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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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74- ... . y cm, out of your great humility, to have com* paflion on the inhabitants of Ghent, who are not able, by any means hitherto employed, to obtain, the pardon of their lord ; but iff you, very dear lady, would mediate between our lord, and.us, lb that he would hear but reafon and have mercy on his.vaflals, you would do a mofi charitable act, and our good friends and neigh-bours of Liege would unite to affift you at any time and in any manner you fhall pleafe/ Thç duchefs replied with much gentlenefs, c that fhe had long been forry for the diffenfions which bad arifen between her brother * the earl AJAD them, aqd would willingly have put an end to them fome timç paft, had fhe been able or \ had fhe known how to do it : but you fo often oppofe him, and are fo OBFTINATE in your opi-nions, that it keeps up his anger and hatred againft you. Notwithstanding all- this, for love of God and through companion, I will cheer-fully undertake thisbufinefe, and fend to req.uefb le will have the goodnefs to come to Tournay, where I will order my privy council. You will alfo EXERT yourfelves to gain the council of BAI-»" nault, to accompany that of Liege, which yoi* fay is ready to ferve you.' € Yes, madam, for they havç fo promifed US/ € Well,' faid thé duchefs, * I will do fomething that you fhall} hear of/ They REPLIED, c God preferve, madam^ youF foul and body/ At thefe words they took leave of the duchefc * Her brother. HE bad married one of her fillers. and


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