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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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The count de Blois left Valenciennes and went to Landrecies, where he-paffed fome time, with the lady Mary his wife and his fon Louis, in re-covering himfelf from his fatigues. The follow-ing fummer he went to Blois ; but the countefs and her fon continued in Hainault, and lived the greater part of the time at Beaumont. , t CHAP- XLVIII. VAIN ATTEMPTS MADE FOR ' PEACE BETWEEN THE KING OF FRANCE AND GHENT.—THE KING, QN HIS RETURN TO PARIS, ORDERS THE CHAINS TO BE TAKEN AWAY THAT BAR-RICADED THE STREETS.—HE SEVERELY PU-NISHES THE PARISIANS. THE count de la Marche and fir James de . Bourbon, his brother, left Tournay to re-, fresh themfelves at their caftle in Hainault. The lord Guy de Laval, a Breton, • went to Cheure in Hainault, which is divided between fir Robert de Namur and himfelf. The lord de Coucy stopped at Mortaigne on the Scheld, where he refted himfelf and his men: but the greater part of the time he was with the king, at Tournay. " " . The count de St. Pol was commiffioned to cor-rect the Urbanists of the town, which was re-ported to contain many. Several were discover-ed, and wherever found* even in the church of Nôtre Î44


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