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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 304



. CHAP. XLY. .THE DUKE OF JULIERS AND ARCHBISHOP OF CO-LOGNE LEAVE THE KING OF FRANCE, AND GO TO TH.E DUKE OF GUELDRES AT NIMEGUEN. —BY THEIR REMONSTRANCES AND NEGOTIA-. TIONS, HE OBTAINS PEACE WITH THE KING OF FRANCE AND DUCHESS OF BRABANT. ^Y^OU have before heard how the duke of Ju-* Mers made his peace with the king of France, through the mediation of the two pre-dates already mentioned and the duke of Lor-raine his coufin, who had taken great pains in tthe bufinefs, and gone to feek him in the town of Atdeke*, whence he had brought him, with the archbilhop of Cologne, to a conference with the king of France and his uncles. The duke had then promifed to oblige his fon, the duke of Gueldres, to fubmit himfelf to the king, other-wife he was to unite with the king in his war againft fiim. Thefe terms he was forced to comply with, or his duchy would have been de-ftroyed. The duke of Juliers, having made his prepa-rations, fet out with the archbifliop of Cologne for Gueldres, and, having crofted the river Waal, arrived at Nimeguen, where the duke of Guel-dres then refided. He received them moft af-• ffectionately, as was but right, for what tie if nearer thàn,that of father or mother. He had • Atdeke. Q. before . \ 297 -


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