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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 387

William de Eivan, Simon de Bernezai, John Maumonie, Hubert Ruscevals, WiBiam Maingot, Saer de Terreis, John de Champigny, Walter de Powis, Brice de Ceaux, Haimeric Ripant, Robert L'Anglais, Grossin Champemain, Isambert Wellun, Geoffrey Carre, Payen Juge, WiBiam Bugun, Castey, vassal of Saer de Terreis, Guiard, vassal of John Maumonie, Roger, vassal of William Rivan, Peter, vassal of John de Champigny, Philip, vassal of Hugh le Davis, RusseE, vassal of Hubert Buscevals, Vulgier and Haimerie, vassals of Peter de Posey, Osmund, Everard, and Geoffrey, vassals of Haimeric de Ble, Gilbert and Albinus, vassals of Hugh de Laloc, Brito and Geoffrey, vassals of Walter Powis, Haimeric and Peter, vassals of Hugh Delamotte, and Brito and Sunennes, vassals of Simon de Bernezai. In the same year, Louis, king of the Pranks, knighted Richard, the son of king Henry. In this year, also, Eobert the prior of Dare, who was bishop elect of the church of Arras, renounced that election, and was elected bishop of the diocese of Cambrai, but before he was consecrated was slain by his enemies. In the same year, Henry, king of England, contrary to the prohibition of his son, king Henry, and after appeal made to our lord the pope, gave the archbishopric of Canterbury, to Richard prior of Dover, the bishopric of Bath to Reginald, son of Jocelyn, bishop of SaBsbury, the bishopric of Winchester to Richard de Ivechester, archdeacon of Poitou, the bishopric of Hereford to Robert PoBiot, the bishopric of Ely to Geoffrey Riddel, archdeacon of Canterbury, and the bishopric of Chichester to John de Greneford. After this, at the time of the feast of Saint Andrew, the king of England, the father, took Vendôme by storm, which was held against him by Bucard de Lavardin, who had expeBed therefrom his father, the earl of Vendôme. In the year of grace 1174, being the twentieth year of the reign of king Henry, son of the empress Matilda, the said Henry spent the festival of the Nativity of our Lord at Caen in Normandy, and a truce was made between him and Louis, king of the Pranks, from the feast of Saint Hilary untB the end of Easter. In the same year, and at the time abovenamed, Hugh, bishop of Durham, at an interview held between himself and WilBam, king of the Scots, on the confines of the kingdoms of England and Scotland, namely at Revedeur, gave

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