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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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and the count dé St.4?aul and his {oh were aiftbilg tlte dead. Fortune was tihkittd to'lie dtike'ftf Brtlbitat ahd his allied';'for thiii battle Was 1b fevetej fe* iheta of hoftoiif e&é£ed tfeath ' br'fcèptitity.' "• ! ' \ s) *r' ' \ the dut* :f ferâMht,! fir Rbfcéfrt de Jïaiûû^ ir Lewis, htebrothfeiYflt WHHfcrii de Nàmtir, ibh to thefconrft de.Nlttïur, weremadé^tf fotièrë • and fuch numbers of others, that their enemies were 'filly occupied when they fuftehdei^éd'tbthêm. There were many flainxn* the €de of the duke tit Juliers: but you know it ;is a gêrietëtl oftfefta-tiotf# ft defeated army alWays ftiffei* the rtitfft. The:Brabdiitèr9, ifotftHfeti hud' 'one fatîsfacfièii in their great lofe, in fhedeAt* bf t!uke Edw&M of • Gfceldtes ; for it Was' *the ^iriioh 'of all, that lad- • he furvivfed, ' he • #bttM haS4 overrun the * country; and conquered the whole, âs wbï! Brufltels, without xWeetrAg any ! opprofitioh ;, for he was a moft outrageOufly bold ktttght, ahd de-tected the Brabantéré, an account éf the three cailles they held from hifoi.. • The duké of Jtihërs gained this victory on a Friday of Aéguft, theévé of St. Bartholomew's éay, in the year of our*Lofd; 1$7I. ; _ - •Thfttiudte& -of Bfttfcfcnt, in her dÉrefs,'had tee«Mlrfè to'kihg Charles V. of France, who Was nephew to the duke. The'krrig advifcd he* to apply in perfoti to* the WHperof of Ger-man^, -ft&heing brother to the dtife of1 Brabant, and becaufe he had fufferednm the fupport of the emperor's right!';^he lady 'did fo, and weflt H tôfitaiéè/Whek He fotmd the empe': ror, to whom flie lifcaéé her complaints.* The emperor 69


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