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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 524

A.0.1201. LETTER OF POPE DfifOCEXT. bishop engaged to pay to the king, in the course of one year, one thousand marks sterling, and for the performance thereof, the said archbishop pledged his barony to the king. Shortly after, the king of England sent Geoffrey, bishop of Chester, Eichard Malebise, and Henry Pudsey to William, king of the Scots, and requested that the time for giving an answer to the demand he had made of the county of Northumberland, which the king of England had fixed at Pentecost, might be put off till the feast of Saint Michael. The king of England, and queen Isabel, his wife, then embarked and crossed over, in the second week of Pentecost ; but the king landed in the Isle of Wight, while the queen, his wife, embarking in another ship, and having a fair wind, landed in Normandy. After he had stayed some days longer in England, king John again went on board ship at Portsmouth, and crossed over to Normandy; immediately upon which, a^ordjgren^wa^eJaiJîelween hjni^dJkeJdrig-ittLFjmtcej^ came to a full agreement, no one but themselves beingjiware of what passed at thejinteryjej^between them. Three days afîër tEisTat the invitation of the king of France, king John went to Paris, and was lodged in the palace of the king of France, and honorably entertained ; the king of France having removed to take up his dwelling in another quarter. On his departure thence, the king of England proceeded to Chinon ; while here, Berengaria, the former queen of England, and wife of king Bichard, came to him ; on which, John, king of England, made satisfaction to her for her dowry, in conformity with the testimony of Philip, bishop of Durham, and others who had been present at her marriage. In the meantime, pope Innocent, having the bowels of compassion for the afflicted, wrote to the prelates of the churches to the following effect :— The Letter of pope Innocent on giving aid to the land of Jerusalem. " Innocent, the bishop, servant of the servants of God, to his venerable brethren, the archbishop and bishops throughout the kingdom of England appointed, health and the Apostolical benediction. Our just and merciful God, who reproves and chastens those whom He loves, forgets neither to show mercy, nor does He withhold His compassion in His wrath. Although He spares not the rod, that He may not seem to hate His sons,

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