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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 512

men, on condition that he will allow them to remain in possession of all their rights. Also, as to the earl of Flanders and the earl of Boulogne, it shall be thus arranged ; the earl of Flanders shall hold that which he holds in our territory, and we shall continue to hold of the earl of Boulogne what we now hold, that is to say, the demesnes, fiefs, and other things which are in the hands of the count of Pontigny, which fiefs and demesnes shall remain to us and to the count of Pontigny ; and all which the earl of Flanders holds of us, he shall do homage to us for the same. Also, if the earl of Flanders, or any one of our liegemen, who are or ought to be rafhlr uégemen of ourselves than of the king of England, sffiïïlflïëmpt To do us any evil or injury, the king of England shall not be at liberty to aid them against us, and to support them, nor we, in like manner, his liegemen, who are or ought to be rather liegemen of him than of ourselves, saving always the contents before mentioned of this present treaty of peace. Among these covenants, the king of England has also made a covenant that he will give no aid to Otho, either with money or with troops, or with knights, or in any other way, unless with our consent. As to Arthur, it is thus arranged, that the king of England shall not deprive him of the fief or of the demesne of Brittany on thisside the sea of England, except upon the lawful judgment of his court. The king of England has given us sureties by his liegemen whose names are underwritten—Baldwin, earl of Aumarle, AVilliam, earl of Pembroke, Hugh de Gournay, William de Humezt, constable of Normandy, Robert de Harcourt, John de Pratelles, William de Kay, and Guarine de Capuin —who have made oath to the following effect, that they will come over to us with all their fiefs on this side the sea, if the king of England shall not observe this treaty of peace and covenant as arranged. We also have given sureties by our liegemen, whose names are underwritten : Robert, count de Dreux, Geoffrey, count de Perche, William Garland, Bartholomew de Boye, Gervaise de Chastel, Walter Chamberlain, the father, and Urso, his son, Philip de Leuns, and Walter Chamberlain the younger: who have in like manner made oath that they will go over to that king with all their [fiefs] if we shall not observe this treaty of peace, as the same has been arranged. And further, we and our pledges before named have sworn strictly and faithfully to observe the same in good faith, and without any evil intent whatsoever. And that this same may be of lasting va

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