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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 411



400 ANNALS OF ItOGEIt BE HOVEBEN. A.D. 1175. " And if any fugitive from the territories of the king of Scotland, by reason of felony, shall be in England, unless he shall be willing to take his trial in the court of the king of Scotland, and abide by the judgment of the court, he shall not be harboured in the lands of the king, but shall be delivered unto the men of the king of Scotland, when he shall have been found by the bailiffs of our lord the king. " Further, the men of our lord the king shall hold their lands which they have held and ought to hold, against our lord the king and his men, and against the king of Scotland and his men. And the men of the king of Scotland shall hold their lands which they have held and ought to hold, against our lord the king and his men. " By way of security for the strict observance of the said covenants and final agreement so made with our lord the king and his son Henry and their heirs, on part of the king of Scotland and his heirs, the king of Scotland has delivered unto our lord the king the castle of Roxburgh, the castle of Berwick, the castle of Geddewerde,61 the castle of the Maidens,62 and the castle of Striveline,63 unto the mercy of our lord the king. In addition to which, for the purpose of ensuring the performance of the said covenants and final agreement, the king of Scotland has delivered unto our lord the king his brother David as a hostage, as also earl Dunecan, earl Waltheof, earl Gilbert, the earl of Angus, Richard de Morville, his constable, Nes Fitzwilliam, Richard Cumin, Walter Corbet, Walter Olifard,64 John de Vais, William de Lindesey, Philip de Colville, Philip de Baluines, Robert Frenbert, Robert de Burneville, Hugh Giffard, Hugh Riddel, Walter de Berkeley, William de la Haie, and William de Mortimer. But when the castles shall have been delivered up, William, king of Scotland, and his brother David shall be set at liberty. The earls and barons above-named shall, after each of them shall have delivered up his hostage, namely, a lawful son, those who have one, and the rest their nephews or next heirs, and after the castles, as above-mentioned, shall have been surrendered, be set at liberty. "Further, the king of Scotland and his before-named barons 61 β Jedburgh. " Castellimi puellarum." The castle of Edinburgh was so called. K Stirling. H Probably Oliphant.


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