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King William requests Archbishop Lanfranc and Bishop Geoffrey of Coutances to settle the matter of sake and soke between Bishop Wulfstan of Worcester and Abbot Walter of Evesham to as it was on the day when King Edward last took geld for the construction of a ship. The case should be heard before Bishop Geoffrey acting in Williamís place, and Bishop Wulfstan is to have fully his right and the houses which he claims against the abbot in Worcester. All those who hold his lands should be prepared to perform royal service and the bishopís.
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