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ROGER OF WENDOVER Flowers of history. The history of England from the descent of the saxons to A.D. 1235. vol.2


Sir John Froissart's Chronicles of England, France, Spain and the Ajoining Countries from the latter part of the reign of Edward II to the coronation of Henry IV in 12 volumes 

Chronicles of Enguerrand De Monstrelet (Sir John Froissart's Chronicles continuation) in 13 volumes 

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Flowers of history. The history of England from the descent of the saxons to A.D. 1235. vol.2
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Α.. I). 1210.] KKSKWA L (F TI1K EXCOMMUNICATION". 309 parutions for t lie expedition which he desi rod above, all things; but as his own departure on such an arduous expedition could not bo ctl'cctcd in a hurry, he scut messengers in advance to give the barons hope aud also to try their lidelity. The names of these were, the castellan of St. Omar, the castellan of Arras, Hugh Thacun, Fustacc de Neville, Baldwin Hretcl, W. de Wimes, Giles de Mollili, \V. ile iieaunioiit, Giles de llersi, and Biset de Fersi ; all these with a large retinue of knights aud followers came by the river Thames, and, to the great joy of the barons, arrived at London on the 27th of February, In this year Stephen archbishop of Canterbury gave security at Koine that he would abide by the decision of the pope on the matters before mentioned, and was released from his suspension, but on condition that be would not go to Fughimi before pence was fully restored between the, king and barons. '/'.'ir mirimi ofthe sentence passed against the barons for their contumaci/. In the same year at Faster, the abbat of Abingdon and his co-arbiters, seeing the of the barons and of the citizens of London, laid their bauds on them more heavily, aud, repeating the. edict, they gave orders to all the conventual churches of Fughimi to publish the sentence which had been issued in the following form: "II., by the grace of God, abbat of Abingdon, Sec. In pursuance of the apostolic mandate imposed on us, as the purport of our letters which we lately transmitted to you, has more fully informed you, we have not merely once, but often, sent our letters containing the words of our lord the pope's warrant to the chapters of St. Caul and St. Martin, to G. de Boelande, dean of the said church, and to the conventual assembly of the Holy Trinity at London, by the apostolic authority, ordering them at once to publish and inviolably observe the sentences of excommunication and interdict which arc issued against the persecutors of the said king and the city of London ; but they irreverently presume to set at defiance the apostolic inundate, for they contumaciously refuse to puhlUli the said sentences or even to observe them, knowingly taking part in divine services with those excommunicated, and thus in every respect proving themselves transgressors of the decrees of our lord the pope, and open ilespiscrs of his

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