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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 272



land, Rafle de Voirie, Louis de Voz aad John Sercolat, who are from Ghent, and tj&e clerk who foiicits the Bilhopriek, have remained be . hind in England |o complete the treaties. In . the month of 'May, you wil hour more, erf ill , this than we now have told you/ • The earl of Flanders pondered an what he ,$iad heard, and believed the fact was fo. He turned his attention to John Saplemon and the -EngKfli atiBwges,'. and ordered his ferjetote to fiuhmpft them to appear en a cer£ain:day before him. The ferjeànts ordered John.Sapiemwa and fevelralother pchJSngtifhhien,! whd were quite aapmp^red-for fuah a proceedings to appear tfiatday fortnight èiefcré. the earl; M fhe«iik :#f ' Lille* • . ' • I .ji - : • Thé En^ifli were roach aftonifhtfd # the fum-ions,, and confultod together, Tfaeyjpttld IKÉ (magine for what canfe the earl had thus Ann* iftôied them Having weighed every ciroun*. itotficethey began to fcaVe their fufpkioos, for they-knew the earl was very hafty in his anger. ^They5 {kid^among thfeafdves* «• He who is not pârefu* his own perfon, is carefad of nothing. & Mpetft the eàrl ha* had feme tateHig^nce com ^eïtiïngus ; for with Francis Atremen, \H» ins « perifiôn from our king, - there are - two çittam of this'towâ in England, who, having turned to his party, may perhaps have given infçraia? tion againft US', and placed us in tits ill graces.-This idea ftruck them all, and made them "afraid to wait the day of fummons, atad to ap-pear at Lille. They 'fet out from Bruges for "Sluys, where, by great exertions, they purchaf-» - • • ed


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