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Vatican Regesta, Vol. CCCLXV (fn. 1)

5 Eugenius IV

5 Id. April.
(f. 76.)
To John Kelly, dean of Crantock (Sancti Carentoci) in the diocese of Exeter. Dispensation to hold for life with the said deanery, a principal dignity with cure, value not exceeding 20l., any other benefice with cure or [otherwise] incompatible, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases. Vite etc. (Subscribed at the end, in the hand of Poggius: tax. xxxvi. Registrata de mandato domini nostri pape. In the margin: [F.] de Pad [ua habuit ducatos] 7.)

4 (fn. 2) Eugenius IV

9 Kal. Aug.
(f. 112d.)
To Richard, earl of Warwick, and Richard, earl of Salisbury. Dispensations for their sons and daughters to intermarry notwithstanding impediments of relationship in the fourth degree of kindred and the fourth and fourth degrees of affinity. Exigit sincere. (Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape registrata. Poggius. alias soluit.)

5 (fn. 3) Eugenius IV

2 Id. March.
(f. 112d.)
To Thomas Ludelow, rector of Thowestok in the diocese of Exeter. Dispensation to him (who was formerly dispensed by papal authority, as the son of an unmarried nobleman and an unmarried woman, to be promoted to all, even holy orders and hold a benefice even with cure, after which, having been so promoted he obtained the above church, value not exceeding 40l.), at the petition also of John, bishop of Bath, chancellor of England, to hold for life Thowestok and any benefice with cure or otherwise incompatible, even if another parish church, etc., and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, notwithstanding the pope's late constitution to the contrary, above, p. 247. Vite etc. (Subscribed at the end: tax. xxxx. Registrata de mandato domini nostri pape. Poggius. In the margin is: est dup[lica]ta.) [See below, Reg. CCCLXVI, f. 144d.]

6 Eugenius IV

3 Kal. April.
(f. 113d.)
To John Proctour, rector of Yerburgh in the diocese of Lincoln, bachelor of canon law. Dispensation to hold for life with Yerburgh, value not exceeding 20l., any other benefice with cure etc. as in the preceding. Litterarum etc. (tax. xxxvi. Registrata de m. d. n. p. Poggius.)
(f. 114.)
To Richard Helier, rector of Cardynan in the diocese of Exeter. Dispensation to him—who in virtue of a papal dispensation is holding the parish churches of Cardynan and Morchard for the yet unexpired period of seven years, and holds the canonry and prebend of Aller in the church of Holy Cross, Credyton, all in the diocese of Exeter, value not exceeding 40, 40 and 25 marks respectively—to hold after the said seven years and for life the said two churches or any other two benefices with cure or otherwise incompatible, and to resign them, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleases, notwithstanding etc. as above, f. 112d. Vite etc. (R[egistra] ta per me Poggium de m. d. n. p. Added in the margin: F. de Pad[ua habuit] d[ucatos] 21.)

7 Eugenius IV

5 Kal. Oct.
(f. 171d.) (fn. 4)
Decree, annulling the pope's translation of Thomas [Bourchier], bishop of Worcester from that see to Ely, made on its voidance by the death of Philip [Morgan]; the pope having learned that the translation would not be to the utility of the said two churches. Ad fut. rei mem. Apostolice sedis. (R[egistra]ta gratis de mandato domini nostri pape, Po[ggius.] Morin[en. (fn. 5) ]) [See above, pp. 230, 231.] See also below, f. 208.]

8 Eugenius IV

5 Id. June.
(f. 201.)
To the bishop of Rochester and Peter de Monte, apostolic notary and nuncio in the realm of England. Commission and mandate to visit in person for this time only, and to correct and reform, provided that the consent of king Henry be given, such monasteries, priories and other places of the order of St. Benedict, exempt from the jurisdiction of diocesans, as are in need thereof; with the necessary faculty and power. They are to deprive no one, but are to report to the pope circumstances calling for deprivation. Ad ecclesiarum et monasteriorum. (R[egistra]ta de Curia de m. d. n. p. Pog[gius.])
Prid. Kal. May.
(f. 206d.)
To John, abbot of the Augustinian monastery of St. Osyth in the diocese of London. Grant—at his recent petition, containing that formerly, on the voidance of the said monastery by the resignation to bishop Robert of Richard (sic), monk (sic), then abbot thereof, the said bishop made provision to him, in virtue of which he obtained peaceable possession and has exercised the administration for about four years; and adding that, although a short time before the said provision emanated he resigned his priorship of the Augustinian monastery of St. Botolph, Colchester, to the said bishop, who granted him licence to transfer himself from St. Botolph's to St. Osyth's, nevertheless, seeing that St. Botolph's is immediately subject to the Roman church, there is a doubt as to the validity of the said licence, provision, translation etc.—that the said licence etc. shall hold good, and that he may lawfully administer as abbot of St. Osyth's, whose value does not exceed 200l., his acts up to the present time as abbot thereof being hereby ratified. Apostolice solicitudinis. (R[egistra]ta, tax. xxxx. de m. d. n. p. Poggius.)
4 Non. July.
(f. 207.)
To Master Peter de Monte, picrano of the pieve (plebanus plebis) of St. George de Ilagio in the diocese of Verona, I.U.D., apostolic notary, dwelling in the realm of England. Motu proprio commission and mandate (the pope having recently learned that John de Ping [i.e. Deping], canon, sometime prior, of the Augustinian monastery of [St. Botolph], Colchester, immediately subject to the Roman church, resigned the priorship to bishop Robert, who admitted the resignation by his ordinary authority, without duly considering that the pope alone, or one empowered by the apostolic see, can do so; and that thereafter the said bishop similarly confirmed the election, likewise illicitly made by the convent, of John Binorthyn, (fn. 6) one of the canons), seeing that the said admission, election and confirmation etc. emanated in contempt of the said see and are invalid, to summon the said John Binorthyn and convent and others concerned, and if he find the aforesaid or enough thereof to be true, to annul the said admission, election and confirmation and the said John's acts of administration, and to remove him, and in that event to admit the above resignation by papal authority, and make provision of the priory, whether void in the above or in any other way, to a fit person to be chosen or nominated by him. Apostolice solicitudinis. (Without the usual subscription at the end.)
5 Kal. Aug.
(f. 208.)
To Henry, cardinal of England by the title of St. Eusebius's, and John, archbishop of York. Mandate as below. The pope recently [1437, Sept. 27, Eubel, Hierarchia, Vol. II, ad. ‘Elien.,’ and see above, f. 171d.], at the petition of king Henry, made the archbishop of Rouen administrator in spirituals and temporals of the church of Ely, and wrote divers letters exhorting Henry, archbishop of Canterbury, to deliver the spirituality to the said archbishop. Afterwards the pope learned that the said king had delivered the temporality, but that archbishop Henry had refused and continued to refuse to deliver the spirituality. (fn. 7) The pope is therefore writing again to archbishop Henry, and hopes that he will comply. If, however, he refuse, the pope orders the above two with due modesty and good arguments to exhort him and require him to deliver the said spirituality, and if he still refuse, to deliver the same by authority of the pope, provided that the royal consent be given. Nuper ad supplicacionem. (R[egistra]ta de Curia de m. d. n. p. Mor[inen.] Pog[gius.]) [See above, p. 231. See also above, f. 171d. of the present Register.]

9 Eugenius IV

11 Kal. Sept. (fn. 8)
(f. 228.)
To Master Peter de Monte, I.U.D., apostolic notary, nuncio of the apostolic see and collector of the camera in the realms of Eng land and Scotland and in the island of Ireland. Faculty to him, whom the pope lately sent as his nuncio and collector to the above realms and island, to grant to fifteen persons thereof that they may take for seven years, whilst studying at an university, the fruits etc. of any their benefices, the daily distributions alone excepted, as if personally resident. Cum te dudum. (R[egistra]ta de Curia. de m. d. n. p. Po[ggius]. Floren[tin] (fn. 9) .) [For the appointment of Peter de Monte as collector in England, Ireland and Scotland, on April 21, 1435, and the faculties given to him on that occasion, see below, Reg. CCCLXXIII, ff. 177d. sqq. For further faculties given to him in 1436 and 1438, see below, Reg. CCCLXXIV, ff. 127 sqq. and ff. 275 sqq.]
Ibid. To Master Peter de Monte, I.U.D., and M.A. (Utriusque Juris ac Artium Doctor), apostolic notary, nuncio etc. as in the preceding. Faculty to grant indult to fifteen persons that the confessor of their choice may grant them, being penitent and having confessed, plenary remission of all their sins, once, in the hour of death; with the clauses ‘Et ne quod absit’ against abuse, ‘Et insuper’ requiring fasting on every Friday for a year, etc. and ‘Porro si forsan’ empowering the confessor to commute the said fasting into other works of piety. Cum etc. (R[egistra]ta de Curia de m. d. n. p. Poggius. Flor[entin].)
11 Kal. Sept.
(f. 229.)
To Master Peter de Monte, I.U.D., apostolic notary etc., as in the preceding. Faculty to confer the office of notary public on twelve persons, not married and not in holy orders, with the form of oath to be taken by them. Cum etc. (R[egistra]ta de Curia etc. Pog[gius].)
Ibid. To Master Peter etc., as in the preceding. Faculty to dispense twenty-five persons, after completing their twenty-second year, to be promoted to all holy orders, even the priesthood, and to hold a benefice even with cure. Cum etc. (Re[gistra]ta de Curia etc. Pog[gius].)
Ibid. To Master Peter de Monte, I.U.D. and M.A. (Utriusque Juris Artiumque Doctor), apostolic notary etc., as in the preceding. Faculty to dispense thirty persons in those cases in which the pope's major penitentiary can do so, and to dispense on account of the greater irregularity contracted thereby. Cum etc. (R[egistra]ta de Curia etc. Pog[gius].)
(f. 230.)
To Master Peter de Monte, I.U.D., apostolic notary etc., as in the preceding. Faculty to grant to twenty-five persons to choose their confessor, who may hear their confessions and grant absolution, enjoining a salutary penance, except in cases re served to the apostolic see. Cum etc. (R[egistra]ta de Curia etc. Pog[gius].)
Ibid. To Master Peter etc., as in the preceding. Faculty to dis pense twenty men and as many women related in the third and fourth degrees of kindred or affinity to marry, or, having married in ignorance of the said relationship, to contract marriage [anew] and remain therein, declaring past and future offspring legitimate. Cum etc. (Registrata de Curia etc. Pog[gius.])
Ibid. To Master Peter, etc., as in the preceding. Faculty to grant to twelve persons of either sex, nobles, to have a portable altar. Cum etc. (Registrata de Curia etc. Pog[gius.])
Ibid. To Master Peter, etc., as in the preceding. Faculty to dispense twenty-five persons on account of any kind of illegitimacy, to be promoted to all holy orders, even the priest hood, and hold one or two benefices with or without cure. Cum etc. (R[egistra]ta de Curia etc. Pog[gius.] Flor[entin].)
11 Kal. Oct.
(f. 232.)
To the bishop of Dunkeld. Mandate, at the recent petition of James Stewart, nobleman, and Joan Bewford, noblewoman, of the diocese of St. Andrews (seeing that they hold their own ordinary suspect in the matter), after temporary separation, to absolve them from excommunication incurred, enjoining a salutary penance, and to dispense them to recontract and remain in the marriage which they formerly contracted per verba legitime de presenti before witnesses clandestinely, in ignorance that they were related in the third and third (corrected from second) and the fourth and fourth and the third and fourth degrees of kindred and affinity, subsequently consum mating it after the said impediments had come to their knowledge. He is to decree past offspring, if any, and future legitimate. Oblate nobis. (tax. xxx. R[egistra]ta de mandato etc. Pog[gius]. Habuit [F.]de Padua d[ucatos] vi.). [Stuart, Geneal. Hist. Stewarts, p. 443, with spelling ‘Berrford.’]

7 Eugenius IV

8 Kal. March.
(f. 289d.)
To David de Carnach, clerk, of the diocese of Aberdeen. Absolution, etc., as below. His recent petition contained that after Martin V's confirmation of all sentences of excom munication, etc., promulgated by his predecessors against simoniacs, and his reservation to his successors of the absolution therefrom, except in the hour of death, and before William Croyser, papal acolyte (who obtained three definite sentences against James Lyndissay, clerk, of the diocese of Glasgow, about the parish church of Arbuthnoth in the diocese of St. Andrews), had, without having had possession thereof, resigned the said church and all right therein, he, wrongly believing that William had resigned the said church to the present pope, and that the pope had admitted the resignation, and believing that provision had been made thereof, thus void, to himself, after receiving from the said James, who was then in possession, a promise of a yearly pension on the fruits etc. of the said church, and after receiving a part thereof, resigned all his right in regard to the said church to the bishop of St. Andrews, certain oaths being taken; that the said bishop, having admitted by his ordinary authority the said resignation, made collation and provision of the said church, as being void by this posterior resignation and admission, to the said James; that afterwards the above William did resign the said church into the hands of the pope, without having had possession, and the pope, admitting the resignation, made provision thereof, as being thus void, to David, who, doubting whether on account of his said oath he could take possession, surreptitiously (as he fears) obtained relaxation thereof, and got the said church, although not peaceably; that subsequently, the cause between him and the said James about the said church having been introduced into the Roman court on the latter's appeal, the said bishop excommunicated David for having unduly taken possession of the said church and for having taken its fruits, and declared him to have incurred the crime of perjury, which excommunication and declaration he annulled upon the said parties coming to an agreement; that thereafter David and James agreed that David should bring no suit against James about the said church, and should resign (cederes ac renunciares) all right, and that James [should] resign (resignauit, rectius resignaret) his canonry and prebend of the church of Dombar in the diocese of St. Andrews, and should give and pay (daret et persolueret) to David a yearly pension of 16 marks Scots on the fruits etc. of his domain or barony of Colbaton in the said diocese, for David's life or until he should obtain a benefice of like value, it being further agreed that if he could not obtain the said canonry and prebend James should give and pay him another like yearly pension for life on the fruits of the said barony; that after the said agreement David resigned the said church, and James the said canonry and prebend, to the said bishop, who has made the exchange by his ordinary authority, and that James has often paid to David the said pension, not without simony; and that David, without having obtained any absolution on account of the aforesaid, but being involved in the above sentences etc., had himself ordained subdeacon, deacon and priest, and has often ministered as such, celebrating mass and other divine offices, thereby incurring irregularity. The pope therefore absolves David, who is a brother of John, bishop of Brechin, and is at present in the Roman court, from the aforesaid sentences etc., and from the stain of perjury and simony, dispenses him, on account of his said irregularity, to minister in the said orders and dispenses him to hold any benefices with or without cure etc., and otherwise rehabilitates him. (Without the usual subscription at the end.)

10 Eugenius IV

5 Kal. June.
(f. 291d.)
To John Verney, archdeacon of Worcester, a papal chaplain. Indult to him, who is past his sixtieth year, to visit his said archdeaconry by deputy for life, and receive the procurations in money to a daily amount not succeeding 30 silver [gros] Tournois, twelve to a gold florin of Florence. Personam tuam. (R[egistra]ta de m. d. n. p. tax. xiiii. Pog[gius].) [Cf. below, p. 318.]
Concurrent mandate to the bishop of Aquila and the abbots of Evesham and Perseor (or Perscor) in the diocese of Worcester. Personam dilecti filii. (R[egistra]ta ut supra. tax. xvi. misit F. de Pad[ua]. Rabatta.)

11 Eugenius IV

Prid. Id. Jan.
(f. 327.)
To John de Labere [alias Dalberd], canon of Salisbury, bachelor of canon law. Motu proprio reservation to the pope's gift, for collation to him, who is Great Almoner of the household of king Henry, of one or two benefices, wont to be assigned to secular clerks, in the gift of the bishop and the prior and chapter Winchester, and the bishops and the deans and chapters of Lincoln and Exeter, even if etc. Litterarum etc. [See below, Reg. CCCLXIX, f. 49, and CCCLXXIX, f. 88.]
Concurrent mandate to the abbot of Peterborough, the dean of New St. Mary's, Leicester, and the prior of St. Mary's Overes, in the dioceses of Lincoln and Winchester, to collate and assign such reserved benefices. Litterarum etc. (R[egistra]ta de m. d. n. p. Pog[gius]. habuit F. de Pad[ua] flor[enum].)

13 Eugenius IV

Prid. Id. July.
(f. 430d.)
To John, sometime bishop of Bath and Wells, archbishop elect of Canterbury. Sending by Thomas Brid, a Friar Preacher, S.T.P., at John's petition, addressed to the pope on his behalf by Vincent Clement, archdeacon of Tortosa (Dertusen.), a papal subdeacon, [the archbishop's envoy, as added in the next following letter], the pallium, to be assigned to him by the bishops of London and Rochester, who shall receive and send his oath of fealty to the pope, as usual. Cum pallium insigne. (R[egistra]ta. tax. xv. de m. d. n. p. Pog[gius.] tax. in bulla d[ucatus] i.).
(f. 431.)
To the above two bishops. Mandate to assign to the above archbishop elect the pallium, and to receive and send to the pope his oath of fealty, as usual. Cum etc. (R[egistra] ta. tax. gr. xx. de m. d. n. p. Pog[gius.] tax. in bulla d[ucatus] i. per Justinum.)

14 Eugenius IV

17 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 457d.)
To John, abbot of the Benedictine monastery of St. Vandrille (Sancti Wandregisilii) in the diocese of Rouen. Provision of the said abbey, void by the death of John, during whose life it was specially reserved by the pope, the election made by the convent, perhaps in ignorance of the said reservation, of the above John, then prior of St. Peter's, Triquerville (de Tregervilla), of the same order and in the same diocese, in priest's orders, which election John has caused to be set forth before the pope in consistory, being void. Inter solicitudines. (R[egistrata] gratis de m. d. n. p. P[oggius.] Andegaven.)
Concurrent letters to the archbishop of Rouen, the convent of St. Vandrille's, and the vassals of the same (each with the above incipitInter etc.’ and ‘R[egistra] ta, ‘R[egistra] ta’ and ‘R[egistra] ta, P[oggius]’ respectively), and to Henry, king of England—Gracie divine (subscribed R[egistra] ta. P[oggius]).
15 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 459.)
To the above abbot John. Faculty to be blessed by any catholic bishop. Cum nos pridem. (R[egistra] ta gratis ut supra, Po[ggius].)

16 Eugenius IV

Non. Nov.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 506d.)
Relaxation, in perpetuity, of seven years and seven quarantines of enjoined penance to penitents who on the feasts of St. Mary the Virgin and St. Nicholas the Confessor, the Exalta tion of Holy Cross, and the Translation of St. Edward the Con fessor visit the chapel, if and after it has been dedicated, of King's College, dedicated to St. Mary and St. Nicholas, which Henry VI, king of England, has built and endowed in the university of Cambridge for a provost and seventy scholars, one of them being the vice-provost; with grant and indult for the provost and vice-provost and other fit priests appointed by the provost to hear the confessions and grant absolution, except in cases reserved to the apostolic see. Univ. ChristifidIneffabilia meritorum insignia. (R[egistra] ta de mandato [domini] nostri pape. Pog[gius]. Mor[inen.].)
Non. Nov.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 511.)
The like. (Registered again verbatim in the same hand as above, and subscribed: R[egistra] ta de mandato domini nostri pape. Pog[gius]. Morin[en.].)
4 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 525d.)
Decree, etc., as below. The pope recapitulates (i) his mandate to John [Kempe, archbishop of York], cardinal priest of St. Balbina's, in the matter of the suit between abbot Nicholas and the convent of Glastonbury and their archdeacon, of the one part, and Thomas, bishop of Bath and Wells and his commissaries, William Fulford and John Bernard, of the other part [above, p. 244]; (ii) his commission to the said cardinal to take cognisance of and to terminate the cause or causes as they had remained before the above-named auditor Master Malatesta de Captaneis; and (iii) his commission to the same cardinal, granted at the instance of the said bishop, to hear and terminate the causes which the bishop had brought against the said abbot and convent and rectors and vicars of the said archdeaconry about the non-ringing of bells. Seeing that the pope has been informed by many, and especially by John, bishop of Palestrina, his major penitentiary, that the said abbot has always been and is faithful to the pope and the Roman church, and has never perpetrated such things as to merit deprivation, the pope now, at the petition of the said abbot and convent, decrees null and void all proceedings taken against them in the matter of their said jurisdiction, and hereby ratifies and confirms their said privileges, customs and indults, and orders the said bishop to respect the same, under pain of ipso facto excommunication. Ad fut. rei mem. Romanus pontifex. (Tax. l. R[egistra] ta. Mor[inen.] et Rouerella expendiuerunt. Ego registraui, Pog[gius], procurator regis Anglie. Nil [re]cepi pro bulla et registro.)
8 Id. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 527.)
To the archbishop of Canterbury. Mandate as below. The pope recapitulates his above three-fold commission to John [Kempe, archbishop of York], cardinal priest of St. Balbina's, and the preceding decree, and hereby orders the said archbishop to summon the above bishop and his said officials or commissaries and others concerned, and to take up the above causes as they remained before the above auditor, Master Malatesta de Captaneis, to hear the witnesses to be adduced by the said abbot and convent, taking down their depositions in writing and sending everything to the pope, with his opinion as to how much faith is to be given thereto. The archbishop is to appoint for the said parties a date at which they or their proctors shall appear before the pope to receive justice, etc. Exposuerunt nobis nuper dilecti filii Nicolaus … (Tax. xxxxv. R[egistra] ta. Poggius expediuit. b. [i.e. Bartholomeus] louerella [rectius Rouerella] et Mor[inen.]. Nil recepi pro bulla et registro.)


1 Described on the back as ‘Tomo 6’ and Eugen. IV. Secret. [A.] I. ad XVI. Liber VI.’ A flyleaf has, in the hand of De Prætis: Eugenii IV. Bull. Secret. Anno Primo ad XVI. Florentie Bononie. Liber Sextus. Tom. X. There are two sets of Rubrice. The first (headed ‘Repertorium litterarum in hoc presenti Registro registratarum a tempore sanctissimi domini Eugenii pape iiii ti primo,’ and ending with the word ‘Finis’) embraces ff. 41—349 of the text. The text in fact only begins with f. 41, so that ff. 1—40 were apparently already wanting when the Rubrice were made. The second set of Rubrice (of which the last page is missing) begins with f. 360 of the text, and is headed: Incipiunt Rubrice litterarum apostolicarum in hoc libro de mandato domini nostri pape registratarum primo.’
2 The date is corrected from ‘Anno Sexto’ to ‘Anno Quarto’ by Po[ggius].
3 The date is corrected from ‘Anno Sexto’ to ‘Anno Quinto’ in the handwriting of Poggius.
4 On ff. 159d.–160d. by letters Ad perp. rei mem. Dum in hac apostolice, dated at Bologna, 1437, 3 Kal. June and granted at the petition of the three estates of the duchy of Normandy, setting forth the difficulty on account of the wars, etc., of going to other universities, the pope erects a university at Caen on the model of and with the same privileges, etc., as the other universities of the realm of France, with faculties of theology, canon law, civil law, medicine and all other lawful faculties, and with the bishop of Bayeux as chancellor, etc. (The letter is subscribed at the end: tax. lx. r[egistra]ta de mandato domini nostri pape. Poggius. F. de Padua. xii.) [Fournier, Statuts des Universités Francaises, III, p. 149, together with Henry VI's foundation.]
5 John Juvenis (le Jeune), bishop of Térouane (Morinen.), whither he was translated from Amiens, Oct. 24. 1436, afterwards cardinal, in 1439. See Eubel, Hierarchia, ad. loc. He is mentioned passim in the Registers as residing at the Roman court, e.g. in Reg. Lat. CCCXI, f. 108, under date Feb. 5, 1438 [-9].
6 ‘John North’ in Monasticon, vi, p. 105.
7 For archbishop Chichely's protest in Convocation, May 2, 1438, against the pope's grant of the see of Ely in commendam to Lewis de Luxembourg, see Wilkins, Concilia, III. p. 526.
8 In the date ‘Millesimotricesimo octavoAnno Nono’ ‘tricesimo octavo’ has been corrected to ‘tricesimo nono.’
9 John Vitelleschi, patriarch of Alexandria, received provision of the archi episcopal see of Florence, Oct. 12, 1435 (Eubel, Hierarchia, ad. loc.)