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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 374

A.D. 1173. TREATY ΛνΤΤΞ THE EARL OF MATTRIEÎÎNE. 363 above-named earl granted to them and to their heirs for ever Eousillon, with all his jurisdiction therein, and with all its appurtenances, and the whole of the county of Le Belay, as he then held the same ; Bkewise, Pierrecastel, with aB its appurtenances, and the whole of the vaBey of Novalese, and Chambery, with aB its appurtenances, and Aix, and Aspermont, and Rochet, and Montemayor, and Chambres, with the borough and the whole jurisdiction thereof. AB these lying on this side of the mountains, with all their appurtenances, he granted to them immediately for ever. Beyond the mountains, also, he gave and granted to them and tó their heirs for ever, the whole of Turin, with aB its appurtenances, the coBege of Canorech," with all its appurtenances, and aB the fees which the earls of Cannes held of him, and their services and fealties. Also, in the earldom of Castro, he granted simBar fees, fealties, and services. In the Val D'Aosta he granted to them Castiglione, which the viscount D'Aosta held of him, to hold the same for ever against all men. All these the above-named earl granted to the said son of the king of England for ever, together with his daughter before-mentioned, as freely, fully, and quietly, in men and cities, castles, and other places of defence, meadows, leasowes, miBs, woods, plains, waters, vaBies, mountains, customs, and aB other things, as ever he or his father had held or enjoyed all the same as underwritten therein, or even more fuUy and freely. Furthermore, the said earl was wiBing immediately, or whenever it should please our lord the king of England, that homage and fealty should be done by all his people throughout the whole of his lands, saving always their fealty to himself so long as he should hold the same. Moreover, he granted to them and to their heirs for ever, all the right that he had in the county of Grenoble, and whatsoever he might acquire therein. But in case his eldest daughter above-named should happen to die, whatever he had granted with the eldest, he did thereby grant the whole of the same, as therein written, together with his second daughter, to the son of the illustrious king of England. That the covenants above-written should be kept between our lord the king of England and the earl of Maurienne, both the earl of Maurienne himseR, and the count de Çevennes, and nearly aB the other nobles of his territory, made oath ; to 1 1 Holinsked calls this place " Gavoreth."

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