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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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whefc in Flanders, his willingnéfs to pirate hi§ enemies. The king was young, indeed, but of good courage; and if he fuffefed fuch inMtf #ifch* patience, foreign countries would hold the nobility of' France very cheap, as they, were the .king's advifers, and had fworn to guard his honour. . ' ,: • The lord de Coucy took great pains in the council, that no blame might fall on him; and ftiewed clearly- he perfonally felt the infqlt • He wà^ better acquainted with the character, of the Germans than many others, from his disputes with the duke of Auftria, and from different tranfactions in which he had been engaged with them. ' ' . # • , ' The king's minifters faw that the greater part of the nobles of the realm were for war. againft -Gueldres, and* in particular the duke of Bur- gundy* bn account of the warfare the duke was carrying on againft his aunt, the duChefe, and the country of Brabant. '• This duchy reverted to him after the deceafe of his aunt mà hot filler *, who. were both old ladies* . The duke of •' - • .... - • • Burgundy * In the 12th annotation of Denis Sauvage, he makes the " fallowing obfervations^ • ' Sister/ I (hould fuppofe this filter to be Jane, widow . of the late William count of Hainault, according to the 30th M)d I IT chapters of the firft volume, if the 257th of the farine volume, and the 207th of the fécond, did not incline me to believe, that this widow was the Jane of Brabant, mar-ried again to Winceflaus, laft duke of Brabant, who acquired/ % his union with her, that duchy. The countefs of • * - K 2 Mandera • . "131


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