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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.5

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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.5
page 79



m CHAP. XY. THF DUO OF *BRITTANY RETIRES FROM FLAN-DERS TO ENGLAND,—THE YOUNG COUNT DE ' ST. POL, WHILE A PRISONER IN ENGLAND, MARRIES. ITAHE king of France was punftually informed of A every thing that had paflfed, and the fpeech which the earl ôf Flanders had made. He did not love him the better for this : but, as he could not remedy it, ' he thought it more prudent to overlooK. it : he declared, however^ that the earl was the proudeft prince alive. From the king's manner, it was vifible he was the lord he would moft wil-lingly have humbled, both for his pride and for his oppofition to his defircs. • The earl of Flanders, notwithftanding the king of France had written to fay he was very much difpleafed at his keeping the duké of Brittany with him, did not fend him away, but entertained him as long as he wiftied to ftay, and gave him a hand-fome cftablifhment. At laft, the duke was ad-vifed to vifit England, which he likewife wifhed to fee ; he took leave of the earl his coufin, and went to Gravelines, where he was met by the earl of Saliflbury, with five hundred men at arms and a thoufand archers, for fear of the French gar-rifons, and concju&ed' to Calais : fir Hugh Cal-verley, the governor, received him with all refpeft. , When


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