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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.
page 405

reconciliation. After this, Baldwin, earl of Flanders, came into England on a pBgrimage to Saint Thomas the Martyr, of Canterbury. In the same year, the son of Henry, emperor or the Eomans, whom the empress Constance, daughter of Roger, the former king of SicBy, had borne to him, was baptized, and his name was caBed Frederic. In the same year, Jordan de Courcy, brother of John de Courcy, prince of the kingdom of Bister, in Ireland, was slain by an Irishman, a member of his household. For the purpose of avenging his death, the before-named John, his brother, fought a battle with the petty kings of Ireland, of whom he put some to flight, slew others, and subjugated their territories ; of which he gave no small part to Dunecan, son of Gilbert, the son of Fergus, who, at the time that the said John was about to engage with the Irish, came to assist him with no smaB body of troops. In the same year, Nicholas, bishop of Wic, in Norway, fought a battle with Swere Birkebain, and being routed by him, took to flight, nearly all his followers being slain. In the same year, the before-named bishop of Orleans, who had gone to Borne to procure the liberation of his brother Philip, died at Sens la Vielle. In the same year, Henry, emperor of the Eomans, sent a great army into the land of Sulia, under the command of the bishop of Mentz, Henry, duke of Saxony, count palatine of the Ehine, the duke of Louvaine, the duke de Saringes, the duke of Austria, son of duke Leopold, the duke of Suabia, the duke of Bavaria, WaBan, brother of the duke of Lemburg, and many counts. The said "Walran landed with hisforces, before the rest, in the land of Jerusalem, and immediately attacked the pagans, and, slaying as many of the pagans as he could, violated the peace and truce which the king of England, at his departure from the land of Jerusalem, had agreed to between the Christians and the pagans. Saphadin, the Brother 0 f Saladin, and the other pagans, being greatly enraged at this, slew all the Christians tbey could find, and laid siege to Joppa. On this, Henry, count of Champagne, who, by the election of the kings of France and of England, and of the Templars and Hospitallers, had the chief command in the land of Jerusalem, assembled the army of the Christians for the purpose of raising the siege ; but while he was leaning against the pillar of a window in an upper room, addressing the multitude, the pillar gave way, and, falling

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