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ROGER OF WENDOVER Flowers of history. The history of England from the descent of the saxons to A.D. 1235. vol.2

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ROGER OF WENDOVER
Flowers of history. The history of England from the descent of the saxons to A.D. 1235. vol.2
page 356



A.D. KXCOMMUNICATIO.V ENFORCED. Vero, Fnlk Fitz-Warron, W. Malet, W. ile Miintacme, W. Fitz-Marshall, W. de liomiehanip. S. «le Ivimc, li. do Mont Hegon, and Nicholas de Stiiteville, ami also several others expressed in the decree by name as guilty of the aforesaid offences, together with their accomplices and abettors; and that on each Sunday and feast day von solemnly republish this sentence, and order it to be strictly observed : and that you lay the city of London under the interdict of the. church, putting aside all appeal and checking tin- opposition of all gaiusayers, under penalty of the church's censure. Wo also command that you publicly denounce, as excommunicated, master Gervaso chancellor of London, who, as we have heard front the aforesaid arbiters, has been a most open persecutor of tin; said king anil his followers, and that you threaten him with more severe punishment unless he make a meet reparation for his offences. And if all do not, «Sic. Given at the Laterali, the Kith day of December in the eighteenth year of our pontificate." 77ic aforesaid sentence enforced. On receipt of the above-mentioned letters the arbiters wrote to all the churches of Knghllid, cathedral and conventual, to the following cflect:—"Innocent, bishop, &c. We strictly command you by authority of this our mandate to denounce as excommunicated, the barons of Kngland. together with all their aiders and abettors, who are persecuting their lord, king John of Kngland, and all those who have lent their assistance or money to seize or attack tinsaid kingdom, or to obstruct those who go to the assitanee of the said king, and to make it public that the lands of the said bavons are laid under the ecclesiastical interdict. Also that you denounce as excommunicated all the barons, who are personally mentioned in the above letter of our lord the pope, together with all others mentioned by name in the sentence of the aforesaid arbiters, namely, Walter de Norton, Osbcrt Fitz-Alan, Oliver de Vaux. IL de liraibrock, li. de Uopele, W. de llobregge, W. de Maudtiit, .Maurice ,1,(tant, K. de lï'rklev, Adam of Lincoln. IL de Mandi \ ill,., W. de Lanvaley, Philip l'itz-.Iohn. William de Tuintuna, W. de lluiittngliehl, Alexander de l'uintiine, U. de Ά intieliet, li. de ( '• resley, (icollrey constai île of M can unie, W . archdeacon Λ Λ Ο


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