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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 462

A.D. 1177. BROTHER OF THE EARL OF FERRERS SLAIN. 451 marabotins9'' sueh payments to be made at three periods in the year at the city of Burgos, namely ; the first payment of one thousand marabotins to be made at the end of the first four months after the above-mentioned restitution shall have been made, the second payment of one thousand marabotins to be made at the end of the next succeeding four months, and another payment of one thousand marabotins to be made at the end of the next four months ; the said payments so to be made that in each of the ten years next ensuing after the said restitution, there shall be paid to Sancho, king of Navarre, at the same periods and at the above-named place, three thousand marabotins. Also, the envoys of each of you have, before pronouncing our judgment, solemnly sworn that you will strietly observe our judgment aforesaid, both as to the restitution as well as to the observance of the treaty of peace ; and that in ease you shall not do so, they will surrender their persons into our hands and power. Witnesses hereto, Itiehard, arehbishop of Canterbury, Hugh, bishop of Durham, Geoffrey, bishop of Ely, Roger, bishop of Worcester, Bartholomew, bishop of Exeter, Gilbert, bishop of London, Walter, bishop of Rochester, Reginald, bishop of Bath, John, bishop of Norwich, John, bishop of Chichester, Robert, bishop of Hereford, the bishop of Saint David's, Master Ada, the bishop of Saint Asaph, the bishop of Bangor, Christian, bishop of Whitherne, Geoffrey, earl of Brittany, son of the king, William, earl of Aumarle, Robert, earl of Leicester, William de Mandeville, earl of Essex, William, earl of Gloucester, William de Arundel, earl of Sussex, Hugh, earl of Chester, and of the barons of England, Riehard de Lucy, William de Vesoi, Henry de Lacy, Odonel de TJmfraville, Robert de Vais, Roger de Mowbray, Robert de Stuteville, Philip de Kimbe, Roger Bigot, and many others, both clergy and laity." * During this council, the brother of the earl of Perrers was slain by night at London, and thrown out from his inn into the mud of the streets, for whieh deed our lord the king took into custody many of the citizens of London ; among whom there " This vras a gold coin of Spain, the exact value of which is now unknown. The name has been suggested to have been derived from " Butin de Maranes," " The booty of the Moors," as forming a large proportion of the spoils of the Moors when repulsed in their invasion of Spain. It is said that it was while energetically discussing the origin of this word at Caen, the learned Bochart was attacked with a fit of apoplexy, of which he shortly after died. G ο 2

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