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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 166

A.D.llSO. TREATY BETWEEN TEE KINGS OF ENGLAND AND SICILY.165 us ; the tenor of which should be preserved to last to future ages by being reduced to writing. Therefore, we have promised to you, and to your realm, and to all lands under your dominion, that we will, both by land and sea, both of ourselves and of our people, observe a lasting peace, all questions whatsoever being set at rest, which, by our envoys to yon, we had raised, both as to the dower of the queen, our sister, as also other matters ; this, also, being added thereto, that, so long as we shall stay in your kingdom, we will be everywhere in readiness for the defence of your territories, and give you our assistance, whoever may wish to invade the same, or wage war against you. To the tenor and form of this treaty of peace, which it is our wish and our purpose, with unbroken faith, to observe towards you and your people, we have, by "Walter, archbishop of Kouen, Gerard, archbishop of Auxienne, John, bishop of Evreux, Bernard, bishop of Bayonne, Jordan de Humez, our constable, WBBam de Courcy, Richard de CamviBe, Gerard Talbot, Robert de Sabul, Guido de Croum, Guarine Fitzgerald, Bertram de Verdun, "WBBam Chamberlain de TankerviBe, Robert de JNewburgh, Hugh Bardolph, Wigain de Cherbourg, GBbert de WascuBl, Hugh le Bruin, Pfller, Amauri de Montfort, Andrew de Chauvigny, WilBam de Forts de Oleron, Geoffrey de Bancune, Amauri Torel, and many others of our household, made oath, upon our soul, hi presence of the before-named archbishops appointed by you for the said purpose, and others of your Blustrious men, to confirm and ratify the same, according to the tenor of the articles therein contained. And further, to the end that this peace and brotherly love may be knit together by bonds as multipBed as stringent, the beforenamed principal men of your court treating thereon on your behalf, and the Lord so disposing, we have agreed that a marriage shaB be contracted, in the name of Christ, between Arthur, the exceHent duke of Brittany, our nephew, and, if we shaB chance to die without issue, our heir, and your daughter ; so that when she shaB, by the wBl of God, have arrived at marriageable years, and you shaB have sent her to such place as shaB have been agreed upon by either side, our said nephew shaH, within fifteen days from the time of his meeting her, be espoused to her as his lawful wife ; or if it shall please your highness that she shaB be married before she arrives at marriageable years, our said nephew shaB so do according to your pleasure therein, i£ the Supreme Pontiff shaB grant a

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