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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 363



He received them with great joy ; and, as a .mark of favour for having fo gallantly defended them* felves againft their enemies, fo that they made no conquefts from them, he granted them back their franchifes, which they had loft for fome time, This made them very happy ; for fir Godemar du Fay, and many other knights, ft rangers to tKem, had been made their governors; they, therefore* immediately eleâed provofts and jurats from among themfelves, according tq their ancient cuftoms. When the king had fettled, to his liking, part of his bufinefs, he fet out from Lille, and took the road towards his good city of Paris. The time approached for the meeting of the conference at Arras. Pope Clement VI. fent, as his legates, the cardinal of Naples, and the cardinal of Clermont, who came to Paris, where they were receiVed nioft honourably by the king of France, and then proceeded to Arras. , From the king of France, there came the earl of Alençon, the duke of Bourbon, the earl tf Flanders, the earl of Blois, the archbifliop of Sens, the biihop of Beauvais, and the biihop of Auxerre. On the part of the king of England, there were the biihop of Lincoln, the biihop of Durham, theearl of Warwick, the lord Robert d'Artois, the lord, John of Hainault, and the lord Henry of Flanders. At this conference, there were many fubje&s brought forward for difcuifion, and a great deal* of talk during the fifteen days which it lafted, but Rothing pofuively determined upon j for the Eng 2 liih


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