Pope Clement III writes to Everard, abbot of Holm Cultram, taking the monastery into his protection; all the possessions and goods which they have or may acquire by papal permission, by the liberality of kings or the gifts of the faithful, may remain with the abbot and his successors, including from the gift of Henry, king of England, all the island of Holm, and Raby, by stated marches; the granges, possessions, free entry and exit in the whole forest of Englesbad, pasture and mansuras within the moors of Kalo, and all other easements and customs indulged by the same king, and established by his charter. Outside the island of Holm, from the gift of Cospatric, son of Orm, and Thomas, son of Cospatric (of Workington), the land and grange of Flimby (Cumberland), with common pasture with the neighbours of the same place, as contained in their charter; the chapel in the same Flimby and the land of the chapel for which the mother church received an exchange at value by the said Cospatric, owner of the estate, being favoured by Adam, persona at that time, and the surrendering by the same Adam of the teinds of the said chapel, and by Robert, then archdeacon of the diocese, the bishopric being vacant, the same summoning witnesses to his confirmation charter, before many clerks and laymen. From the gift of the same Cospatric, the land of Kelton (Cumberland); the liberties of the same land, from the gift of William, the earl, and Cecilia, the countess of Albemarle, as in their charters. From the gift of Thomas, son of Cospatric, one net in Derwent with vicinity, and one fishery in Derwent, and one maysuram on the bank of the same river, just as his charter bears witness; the land and grange in the territory of Kirkby Thore (Cumberland), as the charters of the donors bear witness; the liberties of the same land indulged by the gift of Richard, king of England, and established by his charter. In Ireland, whatever Earl Richard [de Clare of Pembroke] and John de Courcy and other nobles have bestowed. He recites the duties and privileges of the Cistercians, including those granted by Innocent, Eugene, Alexander, Lucius, Urban and Gregory, his predecessors.