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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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what had been done, came in the evening to Phillip, and, having (hut himfelf in a chamber with him, afked what fuccefc he had met with. Philip, who wilhed to hide nothing from him, re-plied*—€ By my faith, Peter, from the anfwer which my lord of Flanders has given by thofe of his council whom he fent to Tournay, he will not pardon a foul in Ghent; no not one/ cBy my troth/ faid Peter du Bois, 6 he is in the right, and has been wifely advifed to fend fuch an anfwer $ for we are all equally implicated one as much as another* I have fucceeded in my expectation ; for the town of Ghent is in fuch confufion that it 0 cannot well be appeafed. We muft become def-perate,: and it (hall be feen if there be not pru-dent and valiant men in Ghent. In a few days, the town of Ghent (hall be the mod refpected town in Chriftendom, or the mod humbled. How-ever, if we do perifh in this quarrel, we (hall not ' die alone. You mud now, Philip, confider how . you will relate the conferences of Tournay to-morrow, fo that every one may be fatisfied with your conduct. You are at this moment in high .favour with the people, for two reafons ; one, on account of the name you bear, for Jacob von Artaveld, your father, was formerly much belov-ed in this town ; the other, from the gentle and friendly manner with which you addrefs them, which they publicly praife: they will therefore firmly believe efvery thing you (hall tell them ; and, towards the end,; you fhall add, c If I were to ad-vifé, I would do fo and fo but it is neceffary G 2 you


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