed' God, they never would be pointed out, or found fo difloyal, as to difinherit their natural lord, in favour of a ftranger/ Voi,. IL • . H They


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