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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 461



king of Navarre was entrusted, contradicting nothing of what had been alleged by the others, asserted that Alphonso the before-mentioned king of Castille, had, by arms, and unjustly, taken from Sancho, the before-named king of Navarre, certain castles, namely, Legiun, Portela, and the eastle that Godin holds, and the said other party, making no contradiction whatever thereto, demanded with like urgency that restitution should be made thereof to him. And further, it was stated in the letter written by you in eommon that you had, giving your word for the same, concluded a truee between you for a period of seven years, and the same was witnessed openly in eourt by your envoys. Having therefore held counsel with all due deliberation with our bishops, earls, and barons, and considering that peaee between you is neeessary, both for the propagation of the Christian faith and the confusion of the enemies of Christ, and receiving a full assurance, both from your own written declarations and the allegations of your envoys, that you will pay obedience to our counsel and adviee both in establishing and preserving peaee, before proceeding to pronounee our award as to the above-written eomplaints and truees, we do command you by your envoys, and do counsel and enjoin you, and in addition thereto, do, by this present writing, command you, to establish peace between yourselves, and faithfully for the future to observe the same. Now, as to the complaints above-mentioned relative to the eastles and lands, with all the boundaries and appurtenanees thereof, that have on eaeh side been by foree and injustiee taken from the other, inasmuch as no answer was made by either side to the acts of violenee alleged on the other side, and no reason was alleged why the restitution which they respectively demanded should not be made, we do decree that full restitution shall be made to each party of the places above-mentioned which have as of right been elaimed. We do also by our award enjoin that the truees between you before-named, which, as already mentioned, have been ratified by you on your word, as appears from your written documents, as also from the publie avowal made to us by your envoys upon trial, shall, until the time therein agreed upon, be inviolably observed between you. We do will also and command for the sake of peaee, that king Alphonso, our dearly beloved son, shall pay to Saneho, king of Navarre, his uncle, every year for the spaee of ten years, three thousand


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