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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.11

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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.11
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CMAP. XXXVII.. THE .DUKE OF GUELDRES PREVENTS THE EAfti; 6f DERBY JOINING THR COUNTS OF H ARNAULT . AND OF OSTREVANT IN THEIR EXPEDITION AGAINST FRIES&AKD NEGOTIATIONS, FOR * PEACE BETWEEN FRANCE AND BNCfcAND ARB * CONTINUED UNTIL KING, RICHARD CROSSES OVER TO CALAIS, TO C0NÇLUDE THEM W*T»' THE DURE OF BURGUNDY. "VOU have before heard in this hiftory. that * the marriage of* the king of England with. a. princefs of* France was nearly approaching; that the two kings fhewed great affeftion to each other, as did the, relatives on either fide; excepting the duke of GIocefteT. Eut he had no joy in it; fer he knew that, by this connection, peace would be eftablifhed between the two kingdoms, which hé would unwillingly fee, for he only wifhed for war, and excited all whom he thought fo inclined^ to throw every obftacle in the way. At that rime, there was a knight in his fervice called fir John Bâquigay*, a referved man* who knew all the fecrets of the duke, and who, by encouraging hi$ warlike difpofitions, followed the natural bent of his own inclinations. ' • Baquigay,—Mufuem MS, Hacquingay.—Hafod MS. Laquingay. ES*


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