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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 330

A.D. 1194. LETTER OF DROGO, ANSELM, AND URSIN. consent of both kings, met between VernueU and Tiliers, for the purpose of a conference, in order to treat upon a truce between them ; on which an agreement was made between them upon the terms hereafter stated. The Letter of Drogo and Anselm on the truce made between t7te kings of France and England. " Drogo de Merlot, constable of France, Anselm, dean of Saint Martin at Tours, and TJrsin, chamberlain of our lord the king of France, to all to whom these present letters shall come, greeting. Know ye, that, by command of our lord Philip, king of France, we have made oath, and have, as his envoys, by our hand pledged our faith, that our lord the king of France shall observe the truce as here underwritten, and the covenants of the said truce. Now, the said truce has been made on the following terms :—Our lord the king of France, God so disposing him, at the prayers of the cardinal and of the abbat of Cisteux, grants to the king of England and his people a truce, and further grants that he may, if he shall be so disposed, fortify Nieubourg, Driencourt, Concas, and Breteuil. The other fortresses which were dismantled in the war, either by the king of France or by their own people, shall not be repaired during the time of this truce, unless it shall so happen that they are repaired during a peace which shall be made between the king of France and the kinV of England. The king of France and his people shall be inali respects in the same position as to their tenures in which they were on the day on which the/truce was made. As to the VaPEodol, the following shall be the terms agreed on : The king of Prance shall hold the Yal Bodol in such manner as he has hitherto done, that is to say, Eodol itself, and the whole of that towTi, with the churches; also Lovers, Aquigenere, Laire, and the other places as far as Haie Malherbe, and as far as Pont d'Arches. But from Haie Malherbe and beyond, and from Pont d'Arches and beyond, shall belong to the king of England. Also, as to aB the fortresses which the king of France shall hold on the day of this truce, it shaB be agreed as follows : the king of France shaU, during the continuance of the truce, fortify, or destroy, or burn the same if he shall think fit; and he shall be at liberty to act according to his wiB and pleasure as to all the lands which he holds. Tho king of England shaB in like manner fortify, or destroy, or burn aB the fortresses which ho shaB

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