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Notification of the King's grant to Hubert Walter of an annual fair at the manor of Northfleet

Identity

B90

Title

Notification of the King's grant to Hubert Walter of an annual fair at the manor of Northfleet

Beneficiary

Hubert Walter (archbishop of Canterbury 1193-1205) (People)

Date of issue

18 November 1201

Place of issue

Argentan (Places)

Sources

B = Lambeth Palace Library ms. 1212 (Archbishopric of Canterbury cartulary) fo. 25v (10v, p.46) no.11, s.xiii ex.
C = Ibid. fo.101r (83r, p.194), s.xiii med.

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Comment

Transcription

Ioh(anne)s Dei gratia rex Angl(ie) dominus Hibernie dux Norm(annie) et Aquit(anie) et com(es) Andeg(auie) archiepiscopis, episcopis, abbatibus, comit(ibus), bar(onibus), iustic(iis), vic(ecomitibus) et omnibus ball(iuis) et fidelibus suis salutem.  Sciatis nos pro salute nostra et pro animabus antecessorum et successorum nostrorum concessisse et presenti carta nostra confirmasse venerabili patri nostro Huberto Cant' archiepiscopo et successoribus eius unam feriam apud Northflete in crastino Assumptionis beate Marie incepturam et per quindecim dies duraturam, habendam et tenendam in perpetuum.  Quare volumus et firmiter precipimus quod predictus archiepiscopus et omnes successores sui post ipsum habeant et teneant predictam feriam bene et in pace, libere et quiete, integre, plenarie et honorifice cum stallagio et theloneo, pesagio et tronagio et cum omnibus aliis libertatibus et liberis consuetudinibus ad huiusmodi ferias pertinentibus salua libertate ciuitat(is) Lundon'.  Hiis test(ibus): W. episcopo Emilicen', Rob(ert)o com(ite) Leicestr', Petro de Pratell', Rob(ert)o de Haiecurt, Hug(one) de Neuill', Petro de Stok', Ric(ard)o de Reuiers, Huberto de Burg' camerar(io) nostro.  Dat' per manum Simon(is) archid(iaconi) Welln' apud Argentom' xviiiº. die Nouembr(is) regni nostri anno tercio.

Calendar

Notification that the king has granted to Hubert archbishop of Canterbury a fair at Northfleet, beginning on the morrow of the Assumption of the Blssed Virgin Mary and lasting for fifteen days.

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