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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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that'from the good caufe we are engaged in, and the good fortune which follows Ghent, Philip may defeat the king, fo that not one fhall efcape or recrofs the river, but the whole country which has fubmitted will be inftantly reconquered. Thus will you remain like true and loyal men in you* franchifes, and in the grace of Philip and of us Ghent men/ • • With fuch fpeeches as this, Peter du Bois and Peter le Nuitre daily harangued the men of Bruges, and reftrained them from entering into any treaty with the king of France. - While thefe things were going on, the citizens of Ghent, with fir William Fermiton*, arrived at Calais, from England, to donclude and feal thofe treaties and agreements which the Englifh wifh-ed to enter into with the Flemings. - Sir John Devereux, governor of Calais, fent for them, and told them, * that they could not continue their journey at that time, for thp king of France was _ at Ypres, and that all the country, from Calais to Ypres, had furrendered to him. We fhall fhortly have more news :. for it is reported that Philip von Artaveld is affembling his forces to * Fermiton. Froiflart before calls him Fremeton. I fhould have fuppofed this perfon was fir William Çarendon/or Framp-ton, if, in the Roles François, the names of ithofe fent by Richard1 had not been particularly named, as may be fcen underneath.* , Ann. Dosa. 1382-1383. Membrana 4. ' f De poteftate data Johanni Devereux, Briano de Stapikon, Wiiielmo'Ermyn, & Johanni de Burley, ad tractandum cum comiti Flandriae k gentibus ibidem de debatis, & de alternp-t*tis refomaad»/*~Data apud WeftaunOer, 16th May. combat 205


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