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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
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the king fhall wifh to come into Flanders he will find all its ports open, and the country well difpofed towards him, where he may repofe and refrefh himfelf md people as long a time as -he fhall pleafe; and he may call upon Flanders for one hundred thoufand men, all armed • are alfo ordered to requeft from you the two hundred thoufand old crowns* which Jacob Ton Artaveld, and the chief towns of Flanders,* fir-jnerty lent to king Edward, of good memory, at the fieges of Tourpay and of Calai*, and which they mow defire may be paid back, ft is the »• terntkm of the principal towns in Flanders^ that before any thing further be done in a treaty of aUkmce^ this fmn be faid down, by which mean* the king «ff England* and all1 his fubjfccts, »ay * fey they are friends to the Fleming an4 tbejr fiial have free entrance^ at their pleafmfe, Flatmlera.' When thef lords h$d beardr this fpeeeh anddew maiwl, they looked at each other* att£ feme be* gam to finite. Th* dake of Lancafter* addidffiof them, feid^ 'My fair lords of Flawfefs^ whrf j*«t have faid requires cêunfeL ' Go aâd rejatifn to London-, atoi the king witt confide* yew fe* q/tiefte, and fend yon fuch a»fwers a* yea fllfctt Wcmteatoi with.-' The Ghent mei* replied, #God, wilt if be'lb/ . They then- quittée the council chamber, leaving the lords of the eo»»*. til behind*, who began* to laugh aifcoilg the»* felves, and fey, ' Did yew notice thefe Flattfegs, f CMcP crcrwfi6»-*€«ei mmk (mm ftUhngp and Girt^ce ' and" •140


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