Lateran Regesta 827
1483

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'Lateran Regesta 827: 1483', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 13: 1471-1484 (1955), pp. 823-827. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105201 Date accessed: 19 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Lateran Regesta, Vol. DCCCXXVII. (fn. 1)

12 Sixtus IV.

De Vacantibus.

1483.
6 Non. May.
(2 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 111r.)
To the bishop of Dunkeld. Mandate to collate and assign to Alexander Doby, priest, of the diocese of Glasgow, the perpetual vicarage of Logymortho in the diocese of St. Andrews, value 8l. sterling, void by the resignation of Thomas Holyng to the pope, made by his proctor Robert Broun, clerk, of the diocese of St. Andrews, and therefore ipso facto reserved to the pope. Dignum etc. (At the end: G. xx. Idibus Aprilis anno tertiodecimo. Polycarpus.) [2 pp.]
Kal. July.
(1 July.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 162v.)
To the archbishop of Armagh, John Ofaelan, a canon of Ferns, and James Haelan, a canon of Kildare (Daren.). Mandate, the priorship of the monastery of St. Mary, Tristyrnach alias Kylbiski [sic], wont to be governed by a prior, O.S.A., in the diocese of Meath, having become void at the apostolic see, and therefore ipso facto reserved to the pope, by the death there of Simon Nugent, to receive William Ofaelyn, clerk, of the diocese of Lismore (who was lately dispensed by authority of the ordinary on account of illegitimacy, as the son of an unmarried man and an unmarried or a married woman, (fn. 2) to be made a clerk and hold a benefice without cure, after which he was made a clerk), as a canon of the said monastery, give him the habit thereof, and receive his profession, and thereupon to collate and assign to him the said priorship, conventual, elective and with cure, value 75 marks sterling. The pope hereby dispenses him to be promoted to all, even holy orders and receive the said priorship, even when a secular clerk, and, without taking the habit and making his profession, to retain it until he obtains peaceful possession, notwithstanding the said defect, etc. As soon as he has been received as a canon and has made his profession, etc., he shall be bound to resign the benefice which he holds, etc.; and as soon as he obtains peaceful possession he shall be bound to take the said habit and make the said profession, otherwise he shall be bound to resign. Apostolice sedis gratiosa benignitas. (At the end: G. xxx. Quinto Idus Julii anno duodecimo. Polycarpus.) [3½ pp.]

De Provisionibus.

1482[–3].
14 Kal. April.
(19 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 237v.)
To William, [bishop] elect of Aberdeen. Translating him, [bishop] elect of Ross, from that church (of which he has not yet been consecrated bishop) to the church of Aberdeen, void by the translation, made by the pope this day, of Robert, [now bishop] elect of Glasgow, then [bishop] elect of Aberdeen, from the church of Aberdeen (of which he has not yet been consecrated bishop), to that of Glasgow, void in a certain way. Credite nobis.
Concurrent letters to the chapter of Aberdeen—Hodie dilectum filium Willelmum Aberdonen. tunc Rossen. electum; to the clergy and to the people of the city and diocese, and to the vassals of the church—Hodie etc.; to the archbishop of St. Andrews—Ad cumulum etc. Hodie etc.; and to James, king of Scots—Gratie diuine etc. Hodie etc. [34/5 pp. In Eubel, ad loc., from the present register.]
13 Kal. April.
(20 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 239v.)
To the same. Faculty for him, whom the pope has recently translated from the church of Ross to that of Aberdeen, to be consecrated by any catholic bishop of his choice in communion with the apostolic see, assisted by two or three like bishops. The consecrating bishop is to receive from him the usual oath of fealty, according to the form enclosed, and William is to send it to the pope by his letters patent, sealed with his seal (fn. 3) ; without prejudice to the archbishop of St. Andrews. Cum nos nuper. [1 p.]
14 Kal. April.
(19 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 259r.) (fn. 4)
To Robert, [bishop] elect of Glasgow. Translating him, [bishop] elect of Aberdeen, from that church (provision of which, on its voidance in a certain way, was made to him by the pope, and of which he has not yet been consecrated bishop) to that of Glasgow, void by the death of John extra R.c., during whose lifetime it was specially reserved by the pope. Quam sit onusta.
Concurrent letters, as above, f. 237v., mutatis mutandis. (fn. 5) [4 pp. See also above, p. 130, and below, p. 838.]
16 Kal. April.
(17 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 266r.)
To John Payne, [bishop] elect of Meath. Provision to him, a Friar Preacher, S.T.P., prior-provincial of the friars of the province of England, in priest's orders, of the said see, void by the death of William extra R.c., during whose lifetime the pope reserved the provision to himself. Pastoralis officii debitum.
Concurrent letters as ibid., mutatis mutandis, (e.g. with archbishop of Armagh and Edward, king of England). [3½ pp. Ripoll, Bullarium Praedicatorum, Vol. III, p. 648, whence Burke, Hibernia Dominicana, p. 477.]
14 Kal. April.
(19 March.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 267v.)
To the same. Faculty, as above, f. 239v., mutatis mutandis. Cum nos pridem. (fn. 6) [1 p.] (fn. 7)
1483.
7 Id. April.
(7 April.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 270v.)
To Adam Cant, a monk of Dunfermlyn, O.S.B., in the diocese of St. Andrews. Absolution, the pope's intention being to make provision to him this day of the said monastery, from all sentences of excommunication, etc., as far as regards the taking effect of such provision, etc. Romani pontificis gratiosa benignitas. [1 p.—]
Ibid. To the same. Provision to him, a monk of the above-named monastery, and professed of the said order, in priest's orders, of the said monastery, void by the death of abbot Henry extra R.c., during whose lifetime the pope reserved the provision thereof to himself. Summi dispositione rectoris.
Concurrent letters to the convent—Hodie monasterio vestro; to the vassals—Hodie etc.; to the archbishop of St. Andrews—Hodie etc. Ad cumulum; and to James, king of Scots—Gratie diuine etc. [3 pp. +]
Ibid.
(f. 272v.)
To Adam [Cant], abbot of the above monastery. Faculty to be blessed by any catholic bishop of his choice in communion with the apostolic see, who shall thereafter receive from him the usual oath of fealty, according to the form enclosed, which oath the abbot shall send to the pope by his letters patent sealed with his seal (fn. 8) ; without prejudice to the archbishop of St. Andrews. Cum nos hodie. [4/5 p.]
1483.
14 Kal. May.
(18 April.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 273r.)
To George Braua, a canon of the monastery of All Saints without the walls of Dublin, O.S.A. Absolution, the pope's intention being to make provision to him this day of the church of Dromore, from all sentences etc. as above, f. 270v. Romani … [1 p.—]
Ibid.
(f. 273r.)
To George Braua, [bishop] elect of Dromore. Provision to him, a canon etc., as in the preceding, professed of the said order, of the church of Dromore, void by the death of Yvo extra R.c., during whose lifetime the pope reserved the provision thereof to himself. Diuina disponente clementia.
Concurrent letters as above, f. 266r., mutatis mutandis, e.g. without the usual letter to the vassals of the church. [3 pp. + In Eubel, ad loc., as ‘Georgius (Brann),’ from the ‘Obligationes,' Vol. 83. f. 84v., which, however, has only ‘de persona venerabilis domini Georgii canonici monasterii omniun Sanctorum extra muros Du[b]linen. ordinis sancti Augustini,’ i.e. no surname, so that Eubel presumably got it from the ‘Georg. Brann’ of Gams, who in turn may have got it from ‘George Brann,’ described as ‘a Grecian, and native of Athens,’ in the Commentary of the Prelates of Ireland (1704), pp. 68–9, in Ware's Antiq. and Hist. of Ireland (1705).]
17 Kal. June.
(16 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 324r.)
To James Pettindreith, abbot of the monastery of St. Mary, Deyre, O. Cist., in the diocese of Aberdeen. Provision to him, a monk of the above monastery, professed of the said order, of the said monastery, void by the death of William extra R.c., during whose lifetime the pope reserved the provision to himself. Inter solicitudines.
Concurrent letters to the convent—Hodie etc.; to the abbot of Cîteaux—Hodie etc., and to James, king of Scots—Hodie etc. Cum itaque [22/3 pp.]
16 Kal. June.
(17 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 325v.)
To the same. Faculty, as above, f. 272v. Cum nos nuper. (fn. 9) [4/5 p.]
17 Kal. June.
(16 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 326r.)
To James Pettindreith, a monk of the monastery of St. Mary, Dayre [sic], O. Cist., in the diocese of Aberdeen. Absolution, as above, f. 270v. Apostolice sedis indefessa clementia. [2/3 p.]
4 Non. July.
(4 July.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 340v.)
To Thomas, [bishop] elect of St. Davids. Provision to him, rector of Pemberge in the diocese of Hereford, in priest's orders, of the said church, void by the death of Richard extra R.c., during whose lifetime the pope reserved the provision to himself. Apostolatus officium.
Concurrent letters to the chapter—Hodie ecclesie vestre; to the clergy and to the people and to the vassals (as usual),—Hodie etc.; to the archbishop of Canterbury—Ad cumulum etc.; and to Edward, king of England—Gratie etc. Hodie etc. [42/3 pp.]
1483.
Ibid.
(f. 342v.)
To the same. Faculty for him, to whom the pope has this day made provision of the above church, to be consecrated, etc., as above, f. 239v. (fn. 10) Cum nos hodie. [1½ pp.]
17 Kal. June.
(16 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 346r.)
To Thomas Hay, [bishop] elect of Ross (Rosen.). Provision to him, a canon of Aberdeen, in priest's orders and of a noble race of barons, of the church of Ross, which is void by the pope's translation from that church of William, [now] bishop of Aberdeen [above, f. 237v.], and the provision of which is therefore reserved to the pope. Diuina disponente clementia.
Concurrent letters, as above, f. 237v., mutatis mutandis (e.g. here without the letter to the vassals.) [2¾ pp.]
6 Id. Aug.
(8 Aug.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 355v.)
To Walter Black, [archbishop] elect of Tuam. Provision to him, a canon of Tuam, by both parents of noble birth and in priest's orders, of the church of Tuam, void by the death extra R.c. of archbishop Donatus, during whose lifetime the pope reserved the provision to himself. Diuina disponente clementia.
Concurrent letters, as ibid., mutatis mutandis (e.g. with the suffragans of the church of Tuam for the archbishop of St. Andrews, and Richard, (fn. 11) king of England, for James, king of Scots). [2½ pp.]

Footnotes

1 On the back of the volume: Anno 12. Lib. 1, and on an end-paper at the beginning of the volume: An. 12. to. 10.
2 de soluto genitus et soluta alias coniugata.
3 Preterea volumus quod formam huiusmodi a te tunc prestiti iuramenti nobis de verbo ad verbum per tuas patentes litteras two sigillo signatas per proprium nuntium quantotius destinare procures.
4 The foliation jumps from f. 239 to f. 250.
5 The corresponding consecration faculty does not occur.
6 pridem and nuper are thus almost equated, nuper being used to mean the day before, and pridem two days before.
7 With the same clause as above: Pretereaprocures.
8 ac formam iuramenti quod te prestare contigerit nobis de verbo ad verbum per tuas patentes litteras tuo sigillo munitas per proprium nuntium quantocius destinare procures.
9 With ‘ac formamprocures,’ as ibid., but with signatas for munitas.
10 With Preterea volumusprocures, as ibid.
11 His earliest appearance in these registers as king.