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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 frifii wiûtfmt rjsk, through the ftates of Juiiers pr Gueldres - . It b^ppmcd there were fome robberies eom-wlttf d on the highways by thefe Linfars, who had efçaped into the territory of the dpke of JuJier* 5 mâ it was told me, that the duke had even lent them horfes and the ttfe of his cailles. Heavy cpmpWnts were made of this to duke Winceflaus, who at that time was refident in Broflfels, and that the Languefricje was held in contempt; th.«t the perfons who had violated it were retimd into the duchy of Juliers, where they lived unmolefted. The duke of Brabant, at that time young and chivalrous, high in birth and rich in fortune, was greatly piqued at this conduct, and hurt by tiie complaints,of thofe who had been robbed; he declared he would fpeedily provide a remedy, and, being nominated chief of the Languefride, would not that any blame iiould fall on hkn for négligence in the due fupport of it. To be aflfured of the fact, and through the . advice of his friends, he fent to the duke of Jtdiers fome of the firft men "in his country, fuch as the lord d'Urquon, the lord Bourgueval, fir Scalar archdeacon of Hainault, Geoffry de la four grand routier of Brabant, and feveral njore, to remonftrate with him in an amicale Wanner OQ the impropriety of his conduct, and that proper excufes muft be made for the offence, as it affected too ftrongly the duke of Brabant as chief of the Languefride. The duke of Juliers paid but little attention 4o their remonstrances, for he foemed rather to VOL. IX. - f ' prefer


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