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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 308



•m CHAP. tVIH; THE KING OF FRANCE ISSUES A GRAND SUM. UfONJsJ WITIf THÇ INTJENTION OF -RAISIKO THE SIEGE OF YPRES.—SOftfE Of THE EARL OF FLANDERS' MEN ARE. DEFEATJS1? »Y THE ENGLISH BgFORJE T«E CHURCH QF-IMENIN. THE duke of Burgundy, being convinced that things would end badly if the king of France with an army did not provide à remedy, exerted himfelf for a parliament to be holdenat Compiegne of all the great barons and princes of the realm of France. To this parliament all who were ftirtimoned came, and the duke of Brittany perfonally at* tended. It was there difcùfled, whether or not the king of France, with his uncles the dukes ' of Berry, Burgundy and Bourbon fhould march ' to Flanders with a ' greater force than he had commanded at Rofebècque, to raife the fiege of Ypres, and offer combat to the Englifh: and Fleming if they ihould think proper to wait for him, ' It was refolved in the affirmative j and the king of France iflued his fummons throughout the kingdom fpr every man to be at Arras, or in that neighbourhood, by the 15th day of Au» guff, proyidpd with ftU things fuitable to his rau|? The king wrote alfo to thofe at a did tance, fuch as the counts d'Armagnac and Savoy, aqd to duke Frederick of Bavaria,


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