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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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fl&tterers always with him ; fucli te Gilbert Mat-thew and his brothers* the provoft of Harle-becque who is their relation, and the deacon of fmall crafts who fled ft way with them. It there-fore behoves us toconfider awhile on thisbufinefs.' c How (hall we act?9 afked Philip. (I will tell' you/ replied Peler: * we mud fend orders to all our leaders and captains, to be ready armed, and * in the market-place, to-morrow, and to keep near us; when we will enter the council-chamber, with a hundred of our men, to tyear the treaty read. Leave me to manage the reft; but only avow what I fhall fay; for whoever wiftie^to prèferve his life ^nd power with the com-monalty, if he do ijtot make himfelf feared, does nothing/ Philip Willingly affented; and then Peter du Bois, taking his leave, departed. He inftantly fent his feirvants and fcouts to the dif-ferent captains under him, to order them and their men to be in the market-place on the next day, well armed, to hear the news. They alf obeyed, for none dared to refufe, and were, ready for any mïfchief The enfuing morning, at nine o'clock, • the mayor, (herifls, and rich men of the city, came to the market-place and entered the town-hall : • then came thofe who had been at the confer-ences at Harlebecque ; and laft came Petéç du Bois and Philip von Artaveld, well attended by thofe of their party. • - When they were all affembled and feated, for „ every one who chofe it fat down, they found the lèrd de Harzeiles was not prefent : they fent to him, 11' '


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