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'Index of Subjects', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 11: 1455-1464 (1921), pp. 878-907. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103792 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Abbots and abbesses, blessing of, and indults to be blessed by any bishop, 4, 35, 68, 73, 74, 225, 265, 295, 311, 322, 342, 445, 460, 461, 481, 487, 492, 506, 510.

- See also Elections; Illegitimacy.

Absolution, indults and faculties to grant, 9, 146, 152, 170, 291, 386, 387, 406, 408, 418, 420, 442, 443, 494, 504, 536, 647, 657.

- See also Age; Cases; Confession; Confessors; Excommunication.

-, plenary, granted by a papal legate to those who fell in arms against Henry VI, 676.

Abstinence, vows of, 126, 513, 520, 627, 688.

Acolytes, papal, 24, 104, 278, 387, 456.

-, -, limitation of number of, 62 note.

Adultery, of lay persons, 188, 671.

-, of religious, 445.

-, of secular clergy, 39.

Advowsons, dispute about, 307.

-, grants of, to religious houses, 30, 43, 50.

Age, absolution for creation as a notary public and exercising that office before the lawful, 106.

-, absolution for promotion to holy orders and ministering therein before the lawful, 390.

-, defect of, dispensations on account of:—

(i) to be promoted to holy orders, and to hold and exchange benefices with cure, 10, 12 (ter), 26, 98, 371.

(ii) to be promoted to bishoprics, 30, 31, 373, 469.

(iii) to hold benefices in commendam, 2, 46.

(iv) to hold benefices, and resign or exchange them, 100, 169, 208, 236, 247, 292, 371, 372, 396, 414, 433, 546, 555, 556, 566, 621, 632, 642, 660, 664, 665.

(v) to be promoted to religious houses, 204, 265.

-, -, collations to hold good in spite of, 555 (bis).

-, -, faculties for bishops and nuncios to dispense on account of, 23, 37, 83.

-, -, voidance on account of, 274.

Alms, collection of, by friars, etc., 7, 115, 608.

-, statute regarding the employment of, 54.

- See also Poor, the.

Almuce, 645.

-, of grey, 235, 540.

-, of vair, 547.

Altars, portable, indults to have, and faculties to grant such:—

for lay persons, 37, 89, 130 (bis), 131 (ter), 186 (bis), 190, 225 (ter), 226 (5), 227 (ter), 228 (8), 229, 296 (bis), 297 (bis), 299, 360, 361 (bis), 365, 369, 372, 514, 519, 543, 568, 592, 593, 638, 659, 674, 687.

for clergy and religious, 86, 90, 100, 108, 121 (bis), 127, 162, 179, 186 (ter), 189, 190 (ter), 225, 226 (5), 513, 514, 537, 552, 566, 572, 627, 632, 678 (bis), 687.

Alternativa , a faculty so called, 525note.

Amalech, 403.

Ambassadors, from the pope. See Legates; Nuncios.

-, to the pope. See Clementis, Vincent.

Annates, 63, 404, 412, 498 note, 640, 647, 685. See also Firstfruits.

Anniversaries, 241.

Antique concertatoni , extravagant commencing, 512.

Apostasy, 690.

Apostolic see, appeals to:—

English, 121, 123, 129, 133, 135, 160, 161, 167, 180, 196, 233, 271, 320, 537, 598.

Irish, 244, 252 (bis), 312, 327, 353, 385, 440, 463, 477, 489.

Scots, 109, 205, 258, 262, 336, 378, 395, 413, 439, 455, 483, 484, 485, 498, 502, 510, 511, 659, 679, 682.

foreign, 486, 497.

-, chapel immediately subject to. See Westminster, St. Stephen's.

-, death at, 471.

- See also Religious houses; Reservations; Roman Court.

Appeals, to the court of the official of Canterbury, 121, 598.

-, to the court of the archbishop of Armagh, from the episcopal court of Meath, 243.

- See also Apostolic see.

Appropriations:—

by authority of the ordinary, 49, 50, 60, 63, 66, 82, 131–2, 138, 290, 373, 379, 389, 433, 478, 548.

by papal authority, 43, 63, 70, 397, 403, 406, 413, 428, 447, 467, 541, 656, 668, 691.

-, annulled, 414, 426.

-, excessive number of, in the diocese of Whiteherne, 113, 380.

Arbitration, 200, 243, 336, 389, 511, 533, 609, 610–614.

-, bond to abide by, 611.

Archbishops. See Bishops.

Archdeacons, expenses incurred by, in their visitations, 636.

-, indults to, to visit by deputy, 26, 72, 87, 189, 234, 368 (bis), 371, 382, 497, 528, 650.

-, jurisdiction of, 32, 691–693.

-, -, exemption from, 197.

Archpriestships, 158, 173, 432, 488, 561, 594, 596, 660.

Arrouaise, house of the order of. See Clontuskert.

Auditors of the apostolic palace and papal chaplains, 233, 439.

- See also Bonarli, Orlandus; Bosco, master Bernard de; Caveisrubeis, Peter de; Cesarinis, John de; Didaci de Coca, John; Fondera, William de; Grassis, master Anthony de; Josso, master John; Ludovisis, master Lewis de; Mella, John de; Mucciarellis, master James de; Obizis, John de; Pontanus, master Lewis; Theramo, master Gasper de; Valle, master Peter de; Valle, Simon de; Walling, master John.

Augustinian canons, belonging to houses not mentioned, 25, 28, 61, 134, 181, 185, 202, 213, 221, 224, 284 (bis), 341, 342, 486, 492, 499, 502, 524, 570, 625.

-, habit of, 111.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Arbury; Bath; Bolton; Bridlington; Brinkburn; Bruton; Carlisle; Christchurch; Colchester; Combwell; Darley; Dorchester, co. Oxford; Dunstable; Guisborough; Hexham; Huntingdon; Kenilworth; Keynsham; Kyme, South; Lanercost; Leeds, co. Kent; Lincoln, St. John the Evangelist in the diocese of; London (St. Bartholomew, Smithfield); Markby; Massingham, Great; Maxstoke; Mottisfont; Nostell; Plympton St. Mary; St. Denys (in Southampton); Southwark (St. Mary); Stafford; Studley; Taunton; Thurgarton; Trentham; Waltham Abbey; Warter.

in Ireland. See Abbeyderg; Aghmacart; Annaghdown; Armagh; Aughrim, co. Galway; Aughris; Ballinskelligs; Ballintober; Ballysadare; Bangor; Canon Island; Clare; Clogher; Clones; Cloontuskert; Cong; Cork; Cross; Crossmolina; Derrane; Drumlane; Dublin (All Saints); Dungiven; Enniscorthy; Ferns; Fertagh; Gallen; Greatconnell; Inchmacnerin; Inishmurray; Inniscronane; Innisfallen; Kells, co. Antrim; Kells, co Meath; Killagh; Kilmorena-Sina; Limerick; Londonderry; Louth; Mayo; Molana; Monaincha; Mothel; Navan; Rathkeale; Roscommon; Saints Island, co. Longford; Trim; Tuam; Waterford.

in Scotland. See Edinburgh; Inchaffray; Inchcolm; Jedburgh; Monymusk; Oransay; Restennet; Scone.

in Wales. See Carmarthen.

abroad. See de Bossia; SaintAntoine - de - Viennois; de Valle.

Augustinian canonesses, houses of. See Gracedieu; Graney.

Augustinian friars, belonging to houses not named, 174, 294, 357, 682 note.

-, houses of. See Clare; London (St. Augustine): Stamford.

-, letters to, 143 note.

-, prior general of, papal letter addressed to, 143.

-, -, petition of, 143.

-, priors-provincial and friars of the order of, papal letters addressed to, 143.

-, -, petition of, 143.

- See also Bethlehemite; Cruciferi; Friars Hermits; Ireland.

Augustinian hospitals. See Arundel; Bridgwater; Dover; London (St. Bartholomew, Smithfield); London (St. Mary without Bishopgate); Oxford (St. John the Baptist); Southwark (SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr).

Augustinian order, licence for a Carmelite friar to migrate to, 631 note.

-, superiors of, Waltham abbey exempt from, 171.

- See also Arrouaise; Bonshommes; Cruciferi; Gilbertine; Grandmont (in I.P.P.); St. Bridget.

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Banker, papal, 416, 495, 670.

Baptism, chapels licensed for the administration of, 534, 535, 643.

Bells, 241, 326.

Benedictine monks, belonging to houses not named, 127, 567.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Abingdon; Alcester; Bath; Battle; Blyth; Boxgrove; Bristol; Burton upon Trent; Bury St. Edmunds; Canterbury (Christchurch); Canterbury (St. Augustine's); Chester; Colchester; Coventry; Dover; Durham; Ely; Evesham; Eynsham; Faversham; Folkestone; Glastonbury; Gloucester; Montacute; Nun Monkton; Ramsey; Reading; Rochester; St. Albans; St. Neots; Shrewsbury; Snellshall; Spalding; Tavistock; Tewkesbury; Thorney; Westminster; Winchcomb; Worcester; Wymondham; York (Holy Trinity); York (St. Mary without the Walls).

in Ireland. See Fore; Glascarrig; Waterford.

in Scotland. See Arbroath; Coldingham; Dunfermline; Fyvie; Iona; Kelso; Lindores; Pluscardine; Scone; Urquhart.

abroad. See Ratisbon; Reichenau.

Benedictine nuns, house of. See Newcastle upon Tyne.

Benedictine order, dispensation to remain in, 512.

-, houses of, churches in the diocese of Aberdeen appropriated to, 644.

-, -, in England, usage of, 5.

Benediction, privilege of granting, conferred on a prior, 293, 645.

Benefices, agreements to divide the fruits of, 252, 266, 283, 295, 420, 487, 490, 492.

-, appropriations of. See Appropriations.

-, becoming void in alternate months, faculty to make collation of, 525 note.

-, becoming void in certain months, faculty to make provision of, despite reservations, 593, 617.

-, compatible, dispensations to hold more than one, 46, 47, 74, 75, 94, 99, 102, 109, 125, 128, 156, 187, 204, 246, 261, 262, 268, 280, 329, 330 (bis), 345, 351, 364, 394, 400, 408, 410, 414, 417, 429, 440, 446, 504, 506, 617,

-, -, dispensations to hold two, notwithstanding the statutes of a chantry or college, 14, 119, 170, 594, 622.

-, doubtful value of, composition regarding, 80.

-, exchange of. See Exchange.

-, incompatible, dispensations to hold for life or for a term and to exchange, 4, 10, 12 (ter), 13 (bis), 15, 18, 22, 23, 24, 25, 27 (6), 33, 37, 38 (bis), 51 (bis), 52, 56, 60, 65, 67, 73, 75, 79, 85 (bis), 86 (bis), 87 (ter), 88 (ter), 89 (ter), 90 (ter), 91, 93 (bis), 94 (bis), 95 (ter), 99, 100 (bis), 102, 105 (5), 106, 110 (bis), 112, 122 (ter), 123, 124 (bis), 125 (bis), 126, 127, 128, 130, 132, 134 (bis), 140, 142, 143 (bis), 144 (bis), 145, 146, 147 (ter), 148 (bis), 149, 150 (ter), 151 (ter), 153 (bis), 154 (ter), 157, 158, 163 (4), 164 (bis), 165 (ter), 166 (bis), 167 (bis), 168 (bis), 169 (bis), 170 (bis), 171, 172 (bis), 173 (bis), 174 (bis), 175 (ter), 176 (ter), 177 (bis), 178 (bis), 179 (bis), 180, 182 (ter), 183 (ter), 184, 185, 189, 195, 235, 236, 249, 250, 251, 261, 279, 286, 287, 289, 292, 312, 317, 328, 332, 333, 345, 346, 347, 364, 365 (ter), 366, 367 (bis), 368 (bis), 369 (bis), 370 (bis), 372 (bis), 375, 376, 384, 390, 393, 395, 396, 397, 409, 421, 426, 428, 431, 458 note, 459, 464, 468, 485, 494, 498, 515 (ter), 516, 517 (ter), 518 (bis), 521 (bis), 522 (5), 523 (4), 526, 527 (ter), 528, 530 (bis), 531(4), 532, 533 (bis), 534 (ter), 536, 538, 539, 543, 544, 546, 548, 549, 551, 552, 553 (ter), 554, 555 (bis), 557, 558, 559, 561 (ter), 562 (ter), 564 (bis), 565, 566, 567, 568 (3), 569, 570, 571, 572 (ter), 573 (ter), 574 (ter), 575 (4), 577, 578 (bis), 579 (bis), 581 (ter), 582, 585 (bis), 586, 588 (4), 589, 590, 591 (4), 592 (4), 593, 594, (bis), 595 (ter), 600, 601 (bis), 602 (ter), 606, 607, 617, 621 (bis), 622 (bis), 623 (bis), 624, 625 (4), 626, 629 (ter), 630, 631, 632 (bis), 633, 634, 635 (bis), 636 (bis), 639 (bis), 640, 641 (ter), 642 (ter), 645 (bis), 646 (bis), 648, 650, 652, 653 (bis), 655 (4), 657, 660, 661 (bis), 662 (bis), 663, 664 (4), 665, 671 (ter), 673 (ter), 675, 681.

-, -, -, faculty to grant, 690.

-, -, See also Voidance.

-, intrusion into and uncanonical holding of, 201, 202, 210, 217, 218, 220, 221, 243, 245, 262, 273, 283, 288, 303, 309, 311, 313 (bis), 314, 315, 316 (bis), 317, 327, 333, 335, 336, 340, 350, 351 (bis), 352, 354, 356, 395, 409, 431, 435, 438, 461, 463, 476, 477, 480, 484, 491, 492, 502, 503, 508, 509, 576, 587, 669.

-, lapse of the collation of, by the statutes of the Third General Lateran Council, 35, 187, 202, 210, 211, 213, 216, 217, 219–221, 223, 243, 244, 250, 267, 273, 283, 288, 303 (bis), 306, 308, 316, 333, 351, 352, 356, 392 (bis), 394, 408, 417, 431, 435, 438, 468, 476, 488, 669.

-, made compatible, 587, 638.

-, removal from. See Deprivation.

-, secular, dispensations for religious to hold, 28, 51, 52, 70, 92, 93, 106, 111, 112, 114, 115, 118, 126 (bis), 127, 133, 134, 144, 145 (bis), 147, 149 (ter), 150 (bis), 154, 155, 156, 157, 162, 177, 185 (bis), 197, 370, 513 (bis), 518, 520 (bis), 521, 524 (ter), 525, 527, 530, 537, 538, 553, 558 (ter), 561, 563, 564, 565, 566, 567 (5), 569 (bis), 570 (ter), 571 (ter), 578, 579 (bis), 586 (bis), 587, 590, 592, 594, 597, 605, 606, 608 (bis), 620 (4), 621, 622, 623 (bis), 628 (bis), 629 (bis), 631 (bis), 634, 638 (bis), 629 (bis), 642, 649, 650, 651 (bis), 654, 657, 658, 660, 663 (bis), 672, 673, 674, 675, 697.

-, -, dispensations for religious to hold in commendam, 15, 513, 527.

-, unions of. See Unions.

-, voidance of. See Deprivation; Voidance.

Bethlehemite (Augustinian) friars, house of. See London (St. Mary's, Bethlehem).

Bishops in the universal church (i.e. without a diocese). See Bere, John de la; Levinston, Thomas de; Mothel, John; Peacock, Reginald; Purcell, Jordan; Stewart, James.

Bishops and archbishops, absolution etc. of, for heresy, disobedience etc., 77, 78, 178, 680 (bis), 681.

-, charge against, of destroying papal letters, etc., 489.

-, consecration of, 2, 30, 31, 46, 47, 57, 58, 261, 264, 291, 309, 310, 323, 324, 359 (bis), 360, 377, 453, 472, 473.

-, debt of, to the papal Camera, 669, 670, 676, 677.

-, deposition and degradation of, 529.

-, faculties to, to reconcile churches etc., by deputy, 267, 268.

-, faculty to, to interpret and add to the statutes of a collegiate church, 229.

-, forged proxy for the resignation of, 472.

-, grant to, to retain a priory until he get possession of his bishopric, 371.

-, imprisonment of, 207.

-, indult to, to have incumbents of benefices to sing in his chapel, 552.

-, indults to, to visit by deputy, 26, 43, 268.

-, inhibition of, from molesting abbots etc., 616, 643, 666, 667.

-, licenced to exercise their office in other than their own dioceses, 309, 323.

-, penalty of deprivation of, 490.

-, penalty of suspension and interdict of, 161.

-, refusal of, to institute, 395, 413, 453, 498, 605, 679.

-, restoration of, 78, 178.

-, right of collation to vicarages reserved to, 50, 139.

-, testamentary jurisdiction of, 156, 167.

-, untrue allegation of the death of, 58.

Bishop, suffragan and coadjutor. See Clerk, Richard.

Blessing of water, 659.

Bonds, for repayment of loans by the pope, 17, 19.

Bonshommes of God, a reformed branch of the Augustinian friars, of the order of the abbey of Grandmont (q. v.), houses of. See Ashridge; Edington.

Books, 137, 221.

-, heretical, 77, 529, 530.

-, lack of, 202.

-, missal, 137.

-, service, 92, 582, 603, 604, 643.

Burial, forbidden by a papal legate, to those of the Lancastrian party who fell in battle, 676.

-, indults for the right of, in a chapel or its cemetery, 116, 144, 327, 631, 643.

-, privileges regarding, granted to colleges, 378, 540.

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Camera , papal, 559.

-, an account of the proceeds of indulgences to be rendered to, 685.

-, annates due to, 404.

-, auditor of. See Vulterris, Gerardus de.

-, banker (depositarius) of, 670.

-, bulls expedited by, 44.

-, cess paid by an exempt abbey to, 95.

-, clerks of, 495.

-, -, mandates to, 26, 412.

-, - See also Canton, Richard; Forlivio, Antonius de; Gillifortis; Maciarellis, Jacobus de; Sulimannus.

-, collector of, in England, removal of, 680.

-, -, - See Clementis, Vincent.

-, -, in Ireland, appointment of, 684.

-, -, - See also Purcell, John, bishop of Ferns.

-, -, in Scotland, 104, 418, 436, 599.

-, -, -, to appoint confessors, 494.

-, -, -, to keep the second key of the alms-chest of Trinity College, Edinburgh, 494.

-, -, - See also Wyly, Richard.

-, collector general, of in England, appointment of, 682.

-, -, - See also Clementis, Vincent.

-, collector or sub-collector of, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, 554.

-, collector and sub-collectors of, 32, 688.

-, -, accounts of, faculties to compel the exhibition of, 31, 32, 688.

-, debts owed to, 669, 670, 676, 677.

-, fruits etc. due to, in England, 495, 695.

-, -, in Ireland, 45.

-, half the sums exacted in Scotland for simony to be paid to, 41.

-, lords of (domini de), 405, 462 (note), 684.

-, money lent to, 26, 376, 404, 412, 695.

-, names of persons collated by the ordinary to certain benefices to be sent to, 104.

-, notaries of. See Clementinus, Victorius; Piscia, Philip de; Vulterris, Gerardus de.

-, nuncio of, 653.

-, officers of, 436, 554.

-, one third of certain alms reserved to, 418, 494.

-, procurator-fiscal of, 669.

-, register of, copy of letters procured from, 399.

-, registers of, 444.

-, revenues of, bound for repayment of a loan, 17, 19.

-, -, in England, assignments upon, 376, 383.

-, scriptores of. See Capobianco, Raynaldus de; Neapoli, Rainaldus de; Zucheta, Baptista.

-, sub-collector of, in England. See Rudhale, Richard.

-, -, in the diocese of Lincoln. See Rath, William.

-, -, in the diocese of London. See Torkesey, John.

-, -, in the diocese of Salisbury. See Stretton, John.

-, -, in Ireland, 221, 222.

-, -, in Scotland, 104.

-, sub-collectors of, appointment of, 192, 193.

-, -, See also Camera, papal, collectors and subcollectors of, supra.

-, treasurer of, 495.

-, vice-treasurer of. See Regas, Bartholomeus.

Candles, wax, offering of, 613.

Canonical fourth (of legacies), exemption from obligation to pay, 540.

Canonical hours, 14, 486.

Canonization, of St. Osmund, 53, 54.

Canons regular. See Augustinian canons; Premonstratensian canons.

Captives, redemption of, 403.

Carmelite friars, belonging to houses not named, 53, 150, 172, 210, 309, 322, 520, 631 note.

-, houses of. See London (Fleet Street); Losenham; Oxford.

-, prior-provincial of England of. See Miluerton.

Carthusian order, house of. See Val-Saint-Georges.

-, vow to enter, 366.

Cases, reserved to the Pope, absolution from excommunication etc. in, 9, 84, 89, 112, 126, 146, 153, 170, 227, 297, 298, 299, 361, 367, 386, 417, 513, 514, 525, 536, 551, 561, 562, 593, 606, 617, 619, 627, 640, 649, 650, 658, 662, 687.

Cathedral churches, alms to be devoted to the repair of, 54.

-, canons of, custom of, in England, of wearing almuces of vair, 547.

-, -, duties of hospitality of, 636.

-, -, houses belonging to, 545.

-, chapter of, suspension of, 318.

-, community of, 302.

-, cure of souls transferred to, 75.

-, custom of, 259.

-, erection of a parish church into, 240.

-, grant of liberties to, 21, 22.

-, immunity of the territory around, 617.

-, residence in, 98, 577.

Cemetery, of a chapel, consecration of, 643.

-, of a college, consecration of, 540.

Celestine order, monk of, belonging to a house not named, 156.

-, house of. See Avignon.

Chalice and paten, of English gold, 191.

Chalices, blessing of, 95, 109.

-, provision etc. of, 92, 582, 604, 643, 668.

-, pawning etc. of, 221.

-, robbery of, 603.

Chamberlain, papal, 192, 193.

-, -, licutenant of, 192, 193.

Chamberlains, papal. See Hope, Thomas; Mezzarota Scarampi dell'Arena, Lewis.

Chancel, duty of repair of, 532.

Chancellor, lord (of England). See Waynflete, William.

Chancery, English, keeper of the Hanaper of. See Kirkeham, Robert.

-, -, masters of. See Faukes, John; Kirkeham, Robert.

-, papal, books of, 595, 602.

-, -, inspection of documents in, 16, 343.

-, -, inspection of papal letters in, 6.

-, -, officials of: —

computator taxe, 452, 664, 665, 672, 673.

distributor, 675.

rescribendarius, 619, 674.

-, -, regent of, constitution concerning the power of, 234.

-, -, - See also Mella.

John de, bishop of Zamora.

Chantries, 4, 14, 15, 28, 90, 102, 170, 175, 581, 606, 622, 645.

-, foundation of, 115, 478.

Chapels, 89, 203, 374, 507, 534, 630, 643.

-, collation of, 278.

-, endowment of, 326.

-, indult to institute priests in, to celebrate mass etc., 92.

-, licensed for baptisms, 643.

-, licensed for burials, 116, 144, 643.

-, statutes of, 334.

-, dependent on a parish church, 544.

-, for a confraternity in St. Paul's cathedral, London, 240.

-, free, 37, 102, 254, 527, 568, 607, 652.

-, in a monastery, foundation of, 637.

-, in parish churches, 115, 535.

-, of a college, consecration of, 540.

-, private, in the inn of a confraternity, 241.

-, See also Cure of Souls; Erections; Indulgences; Union of benefices.

Chapels royal, free, See London (St. Martin-le-Grand); St. Andrews (St. Mary Hugh); Westminster (St. Stephen); Windsor.

Chaplian, licence and faculty of an addintional, 326.

Chaplains, honorary papal, appointments of, 683 (bis), 684, 686 (bis).

-, -, privileges etc. of, 188, 192, 193, 683 (bis), 684, 686 (bis).

-, - See also Caunton, master Richard; Colston, Robert de; Dewe, Matthew; Douglas, William de; Ferraril, Anthony; Forster, Gilbert; Gunthorp, John; Guthre, Richard; Haukini, John; Murray, George; Potter alias Milam, Robert; Scherwode, William; Vuncan (or Buncan), John; Wardrope, John; Widerall alias Simson, William.

Chaplaincy, at an altar, 291. Seealso Chantries.

Churches. See Cathedral churches; Chancel; Colleges and collegiate churches; Parish churches.

Churching of women, 534.

Cistercian monks, belinging to houses not named, 3, 199, 345, 355, 432, 475.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Abbey Dore; Beaulieu; Bindon; Byland; Fountains; Grace Dieu, co. Monmouth; Hailes; Jervaulx; Kirkstall; Kirkstead; Louth Park; Meaux; Medmenham; Merevale; Newenham; Rivaulx; Robertsbridge; Roche; Rufford; Stanley; Stratford Langthorne; Swineshead; Vale Royal; Waverley; Whalley; Woburn.

-, in Ireland. See Abington; Assaroe; Baltinglass; Boyle; Corcomroe; Dunbrody; Fermoy; Holycross; Inishlounaght; Kilbeggan; Kilcooly; Kilshanny; Knockmoy; Leix; Macosquin; Mellifont; Middleton; Monasteranenagh; Monasterevan; O'Dorney.

in Scotland. See Balmerino; Coupar-Angus; Deer, Old; Dundrennan; Melrose; Newbattle.

abroad. See Citeaux; Riddegshousen; Rome (St. Anastasius); Salem

Cistercian order, bulls relating to, 557 note.

-, chapter-general of, the abbey of Coupar-Angus freed from an annual payment to, 678.

-, a monk of the order of Valdes-Choux transferred to, 322.

-, students of, 557 note.

-, English, Scotch, Welsh and Irish students of, 557 note.

Civil war, 89. See also Wars of the Roses.

Claustral prior88.

Clergy, married or bigamous, forbidden by the constitutions of the province of Canterbury to exercise the office of notary public, 9, 84, 106, 547.

Clock, 326.

Cluniac order, alienation of the obediences of, 559.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Bermondsey; Lenton; Montacute; Pontefract; Selby.

in Scotland. See Paisley.

abroad. See Cluny.

-, monk of, belonging to a house not stated, 28.

-, monks of, benefices wont to be governed by, 183.

-, provinces of, provision for the cost of visiting, 559.

Coadjutors, alleged, 472.

-, indult to a priest to appoint etc. by his own authority, 375.

-, mandates to appoint, 388, 425.

Coinage. See Crowns; Ducats; Ecus; Florins; Nobles; Tournois.

Collations and provisions by papal authority and confirmation of, and mandates to make by papal authority;—

(1) of secular benefices (dignities, canonries and prebends, parish churches etc.):—

in England, 44, 64, 372.

in Ireland, 10, 18, 32, 35, 49, 55, 56, 61, 74–5, 187, 206, 207, 208, 209 (bis), 210 (bis), 212 (ter), 213, 214 (bis), 215 (bis), 216 (ter), 217 (bis), 218, 219 (bis), 220 (ter), 221, 222, 223 (bis), 243, 245 (bis), 246, 247 (bis), 248 (bis), 249, 250, 251, 252 (bis), 253, 254, 255 (bis), 257, 259, 260, 265, 266 (bis), 267, 268, 272, 273 (bis), 274 (bis), 275 (ter), 276, (bis), 277 (ter), 279, 282, 283 (bis), 284 (bis), 286, 299, 301, 302, 303 (bis), 304 (bis), 305 (bis), 306 (ter), 308 (bis), 311, 313 (bis), 314 (bis), 315 (bis), 316, (ter), 317, 331, 333 (bis), 334, (bis), 337, 338, 339, 340, (bis), 345, 346 (bis), 348, 349, 350 (ter), 351 (bis), 352 (bis), 353, 354 (bis), 355 (bis), 356, 357, 374, 385, 386, 691, 393 (bis), 394 (bis), 398, 407, 408 (bis), 409, 410, 417, 420, 430, 431, 433, 435, 437, 438, (bis), 443, 444, 448, 451 (ter), 454, 463, 464, 466, 467, 468, 473, 475, 476, 477 (bis), 480, 482, 485, 486, 487, 488, 489, 490, 491, 496, 499, 501, 504 (bis), 508 (bis), 550 (6), 576, 587, 597, 607, 619, 628.

in Scotland, 2, 24, 25, 33, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 42, 46, 68, 108, 208 (bis), 211, 249, 256, 262, 267, 269, 271, 278 (bis), 279, 282, 286 (bis), 291, 300, 301, 303 (bis), 304, 305, 316, 320, 325, 332 (ter), 335, 336, 338, 339, 375, 380, 384, 396, 412, 416, 418, 420, 421, 422, 426, 427, 429, 430, 431, 439, 454, 455 (bis), 456 (ter), 457, 458, 460, 461, 465, 476, 480, 482, 484, 494, 498, 506, 510, 511, 516, 549 (bis), 577, 580, 588, 605, 679.

abroad, 24, 85, 270, 325, 462, 546.

(ii) of benefices in lay patronage, 260, 277 (bis), 283 (bis), 352, 372, 410, 426, 431, 433, 437, 439, 453, 454, 461, 463, 466, 475, 487, 489, 498, 504, 507, 605.

(iii) of religious houses:—

in Ireland, 11, 28, 201, 202, 203, 204, 288, 293, 307, 331.

in Scotland, 48, 74, 113, 330, 424, 426.

Collations and provisions, faculty to a papal nuncio to make, of benefices

(i) becoming void during his legation, 688.

(ii) becoming void by the death of members of his household, 688.

(iii) becoming void by resignation, 689.

Collations and provisions by authority of the ordinary, 11, 34, 85, 92, 104, 118, 120, 210, 222, 239, 243, 246, 277, 278, 307, 320 (bis), 333, 335, 350, 383, 384, 386, 390, 392, 412, 413, 427, 434, 438, 480, 488, 498 (bis), 560, 600, 635, 679.

-, -, faculties to make, in certain months, in spite of papal reservations, 593, 617.

-, -, doubtful validity of, 10, 56, 206, 207, 212, 247, 256, 257, 334 (bis), 336, 395, 454, 506.

-, -, null, 68, 221, 246, 274, 284, 285, 348, 462.

Colleges and collegiate churches, exemption of, from the jurisdiction of the ordinary etc., 9, 540.

-, foundation of, 69, 70, 117, 439, 540.

-, insignia, of, 439, 450, 540.

-, number of, in south Ireland, 246.

-, privileges etc. of, 540.

-, in England. See Cambridge (King's College); Chester, St. John's; Crediton; Eton; Hastings Castle; London, Corpus Christi by the church of St. Laurence Pountney; Shrewsbury (St. Chad), - Ottery St. Mary; Westbury on Trym; Wimborne Minster; Windsor Castle.

-, in Ireland. See Devenish.

-, in Scotland. See Abernethy; Bothwell; Corstorphine; Crichton; Dunglass; Edinburgh, Trinity College; Hamilton; Lincluden; Maybole; St. Andrews, St. Salvator at.

Commendam , grants etc. of benefices to bishops, religious, etc. in, 2 (bis), 15, 16, 33, 46, 57, 66, 79, 113, 148, 153, 154, 155, 172, 174, 181, 204, 214, 234, 237, 238, 294, 307, 322, 369, 370, 371–2, 379, 380, 388, 416, 418, 421, 422, 426, 436, 493, 513, 527, 530, 548, 550, 558 (bis), 569, 586, 590, 594, 608, 620 (bis), 624, 625, 636, 650, 651, 658.

-, -, revoked, 39, 46, 113, 380, 418, 422.

-, -, restoration of, 381, 418, 422.

Comorbanus , 321.

Concubinage, by religious, 265, 445, 481, 487, 492, 502.

-, by secular clergy, 39, 216, 223, 254 (bis), 260, 275, 285, 304, 393, 428, 437, 443, 451, 467, 476, 486, 580, 597.

-, -, sentence against, 314.

Confession, duty of a sub-dean to hear, 640.

-, faculties and indults to hear, and grant absolution, 9, 146, 152, 386, 387, 417, 494, 536, 561, 606, 619.

-, neglect of, 537.

Confessor, of the pope, 191.

Confessors, to hear confessions and grant absolution, indults to choose, for clergy and religious, 84 (6), 112, 126, 297, 298 (ter), 299 (ter), 361 (bis), 362 (ter), 367, 513, 521, 525, 551, 627.

-, -, -, for lay persons, 84, 170, 225, 296, 297 (bis), 298 (bis), 299, 361, 362 (ter), 514, 520, 521, 562, 593, 649, 650, 658.

-, -, faculty to grant indults for, 687.

Confirmation, by authority of the ordinary, of an agreement relating to a vicar's portion, 532, 633.

-, -, of the election of abbots, 3, 96, 132, 133, 502, 510.

-, papal, of agreements, 532, 585, 633.

-, -, of the appointment of a prior, 547.

-, -, of the appointment of a procurator, 576.

-, -, of appropriations and unions of benefices, 92, 338, 379, 389, 478, 507, 525.

-, -, of the awards of arbitrators, 389, 609.

-, -, of collations, 434, 555.

-, -, of the election of abbots, 35, 68, 103, 132–3, 416.

-, -, of the election of a vicar-provincial, 584.

-, -, of the exoneration of a religious house from the payment of a sum of money to the chapter-general of their order, 678.

-, -, of the foundation of chantries, colleges, hospitals etc., 114, 115, 117, 290, 376, 439, 450.

-, -, of a gift of land to a religious house, 238.

-, -, of the letters of an abbot and convent, 97.

-, -, of episcopal letters, 49, 60, 66, 131, 137–140, 229–232, 373, 376, 478, 638.

-, -, of papal letters, 6, 8, 28, 29, 30, 75, 104, 343, 386, 467, 539, 540, 541, 557, 560, 655, 667.

-, -, of royal grants, 21, 22, 539–543, 691.

-, -, of a judicial sentence, 100–101.

-, -, of the reformation of religious houses, 440.

-, -, of the sale of a house, 155.

-, -, of a sentence of divorce, 188.

-, -, of the sentence of a papal commissary, 419, 423.

-, -, of the separation of united benefices, 252.

-, -, of the statute of religious orders etc., 559, 640, 647 (bis), 652.

-, -, of statutes made by diocesan clergy, 648.

Confraternities. See Gilds.

Conjugal rights, restitution of, 671, 672.

Constitutions, papal, annotation of, 658.

-, -, exemplification of, 234.

-, -, regarding a fixed number of secretaries, 99.

-, -, of Pope John XXII ('Execrabilis'), breach of, 390, 391.

-, -, - See also Reservations.

-, - See also Boniface VIII; Calixtus III; Clement V; Nicholas V; Pius II.

-, of papal legates. See Otto and Ottobon.

-, provincial. See Canterbury and York.

Coroner, office of, 111.

Corrodies, abuse of, 96–7.

Corruption, 476.

-, security against, 11, 209, 436.

Costume, ecclesiastical (vestments etc.), 92, 95, 111, 114, 235, 357, 486, 500, 540, 547, 563, 612, 639, 642, 645, 663.

Council. See Basel.

County court, 111.

Cross, privilege of a legate de latere to have borne before him, 582.

Crown, pleas of the, 22.

Crowns, of the mint of the King of France, 678.

Cruciferi , or Crutched Friars, 52.

-, habit of, 114.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Boston; Burton Lazars; London, religious houses.

in Ireland. See Athy; Castledermot.

Crucifix, 137.

Crusade, Sancta Cruciata, preparations etc. for, 19, 20, 21, 31, 32, 59, 80, 81, 386, 387, 401, 402, 403, 412, 418, 494, 640, 647, 675–6, 689, 696 note.

-, vow of, 173.

Cure of souls, attached to a canonry and prebend, 374.

-, attached to a deanery, 376.

-, exercized by vicars, 52, 110, 187, 290, 312, 410, 415, 508.

-, to be exercized by a monk, 564.

-, neglect of, 349, 352, 500.

-, of persons dwelling near a chapel, 507.

-, provisions regarding, 232, 552.

-, transferred to a cathedral church, 75.

D

Datary, the, Datarius, compositions made with, 157, 624.

-, notes of, 550 note.

- See also Monteferrato, Cosmas de.

Dean, indult to, to visit by deputy, 517.

Deaneries, rural, 158, 173, 488, 561, 594, 596, 660.

Dedications to:—

All Saints. See Bideford; Dublin; Haslingfield; Hollesley; Lynn Regis; Maidstone; Shrule; Vange; Warham; Winchester; York.

- See also St. Mary and All Saints; and SS. Mary and Catherine and All Saints.

Christchurch. See Canterbury.

Corpus Christi. See Banada; London, collegiate churches.

God's house. See Arundel; Dover.

Holy Cross. See Crediton; Holycross; Waltham Abbey; Wybunbury.

- See also St. Cross.

Holyrood. See Edinburgh; Wood Eaton.

Holy Trinity. See Arundel; Ballintober; Coventry; Edinburgh; Lenton; Lough Key; Lough Oughter; Mottisfont; St. Andrews; Standford Dingley; Torre; Tuam; York.

Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr. See Rome.

Names of Jesus. See Baldock.

Relics of St. Iarlath. See Tuam.

St. Anastasius. See Rome; Winchester.

St. Andrew. See Abbots Ripton; Colonge; Gunton; Hexham; Lewes; Pershore; Rochford; Shrivenham; Vercelli; Worcester.

St. Anne. See Brislington.

- See also St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Anne, Catherine and Margaret.

St. Anscarius. See Bremen.

-, St. Anthony. See Saint-Antoine-de-Viennois.

St. Augustine. See Bristol; Canterbury; Darley; London, religious houses; Newcastle-upon-Tyne.

St. Benedict. See SS. Mary and Benedict.

St. Bernard. See Valencia.

S. Biagio (Sanctus Blasius). See Rome.

St. Botolph. See Boston; Colchester; London, parochial churches.

St. Brandan. See Kilmoe.

St. Bride or Bridget. See Abernethy; London, parochial churches; Rome; Urney.

St. Broganus. See SS. Choanus and Broganus.

St. Catherine. See Aughrim, co. Galway; Bicton; Waterford.

- See also SS. Mary and Catherine and All Saints; St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Anne, Catherine and Margaret; and St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Thomas the Martyr and St. Catherine the Virgin.

St. Chad (S. Sedde). See Shrewsbury; Wybunbury.

SS. Choanus and Broganus. See Mothel.

SS. Christopher and Martin. See Solomiac.

St. Clement. See Cardinal priests; Hastings; London, parochial churches.

St. Columba. See Iona; Kilcolmkill; Londonderry.

St. Crisogonus. See Cardinal priests.

St. Cross. See Cardinal priests.

St. Cross or Holy Cross. See Maiden Newton.

St. Cuthbert. See Cliburn.

- See also SS. Mary and Cuthbert.

St. Denis. See Liége; Southampton.

St. Donatianus. See Bruges.

St. Dunstan. See Risborough, Monks.

St. Eanswith. See Folkestone.

- See also SS. Mary and Eanswith.

St. Edmund. See Bury St. Edmunds; Newbigging.

St. Edmund the Bishop. See Gateshead.

St. Edward the Martyr. See SS. Mary the Virgin and Edward the Martyr.

St. Elidius. See Scilly.

St. Elizabeth. See Winchester.

St. Feighin. See SS. Taurin and Feighin.

St. Felimy. See Kilmore.

SS. Felix and Regula. SeeThuncen.

St. Fergus (St. Fergal). See Inishkeen.

St. George. See Cardinal, deacons; Dunmow, Great; Exeter; Goodleigh; Marnhull; Northampton; Windsor.

St. Gerald. See Mayo.

St. Germanus. See St. Germanus; Selby.

St. Gertrude. See Louvain.

St. Giles. See Bredon; Kepier; Lincoln.

St. Gouternus. See Motreff.

St. Gregory. See Tredington.

St. Helen. See Ibstock.

St. Iedahhey. See Relics of St. Iarlath supra.

St. James. See Adare; Ratisbon; Whipstrode.

St. John. See Bridgwater Chester; Lichfield; London, parochial churches; Utrecht Würtzburg.

St. John the Baptist. See Annaghdown; Castledermot; Colchester; Corstorphine; Egglestone; Fodderty; Gloucester; Kilkenny West; London, companies; Monasteroris; Oxford; Rindown; Sevenoaks.

- See also SS. Mary the Virgin and John the Baptist.

St. John the Evangelist. See Carmarthen; Enniscorthy; Lincoln (diocese); Pontefract; Tuam; Waterford.

St. Kelanus. See Kilclief.

St. Lasrianus. See Devenish.

St. Laurence. See Cardinal priests; Cheadle; Hungerford; London, parochial churches; Lydeard St. Laurence; York.

St. Leonard alias St. Peter. See York.

St. Mansinus. See Kilmacallan.

St. Margaret. See London, parochial churches; Lowestoft; York.

- See also St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Anne, Catherine and Margaret.

St. Mark. See Cardinal priests.

St. Martin. See Battle; Beverley; Bladon; Cardinal priests; Chelsfield; Dover; London, collegiate churches; London, parochial churches; Oxford.

- See also SS. Christopher and Martin and SS. Mary and Martin.

St. Mary. See Abbeygormacan; Abingdon; Abington; Alwascal; Annaghdown; Assaroe; Aughrim, co. Galway; Baldock; Ballysadare; Beddington; Binbrook; Blyth; Boston; Bothwell; Boyle; Broad Hinton; Brome; Bridgwater; Bruton; Calais (bis); Canon Island; Cardinal deacons; Carlisle; Chester; Clare; Clogher; Cloontuskert; Cologne; Cong; Corcomroe; Coupar-Angus; Coventry; Crossmolina; Derrane; Devenish; Drumlane; Dublin; Dunbrody; Dungiven; Dunglass; Erfurt; Eton; Exeter; Fearn; Fermoy; Ferns; Fountains; Glascarring; Glastonbury; Gracedieu, co. Dublin; Grace Dieu, co. Monmouth; Graney; Greatconnell; Guisborough; Hailes; Hastings; Huntingdon; Inchmacnerin; Inishlounaght; Inishmurray; Innisfallen; Ivinghoe; Kells, co. Meath; Kenilworth; Keynsham; Kidlington; Kilbeggan; Killagh; Kilmeadan; Kilmore-na-Sina; Kilshanny; Kirkstall; Kirkstead; Kirton; Knockmoy; Kyme, South; Lambeth; Leix; Lindores; Liverpool; London, religious houses (bis); London, parochial churches (bis); Louth; Macosquin; Marsh Chapel; Meaux; Medmenham; Merevale; Middleton; Monasteranenagh; Navan; O'Dorney; Oransay; Oxford (New College); Rathfran; Rathkeale; Reisk; Robertsbridge; Roche; Rome (hospital of S. Spirito in Sassia); Roscommon; St. Andrews; Saints Island, co. Longford; Sandwich; Saussaye; Solomiac; Southwark; Stratford Langthorne; Studley; Swineshead; Tewkesbury; Tracton; Utrecht; Vale Royal; Val-SaintGeorges; Waverley; Whitwell; Wymondham; York (abbey and parish church).

St. Mary, Annunciation of. See Burrough Green; Cambridge.

St. Mary, alias Holy Cross. See Holycross.

St. Mary and All Saints. See Trentham.

SS. Mary and Benedict. See Ramsey.

SS. Mary and Catherine and All Saints. See Edington.

SS. Mary and Eanswith. See Folkestone.

SS. Mary and Martin. See Dover.

SS. Mary and Nicholas. See Leeds.

SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr. See Calais; Southwark.

St. Mary, Bethlehem. See London, religious houses.

St. Mary Magdalen. See Arrat; Lanercost; Reigate.

St. Mary the Virgin. See Arbury; Bideford; Delney; Dundee; Dunglass; Eton: Kilcooly; Norwich.

St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Anne, Catherine and Margaret. See Stoke Edith.

SS. Mary the Virgin and Bridget. See Syon abbey.

St. Mary the Virgin and St. Cuthbert. See Durham.

SS. Mary the Virgin and Edward the Martyr. See Limerick.

SS. Mary the Virgin and John the Baptist. See Alcester; London (cathedral church of St. Paul).

SS. Mary the Virgin and Michael. See Maxstoke.

SS. Mary the Virgin and Modowenna the Virgin. See Burton upon Trent.

SS. Mary the Virgin and Nicholas. See Cambridge.

St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Thomas the Martyr and Catherine the Virgin. See Burrough Green.

St. Matthew. See London, parochial churches.

St. Methven. See Methven.

St. Michael the Archangel. See Bempton; Coventry; Gloucester; Halton; Mayo; Newcastle upon Tyne; Oxford; Southampton; Stackpole Elidor.

- See also SS. Mary the Virgin and Michael.

St. Mirren (Sanctus Merenus). See Paisley.

St. Mocahok the Confessor. See Ballygunner.

St. Modowenna the Virgin. See SS. Mary the Virgin and Modowenna the Virgin.

St. Munchin, Sanctus Monchinus. See Limerick.

St. Nicholas. See Cardinal deacons; Durham; Galway; London, parochial churches; Massingham, Great; Salisbury; Shepperton.

- See also SS. Mary and Nicholas, and SS. Mary the Virgin and Nicholas.

St. Nicholas the Confessor. See Glasgow.

St. Olave. See Exeter; York.

St. Oswald. See Nostell.

St. Patrick. See Drumgoon; Trim.

St. Patroclus. See Soest.

St. Paul. See SS. Peter and Paul.

St. Peter. See Belton; Calais; London, parochial churches; Meziéres; Middelburg; Oxford; Ringstead, Great; Shrewsbury; Trim (but see Corrigenda); Walpole; Westbury on Trym; Westminster.

- See also St. Leonard alias St. Peter.

St. Peter ad Vincula. See Cardinal priests.

SS. Peter and Paul. See Abington, co. Northampton; Armagh; Brinkburn; Clare; Clones; Montacute; Plympton St. Mary; Swanscombe; Yarnton.

SS. Peter and Paul and Augustine. See Canterbury.

Ste. Pharaïlde. See Ghent.

St. Praxed. See Cardinal priests.

St. Salvator, S. Salvatore. See St. Andrews; Siena.

St. Saviour. See Bermondsey; Dundee; Faversham; Syon abbey.

St. Sepulchre. See London, parochial churches.

S. Spirito. See Rome.

St. Stephen. See London, parochial churches (St. Sepulchre, Holborn); Westminster.

SS. Taurin and Feighin. See Fore.

St. Thomas. See Glasgow.

St. Thomas the Martyr. See Arbroath; Athy; London, religious houses; Stafford.

- See also Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr; SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr; and St. Mary and SS. Thomas the Martyr and Catherine the Virgin.

St. Tierny (S. Tigerniacius). See Clones.

St. Walburga. See Furnes.

St. Werburgh. See Chester.

St. Willihadus. See Bremen.

St. Winifred the Virgin. See Shrewsbury.

Sancta Gawswicha (rectius Eanswitha). See SS. Mary and Eanswith.

Sanctus Comanus. See Kilchoman; Kilkivan.

Sanctus Rodanus or Roadanus. See Kilrane.

Defamation, charge of, 270.

Deformity. See Orders, priest's and Voidance.

Deprivation and removal from benefices, secular and regular:—

by authority of the ordinary or metropolitan, 133, 212, 217, 222, 239, 262, 282, 284, 320, 344, 347, 409, 454, 456, 480.

by papal authority, 10, 18, 28, 32, 40, 45, 48, 49, 61, 71, 188, 199, 200, 212, 213, 214, 215, 216, 219, 220, 222, 223, 225, 247, 248 (bis), 249, 251, 252, 265, 266, 273, 275 (bis), 277 (ter), 282 (bis), 283, 286, 293, 295, 303, 304 (bis), 306, (bis), 308, 312, 314, 316, 332, 333, 339, 340, 342, 345, 346, 349, 351, 352, 354, 355, 357, 385, 393, (bis), 398, 400, 401, 407, 411, 412, 424, 428, 430, 433, 436, 437, 438, 443, 444, 445, 451 (bis), 455, 460, 461, 464, 466, 467, 473, 475, 476, 477, 481, 485, 486, 487 (bis), 488, 490, 492, 499, 500, 501, 508, 580, 597.

-, for non-residence, by provincial and synodal statutes, 464.

Detractors, of the pope and church, faculty to proceed against, 687.

Dilapidation and alienations etc. of benefices, a ground for deprivation:—

by religious, 28, 47, 198, 199, 200, 224, 265, 342, 444, 459, 461, 481, 502.

by secular clergy, 39, 48, 212, 213, 215, 220, 221, 247, 248, 249, 251, 254 (bis), 260, 265, 277, 281, 283, 292, 303, 304 (bis), 305 (bis), 306, 314, 332, 339, 340, 345 (bis), 351, 354, 355, 356, 392, 393, 407, 408, 411, 428, 433, 437, 443, 444, 451, 475 (bis), 486, 487, 490, 499, 501, 504, 508.

Diocese, new, creation of, 457 note.

Diseases:—

colic, 52.

fevers, 399.

gout, 490.

stone, 52.

Dispensations. See Age; Benefices; Illegitimacy; Marriage; Religious.

Divorce, sentences of, 188, 319, 459, 485, 659.

Dowry, restoration of, 319.

Ducats, 443.

-, of the papal Camera, 371, 622 (bis), 670.

E

Earthquake, 146.

Ebdomadarius , a chantry priest so called, 479.

Ecus , old, of gold of France, 405.

Election of a vicar-provincial by the Friars Minors of the Observance, 583, 584.

Elections, canonical:—

by cathedral chapters, of bishops, 496.

-, of deans, 33.

by convents, of abbots, etc., 3, 35, 68, 96, 103, 132, 133, 202, 330, 416, 492, 493, 502, 503, 510, 608.

Ember seasons, 326, 391.

English, the, apostle of. See St. Augustine.

-, hospital of. See Rome.

English Church, the, computation of, 49.

English gold, a chalice made of, 191.

English language, books written in, 529.

English money, 166, 167, 411.

-, See also Nobles.

Erections:

parish or other churches or chapels into collegiate churches, 289, 439.

canonries and prebends, 242.

hospital into a dignity, 447, 450.

-, restoration of, 447, 450.

parish church into a cathedral church, 240.

rectory into a prebend, 435.

chapel into a parish church, 643.

plebania or rectory into a prebend, 75.

priory into a abboy, 495.

vicarage into a prebend, 410.

Eucharist, sacrament of, charge of refusing to receive, 537.

-, See also Sacraments.

Exchange of benefices, 10, 11, 51, note, 249, 279, 335, 476, 506, 600.

Exchequer English, 22.

Excommunicatio lata in Cena Domini . See Wicliffites.

Excommunication, 37, 39, 45, 71, 129, 141, 156, 160, 161, 167, 187, 199, 207, 216, 219, 223, 233, 248, 255, 257, 270, 271, 281, 284, 285, 308, 314, 315, 318, 328, 342, 344, 345, 354, 355, 378, 381 (bis), 382, 420, 355, 378, 381 (bis), 382, 420, 441, 442, 444, 455, 472, 476, 483, 489, 503, 532, 537, 543, 564, 584, 598, 600, 604, 617, 633, 648, 662, 668, 670, 676, 685, 691.

-, absolution from, 10, 18, 37, 41, 45, 55, 61, 76, 77–8, 112, 133, 141, 157, 160, 161, 198 (bis), 201, 207, 214, 218, 233, 239, 246, 262, 263, 269, 271, 291, 320, 328, 330, 349, 406, 408, 434, 444, 452, 461, 489, 504, 520, 521 (bis), 548, 598, 634, 648, 657, 680 (bis), 681, 687.

-, -, legal effect of clause of, 263.

-, -, faculty to grant, 689, 690.

Execrabilis , the constitution of pope John XXII. See Constitutions; Reservations.

Exemption of a daughter monastery from the authority of the parent house, annulled, 14.

-, See also Collegiate churches; Religious houses.

Extravagant, commencing Antique concertationi, 512.

F

Farm of benefices, dispensations and indults for, while studying at a university etc., 11, 25, 60, 107, 149, 162, 166, 167, 169, 232, 435, 538, 557, 577, 578, 596, 660.

-, -, while lecturing at a university, 126.

-, -, while residing in a cathedral church, 98, 577.

-, -, granted to chantry chaplains, 14.

-, -, granted to a prior, 654.

-, without licence, absolution for, 391.

Farm of conventual property, 630, 674.

-, forbidden, 96–7.

Farm of property of episcopal mense , 206.

-, revocation of 378.

Farm of tithes etc., 321 (bis).

Fasting, indults of exemption and dispensations from, 16 (bis), 52.

-, on Fridays, 16, 52, 89, 112, 171, 225, 226, 227, 296, 361, 362, 514, 520, 521 (bis), 552, 562, 627, 650, 659, 688.

-, -, commutation of, 112, 514, 520, 521, 552, 650.

Fasts:—

Good Friday, 7, 636.

Lent, 15, 16 (bis), 52.

Feasts, principal, 190.

Feasts and Festivals:—

All Saints, 146, 190, 405, 528.

Christmas, 5, 6, 50, 83, 139, 231, 232, 310, 329, 388, 453, 604.

Christmas eve, 5.

Corpus Domini, 146.

Easter, 50, 62, 200, 310, 411, 515, 532, 537.

-, octaves of, 515.

Exaltation of the Holy Cross, 606, 626.

Holy Trinity, 146, 637.

4th Sunday in Lent, on which ‘Letare Hierosolyma’ is sung, 658.

Maunday Thursday, Cena Domini, dies Jovis Sancta, 34note, 69 note, 146 note, 401note, 424 note, 662 note, 694note.

of our Lord, 146.

Quinquagesima, 5, 515.

of Relics, 619.

St. Anne, 658.

St. Bartholomew, 612.

St. Chad, 606, 626.

St. Christopher the Martyr, 152.

St. Elidius, 604.

St. Faith the Virgin, 637.

St. Gregory the Pope, 146.

St. John the Baptist, 50, 83, 139, 231, 232, 453, 528.

-, nativity of, 146, 190, 329, 388, 532, 604.

-, decollation of, 146.

St. Leonard, 146.

St. Mark the Evangelist, 537.

St. Martin, 546.

St. Martin the Confessor, 152.

St. Mary the Virgin, 7.

-, all the feasts of, 108, 146, 152.

-, Annunciation of (Lady day), 83, 229, 231, 232, 479, 582, 628.

-, Assumption of, 386, 528, 560, 582.

-, Conception of, 582.

-, Nativity of, 582.

-, Purification of (Candlemas), 139, 532, 582.

St. Michael the Archangel (Michaelmas), 50, 62, 83, 139, 200, 231, 232, 411, 479, 643.

-, apparition of, 417.

-, apparition and dedication of, 146.

St. Osmund, principal feast and day of translation of, 53.

St. Peter in Vincoli, 611.

SS. Peter and Paul, 146, 190, 528, 628.

St. Thomas the Martyr, passion of, 515.

-, translation of, 515, 516, 636.

Septuagesima, 5.

Transfiguration, 58 note.

Whitsuntide, 108, 146.

Whitsun Monday, 606, 626.

Whitsun week, six days of, 146.

First-fruits, 63, 321 (bis), 559, See also Annates.

Flesh, indult to eat, in Lent etc., 52.

Florins, gold, of the papal Camera, 17, 26, 317, 322, 376, 380, 383, 388, 390, 404, 405, 412, 445, 452, 471, 495, 503, 642 (ter), 645, 652, 653, 673, 692, 695 (bis).

-, -, of Florence, 517.

Food, regulations concerning, 5, 6.

Foreigners, unsuited to hold benefices in remote parts, 43.

Forgery, 282, 409, 472.

Fornication, by lay persons, 157, 236, 237, 242, 291, 292, 348, 406, 434, 657.

-, by religious, 198, 221, 224, 424, 445, 461, 487, 492.

-, by secular clergy, 32, 39, 60, 76, 213 (bis), 215, 221, 248 (bis), 249, 251 (bis), 265, 276, 277 (bis), 281, 286, 303, 304, 305, 306, 308, 314, 332, 339, 345, 349, 351, 352, 354, 407, 408, 430, 433, 443, 465, 475, 476, 785, 486 (bis), 487, 499, 501, 504, 580, 597.

-, heresy of denying the mortal character of the sin of, 537.

Foundations of:—

chantry, 115.

chapels, 240, 241.

colleges, 69, 117, 386, 450.

hospitals, 114, 447, 450.

religious houses, 294.

Franciscan order. See Friars Minors.

Fraternities. See Gilds.

Friars. See Augustinian Friars; Carmelite Friars; Cruciferi; Friars, the four mendicant

orders of; Friars Hermits; Friars Minors; Friars Minors of the Observance; Friars Minors of the Third Order; Friars Preachers; Trinitarian Friars.

Friars, the four mendicant orders of, 512.

-, -, articles against, 102.

-, -, brothers of, indult that they may act as singers in a bishop's chapel, 552.

Friars Hermits, of the order of St. Augustine, belonging to a house not named, 193.

-, house of. See Banada; Murrisk.

Friars Minors, belonging to houses not named, 19 note, 40, 101, 106, 118, 145, 233, 266, 562, 570.

-, houses of. See Bozen; Canterbury.

-, enmity of, towards Philip Noreys, 101.

-, order of, minister of, 106.

-, -, minister-general of, 141.

-, province of. See Austria.

-, provisions of Pius II for peace between the Friars Minors of the Observance and, 584.

Friars Minors of the Observance, belonging to a house not named, 404.

-, grants of privileges to, 583.

-, house of. See Moyne.

-, minister-general of, 583.

-, province of. See Ireland.

-, provisions of Pius II for peace between the Friars Minors Conventual and, 584.

-, rule of, 584.

-, ultramontane vicar-general of, 404, 440.

-, vicar-general of, 583, 584.

-, vicars-provincial of, 583.

-, in Ireland, reform of three houses of, confirmed, 440.

Friars Minors of the Third Order of St. Francis (Franciscan Tertiaries), called of penance, brethren and sisters of, grant to, 140–142.

-, house of. See Killeenbrennan.

-, visitor of (in Ireland). See Oruayn, Thomas.

Friars Preachers, belonging to houses not named, 20 note, 40, 95, 154, 162, 251, 357, 358, 571, 592, 694, 697.

-, houses of. See King's Langley; Rathfran; Winchelsea; Yarm.

Fruits of benefices, indults to receive while non-resident. See Farm; Residence.

G

Garter, Knights of the, 655.

Gilbertine order, houses of. See Ormsby, North: Watton.

Gilds, Confraternities. Fraternities, 7, 8, 240, 606, 618, 649.

Gold, of the quality of the English noble, 191 note.

Grammar, instruction in, 117, 119.

-, masters in, 38, 117, 134, 623.

Grey Friars. See Friars Minors.

Guardianship of a hospital, during voidance, 613.

H

Hanaper. See Chancery.

Heresy, charges of, 101, 536, 537.

-, faculty to absolve from excommunication for, 690.

-, by a bishop, recantation of, 77, 78, 377, 529.

-, -, alleged relapse into 529, 530.

Heretics, bulls of excommunication against, 34 note, 69 note, 146note, 401 note, 424 note, 662note, 694 note.

Homicide, by clergy etc., 199, 223.

-, in the presence of a dean, 646, 647.

Hospitality, by religious, 5, 50, 62, 69, 131, 138, 202, 293, 369, 370, 373, 403, 500, 586, 594, 608, 620, 636.

-, by secular clergy, 317, 618, 636.

Hospitallers, benefices of the order of, three annates imposed upon, 640.

-, chapter-generla of, statute made in, confirmed, 647.

-, chapter-general of, at Rhodes, statute of, 640.

-, preceptories of, in Ireland. See Kilkenny, West; Rindown.

Hospitals;—

Augustinian. See Augustinian hospitals.

poor:—

in England. See Kepier; Lichfield; Salisbury; York.

in Scotland. See Edinburgh; Glasgow; Soutra; Trailtrowe.

abroad. See Rome.

Household, papal, members of. See Ferrarii, Antonius; Rochaprioris, Anthony de.

-, -, prerogatives and preferences enjoyed by members of, 159, 182, 184, 595, 602.

Hussites, 669.

I

Illegitimacy, allegations of, 243, 599.

-, benefices void or to be resigned, because held without dispensation for, 47, 199, 356, 408, 510.

-, dispensations by papal authority on account of, to be promoted archbishop or bishop, 45, 233, 341, 342, 358, 446.

-, -, to be made abbot or prior, etc., 3, 73, 74, 176, 183, 198, 201, 202, 203, 225, 288, 307, 322, 342 (bis), 432, 460, 461, 481, 506, 510.

-, -, to be ordained priest and to hold and exchange benefices with cure of souls, etc;—

(1) for simple bastards (secular and regular clergy), 11, 18, 25, 40, 46, 47, 48, 55, 56, 99, 102, 107, 125, 128, 175, 198, 209, 212, 214, 215, 220 (bis), 245, 253, 254, 265, 266, 267, 272, 273, 274, 279, 282, 283, 299, 300, 302, 305, 306, 313, 314, 315 (bis), 331, 338, 347, 351, 352, 386, 392, 393, 407, 410, 437, 440, 446, 458, 460, 464, 477, 482, 485, 486, 488, 565, 617, 631, 654, 665.

(2) for children of clergy (secular and regular clergy), 11, 32, 61, 72, 73, 75, 124, 203, 210, 213, 214, 217 (bis), 218, 219, 221 (bis), 222, 223, 239, 245, 250, 251 (bis), 255, 259, 260, 266, 268, 272, 274, 275, 276 (bis), 277, 280, 283, 284 (bis), 286, 288, 293, 305, 311, 314, 325, 329, 330, (bis), 332, 333, 339, 340, 345, 348, 350, 355, 356, 364, 394, 400, 408, 410, 415, 420, 429, 430, 448, 451, 461, 468, 469, 473, 475, 480, 486, 487, 490, 491, 499, 502, 504, 506, 538, 560, 576–7, 619, 627, 669, 694.

(3) for adulterine children (secular and regular clergy), 94, 109, 158, 201, 223, 262, 313, 509, 519.

-, dispensation by papal authority on account of, to be ordained priest and to hold a benefice without cure, 417.

-, dispensation by papal authority on account of, to hold a benefice without cure, 509.

-, dispensations by authority of the ordinary on account of, to be promoted to minor orders and hold a benefice without cure of souls:—

(1) for simple bastards, 55, 56, 102, 215, 220, 279, 304, 391, 459, 482, 565.

(2) for children of clergy, 73, 210, 250, 276, 285, 348, 448, 451, 619.

(3) for adulterine children, 223.

-, faculties to dispense on account of, to be ordained priest etc., 41, 175, 364, 654, 689.

-, papal dispensations on account of, grants not to be bound to mention in subsequent dispensations and other graces, 45, 94, 400, 446.

Illiteracy of clergy, a ground for deprivation, 48, 277, 345, 349, 352, 430, 465, 580.

Image of St. Bartholomew, 609.

Impediments to marriage. See Marriage.

-, to ordination. See Age; Defects; Illegitimacy.

Incest, 236, 237, 242, 292.

-, absolution from, faculties etc. to grant, 55, 157, 291.

Induction, papal mandates for, 33, 35, 577, 589, 628.

Indulgence, Jubilee, in England, moneys of, 17, 19.

-, plenary, faculty to grant, to persons contributing to the Crusade, 403.

-, -, grant of, to persons dying in a certain hospital, 662.

-, -, indults for confessors to grant:—

for clergy and religious, 112, 226, 227 (bis), 297, (bis), 298 (6), 299 (ter), 361, 362 (ter), 371, 521, 525, 552, 627, 688.

for lay persons, 19, 89, 171, 225, 226 (bis), 227, 297 (bis), 298 (4), 299, 361, 362 (ter), 372, 514, 520, 521, 562, 649, 650, 659, 688.

Indulgences, faculties to grant, 21.

-, grants of, to members of fraternities, 7, 8, 649.

-, money raised by, 685.

-, -, misuse of, 669.

-, -, recovery of, 670.

-, for alms to two Scotsmen who have fought against the Turks, 590.

-, for alms to an English layman who was robbed and ill-treated on his way to Rome, 607.

-, for visits to, and alms towards the building and repair etc. of:—

a bridge and chapels thereon, 528.

cathedral and reliquary chapel, 53, 54.

chapels, 108, 604, 606, 626, 658.

colleges, 386, 387, 417, 493, 540, 560 (bis), 685.

parish churches, 643, 685.

parish churches and chapels therein, 152, 582.

parish church and confraternity therein, 618.

religious houses, 7, 146, 190, 515, 536, 628, 637.

hospital, 636.

Indulgentia Anglica , 560.

Infidels, the, military measures against, 158, 418, 494, 519.

-, proceeds of indulgences to be used against, 685.

Insignia of a doctor's degree, grant of, 116.

-, of the office of notary apostolic, 681.

-, pontifical, 645.

- See also Colleges.

Interdict, 382, 452, 543, 598, 617, 672.

-, a cathedral church laid under, 318.

-, a parish church laid under, 483.

-, opening of churches in places under, 7.

-, suspension of, 21.

-, See also Irregularity and Mass.

Ireland and Irish. See Apostolic see; Augustinian canons; Augustinian friars; Benedictine; Cistercian; Cruciferi; Friars hermits; Friors minors of the Observance; Friars minors of the Third Order of St. Francis; Friars preachers; Hospitallers; Intimidation; Premonstratensian.

Irregularity, contracted by celebrating mass and other divine offices when excommunicate or in places under interdict, in contempt or not of the Keys, etc., 18, 45, 215, 216, 218, 219, 223, 239, 246, 248, 255, 269, 273, 282, 286, 291, 315 (bis), 321, 328, 367, 408, 420, 444, 504, 634, 648, 680 (bis), 681, 689, 690.

-, incurred by riot and bloodshed, or violence. 499, 689.

Italian miles, 534, 617.

J

Jewels and plate, 191.

Jubilee indulgence. See Indulgence, Jubilee.

K

Kalendars, hospital of. See Bristol.

Knights of the Garter, Society of, 655

L

Lambs, alleged not to be titheable if born after St. Mark's day, 537.

Language, local, inability to speak, 430, 597.

Lapse of the collation of benefices. See Benefices; Collations by authority of the ordinary; Reservations.

Lateran Council, Third General, lapse of benefices by the statutes of. See Benefices, lapse of the collation of.

Latin, books written in, 529.

-, inability to speak properly, a ground for deprivation, 430, 597.

Legates, papal, in England. See Bothe, William, archbishop of York; Coppinis, Francis de, bishop of Terni; Otto and Ottobon.

Legates de latere , grants of the powers of, 397, 398, 597.

-, misbehaviour of, in England, annulment of the acts of, and punishment of, 676.

-, orator with power of. See Coppinis, Francis de.

-, privilege of having a cross borne before them, 582.

-, to England. See Coppinis, Francis de, bishop of Terni; Cusa, Nichalas de.

-, to France. See Coetivy, Alan de.

Legatus natus , 180, 319.

Legitimization, faculty to grant to secular persons, 36.

Legitimization of offspring, 55, 57, 58, 60 (bis), 83, 157, 236, 237, 238, 242, 263, 287, 292 (bis), 330, 347, 349, 406 (bis), 468, 677.

-, faculty to grant, 23.

Letters conservatory, 549.

Letters of protection, 564.

Letters, papal, abbreviatores of. SeeAmici, Michaelis; Cadeti, Johannes; Ferrarii, Anthony; Gele, John; Gonne, master William; Hope, Thomas; Lax, John.

-, -, alleged destruction of, 489.

-, -, annulled, 113, 418, 422, 438, 444, 464, 644, 666, 667.

-, -, double registration of, 60, 388, 390.

-, -, exemplifications of, 49, 67, 143, 241, 653, 691.

-, -, expedited in duplicate, 471.

-, -, expedition of, 45.

-, -, fresh executor of, substituted, 269.

-, -, in the form of a breve, 135.

-, -, issued gratis, 99, 100, 173, 191, 207, 212, 214, 216, 219, 221–3, 276, 282, 303, 304–6, 311, 313–7, 321, 332, 583, 600, 628, 630, 640, 653.

-, -, issued gratis etc., 389, 574, 647, 682.

-, -, issued gratis de mandato pape or domini pape, 30, 82, 90, 113, 404, 440, 486, 519, 639, 666–8, 674.

-, -, issued gratis in plumbo et registro, 197.

-, -, issued gratis pro Deo, 243, 246–8, 250, 253, 340, 386, 399, 428, 432, 435, 451, 454, 467–9, 473, 504, 627.

-, -, issued gratis pro Deo de mandato pape, 584, 589.

-, -, issued gratis pro Deo, et juravit, 607 (bis), 608, 619.

-, -, issued gratis pro Deo, juravit Hibernicus, 694.

-, -, issued gratis pro Deo pro paupere, 392.

-, -, issued gratis pro familiari domini vice-cancellarii, 387.

-, -, issued gratis pro persona reverendissimi domini Cardinalis, 389, 390, 471.

-, -, issued sine taxa or non taxata, 118, 128, 137, 159 (bis), 164, 172, 468, 469, 652, 685.

-, -, issued taxa mutata, 511.

-, -, issued with the tax partly paid, Residuum gratis, 646.

-, -, -, Residuum gratis de mandato pape, 641.

-, -, -, Residuum gratis pro Deo, 200, 577.

-, -, -, Residuum gratis pro paupere Ibernico, 415.

-, -, -, Residuum pro Deo, 273–5, 285, 286, 417, 449.

-, -, -, Residuum pro medietate, 277.

-, -, -, Residuum pro paupere Hibernico, 587.

-, -, issued without tax Quia pauper Ybernicus, 411.

-, -, loss of, 67.

-, -, accidental loss of, 691.

-, -, mandate to annul, 58–9.

-, -, not drawn up, at a pope's death, 79, 104, 199, 207, 209, 210, 212, 213, 216 (bis), 217, 236, 240, 261, 375, 429, 455.

-, -, not presented to the executors before a pope's death, 413, 693.

-, -, note of the collation of the registered copy of, 440, 501, 505 note, 509 note, 511.

-, -, null, surreptitious, or of doubtful validity etc. on account of errors, omissions etc., 15, 23, 45, 61, 76, 92, 99, 142, 163, 168, 197, 235, (bis), 245, 268, 307, 309, 329, 335, 336, 399, 448, 451, 463, 484, 491, 502, 516, 555, 571, 600, 672.

-, -, -, legal effect of clause of absolution on, 263.

-, -, obtained by the papal chancellor, 683, 683 note, 686 (bis).

-, -, of audience, reform of, 52 (note.

-, -, registered wrongly, 195, 682, 696 note, 697 notes.

-, -, registratores of. See Montepolitiano, Conradus de;Pontanus, O.; Varris, P. de.

-, -, robbery of, 399.

-, -, royal order against the presentation of, 71.

-, -, writers (scriptores) of. See Amici, Michaelis; Capranica, Nicholas; Salas, Jo hannes de.

Licence, royal, for appropriations, 63, 83.

Linen-armourers, confraternity or society of, in London, 240.

Litigation, 46, 179, 243, 245, 250, 260, 266, 336, 356, 385, 389, 436, 449, 496, 545, 548, 585, 605, 607.

-, See also Roman court; Wills.

Loans, to the pope, 17, 26, 376, 383, 404, 412, 495, 695.

Lucretius, quotation from, scribbled in a register, 103 note.

M

Marriage, dispensations, faculties and mandates to grant dispensation to contract, notwithstanding impediments of:—

affinity, 157, 232, 236, 237, 242, 291, 292, 348.

kindred, 157, 232, 236, 242, 268, 291, 406, 578.

quasi-affinity, 242.

spiritual relationship, 24, 55, 570.

-, dispensations and mandates to grant dispensation to remain in or re-contract, notwithstanding impediments of:—

affinity, 238, 330, 349, 370, 406, 434, 657, 677.

kindred, 263, 287, 347, 370, 406, 624.

spiritual relationship, 57, 57–8, 60 (bis), 468.

-, dispensations for, faculties for bishops, abbots, legates or nuncios to grant, 23, 36, 54, 83.

-, dispensations to remain in or re-contract, faculty for bishops etc. to grant, 55, 83.

-, impediments to: —

affinity, 459, 484, 659.

quasi-affinity, 55.

spiritual relationship, 55.

-, jurisdiction of the archdeacon in reference to, 32.

-, pronounced null for lack of consent, 179.

-, sentence of dissolution of. See Divorce.

-, solemnization of, before the church, 677.

Mass, before daybreak, indults to celebrate or cause to be celebrated:—

for lay persons, 228, 370, 535, 659.

for clergy, etc., 108, 535, 540, 544–5.

Mass and other divine offices, charge of neglect to attend, 537.

-, indults to cause to be celebrated at any place at a fitting hour, 539, 653.

-, indult to celebrate in a chapel, for travellers and in times of bad weather, 92.

Mass and other divine offices in places under interdict, indults to celebrate or cause to be celebrated:—

for lay persons, 370, 535, 659.

for clergy, 90, 100, 540.

Measures:—

chaldron, 47.

Medicine, bachelor in, 561.

-, master in, 9.

Mense , episcopal, alienation and usurpation of goods of, 270, 425.

Miracles, 108, 146.

Mitre, etc., grant to a prior of the privilege of wearing, 293, 645.

-, worn by the prior of Durham, 109.

Mortmain, statute of, 478.

Motu proprio , grants etc. so made, 39, 46, 64 (bis), 113, 117, 148, 172, 182, 184, 191, 192, 387 (bis), 390, 396, 432, 449, 452, 474, 488, 541, 542, 545, 559, 564, 581, 589, 593, 594, 596, 598, 601, 602, 617, 681.

N

Noble, English, gold of the quality of, 191 note.

Nobles, 384.

Non-residence, absolution for, 9–10.

-, a ground for deprivation, 39, 392, 476, 486 (bis).

Notaries apostolic, appointment of, 681, 683.

-, insignia of, 681.

-, See Cameron, Thomas; Clementis, Vincent; Courteney, Peter; Croyser, William; Fleming, Robert; Guillermus Rocha, Peter; Home, Patrick; Lindsay, David.

Notaries public, 572, 614.

-, grants of, and faculties to grant the office of, 9, 37, 83–4, 106, 119, 125, 161, 162, 169, 225, 280, 281 (4), 295, 296 (4), 360 (ter), 519, 520, 639, 689.

-, inquiry to be made before, 670.

-, instruments drawn up by, 49, 82, 137, 472, 478, 609, 611, 614–5, 661 note, 671, 674 note,

-, resignations made before, 55, 174, 316, 330, 344, 385, 493.

-, by papal and imperial authority, 615.

-, married, indult for, to act in spiritual or ecclesiastical causes, 9.

-, married and a bigamist, absolution for having acted in ecclesiastical causes, 547–8.

-, married and bigamists, indults for, to act in ecclesiastical causes, 84, 107, 547–8.

-, married and a bigamist and created under age, absolution for, 106.

Nuncios, papal:—

to England. See Ferrarii, Antonius; Hope, Thomas.

to England and Ireland. See Vercelli, Augustinus abbot of.

to England, Ireland and Scotland. See Coppinis, Francis de, bishop of Terni; Obizis, John de.

to England and Scotland. See Durisder, Andrew de.

to England, Scotland, France, the other parts of Gaul and the duchy of Burgundy. See Gaufridi, John, bishop of Arras.

to Ireland. See Purcell, John, bishop of Ferns; Geraldinis, Gerald de, [bishop-]elect of Cork and Cloyne; O'Hedian, John; Molana, John abbot of.

to Scotland. See Brechin, bishop of; Gazeti, Lewis; Remersona, Anthony; Wyly, Richard.

in the duchies of Cleves and Gueldres, and the comtés of Holland and Zeeland, 36.

in Italy See Neapoli, John de; Vulsena, Angelus de.

in the provinces of Mayence etc., 31, 32, 59

in divers parts. See Lax, John.

O

Oaths, to be taken by a coadjutor to a bishop, 425.

-, to be taken by the collector and receiver general of the papal Camera in England, 682.

-, to be taken by collectors of the Camera and of the tenth, 80, 192, 193.

-, to be taken by a papal secretary, 99.

-, to be taken by a penitentiary, 682, 684.

-, relaxation of, 18, 120, 313, 384.

Oaths of fealty to the pope from:—

abbots and priors, 11, 35, 73, 74, 203, 311, 322, 343, 416, 445, 461, 481, 503, 510.

bishops, 2, 31, 309, 310 (bis), 323, 324, 359 (bis), 360, 377, 453, 473, 474.

deans, 33, 376.

notaries apostolic, 681.

notaries public, 37, 84, 225, 281 (4), 296 (bis), 360 (bis), 519, 520, 689.

Oblations, custom of England regarding, 542.

-, division of, 386, 387.

Observants. See Friars minors of the Observance.

Offices, divine, celebration of, in places under interdict, 7.

-, -, See also Mass and other divine offices.

Orders, minor, 118, 181, 208, 218, 254, 315, 390, 391, 394, 430, 434, 435, 526, 554, 560, 607, 626, 641, 660, 664.

-, -, indults to abbots etc. to grant, 95, 109.

-, -, two conferred on one day, 506.

-, priest's, absolution for having detained a benefice without promotion to, 390.

-, -, conferred on a married man, 275.

-, -, conferred without letters dimissory, 506.

-, -, dispensation not to be bound to be promoted to, till twenty-five years old, 397.

-, -, -, till twenty-six years old, 664.

-, -, dispensations not to be bound to be promoted to, while studying at an university, residing in the Roman Court, or in the pope's or king's service, 98, 99, 118, 169, 181, 208, 237, 254, 391, 430, 433, 434, 526, 554, 555, 560, 607, 626, 641, 660.

-, -, dispensation to be promoted to, at the age of twenty-four, 149.

-, -, -, at the age of twenty-two, 546.

-, -, dispensation to be promoted to, in spite of irregularity incurred:—

(i) by acting as a coroner, 111.

(ii) by violence, 689.

-, -, dispensation for certain religious to be promoted to, even under age, 160.

-, -, dispensations to hold benefices with cure, in spite of not being in, 2, 371.

-, -, dispensations to minister in, in spite of deformities, 186–7, 256.

-, -, promotion to, of a man who had been secretly married, 512.

-, -, provosts and scholars of a college to be promoted to, in the chapel thereof, 540.

-, -, etc., benefices with cure unlawfully detained without promotion to, and therefore canonically void, 28, 56, 76, 198, 208, 212, 217 (bis), 218, 219, 224, 237, 265, 274, 305, 317, 320, 334, 350, 352, (bis), 353, 391, 409, 432, 433, 448, 463, 464, 504, 510, 554.

Ornaments, ecclesiastical, 92, 108, 109, 221, 582, 603, 643, 658, 668.

P

Parish, bounds of, dispute concerning, 135, 137.

Parish churches, appropriated, alleged ruinous condition of, 644, 666, 667.

-, -, duty of repair of, 668.

-, destroyed by fire, rebuilding of, 587.

-, rights of, saved, 241, 535, 643.

-, and chapels therein, expense of the repair of, 544.

Parliament, the abbot of Glastonbury a lord of, 98.

-, the bishop of Durham frequently present at, 109.

-, clerk of. See Faukes, John.

-, held 4 Henry VI, grants made in, 114.

-, acts of, 117, 541.

Parliament Roll, 23 Henry VI, reference to, 115.

Parochial rights, dispute about, 233.

Patronage, clerical, benefice in, 250, 477, 563.

-, lay, benefices in, 41, 51, 56, 66, 75, 76, 118, 134, 144, 149, 153, 156, 177, 181, 197, 205, 208, 216, 219, 236, 238, 246, 249, 251, 255, 260, 262, 269, 273, 277 (bis), 283 (bis), 289, 392 (bis), 394, 395, 408, 410, 413, 415, 417, 420, 426, 427, 431, 433, 437, 438, 439, 447, 450, 453, 454, 460, 463, 475, 480, 487, 488, 491, 494, 498, 504, 507, 508, 517, 521, 524, 525, 526, 538, 548, 551, 553, 558, 561, 564, 565, 566, 571, 575, 604, 606, 622, 624, 627, 628, 634, 651 (ter), 654, 663 (bis), 672, 675, 691, 698.

-, -, -, dispute concerning the presentation to, 205.

-, -, a benefice formerly in, now in ecclesiastical gift, 501.

-, -, derogation from, 394, 426, 466, 491.

Patrons, lay, agreement concerning a pension made by, 548.

-, -, consent of, to collations by papal authority, 260, 433, 437, 475, 488, 507, 548.

-, -, presentation by, void, 417, 431.

-, -, -, admitted, 454.

-, -, proviso concerning the right of, 488.

-, -, not to be found, 283, 508.

Peace or truces, faculty to negotiate, 19.

Peculiar jurisdiction, benefice in, 673.

Penance, faculty to grant remission of, 690.

Penance, the order of. See Franciscan Tertiaries.

Penitentiaries in the basilica of St. Peter and the Roman Church, appointment of, 682, 684.

-, regent of. See Capranica, Angelus, bishop of Rieti.

Pensionarius , vicar so called, 580.

Pensions, on the fruits of bishoprics, 45, 310, 324, 329, 411, 441, 452, 556, 557.

-, on the fruits of archdeaconries, 408, 471.

-, on the fruits of canonries and prebends, 118.

-, -, reservation of, 34, 44.

-, on the fruits of a dean and chapter, 318.

-, on the fruits of rectories, 335, 384, 548.

-, -, annulled, 384.

-, on the fruits of religious houses, 16, 330, 380, 388, 390, 405, 585, 672.

-, from daughter houses to an abbey, 13, 14.

-, from a church to a religious house, 373.

-, from appropriated rectories, 51, 83.

-, -, disallowed, 63.

Perjury, 18, 28, 32, 47, 76, 78, 171, 213, 214, 215, 219, 220, 247, 248 (bis), 251, 254, 255, 273, 274, 276, 277, 304, 339, 345, 356, 408, 409, 428, 433, 437, 438, 444, 465, 467, 481, 485, 487, 492, 508.

Pilgrimage, vows of, 126, 170, 366, 520, 521 (bis), 627, 688.

Piracy, inhibition of, 603, 604.

Plebanie and plebes , parochial benefices so styled. See Ardnurcher; Clankelly; Clonca; Clones; Cremorne; Dungarvan.

Poor, the, distribution of alms to, from the fruits of appropriated benefices, 51, 83, 478, 479.

Pragmatic Sanction, abolition of, 696 note.

Preachers, to exhort the people to contribute to the Crusade, 401, 402.

Prebend, mandate to compel provision of, to be made to a canon, 85.

Premonstratensian canons, belonging to houses not mentioned, 222, 239, 295.

-, benefices wont to be governed by, 222, 239.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Blanchland; Egglestone; Torre.

in Ireland. See Annaghdown; Lough Key; Tuam.

in Scotland. See Fearn; Holywood; Whiteherne.

-, order of, dispensations granted to, 222, 239.

-, -, exemption of, from visitation of the ordinaries, 615, 616.

Processions, 608, 609, 612, 613.

Procurations, 616.

Provisions:—

(1) by authority of the ordinary, 166, 257 (bis), 286, 319, 353, 408, 492, 546.

(2) papal, and mandates to make provision by papal authority, of:—

bishoprics in:—

England, 30, 148, 324, 377, 441.

Ireland, 58, 64, 172, 181, 214, 235, 261, 264, 291, 309, 322 (bis), 323, 324, 329, 340, 341 (bis), 357, 358, 359, 371, 415, 469, 470, 472, 499, 569.

-, annulled, 59.

Scotland, 1, 33, 46, 113, 233, 310, 344, 359, 414, 452, 577.

Wales, 358, 411.

abroad, 57, 66, 323.

religious houses in:—

England, 634.

Ireland, 2, 73, 199, 201, 214, 225, 265, 295, 312, 342, 357, 411, 445, 461, 481, 487, 492, 493, 500, 505, 506, 509.

Scotland, 322, 344, 388, 416, 502, 503.

abroad, 311, 405.

secular benefices in:—

England, 391.

Ireland, 34, 35, 75 (bis), 76, 208, 224, 237, 242, 250, 284, 299, 306, 312, 327, 346, 351, 355, 400, 410, 420, 433, 467, 477, 488, 500, 504 (bis), 508, 607.

Scotland, 34, 46, 92, 107, 109, 184, 257 (bis), 259, 263, 271, 279, 289, 305, 332, 336, 430, 432, 447, 449, 454, 457, 458, 465, 483, 506, 516, 573, 589, 594, 600, 679.

abroad, 462.

canonries with reservation of prebends etc., 85–6, 107, 158, 159, 182, 204, 242, 299, 300, 301 (bis), 329, 441, 519.

-, licences and faculties to make, 436, 599.

R

Recluse, female, 507.

Reconciliation of churches and cemeteries, 267, 268, 540.

Referendaries, papal, 5, 397, 398.

-, -, appointment of, 685.

Registers, papal, cancellation of entries in, 222, 380, 381, 418 (bis), 422, 444, 462, 462 note.

-, -, exemplifications from, 67, 241, 553, 691.

-, -, incorrectly assigned to Pius II, 698.

-, -, lost, 102.

-, -, note of the alteration of the tax, 673.

-, -, note of the omission of the entry of the tax, 361, 362.

-, -, notes of searches in:—

Visa, 211 note, 222 note.

Visa B., 186 note.

-, -, order for the deletion of entries in, 101, 113.

-, -, rubricatores of. See Capobianco, Raynaldus de;Neapoli, Rainaldus de; Symon; and Zucheta, Baptista de.

-, -, See also Letters, papal.

Registrum Rubrum in Diocesan Registry at Salisbury, 53, 54, 54 note.

Rehabilitation on account of irregularity contracted by celebrating mass etc., 18, 37, 41, 45, 61, 76, 78, 112, 198, 201, 207, 208, 218, 236, 239, 246, 262, 269, 291, 321, 328, 367, 372, 396, 420, 444, 461, 480, 489, 498, 504, 634, 648, 680 (bis), 681, 689 (bis), 690 (bis).

Relics, 53, 54, 146, 382, 479, 616.

Religious, dispensations for, to hold secular benefices. See Benefices.

-, dispensation for, to hold benefices wont to be governed by regulars, 517, 526 (bis), 528.

-, dispensation for, to leave the cloister and study at a university, 530.

-, dispensation for, to remain in his order, in spite of a secret marriage, 512.

-, exemption of, from his order, upon obtaining a secular benefice, 537.

-, grants of irremovability to, 88, 91, 500.

-, imprisonment and torture of, 648.

-, indult to, to recover at law and dispose of property without obtaining licence, 587.

-, indult to, to study in a university, 530.

-, licence to, to make provisions of benefices in their gift, 599.

-, migration of, from order to order, 48, 151–2, 322, 512, 631 note, 639.

-, privileges of, 583, 584, 643, 665, 666, 667.

-, profession and reception of, 47, 73, 124, 141, 152, 198, 202, 203, 210, 214, 223, 224, 239, 265, 266, 288, 293, 295, 302, 307, 311, 357, 459, 461, 481, 487, 491, 505, 506, 512, 513, 520 (bis), 521, 608, 620, 625, 651, 672.

-, promotion of, to holy orders, even below age, 98, 160.

-, removal of, 403.

-, transfer of, from house to house, 619, 688, 689.

-, visitation and reformation of, 141, 171, 376, 404, 440, 559, 651.

-, vows of, 689.

-, of one order, dispensed to exercize the rule of a house of another, 357.

Religious houses, compromise concerning the appointment of a prior, 546.

-, dilapidation of, 146, 171, 190, 202, 405, 445, 500, 551, 628, 637, 651.

-, dispensation to exercise the administration of, 634.

-, exemption of, from the jurisdiction of the ordinaries, 403, 442, 615, 616.

-, exemption of, from the jurisdiction of the ordinary etc., and immediate subjection to the Roman church, 9, 35, 68, 88, 95, 103, 171, 204, 489, 495, 526, 634.

-, -, annulled, 496.

-, first fruits of benefices subject to, 559.

-, foundation of. See Foundation.

-, freed from the obligation to payasum of money to thechapter-general of the order, 678.

-, grants to, 238.

-, impoverishment of, 42, 50, 62–3, 82, 177, 370, 371, 373, 405, 411, 428, 551, 559, 594, 637, 651, 678.

-, indult to, to appoint one of their monks to govern a benefice in their patronage, 564.

-, privilege of, not to receive a person of noble birth as a monk, 124.

-, -, not to be bound to appear at synods save that of the ordinary, 441.

-, privileges of sanctuary held by, 580, 581.

-, procuration granted by, 576.

-, property of, usurped, 493.

-, suppression of an order in, 403.

Reservations, general, of:—

benefices reserved to, and undisposed of by Nicholas V at his death, 209, 243, 251.

benefices reserved to, and undisposed of by Calixtus III at his death, 482.

benefices void at the apostolic see, 338.

benefices void by the death of papal notaries, 209, 210.

cathedral churches void at the apostolic see, 30, 470.

conventual dignities, 133, 202, 288, 330, 331.

major dignities in cathedral churches, 271, 272, 338, 339, 375, 460.

-, ipso facto of benefices void by:—

death at the apostolic see (Roman court), 215, 242, 250, 259, 273, 276, 284, 304, 311, 316, 327, 341, 384, 394, 426, 437, 454, 456, 465, 477, 482, 508, 587.

death at a place less than two days’ journey from the Roman court, 400, 457, 458 note, 480.

death of continual commensal members of the households of cardinals, 68, 376, 458 note.

death of followers of the Roman court in Rome or between Rome and Mantua, 589.

death of members of the papal court (papal chaplains, papal notaries, abbreviatores, writers etc.), 24, 209, 210, 456, 457, 458 note.

John XXII's constitution ‘Execrabilis’ against plurality of benefices (Extrav. Jo. XXII, 3), 216, 220, 375, 390–2, 394, 491.

promotion by papal authority, 79, 243, 259, 332.

promotion to the episcopate and consecration, 1, 33, 47, 49, 64, 73, 214, 285, 307, 325, 333, 338, 346, 350, 375, 395, 400, 414, 415, 449, 454, 474, 482, 496, 507, 577 (bis).

resignation to the pope, or at the apostolic see, 25, 73, 211, 257, 322, 324, 340, 344, 357, 397, 411, 452, 470, 482.

-, special, of:—

bishoprics, 235, 264, 309, 322, 323 (bis), 324, 341, 357, 358 (bis), 359 (bis), 377.

religious houses, 74, 171.

a regular benefice, 432.

secular benefices in Ireland, 469, 499, 607, 619, 627, 694.

secular benefices, in Scotland, 1, 34, 42, 46 (bis), 64, 172, 305, 329, 429, 449, 474, 516, 519, 559, 577, 596, 601.

-, faculty to make collation and provision of benefices fully vacant in certain months in spite of, 593.

Residence of clergy, indults and dispensations of exemption from:—

for the sake of health, 232.

while residing at a cathedral church, 98, 577, 578.

while residing at the Roman court, 11, 60, 104, 118, 166, 169, 170, 555, 557, 577, 578, 596.

while in the service of a bishop or residing in a canonry, 107, 149, 435, 557, 596.

while singing in a bishop's chapel, 552.

while in the service of the pope, 99, 104.

while in the service of king Henry VI etc., 99, 538, 557.

while in the service of James II, king of Scots, 104.

while in the service of the Roman church, 104.

while acting as nuncio and receiver-general, 387.

while studying at a university, 11, 25, 60, 98, 104, 107, 118, 149, 162, 166, 169, 170, 338, 435, 538, 557, 577, 578, 596, 660.

Resignation, faculties and mandates to make, receive etc., 11, 18, 44, 55, 64, 104, 118, 203, 209, 243, 249, 289, 331, 334, 385, 436, 441, 447, 493, 513, 556, 557, 599, 689.

-, See also Reservations.

Revocation, papal, of new statutes, imposed upon a hospital by a visitor, 652.

Roman church, a bishopric immediately belonging to, 8.

-, the hospital of St. Mary, Bethlehem, taken under the protection of, 8.

-, money due to, 193.

-, oath of fealty to, 2, 203.

-, persons travelling on the business of, 23 note, 32, 59, 128.

-, plate etc. of Nicholas V assigned for the needs of, 191.

-, religious houses immediately subject to. See Religious houses, exemption of.

-, service of, 104.

-, standard of, raised by Francis [de Coppinis,] bishop of Terni, against the followers of Henry VI, 676.

-, vice-chamberlain of. See Caesaris de Senis, Alexius.

-, vice-chancellor of. See Lanzol-Borja, Rodrigo de.

Roman court, 107, 135, 387, 399, 443, 670, 685.

-, capture of a person returning from, 345.

-, citations to appear in, 101, 490.

-, custom of, 677.

-, death at, or within a day's journey from. See Reservations.

-, distance of Viterbo from, 400.

-, followers of, 456. See also Reservations.

-, indult for farm of benefices while residing at, 60.

-, litigation in, 110, 241, 257, 279, 290, 380, 384, 389, 408, 439, 449, 458, 465, 573, 589, 652, 679, 692, 693.

-, member of, 456.

-, merchants following, 17, 19, 26, 404, 412.

-, merchants (of Florence) in, 383.

-, Normans in, 599, 600.

-, officers of, list of, 194note.

-, officials of, protection of, 597, 598.

-, penitentiaries in. See Penitentiaries.

-, pensions to be paid in, 44, 388, 405.

-, proctors in, 300 note, 679.

-, proctor of the abbot of Inchaffray in, 672.

-, proctor of Edward IV in. See Courteney, Peter.

-, proctor of Henry VI in. See Fleming, Robert.

-, residence at. See Residence.

-, residents in, preference granted to, 184.

-, -, See also Guillermus Rocha, Peter; Marinaribus, Mark de, bishop of Alessandria; Marinoni, Mark, bishop of Orvieto; O'Hedian, John; Rustici - Cenci, Agapitus, bishop of Ancona.

-, resignation made in, 174.

-, Vincent Clementis commanded to repair to, 564.

-, David Kay present in, 601.

-, acquaintances of a friend of Thomas Kent in, 468, 469.

-, intention of Master John Lax to go to, 598.

-, Dermit Omaguaid present in, 207.

-, Reginald Peacock to be sent to, 529.

-, Thomas Spens, bishop of Aberdeen, saved the labour of going to, 310.

-, violent hands laid upon Thomas Vaus by William Lindsay in, 600.

Rubricelle , defects of, 158 note.

-, wanting in Lateran registers, 196 note.

S

Sacraments, right of administration of, 92, 116, 144, 241, 327, 378, 450, 534, 535, 539, 540, 643, 653, 659.

-, parishioners allowed to die without, 286.

-, ignorance of the way to administer, 349, 465.

Sacrilege, 424, 648, 689.

Safe-conducts, 1, 1 note, 5, 23 note, 32, 40, 59, 81, 113, 115, 120, 128, 164, 173, 376, 511, 535, 574, 580, 653, 654, 661, 694.

St. Augustine, order and rule of. See Arrouaise; Augustinian canons, canonesses, friars, hospitals and order; Bonshommes; Cruciferi, Gilbertine; Grandmont (in I.P.P.); St. Bridget, order of.

St. Augustus, a mistake for St. Augustine, order of, 558.

St. Bridget, order of, constitutions of, 151.

-, -, house of. See Syon abbey.

St. Francis, the third order of. See Franciscan Tertiaries.

St. Gilbert of Sempringham, order of. See Gilbertine.

St. Mary, order of. See Dover, hospital or God's house.

St. Peter, patrimony of, on this side Tiber, 19 note, 40, 41.

-, See also Roman church.

St. Victor, order of, houses of. See Bridgetown; Mons Sanctus; Waterford.

S. Spirito, order of, master-general of. See Matheus, Peter.

Sanctuaries, abuse of, 580, 581.

Scholasticus , 325.

Schools, 117, 119.

Scot, a. See Wyly, Richard.

Scots miles, 406, 617.

Secretary, papal, letter registered by command of, 662.

-, - See also Lax, John; Montepolitiano, Conradus de; Piccolominibus, G. de; Pontanus, O.; Varris, P. de.

Secular arm, invocation of the aid of, 14, 101, 104, 133, 137, 157, 167, 319, 378, 382, 496, 616, 668, 672, 685, 693.

Serjeants-at-arms, papal, 1, 1 note, 155.

Simony, by secular and regular clergy, 18, 28, 32, 41, 47, 60, 96, 198 (bis), 200, 201, 213 (bis), 214, 218, 219, 224, 247, 249, 251 (bis), 252, 253, 254, 255, 260, 265 (bis), 269, 273, 274, 275, 276, 277, 283, 284, 285, 291, 292, 295, 304, 305 (bis), 306, 314, 319, 320, 328, 340, 342, 348, 349, 352, 356, 390, 392, 393, 407, 408, 411, 420, 436 (bis), 437, 438, 443, 459, 461, 465, 467, 475 (bis), 476, 481, 485, 486, 487, 490, 491, 492, 501, 504, 508, 599, 634.

-, reservation of absolution from sentences of excommunication for. See Martin V.

Singing, instruction in, 119.

Statutes, of cathedral churches:—

Caithness, 616.

Exeter, 639.

Moray, 259.

Salisbury, 54.

Valencia, 545.

- of chantries, 14, 119, 170, 334.

- of colleges, 69, 70, 117, 118, 229, 376, 539, 541, 635.

- of hospitals, 69, 652.

- of orders, 559, 584, 640, 647 (bis).

- of religious houses, 13, 357, 445.

- of a sub-deanery, 639.

-, provincial, of Dublin, 464.

-, synodal, of Ossory, 464.

- made by the clergy of the dioceses in Wales and the marches, 648, 649.

Studium generale . See University.

Studium particulare , 208, 237, 254, 433.

Sub-deacons, papal. See Clementis, Vincent; Zabellis, Baptista de.

Sub-dean, dispensation to, to visit by deputy, 639.

-, See also Statutes.

Subsidy, charitative, indult for a bishop to exact, 471, 497.

Succession, immediate, of a son to his father, as abbot etc., illegal, 3, 199, 200, 506.

Suppression of a college, 655–7.

-, of a hospital, 69, 70.

-, of a house of friars, 403.

-, of a dignity, 448.

Synods, 441, 644, 665.

T

Tabellionatus officium . See Notaries public.

Tailors and linen armourers, confraternity or society of, in London, 240.

Tapistry, 404.

Tenth, indult to a bishop to exact from his diocese, 447.

Tenths, for a crusade, appointment of collectors of, 401.

-, -, collector of, in Ireland, 59.

-, -, imposed in France, 17, 19, 81.

-, -, in Germany, 21.

-, -, throughout the world, 20, 36, 80.

-, -, means of collection of, 36, 37, 40, 81, 401, 402.

-, -, method of calculating, 21.

Tiron, order of, Turuen[sis], Turonen[sis], ordo, houses of. See Glascarrig; St. Dogmells.

Tithes, 35, 230, 252, 266, 331, 442, 507, 532, 537.

-, dispute concerning, 241.

-, of fruits in a garden, 378.

-, of woodfall wood, dispute concerning, 134–7.

-, predial and personal, 618.

Tithes and oblations, disputes concerning, 129, 160, 196, 389.

-, farm of, 321 (bis).

-, licence to a chaplain to take, 203.

Tonsure, 315.

-, failure to wear, 486.

Tournois , petit tournois, 234, 458note, 517.

Translations of bishops:—

in Ireland, 44, 45, 64.

in Scotland, 310 (bis).

Treason, 426.

Trinitarian friars, belonging to houses not named, 47.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Berwick-uponTweed; Hounslow; Newcastle-upon-Tyne

in Ireland. See Adare.

in Scotland. See Fail.

-, the friars of Fail to be distributed amongst, 403.

-, minister-general of, 48.

Tuesday, important events in the life of Thomas Becket happening on, 516.

Turnen[sis], Turonen[sis], ordo. See Tiron.

U

Unchastity, dispensation for a nun to be promoted to any dignity or office in spite of, 127.

Unions of benefices:—

of all kinds to a college, 541, 542.

chapel to a college, 450.

chapel to a rectory, 507.

college to a college, 656.

hospital to a college, 69, 70.

hospital to a hospital, 447, 450.

house of friars to a college, 403.

priory to an abbey, 405.

priory to a priory, 426.

-, dissolved, 426.

rectories to an abbey, 441.

rectories to chapters, 318, 379.

rectories to episcopal mense, 605, 691.

rectory to a college, 92.

two moieties of a rectory, 338.

vicarage to a capitular mensa, 413.

-, annulled, 414.

vicarage to a dignity, 433.

vicarage to a rectory, 246.

vicarages to religious houses, 411, 428, 467, 478. rectory.

vicarages to vicarages, 66, 67, 668.

-, annulment by Calixtus III of such as had not taken effect at the commencement of his pontificate, 63, 67, 413.

-, provision for the celebration of divine offices after, 428.

University, studium generale, 433.

-, dispensation for non-promotion to holy orders while studying at. See Orders, priest's.

-, dispensation to receive a benefice while studying at, 665.

-, indults for farm of benefices while studying at. See Farm.

-, indult to a religious to leave the cloister and to receive a benefice in commendam while studying at, 530.

-, licence for a priest to lecture in laws in, 126.

-, none in Ireland, 208, 237.

Universities. See Cambridge; Oxford; Rome.

-, lately erected, letters conservatory to apply only to scholars residing in, 549.

Usury, 78, 444.

V

Val-des-Choux, order of, a monk of, transferred to the Cistercian order, 322.

Vestments. See Costume.

Vicarages, institution of, 43, 50, 82–3, 138, 389, 441, 478, 638.

Vicars, manses etc. for, conditions of repair of, 139, 140, 200.

-, portions assigned to, diminished, 139, 412.

-, -, disputes concerning, 200, 532, 533, 633.

Vicleviste. See Wickliffites.

Violence, 308, 344, 455, 600, 689.

Visitations, indult and dispensation to make by deputy, 97.

-, archidiaconal, faculties to make by deputy. See Archdeacons.

-, decanal, indult to make by deputy. See Dean.

-, episcopal, 229, 496.

-, -, faculties to make by deputy. See Bishops.

-, by a sub-dean. See Subdean.

Voidance, by obtaining and holding incompatible benefices, 55, 249, 278, 350, 375, 392, 394, 408, 427, 431, 438, 460, 492, 498.

-, by non-promotion to holy orders. See Orders, priest's.

-, by reason of a deformity, 274.

-, by regular profession, 223, 266.

Vows, absolution from, 170.

-, commutation and relaxation of, 21, 126, 171, 366, 513, 520, 521 (bis), 627, 688.

W

Wages, servants', burden of, 50, 82.

Wars of the Roses, participation of a legate de latere in, 676.

Wicliffites, Vicleviste, Wiclefiste, Wiclifiste, 34 note, 69 note, 146note, 662 note, 694 note.

Wills, 155, 637.

-, faculty to make, 52.

-, litigation about, 122–3, 258.

-, etc., jurisdiction in matters relating to, 156, 167, 691


Footnotes

1The names of persons and places referred to will be found in the foregoing Index of Persons and Places.