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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 287



AIE time cm Jcaighfts are going to England, thofe at Gtmdînes- (and who'will top them ?) may do • great damage to the inhabitants of the Franco-note.* Theearl'wais thus anftvered;c It is neceflh-' rjrtfome parley fhould be held with them, as well' to obtain pafiports for Calais and England as to know what it ft they want; and fir John Villain arid fir John da Moulin are fuch difcreet perfons, that they will manage to reftore peace to die' coantry/•11 confent to this/ replied the earl. ' - Thetwoknights received their infractions from the carl and his council, in regard to the parley with thebifhopof Norwich as well as refpecting ; their miffion and what they were to fay to the king of England and his ancles. Whilft thefe knights were preparing to fet out for Gravelines : to the biihop. of Norwich, all the country ro& ini i the environs of Bourbohrg, Bergues, CaÎTel, Po-peringue, Fames, Nieuport and other towns, and: advancing to Dunkirk, entered that town, de-claring that they would in a fhort thne march out * to guard the frontiers mad fight the Ehglifh. Thefe Flemings had for leader a knight called fir John Sporeqâin, who was governor or regetat of the territories of madame de Bar, which are fituatied on this frontier and- extend to the gates of Ypres. Sir John Sporequin was ignorant of the earl's • intentions of fending to England: the haza de Flandres had come to him with thirty lances, and • MA that the earl was at Lille; but that he knew nothing more; and that he was about to marry his fifter there with the lord Delbauurin. «VQL. VI. T Thefe 273


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