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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 301



at the following periods : at the end of the first half year, from the day of his liberation from the custody of the emperor, five thousand marks ; at the end of the next half year, from that period, five thousand marks ; at the end of the next half year, from that period, five thousand marks ; and at the end of the next half year from that period, the remaining five thousand marks of silver. As security for the observance of all these covenants, the king of England shall deliver to the king of France Loches and Chatillon sur Saone, and to the archbishop of Rheims, Driencourt and Arches. These four castles also shall be maintained at the expense of the king of England on the following terms : "William des Roches, or he who shall be in his place, shall deliver to the king of France two thousand pounds Anjouin each month, which shall suffice for a month ; and he shall always place in the said castles as much provisions as shall suffice for two months; in Loches, for eleven knights and a hundred and forty men-at-arms; in Chatillon, for four knights and forty men-at-arms. For Driencourt and Arches, the seneschal of Normandy shall make arrangements for provisions and garrison according to the will and option of the archbishop of Rheims. In case all the aforesaid covenants shall be fully observed to the king of France, then, when five thousand marks of silver shall have been paid'on behalf of the king of England to the king of France, the king of France shall restore to him such one of the aforesaid castles as the king of France shall think fit. And, again, when five thousand marks of silver shall have been paid on behalf of the king of England to the king of France, the king of France shall restore to him another such one of the aforesaid castles as the king of France shall think fit. Eut, if ten thousand marks shall be paid at the same time to the king of France, on behalf of the king of England, the king of France shall restore to him such two" of the said four castles as the king of France shall think fit. And, if fifteen thousand marks shall be paid at the same time to the king of France, the king of Franco shall restore to him such three of the said four castles as the king of France shall think fit. And, if the whole twenty thousand marks shall be paid at the same time to the king of France, the said four castles shall be restored to tho king of England. The king of France, however, shall restore not one of the said four castles unless the said covenants as to paying the afore-M " Domino," ia clearly a misprint for " duo."


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