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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 300



himself about earl John, if he shall think fit to make peace in relation to his own territory above-named. As to count Louis, the following shall be the terms agreed to : The king of England shall, according to the advice and to the satisfaction of the king of France and the archbishop of Eheims, assign to him a yearly revenue in his own territory of five hundred pounds Anjouin, or more if more there shall be, and shall cause promise to be made to him on oath that he will render to count Louis the rights and services that his father rendered to count Theobald ; and the king of England shall repay to count Louis as much money as he retained after the death of count Theobald, and which he ought to have paid him. As to Hugh de Gumay, the following shall be the terms agreed to : Hugh shall hold all the lands which he has anywhere held of the king of Erance, unless it shall so be that the said Hugh, of his own free will, and without compulsion, and without desertion of the king of France, shall wish to return to the king of England ; and the king of France shall be ready to interrogate the said Hugh thereon, without employing force and losing any rights of his own thereby. But, if Hugh shall be unwilling to return to the king of England with the lands which he holds of the king of France, and shall wish to hold other lands of his in England and Normandy of the king of England, and not to receive anything in exchange for such land, nor to accede to any terms entered into by the king of France and the king of England relative thereto, then the king of England shall be bound to make to the said Hugh a reasonable warranty relative thereto. The count of Angoulême and his people shall be set at liberty, and shall safely return to his territory, and he and his people shall be in the same state in which they were before the war ; nor shall he or his receive any detriment for anything that shall have taken place during the war. The count of Perche shall hold his revenues in full in England, and the king of England and his people shall preserve the peace towards him. The count of Mellent shall again enjoy his lands in the territory of the king of England. When the king of England shall have made peace with the king of Prance, he shall do service and pay all lawful dues, in the court of the king of France, for every fee which he holds of him, in such manner as each fee is bound to pay. Also, the king of England shall pay to the king of Prance twenty thousand marks of silver, good and pure, Troy weight, payable to him in two years,


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