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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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ffie Flemings, aâd the Brabanters, and fummonecK his council at Mons, to whom he declared his in dentions^ He nominated and appointed his uncle,, during his abfence, fir John of Hainauk, governor of the three countries of Hainautt, Holland, and Zealand, and fet out with a fmall company for -Dordrecht, where he embarked, and failed over to England. -We fhall ncrv* leave the earl^ and relate what "happened to his country during bis ahfence. Sir John of Hainault, as you have heard, remained mafter and governor of the three provinces, by order of the earl, and he was obeyed as if he had been their true lord. He took up his quarters ifc x Mons, which he provifioned andftrengthened, as well as all the forts in its neighbourhood, efpecially thofe on the frontiers of France, with à fufficierife number of men at arms. He fent four knights, the lord4 of Antomgj, th# lord of Waartang, the lord of Gommegines,, and: fir Henry Hufphalize, to Valenciennes* as coUnfel lors and advifers to the citizens and inhabitants*. Τα, Maubeuge^ he fent the fenefchal of Hainault, fir Gerard de Werthin, with a hundred* good lances, and men at arms. To Quefnoy, the marfhal of Hainault, for Thiery de Walcour* ; and tô Landretfy the lord of Potrelles. He placed in Bouchain three ' German knights,, who were brothers, of the naine, of Conrad. Sir Gerard de Saffegnes was fent* fc- Efcaudavore,. and the lord, òf Fauqueiiibnt to Avefnes: all the other fortreffës bordering upouu France were -properlyftrengthened.. He begged andL 7 eiftrfeatedt


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