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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 154



Cifcd of i|àr, a» weft aithofe from tft§;Franèf who, 4w:winter approaching : they thercfcrc argued iaCQungiU that fince the duke oCBfurgundy, to ac-comoipdMe the bufinefs, had cofpe thither in. per** $m and. had engaged to have every thing par-doned,; fince alfo the earl would return in an ami-cable manner, m Ghent, there to refide, and; leç ifh%t; would: happen, would never remember the fall;,all thefe. confederations,ought to. be attended to; and they confidered themfelves bound, to ac-knowledge their lord with refpedfc, andnot attempt to, tear hisjnheritance from thim. . , Thefe words greatly foftened the men of Ghent;, apd ttnçy agreed to accept the treaty.. The duke; g&ye a, qioft, magnificent dinner to. the. principal perfora, from Ghent; Bruges, Ijpres and Courtray. On that dayt iç was fettled)that the fiege fhould be; raiftdi. and,a,fçilid pe^ce concluded between, the-cprl.and h&Sjfubje&s : that the earl fhould grant a general pardon to all, without any refervation, dif-femblipg or exception .whatever : that he fhould re-fide, at.Ghent* and; that within a year, the citizens of Ghent fhould rebuild, the caftle.of Andreghien, which report faid they had burnt.v For. the fuller confirmation of all this,. John Pruniaux was to ac-company the duke of Burgundy to Tournay, where it. was to be properly drawn up and iealed. After this, the duke returned to Tournay, and John Pru-niaux and John Boulc. remained with the army. On the morrow, peace was proclaimed between the twjfr parties, the fiege was raifed, and every man. returned to hi$ home. The earl difbanded his foi-. diers,


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