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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 331



hold on the day of this trace; hut the king of England shall not be at liberty to fortify any one of the fortresses that have been dismantled by the king of Erance or by his own people, with the exception of those four which have been mentioned above. Further, the king of France includes in this truce all those who before the war were more liegemen of himself than of the king of England ; as also these [places] which were [held by] vassals of the king of England, whom we will here name : Arches, and Driencourt, as the king himself now holds the same and his people ; the county of Auge, as he now holds the same and his people ; Mortemer, and the lands which "William de Chahou holds ; the lands of the earl of Boulogne, which he held on the day on which the truce was made ; Hugh de Gournay, and Aumarle, and the feud of Beauvais and its lands, às he now holds the same ; Neumarche and the lands thereof, as William de Garland and his people now hold the same ; Gisors, and Vexin, in Normandy, as the king of France and his people now hold the same; Vernon and Gallon, and the lands thereto belonging, as the king of France and his people now hold the same ; Pascy and the lands thereto belonging, as the king and his people now hold the same ; Hers and Marcilliac, and the lands thereto belonging, as the king and his people now hold the same ; Loy and the lands thereto belonging, as the king and his people now hold the same ; Novancourt and the lands thereto belonging, as the king, and earl Bobert, and his people, now hold the same ; Thiellerie and the lands thereto belonging, as the king, and Gervaise, and their people, now hold the same ; Nevelon and his people, and Fretteval and the lands thereto belonging, as they now hold the same ; the count of Bruttie, and his people and lands, if he has any, as ho now holds the same ; the count of Angoulême, and his people, his lands, and his fee, as he now holds the same ; also, John de Bouvere, Baldwin de Aquigny, and the count of Mellent, and his lands, as he now holds the same : both the lands aforesaid, as also the people that are upon them; and the said truce shall remain in force for one year from the feast of All Saints next ensuing. The king of France has mentioned all the persons aforesaid by name, because he wishes the king of England to mention by name those men of consequence whom he shall wish to be comprehended in the truce, within a period of fifteen days from the said truce : for if, after the fifteenth day from the said truce being made, he shall wish to name any, the king of France will decline to include them ;


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