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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 144



be matters of our town/ iThey were immediately attacked, and, after a long contçft, were roughly driven down the ftreets, as numbers were againft them'; and five knights were flaip, among whom were fir Robert and fir Thomas de h Hourdrie, which was a great pity. Sir Henry d'Antoing was in imminent danger of his life, and with great diffi-culty could fome of the principal inhabitants fave him : at làft, they did fucceed in it, and many of the others were faved alfo. The gate was opened, fo that the men of Ghent entered the town, and be-came the matters of it, without doing any damage. When they had remained there for two days, and had taken hoftages from the inhabitants, who entered into a fimilar treaty with thofe of Bruges, Courtray, Gramont and Damme^ they fet out from Ypres in § moft courteous manner, and returned to Ghent. f HE MEN OF GHENT 11SÏ101 THE : TOWN OP OUD5NARDE ON ALL SIDES.-*-THEY MA&E Â GRAND ASSAULT ON THE EAEÏ, OF FLANDERS IN DENDREMONDI. . . '. " . T^HE earl of Flanders, who refided it Ollei htard . bow the inhabitants of Ypres hadturned agaftift him, and what the fmall handicrafts bid -dçne : he was forely vexed, as well for the, loff of thofe "knights who had there been flain as for other K j caufes. 133


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