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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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days longer at Tournay, when they fet out on their return to the king, whom they found at Peronne, and his three uncles, the dukes of Berry, Burgundy and Bourbon with him. :CHAP. XXXI. KING CHARLES, AFTER HEARING THE REPORT OF HIS COMMISSIONERS, AT THE INSTIGA-TION OF THE EARL OF FLANDERS WHO WAS ' PRESENT, ASSEMBLES HIS ARMY IN ARTOIS, AGAINST THE FLEMINGS.—PHILIP VON AR-TAVELD GUARDS THE PASSES INTO FLAN-DERS. THE day before the return of the commis-fioner, the-earl of Flanders arrived at Pe-ronne, to lay his affairs before the king and coun-cil, and to dé homage for the county of Artois, which he WBÈ bounden to do and had not perform-ed fincethe deceafe of his mother, who had died this year. • On the arrival of the commiffioners, the council wa$ affembled in the prefence of the young king, when the letters before mentioned "were--read; that of Philip to them* and the one he had fent to Tournay. They confidered them in ttfi tonfWouFablè light, anddèeloréd «tat-feeh pride lend pïefumption ki Rancters Ultght not to hefttfered.- • " The earl Glanders #as tiMf farËlàf to tfb{î-pofed, il%leafed on hearing hi$ : he therefore laid his grievances before thé king and council •wy opportunely* When thejr were heard and attended


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