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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 156



• -m xiteûs etcufcd themfelves by faying, what was in-deed truci that it had not been through any fault .of theirs, but was folcly owing to the fmall handi-crafts of the town, who would ally themfelves with thofe of Ghent when John Lyon came before Bruges. Thfe earl pafied over their mifconduft #ith as fair looks us he could, but he did not the Ms remember it. will now leave him and the Flemings, and jfcturntp the affairs of Brittany. % - \ i CHAP. XXVU. .Ml JDUKE ;©Jf BRJTTANY RETURNS FROM ENG-LAND, AT THE ENTREATY OF HIS SUBJXCTS^r-THJ5 ENGLISH ARE DESIROUS OF MARRYING THEIR YOUNG KING.—TH£ KNIGHTS OF ENG-LAND SENT TO THE AID OF THE DUKE OF BRITTANY .MEET WITH GREAT TEMPESTS AT &£A» \7*OU have before Jieard that the duke of Brit- * tany refided in England with king Richard and his uncles, who entretained him handfomeJy, and that his copntry was in .great trouble -, for the king of .France had ordered thither l^is conftable with a large body of men at armsj who had fixed their quarters at Pontorfon, and near St. Michael's Mount, whence they made war on all the adjacent country. The inhabitants of the cities and prin-cipal towns kept themfelves w# inclpicd* ^nd • ¥§JL. V. L * were


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