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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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tria, his brother, and many great barons of Ger* many, relations of the duke* of Juliers, having confulted together, thought that to deftroy the whole of the territories of fo valiant a knight was a puniftfment too fevere. They therefore prôpofed that the duke of Juliers fhould be fum-moned, aad brought to acknowledge his error This being agreed to, all parties laboured to bring about a reconciliation-. ' J* ' ' • t)àke Albert and his brother Went to Jtttierst where they7found the duke fo much difmayed at this large armament • of the emperor, that he knew not how to act, nor what council to fol tow, for he had heard it was intended againft him,, unlefs his friends exerted themfelves to avertit. The duke of Juliers was much rejoiced ' and comforted, by the arrival of two fuch lords as duke Albert of Bavaria and the duke of Aqftria, his brother, befide being his relations ; for he knew they would not allow him to fuffer any difgrace, but would give him the beft advice for his conduct. They counfelled him as follows: to fend fome of his principal knights for his coufin the duke of Brabant, whom he had detained a prifoner at large in the town and caftle of Jude-V que*. When he was brought to them, thefe lords paid* him every refpect that was his due, They then *all left Juliers together, and rode to Aix, where they difmeunted at the hôtels which had been prepared for them. v • Duke Albert, his brother, and the before-men-tioned prelates, who had been mediators in this •buftnef% went- to the emperor and his council, • Judequé. Q. if not Guliçk, Juliers. * and - 71'


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