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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 158



Î44. Aimed. Advife your countrymen and mer-chants not to pafs through Flandef s ; for we trell know, that the king of France, your lord, will make war on us, for which we are pre-pared. ' • * Thefe citizens of Tournay* after having heard this fpeech, returned to Tournay to relate all that had paffed. A proclamation was made, that no one (hould have any intercourfe or deal-ings with the Flemings, without incurring the indignation of the king. The citizens of Tour-ftay, who had been imprifoned at Bruges, re-turned ; and thofe from Courtray were fent back. They dared not deal openly with the Flemings ; but, when they wanted any mer-chandife from Flanders, they applied to Valen-ciennes ; for thofe of Brabant, Holland, Hain-ault, Zealand and Liege, might travel.and carry art their commerce through all Flanders with perfect fecurity. The fiege of Oudenarde still went on in the feme manner. * Philip and his Ghent men were encamped on the hill of Oudenarde, on the fide of Hainault, where they had planted bom-bardes, cannons, and large machines, which made fuch a noife when fired that they could be heard upwards of fix leagues. Near them, but below, on the ' banks of the Scheld, were encamped thofe from Bruges, as you afcend the river by the gate of Bruges. Thofe of Pope-ringue, Ypres, Caffel and the Franconate, were quartered near them, fo that* they furrounded the'town completely. * Oudenarde


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