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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 167



• pRAP. XXIX, TBT EARL OF FLANDERS INTERS THE TOW* OM GHENT, AND SECRETLY DEPARTS FROM IT.w THE WALLS OF OUQEfARPl ARE RAZED BY w -THE WTJITE HOOD^ ' Tlf^IR #p.lf§ , 4 Iff} ACCOMPLICES. ^|Tff EN the inhabitant* of Ghent heard the ©p^ was Off the ro^L thither, they ytrc much rejoice*], arçd went out to pept frim on hoffçbaclç pid on foot ; they bowc4 very Jowly when they met him, and (hewed him all the rcvcrencp in thcif power ; but he pafied orç without faying § W°f^ only jaft bowed his head to them. He rode to his hôtpl, called la Poterne wfierc fic dined. Great prefents were made him by the town, and the magistrates waited on hiip, who kumbled themfelves gready It% his prefçnçe* as hutngfir. The earl addrcflfed thçrn, faying, f t|at when there was a fiable peace, every thing opght to have a peaceable appearance : I would, therefore, that thefe white hoods bç laid afide, and fome amends made for the death of my bailiff for his family arc very importunate with me on the fubjjç&/ c My lord,' replied the magistrates, * that is fully our intention $ and wc befeech your highnefs, that you would have the goodnefs to conic to-morrow V thç fquare, and explain tô your fubjeâs, ip an . . . amicable


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