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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 384

A.D. 1173. CONFERENCE BETWEEN HENEY AND LOUIS. 373 L'Espine, Robert Patrick, Ingelram Patrick, Richard de Lovecot, Gwigain Guiun, Oliver de Roche, Alan de Tintimac, Ivel, son of Ralph de Pougeres, Gilo de Castel Girun, Philip de Landewi, William de Gorham, Ivel de Mayne, Geoffrey de Buissiers, Reginald de Marche Lemarchis, Hervey de Nitri, Ilamelin de Eni, William de Saint Brice, William de Chastelar, Orange, Ralph Waintras, Robert Boteler, Henry de Grey, Grimbald Fitz-Haket, Geoffrey Abbat, John Guarein, John de Breeree, Hugh Avenel, Hamelin de Pratelles, Swalo de la Bosothe, Secard Burdin, Walter Bruno, John Ramart, Hugh de Bussay, Jerdan de Masrue, Henry de Saint Hilaire, the brothers Hascuil, Bartholomew de Busserie, Herbert do Bullion, Bauran de Tanet, Roland Pitz-Ralph, Roellin Fitz-Ralph, Geoffrey de Minihac, Guido Butefact, Celdewin Guiun, Ivel de Pont, Hamelin Abbat, Robert de Baioches, Elias d'Aubigny, Reginald Cactus, John de Curtis, Philip de Luvenni, Henry de Wastines, Henry de Saint Stephen, William Deschapelles, Roger des Loges, Bencellard de Serland, William de Bois Berenger, John de Ruel, Oliver de Montsorel, Hamund de Roehefort, Robert de Lespiney, John des Loges, Geoffrey Carlisle, Ralph de Tomai, Ralph le Poters, Gilbert de Croi, Ralph Puein, Matthew de Praels, Richard de Cambrai, William le Français, Oliver Rande, Ralph Ruffin,—Springard, Roger de Chevereul, William des Loges, and many others, the names of whom are not written in this book. After these victories which God granted to the king of England, the son of the empress Matilda, the king of France and his supporters fell into despondency, and used all possible endeavours, that peace might be made between the king of England and his sons. In consequence of this, there was at length a meeting between Gisors and Trie, at which Louis, king of the Pranks, attended, accompanied by the archbishops, bishops, earls, and barons of his realm, and bringing with him Henry, Richard, and Geoffrey, the sons of the king of England. Henry, king of England, the father, attended, with the archbishops, bishops, earls, and barons of his dominions. A conference was accordingly held between him and his sons, for the purpose of estabhshing peace, on the seventh day before the calends of October, being the third day of the week. At this conference, the king, the father, offered to the king, his

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