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'Appendix', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. XI-XVIII. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104284 Date accessed: 20 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Appendix

Chronological Arrangement of the Litteræ Officiorum, Litteræ de Curia, and Brevia of Martin V, contained in the Vatican Regesta CCCXLVIII—CCCLIX. (fn. 1)

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1417 Dec. 5 Constance Walter Medford, dean of Wells His appointment as collector in England 348 2d 1.
1417 Dec. 11 Constance William Omalachtan, O.P. His appointment as a papal chaplain 358 95 20.
1417 Dec. 11 Constance William Omalachtan, O.P. His appointment as a papal chaplain 348 44 1.
1418 Jan. 1 Constance General Safe-conduct for Richard, count of Modigliana, nuncio to England 352 24d 5.
1418 Jan. 7 Constance Bishop of Ossory His appointment as collector in Ireland 348 20 1.
1418 Jan. 9 Constance Bishop Beaufort and others Imprisonment of John XXIII 352 25d 5.
1418 Jan. 31 Constance Patriarchs, etc. Safe-conducts for Richard Flemmyng, a papal chamberlain, and Thomas Spofford, abbot of St. Mary's, York, papal envoys to England 352 35d, 36d 5.
1418 Feb. 2 Constance Official of Glasgow Collation to George Polword of a benefice in the gift of the abbot and convent of Kelso 357 291 19.
1418 Feb. 2 Constance Abbot of Holycross Collation to Remundus Haket of a benefice in the gift of the archbishop, etc. of Cashel 357 289 19.
1418 Feb. 9 Constance Amedeus, cardinal of S. Maria Nuova Peace between England and France 352 40d 5.
1418 Feb. 18 Constance Simon de Brimonte Peace between England, France and Burgundy 352 104 7.
1418 Feb. 19 Constance General Safe-conduct for bishop Beaufort, going to the Holy Land 352 44 6.
1418 Feb. 22 Constance Ad perp. rei mem. Errors and works of Wycliffe, Hus, etc. 358 181 21.
1418 Feb. 22 Constance Archbishops of Canterbury and York, etc. Errors of Wycliffe, Hus, etc. 358 205d 22.
1418 Feb. 25 Constance General Safe-conduct for William Hullis, prior of the Hospitallers of England, going to the Holy Land 352 46 6.
1418 Feb. 27 Constance General Safe-conduct for Thomas de Myrton, canon of Brechin, papal envoy to England, Scotland, etc. 352 46d 6.
1418 March 1 Constance Griffin, bishop of Ross and Finlay de Albania, O.P., going as papal nuncios to Scotland Faculties 352 87d–92d 6,7. (5 letters.)
1418 March 1 Constance General Safe-conduct for the above nuncios Griffin and Finlay 352 93d 7.
1418 March 18 Constance Jordan, cardinal of Albano and William, cardinal of St. Mark's, papal nuncios (legates) to Charles VI and Henry V. Peace between England, France and Burgundy 352 94d–101 7. (4 letters.)
1418 March 18 Constance General Safe-conduct for the above cardinal William 352 103d 7.
1418 Dec. 1 Mantua Archbishop of Canterbury The sees of Killaloe and Kilmacduagh 352 224d 7, 8.
1419 Feb. 1 Mantua General Safe-conduct for John Forster, canon of York, papal nuncio 352 228 8.
1419 June 8 Florence Simon Sotrere, monk of St. Albans His appointment as a papal chaplain 348 130d 1.
1419 June 8 Florence Simon Sotrere, monk of St. Albans His appointment as a papal chaplain 358 96 20.
1419 Aug. 8 Florence James de Haldenston, prior of St. Andrews, collector in Scotland Faculty 348 137d 2.
1419 Aug. 15 Florence General Safe-conduct for James de Haldenston, prior of St. Andrews, going as collector to Scotland 352 271d 8.
1419 Aug. 21 Florence General Safe-conduct for Zenobius Francisci de Cauallariis, citizen of Florence, going on the pope's business and his own to England etc. 352 296 8.
1420 Sept. 6 Florence Simon de Theramo His appointment as collector in England 349 69d 2.
1421 March 24 Rome, St. P. (fn. 2) Archbishop of Bordeaux Jurisdiction and liberty of the church of Bordeaux 353 132 9. (2 letters.)
1421 Oct. 2 Rome, S.M.M. (fn. 3) Urban de Florencia, a Carthusian Henry V's desire to have an interview with him 353 256 9.
1422 Jan. 21 Rome, St. P. Simon de Theramo, collector in England Debts to the papal camera 354 92d 10.
1422 Feb. 14 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for the above Urban de Florencia, papal envoy to France etc. 353 328 9.
1422 March 19 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for Nicholas Albergati, bishop of Bologna, papal envoy for peace 353 330 9.
1422 May 12 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for John Cliderow, canon of Exeter, returning to England etc. 354 61d 10.
1422 June 5 Rome, St. P. Abbots of Balmerino, Kelso and Holyrood Letters conservatory for William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale 358 119 20.
1422 June 27 Rome, S.M.M. General Safe-conduct for William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale, papal nuncio 354 78 10.
1422 July 1 Rome, S.M.M. William Chicheley, archdeacon of Canterbury, rector of the university of Bologna His appointment as a papal notary 349 211d 2.
1422 July 1 Rome, S.M.M. Bishop of Bologna, or his vicar William Chicheley's oath of fealty as a notary 349 212 2.
1422 July 22 Tivoli Bishops of Winchester and Durham and the abbot of Bury St. Edmunds Letters conservatory for the abbot and convent of St. Augustine's, Canterbury 358 144d 21.
1422 Oct. 15 Rome, S.M.M. Bishops of Winchester, Durham and Salisbury Letters conservatory for the dean and chapter of Wells 358 122d 20.
1422 Nov. 25 Rome, S.M.M. Lewis, cardinal of Porto, papal legate Peace between England, France, Burgundy, etc. 354 138 11.
1423 Jan. 19 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for Urban de Florencia, a Carthusian, papal envoy to France, etc. 354 161 11.
1423 March 1 Rome, St. P. Simon de Teramo, collector in England Payment of procurations due to papal nuncios and collectors from newly founded Carthusian houses 354 182d 11.
1423 March 4 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for Simon de Teramo, collector in England, papal envoy 354 175 11.
1423 March 13 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for James, bishop of Trieste, papal nuncio to England, etc. 354 183d 12.
1423 March 13 Rome, St. P. James, bishop of Trieste, nuncio to England Faculties 354 189d–196 12, 13. (10 letters.)
1423 March 18 Rome, St. P. Simon de Theramo, collector in England Repayment of a loan made by him to the camera 354 182 11.
1423 March 19 Rome, St. P. James, bishop of Trieste and Simon de Teramo, collector, papal nuncios to England Archbishop Chichele's Canterbury Jubilee 354 184d 12.
1423 June 19 Rome, S.M.M. Bishop of Lichfield and abbot of Evesham John Fiton's expulsion from the rectory of Stockport 354 229 14.
1423 Aug. 17 Rome, S.M.M. General Safe-conduct for Thomas, abbot of Paisley, envoy between Charles VII and the pope 354 248 14.
1423 Aug. 24 Rome, S.M.M. James, bishop of Trieste, papal nuncio to England, bishop Beaufort, Simon de Teramo, collector, and John Stafford, treasurer of England Forgeries of papal letters 354 247d 14.
1423 Sept. 13 Rome, S.M.M. Simon de Teramo, collector in England His appointment as collector in Ireland 349 270 3.
1423 Sept. 13 Rome, S.M.M. Archbishop of Canterbury and the bishop of Winchester The extension to Ireland of the anti-papal statutes 354 257d 14.
1423 Sept. 13 Rome, S.M.M. Archbishop Chichele Forgeries of papal letters 354 260 15.
1423 Oct. 12 Rome, S.M.M. General Safe-conduct for John Huge, clerk, papal envoy to England, etc. 354 264d 15.
1424 Jan. 19 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for Hermann Mercatoris of Balve, vicar of Soest, papal envoy to England, etc. 354 284 15.
1424 Aug. 9 Gallicano Bishops of Winchester and Rochester and the abbot of Westminster Letters conservatory for John Snellis, archdeacon of London. 358 131 20.
1424 Oct. 7 Rome, S.M.M. Abbots of Ford, Reading and Cleeve Letters conservatory for the abbot and convent of Glastonbury 358 131d 20.
1424 Nov. 3 Rome, S.M.M. General Safe-conduct for Nicholas Vassalli, papal banker, etc., going to England, etc., on business of the pope and himself 355 113d 15.
1424 Nov. 16 Rome, S.M.M. Archbishop of Canterbury and the abbots of St. Albans and Chester. Letters conservatory for Adam de Olton, preceptor of St. Anthony's, London 358 166d 21.
1425 Jan. 23 Rome, SS. Ap. (fn. 4) Bishop Beaufort, Archbishop Chichele Credence for John de Obizis, being sent as collector, in regard to the anti-papal statutes 359 43d, 44 35. (2 letters.)
1425 Feb. 20 Rome, SS. Ap. General Safe-conduct for John de Opizis, papal auditor, etc., being sent to England as collector, etc. 355 178d 16.
[1425, Feb. 20] [Rome, SS. Ap.] Henry VI Credence for John de Obizis, being sent as collector, in regard to the anti-papal statutes 359 44 35.
1425 March 23 Rome, SS. Ap. John de Oppizis His appointment as collector in England, and the recall of Simon de Teramo 350 122d 3.
1425 March 25 Rome, SS. Ap. John de Opizis, collector in England Faculties 350 124–130, 168d. 3, 4. (6 letters.)
1425 April 28 Rome, SS. Ap. General Safe-conduct for Richard Brown alias Cordon, archdeacon of Rochester, returning to England 355 189 16.
1425 May 11 Rome, SS. Ap. General Safe-conduct for Beltram de Bononia, going to England on behalf of Anthony de Colonna, prince of Salerno, the pope's nephew 355 188d 16.
1425 May 12 Rome, SS. Ap. General Safe-conduct for Coradus de Albertis, citizen of Florence, going to England, etc. 355 188d 16.
1425 May 13 Rome, SS. Ap. General Safe-conduct for Benedict and Thomas Dandulo, going to England, etc. 355 190 16.
1425 Sept. 14 Rome, SS. Ap. Robert Frend, canon of Howden His appointment as a papal chaplain 350 147d 4.
1425 Sept. 17 Rome, SS. Ap. John de Opizis His appointment as collector in Scotland, to be valid as long as he is collector in England and Ireland 350 153 4.
1426 Feb. 20 Rome, SS. Ap. Thomas, bishop of Hereford Faculty 350 235d 4.
1426 March 29 Rome, St. P. Rector and University of Oxford Mission of Julian de Cesarinis 359 36 34.
1426 April 5 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for Julian de Cesarinis, the pope's orator to England, etc. 355 262 16.
1426 April 26 Rome, St. P. Ad perp. rei mem. Prohibition of the works of Wycliffe 358 224 22.
1426 May 1 Rome, St. P. Prospero, son of Lorenzo de Colonna, archdeacon of Canterbury Licence to exchange his archdeaconry 355 268 16.
1426 May 16 Rome, St. P. General Safe-conduct for Thomas Mersche, a Gilbertine, going to England and back 355 272d 16.
1426 May 20 Rome, SS. Ap. Archbishops of Canterbury and York and the bishop of Alet William Russell, a Friar Minor, and his heresy about tithes 355 285d 17.
1426 June 14 Rome, SS. Ap. General Safe-conduct for William Sulbarn, going to England etc. 355 284 17.
1426 July 11 Rome, SS. Ap. Bishop of Glasgow and the abbots of Arbroath and Inchcolm Letters conservatory for the abbot and convent of Scone 358 176d 21.
1426 July 17 Rome, SS. Ap. Julian de Cesarinis, papal orator to England Schismatical adhesion of Alfonso V, king of Aragon, to Benedict XIII and Clement VIII 359 37d 34.
1426 Nov. 17 Rome, SS. Ap. John Kempe, archbishop of York Collation of certain ipso facto reserved benefices in the cathedral church of York 356 16d 17.
1426 Dec. 9 Rome, SS. Ap. Archbishop Chichele The abolition of the anti-papal statutes 359 1 24.
1427 Feb. 17 Rome, SS. Ap. Archbishops of Canterbury and York Prohibition of Wycliffe's works 358 238 22.
1427 March 18 Rome, SS. Ap. General Safe-conduct for James de Ugolinis, papal nuncio to France and England 356 23 18.
1427 July 14 Rome, SS. Ap. Cardinal Beaufort His Bohemian legation; provision to his nephew, Robert Neville, of the see of Salisbury, and rejection of the chapter's election of the dean, Simon Sydenham 359 34 32.
1427 Sept. 30 Rome, SS. Ap. Cardinal Beaufort, legate in Bohemia News brought by his chancellor, Nicholas Bildeston, of the rout of the crusaders. Need of reforming the clergy of Germany 359 44 35.
1427 Oct. 13 Rome, SS. Ap. Humphrey, duke of Gloucester. The parliament of England. The earl of Huntingdon. John de Obizis, collector. The abbot of Waltham. The imprisonment of John de Obizis, papal collector. Julian de Cesarinis and his mission in regard to the anti-papal statutes. Credence for Obizis, to whom the pope has sent instructions 359 45 36. (5 letters.)
1427 Dec. 9 Rome, SS. Ap. Bishop of Lincoln and others Exhumation and burning of Wycliffe's body 358 248d–250 23. (4 letters.)
1428 Feb. 1 Rome, SS. Ap. Ad perp. rei mem. Clergy and the secular courts 358 283 23.
1428 July 15 Genazzano Ad fut. rei mem. Clergy and the secular courts 358 285 24.
1428 Dec. 16 Rome, SS. Ap. Mayors and aldermen, etc., of divers towns Wycliffe's body, as above 358 250d–251 23. (6 letters.)
[1429] [Aug. 11] Ferentino Charles VII The threatened diversion against France of Beaufort's crusade against the Hussites 359 53 38.
1429 Sept. 7 Ferentino Charles VII The diversion against France of Beaufort's crusade against the Hussites 359 52 38.
[1429] [Sept. 8] Ferentino Cardinal Beaufort, legate The above diversion 359 53 39.
1430 May 6 Rome, SS. Ap. John Cameron, bishop of Glasgow, chancellor of Scotland His complicity in the passing of anti-papal statutes 356 54 18.
1430 June 29 Rome, SS. Ap. Griffin Yonge, bishop of Ross Petitions of the duke of Brittany 356 58 19.

II

Letters of Uncertain Date

[1423, March 13—1425, Jan. 23] Rome [Bishop of Trieste, nuncio, and Simon de Teramo, nuncio and collector, in England Humphrey, duke of Gloucester and the divorce suit of Jacqueline of Bavaria 359 19 27.
[1423, March 13—1425, Jan. 23] Rome Humphrey, duke of Gloucester John Fitton's mission to the pope in the matter of Jacqueline's divorce 359 21 28.
[1423 circ. June 22] [Rome] [Richard Fleming,] bishop [of Lincoln] The Council of Pavia-Siena 359 14 27.
[1423, July 30] Rome [SS. Ap.] Richard Fleming, bishop of Lincoln His letters brought by William, dean of York. The pope's continued good opinion of the bishop 359 43 34.
[1424, June 27—1425, Jan. 7] Rome Henry VI Mission of Nicholas Bildeston, the king's orator, [in the matter of the anti-papal statutes] 359 19d 28.
[Post Nov. 4, 1424] Rome The university of Paris and the Regent Bedford The unity of the church. Credence for Giles d'Escornaix, provost of Harlebeke 359 21d–22 30. (2 letters.)
[1425 or 1429, circ. April 18] [Rome] The archbishop of Besançon, the Regent Bedford, and Jean de Neuchâtel The papal provisor versus the capitular elect, to the abbey of Luxeuil 359 35 33, 34. (3 letters.)
[1426, circ. May 1] [Rome] Bishop [Beaufort of Winchester] His zeal on behalf of the pope and the Roman church as reported by John de Obizis, collector in England 359 13d 26.
[1426, circ. May 1] [Rome] [John de Obizis, collector in England] His report in favour of H[enry Beaufort], bishop of Winchester, and his efforts on behalf of [Prospero Colonna] the pope's nephew [in the matter of the archdeaconry of Canterbury] 359 14 26.
[1426, May 24–1427, March 25] [Rome] Bishop Beaufort created cardinal The red hat 359 3 25.
[Post June 7, 1426] Rome James I of Scotland Grant of money. The king's orators John, bishop of Brechin and Thomas Myrtonis, dean of Glasgow 359 24 30.
[1427, March 19] Rome, [SS. Ap.] Cardinal Beaufort His mission as legate against the Hussites. Credence for John de Obicis, papal collector and James de Ugolinis, papal nuncio 359 30d 30.
[1427, circ. March 19] Rome, SS. Ap.] Henry VI, the Privy Council The above mission of cardinal Beaufort. Credence as above 359 31d–32d 31. (two letters.)
[1427, March 20] [Rome, SS. Ap.] The Regent Bedford The above mission of cardinal Beaufort. Credence for the above James de Ugolinis 359 33 32.
[1427, March 20] [Rome, SS. Ap.] Bishops of Würzburg and Bamberg, and Frederick, margrave of Brandenburg The above mission of cardinal Beaufort 359 33 32.

Footnotes

1 The first three columns give the date of time (reduced to the modern style) and place. The fourth and fifth columns contain the name of the person addressed and a brief indication of the subject. In the next two columns are the number of the Register and the folio. The last column indicates the page of the Calendar where the letter is analysed.
2 i.e. St. Peter's.
3 i.e. S. Maria Maggiore.
4 i.e. SS. Apostoli.


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