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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.6

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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.6
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vï 1 m • Pap. CHAP. XXII. A Detachment grf the Ghent Army from before Oudenarde, In overrun-ning the Lands of their Lord, bum some Village* on the Frontiers of France, which causes a War be-tween the King of France and them 12Q • XXIH. The Duke of Burgundy instigates his Nephew King Charles to make War on Ghent and its Allies, as well in revenge for the burnt Villages as to assist in the Recovery of Flan-ders, for the Earl, who was his Vas-sal 124 XXIV. Charles the Sixth, King of France, from a Dream, chooses a flying Hart for his Device - - 128 XXV. During the Siege of Oudenarde, the Rebels entreat King Charles • to make Peace between than and the Earl of v Flanders.—The King answers them with Contempt.—They then endea-vour to draw the English into aii Al-' liance with them - - - 131 XXVL The Ambassadors from Ghent fail in forming an Alliance with England - 139 XXVII. The Messenger which the Ghent Men had sent to King Charles of France is delivered from Prison.—Some Prisoners from Totirttfty and Cour-traj* «are exch&ngt d for each other 141 XXVIII. King Chartes orders Commissioners to • • enter into certain Treaties with the • Flemings.—Their Messengers are imprisoned at the Moment they de-manded Passports - - - 145 CHAP.


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