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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 510

of England : that is to say, he will observe the treaty of peace towards ourselves and our heirs, which king Eichard, his brother, made with ourselves between Chastel Heraud and Charoton ; with the exception of those things, which in this present instrument are excepted or changed by reason of the exceptions which the said king Eichard made in the said treaty of peace so coneluded with us. And to this further effect ; that the said John has given to us and to our heirs, as being the right heir of his brother Eichard, the city of Evreux and the Evreusin, with all the fees and demesnes thereof; in such manner as the underwritten boundaries set forth. The said boundaries are placed between Neubourg and Evreux. The whole of the land that shall lie within the said boundaries on the side of France shall belong to me ; while that which shall be on the side of Neubourg shall belong to the king of England. Also, as much land as we have extending towards Neubourg, so much shall we have extending towards Conches, and towards Akemu a similar extent, in the direction where the abbey of INoa is situate, according to the course which the river Icogne there takes. Gurtebo71 also, as far as it extends, he has given unto us ; Tiliers, with its appurtenances, and Danville remain in the hands of the king of England ; also, as much as the lord of Bruroles shall have (namely, that which he shall be entitled to have) in the lordship of Tiliers, just so much is the lord of Tiliers to have (that is, to be entitled to have) in the lordship of Bruroles. lie has also granted unto us as much of the bishopric of Evreux as lies within the said boundaries ; for which the bishop of Evreux shaB be answerable to us and to our heirs : whBe the said bishop shaB be answerable to the king of England, and to his heirs, for as much thereof as shall lie without the said boundaries. Be it also known, that neither we nor the king of England shaB be at Bberty to erect fortUications within the boundaries established between lSeubourg and Evreux, nor yet at Gurtebo, neither we on our side nor the king of England on his side, except where fortifications have been already erected within the before-mentioned boundaries. Also, the fortresses of Portes and of Landes shaB be immediately destroyed, and no fortresses shall be aUowed to be rebuilt at the said places. And further, the king of England has caused the right heir to Evreux to quit-claim to us of all places which the " There is no doubt that many of the names of these small places in Normandy are corrupt.

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