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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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Thcking of France entered Luxembourg, and was lodged far-two days at the monaftery where duke Wiaeeflaais of Brabant had been buried. At his departure, he took the road toBaftogne*, and encamped at the difiance of a league from where the duchefs of Brabant was lodged. The duchefi* had notified to the duke of Burgundy her arrival at Baftogne, who waited on her, and conducted her tp the .king's tent. The king received her very kindly; and, after they had converfed foœe time tqgether, fhe returned to Baftogne, efeortçd by fir John de Vienne and fir Guy de la Tri-mouille. On the morrow, the king continual his march until he arrived on the borders of Germany ready to enter Juliers. But, before he had advanced fo far, Arnold bifhop of Liege had waited on him, and had exerted himfelf much to exculpate the duke of Juliers, and to foften the anger the king of France bore him, as father to the duke rf Gueldres, and had faid to the Icing and his uncles, that with regard to the im-prudent and outrageous challenge the duke of Gueldres had fent to France, he had never con* fulted his father on the fubject, nor informed him of it until it was done, and therefore Ms territories ought not to fuffer for it. Thefe excufes, however, were not agreeable to the king nor to his uncles; and it was their in* * Baftogne, or Baftognack, is a fmall town In the duchy of fcu^mbourg : it was forneriy pone coo&krable, and caBcd the Paris of tie Ardennes. tention* ' , 28? ,


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