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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.7

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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.7
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derabourg, andJ will teÛ yon how- it happened; Thaïe two were much difple&fed at tie -conti-nued trçubles in Flanders, iufomuch that they converfed together on the fubject, when Roge* laid .to » James, ' Whoever could interfere be* ' tween this our native town of Ghent, which is fo jnuch oppreffed, and the duke of Burgundy our natural lord would do a deed of great charity-and acquire by it grace from God and praife from - men i for the differences and confufion which are fo unbecoming would by thia means he put an end to/ f You fpeak truly, Roger,' replied James ; € j)ut j| w£jj ^ a diflicuit and dangerous thing to do,, on account of Peter du Bois : no one dares talk of peace from fear of him, for if he knew of it, thofe who had meddled in the bufinefs would inftantly be put to death/ ( What f faid Roger, *• fhajl things then remain always ai they are f There muft be an end to it/ € Tell me how/ anfwered James, c and I will cheerfully liften to you/ Roger replied, ' You are the principal butcher i$ the market, the richeft and pioft re^ fpected ; yon can talk fecretly and boldly with your moft confidential friends and brethren in trade ; and when you (hall find they underftand you, by degrees you can draw them paore for* ward. I, on thé other hand, who a mariner, and wejl beloved by all fuch fort of people, whqfe courage I know, and who hate the war, h $m they have loft much by it, will remonftratfc ^wittj fome c|f them on the fubject, and they will induce others to incline the feme way ; when we fiai 8§


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