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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
page 97



{hall have gained over thefe two trades, Whifcfc^ are numerous and powerful, the cither trades/ and hbneft people who tfrifli for peace will jo1rt: us/ 4 Very iMÏ/ faid Jarfies ; € 1 Will' fodtid my: people : do yod the fame by yours/ Each of theih performed his proriiiÇe ; arid' they difcoûrfed fo prùdëritly tfith their friends1 éti the fubject that, through the grace of the* Holy Spirit, Jafhéà d'Ardembourg fotfnd all his brother butcher* wéft iticliiïèd • to his #ày of thinking. Roger, on the other hàÀd; #ith: his1 éloquence, brdiight the mariners, Who frété aftfci/ êm to regain the pilotage they hid bèéh lb long* deprived of, ib the faite opinion. When thefe* fwo hoheft riièrt Were cônverfmg oh the biifiiîéfé/ and had ihéwri how defirdus they had found their people to obtàih péàée, they faid; c We #àW'a' proper peHbn to fépreferit our fitdèrtïon to tbe cluke of Burgutidy/ and inftantly thought of Ér Joli d'Ellè, eft #hom they determihfeti tcr call, as he was then m the town. i*his they did, and loyally told hihi their whole fecret, fàyihg, 1 Sir John, We have (b effectually worked on Our brethren of thé trade, they are all eager for fieice $ but oh condition that toy lord of Our-gundy will ehgage to pardon every one, and keep to lis our ancient privileges, for which #e can fliew fealed charters/ Sir John replied, f You fay well, arid t will cheerfully negotiate the matter between you/ The knight waited on the Duke of Burgundy! who at the time was in France with the king and related to him all hfe had heard. He demon ifcatet 87*


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