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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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CHAP. XIV. THE EARL OF FLANDERS SENDS A HARSH AN-SWER TO THOSE WHO WISHED TO MEDIATE A PEACE BETWEEN HIM AND GHENT.—THE POPULACE, UNDER THE NAME OF MAILLO-' TINS, RISE AGAIN AT PARIS. NOTWITHSTANDING ell thefe fummons. levies and orders, which the earl of Flan-ders was iffuing, the duchefs of Brabant, duke Albert and the bifhop of Liege, exerted them* felves fo much, that a meeting of their coun-cils, to confider of the means of eftablifhing a peace, was ordered to be held in the city of Tournay. The earl of Flanders, at the request of thefe lords, and the duchefs of Brabant, al-though he intended to act contrary, gave his terms of accommodations ; and thefe confer-ences were fixed for the end of Eafter, at Tournay, in the year 1382. . Twelve deputies came from the bifhoprick of • liege and the chief towns, with fir Lambert de Perney, a very difcreet knight. The du--chefs of Brabant fent her council thither, and fome of the principal inhabitants from the great Jowns. Duke Albert met likewife his,council from Hainault, his bailiff, fir Simon de Lalain, with others. All thefe came to Tournay in Eafter-week ; and Ghent fent alfo twelve depu-ties, of whom Philip von Artaveld was the )iead. The inhabitants of Ghent had refolved to accede 77


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