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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 106



tweem the duke of Burgundy and .the town of Ghent, they elected those who were to attend the conference at Tournay. Francis ' Atremen was chosen as principal, because he was well mannered, of good dispositions, and acquaint-ed with the lords he was to treat with : Roger Cremin and James d' Ardembourg were eleeted: with him. They arrived at Tournay during the octave " of St, Andrew, escorted by fifty horse, and lodged altogether at the Salmon Inn, in the street of St. Brice, The duke and duchess of Burgundy, with madame de Nevers, their daughter, came thither on the fifth day of December, and entered Tour-nay by the gate of Lille. The Ghent men in-stantly rode out to meet them, on handsome horses : they did not dismount, but, bare-head-' ed, saluted the duke and the ladies. The duke passed hastily through the town, to meet the duchess of Brabant, who came that same day, and entered it by the Mechlin gate r she was lodged at the bishop's palace. The con-ferences now began, relative to the treaty which* the duke had granted to Ghent. Sir John d'Elle attended them, as he had, with much difficul-ty, brought this business to an end between the two parties. ' At last, at the entreaties of the duchess of Bur^ndy and madame de Ne vers, the duke pardoned every thing ; and peace was proclaimed, after it had • been .drawn out and sealed by both parties, in manner following. CHAP.


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