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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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a d«ad man : you put to death my father, and I will do the like to you.* As Francis turned round, the Jaftard, who was. a ftout fellow, ftruck him fo violent a blow on the head, that it fpEt his ikuli to the neck and, felled him dead. The baftard walked quietly away, for none purfued him, and no more was faid. Francis Atremen came by his death for nop following the advice of Peter du Bois. When news of this reached England, and came to the knowledge of Peter du Bois, he but flightly pitied him, faying,—c Before I left Ghent, I truly fold him what would happen ; but he would not mind what I faid, and has fùffered fpr it,. See if any one will meddle in the matter : certainly none pf thofe who, during the war, feemed fuch*warm friends to him, and honoured him fo.much. Jf, was for fear of fuch events that I followed the advice of lord Bourchiçr, and" came with him JEngland,* . • ' . CHAP. VUL' , ffiE FRENCH PUT THEMSELVES TO USELESfif EX-PENSE ON THEIR MARINE.—THE ENGLISH MAKE • JUDICIOUS PREPARATIONS TO OPPOSE THEM. ^/"E will return to the preparations • going for-ward at Damme and Sluys, which were fo formidable, th^t the Hkç w^s never remembered in 40


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