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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 368

A.D . 1195. BOBEET, ABBAT OP TOTTBNAY, IS DEPOSED. 367 perform that duty : or in case all shall happen to neglect so to do, let the metropolitan of the bishops, with the aid of the Lord, dispose thereof, without any gainsaying on their part. Accordingly, on the authority of this enactment, and underthe protection of the privilege granted to the church of York by the indulgence of pope Celestinus the Third, the said dean and chapter of York asserted that to them belonged the presentation of the aforesaid archdeaconry, and of the other benefices vacant in the church of York, to which their archbishop had not presented within the time fixed by the council of Lateran. But the deputies of the archbishop of York, namely, Master Gerard de Bowelle, and Master Honorius, made appeal against this privilege, and renewed the appeal which their lord the archbishop had made on his departure, in regard to the state of his church, before the legate and the whole synod ; and although in that privilege it was stated to be one without appeal, the legate stiB deferred to the appeal of the deputies of the archbishop of York. In the same year, WiBiam, king of the Scots, feB Bl at a vili of his, the name of which is Clackmannan, and named Otho, son of Henry, duke of Saxony, and nephew of Richard, king of England, his heir to the kingdom of the Scots, upon eondition that the said Otho should marry his eldest daughter, and take her with the kingdom. Although the king had a great many who consented to his wishes herein, stiB earl Patrick and many others opposed them, saying, that they would not receive the daughter as queen, because it was not the custom in that realm that a woman should possess the kingdom, so long as there was a nephew, or brother, of her race, who might, according to law, possess the kingdom. However, shortly after, by the mercy of God, the king of the Scots recovered from his iUness, abiding in the same determination that he had made, as to giving his daughter in marriage to the said Otho, together with his kingdom. In the same year, Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, legate of the Apostolic See, and justiciary of the whole of England, deposed Robert, abbat of Tournay, he protesting against the same, and appealing to the presence of our lord the pope; and he kept him in prison and in irons for a year and a half, at Gloucester. In the same year, the said archbishop, as justiciary of the whole of England, sent throughout England a form of oath to be taken as follows :

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