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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 410



A.D. 1175. SUBMISSION OF THE KING OF SCOTLAND. to king Henry, his son, saving always his fealty to our lord the king, his father. "All the bishops, abbats, and clergy of the king's territory of Scotland, as also their successors, shall do fealty to our lord the king as their liege lord, according to his pleasure, and to his son, king Henry, and their heirs, in such manner as his other bishops are wont to do unto him. " Also, the king of Scotland, and David, his brother, and the barons and the rest of his subjects, have agreed that the Church of Scotland shall from henceforth pay such obedience to the Church of England as it ought in duty to pay, and was wont to pay in the times of the kings of England, his predecessors. " In like manner Richard, bishop of Saint Andrews, Richard, bishop of Dunkeld, Geoffrey, abbat of Dunfermline, and Herbert, prior of Coldingham, have agreed that the Church of England shall again have that authority over the Church of Scotland which of right it ought to have, and that they will not oppose the rights of the Church of England. And they have given security as to this agreement, in that they have as lieges done fealty to our lord the king and to his son Henry. " The same shall be done by the rest of the bishops and the clergy of Scotland, according to the covenants made between our lord the king and the king of Scotland, and his brother David and his barons. The earls also, and barons and other subjects of the kingdom of the king of Scotland, from whom our lord the king shall wish to receive the same, shall do homage to him against all men and fealty as their liege lord, in such manner as his other subjects are wont to do, as also to his son king Henry and his heirs, saving always their fealty to our lord the king, his father. Hi like manner the heirs of the king of Scotland and of his barons and of his subjects shall do homage and allegiance to the heirs of our lord the king against all men. " Further, from henceforth the king of Scotland and his subjects shall harbour no fugitive from the territories of our lord the king by reason of felony, either in Scotland or in any other of his territories, unless he shall be willing forthwith to take his trial in the court of our lord the king and to abide by the judgment of the court. But the king of Scotland and his men shall arrest him with all possible speed, and shall deliver him up to our lord the king, or to his justiciaries or bailiffs in England.


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