A year after that, king Henry remembered that Iorwerth ap Bleddyn was in prison. And he sent messengers to him to ask him what he would give for being released from prison. And because of the great weariness and length of imprisonment he promised more than he could come by, and said, “Whatsoever he wishes I shall give him.” And he demanded as hostages Iorwerth and Ithel, sons of Rhiryd, his brother, and three hundred pounds of silver, which he was to pay in whatsoever form he could, in horses, in oxen, in other things. And then Henry, son of Cadwgan by the Frenchwoman, his mother was given as hostage, and a hundred marks were paid for him. And his territory was given to Iorwerth, and he paid much, and Cadwgan then released him.