People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 1/26/2 (Stevenson, Ills., 28-9)

King Henry to bishops of Glasgow and Moray, and Walter Olifard, justiciar of Lothian, and Henry de Balliol; writes noting that after he had last written to their lord, Alexander, king of Scots, as to sending his own envoys to meet those of Alexander at Doncaster, to treat of peace, certain rumours became known to him, which prevented him from sending W[illiam], bishop-elect of Valence, and Simon de Montfort. Thus he sends to meet them W[alter], archbishop of York, and his sworn-man J[ohn] de Lacy, earl of Lincoln and constable of Chester, and William of Raleigh, treasurer of Exeter, to whom he has committed plenary powers to treat with them.
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27 March 1237
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27th day of March [regnal year 21]
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Stevenson, Illustrations, 28-9
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Stevenson, Ills., 28-9
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Letters patent

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
27 Mar. 1237 Correspondence concerning peace yes Henry III, king of England (d.1272)