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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 228

A.D. 1191. TBEATY BETWEEN" THE CHANCELLOR AND THE ES.EL. 227 named earl, the same shall be rectified by the lord archbishop of Rouen, if he shall be in England, and by the justices of our lord the king, and by those who have thus sworn to keep the peace; and, in like manner, at their prayer, the said John shall cause due reparation to be made. All new castles built after the departure beyond sea of our lord the king on his pilgrimage, whether begun or whether finished, shall be razed, and no other new ones shall be fortified until the return of our lord the king, except in manors demesne of our lord the king, if need there shall be, or in case such shall be done in the service of some person named by the precept of our lord the king, conveyed hither by letter or by some trusty messenger. Gerard de Camville shall be reinstated in the office of sheriff of Lincoln, and on the same day a proper day shall be appointed for him to make his appearance in the court of our lord the king, there to abide his trial ; and if in the judgment of the court of our lord the king proof can be given that he ought to lose that office as also the keepership of the castle of Lincoln, then he is to lose the same ; but, if not, he is to keep it, unless in the meantime an agreement can be come to relative thereto on some other terms. And the lord John is not to support him against the decision of our lord the king, nor is he to harbour such outlaws, or enemies to our lord the king, as shall be named to him, nor allow them to be harboured on his lands. But if any person shall be accused of any offence committed against our lord the king, it shall be lawful for the earl to harbour him in his lands so long as he shall offer to make due redress in the court of our lord the king. To maintain and observe this treaty of peace in good faith and without evil intent, the said earl, and chanceUor, and fourteen barons, on the two sides, have made oath at the hand of the said lord archbishop of Bouen ; namely, on the part of the chanceUor, the earl of Arundel, the earl of Salisbury, the earl Boger Bigot, the earl of Clare, "Walter Pitz-Robert, "WUliam de Braove, and Roger Fitz-Bemfray ; and, on the part of the earl, Stephen Bidel, his chanceUor, WiUiam de "Wendenal, Eobert de la Mare, Philip de Lurcester, "William de Kahannes, GUbert Basset, and WiUiam de Montacute. And if within the time of the truce anything shaU have been taken or intercepted on either side, it shaU be lawfully returned and made good. And this treaty has been made, saving in aU things the authority and commands of our lord the king ; but so that if, before his re tt 2

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