Ackowledgement by Henry Earl of Lancaster and Leicester relating to Robert de Hoton'
Acknowledgement by Henry Earl of Lancaster and Leicester and Steward of England, witnessing that whereas the Abbot and Convent of Coumbe have granted at his special request to Robert de Hoton', one of his Couriers (Corours), a livery (liuereson) in their house for the term of his life, he, the said Earl having regard to the good will and bounty of the said religious men, now grants for him and his heirs that what they have done of their own free will for the said Robert shall not turn to the prejudice of them or of their house in future. Dated at the Castle of the said Earl at Liuerpull' on Saturday on the morrow of the Feast of St. James, 17 Edward III. Seal on tongue: circular, red. The arms of Henry, 1st Duke of Lancaster. Three lions passant with a label of three points for difference. Legend: SIGILL' ---