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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 147



1-93 1m Ûm Maimer was the fége feontiriued. ' Thfe Flemings had plenty of provifion in their armjff #hich was brought to them hy fea and land, ai #ell As down the rivera, fcfr they were lords of the *holfe of Flanders. They were alfo near tfoô counttiès .of Holland* Zealand, Brafrant, and apart 6f Hainault* the inhabitants of #hi©hp through avarice of gai»; privately brought their aimy provifion in quantities* This Philip veto Artareld h&d a cotfrdge more like EngiWh than Ffench. He fcoold hav# been glad if they had adhered ûiore to the féîv mér* ctnd made Éit alliance with England; fett, ihpuM the king of France* or duke of Burgunh dy# march an irfmy againft them' to recover the country, they Wêuld ' have been affifteck Philip had already in bis army twd hundred Englrfli archers,* Who had ftoleri away ftom their gBrrifo» at Calais, awl were paid etery wdék. • FhiKpy to put a better colour on his action^ and to know what they faid of him i* .France, réfolvèd to [fend letters ffom' himfelf and item tfce country of Flandters, to thé king of France., kunMy entreating the king to take thfe troublé of Bringing* about a fotmd reconciliation* be-tween them and the earl fhehr lord. He had no ftener itténtioéerfthis idea than ii wasr executed : be wrote amicable létterà to the king of Frârocé and to his cotncil, vrhiih he ordered a ikleffen-ger to carry to France and délvëf tor the khrgl The nieflfenger faid he would* willingly obey* ma rààé on witb tlte ldtfars until her came to Senli%


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