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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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•cede him of treafon, when I do oot fee that there mm jhc; Icatt caufe for it. Had it been, as they faid, that he had fold and betrayed them, he would Jicver haw returned, but would have ftaid with the Jcarl tnriLhts .army*. ' This, however, could not fave 4tfp from bcifiQ killed : the men of Ghent fought jpf ihfpi. in his ho^fe, and, having found him, •draggç&jhim into the Arret, when he was torn in ££pc£&fet apd as tpany as could, carried off a morfel. Jtuch yfus the end of John Boule. r-i.fThe next day, the men of Ghent departed from •Courtly, and returned home., They fent John de Launoy to Gayre, a caftie belonging to the earl, jgnd'fîmated on the Scheld, of which he took pof--feffion, and placed a garrifon in it. i • • . . . . CËAP. L. THE TOWNS Ofr YPRES AND COURTRAY TURN TO ; THE BARL OF FLANDERS. GHENT IS BESIEGÏD I^TE will now return to the earl of Flanders and his army. When they had thus, by their am-bufcades, defeated the men of Ghent, and had (lain . three thoufand or thereabouts, including thofe of i Ypres, the earl was advifed to advance and lay . fiege to Ypfes. This council he followed, and - marched thither with a fine army of knights and fquires S90


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