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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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alarm me. The fain, wind, md cold weather will make war for me ; and, before the month of. January be arrived, they will be fo tired and worn down, tfiàt the boldeft among them will wifli to be at home.' Neither the duke of Juliers nor the archbi-fhop çf Cologne could, at this firft interview, prevail on the duke of Gueldres to change his refolution, though they were fix days labouring at it, and daily in council. At length the duke of Juliers, finding his arguments of no avail, was fo angry, as to fay to him, f that if he did not pay more attention to his advice, he would dif-pleafe him greatly, infomuch that he fhould never inherit one foot of his duchy of Juliers, which he would dïîpofe of to another, who fhoùld be powerful enough to defend it againft him \ adding, € that none but a fool refufed counfel/ The duke of Gueldres, feeing his father in-flamed with paflion, replied, by way of foften-ing matters,—c Advife me then how with ho-nour I may act ; and fince you defire it, from my love to you, I will pay attentiQn to it ; for I affurediy owe you all obedience, and shall never in that be wanting/—* Now/ laid the duke of Juliers, € you fpeàk well and to the pur-pofe, and we will confider the matter/ • It was then determined, after many and long cohftdtations, that the duke of Gueldres should, wait on the king of France, and pay him the honour and refpect ' befitting fo great a prince, and shpuld exteufe himfelf for having fent him. fuch a challenge, in fii&ilar words to thefe,~ " "My ,300


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