Vatican Regesta 538
1468-1471

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'Vatican Regesta 538: 1468-1471', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 12: 1458-1471 (1933), pp. 363-372. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103884 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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Vatican Regesta, Vol. DXXXVIII. (fn. 1)

Secrete.

5 Paul II.

1468.
4 Non. Oct.
(4 Oct.)
St. Mark's, Rome.
(f. 27.)
To the abbot of Drybrugh and John de Otterburn, provost of Meffen in the diocese of St. Andrews. Mandate, if they find, as contained in the petition of the provost and chapter of the church of St. Mary, Dunglas, in the diocese of St. Andrews, and Alexander Home, knight, lord of the said place, that the fruits etc., of the capitular mensa of the said church, which the said Alexander founded as a collegiate church, and which he endowed for eight canons and other beneficiaries, are insufficient for their maintenance, to unite in perpetuity to the said mensa, value not exceeding 60l. sterling, the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Enerwyk in the said diocese, value not exceeding 12l. sterling; so that on the death or resignation of the present vicar they may take possession and convert the fruits to their own uses, without requiring licence of the diocesan, or of the abbot of Paisley, O.S.B., in the diocese of Glasgow, to whose presentation the said vicarage belongs. Ex iniuncto nobis. (L. Dathus. | xxx. G. Pele. A. de Senis.D. de Piscia. N. Bregeon. Collat. G. Blondus. In the margin: Januarii.) [3 pp. Printed in Theiner, Vet.Monum. Hibern. et Scotorum Hist. Illust., p. 457, No. 839.]

7 Paul II.

1470[–1].
3 Kal. Feb.
(30 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 31d.)
To the abbots of St. Mary's, O'Dorney (de Ryrieleison, recte Kyrieleison) and Doraythoyg (i.e. de Raythoyg), in the diocese of Ardfert. Mandate (the pope having been informed by Donatus Macmothona, (fn. 2) clerk, of the diocese of Killaloe (Laonien.), that Donatus Ogrady, canon of Killaloe, has committed simony and fornication, and has alienated and dilapidated the immovable goods belonging to the canonry and prebend of Tomgreny in Killaloe, and that Eugenius Oheonayn, perpetual vicar of the parish church of Kylfenorkayc (fn. 3) in the said diocese, has committed simony and dilapidated precious moveables belonging to the said vicarage; and the recent petition of the said Donatus Macmochona, who alleges that he is of a race of kings and barons, containing that the fruits &c. of the said canonry and prebend are so slender that their holder cannot be maintained therewith) if the said Donatus Macmothona, who alleges that from fear of the said Donatus and Eugenius he is unable to meet them within the city and diocese of Killaloe, will accuse them before the above two abbots, to summon the said Donatus and Eugenius and others concerned, and if they find the foregoing to be true, to deprive and remove the said Donatus and Eugenius, and in that event to collate and assign the said canonry and prebend and vicarage, value not exceeding 16 and 12 marks sterling respectively, to the said Donatus Macmothona; whether they be then void by such deprivation, or be void by the resignation of the said Donatus Ogradi and Eugenius, or in any other way. They are moreover to unite the vicarage to the canonry and prebend, for the lifetime of the said Donatus Macmothona, and as long only as he shall hold the canonry and prebend. Preclari generis nobilitas, vite ac morum. (L. Dathus. | xxx. G. Pele. A. de Senis.D. de Piscia. S. de Mlynis (recte Mylnis). Collat. G.Blondus. In the margin Februarii.) [6½ pp.]
1470[–1].
Prid. Id. Jan.
(12 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 50d.)
To the provost and Dermit Macussarlay and Odo Odermaday, canons, of Tuam. Mandate (the pope having been informed by Thomas Macaedaguyn, priest, of Tuam, that William Russel, perpetual vicar of the parish church of Aummozo in the diocese of Tuam, has alienated precious moveables belonging to the said vicarage, and has committed perjury) if the said Thomas (who was lately dispensed by papal authority on account of illegitimacy, as the son of a subdeacon and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure, after which he was so promoted) will accuse the said William before the above three, to summon William and others concerned, and if they find the foregoing to be true, to deprive and remove William, and in that event to collate and assign the said vicarage, of lay patronage and value not exceeding 8 marks sterling, to Thomas; whether etc., as in the preceding, mutatis mutandis; notwithstanding that Thomas is litigating in Ireland (in partibus) about the provostship of Tuam, a non-major dignity, value not exceeding 3 marks sterling, provision of which was ordered to be made to him by papal authority. He is hereby specially dispensed, notwithstanding the said defect, etc., to receive and hold the vicarage, upon obtaining which he is to resign or give up his suit and all right to the provostship.Vite ac morum. (L. Dathus | xx. G. Pele. A. de Senis.D. de Piscia. Adrianus. Collat. G. Blondus. In the margin Februarii.) [5 pp.]
1470[–1].
3 Non. Jan.
(3 Jan.)
St. Mark's, Rome.
(f. 53d.)
To the abbot of Clare (de Furgio, alias de Clar), the prior of the priory of Iniscronayn in the diocese of Killaloe (Laonien.), and Matthew Obrien, canon of Killaloe. Mandate (the pope having been informed by Rory Ocomyn, priest, of the diocese of Killaloe, that Donald Ocormyd, priest, of the said diocese, made with Matthew, bishop of Killaloe, a simoniacal agreement that if the bishop would make him collation and provision of the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Tempulymalle in the said diocese, then void by the death of Odo Ocorbayn, he would pay the bishop a certain sum of money, and that the money was paid and the collation and provision made; and that Dermit Mackuylladruyg, rector of the rectory Fandii in the church of Druimlkelny (rector rectorie Fandii ecclesie de Druimlkelny), in the same diocese, has remained under sentence of excommunication for more than two years) if Rory will accuse the said Donald and Dermit before the above three, to summon them and others concerned, and if they find the foregoing to be true, to declare the said collation and provision null, deprive Dermit, and remove both Donald and Dermit from the said vicarage, which is without cure, and rectory respectively, and in that event to collate and assign them, value not exceeding 3 and 4 marks sterling respectively, whether they be then void by such deprivation, or in any other way, to Rory. Vite ac morum. (L. Dathus. | xx.G. Pele. A. de Senis. D. de Piscia. Collat. G. Blondus.A. de Vulterris. In the margin: Februarii.) [4½ pp.]
1470[–1].
7 Kal. Feb.
(26 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 61d.)
To Master John (fn. 4) Franciscus Pavinus, a papal chaplain and auditor of causes of the apostolic palace. Mandate, as below. It was lately set forth to pope on behalf of John Abbernethy, (fn. 5) clerk, of the diocese of Aberdeen, that the late James, bishop of St. Andrews, under pretext of a faculty granted to him by Nicholas V, and revoked by Calixtus III and Pius II, to dispense to holy orders in respect of illegitimacy and two benefices, after the said revocation dispensed the said John, notwithstanding his illegitimacy as the son of a married man and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold two compatible benefices, in virtue of which he was made a clerk and was promoted to the order of acolyte: that thereafter a cause arose between him and Thomas Kennedy, John Graham and William Lyon, clerks, about the parish church of Tanades in the diocese of St. Andrews, which, being void by the death of James Kennedy, [the said] John Abbernethy (in virtue of letters of the present pope, ordering provision to be made to him of one or two benefices wont to be assigned to secular clerks, even if one had cure, etc., in the common or several gift of the bishops of St. Andrews and Moray, the prior of St. Andrews and the dean etc. of Moray, and the chapters etc. of those churches, and dispensing him to hold such benefice or benefices) accepted, and had provision made to him thereof, which acceptance and provision the said Thomas, John Graham and William opposed and still oppose, preventing them from taking effect; that the pope at Abbernethy's instance committed the cause, although not lawfully devolved to the Roman court, to the above auditor, who has proceeded short of a conclusion; that, the said Thomas having abandoned the suit, and resigned to the pope all his right in or to the said church, the pope by certain letters ordered the said auditor to surrogate Abbernethy to Thomas's alleged right etc., and to collate and assign to him the said church; that subsequently, upon the said John Graham likewise abandoning the suit, and resigning to the pope all his right etc., the pope under date Non. Oct. anno 7 [1470] granted letters of surrogation to James Inglis, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow. At Abbernethy's recent petition, containing that, the letters concerning the said grant not being yet drawn up, Inglis proposes to resign it and all right in or to the church, and that the said William has likewise abandoned the suit and resigned all right, the pope, who by way of safeguard (fn. 6) dispensed Abbernethy by his said letters to the above auditor to act as a clerk, minister in his orders, and receive and retain for life the said church, hereby orders the above auditor to receive from the said James Inglis and William their said respective resignations, and to admit the same, and thereupon to surrogate Abbernethy to all right belonging to the said John Graham, James Inglis and William at the time of the said resignations, etc., admit him to possession of the said church, in which is still the said William, and, moreover, to collate and assign it to him, value not exceeding 40l. sterling, reserving to Inglis a yearly life pension of a third part of the fruits etc., to be paid by Abbernethy and his successors. As soon as he obtains possession, the pope's first letters shall be null and void as far as regards a benefice with cure, etc. Apostolice sedis. (L. Dathus. | xxxx. G. Pele. A. de Senis. Collat. G. Blondus. A. de Urbino. In the margin: Februarii.) [7½ pp. See above, p. 354.]
1470[–1].
4 Id. Jan.
(10 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 73d.)
To the treasurer of London and the chancellor of Wells. Mandate, as below. The recent petition of the dean and chapter of York contained that John Bothe, now bishop of Exeter, then treasurer of York, at the instance and with the authority and consent of the late William, archbishop of York, freely gave to Robert Cliffton, knight, and other laymen, the advowson or patronage of the parish church of Nether Walopp’ in the diocese of Winchester, which belonged to the treasurership of York, and which he was then holding; that the said Robert and others, with consent of the said archbishop and treasurer, freely gave the said patronage or advowson to the said dean and chapter, in order that the church should be united to the capitular mensa for the maintenance of the vicars choral; and that William, bishop of Winchester, at the instance of the said dean and chapter, and with consent of the prior and chapter of Winchester and of the archdeacon of the place, united the said church in perpetuity to the said mensa for the said maintenance, reserving a portion for a perpetual vicar, so that on the death or resignation of the then rector the dean and chapter might take possession etc. Afterwards, on the voidance of the said church by the resignation of Richard Feu(n)to (? recte Fenton), made to the said bishop William, the said dean and chapter obtained possession of the church, and still hold it, but Hugh Pakenham, layman, of the diocese of London, alleging that the manor (dominium) of Mottesfont in the county of Southampton, in the said diocese of Winchester, lawfully belonging to the said treasurership, in which manor the said church is situate, had been leased (arredatum) to him by the said treasurer, and falsely alleging that the said patronage belonged to him during the said lease (arrenda), presented to the said bishop William [for institution] to the said church, being void as above, the late Thomas Paslew, who, upon the said bishop refusing to admit the presentation, appealed to the apostolic see, which appeal the pope has committed to Master John Francis de Pavinis, papal chaplain and auditor of causes of the apostolic palace, who has proceeded, short of a conclusion. The pope having learned that whilst the cause has been pending before the said auditor the said Thomas has died, and the said petition adding that the dean and chapter doubt whether for certain reasons the said union holds good, and the pope having also learned that the church is still void as above, he hereby, at the said petition, orders the above two, if they find the facts to be as stated, to unite the said church, value (after deducting a vicar's portion) not exceeding 40 marks sterling of the money of England now current, to the said mensa in perpetuity for the said purpose. Pastoralis officii. (L.Dathus. | xxxx. G. Pele. A. de Senis. D. de Piscia.Collat. G. Blondus. A. de Mucciarellis. In the margin:Februarii.) [3¾ pp.]

6 Paul II.

1470.
Prid. Id. Sept.
(4 Sept.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 113.)
To the abbot of Dunfermling in the diocese of St. Andrews. Mandate to collate and assign to Alexander Inglis, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow, who alleges that he is of noble birth, the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Du[n]donalde in the same diocese. value not exceeding 13l. sterling, void by the resignation, for purpose of exchange, of Duncan Bounche to Andrew. bishop of Glasgow. Dignum arbitramur. (L. Dathus. | xxii.B. de Maffeis. Baudetus. D. de Piscia. N. Bregeon. Collat. G.Blondus. In the margin: Decembris.) [2 pp.]

7 Paul II.

1470[–1].
8 Id. March.
(8 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 123d.)
To the prior of Bridgetown (Villepontis) in the diocese of Cloyne (Clonen.). Mandate (the pope having been informed by Donald (fn. 7) Ocombay. clerk, of the diocese of Cloyne, that Maurice Ossyllybayn, canon of Cloyne. and open fornicator, has committed and been convicted of perjury, and has dilapidated the moveable and immovable goods of his canonry of Cloyne and prebend of Soboltur; having learned, moreover, that the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Achinan in the said diocese, of lay patronage, has been so long void that there is no certain knowledge of the manner of its voidance, and that by the Lateran statutes its collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although John Oscanlayn, priest, of the same diocese, has for more than twelve years detained it without any canonical title; and the recent petition of the said Donald containing that the fruits etc. of the said canonry and prebend are so slight that their holder cannot be becomingly maintained therewith, and that if the said vicarage were united thereto for Donald's lifetime he could be becomingly maintained, and could reside at the said church of Cloyne and be present at divine offices), if Donald (who was lately dispensed by papal authority on account of illegitimacy, as the son of a clerk and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to all holy, even priest's orders, (fn. 8) and hold a benefice even with cure, after which he was made a clerk) will accuse the said Maurice before the above prior, to summon him and John and others concerned, and if he find the facts to be as stated, to deprive and remove Maurice from the said canonry and prebend, value not exceeding 1 mark sterling, and in that event to collate and assign them to Donald, and to unite thereto, for his lifetime only, and as long as he shall hold them, the said vicarage, value not exceeding 6 marks sterling. He is hereby specially dispensed to receive and retain the said canonry and prebend, notwithstanding the said defect, etc.Apostolice sedis. (L. Dathus. | xxv. G. Pelle. Maffeis pro comput(atore). D. de Piscia. A. de Vulterris. Collat.G. Blondus. In the margin: Martii.) [6¼ pp.]
1470[–1].
4 Kal. Feb.
(29 Jan.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 153.)
To John, bishop of Calahorra (Calaguritan.), residing in the Roman court. Mandate, as below. The pope lately (upon its being set forth to him by the chaplains of the chantries of Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Catherine in the parish church of Eoches, (fn. 9) in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, that the late William, archbishop of York, had with consent of the chapter of York united and appropriated to the said chantries the parish churches of Bethum, alias Bethome, and Salborne (fn. 10) , alias Slayborne, in the diocese of York) ratified and confirmed the said union and appropriation. Afterwards, as the petition of John Wright and William Browne, priests, of the diocese of York, masters of arts, contained, the said chaplains in due course took possession of the said churches, on their successive voidance, but, on account of the said unions, the cure of souls in the said churches, in each of which a rector and a chaplain had been wont to serve, was no little neglected, hospitality abandoned, divine worship diminished, and children left to die without baptism and the sick without the sacraments, the said chaplains being intent on levying the fruits etc. of the said churches. but not on the cure of souls and hospitality and the celebration of divine worship, so that the parishioners, perceiving themselves to be abandoned, refused to pay tithes; wherefore George, archbishop of York, seeing that in the said churches no perpetual vicar had been instituted, although the said archbishop William had so ordained, revoked and annulled the said unions, and made collation and provision of Sladborn, alias (fn. 11) Slatborn, alias Slayborn, to the said William [Browne]; whilst John Schirwod, archdeacon of Richmond (inasmuch as to the archdeacon of Richmond belongs the collation etc. of the said church of Bethum, alias Bethome, situate in the said archdeaconry) made collation and provision of Bethum, alias Bethome, to the said John Wright, (fn. 12) in virtue of which collations the said William [Browne] and John Wright (fn. 12) took possession. The causes which therefore arose between the said John and the chaplains of the chantries of Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary about Bethum, and between William and the chaplains of the chantry of St. Catherine about Sladborn, were, at the instance of the said chaplains, committed by the pope, although they had not lawfully devolved to the Roman court, to the late Bernard Rouira, and upon his death, after proceeding short of a conclusion, to Master Anthony de Grassis, papal chaplains and auditors, the latter of whom has delivered a definitive sentence, by which he has declared the said union valid, adjudged Bethome to the chaplains of the chantries of Jesus and the Blessed Virgin Mary, and Sladborn to the chaplains of the chantry of St. Catherine, and imposed perpetual silence on John Wright and William [Browne] in regard to Bethome and Sladborn respectively, with condemnation in costs and fruits received, John and William's appeal from which sentence the pope has at their instance committed to the above bishop, who holds the place of a papal auditor, and who is said to have proceeded, short of a conclusion. Seeing that, as the same petition contained, by ancient and hitherto observed custom Bethome belongs to the presentation of the abbot and convent of St. Mary's without the walls of York, and Sladborn to that of the prior and convent of St. John the Evangelist's, Pontefract, in the said diocese of York, that they are both notable and ancient, with wide parishes, one of them nearly 30 miles in circumference, (fn. 13) that they have a large number of parishioners, that, on the other hand, the said chantries had not been erected before the said unions, but were newly and subsequently founded in the said church of Eches, which is only a parish church, and that they are in another diocese, that the said united churches are far more worthy (fn. 14) than the said chantries, and that the said William [Browne] and John Wright, if the pope's said confirmation and approbation cease, have a good right in the said churches, and hope to win a sentence in their favour in respect of the nullity or at least the revocation of the said unions, the pope, moved also by certain other considerations (mentioned), hereby orders the above bishop, if he find the statements of the said William [Brown] and John Wright to be true, to declare the said unions to be null and invalid, or revoke and dissolve them, and to decree the said collations and provisions, viz. of Sladborn to William by archbishop George, and of Bethome to John Wright by archdeacon John, to be valid, causing William and John to have peaceable possession of the said respective churches.Apostolice sedis. (L. Dathus. | lxv. (cancelled). G. Pele.M. Millinus. Collat. G. de Blondus. In the margin:Martii.) [6¾ pp. See Cal. Papal Lett., Vol. XI, p. 258.]
1471.
5 Kal. April.
(28 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 216.)
To the abbot of SS. Broganus and Cohanus. Mothel (de Mothalya), and the prior of St. Mary's, Cathyr, in the diocese of Lismore, and Thomas Offlaywayn, canon of Lismore. Mandate to collate and assign to Nectanus Omychaym, perpetual vicar of the parish churches of Killmore (fn. 15) and Ardcholum, (fn. 16) in the diocese of Lismore, united with the patron's consent for the lifetime of the said Neetanus only, and value not exceeding 7 marks sterling, a canonry of Lismore and the prebend of Disert and Killmellaym therein, value not exceeding 8 marks sterling, so long void that by the Lateran statutes their collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although Patrick Guber (?), perpetual vicar of Bruryhy (after he had, without dispensation and against ‘Execrabilis,’ held together for more than a month the said vicarage and the rectory of Kylbride in the diocese of Limerick, which have cure, and thereby incurred disability), obtained by authority of the ordinary collation of the said canonry and prebend, and has detained them for about eight years without any canonical title; summoning and removing the said Patrick and any other unlawful detainer.Vite ac morum. (L. Dathus. | xx. A. de Collis. Jo. de Aquilone. D. de Piscia. S. de Mylynis. Collat. G. Blondus. In the margin: Aprilis.) [5 pp.]
1470.
19 Kal. Jan.
(14 Dec.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 308.)
To John Fuches, preceptor of St. Anthony's near Lech (fn. 17) O.S.A., in the diocese of St. Andrews. Collation and provision, etc., as below. On the voidance of the above preceptorship, which is a preceptorship-general, by the resignation of Michael Gray, made through his proctor William Mouat, canon of Moray, to Anthony Bernardi. claustral prior of the monastery of St. Anthony's in the diocese of Vienne, vicar-general in spirituals of Benedict, [now bishop] elect of Coutances, then abbot of the said monastery, the said vicar (perhaps in ignorance of the pope's late reservation of all preceptorships-general of all orders) made collation and provision of it to the above John. Seeing that by reason of the said reservation the said collation and provision are without force, the pope hereby makes collation and provision to the said John of the said preceptorship, which depends on the said monastery, and is wont to be served by the canons thereof, of whom John is one, and whose value does not exceed 40l. sterling; with mandate hereby to the bishop of Urbino (Urbinat.) and the prior and official of St. Andrews to induct him thereto.Religionis zelus, vite etc. (L. Dathus. | xxvi. G. Pele.Jo. de Aquilone. D. de Piscia. B. de Capotius [sic]. In the margin: Maii.) [3 pp.]
1471.
5 Non. May.
(3 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 309d.)
To the archdeacon and John Otuathig and Renaldus (fn. 18) Omurhily, canons, of Ross. Mandate (the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Lysslay in the diocese of Ross, of lay patronage, being void because Thady Odonnygayn, priest, of the said diocese, when holding it, obtained by authority of the ordinary the rectories of Theagsasan and Lyachmonyg in the diocese of Cork, with cure; and the perpetual vicarage of the parish church of Donachmorkyllsaleach in the diocese of Ross being also void, both of them so long that by the Lateran statutes their collation has lapsed to the apostolic see, although the said Thady has for about twelve years unlawfully detained the said vicarage of Lysslay along with the said rectories, without any canonical dispensation, and although Arthur Ohayrt, priest, of the diocese of Ross, has unlawfully detained the said vicarage of Donachmorkyllsaleach for about three years, under pretext of a collation by the ordinary made after the [said] lapse), to collate and assign to James Hodone (fn. 19) , priest, of the diocese of Ross, who alleges that he is of noble birth, and that he is the son of the patron of Lisslay, the said vicarages of Lisslay and Donachmorkyllsaleach, value not exceeding 16 and 3 marks sterling respectively, both with cure, and not more than four miles distant from one another; summoning and removing the said Thady and Arthur and any other unlawful detainers. The pope hereby specially dispenses James to receive and hold them, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, notwithstanding his late ordinance against the granting of dispensations to hold two parish churches unless they were so near that they could be served by one man, and unless their value did not exceed 24 gold florins de camera.Nobilitas generis, vite etc. (L. Dathus. | xxx. A. de Collis. Jo. de Aquilone. D. de Piscia. Baudetus. Collat.G. Blondus. In the margin. Maii.) [5 pp.]

Footnotes

1 On the back of the volume is the usual modern lettering: ‘Paul. in.Secret. An. vi. vii. Lib. xv.’ Inside it is the usual front half of the original sheepskin binding, with the description: ‘de Anno viio,’ the word ‘Finis,' etc. A contemporary description occurs, as usual, on the bottom edge of the volume. viz. ‘xv. bullarum d. Pauli.’ The rubricelle are announced on a contemporary end-paper, and begin on the following leaf, with the heading: ‘Rubricelle libri quintidecimi bullarum sanctissimi domini nostri Pauli pape ii.’ They extend to 9 pp. and end with the word ‘Finis.’ There are ff. 1–313 of text, and f. 314 blank.
2 Also written ‘Macmochona’ (Mac Mahon).
3 Also written ‘Ky[l]fenorchayc.’
4 Johanni’ is added above the line.
5 Also written ‘Abernethy,’ passim.
6 pro potiori cautella.
7 Miswritten ‘Bonaldus’ in the Rubricelle.
8 ad omnes sacros etiam presbyteratus ordines, a variant of the more usual ad omnes etiam sacros ordines.
9 Or Eches, as below; recte Eccles.
10 Recte ‘Sladborne’ or ‘Slatborne; cf. below. Before ‘Salborne’ is 'sladborne,’ cancelled.
11 MS. et.
12 MS. Bright.
13 quarum altera circuit milliaria quasi triginta,
14 longe digniores.
15 Also written Kylmore.
16 Also written Ardeollum.
17 Recte Leth.
18 Or Kenaldus.
19 Not clear.