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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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my lord, on my troth, that I will carry them whitherfoever you pleafe, were it to hell/ Phi-lip, burfting out into laughter, faid, € Thou haft well fpoken/ He ordered two crowns to be given to him, and had him efcorted out of the camp, and put in the road to Tournay. When he arrived at Tournay they (hewed him the hôtel of the biihop of Laon, whither he went, and falling on his knees, punctually delivered his meflage to the biihop. They afked him news of Oudenarde and of the befieging army,, when he told them all he knew. He was invited to dinner, and was, during dinner-time, clofely queftioned by the attendants of the biihop. The biihop of Laon went away, being unwilling to open the letters without his companions. When the three bifhops and the knights were aflembled they opened the letters, read them attentively, and confidered them maturely. They then deli-vered their fentiments, faying; 'This Philip von Artaveld feemeth full of pride and prefumption, and little loves the royal majefty of France/ Having confulted together, they added ; c The provofts, jurats and council of Tournay know that we have fent to Philip and the towns of Flanders : it is juft they should learn the anfwer Philip has fent us/ « . They fent for the provoft, had the town-hall opened, and founded the bell which called the council together. When they were all aflem-bled, they read to them the letters they had re-ceived. The wifeft were aftonished at the pre-fumptuous expreflions they- contained. It was refolved 15a


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