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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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of the crowd, and went to hide himfelf for fear of being killed. Roger Cremin and James df Ardembourg find~ ing, from appearances, that almoft all the inha-bitants had put themfelves under their banner,. * were much rejoiced, and with reafon, for they then- well knew things were in a good train, and that the people would keep peace with their lord. They advanced, with a large detachment of their men, leaving the main body behind, with the banner of Flanders carried before them, towards the lord Bourchier and the Englifh, who did not think their lives very fecure. Roger halted oppofite to lord Bourchier, and faid, « What have you done with Peter du Bois? We will to know your intentions, and whether fm are friends or enemies ?' The knight replied, that he imagined Peter du Bois was there ; but, when he found he was gone, faid—c I know not what is become of him: 1 thought he had been with me ; for my part I (hall be Heady to the king of England, who w my right natural lord, and who has fent me hither at your own entreaties, if you will be pleafed to remember it.' € That is true,* they au-fwered;,f for if the good town of Ghent had not fent for you, we would liave put you to death; but in honour to the king of England, who hat ordered you hither at our requeft, neither you nor your men (hall run the fmalleft rifle. . \fte will fave you from alt danger, and conduct yput Ar feave you conducted, as far as the town of Calait 9^


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