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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 117



ttTttît BU BOÎS, AFTER THE CONCLUSION Ôf THE PEACE, RETIRES TO ENGLAND WITH THE LORD BOURCHIER, GOVERNOR OF GHENT. WHEN all thefe ordinances and treaties of peace had been engroffed and fealed, they were publifhed before the parties : the duke of iBurgundy had one part, and the deputies from Ghent the other. Francis Atremen and the de-putation with him moll humbly took leave of the duke and duchefs of Burgundy, and of the duchefs of Brabant, thanking them repeatedly, and offering their fervicès to them for ever. The 'good lady of Brabant returned their thanks, and kindly entreated them -firmly to maintain the peace, and induce others to do. the fame, and dèfired them never to rebel againft their lord and lady, ~ for theyiiad feeh with how much difficulty 'peace had how been brought about. They thanked her heartily, and the con-ference brokéup, and each ipetired to his hctaae. The diike mndpuchéfs of Burgundy went tb LiUe, where they ftaid fome time, and • the depu-tation returned to Gfcent, When Péter du Bois few peace fo ûvmly eftabKfhed that there was not a poflibility of any future difturbanfce or rebel-imi) he wstsgreatly mûûéwmz hé doubted whe-ther to regain in Gfceiit, et*$der!ng that ' now every 107


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