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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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/ormation were to have paffporte for their, fafetjr, in going to and returning from Scotland through England; . • . On the part of the Englifh were included all their allies and adherents, wherefoever they might be. Ghent was exprefsly mentioned in all their deeds, to the great difpleafure of the earl of Flanders. This truce was to laft until the Michaelmas of the year 1384 :' and thefe cornmifRoners were to fea.that the articles were duly obferved, having full powers to enforce them _ Public acts were made of each different article for the better obfervance of them j and the lords prefent fworé they • fliould all be loy-' ally kept, and in no way infringed. _ • CHAP, LXV11. ' ' THE EAÉL OF FLANDERS DIES.—THE CEREMONY OF HIS FUNERAL. . . /~\N the conference breaking up* the French ^ lords returned to France, and the EngKfe lords to Calais. The duke of Brittany .went back to his duchy, and the earl of Flande$;io St. Orner. Shortly * after, he was tajken fo ill that he died. It was ordered that he fhQuWke buried ki the church of St^ Peter :'mtlM^ , The earl -departed this life on "the .20thjjEajjr . January, in the year 1383, and his, bc^Jf;^ - carried, to Lo^, an abbey near to JUllf^ body of the couçtefs his lady, who fyad five-year* beforo in the .county p£ &etM»,A$* 93$


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