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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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tention, that unlefs the duke of Juliers came in perfon, and made a more fatisfactory apology§ putting himfelf totally in the king's mercy, he and his country fhould be the firft to pay for if. The bifhop of Liege, the barons of Hasbain*, and the magiftrates from the principal towns, who had accompanied the bifhop, now offered the king and his uncles a free entrance for their army into their country, to pafs and repafs, and refrefh themfelves with provifion on paying for it, and to remain there, if they fo pleafed. The king and his uncles thanked them for their offer, which they did - not refufe, as they were ignorant how affairs would turn out. The bifhop returned to the duke of Juliers and arch-bifhop of Cologne, and told them ' all that had paffed, that they might confider of it. • The duke of Juliers was very much alarmed left his country fhould be ruined, and fent for all thofe knights that were dependant on him, to have their advice, for the French were daily approaching.—The lord de Coucy commanded the vanguard, of one thoufand fpears; and with him were the duke of Lorraine and the vifcount de Meaux, with about two hundred lances more. When the French were near the borders of Ger-many, they marched in a more compact body, and took great precautions in their encampments; for * Haebain, a final territory in the circle of Weftphaiia ; it forms the principal part of the bimoprick of liege. a body 288


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