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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 468

A.D. 1199. DISPUTE OF THE CHtTECHES OF TOURS AND D0L. 467 leave was given thera to sell a gallon of white wine for eightpence, and a gallon of red wine for sixpence ; and so the land was filled with drink and drinkers. In the same year, when William, king of the Scots, was purposing to invade England with an army, he went to the shrine of Saint Margaret, the former queen of the Scots, at Dunfermline, and passed the night there; on which, being warned by a Divine admonition not to invade England with an army, he allowed his army to return to their homes. In the same year was decided that most ancient dispute between the churches of Tours and Dol, as to the metropolitan rights which the church of Dol claimed against the church of Tours, in the following manner : Our lord the pope Celestinus, of blessed memory, had determined that, with the Lord's assistance, in his time an end should be put to this most ancient and most lamentable dispute, which had been carried on between the churches of Tours and Dol. Accordingly, for this purpose he had appointed to each party a peremptory day, on which, being sufficiently provided with all their reasons which they might consider that they should be in want of at the trial, all appeals, delays, and excuses laid aside, they were to appear in the Apostolic presence. But, inasmuch as it was not granted from above that the above-mentioned question should be settled by him (for he was removed from the world before the appointed time had arrived), our lord the pope Innocent, formerly Lothaire, cardinal deacon of Saints Sergius and Bachus, on succeeding the said lord Celestinus, adopting the commencement that had been made by his predecessor relative to the above-mentioned question by the citation of the parties, and wishing by a discussion on the matter, with the help of the Lord, entirely to put an end thereto, for the same reason, gave orders that the parties should repair to the Boman Church, in order that the said matter might be brought to an end by him, if, perchance, Divine Providence should spare him. Because the archbishop of Tours at this time was labouring under very great infirmity in all his body, he. did not appear in person in presence of the Supreme Pontiff ; however, he took care to send discreet and prudent" men in his place, namely, the chanceUor of his church and three of his fellow-canons, together with some otherpersons. Accordingly, the bishopof Dol elect, and the before-named commissioners of the said archbishop, having

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