Regesta 346
1413-1415

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1904

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'Regesta 346: 1413-1415', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 6: 1404-1415 (1904), pp. 182-187. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104221 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. CCCXLVI (fn. 1)

4 John XXIII

De Curia

1413.
Non. Oct.
St. Anthony's without Florence.
(f. 6d.)
To William Edenham, Cistercian monk of Vaudey (de Valledey) in the diocese of Lincoln. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with enjoyment of the usual exemptions, privileges etc. Virtutibus clarens. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata.)
10 Kal. Nov.
St. Anthony's.
(f. 8.)
To patriarchs etc. Requesting safe-conduct for Master Paul de Caputgrassis of Sulmona, doctor of canon law, archdeacon of Ravenna, papal chamberlain (cubicularius) and writer, and member of the pope's household, who is going to certain parts on business of the pope and the Roman church. Cum dilectus filius. (De curia.)
1414.
9 Kal. Feb.
Mantua.
(f. 58d.)
To John Therfelde, Benedictine monk of Rammeseye in the diocese of Lincoln. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with enjoyment of the usual exemptions, privileges etc.; with dispensation to hold any benefice with cure, even if it be a parish church or a perpetual vicarage and be wont to be governed by secular clerks, and to resign it, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Virtutibus etc. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata.)
10 Kal. Feb.
Mantua.
(f. 59.)
To John Freman, Augustinian canon of Colde Norton in the diocese of Lincoln. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with the enjoyment of the usual exemptions, privileges etc. Virtutibus etc. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata.)
3 Kal. April.
Bologna.
(f. 62d.)
To John Wackerzele, Friar Preacher. The like. Virtutibus etc. (Collacionata.)
3 Non. April.
Bologna.
(f. 63.)
To Bartholomew, bishop of Pesaro (Pensaurien.), papal nuncio to England. Mandate to assign to Anthony de Baldinotis [of Pistoia, as on f. 279d], D.C.L., member of the pope's household, in recognition of his services, past and present, as a faithful and diligent servant of the pope and the apostolic see, the sum of 333 gold florins of the camera, and 16s. 8d. of Roman money, from money collected by the above bishop for the camera, or from tenth or equivalent charitative subsidy in England. Ob grata plurimum. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata.) [See f. 179d.]
Ibid.
(f. 64.)
To patriarchs etc. and other prelates, and other clergy, secular and regular, dukes etc., in the realm of England and other realms, parts and places subject to king Henry, and elsewhere soever. Requesting and exhorting them—on the occasion of the mission of Marinus Minutolus, donsel, of Naples, marshal of the Roman court, the pope's nephew, Bartholomew, bishop of Pesaro, and Augustine Dellante (cf. f. 65), doctor of canon and civil law, of Pisa (Pisanum), advocate of the papal consistory, whom the pope is sending as nuncios to the above and other parts to implore aid against Ladizlaus, king of Sicily (i.e. Naples), and for the furtherance of the General Council which is to be held at Constance on 1 Nov. next—to give liberal aid to the pope, the Roman church and the papal camera. The said bishop will receive their gifts and has hereby faculty to give receipt. The pope also requests safe-conduct for the above three nuncios and their retinues. Arbitramur indubie. (De curia. Collacionata.)
Ibid.
(f. 64d.)
To patriarchs etc. and other prelates, princes, dukes etc. Requesting safe-conduct etc. for the above bishop Bartholomew, whom the pope is sending with certain colleagues, as nuncio to England and other realms and parts, and for his said colleagues.Cum pro maximis. (De curia. Collacionata.) [In full.]
Ibid.
(f. 65.)
To the same. The like, mutatis mutandis, for the above Marinus Minutolus, donsel, of Naples, [marshal of the Roman court], the pope's nephew. Cum etc. (De curia. Collacionata.) [An codem modo. Cf. f. 69d.]
Ibid. To the same. The like, mutatis mutandis, for the above Augustine Delante (cf. f. 64) of Pisa (de Pisis), doctor of canon and civil law, advocate of the papal consistory. Cum etc. (De curia. Collacionata.) [An cadem modo.]
Kal. April.
Bologna.
(f. 69d.)
To patriarchs etc. and other prelates, and other clergy, secular and regular, dukes, princes etc. Requesting safeconduct etc. for the above Marinus Minutolus, donsel, of Naples, marshal of the Roman court, the pope's nephew, whom the pope is sending with certain colleagues, as nuncio to England and other realms and parts, and for his said colleagues. Cum pro maximis. (De curia. Collacionata.) [In full.]
Ibid.
(f. 82.)
To Bartholomew, bishop of Pesaro. Commission to preach by himself or others, in England and other realms and places subject to king Henry, and in neighbouring parts, the crusade against Ladizlaus, king of Sicily (i.e. Naples), for the recovery of the city of Rome and other parts seized by him. The pope grants to those who take the Cross and take part in the above crusade for a month in person and at their own expense, and to others who help in a less degree, the indulgence wont to be granted to Holy Land crusaders. The nuncio may grant to those who hear his preaching indulgence of a hundred days, and his commissaries may grant indulgence of forty. Ad protegendum statum ecclesie. (De curia. Collacionata.)
9 Kal. March.
Ferrara.
(f. 88.)
To William Thorp, Augustinan friar. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with enjoyment of the usual exemptions, privileges etc. Virtutibus clarens. (Collacionata.)
Ibid. To Thomas Milton, Benedictine monk of St. Saviour's, Feversham, in the diocese of Canterbury. The like, without the exemptions clause. Virtutibus etc. (Collacionata.)
3 Kal. March.
Bologna.
(f. 89.)
To William Piryton, Augustinan friar. The like, also without the above clause. Virtutibus etc. (Collacionata.)
6 Non. March.
Bologna.
(f. 89d.)
To John Fyschwyk, Benedictine monk of the church of Durham. The like, also without the above clause. Virtutibus etc. (Collacionata.)
3 Id. March.
Bologna.
(f. 102.)
To John Thedilthorpe, priest, Cistercian monk of Revesby in the diocese of Lincoln. The like, also without the above clause. Virtutibus etc. [Marginal note: Die xx mensis Marcii juravit in propria persona.]
Kal. April.
Bologna.
(f. 105.)
To Marinus Minutulus, donsel, of Naples, marshal of the Roman court, the pope's nephew, Bartholomew, bishop of Pesaro, and Master Augustine Dellante, doctor of canon and civil law, of Pisa, advocate of the papal consistory, papal nuncios. Faculty to them, whom the pope is sending to England and other realms and parts subject to king Henry, to collect the subsidy which the pope has requested from the clergy of England in order to enable him to proceed against Ladizlaus, king of Sicily (i.e. Naples), who, with his adherents, has seized the city of Rome, the pope's provinces, and very many cities and lands belonging to the pope and the Roman church, and to further the meeting of the General Council to be held at Constance on 1 Nov. next. Cum ad Anglie. (De curia. Collacionata.)

5 John XXIII

9 Kal. July.
Bologna.
(f. 132d.)
To John Bracebryg, priest, Augustinian friar. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with the enjoyment of the usual exemptions, privileges etc. Virtutibus clarens. (Collacionata.)
15 Kal. Aug.
Bologna.
(f. 158d.)
To Bartholomew, bishop of Pesaro, and Master Paul de Caputgrassis of Sulmona, doctor of canon law, collector to the camera in England, papal nuncios. Mandate—seeing that the latter, whom the pope has lately appointed collector to the camera in England, has, in virtue of the powers conferred upon him at his appointment, notified Marcellus de Strociis of Florence, D.C.L., his immediate predecessor in the office of collector in England, to render an account of his administration as collector, and has ordered him not to leave England before doing so, which account Marcellus on frivolous pretexts has refused to render—to check (discutiatis) with Marcellus his accounts and administration, allow his lawful expenses, and approve or disapprove his accounts, in order to bring the matter to an end. The pope hereby gives the nuncios faculty to compel Marcellus by censure, sequestration and sale of his goods, invoking the aid of the secular arm, and to recover the amount due and give a receipt. If Marcellus will give surety in the sum of ten thousand florins to appear in person in the papal camera within a certain period, show his accounts and pay what he owes, they are to release him from his state of arrest; if not, they are to have him sent under safe custody, at his own expense, to the pope. Either of the two nuncios may execute these presents. Dudum cum te fili Paule. (De curia. Collacionata.)
3 Non. Aug.
Bologna.
(f. 191d.)
To Henry Talo, Augustinian canon of Cumbwell in the diocese of Canterbury. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with the enjoyment of the usual exemptions, privileges etc. Virtutibus clarens. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata.)
7 Id. Nov.
Constance.
(f. 266.)
To William Exforthe, Carmelite. The like, also with the exemptions clause. Virtutibus etc. (Collacionata.)
Ibid. To John Sterling, Carmelite. The like, also with the exemptions clause. Virtutibus etc. (Collacionata.)
1414.
3 Kal. Jan.
Constance.
(f. 250d.)
To Nicholas Danielis, Friar Minor. The like, also with the exemptions clause. Virtutibus etc. (Collacionata.) [Wadding, Annales Minorum, IX, p. 563, with reference to Liber mixtus de omnibus materiis, f. 192 (sic). See below, Reg. Lat. CLXI, f. 182d.]
6 Id. Nov.
Constance.
(f. 268.)
To patriarchs etc. and other prelates, and clergy, secular and regular, dukes etc. Requesting safe-conduct for Master James de Ugolinis, canon of Volterra, papal secretary and member of the pope's household, writer and abbreviator of apostolic letters, papal nuncio, whom the pope is sending on business of the pope and the Roman church to Almain, England and other parts, and for his retinue. Cum dilectum filium. (De curia. Collacionata.)
13 Kal. Jan.
Constance.
(f. 271d.)
To John de Furth, Cistercian monk of St. Mary's, Byland (de Bellalanda), in the diocese of York. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with the enjoyment of the usual exemptions and privileges. Virtutibus clarens. (Collacionata.)
10 Kal. Jan.
Constance.
(f. 274.)
To Robert, Cistercian abbot of Quarr (Quarrera) in the Isle of Wight. Acquittance, to him and the convent, of the sum of 100 gold florins of the camera, paid by them to the camera through John de Medicis and company, merchants of Florence, attached to (sequencium) the Roman court, as annate or mean first-year fruits of the church of Arretone, in the same island, appropriated to them by Henry, bishop of Winchester, which appropriation was confirmed by the present pope. Cum tu nomine tuo. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata.)
Ibid. To Richard, Cistercian abbot of Beaulieu (Bellilociregis) in the diocese of Winchester. The like in regard to a sum of 200 gold florins of the camera, paid, as in the preceding, as annate or mean first-year fruits of the church of Nichurch in the Isle of Wight, the appropriation of which was made and confirmed as in the preceding. Cum etc. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata. Marginal note: Ista et precedens de mandato pape.)
8 Kal. Aug.
Constance.
(f. 278.)
To Matthew Oconril, Friar Preacher. Appointing him a papal chaplain, with the enjoyment of the usual exemptions, privileges etc. Virtutibus clarens. (Collacionata.)
1415.
5 Id. Feb.
Constance.
(f. 279d.)
To Paul [de Caputgrassis] of Sulmona, doctor of canon law, papal nuncio, collector to the camera in England. Mandate to assign to Anthony de Baldinotis of Pistoia, D.C.L., member of the pope's household etc., as above, f. 63, to Bartholomew, bishop of Pesaro, mutatis mutandis. Ob grata plurimum. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. Collacionata.) [Marginal note: Nota quod una alia, similis summe, directa domino Pensauriensi debet cancellari, et cancellarem si reperiissem, P. de Trilhia, manu propria.]
Kal. March.
Constance.
(f. 284.)
To Master Marcellus de Strozzis, D.C.L., of Florence. Acquittance for the sum of 1,333l. 3s. 10½d. sterling, making about 8,000 gold florins of the camera, collected by him in England in the time of Alexander V and in the time of the present pope up to the date of his being relieved by the pope of the office of collector general, according to his accounts as duly rendered. Cum tu per plura tempora. (De curia. Collacionata.)

Footnotes

1 Described on the back and on flyleaf as Liber 7 John XXIII, an. 4 and 5.