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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 460

A.D. 1177. AWAItD OF THE KING OF ENGLAND. 449 The Award of Henry, king of England, upon the judgment given in his court between the king of Castille and the king of Navarre. "Henry, by the grace of God, king of England, duke of Normandy and of Aquitaine, and earl of Anjou, to his most dearly beloved friends Alphonso, king of Castille, and Saneho, king of Navarre, greeting. According as, from the tenor of 3'our letters, and the relation of your trustworthy servants, John, bishop of Tarragona, Peter de Areis, Gunter,93 and Peter de Rinoso, and from the assertions of your envoys, the bishop of Palencia, count Gomez, Lobdioz, Gomez, the son of Garsias, Garsias, the son of Garsias; Peter, the son of Peter, Gotteri Pernanz, the bishop of Pampeluna, Garsias Bermer, Saneho the son of Bamiro, Espagnol de Taissonat, Peter the son of Bamiro, and Ascenar de Chalez, we have been informed, it has pleased us by our judgment to bring to a termination the disputes that exist between you, with relation to certain castles and lands, together with the boundaries and appurtenances thereof. And for that purpose, we, receiving your trustworthy servants and your envoys with that respect whieh was their due, considering that peace being made between you would greatly conduce to the honor of God and the whole of Christendom, have both with reference to holy religion and our ordinary welfare, taken this upon us. Therefore, the trustworthy persons chosen by you in common, and your deputies, and the pleaders of your causes being summoned into our presence, and that of our bishops and earls and barons, we have earefully heard, and have eome to a full understanding of, the petitions and allegations of both parties. Upon these points, those envoys to whom the cause of Alphonso, king of Castille, has been entrusted, have made allegation that Sancho, king of isavarre, did unjustly and by force take from the said king of Castille, while he was yet a ward and an orphan, certain castles and lands, namely, Logrono, Navarette, Andeva, Abtol, and Agosen,9 4 with all their boundaries and appurtenances, which his father, on the day of his decease, and wnich he himself for some years after had quietly enjoyed ; in consequence whereof they claimed that restitution should be made to him of the same. But the envoys to whom the cause of Saneho M As to this person, see the note in p. 443. M They are more fully mentioned in the claim of the king of Castille, p. 415. VOL. I. GO

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