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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 397

386 ASXLLS OF BOGER DE HOVEDEST. A.D. 1174. following terms :—Henry, tie king, the son of the king, and his brothers aforesaid, have returned unto their father and to his service as their liege lord, free and absolved from all oaths whatsoever which they have made between themselves, or with any other persons, against him, or against his subjects. All liegemen and barons who, for their sake, have abandoned their fealty to their father, they have released from all oaths whatsoever which they have made to themselves ; and, freely acquitted from all oaths and absolved from all covenants which they had made to them, the same have returned to their homage and allegiance to our lord the king. Also, our lord the king, and all his liegemen and barons, are to receive possession of all their lands and eastles which they held fifteen days before his sons withdrew from him. So, in like manner, his liegemen and barons who withdrew from him and followed his sons, are to receive possession of their lands which they had fifteen days before they withdrew from him. Also, our lord the king has laid aside all displeasure against his barons and liegemen who withdrew from him, so that by reason thereof he will do no evil to them, so long as they shall faithfully serve him as their liege lord. And, in like manner, the king, his son, has pardoned all, both clerks as well as laymen, who took part with his father, and has remitted all displeasure against them, and has given security into the hand of our lord the king, his father, that he will not do, or seek to do, in all his life any evil or harm to those who obeyed him, by reason of their so doing. Also, upon these conditions, the king gives to the king, his son, two suitable castles in Normandy, at the option of Ins father, and fifteen thousand pounds, Anjouin, yearly revenue. Also, to his son Eichard he gives two suitable mansions in Poitou, whence evil cannot ensue to the king, and a moiety of the revenues of Poitou in ready money. To his son Geoffrey he gives, in ready money, the moiety of what he would reeeive in Brittany on his marriage with the daughter of earl Conan, whom he is to take to wife ; and after, by the Bcense of the Boman Church, he shall have taken her to wife, then he shall have the whole of the revenues accruing by that marriage, in such manner as is set forth in the deed executed by earl Conan. But, as to the prisoners who have made a composition with our lord the king before this treaty was made with our lord the king, namely, the

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