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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 131



117 . . through any feult of mine.9. ' Daniel/ faid lit éarl, ? you comfort me much by what you fay/ Upon this, fir Daniel de Haiuyn took leaf* ef the earl and went to Oudenarde, which h* Reinforced with good men at arms, victualled * it *gain, and made every other neçeflaiy préparai fion, CHAP. X!X1. fnnxp VON ARTAVEIU AND THE GHENT MEf LAY SIEGE TO OUDENAEDE. FHIUP, who refided in Ghent, hearing thff . the garrifon of Oudenarde had been rein» forced with men at arms faid he would providf a remedy, for fuch things were not to he fuffer* fed: it was # difgr$ce to all Flanders that thqt town fhould continue thus difobedient. He de-clared he would lay fiege to it, and never march away until he had deftrbyedlt, and put to'de^th ^dl who fhould be found within, knight? others. ^ He iflued his fuwmons through Flan* ders, far every one to be re^dy prepared before Oudenarde on the 9th day of June, None dared difqbey this fummons: thofe in the principal towns of Flanders, of the Franconate actd.ôf Uruges, made themfelves rtady, and came be* fore Oudenarde, where tbey extended themfelves in the fields, meadows and marfhes thereabouts. -Fhiiip, by whofe orders every thing was done.


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