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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 359



the lady-duchefe remained s considerable time in Artois. CHAP. LXV11L THE EARLS OF NORTHUMBERLAND AND NOT* TINGHAM RAISE A BODY OF ENGLISH TO MAKE AN EXCURSION INTO SCOTLAND.—AM BASS A-' DORS ARE SENT FROM FRANCE TO SCOTLAND, TO NOTIFY THE TRUCES WHICH HAD BEEN MADE BETWEEN FRANGE AND ENGLAND. YOU hare before heard • how the lords of France who hadattended the conferencesln Bolinge had engaged on their departure to no* tify the truces that had been made between them and the Englifh, to the Scots and to the king of Scotland, fo that any mifunderftanding: fcould be prevented between the two countries. The council of France, however, to fay the truth, did not ufe all the: diligence they fliould have done; for they were to have fent inftanfc information of this truce, which they did! not do. I know not how this happened, except it vrrae owing to the duke-of Burgundy being ffc much engaged by the death of h» father4n4aw the earl of. Flanders, and taken up with th* bu-* sinefs of his obfequies, as you haw- hea*d re-lated. He likewife did not imagine the^ EnglHb would have acted m thsy. did 5- fdiy fton* after Eafter* the eada of • NoritooriieitaMii and* • Net-* tfaoghMs, and the bopm of NorthamtteHdn^, eolcctçd m-body- of about two ibotti&d lance* and 345 '


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