Having returned from there, we came to the C4SteUut/1. of, Mont-St-:' .
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Jean, which Ragenardus had invaded and held. However, at,the urging of his nephews Walo and Gislebert and others whom the king had sent to retake the stronghold, Ragenardus sent his son to the king as a hostage. The king, at the urging of Ragenardus's kinsmen and of his own brother Hugh [the Black],
ordered that the hostage be received and granted a truce to Ragenardus. All
the others who were with Ragenardus he left bound to him by an oath.