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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
page 143



. ' m llurgnndy'wmifd very gtadly have feu» the duk* ' tf Queldres, who wa* chivalrous enough, ©heck* 4d by fair of fbul means. It was neceffary, however, the kingdom (houle be unanimous in thi* difpofition ; for it was $ gmafc dift&nce the king of France Would have to march into Germany to make conquefts and put lords under his: obedience;-and hé muft darty with him the whole force of the kingdom j for, as the Germans were fo avaricious, it wis mù&ttmn if they would not all unite in the fup* fort of? the duke of Gueldnet. la addition, the? duke at Burgundy and thé other noble* w*rv award of th£ confluences the conduct of ttar duke of Brittany might lead to; for he fh6we£» hi* presence of walr to peace with France; mid the lords of the council knew he watflayings provifioa of {bore* and artillery in ail hi* ftrong-towns and caille» for their defence, in cafe 06 being, beaded; Betides this* he wasconftantly fending'over tetters and meiîengers- tv Englandy toffee king mê his council, in the mtâ aâfeo** donate terms, o&riiig henceforth îknûmmgê& ftieao flip, fo that the Englifh might continue the war with, the mol flattering, hopes of fuc* cefs. The council were unwilling, to decide on any Wander*, who was fifter to thli â«chef% dicd-fifl; je***f before her hfciband, count Lewi* of Flanders, wfeo de eeafe# in the month of January* 1384 ; ft that I fiifjpet the reading fhouldbe, after the- deceafe of his aunt* wh»#a* Mm mtj Aiy for 1 cannot fay who-thai wafc* bold


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