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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.


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Roger De Hoveden
The Annals vol.2., From A.D. 1180 To A.D. 1201.
page 131

church built by him in the suburbs of the city of Canterbury, he gave to this new church which he had built at Lambeth. At this treaty of peace and final reconciliation there were present Eichard, king of England, and queen Eleanor, his mother, Walter, archbishop of Eouen, John, archbishop of Dublin, Hugh, bishop of Durham, John, bishop of Norwich, Hubert,38 bishop of Salisbury, Godfrey, bishop of Winchester, Gilbert, bishop of Eochester, Eeginald, bishop of Bath, Hugh, bishop of Coventry, Hugh, bishop of Lincoln, William, bishop of Worcester, the abbat of Saint Augustin's at Canterbury, Benedict, abbat of Burgh, Sampson, abbat of Saint Edmund's, the abbat of Battle, the abbat of Westminster, Guarine, abbat of Saint Alban's, and many other priors and abbats, all of whom set their seals to the writing in which was set forth the said agreement. After this, the king sent for cardinal John of Anagni, who came to Canterbury, and was received with a solemn procession, but was greatly offended that in his absence a reconciliation had been effected between the archbishop of Canterbury and his monks. In the same year, in the month of November, Geoffrey, the archbishop elect of York, together with the barons of Yorkshire, and the sheriff of York, by command of our lord the king, went as far as the river Tweed, and there received William, king of the Scots, and paid him all due honor, and gave him a safe conduct to the king of England. Accordingly, William, king of the Scots, came to the king of England at Canterbury in the month of December, and did homage to him for his dignities in England, in the same manner that his brother Malcolm had held them. Bichard, king of England, also restored to him the castle of Roxburgh and the castle of Berwick, freely and quietly to be held by him ; and he acquitted and released him and all his heirs from all homage and allegiance, for the kingdom of Scotland, to him and the kings of England, for ever. Eor this gift of his castles and for quitting claim to all fealty and allegiance for the kingdom of Scotland, and for the charter of Eichard, king of England, signifying the same, William, king of the Scots, gave to Eichard, king of England, ten thousand marks sterling. The charter, executed by the king of England, was to the following effect :— 3 9 This is the proper reading, and not John, as it stands in the text.

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