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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 150



• AU who heard him anfwçred, that' ha had woll and wifely fpokeu, and what he bad pro* pofed ftiouJxl be followed ; and that whoever was of the contrary opinion was. not a weilwUher to (h* pafperity of Fkndçrs* Philip did not delay executing it; be wrot* #» thi$ fiibje^t to Peter du Bois and Peter le Nuitre,. gwerwrs of Bruges, a&4 sdA to tbdfe ff Yproft and Courtray wh# agreed to his pro* poialt One m two çkigew were chofen from principal towns, but from Gheotiix, Among %lm % ft . .wef9- Fwwia Atreiaen,. Rafle de h Y€tidfll% Lauja de Vaux,, fir Joh» Stotçiar^ Mwtip, Btondel-Vatre, Jaeçb iteiroaj» and t çfôrfc who had beep* nominated bishop of Ghent %i pop«i IJ'ïhan, Mafter John d*Albr^t, wlw bad beçu d#»n of" the church of our L»dy at •yçurnay, had propofod to m^ % bish#f»id ffrthe- towi* of Gbant* whdeb should etyfljr fefat profit thcr bplwp- of Tournay ought t^bawev. * • Whfn tfo twelve citisaiWL had waived tiheit itli infiruç^iws ai to what they were- to. lay a*d d% they tqqk katf • of their friande*, depart* from th# fmg^pî Owteftarde, and continued their journey until they aitiveda* Ctém 8if John d'Albrenes*, the governor,, received tbem very politely, when he uadedlood they want* ed tQ go to England* and provided: them with fhips and- p«U&g£4*0fital, They remained there enlj three days* wheat they e»êacke4 landed Ht Dcwer* and pwfued their road to Landm. * Sir John d'Albreipfc Q,. At 136


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