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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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tween him and fir John GrofTet, for ayery tri-fling caufe, that the knight was Ihortly after murdered in the plains, either by fir Reginald, or by his people, or through an ambufcade, to the great vexation of the duchefs of Brabant and that country. The three caftles were put under another governor by order of the duchefs and her council. * Affairs remained fome years in this ftate ; but their mutual hatred was privately kept up,' as well for thefe caftles as for the town of Grave. Thofe of Gueldres that bordered on Brabant did as much mifchief as they could to their neighbours, more particularly thé inhabitants of Grave/ which is but four leagues diftant from Bois le Duc, and a fine open country to ride over : they therefore harrafled greatly the Brabanters near that part. - During the time thefe things were paffing, the duke of Gueldres croffed the fea to England, to vifit his coufin king Richard, and his other re-latives the dukes of Lancafter, York and Glo-cefter, who were then at home, and the great barons of England. They made him good cheer, for they were defirous. to fee and make ac-quaintance with him, having before heard how much the duke was attached to England. ' In this journey, he entered into alliance with the king of England; and, .although he had not hitherto received any thing from the king to in-duce him to become his liege man, he now ac-cepted a penfion of one thoufand marcs on the king of England's treafury, which, according to 78


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