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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 178



after twelve days • negotiating, thofe from Ghent who were in Oudenarde returned home, and the town was furrendered to the earl's men. In order further to appeafe the earl, John Pruniaux'was ba-nifhed from Ghent and from Flanders for ever : his fentence ftated it as the reafon, that he had gone and taken pofleffion of Oudenarde without the knowledge of the magiftrates of Ghent. Sir Philip de Mamines, fir Oliver d'Auterme, le Galois de Mannes, le baftard de Widringues, and all thofe who had been aftors or abettors ' in the maiming the mariners of Ghent, were alfo banifhed the country. Thefç banifhments appeafed both parties. Pruniaux quitted Flanders, and went to Ath in Brabant. Sir Philip de Mamines went to Valen-ciennes in Hainault j but, when thofe of Ghent heard it, they worked upon the provoft and jurats of Valenciennes, fo that the provoft, John* Paris, prevailed on the knight quietly to leave the town : he departed of his own free ^willj, and ' refided at Warlain, near Douay, until he heard better news. • The other knights and fquires weqt from Flan-ders to Brabant, where thçy remained until more agreeable intelligence made them quit it. As foon as the carl of Flanders had regained pof-ifcflion of Oudenarde, he fent thither numbers of workmen to repair the gatps, towers and walls* which he made -ftronger than before ; the ditches alfo were deepened. All this was known at Ghent ; but they took no M 4 " ' noticç 167


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