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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.12

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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.12
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the prince of Wales, III.' 24|.-^Hîs death, VIII. 127. Arras, a conference held there with the view of bringing about a peace between the kings of France and England, I. 250. Art meld, Jacob von, a citizen of Ghent, governs all Flanders, I. 116.—Sends ambafladors to Edward the Third, to invite him over, 126.—Joins the earl of Hainauh^ with a large army before Thin PEveque, 203.— Attempts to difinhcrit the earl of Flanders, and to give the country to the king of England, II. 96.—Murdered at Ghent, 101. Artaveld, Philip von, fon of the above, appointed • governor of Ghent, V. 322.—Leads the men of Ghent to attack the earl of Flanders at Bruges, VI. 89.—Defeats the earl, and takes Bruges, 98.—Returns to Ghent in great ftate, 114.—Befieges Oudenarde, 117.—.Writes to the king of France to • folicit his interference to make peace be-tween the country of Flanders and the earl* 133 .—His letters treated with contempt, 134.*—Imprifons a mefienger from the king of France, 147.—His anfwer to the fetters he had brought him, 148.—Takes t meafufes to guard thcpaffes of the country againft the army of the king of France, VI. 159.—After the defeat of Peter du Bois, colleds a force to oppofe the king of INDEX.


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