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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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emperor heard her with attention, ,and was bound by feveral reafons, to grant her : relief and comfort ;• firft, becaufe the . duke • was, his brother, and becaufe he had appointed him his vicar of the empire, and chief of the Langue-fride. He confoled the.duchefs, and told her,' that before the enfuing fummer were pafled} he would provide an ample remedy for wtuit had happened. • The.duchefs returned to Brabant greatly com-forted. The emperor,. lord Charles of Bohe-. mia, was not inactive 5 for, as foon as the win-ter was pafled, he went to thç noble^ city of Cologne, where he, made fuch vaft provifion of ilores, as if he were about to march to the con-queft of a kingdom. He wrote to all counts and dukes who" held.lands under him, to meet him the third day of June, at Aix la Chapelle, each accompanied by fifty horfe,, npdpr# pain of forfeiture of his lands for difobedience, .He par-» ticularly fummoned duke Albert, earl pf ? Hain--ault, to Aix with fifty horfe, who obeyed. . When all the lords who had been fummoned were arrived at Aix la Chapelle, the place was much crowded, and. the emperor then declared he would inftantly enter the duchy of Juliers to deftroy it, or account of the great outrage that had been offered him, by the duke of Juliers taking up arms againft his viçar and brother ; for fuch had been the fentençe adjudged in the courts of the enjpire, • , , • 1 , . The archbifhop of Treves^ the archbiijio]* of Cologne, tfcp bifhop of,Mentz, the bifltop of 'JLiege, duke Albert of Bavaria, the duke of Auk • * . • tria, 70


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