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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
page 86



made for them their agreements with the diffe-. rent towns. During the time they were refrefh-ing themfelves in the country round Louvain, he went to Liege, accompanied by twelve others, where he remonstrated fo effectually with the magistrates that they confented, with the ap-probation of their bifhop, the lord Arnold d'Ercle, to fend to the earl of Flanders, and ufe their utmost endeavours to make a peace between them : adding, that if Liege had been as near to them as Brabant and Hain-ault, they would have more, effentially affisted them in their rights, and in. defending their privileges. However, they faid, c We will now do every thing we can for you, and, as you are merchants, and merchandife ought to pafe freely every where, we have determined that you may contract at this moment for five or fix hundred cart loads of corn and flour, which we will allow youjto have, provided the good people from whom this provifion comes can be fatisfied. € Our commerce will be fuffered tq pafs through Brabant, for that country is in friend-Ihip with us ; and, notwithftanding Bruffels is fliut againft you, we know it is more through fear than inclination. The Bruffelers have great compailion on your fufferings ; but the duke and duchefs of Brabant, at the felicitations of the earl of Flanders, are more his friends than vours, as it is natural that great lords fhould fupport each other/ - . The men of Ghent were much pleafed with the affectionate offers the Liégeois made them : - they 7« "


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