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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 459

over to the duke ; but sent word to hirn by earl David, his brother, that he must wait with patience until such time as the duke should come into England. In like manner, John, duke of Normandy, sent word to William, king of the Scots, by Eustacede Yesci, his son-m-lawjthat on his return to JSngiandf he would satisfy~hlnin5n~^~hîs^emands, if in the meantime he would keep the peace towards himself. In the meantime, Master Honoriua, who, through the royal power and the malice of the dean and chapter of York, had been deprived of the archdeaconry of Richmond, which Geoffrey, archbishop of York, had conferred on him, was received in the said archdeaconry by the clergy of the said archdeaconry, who swore to him fealty and canonical obedience, after expelling the officers of Eoger of Saint Edmund's, who had been intruded by means of the royal power and the authority of the dean and chapter of York. On the other hand, the dean and chapter of York excommunicated the before-named Honorius and his abettors for such presumptuous conduct ; on which the duke of Normandy ordered that all the rights of the church of York should remain in the same state in which they were on the day on which his brother Richard, king of England, had been alive and dead. Shortly after, the said duke John crossed over from Normandy into England, and landed at Scorham,35 on the eighth day before the calends of June, being the third day of the week, and, on the next day, that is to say, on the vigil of the Ascension of our Lord, came to London, for the purpose of being crowned on the following day. Accordingly, upon the arrival of the before-named duke, there assembled in London Hubert, archbishop of Canterbury, John, archbishop of Dublin, the archbishop of Ragusa, 'William, bishop of London, Gilbert, bishop of Rochester, John, bishop of Norwich, Hugh, bishop of Lincoln, Eustace, bishop of Ely, Godfrey, bishop of Winchester, Henry, bishop of Exeter, Sefrid, bishop of Chichester, Geoffrey, bishop of Coventry, Savaric, bishop of Bath, Herbert, bishop of Salisbury, Philip, bishop of Durham, Eoger, bishop of Saint Andrew's in Scotland, and Henry, bishop of Llandaff, Robert, earl of Leicester, Richard, earl of Clare, William, earl of Tewkesbury, Hamelin, earl of Warenne, William, earl of Salisbury, William, earl of Striguil, Walran, earl of Warwick, earl Roger Bigot, William, earl of 8 3 Shoreham.

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