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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 99



êë tiier their raoft able counfellors, and thp prihci* p^l inhabitants from the greatèft towqs, who waited fever^l days in expectation of the earl of Flanders? bqt be came not, ppr indeed fent any. excufes. When they perceived this, they refolv-to choofe three knights from the three coun-tries, and fix citizens, and fend them to him, ' Out of affection to us they undertook the bufiaeis, , Skua went to Bruges, where they found my lord of Flanders, who entertained them well, as they. f@id, and willingly liftened tp them : he thpn de-, clared, that out of refpect to their lord, and to his fifter-in-law, updame de Brabant, he would fend his council to Tournay in the courfe of five or fix days, fo well inftructed, that they would clearly explain his determined intention, which when they fhoukl hear, they would know how to act: not obtain mg any other anfwer, they rer turned on the day appointed. In confequeoce of this, the "Lord de Rafeflez, the lord de Gon- * tris, fir John Villames, and the provoft of Harle* becque, came to Tournay, where thc«y very gra-eipuily informed us of the will of the earl, and the only means of putting an end to this war. They declared his final terms for peace between • him and the inhabitants of phent were? thievery ipale inhabitant, excepting priefts and monks, from the age of fixteen to that of fixty, fhould ijaprcbout of the towns in their shirty, with bare heads and feet, and halters about their ne,cks, and should thus go two leagues or more to the plajbosiof BwMquans^ whej-e they would meet the earl of Flanders, attended by fuch whom lie may choofe


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