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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.8

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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.8
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- By for there isno dépendance ôn the populace. Have you never heard how they murdered Jacob von. Artaveid, who h&d done them much fervice, and given them fuch good advice, and had on alt occafions affiled them ? and yet, from thefpeeches* of a linen*weaver they flew him, without any of the principal inhabitants interfering in his .behaiL On the contrary, they diflembled, and in -their hearts were rejoiced at his death* • Now, Francis, juft foit will happen to you, and to me, if I flay; but that I will not, fo I bid you adieu/ ' * It will not fo happen,' replied Francis, c for my lord of Burgundy has pardoned all, and offers me, if I choofe to refide with him, to be equerry of his fiables with four horfes at my command, and fhews me, as well as the lord Guy de la Tre-mguiile and the other knights of his houfehold, every mark of affe&ion/ 'In God's name,' faid Peter, 11 do not fpeak of my lord of Burgundy, nor of his knights, for they are well inclined to keep peace, but of the ghent men. There are fbme to whom you have pot always behaved well : have you forgotten the lord de Harcelles, whom you caufed to be aflaf-finated, and fuch and fuch others. Know, that the revenge of their relations will fall on you within a ihort time, if you remain: take my advice : rather than live here, accept the duke's offer/ 61 will. confider of this/ anfwered Francis ; * but I am determined not to go to England/ Thus the converfation ended. Francis Atremeit flaid


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