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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.
page 105

104 AXNAXS OF EOGEB DE HOYEDEN. A.D. 1188. to be repeated] " Ο Lord, shew unto us thy mercy. Let thy mercy, Ο Lord, be shewn upon us. Ο Lord, deal not with us after our sins. Remember not our former iniquities. Assist us, Ο Lord of our salvation. Save thy people, Ο Lord. Be thou to them, Ο Lord, a tower of strength. Let not their enemies prevail against them. Let there be peace through thy might, Ο Lord. Ο Lord God of might, correct us. Ο Lord, hear our prayer. The Lord be with you." "Let us pray." "Almighty and everlasting God, in whose hands are the power and rule of all kingdoms, in thy mercy look upon the Christian armies, that the heathen who put trust in their own valour may be vanquished by the might of thy right hand." In the same year, Baldwin, archbishop of Canterbury, by means of the influence of the king, seized into his own hands the priory of the Holy Trinity at Canterbury ; and having expeBed the monks who held of Bees therein from their said offices, placed his own servants in their room, and refused sustenance to the monks. In this year also, Honorius, prior of the church of Canterbury, having gone to Rome to procure the restitution of his house, departed this life at Rome, together with all the monks whomhe had taken with him. In the same year, Hugh, bishop of Durham, having assumed the cross, gave the priory in charge to the prior and convent of Durham, for which they were bound to pay two hundred marks or more, and which he for the profits thereof had retained in his hands for a period of two years., In the same year, our lord the- pope, hearing of the death of Henry, the cardinal-bishop of Albano, whom he had sent for the purpose of settling the dispute between the king of Prance and the king of England, sent cardinal John of Anagni for the same purpose. In the same year, WiBiam, king of the Scots, sent envoys to Clement, the Supreme Pontiff, and obtained from him letters of protection to the foBowing effect :— The Letter ofpope Clement to William, king of the Scots, as to the exemption of the churches of his kingdom. " Clement, the bishop, servant of the servants of God, to his dearly-beloved son in Christ, WiBiam, the illustrious king of the Scots, health and the Apostolic benediction. Whereas aB persons subject to the yoke of Christ ought to find favour and protection at the ApostoBc See, it is most especiaBy proper that those should be supported with our defence and protection whose fideBty and dutifulness have been experienced on tho

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