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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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yotï confider this well, fo that you (landon ftrfe grounds antlfgain honour by it/ 4 Peter/ 'fold Philip von Artaveld, 6 you fpeak truth ; audi think I fhall be able to explain and harangue in fuch a manner on the affairs of Ghent that, between ourfelves, we who are the governors and leaders in Ghent fhall live and die with ho-nour.' Nothing more was faid or done at that time, for they feparated : Péter du Bois returned " to his houfe, and Philip remained where he was. You may eafily imagine, when the day fo ea-gerly expected was come, in which Philip was to report what had paffed in the conferences at Tournay, that all the inhabitants of Ghent were early in the market place. It was on a Wednef-day morning, and the time of meeting nine o'clock. - Philip von Artaveld, Peter du Bois, Peter le Nuitre, Francis Atremen, and the other chiefs came there ; and, having entered the town-hall, they afcendcd the ftaircafe, when Philip, fhew-ïng himfelf from the windows, thus fpoke :.€ My good friends, it is true, that through the entreaties of the very noble lady the duchefs of Brabant, 'the m oft puiflaui and noble prince duke-Albert, regent of Hainault, Holland and Zealand, and of my lord the bifliop of Liege, a conference was appointed tobè holden at Tournay thefe Wt days, " which the earl of Flanders was perfbnally to at-tend, and which he had projnifed to the-jioblfe perfbns jull mentioned, who have indeed moft handfomely acquitted themfelves. They fent thi-ther 84


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