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LIST OF THOSE TO WHOM PARDON WAS OFFERED BY THE KING,

1261.

Earl of Leicester, Earl of Norfolk, Earl of Warenne, W. Bardulf, Hugh Despenser, J. Fitz-Alan,

J. Fitz-John,
H. of Hastings,
Roger Mortimer,
N. de Segrave,
R. de Vipont.

LIST OF THOSE WHO PROMISED TO SUBMIT TO LOUIS' ARBITRATION,

1263.

Royalist. Prince Edward,

R. Fitz-Peter, Earl of Hereford,

R. Foliot, Earl of Norfolk,

A. of Geremuth, Earl of Warenne,

J. de Gray, Henry of Almaine,

W. de Latimer, William of Valence,

R. de Leyburn, J. of Alditheley,

P. Marmion, John Balliol,

R. Mortimer, W. of Basingburn,

J. de Muscegros, Philip Basset,

R. de Nevile, Hugh Bigod,

H. de Percy, R. de Brus,

R. de Sumery, W. de Brus,

J. de Vaux, R. de Clifford,

J. de Verdun, H. l'Estrange,

A. de la Zuche. J. Fitz-Alan,

Bishop of London,
Bishop of Worcester,
Earl of Leicester,
W. Bardulph,
R. Basset (Sapcote),
W. le Blond,
H. Bohun (jun.)
J. de Burgh,
W. de Coleville,
Hugh Despenser,
J. Fitz-John,
R. de Gray,
H. of Hastings,

Baronial.

G. de Lucy,
W. Marshall,
H. de Montfort,
P. de Montfort,
S. de Montfort (jun.),
W. de Munchanesy,
A. of Newburgh,
R. de Ros,
N. de Segrave,
R. de Toney,
J. de Vescy,
R. de Vipont,
B. Wake.

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NAMES OF THOSE KNOWN TO HAVE TAKEN PART IN THE BARONS

WAR,' 1264.

Royalist. Prince Edward,

R. de Clifford, Earl of Hereford,

J. de Gray, Earl of Warenne,

R. de Gray, Henry of Almaine,

J. Fitz-Alan, William of Valence,

R. Mortimer, J. of Alditheley,

J. de Vaux, D. de Barentin,

W. de la Zuche. Hugh Bigod,

Baronial. Gilbert, Earl of Gloucester,

G. de Furnival, Earl of Leicester,

W. de Furnival, H. of Basingburn,

H. of Hastings, J. of Bracebridge,

R. de la Hide, R. of Bruton,

P. de Montfort, P. de Covel,

P. de Montfort (jun.), J. of Craunford,

R. de Montfort, A. Despenser,

S. de Montfort (jun.), J. Despenser,

H. de Montfort, H. Despenser,

G. de Montfort, B. of Drayton,

H. of Penbregg, J. Estormy,

N. de Segrave, J. l’Estrange,

R. of Sutton, W. of Eylesford,

H. de Tywe, W. d'Eyville,

R. de Watervil, R. Fitz-Walter,

J. de Wiavil.

CUSTODES PACIS APPOINTED BY THE BARONS, 1264 G. de Argentine,

R. Fitz-Nigel, J. de Aur, (?)

B. de Gowiz, R. Basset (Drayton),

W. Marshall, R. Basset (Sapcote),

J. de Marevil, W. de Beauchamp,

H. de Montfort, W. de Bovil,

T. of Muleton, J. de Burgh,

A. of Newmarket. O. de Dunant,

J. de Plesseys, G. of Ellesfend,

R. of Stradeley, H. Engaine.

R. de Toney, T. of Estleys,

W. de Tracy, G. d'Escudemor,

R. de Vernon, J. d'Eyville,

J. de St. Waleric. J. Fitz-John,

1 This list must of course be very incomplete. Many more than are mentioned in the chronicles must have taken part.

NAMES OF LAY BARONS SUMMONED TO PARLIAMENT, JAN. 1265. Earl of Derby,

J. Fitz-John, Earl of Gloucester,

G. de Gaunt, Earl of Leicester,

H. of Hastings, Earl of Norfolk,

G. de Lucy, Earl of Oxford,

W. Marmion, R. Basset (Drayton),

W. de Munchanesy, R. Basset (Sapcote),

A. of Newmarket, R. Bertram,

R. de Ros, R. de Camoys,

N. de Segrave, W. de Colville,

R. de St. John, Hugh Despenser,

J. de Vescy. J. d'Eyville,

Sumnioned to receive Judgment. Earl of Warenne,

Peter of Savoy, William of Valence,

Hugh Bigod.

Received safe-conduct. John Balliol,

R. de Neyile, P. de Brus,

and ten others from the north. A. of Geremuth,

NAMES OF BARONS KNOWN TO HAVE FOUGHT AT EVESHAM.

Earl of Leicester,
R. Basset,
J. de Beauchamp,
Hugh Despenser,

Killed.

W. de Maundeville,
H. de Montfort,
P. de Montfort (sen.)

H. de Bohun (jun.),
H. of Hastings,
J. Fitz-John,

Wounded and taken.

G. de Montfort,
P. de Montfort (jun.),
J. de Vescy.

ARBITRATORS WHO DREW UP THE DICTUM OF KENILWORTH, 1266.

First elected. Bishop of Bath,

R. de Sumery, Bishop of Exeter,

R. Waleran, Bishop of Worcester,

A. de la Zuche.

Appointed by the above. Bishop of St. Davids,

J. Balliol, Earl of Gloucester,

P. Basset, Earl of Hereford,

W. of Basingburn.

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APPENDIX IV.

PORTIONS OF AN OFFICE IN MEMORY OF SIMON DE

MONTFORT.

I have thought it worth while to add here an interesting fragment, not hitherto published, illustrative of the veneration in which Simon de Montfort was held after death. It consists of three hymns, and the special portions of a service, in which the memory of Earl Simon was hallowed, by some part of the Church at least, as that of a martyr. It seems that in this commemoration of him, and the setting apart of a day for that purpose, consisted that popular canonisation, which was forbidden by the Dictum of Kenilworth. I am indebted to the kindness of Mr. Bradshaw, of the University Library, Cambridge, for the copy of the MS. It was made from the last leaf but one of MS. Kk, 4, 20, in that Library, a volume which in the fourteenth century was in the Cathedral Library at Norwich. Mr. Bradshaw says : The hand-writing is of the time of Edward I, or thereabouts. The three hymns are probably those used at First Vespers, at Matins, and at Lauds, and the Suffragium was probably the Commemoration at Lauds.'

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Rumpe celos et descende

capud ihesu martirum, Signis sacris et ostende

comitis martyrium ; Arma, scutum, comprehende

contra uires hostium.

Heu dolorum nos multorum

torquet infor[tu]nium : Simon cesus cadit lesus

anglie presidium, Comes fidus regni sidus,

decus et flos militum.

3. Est iactura nimis dura

regno et ecclesie : Simon fortis casum mortis

causa rei pupplice Sumit, cadit dum inuadit

prelium perfidie.

5. Quis anglorum nunc regnorum

tuetur prudencia ? Militaris expers paris

premitur prestancia. Plebi cleri forma ueri

cedit sapiencia.

4. Juris sator exstirpator

fuit iniusticie, Effugator et dampnator

fraudis et iniurie, Pacis dator et seruator

plebis et ecclesie.

6. Tu, qui pro salute mundi

HYMN II.

I.

& Mater syon iocundare,

tantum decus dilatare : tibi uenit nouus dare

noua martyr gaudia.

2.

crucis pressus pertica, Da fost casum putibundi

fati sit in gloria Simon celi letabundi

per eterna secula. Amen.

4. Presul thomas, ueritatem se[r]uans, dampnat prauitatem, pungnans dedit libertatem

qua floret ecclesia.

Comes symon thomam querit,
causam thome simon gerit,
et cum thoma falsas terit

leges per martyrium.

5.
Israelis symon murus,
plebi clero profuturus,
pro utroque pungnaturus,

dura passus prelia.

3. Thomas tytan orientis, simon sydus occidentis, uir uterque pie mentis

pungnat pro iusticia.

6.
Nunc uterque pugil fortis,
post occasum dire mortis
in agone sacre sortis,

migrat ad celestia. Amen.

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