Lateran Regesta 288
1429

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'Lateran Regesta 288: 1429', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 8: 1427-1447 (1909), pp. 103-107. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104415 Date accessed: 23 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Lateran Regesta, Vol. CCLXXXVIII (fn. 1)

12 Martin V (cont.)

De Exiiibitis

1429.
4 Kal. Feb.
SS. Apostoli. Rome.
(f. 22.)
To the bishops of Adria, Lismore and Limerick. Mandate as below. The recent petition of Thomas de Sancto Jacobo, archdeacon of Limerick, contained that although the said archdeaconry was formerly collated to him by papal authority on its voidance by the death of Richard de Valle, and provision thereof made to him, nevertheless, after he had held it for some time, Thomas Macmachuna (also written Macmachauna), clerk, of the diocese of Killaloe, claiming the archdeaconry, prevented his peaceable possession, dispossessing him and intruding himself: that the cause between them, the parties being sufficiently present in the Roman court, was committed by the present pope, at the instance of Thomas de Sancto Jacobo, to Master Peter Nardi, papal chaplain and auditor, who by a definitive sentence pronounced that the said collation etc. was and had been canonical, and that the archdeaconry had belonged and did belong to Thomas de Sancto Jacobo, and adjudged it to him and restored it, imposing perpetual silence on Macmachuna, and condemning him in the costs, which he afterwards assessed at 33 gold florins of the camera. At the said petition, which added that Thomas de Sancto Jacobo fears that whilst the suit has been pending others have intruded themselves, or that they may do, the pope orders the above bishops to cause the aforesaid to be executed, restoring Thomas de Sancto Jacobo to possession, removing Macmachuna, causing satisfaction to be made to Thomas de Sancto Jacobo in respect of fruits etc. and the said costs, and to execute the same equally against any such intruders, as if the said sentence had been delivered against them, invoking the aid of the secular arm etc.Exhibita nobis.
8 Id. June.
SS. Apostoli, Rome.
(f. 32d.)
To the abbot of St. Mary's, Macosquin (de Claro fonte), in the diocese of Derry, the archdeacon of Connor, and Maurice Macblosgardh (sic), canon of Derry. Mandate as below. The recent petition of John Ogillachainnigh, priest, of the diocese of Connor, contained that formerly, on the voidance of the [perpetual] vicarage of St. Patrick's de Cuilrathayn by the death of Thomas Pristini, Oddo, Augustinian abbot of St. John Baptist's de Desertoconnerie, and Thomas Machelirechan, [rural] dean of Twescard (Tuscardie), in the said diocese, having special power from John, archbishop of Armagh, primate of Ireland and metropolitan, the church of Connor being then void and having no chapter, made collation and provision to the said John, who had received papal dispensation, as the son of a priest, a Friar Preacher, and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure, in virtue of which collation and provision he obtained possession. The said petition adding that he doubts whether the said collation etc. hold good, the pope orders the above to collate and assign to him the said vicarage, still void as above, value not exceeding 6 marks. Vite etc. (Ri. viiii. Residuum pro deo. Nono Kal. Julii Anno Duodecimo. coldus.)
18 Kal. July.
SS. Apostoli, Rome.
(f. 97d.)
To the bishops of Alet, St. Andrews and Dunkeld. Mandate as below. The petition of Andrew de Bawre (sic), perpetual vicar of Stobaw in the diocese of Glasgow, contained that formerly, on the voidance of the said vicarage by the resignation of Andrew Homline made to bishop William and admitted by him by his ordinary authority, collation and provision thereof were made by the said authority to the said Andrew de Bowre, in virtue of which he obtained possession, but that Robert Dernweke, priest, of the diocese of St. Andrews, opposed; that the cause between the said Andrew [de] Bowre and Robert was committed by the present pope, the parties being at the time sufficiently present in the Roman court, first to Master Cunczo de Zwola at Robert's instance, and then to Master John de Thomariis, papal chaplains and auditors, the latter of whom by a definitive sentence declared the said collation etc. to have been and to be canonical, and adjudged the vicarage to Andrew, imposing perpetual silence on Robert, and condemning him in costs; that Robert's appeal from this sentence was committed by the pope to Master Laurence de Arecio, papal chaplain and auditor, who by a definitive sentence confirmed the said Master John's proceedings and condemned Robert in the further costs; and that Robert's further appeal from this second sentence was committed by the pope to Master John Schallerman, papal chaplain and auditor, who by a definitive sentence confirmed Master Laurence's proceedings, and again condemned Robert in the further costs, the several costs being afterwards assessed at 28, 16 and 15 florins of gold of the camera. The said petition adding that Andrew doubts whether Robert will obey the said sentences and the proceedings to be taken in virtue of the present letters, the pope orders the above bishops to proceed to execution, solemnly publishing the said sentences, invoking the aid of the secular arm etc. Exhibita nobis.
4 Kal. Feb.
SS Apostoli. Rome.
(f. 99.)
To Thomas Obraeyn, canon of Tuam. Mandate, at the recent petition of Donatus Fuscus Yelinnayn, priest, of the diocese of Clonfert—containing that on the voidance of the perpetual vicarage of Kylleadmayr in the said diocese by the death of Donatus Oleoghay, bishop Thomas, by his ordinary authority made collation and provision thereof to the said Donatus Fuscus, in virtue of which he obtained possession and still holds it, but doubts whether the said collation and provision hold good—to collate and assign to him the same, value not exceeding 3 marks, in whatever way it be void.Dignum etc. (Ri. xx. Sexto Idus Marcii Anno Duodecimo.coldus.)
4 Non. April.
SS. Apostoli, Rome.
(f. 108d)
To the abbot of Inishlounaght (de Surio) in the diocese of Lismore. Mandate, at the recent petition of Patrick Corre, priest, of the diocese of Lismore—containing that on the voidance of the precentorship of Limerick by the death of Maurice Flemming, king Henry, the presentation belonging to the king of England by special privilege of the apostolic see, presented the said Patrick to bishop John, who instituted him, in virtue of which presentation and institution he obtained possession and now holds it, but doubts whether the said presentation etc. hold good—to collate and assign to Patrick the said precentorship, a non-major dignity with cure, value not exceeding 40 marks, whether it became and be void by the death of the said Maurice, or by the death of Thomas Machimery, or the death of Philip Codell, or in any other way. Dignum etc. (Ri. xxii. Septimo Idus Aprilis Anno Duodecimo. coldus.)
15 Kal. Sept.
Anagni.
(f 148.)
To the archbishop of Cashel, and the bishops of Conserans and Emly. Mandate as below. The petition of Eugenius, bishop of Killaloe, contained that provision was formerly made to him of the said see on its voidance by the resignation of Robert, bishop, sometime of Killaloe, made by his proctor James Olonyrgayn, canon of Killaloe, to Anthony, bishop of Porto, at the apostolic see, and admitted by the said cardinal by viva voce mandate of the present pope, but that Thady, bishop in the universal church, claiming the said church, has prevented and still prevents the said provision from taking effect, unduly detaining possession, as he still does, and taking the fruits of the episcopal mensa; that the pope committed the cause between the said bishops, although not lawfully devolved to the Roman court, at the instance of Eugenius, to the late William, cardinal priest of St. Mark's, and afterwards to William, bishop of Rennes, residing in the said court, the latter of whom by a definitive sentence pronounced in favour of Eugenius, imposing perpetual silence on Thady and condemning him in fruits and costs, which latter he assessed at 30 florins of gold of the camera. The said petition adding that Eugenius fears lest others have intruded themselves or may do so, the pope orders the above three to execute the aforesaid, inducting Eugenius into possession and removing Thady, causing satisfaction to be made to Eugenius in respect of the said fruits and costs, and to execute these presents equally against such intruders, invoking the aid of the secular arm, etc. Exhibita nobis.
1429.
4 Non. May.
SS. Apostoli, Rome.
(f. 190d.)
To the abbot of Macosquin (de Claro fonte) in the diocese of Derry, and Dermit Macolosgaid (sic) and John Offullechan, canons of Derry. Mandate as below. The recent petition of Patrick Ohegill, priest, of the diocese of Connor, contained that formerly, on the voidance of the rectory of St. Mary's de Baly Renasien in the said diocese by the resignation of the late Andrew Moconaccid, made to the late John, bishop of Connor, Richard Sawys, donsel, of the said diocese, the patron, presented Patrick (who had received papal dispensation, as the son of a priest and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure) to John, archbishop of Armagh, the metropolitan, the see of Connor being void, which archbishop, in accordance with ancient custom, instituted him. Patrick now doubting whether the said presentation and institution, in virtue of which he obtained and holds possession, are valid, the pope orders the above three to collate and assign to him the said rectory, however void, value not exceeding 8 marks. Vite etc. (Ri. xiiii.Residuum pro deo. Secundo Kal. Junii Anno Duodecimo.coldus.) [See Cal. Lett. VII, pp. 72, 73.]
4 Kal. Feb.
SS. Apostoli, Rome.
(f. 233.)
To the bishop of Alet, and the priors of St. Michael's Mount (Sancti Michaclis de Ruppe) and Inn[i]sfathlyn, in the diocese of Ardfert. Mandate to collate and assign to Philip Osega, priest, of the diocese of Ardfert, the perpetual vicarage of Kyllymleach in the said diocese, value not exceeding 8 marks, of which, on its voidance by the resignation of the late Thady Oneachtaym to bishop Nicholas, Richard, archbishop of Cashel, made collation and provision to him by his metropolitical authority, in virtue of which he obtained and still holds possession, but now doubts the validity thereof. Vite etc. (Ri. xiii. Residuum pro deo. Quinto Idus Marcii Anno Duodecimo. coldus.)
5 Kal. May.
SS. Apostoli. Rome.
(f. 304.)
To the bishops of Alet and Dunkeld, and the dean of Dunblane. Mandate as below. The petition of James Scrymegeour, rector of Aberbuthnot in the diocese of St. Andrews, contained that he formerly obtained the said church, collated to him by papal authority, on its voidance by the death of William de Balmyle, but that Thomas Archer, clerk, of the said diocese, hindered, as he still does, James's peaceable possession; that the pope committed the cause between the said parties, who were sufficiently present in the Roman court, at Thomas's instance, to Bartholomew, [now] elect of Orange (Amaieen.), then a papal chaplain and auditor, who by a definitive sentence decided in favour of James, imposing perpetual silence on Thomas and condemning him in costs; that Thomas's appeal from this sentence was committed by the pope to Master Geminianus de Prato, papal chaplain and auditor, who by a definitive sentence confirmed the sentence of the said elect, condemning Thomas in the further costs; that Thomas's further appeal from the sentence of Master Geminianus was committed by the pope to Master John Schallerman, papal chaplain and auditor, who confirmed the sentence of Master Geminianus, and condemned Thomas in the further costs, the said costs being subsequently assessed at 25, 18 and 14 florins of gold of the camera respectively. The said petition adding that James fears lest Thomas will not obey the said sentences and the proceedings to be taken under these presents, the pope orders the above three to execute the aforesaid, solemnly publishing the said sentences, causing James to enjoy peaceable possession, and satisfaction to be made to him in respect of the said costs, invoking the aid of the secular arm etc. Exhibita nobis.

Footnotes

1 On the bottom edge is the hardly legible contemporary description: Primus de Exhibitispape V. A flyleaf has, in the usual modern hand, Lib. CLII … Another flyleaf has, in contemporary hands, Liber primus de Exhibitis anno duodecimo and Petrus de Raederen rubriauit. On the back of the volume is repeated, in Italian, Lib[ro] 152.