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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 257



refpect due. to trim, and fixed bis quarters at the abbey of Saint Martin. The inhabitants were all dreffed in white with three green bars on one fide : and proper houfes were allotted to the lords. The king was at Saint Martins : and his attend-ants occupied one quarter of the town. The duke de Berry was lodged in the palace ©f the bishop; the duke de Bourbon at the crown ; the duke of Burgundy at the Golden Head ; the conftable at St, James's Head. Proclamation was made for none to do any damage to the good people of Tournay, under pain of death, nor take any thing without payr iftg for it, nor to enter the country of Hainauit tfith intent of doing mifchief. All thefe orders werfc obferved. The lords 'refreshed themfelves there with their men but thofe from the diftant parts returned to their homes through Lille, Douay and Valenciennes. The count de Blois took leave of the king and his uncles, and of his companion the count d'Eu, and retired to his inheritance in Hainauit. He stopped one day and night at Valenciennes, where he was magnificently entertained ; for he had gained the affection of the inhabitants^ as well in gra-titude for the fervices he had rendered by pre-venting the Bretons,. Burgundians and Savoy-ards, from putting their intentions into execution of overrunning thç country, as in regard to fir Thierry d'Efquemine, who had long kept them in alarm, and who, by having put himfelf un-der the obedience of the count and the lord de Coucy, had giyen them peace. •7*-* • rY . the 243 .


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