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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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• ceffary, each according to his power, to • aftit him in his intended expedition againft Friefland ; and that, out of. affe&ion to him, and regard to their own honour and renown, they would ac-company him to his town of Enchuyfen, in lower Friefland, and to Meemelic*, and thence embark with him for upper Friefland, where he propofed being, if it pleafed God, by the middle of Auguft enfuing, and that he would wait for them in one or other of the two before-mentioned towns; that it was his intention to go thither be-forehand to make the neceflary preparations, and to receive -his men at arms, and fuch Hollanders and Zealanders as would be induced to enter his fervice, and aid him to the accomplifliment of his purpofes.1 All the knights, fquires and lords in Hainault in-ftandy complied with his requcft, and promifed him their fervices like loyal vaflals. Duke Al-bert and the' count d'Oftrevant found them punc-tual in the performance of their promifes, and they made themfelves fpeedily ready, fo that about the beginning of Auguft of the year 1396, they aflfembled, and marched off in companies, hand-fomely arrayed, towards Antwerp, where they were to embark for Enchuyfen, the general ren-dezvous. You may fuppofe, that when all thefe prepara-tions were making for the departure of fo many • Mcciaclïc.—BritUh Mufeum MS. Mctcnclich. Hafod MS* Metmelic Q^if not Mcdendric, which ii not fer from En. chtiyfeiu knights. 868


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