Bertrand a#39;s property restored. ... the king addressed him in these words : aquot; Sir Bertrand, sir Bertrand, thou hadst good right to lose thy wits for my sona#39;s sake ... I restore to thee, moreover, my friendship and good graces ... ct acacramentis cpnflrmatam inter Ricbardum et Gaiifridura et Johannom fllios suos coram Alicnorfi regina, matre eorum. ... Richarda#39;s turn to form friendship with the king of France, against the will of his father. ... He sent frequent messages into France to call his son home.
|Title||:||History of the Conquest of England by the Normans|
|Author||:||Augustin Thierry, Charles Claude Hamilton|