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Roger De Hoveden The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.1., From A.D. 732 To A.D. 1180.
page 164

A.D. 1074. niLDEBRAND ELECTED POPE. 153 soke,53 and toi,51 and them," and infangtheof,56 and all the right boundaries thereof, together with all their rights and customa, as fully, quietly, and freely, as ever Saint Cuthbert fully and quietly held his other lands, together with all the royal customs and liberties whieh the king himself held therein, when, after the conquest of England, he held the same in his own hands, and with the same boundaries, with whieh he himself, or Tosti before him, or Siward, had held the said manor. Bishop "Waleher and earl "Walfheof were afterwards on the most friendly and cordial terms, insomuch that, sitting together -with the bishop, at the synod of the priesthood, ho humbly and obediently would carry out whatever was enjoined by the bishop in his earldom, for the correction of Christian manners. In the year from the incarnation of our Lord 1073, aB points agreed, as to the course of the sun and moon, with the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius, in whieh our Lord was baptized, that is to say, the day of the Baptism was on the eighth day before the ides of January, being the Lord's day and Epiphany ; the second day of the week was the commencement of His Fast for forty days ; and thus, from the time of the Baptism of our Lord in the fifteenth year of the reign of Tiberius, there had been a revolution of two great cycles, that is to say, of one thousand and sixty-four years. In this year, "William, king of the English, with the especial assistance of the English whom he had brought with him from England, subjugated the city which is caUed Mans, and the province57 belonging thereto. The Clito Edgar came to Normandy from Scotland by way of England, and was reconciled to king AVilliam. Earl Waltheof, sending a strong body of Northumbrians, took a bloody revenge for the death of his grandfather earl Aldred ; for the swords of some men whom he had placed in ambush cut off the sons of Carl who had slain him, while they were at a banquet at Seteringetun. In the year 1074, Hildebrand, who was also called Gregory, archdeacon of Borne, was elected pope, and consecrated. The 55 A somewhat similar right to the last. In the text it is erroneously printed " soschene," for " socam." 54 The right to levy import duties. 55 The right of a lord to follow his servants on the lands of another. 6) The right of apprehending malefactors. 51 Of Maine.

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