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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 399

388 ANNALS OP EOGER DE HOVEDEN. A.D. 1174. will abide their trial for those offences of which, before the war, they have been guilty. Those, also, who were awaiting trial at the time when they withdrew to his son, are to return in peace, upon condition that their trials are to be in the same state as when they withdrew. Henry, the king, the son of our lord the king, has given security into the hands of his father that this agreement shall on his part be strictly observed. And, further, Henry, the king's son, and his brothers, have given security that they will never demand of our lord the king, contrary to the will and good pleasure of our lord the king, their father, anything whatever beyond the gifts above-written and agreed upon, and that they will withdraw neither themselves nor their services from their father. Also, Richard, and Geoffrey, his brother, have done homage to their father for those things whieh he has given and granted unto them ; and, whereas his son, Henry, was ready and willing to do homage to him, our lord the king was unwilling to receive the same of him, because he was a king ; but he has received security from him for the same." In the same year, a dissension arose between TJctred and Gilbert, the sons of Eergus, and chieftains of the men of Galloway, on which Malcolm, the son of Gilbert, took TJctred by treachery, and, after depriving him of his virility and putting out his eyes, caused him to be put to death. In this year, also, Richard, archbishop of Canterbury, consecrated, in England, at Canterbury, Richard, bishop of Winchester, Robert Eolliot, bishop of Hereford, Geoffrey Riddel, bishop of Ely, and John, bishop of Chichester. In the same year, nearly the whole of the city of Canterbury was burned to the ground, together with the metropolitan ehurch of the Holy Trinity. In this year, also, died William Turbe, bishop of Norwich. In the same year, peace and final reconciliation were established between Roger, archbishop of York, and Hugh, bishop of Durham, upon the following terms : " The chapel and burialground of Alverton shall remain in the hands of the prior of Hexham, on condition that the arehbishop shall not insist on any person being buried there, nor shall the bishop hinder it. The church of Hexham shall receive the chrism and oil from the bishop of Durham, according to its present usage : the prior of Hexham shall also attend the synod of Durham. The

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