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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 119



loi in the promifes of my lord and lady ôf Buf* gundy, that I fhall certainly ftay here.' Peter du Bois made a fupplication to the (heriffs, deacons, council and governors of Ghent, faying, f My fair gentlemen, I have ferved the good town of Ghent to the vejy utmost of my power : many times have I hazarded my life for it : and for all thefe fervices the only reward I afk is, that you would have me efcorted in fafety with the lord Bourchier, whom you have ordered to England/ Thofe prefent unanimously com-plied with his wifh j and I muft ftay, that Roger Cremin and James d*Ardembourg, by whom, the peace had been made, were more glad than forry at his departure ; as were likewife the principal perfons in Ghent, who wifhed peace and love to all. Peter du Bois made his preparations, and left Ghent in company with lord Bourchier and the Englifh, carrying with him his whole fortune ; for, in truth, he was well provided with gold, liver and jewels. Sir John d'Elle efcorted them, under a paffport from the duke of Bur-gundy, as far as the town of Calais,. and then,, returned to Ghent. The lord Bourchier and Peter du Bois made Ms much hafte as poffible to England, where he was prefented to the king and his uncles,. to whom he related every thing which had hap-pened in the affairs of Ghent, and the means by which peace had been concluded with the duke of Burgundy* The king, the duke of Lancaffr


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