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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 477



ANNAXS OF BOGEB DE HOVEDKN. A.D. 1177. OUT trustworthy and faithful subjects, to whom shall be entrusted the money of each of us for the performance of the due services to Christianity, and who shall lead and govern our men. Also, on assuming the cross, before we set out on the expedition, we will cause those whom we shall appoint as guardians and governors of our dominions, to make oath that they will, in good faith and to the best of their power, if need shall be, assist in defending the lands of each of us, whenever the same shall be demanded in behalf of the other ; that is to say, that they whom I Henry, king of England, shall appoint to govern my dominions, shall to the utmost of their power assist in defending the lands of Louis, king of France, my liege lord, in the same manner in which they would defend my own lands, in case my city of Eouen were besieged ; and in like manner that those whom I Louis, king of France, shall appoint to govern my dominions, shall, to the utmost of their power, assist in defending the lands of Henry, king of England, just as they would defend my own lands if my city of Paris were besieged. I do also will that merchants and all other men of his dominions, both clergy as well as laity, shall, with all their property, be secure, and enjoy peace in all my territories. And I Henry, king of England, do in like manner will that merchants and all other men, both clergy as well as laity, of the dominions of the king of France, my liege lord, shall, with all their property, be secure and enjoy peace in all my territories. The above-written we have engaged strictly to observe, and have sworn the same in the presence of the venerable Peter, cardinal priest, titular of Saint Chrysogonus, legate of the Apostolic See, and in the presence of Richard, bishop of Winchester, John, bishop of Chartres, Henry, bishop of Bayeux, Froger, bishop of Seez, GiUes, bishop of Evreux, Henry, king of England, the son, earl Theobald, earl Bobert, Peter de Courtrai, Simon, earl of Evreux, William dc Humezt, and m any others, both clergy and laity." After the conference was concluded, Henry, king of England, the father, came to Vcrnueil, and there, in order to gain the Divine favour, and moved by the entreaties of the good men of Grammont,10 he enacted, in presence of Bichard, bishop of Winchester, Henry, bishop of Bayeux, Gilles, bishop of Evreux, Froger, bishop of Seez, Simon, earl of Evreux, ,c An abbey not far from Limoges,


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