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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 450

A D. 117/. AGREEMENT BETWEEN AXPHONSO AND SANCDO. of the king of England, the father. However, disregarding his oath, the said earl married them without the leave and consent of the king. In the same year, the before-named Yivianus, cardinal priest, titular of Saint Stephen de Monte Celi, and legate of the Apostolic See, was in the Isle of Man, with king Guthred, on the day of the Nativity of our Lord. After the Epiphany, he passed over into Ireland, and, landing at Dun86 in Ulster, while he was walking along the sea-shore towards Lublin, he met the troops of John de Courey, who seized him and made him prisoner ; but John de Courey set him at liberty and suffered him to depart. The before-named John de Courey also, before the Purification of Saint Mary, laid siege to and took the city of Dun, whieh is the capital of Ulster, where also rest the bodies of Saint Patrick and Saint Columba, the confessors, and of Saint Bridget, the virgin. On hearing this, Boderie, king of Ulster, levied a large army of Irish, and fought a battle with the above-named John; and John de Courey, after losing a part of his army, gained a great victory, and having conquered king Boderie, and put him to flight, remained in possession of the field, and distributed the spoils of the slain among his men. In this battle was taken prisoner the bishop of Dun, whom John de CoureyT ordered, at the prayer of the cardinal, to be set at Bberty. In the same year died the earl Hugh Bigot, whose treasures the king, the father, retained in his own hands. In this year, also, Alphonso, king of Castflle, and Saneho, king of Navarre, his unele, after many and great battles fought between them, came to a settlement before the king of England, the father, on the disputes and elaims that existed between them. Accordingly, there came into England, on behalf of the king of Castille and on behaBof the king of Navarre, four chosen men whom they knew to be trustworthy persons, being sent to England to hear the decision of the court of the king of England, and to report the same to the above-named kings of Spain, namely, John, bishop of Tarragona, Peter de Areis, Gunter, a brother of the Temple, and Peter de Rinoso. There came also on behalf of Alphonso, king of CastiBe, Matthew, bishop of Palencia, count Gomez, Lobdiez, Gomez, the son of Garsias, Garsias, the son of Garsias, Peter, the son of Peter, and Gotteri Fcrnanz ; 8 8 Down.

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