From Manx Soc vol IV,VII & IX
OF SAFE CONDUCT, FOR THE KING OF MANN AND THE ISLANDS.
THE King, to all bailiffs and his faithful subjects, etc., greeting. Know that we have taken under our safe and sure conduct, our beloved friend, Olave, King of Mann and the Islands, whilst coming into England to confer with as, whilst tarrying there, and in departing thence. Therefore we command you, that ye make no impediment, loss, or grievance, nor suffer any to be made, to the aforesaid king and his people whom he may bring with him, neither whilst coming to England, during his stay here, nor when departing hence, as aforesaid. In testimony whereof, we have caused these our letters to be made patent and to endure until the Feast of St. Peter ad vincula. In the 19th year of our reign. Witness the king at Windsor the 13th day of April.
By the King himself.
The same has letters of conduct, under the same form, addressed to Tyi. son of Gerold, justice of Ireland, and to all his bailiffs and faithful subjects in Ireland, to endure until the term aforesaid, this being added, that they do not make, nor cause to be made, any injury, hinderance, nor grievance to the said King, in his lands and possessions, in the meanwhile. Witness as above.
DE CONDUCTU PRO REGE MANNIÆ ET INSULARUM.
19 HEN. III.
REX omnibus ballivis et fidelibus suis, etc., salutem. Sciatis quod recepimus in salvum et securum conductum nostrum dilectum amicum nostrum Olavum, Regem Manniæ et Ipsularum, in veniendo in Angliam ad loquendum nobiscum, ibi morando et inde recedendo.
Et ideo vobis mandamus quod prædicto Regi et hominibus suis, quos secum duxerit in veniendo in Angliam, ibidem morando, et inde recedendo, skut prædictum est, mullum faciatis, ant fieri permittanns impedimentum, dampnull aut gravamen. In cujus rei testimonium has litteras nostras fieri fecimus, duraturas usque ad festum Sancti Petri ad vincula. Anno regni nostri decimo nono.
Teste Rege, apud Windesor', decimo tertio die Aprilis. Per ipsum Regem.
Idem habet litteras de conductu, sub elidem formå, directas M. filio Geroldi, justiciario Hibernize, et omnibus ballivis et fidelibus suis de Hibernia, duraturas llsque ad terminum prædictum hoc adjecto; quod interim prædicto Regi, de terris et possessionibus suis, non faciant, aut fieri permittant dampnum, molestiam, aut gravamen.
Teste ut supra..