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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 476



A.D. 1177. TKEATY BETWEEN KING LOUIS AND KING HENEY. 465 Feter, bishop of Perigord, and Eobert, bishop of Nantes, and three barons, Maurice de Croume, William Maingot, and Peter de Montrabell, on my side. And the bishops before-named, shall upon the word of truth assert, and the laymen shall make oath, that they will diligently make inquisition into the allegations made on either side, both through themselves and through the oaths of the men of those districts, and that whatever they shall learn as to the rights of each of us, the same they will pronounce between us, and we will in good faith strictly abide by their decision. But if all those bishops whom I Louis have chosen, shall not be able to be present, nevertheless we will abide by the decision of such two as shall be present. And if all the barons who have been named on my side shall not be present, for all that we will not do otherwise than abide by the decision of the other two who shaU be present. And in like manner it shall be as to those whom I king Henry have chosen, both bishops as well as barons. We have also made oath that we will do no injury to them be cause they shall have said the truth as to the said matters. And if perchance, which God forbid, any dispute shall hereafter arise between us as to our dominions, the same shall without delay be settled by the same persons in good faith and without evil intent. But if any one of the aforesaid persons shall in the meantime ehanee to die, then another one shall be substituted in his place. And if either of us, before assuming the cross, shall wish to depart at an earlier period upon the journey, the other who shall remain, shall faithfully protect and defend the territories and subjects of him who shall have gone abroad, as though they were his own and part of his own dominions. And after we shall have, by the will of God, assumed the cross, •we will cause our men who shall be with us to make oath that, if either of us, which God forbid, shall die upon the road, then in such ease they will faithfully serve him who shall be surviving, as they would have served their lord if he had been living, so long as they shall think proper to remain in the land of Jerusalem. The money of the deceased the survivor shall keep, to perform the due services to Christianity, with the exception of that portion which, before setting out, the deceased shall have ordered to be given to certain places and certain persons. And if either of us shall depart this life, we will appoint, if God shall indulge us with time sufficient, certain of VOL. ι. π η


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