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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 319



ANNALS OF I10GEK DE HOTEDEN. A.D. 1194. going to the fair of Stamford ; and it was said that they had set out from his residence for the purpose of committing the robbery, and after committing it, had returned to him. They also accused him of treason, because he had refused to come at the summons of the king's justices, or take his trial as to the aforesaid harbouring of the robbers, or produce them before the king's justices ; but made answer that he was a vassal of earl John, and would take his trial in his court. They also arraigned him for having taken up arms, and aiding earl John, and others of the king's enemies, in taking the castles of Tickhill and Nottingham. Gerard de Camville, however, denied all these charges which were so made by them against him ; on which they gave pledges to follow their suit, and Gerard de Camville gave pledge to defend himself by one of his freeholders. On the same day, our lord the king appointed as the day of his coronation, at Winchester, the close of Êaster. On the same day, the king also proceeded to Clipston, to meet the king of the Scots, and gave orders that all who had been taken at the castle of Nottingham, the castle of Tickhill, the castle of Marlborough, the castle of Lancaster, and at Mount Saint Michael, should come and meet him at Winchester the day after the close of Easter. On the third day of the month of August, namely, Palm Sunday, the king of England stayed at Clipston, and the king of the Scots at Worksop, on account of the solemnity of the day. On the fourth day of the month of April, the king of England and the king of Scotland came to Sewell. On the fifth day of the month of April, the king of England and the king of Scotland came toMalton, where theking of Scotland demanded, of the king of England the dignities and honors which his predecessors had enjoyed in England. He also demanded that the earldoms of Northumberland, Cumberland, and Westmoreland, and the earldom of Lancaster, should be given up to him, as of right enjoyed by his predecessors : to which the king made answer, that he would satisfy him according to the advice given by his earls and barons. On the sixth day of the month of April, the said kings came to the house of Peter the Forester of llutland. On the seventh day of the month of April, the said kings came to Gaindinton. On the eighth day of the month of April, the said kings stayed at Gaindinton, out of respect for the day of the Preparation13 of our Lord. On the ninth day of the month 1 3 " Parasceue,"—Good Friday.


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