||Ęthelwulf 1 sent envoys [Anonymi 1190] to ask Louis 1 to grant him permission to travel through Francia on his way to Rome on pilgrimage. He also warned Louis 1 to devote even more careful attention and concern to the salvation of the souls of those subject to him. For the minds of the English had been quite terrified by a the vision of a certain pious priest [Anonymous 403].
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||Verum post sanctum Pasha imperatori in Frantia repedanti rex Anglorum legatos misit, postulans per Frantiam pergendi Romam orationis gratia transitum sibi ab imperatore tribui, monens etiam curam subiectorum sibi erga animarum salutem solicitius impenden
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||839, after Easter [April 6]