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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 136



• ' Mi jvho at that time was at Compiegne, as welt as to his brother the duke of Berry, to the duke of Bourbon, and to the king's council, that they might cônfider of it. The duke of Burgundy wished not the Flemings to have acted others wife ; for he thought it would be now neceffary to call on the king for aid, otherwife his father-4n4aw, the earl of Flanders, would never regain bis inheritance : befides, on every account, this .war exafperated him moft exceedingly, for he was, in right of his wife, the heir of Flanders. . The earl of Flanders refided at this moment : ut Hêdin. He there learnt that the Çhent men • had deftroyed his houfe at Marie, through fpite • to him, even the chamber wherein he was born, , and had broken the font wherein he had been . baptifed, with the cradle of his childhood, which was of filver. The bathing tub wherein he had '•been washed "was7 beaten to pieces and-carried . away. All this vexed him exceedingly. If hilft - at Hêdin he thought of different plans : for he faw his country had turned againft him, except Dendremonde and Oudenarde, and no fuccodr to be looked for, but from France. " Having weighed well all circumftances, he refolved to vifit his fon the duke of Burgundy, who lired at - Bapaume, and explain.to him his fituatlon. He departed from Hêdin and went to Arrafct Where he repofed himfelf two days. • On the • morrow he came * to Bapaume, and difmounted at the hôtel of the éounts of Artois, which was . ttpw his own* for, by the death of his lady-mo-


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