Lateran Regesta, 417
1445-1446

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'Lateran Regesta, 417: 1445-1446', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 9: 1431-1447 (1912), pp. 477-487. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103444 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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15 Eugenius IV (cont.).

De Diversis Formis.

1445[–6].
Prid. Id. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 7d.)
To John Wendesley, archdeacon of Stafford in Lichfield, I.U.B. Grant to him (who was formerly dispensed successively by papal authority, as the son of a married knight and an unmarried woman, (i.) to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure, (ii.) to hold any benefices with or without cure compatible with one another and with the said benefice, and to resign them, simply or for exchange [Cal. Lett. VII., p. 519 (fn. 2) ], and who has taken the degree of I.U.B. in the university of Oxford) that in future graces from the apostolic see he shall not be bound to mention the said defect. Litterarum sciencia, vite etc. (An. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | An. xxviii. de Adria.) [See below, f. 279d.]
1445[–6].
5 Id. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 19d.)*
To the dean of the church of Achonry (Aquaden.). Mandate, at the recent petition of Maurice Omulmocori, clerk, of the diocese of Kilmore (Tyburnien.)—containing that in divers rectories or churches and other rural benefices situate in the deaneries of Drumlaan and Datraie in the said diocese, and belonging to the episcopal mensa of Kilmore and to the abbatial mensa of the Augustinian monastery of Kells (de Censis, rectius de Kenlis) in the diocese of Meath, through the fault of the clerks to whom the said rectories or churches and benefices have been wont to be let or rented under a yearly pension, and of the laymen to whom the rural tithes thereof have been similarly let or rented, divine worship has almost entirely ceased; and that the hospitality which the said Maurice ought to keep up by reason of certain ecclesiastical lands which he holds has become impossible on account of the slenderness of the rents of the said lands and of his other burdens—if the facts be as stated, and if the bishop of Kilmore and the abbot of the said monastery consent, and if the said churches benefices and tithes be not at present rented or let, or as soon as such grants have ceased, to grant and assign the same for life to the said Maurice, under the wonted yearly cess, to be paid to the said bishop and abbot. Vite etc. (An. and Ja. de Vicentia. | An. x. de Adria.)
1445[–6].
Prid. Id. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 20d.)
To William Hill, priest, of the diocese of Exeter. Dispensation to him (who was formerly dispensed, as the son of unmarried parents, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure, and, after having been so promoted and having obtained a canonry of the church of St. Cross, Crecon' [sic], in the diocese of Exeter and the prebend called the bursal prebend therein, to hold one other benefice compatible with the first, after which he obtained the parish church of St. Michael, Clyst, in the same diocese, all (fn. 3) of which he afterwards resigned) to receive and hold the said canonry and prebend and church and any other benefices with or without cure, compatible with one another, and to resign all, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Vite etc. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. xxxx. de Adria.)
1445.
3 Kal. Dec.
St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 23d.)
To Henry the Sixth, king of England. Confirmation and approbation, at his recent petition (containing that, having founded and endowed the royal college of the most glorious Virgin Mary, Eton by Windsor, he has erected and purposes to endow another college of the same most glorious Virgin and St. Nicholas in the university of Cambridge, with the necessary offices, for a provost and seventy scholars, of whom one shall be vice-provost, and that he desires it to have reasonable and convenient statutes and ordinances), of all that has been done in the matter of the said other college; with authority to the king to make and modify such statutes and ordinances, and inhibition of their infringement by any persons of whatever rank soever, except the pope. The pope further grants that the provost and scholars may have a common chest and seal (fn. 4) and all other insignia of a college, and that the king may assign to the provost, vice-provost and scholars a habit to be worn at divine offices and in the university, and that the provost may, at the said times and otherwise, wear an almuce of grey. (fn. 5) Cunctorum largitori. (An. and B. Roverella. | An, cccxxxx. [de Adria]. Nota quod de ista taxa est satisfactum domino Mattheo cubiculario sanctissimi domini nostri, ut patet ex quadam cedula manu sua scripta et in capsa mea recondita, An. de Adria.)
[There are ten corrections in the margin, the first subscribed 'Cassatum et correctum de mandato domini B[artholomei Roverella] archiepiscopi Ravennatensis [olim episcopi Adriensis], An. de Adria,' the rest being more briefly subscribed 'Cassatum et correctum ut supra, An.' or simply 'An.'] [See below, ff. 233–236d.]
Ibid.
(f. 24.)
To the archbishop of York and the abbots of Westminster without the walls of London and St. Albans. Mandate, exemplifying the preceding, to cause, at the request of the above king or other interested person, the above statutes to be inviolably observed, proceeding by ecclesiastical censure, etc., without appeal. Hodie nostre littere. ([An.] and B. Roverella. | An. Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape de Adria.)
1445[–6].
13 Kal. March.
St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 24d.)
To Gilbert Forstare, archdeacon of Brechin, M.A. Dispensation to him (whom Martin V dispensed to hold for five years two benefices with care or otherwise incompatible, even if dignities, etc., but not major dignities in cathedral nor principal in collegiate churches [see Cal. Lett. VII, pp. 345, 346], who is by both parents of a race of barons, and who holds the said archdeaconry, which is a non-major dignity with cure, to which a canon and prebend are annexed, and whose value does not exceeed 18l. sterling, and a canonry and prebend of Aberdeen, value not exceeding 12l. sterling) to hold for life the said archdeaconry and any benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if a parish church or a perpetual vicarage, or an elective dignity, even if major or principal, etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, provided that he do not hold two parish churches. Nobilitas generis, litterarum etc. (T. and G. de Elten. | T. xxv. de Teruisio.)
1445.
7 Id. Oct.
St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 44d.)
To the dean of Moray. Mandate to collate and assign to Alexander Lychton, priest, of the diocese of Aberdeen, M.A. and I.U.B., the hospital called God's house near Elgin, in the diocese of Moray, which has long been wont to be assigned to secular clerks as a perpetual benefice, (fn. 6) and which was originally founded for the maintenance of poor brothers and sisters, on whose voidance by the resignation of James Innes its rector to John, bishop of Moray, that bishop committed it, temporarily and under certain conditions, to John Boyl, priest, of the said diocese, who has by his proctor William Lyel, perpetual vicar of Inchin in the diocese of Aberdeen, ceded the said commission to the pope, so that the said hospital, which is without cure and consists of temporal estates, (fn. 7) and whose yearly value does not exceed 10l. of old sterlings, is still void as above. Dignum etc. (An. and G. Gonne. | An. xxvi. Sexto Id. Januarii Anno Quintodecimo. de Adria.) [3 pp.]
7 Id. Oct.
St. Peter's, Rome.(f. 70.)
To Ralph, elect of Down. Faculty to him, to whom the pope has lately (fn. 8) made provision of the said see, to be consecrated by any catholic bishop assisted by two or three others. The consecrator shall thereafter receive the usual oath of fealty, according to the form enclosed, and cause it to be sent (destinare procures, rectius procuret) to the pope by Ralph's (tuas) letters patent sealed by Ralph's (tuo) seal; without prejudice to the archbishop of Armagh's rights as metropolitan. Cum nos pridem. (An. and Cyprianus. | An. xvi. de Adria.)
10 Kal. Oct.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 72.)
To the abbot of Caldyr in the diocese of York. Mandate, at the recent petition of the inhabitants of the valley of Eschdale in the diocese of York—containing that the houses or farms (domus siue mansiones) which they inhabit are ten miles of those parts or more distant from the parish church of St. Bee (sancte Bigie) in the deanery of Coupland (Copulandie) in the said diocese, and that there intervene two broad (grossis) waters and three streams (rivulis), which swell in rainy and winter weather, so that they cannot conveniently go thither for christenings, burials, divine offices, sacraments and sacramentals; and adding that the rector of the said church has sufficient for his support, and that if the chapel of St. Catherine the Virgin situate in the said valley were erected into a parish [church], and if they were allowed to have burials therein and in its cemetery, and a baptismal font, it would be to their great benefit—if he find the facts to be as stated, and if the priest of the said chapel consent, (fn. 9) and after compensation has been made to the said parish church, to erect the said chapel into a parish church with cemetery, font, bell-tower and bells and other parochial insignia, etc. Regimini universalis ecclesie. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. xxxx. de Adria.)
1445[–6].
3 Non. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 138.)
To the archbishop of York, the bishop of Bath and the archdeacon of Hainaut in Liége. Mandate, at the recent petition of William, bishop of Lincoln—containing that upon John Macwarth, dean of Lincoln, alleging that he had appealed to the apostolic see from certain grievances etc. set forth in a process between him and the said bishop about subjection and jurisdiction etc., although he had unjustly opposed the said bishop and molested him etc., the pope committed the cause (fn. 10) to Master Malatesta de Capitaneis, a papal chaplain and auditor, who pronounced a definitive sentence in favour of the bishop, pronounced the said oppositions, molestations, etc. unlawful, imposed perpetual silence on the said dean, released the bishop from further proceedings by the dean, (fn. 11) and condemned the dean in the costs, which he afterwards taxed at 20 gold florins of the camera; and adding that the bishop doubts whether the dean will obey the said sentence—solemnly to publish the aforesaid, not to allow the bishop to be in future proceeded against or molested by the dean in regard to the said matter, (fn. 12) cause satisfaction to be made to the bishop in respect of the said costs, invoking the aid of the secular arm, etc. Exhibita nobis. (An. and Anselmus. | An. xii. de Adria.)
1445.
4 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 210.)
Confirmation, at the recent petition of Thomas Chichele, archdeacon of Canterbury, of the composition made by Thomas [Arundel], sometime archbishop of Canterbury, about wills in the city and diocese. The pope exemplifies the said composition, Univ. sancte etc. In partem solicitudinis, dated in the archbishop's palace of Canterbury, 26 March, the morrow of the Annunciation, 1397, the first year of his translation, which state ..., in the church of Canterbury, are dated as above [as in Reg. Lat. C. ff. 165 sq., Cal. Lett. V., pp. 483–485.] Ad fut rei mem. Regimini universalis. (An. and Jo. de Steccatis. | An. l. de Adria.) [6 pp.]
3 Kal. Dec.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 233.)
Indult, at the petition of Henry the Sixth, king of England, that the provost and scholars of the royal college of the most glorious Virgin Mary and St. Nicholas, which he has erected in the university of Cambridge (fn. 13) for a provost and seventy scholars, may, as long as they study therein, take and rent, let, etc. to any persons, even laymen, the fruits etc. of anysoever their benefices, with or without cure, except only the daily distributions. Ad perp. rei mem. Exacte perscrutantes consideracionis. (An. and B. Roverella. | An. Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. de Adria.) [See above, f. 23d.]
Ibid.
(f. 234.)
To the archbishop of York and the abbots of Westminster without the walls of London and St. Albans in the diocese of Lincoln. Mandate, exemplifying the preceding letters, to execute them. Hodie nostras concessimus litteras. (An. and B. Roverella. | An. Gratis de mandato [domini nostri pape]. de Adria.)
Ibid.
(f. 234d.)
Indult, at the petition of the above king, who has erected and endowed the above college (fn. 14) for a provost and seventy scholars and their servitors and ministers, that the said provost and the fit priests by him deputed, secular or regular, as often as they hear the confessions of the said scholars and servitors and ministers, and that the confessors whom the said provost shall choose, as often as they hear his confessions, (fn. 15) may absolve them and him from all their sins, etc., from all sentences of excommunication, etc., except in cases reserved to the apostolic see, and once even in such reserved cases, enjoin penance, dispense on account of irregularity contracted by celebrating mass, etc., when under such sentences, and rehabilitate them, and moreover commute their vows, except those of visiting the Holy Land, the shrines of SS. Peter and Paul, Rome (de Urbe) and St. James in Compostella; and that the said provost may grant to the said scholars and servitors and ministers, and one of the said confessors to the said provost, being contrite and having confessed, plenary remission of all their sins, once only, in the hour of death; with the usual clause 'Et ne quod absit' against abuse of the said plenary indulgence, the clause requiring fasting every Friday for a year, etc. Ad fut. rei mem. Pastoris eterni. (An. and B. Roverella. | An. Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. de Adria.)
Ibid.
(f. 236d.) (fn. 16)
Indult, at the petition of the above king, who has founded and endowed the above college (fn. 17) for a provost and seventy scholars, one of them being vice-provost, with servitors and ministers, that there may be therein a chapel and a cemetery, which may be consecrated by any catholic bishop; that mass, etc. may be celebrated by fit priests, even before daybreak and when the said place [of Cambridge] is under interdict; that the sacraments may be administered to the said provost, scholars and servitors and ministers, and that they and others who wish, may be buried therein; that the provost and the scholars whom he shall present as fit may, as long as they live in the college, be promoted to all, even holy orders by any catholic bishops; that the provost, or other fit priest approved by him, may reconcile the said chapel and cemetery; that the provost and scholars shall not be bound to assign to any other the canonical fourth or any other portion of any legacies etc., or hear mass, etc., or receive the said sacraments or make any oblations in any parish churches within whose bounds the college is situate, or pay any tithes to the rectors of such churches on account of lands etc. within such bounds, all oblations made by any faithful within the said college being converted altogether to their uses; with grant that the provost shall, in regard to the execution etc. of the wills of the said scholars and servitors and ministers, and the subprovost in regard to the execution etc. of the wills of the provost, have the same authority and power in such matters as the diocesans, etc. Ad fut. rei mem. Quoniam litterarum studiis. (An. and Roverella. | An. Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. de Adria.)
1445[–6].
5 Non. March.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 237d.)
To the bishop of Norwich. Mandate to dispense Geoffrey Pawe of Great Cressyngham, layman, and Katherine [daughter] of Geoffrey Rewet, of his diocese, to remain in the marriage which they formerly contracted per verba legitime de presenti in ignorance that Geoffrey's mother had been Katherine's godmother at her baptism; decreeing (decernendo) legitimate the offspring born, if any, and that to be born of the said marriage. Oblate nobis. (Chri. and G. de Elten. | Chri. xvi. Coronen.)
Ibid.To the archbishop of York. Mandate, after imposing penance, to dispense John Whitteby, 'vestment-macer,' citizen of York, and Margaret Bulmer, of noble birth, of his diocese, who have more than once committed fornication together, to marry notwithstanding that they are related in the third degree of affinity; proclaiming (nunciando) legitimate the offspring to be born of the marriage. Oblate etc. (Chri. and G. de Elten. .| Chri. xxiiii. Coronen.)
Ibid.
f. 241d.)
To John Forest, dean of Wells. Indult to him, who is in decrepit age and blind, to choose a coadjutor as often as he pleases or need is. Tue devocionis meritis. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. xx. de Adria.)
1445.
Prid. Non. Dec.St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 246d.)
To David Stewart, a canon of Ross, M.A. Dispensation to him (who is a kinsman of James, king of Scots, and has been dispensed by papal authority, on account of illegitimacy as the son of the late earl of Mar and Garviach, then married, and a married woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold any compatible benefices with and without cure, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased) not to be obliged, in future beneficial and other graces etc. from the apostolic see, to mention the said defect. Litterarum sciencia, vite etc. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. xxxvi. de Adria.)
1445[–6].
7 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 254d.)
To Walter Lyhert, elect of Norwich. Faculty as above, f. 70 to Ralph, elect of Down, mutatis mutandis. (fn. 18) Cum nos nuper. (An. and Ja. de Vicentia. | An. xvi. de Adria.)

16 Eugenius IV.

1446.
5 Id. Aug. (fn. 19)
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 258d.)
To the bishop of Bath and Wells. Mandate, at the petition of John Lymyngton, layman, and Agnes Dygon, of his diocese (containing that whilst the late Richard Dygon was married to Agnes, he acted as godfather at the baptism of a son of John, and that on Richard's death, the said John and Agnes forgot it and contracted marriage per verba legitime de presenti several years ago), to dispense them to remain in the said marriage, notwithstanding the impediment of spiritual relationship arising from the aforesaid, proclaiming (nunciando) legitimate the offspring to be born of the said marriage. Oblate etc. (An. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | An. xx. de Adria.)
1445[–6].
Prid Id. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 272.)
To Ralph Stanley, rector of Walton' in the diocese of Lichfield and Coventry. Indult to him, who is of noble birth, during seven years to take, and to rent, let etc. to any persons, even laymen, the fruits etc. of the said parish church and of any other his benefices, whilst studying letters at an university. Nobilitas generis, vite etc.
Concurrent mandate to the prior of Ston' in the diocese of Lichfield, the dean of Lichfield and the official of London. Nobilitas etc. (Chri. and G. Gonne, A. de Cortesiis. | Chri. xvi. xviii. Coronen.)
Ibid.
(f. 273d.)
To William Dygon, rector of SS. Peter and Paul's, Uplyme, in the diocese of Exeter, M.A. Indult to him, who has studied theology for some time, to hear the confessions of the parishioners of the said and of any other parish churches which he shall hold, absolve them from their sins etc., except in cases reserved to the apostolic see, and enjoin penance. Injunctum nobis. (Chri. and G. Gonne. | Chri. xxx. Coronen.)
18 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 277.)
To Gilbert Forstare, archdeacon of Brechin, M.A., a papal acolyte. Licence and faculty to resign without the Roman court two of his benefices, present or future, simply or for purpose of exchange, to the ordinaries or any other prelates, without requiring any other licence of the apostolic see; and for such ordinaries and prelates to receive such resignations and those of the persons with whom he wishes to exchange, and to carry out such exchange, or to collate the benefices which he resigns simply. The camera is to be informed of names and dates. Grata familiaritatis. (An. and Ja. de Vicentia. | An. xxviii. de Adria.)
7 Id. March.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 279d.)
To John Wendesley, archdeacon of Stafford in Lichfield, I.U.B. Dispensation to hold together for life the said archdeaconry, which is a non-major dignity with cure [value not stated], and any benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, and hold instead two other incompatible benefices, even if two parish churches; notwithstanding the pope's late ordinance to the contrary [see above, p. 5] etc. Litterarum etc. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. xxxx. de Adria.) [See above, f. 7d.]

16 Eugenius IV.

1446.
9 Kal. May. (fn. 20)
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 287.)
To John Sendale, rector of Bethom, (fn. 21) in the diocese of York. Indult not to be bound for seven years, whilst studying letters at an university (provided that he be ordained sub-deacon within a year from the present date), to be promoted to any other holy orders. Vite etc. (An. and Ja. de Ugolinis. | An. xxv. de Adria.)

15 Eugenius IV (cont.)

1445[–6].
7 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 290.)
To William Hauart, clerk, of Rouen. Dispensation to him, who is in his twenty-second year, and a continual commensal member of the household of Richard, duke of York, to receive and retain the parish church of Franqueville (de Francquevilla) in the diocese of Rouen, to which he has recently been presented by the said duke; notwithstanding the said defect of age. Vite etc. (An. and G. de Elten. | An. xx. de Adria.)
1445.
8 Id. Nov.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 305d.)
To all faithful. Relaxation (the pope having learned that at the town (villam) of Newport in the diocese of St. Davids, which is situate in the remoter part of Wales and the bounds of the earth, (fn. 22) and has a very famous seaport, there is a certain stone bridge, great and sumptuously built, under which the water of the sea ebbs and flows daily in great abundance, and by which alone people have been wont to cross from the said town to the greater, more fertile and more useful part of all the territory of the said town, as also from thence to the city of St. Davids; but that the said town has long been diminished in its inhabitants and means by pestilences and divers other sinister events, so that it is feared that unless help be forthcoming the said bridge will go to ruin) of seven years and seven quarantines of enjoined penance to penitents who on the 27th day of February and the 16th day of June (on which 16th day the commemorations of St. Richard, bishop and confessor, and SS. Ciricus and Julita, martyrs, are celebrated in the parish church of the said town) visit the said church and give alms for the repair or conservation thereof, and of the chancel contiguous thereto, and of the said bridge; and of a hundred days to those who on the said two days or on any other days of the year, or one of them, give alms for the repair or conservation of the said bridge, each time they do so; with indult to those who visit the said church on the said two days or one of them and pay to the said repair or conservation of the said bridge, in person or by others, if rich one pound sterling, if of moderate means half a pound, and others a quarter of a pound or as much in other money or in other things and goods, or work or cause work to be done at the foregoing rate, that the confessors, secular or regular, which each of them, after having thus visited and paid or worked, shall choose, may grant them, being contrite and having confessed, plenary remission of all their sins in the hour of death; with the usual clause 'Et ne quod absit' against abuse, and the usual Friday fasting for a year clause, etc.; and faculty to Richard Caunton, rector of the said church, doctor of civil law, who understands and intelligibly speaks English, Welsh and Latin, and to his successors, who likewise understand and speak, to hear, by themselves or other fit priests, secular or regular, appointed by them, the confessions of all who visit the said church on the said two days or one of them and lend helping hands as above, and to grant them absolution, except in cases reserved to the apostolic see, and enjoin penance. The pope ordains that the oblations made in the said church by those who visit it on the said days shall be converted to its repair and that of the said chancel, or of one of them, in accordance with an ordinance to be made by the rector for the time being; but that the money and goods which shall arise from the said relaxation of a hundred days of enjoined penance and from the said plenary remission shall be converted solely to the repair etc. of the said bridge, in accordance with an ordinance to be made by the rector of the said church and the wardens of the bridge for the time being, all expenses which shall be incurred having been first deducted therefrom. The present letters shall last for three years only as far as regards the grant of the hundred days' indulgence, and in perpetuity as far as regards the other indulgences and the rest of the aforesaid, and the pope strictly forbids them to be sent about by questuarii. Ecclesiarum et ecclesiasticorum locorum. (An. and G. Trapezuntius. | An. lxx. de Adria.)
1445[–6].
14 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's, Rome. (f. 307.)
To the official of Glasgow. Mandate, at the recent petition of Robert Turnbul, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow (containing that he bound himself under pain of excommunication etc. to repay to some merchants following the Roman court a loan, but that on account of poverty he has not paid within the stipulated time; and that after the pope's transfer of the General Council from Basle to Ferrara and thence to Florence, and sentences of excommunication etc. against the disobedient, he remained at Basel, adhered to the so-called General Council there, and obtained letters therefrom which he used and executed), to summon the said merchants and others concerned, and if he find that Robert has made satisfaction to them in respect of the said sum, or if they consent, to absolve him, if he recognise and publicly profess that the pope is the true pope, from the said sentences etc., enjoining penance; dispense him on account of irregularity, rehabilitate him, and dispense him to retain his present benefices and receive other compatible benefices, and use any dispensations which he may have received. Solet sedis apostolice. (An. and G. Gonne. | An. xxx. de Adria.)

Footnotes

1 On the back of the volume is the usual modern 1445. An. XV. (corrected from XIV.). Eugenius IV. A flyleaf has, in different contemporary hands, '3us. de diuersis [formis] anno XV. Eugenii pape 4' (a like contemporary description occurring also, as usual, on the bottom edge of the volume, hardly legible), 'R(ecipe) Henrice', 'Rubricatus est 1446 die xxix Octobris' and in a modern hand 'Eugenii pape 4, no. 205.'
2 i.e. Reg. Lat. CCLXXII, f. 78, where the word 'compatible' does not occur.
3 omnibus.
4 archam necnon sigillum communiter.
5 almutio de griseo uti.
6 in titulum perpetui beneficii.
7 quod sine cura est, et quod ex prediis temporalibus prease [sic] exist[it], cuiusque fructus ...
8 According to Eubel, Hierarchia, Vol. II, ad. loc., provision was made to 'Radulphus Aderle, O. Er. S.A.' on 26 April, 1445.
9 et ad id eiusdem capelle presbiteri consensus accesserit.
10 ... peticio continebat quod alias dilecto filio Johanne Macwarth decano ecclesie Lincolniensis pretendente se a quibusdam grauaminibus et excepcionum legitimarum non admissione, necnon eius ad dictum episcopum remissione ac expensarum condemnacione et certis aliis in habito processu desuper expressis, occasione subjectionis jurisdictionis et aliarum rerum tunc similiter expressarum, ad sedem apostolicam appellasse, licet ipse propterea se contra justiciam eidem episcopo opposuisset, illumque molestasset vexasset et perturbasset inquietasset et eciam impediuisset, Nos ad eius instanciam causam desuper ... commisimus...
11 ac prefatum episcopum ab impeticione dicti decani absoluendum fore et absoluit.
12 non permittatis occasione prefata dictum episcopum ab ipso decano deinceps quomodolibet impeti uel molestari ...
13 in loco Cantebrigie Eliensis diocesis qua generale studium viget. The word loco is cancelled by A(ntoniu)s, and universitate is substituted in the margin and subscribed 'Cassatum et correctum de mandato domini B. archiepiscopi Ravennatensis, An. de Adria. Cf. above, f. 23d.
14 The word loco is again cancelled as in the preceding, and corrected in the margin to universitate, the subscription here giving to B. Roverella his office of secretary:—Cassatum et correctum de mandato domini B. archiepiscopi Ravennatensis Secretarii, An. de Adria.
15 quod prepositus predictus et ab eo pro tempore deputandi sacerdotes ydonei seculares vel regulares quociens ipsorum scolarium seruitorum et ministrorum presentium et futurorum, ac eciam singuli quos dictus prepositus in confessores elegerit eius confessiones audierint ipsosque eorum quemlibet ab omnibus suis peccatis ... absoluere ... valeant.
16 There is no f. ccxxxv, f. ccxxxiiii being followed immediately by f. ccxxxvi.
17 The same correction from loco to universitate is made as in the preceding indult, with the same subscription: Correctum ... Secretarii, An. de Adria.
18 Here also with destinare procures.
19 The date was 1445[–6], Pridie Idus Januarii anno 15. This is corrected in the margin to 1446, 5 Id. Augusti anno 16, the correction being subscribed: Cassatum et correctum ut supra (i.e. de mandato reuerendissimi domini F[rancisci Condulmari episcopi] Portuensis vicecancellarii, An. [de Adria].
20 The date is corrected in the margin from 1445, 5 Non. Martii anno 15 to 9 Kal. Maii anno 16, the correction being subscribed: Cassatum et correctum ut supra (i.e. de mandato reuerendissimi domini F[rancisci Condulmari episcopi] Portuensis vicecancellarii, An. de Adria.
21 Substituted in the margin for 'Holme super Trentam,' which is cancelled, the correction being subscribed: Cassatum et correctum de mandato ... vicecancellarii, An. de Adria, as above.
22 in remotiori parte Wallie ac in limitibus terre consistentem.
00 On f. 243d. is the cancelled fragment:—'Eugenius etc. venerabili fratri archiepiscopo Armachan[o], et dilectis filiis decano ac archidiacono ecclesie Armachar(um) [sic], salutem etc.'—i.e. address and salutation only. In the margin: Anselmus.