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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 532

A.D. 1180. TREATY BETWEEN PHILIP AND HENRY. 521 the week, and was buried at the abbey of Barbeaux ; after which, Philip, king of Prance, and Henry, king of England, the father, met and held a conference between Gisors and Trie, where they made a treaty of peace and reconciliation, which was established on both sides by word and oath, and was to the following effect :— " I, Philip, by the grace of God, king of the Franks, and I, Henry, by the same grace, king of the English, do will that it shall come to the notice of all, both present as well as to come, that we have renewed the treaty and friendship, byword and oath, which my liege lord, Louis, king of the Franks, and I, Henry, concluded between ourselves before Ivery, in presence of Peter, titular of Saint Chrysogonus, cardinal priest and legate of the Apostolic See, and of Bichard, bishop of Winchester, and many other bishops, earls, and barons who were then present ; to the effect, that we now are, and wish henceforth to be, friends, and that each will protect the other in life and limb, and will defend his worldly possessions to the utmost of his ability against all men. And if any person whatsoever shall presume to do an injury to either of us, I, Henry, will aid Philip, king of France, my liege lord, against all men to the utmost of my ability. .And I, Philip, will aid Henry, king of England, against all men to the utmost of my ability, as my liege and. vassal, saving always the fidelity which we owe to our liegemen, so long as they shall preserve their fealty towards ourselves. And neither of us shall from henceforth harbour an enemy of the other in his dominions, from the time that demand shall be made of him. And to the end that from henceforth all matter of discord between us may be removed, we do mutually agree that of the lands and possesions, and all other things which we now hold, each shall henceforth make no claim whatever against the other (except the claim as to Auvergne, respecting which there is a dispute ι between us, and except the fee of Chatean-Baoul, and except some small fees and allotments of our lands in Berry), \ in case our liegemen shall take anything from each other i or from either of us. And if we shall not be able to agree as I to the matters which are above excepted, then in such case, I, Philip, king of the Franks, have chosen three bishops, those I of Clarcmont, Nivernois, and Treves, and three barons, count [ Theobald, count Bobcrt, and Peter de Touraine, my uncles ;

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