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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 136

A.D.1190. PEACE BETWEEN ENGLAND AND FEANCE. returned home without effecting their purpose. On their withdrawal, Bichard, count de Cime, brother of the queen of Sicily, the wife of king Tancred, made war upon count Eoger de Andria, on the g^auTirl that ha haiL^sf«a~iàa-i{i tbn king, of German νjigainst king Tancred. and took him prisoner, ^and delivered hun to king Tancred. Moreover, JoannajJJiti,,Suer of BMMjHga|^^ the wiivrf wii. Bam, king^sf Sîc'uyTTàtely deceased, re.mainedjnjtheucustody of kììì^'Ì^ctedr''*-"' ·"·*'" ia tlwyUaTôT grace 1190, king Bichard was at Burun, in Normandy, on the day of the Nativity of our Lord, which took place on the second day of the week, · and kept that festival there with the chief men of the territory; for this Nativity of our Lord was the first since the coronation óf the said king. After the Nativity, the said Bichard, king of England, and PhiBp, king of France, held a conference at Vè Saint Bemy, where they agreed to a lasting peace between them and their respective kingdoms, and, committing the treaty to writing, ratified it by their oaths and seals, on the feast of Saint HBary. The archbishops and bishops also of both kingdoms agreed to the same on their word of truth ; while the earls and barons of those kingdoms made oath and swore that they would faithfuBy observe the said treaty of peace and keep the same unbroken. The tenor of this treaty was to the effect that each of them would maintain the honor of the other, and would keep faith with him for life, Bmb, and worldly honor, and that neither of them would forsake the other in the time of need ; but that the king of France would aid the king of England in defending his territories as he himself would defend his own city of Paris, if it were besieged, and that Bichard, king of England, would aid the king of France in defending his territories as he himseB would defend his own city of Rouen, if it were besieged. The earls and barons also of both kingdoms made oath that they would not depart from their fealty to the said kings or wage any war in their territories, so long as they should be on their pBgrimage. The archbishops also and bishops strictly promised, on their word of truth, that they would pronounce sentence of excommunication against such as should be guBty of a breach of the said treaty of peace and compact. The said kings also made oath that if either of them should die on the pBgrimage to Jerusalem, the one who should survive should have the treasures and forces of him who had died,

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