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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 174



neton : you will break down all the bridges on the river as far as la Gerge, HafeJJes, Meure ville and Courtray, by which inean$ the French will not be ' able to pais. I. will myfelf go to Ypres, to encourage them, and to remon-ftrate with them, that as we are all united ip one common caufe, none ihould fyil or hefitate to perform what we have fworn to $o. It is not in the power of the king of France, nor thefe Frenchmen, to crofs the river _ lis and enter Flanders provided the. pafles be well guarded, for they muft follow the courfe of the river to feek for a pafiage.' The two Peters replied, ' Philip, you fpeak well, and we ' will obey what you have ordered. But have you had any news from our people in England?' ^ 6 No, by my troth/ laid PJpKp* ' which I much wonder at. , The parliament is fitting at London, and very ftiortly we muft re-ceive intelligence from them. The king of France cannot make fuch hafte, but we fhall have received fuccows from Engi*nd, before they can do us much harm. I Jwjpe the king Qf England has iflued his fumraons, and tbpt the JJwgiiCh will arrive here fome jpigbt before we are aware/ Thus did thefe companions difcourfe fe^jpthsk who held all Flanders upder their fl|$di$w# ,«K€^p|D^dFewctrMde and Oudsnafde. CHAP. 160


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