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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 next day king Philip gave permiffionfor all to depart, dukes, barons, knights, &c. moil courteoufly thanking the leaders for having come fo well equipped to ferve and affift him. Thus ended this great expedition, and every man returned to his own houfe. . The king of France went to St. Omer, and gave there his principal orders for public affairs. He difpatched a great number of men at arms into his garrifons, efpecially to Tournay, Lifie, and Douay, and to all the towns bordering on the Empire. He fentfir Gpdemar du Fay to Tóurnay, and made him governor-general and regent of all the country there* about, and fir Edward de Beaujeu to Mortaigne ; and when he had ordered the reft of his bufinefs to his liking, he drew towards Paris* CHAP. XLIL KING EDWARD ASSUMES THE .ARMS AND TITLE OF KING OF FRANCE. "y^HE N king Edward had departed from la Flamengrie, and arrived in Brabant, he fet outftraight for Bruffels ; whither he was attended by the duke of Gueldres, the duke of JuKers, the marquis of Blankenburg, the earl of Mons, the lord John of Hainault, the lord of Faquemont, and all the barons of the Empire, who were allied to him, as they wiflied to confider what was next to be done in this war which they had begun. For greater expedition, they ordered a conference to be holden in the


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