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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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The lords of Germany, in obedience to the fummons, came to Mechlin, where, after many debates, they agreed, that the king ihould. be enabled to march in a foitnight, when they would be quite ready ; and, that their caufe might have a better appearance, they determined to fend challenges to king Philip. At the head of this defiance was the king of England, the duke of Gueldres, the marquis of Juliers, fir Robert d'Artois,fir John of Hainault, the mar* quis of Nuys, the marquis of Blackenburg, rthe lord of Fauqueipont, fir Arnold de Bacqueghen, the archbifhop of Cologne, his brother,fir Waleran, and all the lords of the empire, who were united as chiefs with the king of England. Thefe challenges were written and fealed by all, except the duke John of Brabant, who faid he would do his part in proper time and place. They wefe given in charge to the biihop of Lincoln, who carried them to Paris, and performed his melTage fo juftly and well, that he was blamed by no one. He had a paffport granted him to return to his lord, who, as faid before, was at Mechlin* CHAP. XXXV. SIR WALTER MANNY, AFTER THE CHALLENGES HAD BEEN SENT, MAK.ES THE FIRST INCURSION INTO FRANCE. gI R ^WTalter Manpy, a week after thefe challenges had been fent, and ν hen he imagined the king of France had received them, colle&ed about forty laçces, on whom he kiiew he could depend, and rodç


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