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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.9

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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.9
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m CHAP. IX. A BI0WESS1ON ON THE QUAIEEL^E^WEEN ttiË HOUSES OF BRABANT AND GUELDRES.—THE LIFE OF COUNT REGINALD OF GUELDRES AND HIS SUCCESSORS, UNTIL THE REIGN OF CHARLES VI. OF FRANCE.—THE ^ DUKE OF GUELDRES, ^ BEING AN ALLY OF ENGLAND SENDS HIS CHALLENGE TO FRANCE.—THE • CAUSE OF THIS CHALLENGE. HPHERE had been, for fome time, a hatred between the houfes of Brabant: and Guel-dres: their countries border on each others but the origin of this hatred of the Brafewtters was m account of the town of Grave, which the dukes of Gueldres had taken poffeffion of, and kept by force. This the Brabanters complained of, as it is fituated on their fide of the rjverMeufe; and, though many conferences were held on the Subject, their hatred was not abated. Thofe of Gueldres complained, that the duke of Brabant had, in revenge, feized on three cailles on their fide of the Meufe, and at the entrance of their country, called Gambet, Buct and Mille. Thefe quarrels between the two dukes were frequently embittered ; but it was the «piaioà of many able knights and fquires in arms, that if the lord Edward of Gueldres (wha* was unfortu-tf - I • ; nately


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