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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 507

had destroyed their cattle, by which they and the poor of Christ were sustained, and had driven them away from the royal pastures and forests ; on which the king made answer, "Arise." Accordingly, all these men arose, and the king himself, by the inspiration of the Divine favour, fell on his face before their feet, asking pardon, and said to them, " My protection I do give and do grant to you, that you may feed your cattle in my pastures and forests, in the manner in which the said privilege is known to have been granted to you by my predecessors the kings of England ; in addition to which, look out for some suitable place in my kingdom for you to found an abbey of your order, and I will build it for the good of my soul and those of my parents, and for the establishment of my kingdom, and there, God willing, will I be buried." In the month of December, in the same year, Eoland, prince of Galloway, died at Northampton, in England, on the fourteenth day before the calends of January, being the third day of the week, and was buried there, in the abbey of Saint Andrew. In the same year, Dunecan, son of Gilbert, the son of Fergus, carried off Evelina, the daughter of Alan Eitz- Walter, lord of Renfrew, before the return of William, king of Scotland, from England into his territories. The king, being greatly enraged at this, exacted from Alan Fitz-Walter twenty-four hostages, as pledges that he would keep the peace towards him and his territories, and that he would exact redress for that offence. In the month of September, in the said year, Hugh, bishop of Lincoln, within fifteen days after his death, appeared, in his sleep, to Master Roger de Roleston, dean of the church of Lincoln, and said to him, "Our Lord Jesus Christ has, in His favour, granted unto me, that one of you my brethren shall before long come to me to reign with the Lord. Be ye, therefore, prepared and watch, for ye know not the day nor the hour when the Lord shaB come;" and so saying, he departed. When the morning came, the before-named dean related this vision in the chapter, house to the brethren, and they were aB with one mind desiring with great desire to be reBeved from the great burden of the flesh, and to be with Christ. But this vision was, at this time, fulfilled in one brother only of their number, Robert DeschapeBes. For he immediately feB Bl, and, breathing his last within three days, took his departure unto the Lord. [After his death] his body was found to be

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