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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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8r conduct of the town of Ghent, which Oil con-tinued in its rebellion, chiefly owipg to the pro* vifion and ftores which it received? from their, countries, and to requeft that a flop might be put to it* Thefe two lords would have been veryforry to db any thing which might difpleafe the earl : they excufed themfelves handfomely, faying, that until that moment they were ignorant of it* but that henceforward they would iffue fuch or-ders that itfhouldbe difcontlnued. This anffte* Was agreeable to the ear) of Flanders: - • • puke Albert, who at that time refided Iirïfél* Imtd, wrote tb his bailiff in Hainault* fir Simon de Lalain, inclbfing him a copy of the? lètik^ffëm the earl of Flanders* adding his positive oom* mands againft any provifion or ftores being Any niflaed Ghent from Hainault* or any. other thing, to be done which might difpleafe his coufin the earl, under pain of his higheft difpleafure. The bailiff iffued a proclamation through Hai-nault, forbidding any provifions to be carried to, Ghent. A firailar proclamation was made in. Brabant; fo that none dared to go to Ghent but privately* which much furprifed the inhabitants; for provifion began to be very fcaree, and there would have been a famine, if the Hollanders had not aflifted them, an act of friendfhip which they woukt not* be refrained from doing by any in-junctions that duke Albert could lay on them. . About this period, through the means of the councils of Brabant, Hainault and liege, there was a great afferably appointed to be holden a* ' ' Hark*


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