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Roger De Hoveden The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.
page 377

the king he should in the meantime have given her in marriage to some other person. They also made oath that, if the earl's daughter, or, which God forbid, the king's son, should chance to die before a marriage should have taken place between them, then the earl should repay to the king the whole of the money, or act according to the king's will and pleasure relative thereto, or pay it over to him to whom the king should assign the same ; and that they, the parties making the said oath, would, if the king should so wish, and at such time as he should so wish, surrender themselves as hostages in his realm and into his power until such time as the same should be paid. They likewise made oath that they would use their best endeavours to obtain the grant of Umbert the Younger, in order that thereby the king's son might have Rousillon and Pierrecastel, and whatever had been granted to him by the earl in the county of Le Belay. But if Umbert should happen to refuse to grant the same, then they made oath that the earl should give him lands in lawful exchange thereof, according to the arbitration of the abbat of Cluse, and of Reginald, arehdeacon of Salisbury, or of other lawful persons thereto appointed by the king, if they should not be able to be present. After this, the king of England, the father, and the king, the son, came together to Limoges ; and thither Raymond, earl of Saint Gilles, came, and there did homage to both the kings of England, and to Richard, earl of Poitou, for Toulouse, to hold the same of them by hereditary right, by the service of appearing before them at their summons, and staying with them and serving for forty days, without any cost on their part ; but if they should wish to have him longer in their service, then they were to pay his reasonable expenses. And further, the said earl of Saint Gilles wras to give them from Toulouse and its appurtenances one hundred marks of silver, or else ten chargers worth ten marks a-pieee. There also came to Limoges the earl of Maurienne, and desired to know how much of his own territory the king of England intended to grant to his eon John ; and on the king expressing an intention to give him the castle of Chinon, the castle of Lodun, and the castle of Mirabel, the king, his son, would in nowise agree thereto, nor allow it to be done. For he was already greatly offended that his father was unwilling to assign

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