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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
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notice of it, left they fhould be reprimanded for having infringed the peace. Xhe difcontented, however, faid among them-felves i Let them work as long as they pleafe in repairing Oudenarde, for, were it now of fteel, it could not rcfift us, whenever we may choofe to take it/ Although there was peace in Flanders, the earl had confiant fufpicions of Ghent ; for every day fome tales were brought him refpefting it : and fi-jmilar qnes were told of him to the townfmen of Ghent. 7! ' John de Faucille went to refide at Nazareth, a very handfome and ftrong houfe of his a good league diftant from Ghent. He diffembled there as long as he was able* and would not be of the town-council, in order to avoid being marked by the earl. He alfo abfented himfclf very much from his at-tendance on the earl, to prefervc his popularity in Ghent, and thus, as it were, fwimming between two ftreams, kept himfclf as much neuter as he could. During the time the earl was repairing Oude-narde, and had juft finifhed it, he was earneft, by letters and meffages to his coufin the duke of Bra* bant, to get pofTcffion of John Pruniaux, who re-, fided at Ath. He managed the matter fo well that he was delivered up, and brought. to Lille, where he Was beheaded, and his body placed on a wheel & a traitor. Such was the end of John Pruniaux, At this fame time, the, earl came to Ypres, and ' • , * held 168


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