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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
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mont, his brother, to France, to intercede with tfte king for a refpite and truce between him and tfte duke of Brabant. The .king made many difficulties, but at laft confented upon condition, that the duke ihould fubmit himfelf to whatever he and his council might judge proper for" him to do towards the king of France, and towards thofe lords, who had waged war againft him. He was alfo ordered to difmifs the lord Robert from his territories within a certain time, which hfe was forced to perform, though much againft his will*. CHAP. XXV. KING EDWARD TAKES THE CITY OF BERWICK, ^Y^OU have heard related all that pafTed between the Engliih and Scots, during the three years that the truce lafted :—and for one year more the two nations were at peace. This had not happened before for two hundred years, during which they had been conftantly at war with each other. . It fell out that king Edward was informed, that the young king David of Scotland, who had married hisfilter, kept poffeffion of Berwick, which of * For further particulars refpe&ing Robert d'Artois, hil crimes,'trial, &c. fee the 8th and ioth volumes of the Mé moires de l'Académie dèe Inscriptions, &c „ where there are three interefting memoirs concerning him by M. Lancelot^ rery different from this account of Froiffart, or rather of John le Bel. They are too long to be inferted as notes.


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