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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.1

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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.1
page 211



mediately as the king defired. The earl of Namur was therefore advifed to fend away the lord Robert, which he did much againft his inclinations. Lord Robert then went to his coufin, the duke of Brabant, who received him with great joy, and gave him every comfort. As ί oon as the king of France knew it, he fent to fay, that, if he fupported him, or fuffered liim to remain in his territories, he ihould not have a worfe enemy than himfelf, and that he would qpprefs him by every means in hie power. The duke, upon this, fent him very privately to Argentau, until he ihould know in what manner'the king would take it. The king, who had fpies every where, was foon informed of what had pafled in Brabant ; and was fo vexed, that heftimulated by money the king of Bohemia, who was coufin german to the duke, the biihop of Liege, the archbilhop of Cologne, the duke of Gueldres, the marquis Juliers, the earl of Bar, the lords of Los and Fauquemont, and many other lords, who where foon allied together againft the duke, whom they challenged, and entered his territories near Efbaing. They advanced as far as Hannut, and burnt the country at two different times, according to their pleafure. The king of France fent with them the earl of Eu, his «conftable, with a great company of men at arms. ^ The, earl William of Hainault then thought it time to interfere, and fent the countefs, his ladyv who wasfifter to king Philip, and the lord of Beau mont^


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