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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 393

382 ANNALS OF ROGER DE HOVEDEN. A.D. 1174. forsakes the pursuit of the wicked !" 2 8 Together with him, there were taken prisoners Richard Cumin, William de Mortimer, William de l'lsle, Henry Revel, Ralph de Ver, Jordan le Fleming, Waltheof Fitz-Baldwin de Biere, Richard Maluvcl, and many others, who voluntarily allowed themselves to be made prisoners, lest they might appear to have sanctioned the capture of their lord. On the same day, Hugh, count de Bar sur Seine, nephew of Hugh, bishop of Durham, effected a landing, at Herterpol29 with forty knights and five hundred Flemings, for whom the beforenamed bishop had sent ; but in consequence of the capture of the king of Scotland, the bishop immediately allowed the said Flemings to return home, having first given them aBowance and pay for forty days. Count Hugh, however, together with the knights who had come with him, he made to stay, and gave the castle of Alverton3 0 into their safe keeping. These things having taken place, Uctred, the son of Fergus, and Gilbert his brother, the leaders of the men of GaBoway, immediately upon the capture of their lord the king of the Scots, returned to their country, expefled the king's thanes from their territories, and slew without mercy those of Engfish or French origin whom they found therein. The fortresses and castles which the king of the Scots had fortified in their territories they laid siege to, and, capturing them, leveBed them with the ground. They also earnestly entreated the king of England, the father, at the same time presenting him many gifts, to rescue them from the rule of the king of Scotland, and render them subject to his own sway. In the meantime, Louis, king of the Franks, hearing that the king of England, the father, had crossed over, and that the king of Scots was taken prisoner, with whose misfortunes he greatly condoled, recaBed the king of England the son, and PhBip, earl of Flanders, who were still staying at Gravelines ; and after they had returned to him, laid siege to Rouen on aB sides, except that on which the river Seine flows. The king, the father, on hearing of the capture of the king of the Scots, rejoiced with exceeding great joy, and after a thanksgiving to Almighty God and the blessed martyr Thomas, set out 5 8 " Raro antecedentem scelestura deserit pœna pede claudo." "J Hartlepool. 5 U North Allerton.

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