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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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of three thotifiuid workmen who laboured at no-thing elfe, from Vierton to Neufchâtel in the Ardennes. The duchefe of Brabant was exceedingly pleafed when (he heard for certain that the king of France was on his march through the Ar-dennes, and concluded (he ihould now have her revenge on the duke of Gueldres, and that the king of France would make both him and his fa-ther, the duke of Juliers, repent of their. con-duct, which bad given her many mortifications. She fet out in handfome array from BrufTels, ac-companied by the lord de Samines, in the Ar-dennes, the lord de Bocelars, the lord de Broque-hort, and feveral others, for Luxembourg, to re-ceive the king, and have fome converfation with him. She crofled the Meufe by the bridge at Huy*, and went to Baftoigne, where fhe halted ; for the king was to pafs there, or very near it, which he did. When he fet out from Grand Pré, he croffed the Meufe at Morfayf, with his whole army ; but his marches were very fhort, for the reafons I have before given. News was brought to the dukes of Juliers and Gueldres, for fuch intelligence is fbon fpread abroad, that the king of France was on his inarch to vifit them, with an army of one hun- * Huy, a town in the biftioprick of Liege, capital of the Condrotz, on the confluence of the finall river Huy and tbt Meufe. . • t Morfay. Q. Mouzon. dred lie


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