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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 329



ahd his uftcle/the duke of Guèldres, the earl of Jn. liers, the marquis of Blankenberg, the marquis of Nuys, the fari of Mons, the lord Robert d'Anois, the lord of FaUquemont, the lord William de Dunort, the earl of Namur, Jacob von Artftveld, and many other lords. Three or four men were fent by e^ch of the principal towns in Flanders, Hainault, and Brabant, by way of council from them* The three countries of Flanders, Brabant, and Hainault, there entered into a treaty, that thenceforward they would fuccour and affili each other in every poffible cafe; they then formed an alliance, with covenants, that if either of the three were .at* , tacked by any one whatever, the other two îhould immediately come to his affiftance; and if at any future period two of them îhould quarrel, then the third îhould fetttle the matters of difference between them; and if he îhould not be in fufficient force ίο to do, that then it îhould be laid before the king of England, in whofe hands thefe covenants had been declared, and fworn to be duly maintained, as the s power that îhould at laft makepeace between them. Many ftatutes were then fworn and agreed to, trtiich afterward turned out ill. But for a further confirmation of their love and friendlhip, they ordered coins to be ftruck, that îhould be current in thefe three countries, which were ftyled companions, or allies. It was there alfo determined, that the king of England îhould put himfelf in motion about Magdalen tide, and lay fiege to the city of Tournay and all the lords prefent promifed to be there, as well as ihe forces from the principal towns : they then fet off for


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