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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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; this ground the conferences were continued. The earl of Flanders would willingly have had Ghent excluded, and remain in a iiate of war, but the Englifh abfolutely refufed to confent, fo that a truce was made to comprehend Ghent, and every thing was to remain in its prefent fituation, without any furrender of forts : Ou-denarde and Gravelines therefore belonged to Ghent, ' _ Notwithftanding the conferences, the Ghent ' men in garrifon at Oudenarde marched to Tour-nay, burnt the fubarbs, and returned back ii* fafety with their pillage. About Chriftmas the Ghent men went and ' received the rents of the lord d'Eftoiirnay in his own town, which made him very melancholy ; and he fwore to God, that if he would be pleafed to affift him, what* ever treaty or agreement fhould be made be-tween the country of Flanders and. thefe men, he would never pay any attention to it, but would continue the war againft them to the ut-moft of his power, for they had robbed him of his inheritance. He was ignorant how he fhould live, if his friebds in Brabant did not affift fiim, fo completely had they plundered him. "With fome difficulty, the lords who had held fo many conferences at Bolinges concluded a truce between the kings of France arid England and their allies. On the part of France was included all Spain, as well as Scotland. • The king of France bound himfelf to feiid notice of thil trtièe to the king and baroiis of Scotland as ijieeeiy aspofiVWe; and the bearers off this in-• "VOJL VI. . Z formation M7


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