Lateran Regesta 61
1398

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'Lateran Regesta 61: 1398', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 5: 1398-1404 (1904), pp. 168-177. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104116 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Lateran Regesta, Vol. LXI.

De Diversis Formis.

Kal. Nov.
St. Peter's, Rome,
(f. 13.)
To the archbishop of Armagh. Mandate to admonish Nicholas bishop of Kilmore and others concerned to vacate and make satisfaction for fruits received from the perpetual vicarage of St. Patrick's Drong, to which the parish church of St. Brigid, Learach, is united, both in the diocese of Kilmore, which, having been previously reserved by the pope, became void by the promotion and consecration of Gilbert bishop of Ardagh, and provision of which was made by the pope to Augustine Macbradaich, who obtained possession but has been expelled by the above bishop. The usual faculty is given to enforce his monition. Exhibita nobis. (Pro Deo.)
15 Kal. Aug.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 29d.)
Grant perpetual of the indulgence of the Portiuncula to penitents who from the first to the second vespers of the first Sunday after the Nativity of St. Mary the Virgin [September 8th] and on the two next following days visit the collegiate church of St. Mary in the Fields, Norwich, and its relics, and give alms for the repair and conservation thereof; with indult that on the said days, and also on the two days immediately preceding the Sunday, the dean and eight other priests or more of his choice, secular or religious, may hear their confessions. Univ. Christifid. etc. Licet is. (De mandato.)
4 Id. July.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 31.)
Appropriation—at the petition of Thomas de Aston, canon of Lincoln, containing that he is patron of the parish churches of Little Carleton (Parra Carleolen.) in the diocese of Lincoln, in which for forty years there have been no parishioners, and Skeldynghop, and is also founder of the poor hospital of St. Edmund, king and martyr, in Spytell-of-the-Stret in the same diocese, whose welfare he greatly desires—of the said churches, value respectively not exceeding 5 and 20 marks, to the said hospital, value not exceeding 34. On the resignation or death of the present rectors the master of the hospital, called a warden, may take possession and appoint one perpetual vicar for both, with a fitting portion. Ad fut. rei mem. Humilibus supplicum. (De mandato.)
13 Kal. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 32d.)
To the bishop of Clonfert. Mandate to absolve William Ohuran and Raganylt Ynymadagayn, of his diocese, from excommunication incurred by reason that they, after frequent fornication from which offspring was born, contracted marriage, knowing that they were doubly related in the third degree of affinity, under pretext of a dispensation from Maurice, archbishop of Tuam, who asserted that he had special power for the purpose from the apostolic see, as to which power there is a doubt. They are to have, after being separated for a time, dispensation to contract marriage anew, past and future offspring of the marriage being declared legitimate. The survivor of the two shall remain perpetually unwed. Oblate nobis.
Kal. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 36.)
Confirmation motu proprio of the immemorial custom, and of its confirmation by Innocent III., assigning to the canons resident of Lincoln, the seventh portion of the revenues of the prebends of canons who do not reside during a third part of the year, which custom was described in the petition of the dean and chapter to the said pope as having obtained for forty years and more. To the dean and chapter is given power to enforce the custom by ecclesiastical censure, etc, and to exact and distribute the said seventh portion, and to sequestrate the revenues of non-resident canons until it be paid. Ad jut. rei mem. Ad ea que divini.
Id. June.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 53.)
To the bishop of Achonry, and the dean and Philip Okearrny, canon, of Killala. Mandate at the petition of Thomas Baret, canon of Killala, to summon the Augustinian prior and convent of St. Mary's, Miulindgerr, in the diocese of Meath, who, pretending that it was appropriated to them, have long held to their own uses, without putting anyone to serve it, and have for twenty-four years and more farmed to laymen the fruits etc. of the rural parsonage called a rectory, with cure, of Tyreaiuhaly, in the diocese of Killala, value not exceeding 24 marks, formerly wont to be held by secular clerks. The appropriation, if any, is to be dissolved, and the parsonage is to be collated and assigned to Baret; notwithstanding that he has lately by authority of the ordinary been made a canon of Killala, and that the pope has ordered provision to be made to him [f. 200] of the archdeaconry of the same, a dignity with cure, value not exceeding 15 marks, which was expected to become void, and which he has hereby dispensation to hold for life together with the said parsonage. Inasmuch as Baret cannot safely go to the city and diocese of Meath, power is given to execute the aforesaid, papal constitutions to the contrary notwithstanding. Apostolice sedis. (De mandato.)
11 Kal. April.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 85.)
To Richard, archbishop of York. Informing him that the pope is causing to be assigned to him the pallium, for which he has asked on his translation from Lichfield. Cum nuper te. (De mandato.)
Ibid. To the bishops of London, Salisbury and Carlisle. Mandate to assign the pallium to the said archbishop, and to receive from him and send to the pope the usual oath of fealty according to the form enclosed. Cum pallium insigne. (De mandato.)
3 Id. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 91.)
To John Rede, archdeacon of Cork. Dispensation to him—who [holds] the canonry and prebend of Dewnaghmar in Limerick, of which he has been despoiled, and is litigating in the apostolic palace about the canonry and prebend of Regole in Cashel, value altogether not exceeding 12 marks; has recently accepted, as below, the deanery of Waterford, value not exceeding 20 marks; and has lately had provision from the pope of canonries of Ferns and Lismore with expectation of prebends, and of the then void church of Crissellow in the diocese of Lincoln, of which he has not yet got possession, and which he was and is to resign on obtaining the said deanery—to hold, if he obtain it, the archdeaconry of Cork, value not exceeding 15 marks, together with and for two years after obtaining the said deanery, a major elective dignity with cure; notwithstanding that by the terms of the pope's late provision to him of the archdeaconry, although his obtaining it was not to prejudice his right to the deanery, of which he had had previous provision, he was bound, upon obtaining the deanery to resign the archdeaconry. He is during the said two years to exchange either the archdeaconry or the deanery for a benefice compatible with the other; if not, the archdeaconry is to be resigned. Vite ac morum.
4 Non. July.
St. Peter s, Rome.
(f. 105.)
To Thomas Fulmere, rector of Lambmerssh in the diocese of London. Dispensation to hold for life together with the said church, value not exceeding 24 marks, one other benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if it be an elective dignity, major and with cure in a metropolitan or cathedral, or principal (parochialis, sic) in a collegiate church, personatus or office, in a metropolitan, cathedral or collegiate church, or be a parish church, and to exchange both as often as he pleases for two similar or dissimilar incompatible benefices. Vite ac morum.
14 Kal. Aug.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 124.)
To John Wikeham, clerk, of the diocese of Winchester. Dispensation on attaining his twentieth year to hold a dignity, even if in a cathedral or collegiate church, personatus or office, or other benefice with or without cure, and to exchange it for a similar or dissimilar benefice. Vite ac morum. (De mandato.)
16 Kal. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 133.)
To John ap Rys, priest, of the diocese of Bangor. Rehabilitation on account of his having obtained by papal authority and held in addition to his church of Llandiffnan (sic), the archdeaconry of Anglesey, contrary to John XXII's constitution—Execrabilis. Both are to be resigned. Sedes apostolica.
Ibid.
(f. 133d.)
To the bishop of St. Asaph, and the abbots of Chester and Conwy. Mandate, recapitulating the above rehabilitation, to collate and assign to the above John ap Rys, after he has resigned, the said archdeaconry, value not exceeding 75 marks, void and reserved to the pope under the above named constitution. Rys was presented by king Richard, the reigning king of England being, by special privilege of the apostolic see, patron of the said archdeaconry, and, in course of litigation about it, has obtained a definitive sentence in the apostolic palace. Vite ac morum.
14 Kal. Aug.
St. Peter's. Rome.
(f. 146.)
Confirmation of statutes, and dispensation, as below. Urban VI, at the petition of William, bishop of Winchester, containing that with licence of that pope he had instituted near Winchester a college, commonly called ‘Sancte Marie College of Wynchestre’ for seventy poor scholar clerks to study grammar, had deputed a perpetual president, called a warden, and had appointed the said scholars, confirmed the institution, foundation, and construction, etc. Afterwards it was set forth to the present pope by the said bishop that in the deputing of such warden for the government of the scholars, their instructors in grammar, and the many priests and clerks for divine offices, it had been ordained that he must be a graduate in theology or in canon or civil law, and be continually resident, under oath, except when absent on business of the college.
The pope therefore, at the bishop's petition, granted dispensation to the then warden and to the warden for the time being to receive and hold with his wardenship, not to be bound to reside in, and to take in absence and let to farm the fruits etc. of, any benefice, even if a dignity, personatus or office, with or without cure, in a metropolitan, cathedral or collegiate church, even if requiring personal residence. The recent petition of the warden and scholars contains that according to the statutes and ordinances which had been, at the time of the said dispensation, put forth by the bishop, the warden was allowed to absent himself for one month only a year for other causes than the business of the college, and that now, according to new ordinances and statutes of the bishop, he may absent himself for two months and no more, and may be M.A., as is the present warden. The pope therefore, at the bishop's petition, confirms the said new ordinances and statutes, and grants dispensation to the present warden and each of his successors, whether he be a graduate in theology or in canon or civil law or M.A., to receive and hold together with his wardenship and not to be bound to reside in, a parish church or dignity, personatus or office, or any other benefice, with or without cure, even if in a metropolitan or cathedral or collegiate church, and requiring personal residence, to resign the same, simply or for exchange, as often as seems good to him, for a similar or dissimilar benefice, to take the fruits, as though resident, and let them to farm to clerks or laymen. Ad fut. rei mem. Ad ea que commodum. (De mandato.) (Cancelled with strokes, and in margin: Cancellata quia alibi cum eius executoria registrata est, N. de Ben[even]to.)
Ibid.
(f. 147d.)
Confirmation of statutes, and dispensation, as below. Urban VI at the petition of William, bishop of Winchester, containing that with licence of that pope he had founded and built at Oxford a house and chapel for a college and seventy scholar clerks to study theology, canon and civil law and arts, with a perpetual president called a warden, continually resident, under oath, except when absent on business of the college, granted dispensation to the then warden and to the warden for the time being to receive and hold with his wardenship, not to be bound to reside in, and to take in absence and let to farm the fruits etc. of, any benefice, [even if] a dignity, personatus or office, even if with cure and requiring personal residence. The recent petition of the warden and scholars contains that according to the statutes and ordinances which had been, at the time of the said dispensation, put forth by the bishop, the warden was allowed to absent himself, etc., as in the preceding as far as the end. Ad fut. rei mem. Ad ca que commodum. (De mandato.) (Cancelled, with marginal note, as in the preceding.)
14 Kal. Aug.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 149d.)
Confirmation of the appropriation to the college of St. Mary of Winchester, at Oxford, commonly called ‘Sancte Marie college of Wynchestre,’ of the church of Heghfelde in the diocese of Winchester, value, after deducting the anciently instituted perpetual vicar's portion, not exceeding 24 marks, of the patronage of the warden and scholars of the said college, value not exceeding 1,000 marks, made, with licence of king Richard and with the consent of the prior and chapter of Winchester, by bishop William. Exemplification is given of the bishop's letters (which have the spelling Seinte) dated in the chapel of Farnham castle, 25 June, 1383, indiction 6, the 6th year of Urban VI, and witnessed by Master Nicholas de Alersforde, M.A., perpetual vicar of Dounton, Sir William Boteller, rector of Bryghteston in the Isle of Wight, William de Norton, rector of West Meones, and John de Swafham, public notaries, of the dioceses of Salisbury, Winchester, London, and Norwich. Ad fut. rei mem. Hiis que provide. (De mandato.)
Ibid.
(f. 152.)
To the warden and scholars, present and future, of the college instituted near Winchester by William, bishop of Winchester. Indult for their college, commonly called ‘Sancte Marie College of Wynchestre,’ which the said bishop has instituted, and for which he has founded, built, and endowed a house with a chapel or oratory—in pursuance of two former successive indults (i) to have a cemetery for the members of the college and for other persons desirous of being buried there, without requiring licence of the parish priest, but saving all other rights of the parish church [See Reg. Lat. II, f. 149d] (ii) to receive any oblations, endowments, legacies, etc., without requiring the licence of the diocesan or any other [See Reg. Lat. XIV, f. 107d]—that, the ambiguity due to the omission in the second letters of any mention of the first being abolished, and their authenticity being affirmed, they may receive all such oblations and the whole of the funeral emoluments, without any deduction and without requiring licence, as above. Precipue devocionis. (De mandato.)
Ibid.
(f. 153.)
Confirmation of certain ordinances and statutes made by William, bishop of Winchester, in regard to jurisdiction over the college founded by him at Oxford, etc. as below. Urban VI by successive indults (i) granted that the said wardens, scholars, and other members of the college should be subject to bishop William for his life, and be exempt from the jurisdiction of any other ordinaries, and that their appointment and removal should be in his hands for his life only; (ii) extended the same to all future bishops of Winchester. Bishop William's recent petition to the present pope contained that under the ordinances and statutes made by him the appointment and removal of the warden belongs in certain cases to the bishop of Winchester for the time being, but that as regards the scholars and other persons, their removal only, and not their appointment belongs in certain cases to the same. In accordance with his petition, in furtherance of his desire that the college and the place thereof may enjoy greater liberty, the pope declares that Urban VI's second indult does not confer on the bishop of Winchester for the time being any more jurisdiction or power in the appointment of the warden, scholars and others than is conferred on him by the said statutes; exempts the warden, scholars and others, and the college and place itself, from the jurisdiction of papal legates and delegates, archbishops, bishops, judges, and ecclesiastical ordinaries, and subjects them to that of bishop William and his successors. Ad perp. rei mem. Ea que pro commodo. (De mandato.)
5 Id. July.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 173.)
To the bishop of—. (fn. 1) Mandate to allow the inhabitants of Nedeham in the parish of Benkyng (sic), in the diocese of Norwich, to erect a baptismal font in their chapel, which is distant about a legal mile from its said parish church, and to have mass and other divine offices celebrated therein by a fit priest at their own charges. Humilibus et honestis. (De mandato.)
12 Kal. March.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 173.)
To Richard Possewyk, rector of Lycham or Licham, in the diocese of Norwich. Dispensation to remain in minor orders for two years. Vite ac morum.
Non. Aug.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 175.)
Relaxation of five years and five quadragene of enjoined penance to penitents who on the feasts of St. Helen, St. Michael and the dedication, visit and give alms to the parish church of Elyndon in the diocese of Salisbury. Unir. Christifid. etc. Licet is.
13 Kal. June.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 199.)
To the bishop of Killala. Mandate to summon John Magoreachdai, archdeacon of Killala, touching the forgery (falsitate), of which he is greatly suspected, of a dispensation said to have come from the penitentiary of Urban VI, under pretext of which Henry Baret, donsel, nobleman, and Joan de Burgo, damsel, noble woman, of the diocese of Killala, related in the second degree of affinity, were joined in matrimony; and also touching the irregularity which he contracted by voluntarily going with the late Donald Oconchiur, captain, who invaded in arms the territory of the church of Killala, there committed rapine, fire, and slaughter, and slew divers rustics and others. If John be found guilty he is to be deprived of his archdeaconry. Ad audienciam nostram.
1398.
13 Kal. June.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 200.)
To the same. Mandate, recapitulating the preceding, if the above John be found guilty and deprived, to collate and assign his archdeaconry, which is not elective and does not exceed in value 15 marks, to Thomas Baret; notwithstanding that Thomas has lately been received by authority of the ordinary as a canon of Killala. Vite ac morum.

(f. 210.)
To John [Leycestre, a Carmelite,] archbishop of Smyrna. [Dispensation] to him, who receives nothing from the fruits of his archiepiscopal mensa, and has no other means whereby decently to maintain his episcopal estate—. Unfinished and cancelled with strokes only.
14 Kal. June.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 210.)
To [Thuribius] bishop of Tuy. Mandate as below. The petition, set forth this day, of Richard Tyrtesbury or Tyttesbury, priest, of the diocese of Exeter, repeats part of the circumstances related above, [Reg. Lat. LII, f. 33] namely, his furnishing of arms; his denunciation of robbers; his share in appeasing the tumult at Oxford; and, although believing himself to have thereby incurred divers sentences and penalties, his holding for three years and more the church of Westbeare; his receiving meanwhile minor orders and those of subdeacon, deacon, and priest, of which orders he fears that he received deacon's simoniacally and priest's from a bishop simoniacally promoted; his saying mass for about five months in places unconsecrated, and in places consecrated but under interdict; his afterwards ceasing to celebrate mass and divine offices, but very often taking part therein as he did before he became priest; his resigning the said church and holding that of Farendon alias Farryngdon for more than a year; his obtaining, on the king's presentation to Edmund, bishop of Exeter, the second moiety or portion of Ermyngton, void by the death of William Falewell, Farendon being resigned, and his holding the said moiety for about a year, by virtue of the said presentation and institution [this fact also appears in Reg. LII, but is there cancelled]. Tyttesbury's said petition further recapitulates the pope's mandate to the above bishop, namely to absolve, dispense and rehabilitate him, and the clause requiring the resignation of the said moiety. The pope now orders the bishop, upon the said mandate being executed, to collate and assign to Tyttesbury the said moiety, value not exceeding 60 marks, void as above, and so long void that by the Lateran statutes its collation has lapsed to the superior [patron]. Vite ac morum.
Id. Aug.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 213d.)
To Henry Broun, rector of Cheyham in the diocese of Winchester. Dispensation motu proprio to him—whom, then, as now, holding Cheyham, the present pope formerly dispensed to hold for three years two mutually [in] compatible benefices, even if one were an elective dignity, with cure, and major in a cathedral or metropolitan, or principal and united in a collegiate church, and during that period to exchange them as often as seemed good to him for similar or dissimilar benefices—so that he may continue to hold, even beyond the said term, which will shortly expire, and for life, the said church, which he has been holding under his dispensation together with St. Vedast's, London; and may exchange them for similar or dissimilar mutually [in] compatible benefices, with or without cure, even if elective dignities, major or principal respectively, personatus or offices in metropolitan, cathedral or collegiate churches. Vite ac morum. (De mandato.)
7 Kal. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 224d.)
Relaxation of three years and three quadragene of enjoined penance to penitents who on the principal feasts of the year and those of St. Nicholas and the dedication, the octaves of certain of them and the six days of Whitsun week; and of a hundred days to those who during the said octaves and six days visit and give alms for the conservation of the church of St. Nicholas, Swynysheved, in the diocese of Lincoln. Univ. Christifid. etc. Licet is.
5 Id. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 252.)
The like to penitents who on the principal feasts of the year and the dedication, etc., as above, visit and give alms to the chapel of Holy Trinity, Richmond, in the diocese of York. Univ. Christifid. etc. [Licet is.]
2 Id. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 252.)
The like to penitents who on the principal feasts of the year and the dedication, etc., visit and give alms to the chapel of St. Nicholas without the gate of Louth Park monastery, in the diocese of Lincoln. Univ. Christifid. etc. Licet is.
Non Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 252d.)
The like to penitents who on the principal feasts of the year and the dedication, etc. visit and give alms for the conservation of the altar of All Saints, in the parish church of Rothebery, in the diocese of Durham. Univ. Christifid. etc. Licet is.
Ibid.
(f. 253.)
The like to penitents who on the same feasts visit and give alms for the conservation of the altar of St. John Baptist in the church of the Premonstratensian monastery of Egliston, in the diocese of York. Univ. Christifid. etc. Licet is.
4 Id. May.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 254d.)
To Henry, elect of Lincoln. Faculty to grant dispensation to eight persons on account of any kind of illegitimacy to be promoted to all, even holy orders, and hold two compatible benefices, even if one of them be a canonry and prebend or an elective dignity, principal in a collegiate church, personatus or office, with or without cure, in a cathedral or collegiate church, and exchange them as often as they please for similar or dissimilar mutually compatible benefices. Personam tuam.
3 Id. Oct.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 256d.)
To the bishop of Telese. Mandate to declare that Thomas Okeallych, subdeacon, of the diocese of Clonfert, if the facts, of which he says there is proof in the Roman court, be as stated, has incurred no irregularity, etc. Lately he received from the pope, upon his assertion that he was professed monk of the order, provision of the Cistercian abbey, then void, of Knockmoy (de Colle Victorie), in the diocese of Tuam. His recent petition contained that although he received the Cistercian habit, not in a monastery nor from a prelate but only from a certain monk, and wore it for less than a year, he did not make his profession, and did not cause the letters of provision to be made out. His petition added that deeming himself unable to observe the rule, he has put off the habit and resumed secular dress. He is to be declared not a professed monk of the order, and restored to his former condition. Humilibus et honestis.
Kal. Aug.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 270.)
Confirmation of the appropriation by John [de Pontisara], sometime bishop of Winchester, with the consent of king Edward [I] and of the prior and chapter of Winchester, to the provost, chaplains and clerks of St. Elizabeth's chapel without the walls of Winchester, which he instituted but did not sufficiently endow, of the church of Hurstlegh in his diocese and of the bishop's patronage, whose value after deducting the perpetual vicar's portion did not exceed 50 marks, that of the chapel not exceeding 200. The bishop's letters—Univ. sancte, etc. Cum inter cetera, exemplification of which is given, are dated in his castle of Wolveseye, prid. Kal. May, 1302, the 20th year of his consecration; and the inspeximus and confirmation by prior Henry and the convent of St. Swithin's of the appropriation by John de Pontisara, bishop of Winchester, are dated in their chapter house, Non. May, 1302. The bishop's letters state that he has founded a new chapel in the bishop's meadow, called St. Stephen's meadow, before the gate of Wolveseye castle, in honour of the Holy Trinity, St. Mary the Virgin, All Saints, and specially St. Elizabeth of Hungary, with three altars of St. Elizabeth, and two lesser side altars of SS. Stephen and Laurence, martyrs, and SS. Edmund king and martyr and Thomas of Canterbury, for a provost, six chaplains and six clerks; that he has granted the said meadow of six acres to the chapel and to John de Woneford, then chaplain, now provost; that he has transferred to the new chapel the ancient chapel of St. Stephen in the meadow, which is so ruinous that the chaplain who serves it cannot safely celebrate divine offices; and that he now makes appropriation to the new chapel of the church of Hurstlegh, to take effect on the resignation or death of the rector Hugh de Welewyk, who has agreed to pay during his life to the provost and others of the said chapel a yearly pension of one mark. The aforesaid meadow lies between the king's highway from Wolveseye gate to Chushulle on the south, and the two banks which run respectively from the mill of Segrinus and the mill of Flodstok to the corner of the meadow called ‘Crepestre’ opposite the Carmelites’ meadow. Ad fut. rei mem. Eis que pro utilitate. (De mandato.)
12 Kal. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 273.)
To John Ware, rector of Elyndon in the diocese of Salisbury, bachelor of canon law. Indult to him, who is a priest, to study civil law for five years in an university, notwithstanding his holding Elyndon or any other benefice with cure. Litterarum sciencia, vite ac morum. (De mandato.)
1398.
7 Kal. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 273.)
To Margaret Beauchamp, wife of Thomas Beauchamp, late earl of Warwick. Indult to enter with three honest matrons the Minoresses’ monastery of Algate without the walls of London, or any other of the enclosed nuns of St. Clare or other order, and to remain there for life or at pleasure. Devocionis tue. (De mandato.)
15 Kal. Sept.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 274.)
To John Botisham, rector of the church, which has cure, of Campsale in the diocese of York. Dispensation to him—who holds, besides Campsale, canonries and prebends of York and Lincoln and a portion in the collegiate church of Norton in the diocese of Durham, value in all not exceeding 260 marks—to hold for life two benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if one of them be a parish church or a perpetual vicarage with cure or an elective dignity, major in a metropolitan or cathedral, or principal and united in a collegiate church, personatus or office, with or without cure, and to exchange them as often as he pleases for two similar or dissimilar incompatible benefices. Vite ac morum. (De mandato.)
Non. Aug.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 275.)
Relaxation of seven years and seven quadragene of enjoined penance to penitents who on the principal feasts of the year and that of the dedication, the usual octaves and six days; and of a hundred days to those who during the said octaves and days visit and give alms for the conservation of the church of Milton in the diocese of Lincoln. Univ. Christifid. etc. Licet is. (De mandato.)
12 Kal. Oct.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 281d.)
To Thomas Kyrkeby, rector of Bynbrok in the diocese of Lincoln. Indult to choose his confessor, who has hereby faculty for this time only to absolve him from sentences of excommunication incurred by laying violent hands on clerks or priests, and to grant him dispensation on account of irregularity contracted by celebrating or taking part in divine offices, so that he may freely and lawfully hold Bynbrok and his other benefices. Benigno sunt tibi. (De mandato.)

Footnotes

1 Marginal note: in hoc spatio nichil erat in bulla.