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'Index of Subjects', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 13: 1471-1484 (1955), pp. 1225-1268. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=105225 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Index of Subjects.ABCDEFGHIJKLMNOPRSTUVW

Index of Subjects.

The cross references are in many cases to the Index of Persons and Places.

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Abbots and abbesses, blessing of and indults to be blessed by any bishop, 5 (bis), 29, 33, 93, 126, 132, 136, 150, 161, 165, 173, 201, 290, 331, 352, 353, 376, 390, 401, 414, 432, 519, 521, 531, 555, 603, 606, 656, 681, 720, 743, 754, 812, 813, 816, 825, 826, 850.

-, borne to high altar on election according to custom, 635.

-, case against, pending before papal auditor, 634.

-, coadjutor for, 150.

-, corrodies, power of, to give, 107, 804.

-, -, prohibition from granting, without consent of Ordinary, 804.

-, despoliation of, 207.

-, letters of protection for, 803.

-, surrender of rights by, 125, 169, 555.

-, wont to feed forty poor men and pilgrims every day, 598.

- See also Age; Commendam; Deprivation; Elections; Incontinence; Insignia; Oaths; Orders.

Abbreviator de Parco Maiori . See Bigneti, James.

- See also Apostolic letters.

Acolytes of the Pope. See Aleprandis, Peter de; Cameron, William; Forster, Gilbert; Guillen, Ivo; Liel, Andrew; Lindsay, James; Mandevill, Edmund; Nardis, Peter Anthony de; Newton, John; Rate, Alexander; Stewart, Walter; Suthirlande, Alexander; Vaus, Thomas; Young, Patrick.

Administrator, of cathedral, 274.

-, in spirituals and temporals, appointed by Apostolic See, 610.

Administrator Perpetual. See Palatio, Octavian de.

Adultery, 2, 75, 140, 285, 393, 423, 452, 503, 504, 515, 836.

- See also Illegitimacy.

Advowsons, 368, 581.

Age, defect of, dispensations on account of:—

(1) to be promoted to bishoprics, 784, 806.

(2) to be promoted to holy orders, receive benefices, resign and exchange them, etc., 200, 426, 581, 610, 708.

(3) to be promoted to benefices, resign or exchange them, etc., 9, 30, 61, 77, 113 (bis), 125, 173, 194, 200, 217, 218, 248, 250, 270, 271, 274, 316, 322, 377, 378, 382, 384, 386, 387, 397, 409, 434, 487, 488, 494, 498 (bis), 508, 540, 582, 587, 609, 616, 619, 620, 632, 633, 635, 636, 637, 643, 644, 650, 659, 669, 671, 683, 687, 694 (bis), 698, 709, 711, 714, 719, 721, 723, 737, 749 (bis), 752, 760, 761, 764, 766, 773, 816, 833, 838, 850, 860.

(4) to be promoted to abbatial or prioral dignity, 224, 807, 808.

(5) to be elected master or warden, 370.

(6) to minister in orders already received, 2, 5, 199, 489.

-, lawful, decree of Pius II declaring all promoted to orders before, to be ipso jure suspended, and irregular if they ministered in orders so received, 488, 508.

-, vicar unable to bear burdens because of, dispensed to receive fruits of vicarage without residence, 426.

Alienation. See Dilapidation.

Almoner of Edward IV, 445, 565. See also Dauet, Thomas.

- of Edward Prince of Wales. See Davison, John.

Almshouse, 499.

Almuce of grey fur, 828.

Altars, placed towards the east according to the custom of England, 789.

-, placed otherwise than towards the east, indult to build, 790.

-, portable, indult to have:—

(1) for clergy and religious, 380 (bis), 381, 548, 549, 550, 551, 821 (bis), 822 (5), 823, 847 (ter).

(ii) for lay persons, 200, 220, 260, 269, 270, 379 (4), 380 (bis), 381 (ter), 548 (bis), 549 (ter), 550, 551 (ter), 821, 822 (4), 823 (bis), 847.

-, servers of, distributions to, 268.

Anchorite, 625.

Angelus, 91.

Annates, 51, 76 (bis), 123, 181, 758.

Antiphon, proper to the Name of Jesus, to be sung every Friday, 268.

Anniversary, 264.

Apostasy, 7, 8, 60, 163, 180, 485, 553, 607, 640, 714.

-, dispensation to wear priestly robe over religious habit without note of, 641, 738, 746, 796, 798, 806, 828, 854, 861.

Apostolic See, appeals to:—

English, 32 (bis), 46, 238, 289, 307, 308, 310, 320, 356, 357 (bis), 358 (bis), 374, 431, 458 (bis), 488, 512, 515, 528, 560, 561, 630, 676, 706, 708, 727, 734, 735 (bis), 860, 861.

Irish, 44, 74, 99, 109, 128, 137, 140, 145, 311, 312, 314, 315 note, 328 (bis), 452, 500, 639, 715 (ter), 858.

Scots, 24, 31 (bis), 58, 63, 87, 323, 347, 492, 711.

-, -, desertion of, 501.

-, -, not prosecuted within the lawful time, 492, 500, 501, 638, 639.

-, commissary of, 2, 50, 51, 198, 199, 200, 201, 223.

-, recourse to, difficult because of distance and perils of the road, 454.

Appropriation, 16, 17, 59, 70, 107, 176, 192, 225, 259, 320, 321, 366, 579, 610, 631, 645.

Arbitration, 15, 23, 67, 109, 111, 133, 261, 391, 638, 639.

Archbishop. See Bishop.

Archbishopric, erection of, 15.

Arches, court of, 560, 734.

-, -, statutes of, 561.

-, dean of. See Peese, John.

Archdeacon, arrested, imprisoned, despoiled of property and forced to resign, 313.

-, customary dues of, 2.

-, customary jurisdiction of, 358.

-, fruits of benefices, for one year after voidance, belonging to, by custom, 632.

-, indult to, to visit by deputy and receive procurations in cash, 4, 18, 43, 67, 69, 79, 97, 111, 160, 482, 541, 542.

Archpriestship, 756.

Arms of founder to be worn by those who serve chapel, 363.

Arrouaise, house of the order of. See Clontuskert, co. Galway.

Auditors of the Apostolic Palace and papal chaplains. See Ceretanis, John de; Cesarinis, John de; Contareno, Gabriel; Diaz de Coca, John, bishop of Calahorra; Edam, Nicholas de; Ferraria, Peter de; Grassis, Anthony de; Herrera, Peter de; Liel, Andrew; Mandeville, Edmund; Nardis, Peter Anthony de; Perreriis, William de; Prioris, John; Sancto Georgio, John Anthony de; Sherwood, William; Stewart, Walter; Teramo, Gaspar de; Ubaldis, Nicholas de; Villadiego, Gundisalvus de.

- See also Household of the Pope.

-, not named, suits before, 14, 88, 459, 462, 526, 567, 634.

Augustinian canons, belonging to houses not named, 64, 101, 109, 129, 139, 179, 277, 290, 390, 441, 495, 532, 643, 669, 764.

-, benefices wont to be held by, 295, 305, 377, 378, 462, 527, 532.

-, churches in Scotland governed by, 13.

-, habit similar to that of, 243.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Anglesey; Barlinch; Bilsington; Blackmore; Bodmin; Bolton Abbey; Bourne; Bridgewater; Bridlington; Bruton; Buckenham, Old; Butley; Canterbury (St. Gregory); Carlisle; Christchurch; Colchester; Coxford; Darley; Dorchester, co. Oxon; Dunstable; Erdbury; Flitcham; Hexham; Ipswich; Ixworth; Kenilworth; Kirkham Priory; Lanthony by Gloucester; Leeds, co. Kent; Leicester; Lesnes; Letheringham; Lilleshall; London, religious houses (3); Maiden Bradley; Markby; Maxstoke; Merton; Michelham; Newburgh; Newstead; Northampton (St. James); Osney; Ospringe; Poughley; Ravenstone; Royston; St. Osyth; Selborne; Stafford; Stonely; Studley; Taunton; Tremhale; Waltham; Water; Wells (St. John the Baptist).

in Ireland. See Abbeyderg; Abbeygormacan; Aghmacart; Annaghdown (St. Mary); Armagh (SS. Peter and Paul); Athassel; Aughrim, co. Galway; Ballinskelligs; Ballintober; Ballybeg; Ballysadare; Bangor; Bridgetown; Caher, co. Tipperary; Canon Island; Cashel, co. Tipperary; Clare; Clogher; Clonard; Clones; Clonfert; Clontuskert, co. Galway; Clontuskert, co. Roscommon; Cong; Cork (Gill abbey); Cross; Derrane; Devenish; Drumlane; Dublin (All Saints); Dublin (Christchurch); Dublin (St. John the Baptist); Dublin (St. Thomas the Martyr); Dundalk; Dungiven; Durrow; Enniscorthy; Ferns; Fertagh; Greatconnell; Holmpatrick; Inchmacnerin; Inishmurray alias Aughris; Inistioge; Inniscronane; Innisfallen; Kells, co. Kilkenny; Kilkenny (St. John the Evangelist); Killagh; Kilmacduagh; Kilmore-na-Sinna; Kilshanny; Limerick (St. Edmund the King and Martyr); Londonderry; Lorrha; Lough Derg; Mayo; Mohill; Molana; Monaincha; Mothel; Mullingar; Navan; Nenagh; Newry; Rathkeale; Rattoo; Roscommon; Saints Island; Saul; Scattery Island; Seirkieran; Selskar; Trim; Tristernagh; Tuam (St. John the Evangelist); Waterford (St. Catherine); Thondonayn.

in Scotland. See Blantyre; Cambuskenneth; Edinburgh (Holyrood); Inchaffray; Inchcolm; Inchmahone; Jedburgh; Leith; Monymusk; Oransay; Pittenweem; Restennet; St. Andrews; St. Mary's Isle; Scone.

in Wales. See Carmarthen, Llanthony Prima; Ruthin.

abroad. See Chateau l'Hermitage; Saint - Antoine - de - Viennois; Séez.

-, foundation of priory of, 400, 532.

-, living outside monastery, in private houses, 193, 497, 629.

-, migration of from monastery to monastery, licence for, 188, 370, 791, 807.

-, priories of, disputes concerning, 9, 108, 109, 169, 326, 497, 532, 629.

-, -, suppression of, 698.

Augustinian canonesses, nuns and sisters, belonging to houses not named, 131.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Clerkenwell.

in Ireland. See Graney; Kilculliheen; Timolin.

Abroad. See Rome (San Sisto).

Augustinian Friars (Friars Hermits of St. Augustine), belonging to houses not named, 299, 427, 781, 791, 829 note, 853.

-, houses of. See Huntingdon; Skreen; Tickhill.

-, privileges granted to, 278 note.

-, vicariate of. See Ireland.

Augustinian habit, 38, 77, 81, 109, 129, 132, 145, 173, 290, 607, 625, 626, 641, 716, 746.

-, to be worn by Friar Preacher upon becoming prior of an Augustinian house, 288.

- See also Religious habit.

Augustinian hospitals:—

in England. See Cambridge; Lechlade; London (St. Anthony); London (St. Katherine by the Tower); Southwark; Wells (St. John the Baptist).

in Ireland. See Drogheda.

Augustinian Order, abbots of, houses not named, 125, 131, 167, 194, 606, 835.

-, father abbot of (in Ireland). See Burgo, Richard de.

-, priors, prelates, wardens of, houses not named, 13, 77, 120, 128, 160.

-, statutes of, 640.

-, transfer from Cistercian order to, 535, 625, 626.

-, transfer of Friar Preacher to, 288, 389, 537.

- See also Arrouaise, order of; Bonshommes; Crutched Friars; St. Saviour, order of; St. Victor, order of; Trinitarian Friars.

-, Benedictine houses wrongly described as of, 631 (Deerhurst); 725 (Sele); 457 (Sherborne); 631 (Worcester).

-, Cistercian house wrongly described as of, 391, 834 (Kilshanny).

Augustinian rule (Rule of St. Augustine), 326, 400.

-, failure to observe, 326.

Ave Maria, 91, 158, 667.

B

Baptism, children die without, 578.

-, neglect to administer, 553.

Baptismal font, erection of, in a chapel, 505, 579, 721.

Bells, ringing of, for the Salutation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 91.

-, -, for celebration of anniversary, 264.

Benedictine monk, belonging to house not named, 642 note.

Benedictine monks, benefices wont to be held by, 637.

-, habit of, 75, 156, 861.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Abingdon; Bardney; Bath; Battle; Binham; Burton-on-Trent; Bury St. Edmunds; Canterbury (St. Augustine); Coventry; Crowland; Daventry; Deerhurst; Dover; Durham; Ely; Evesham; Eye; Eynsham; Glastonbury; Gloucester; Horton; Hurley; Malmesbury; Malvern, Great; Malvern, Little; Milton Abbas; Monk Bretton; Monkton Farleigh; Norwich; Pershore; Peterborough; Pontefract; Reading; Rochester; St. Albans; St. Benet Hulme; St. Neots; Selby; Sele; Sherborne; Shrewsbury; Spalding; Tavistock; Tewkesbury; Thorney; Tynemouth; Westminster; Whitby; Winchester; Worcester; Wymondham; York (Holy Trinity); York (St. Mary).

in Ireland. See Athlone; Black Abbey; Downpatrick; Fore; Glascarrig; Ross; Waterford.

in Scotland. See Arbroath; Coldingham; Dunfermline; Iona; Kelso; Kilwinning; Lindores; Pluscardine.

in Wales. See Pill.

abroad. See Evreux; Ghent; Guernsey; Mont Saint Michel; Monte Oliveto; Rome (S. Maria Nuova).

Benedictine nuns, benefices wont to be held by, 687.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Amesbury; Cheshunt; Godstow; Romney; Winchester (St. Mary).

Benedictine order, abbot of, appeals against persecution by bishop, 377.

-, -, to preach Jubilee indulgence, 197.

-, abbot and monks of, subjected to ordinary jurisdiction of bishop, 368.

-, chapter-general of, held in England, 617.

-, provincial chapter of, in England, refusal of abbots etc. to attend, 81.

-, scapular of, 156.

-, statutes made in chaptergeneral of, 80.

-, priory of called a wardenship, 385.

-, visitation of monastery of, and suspension of abbot, 617.

-, See also Cluniac; Holy Trinity; La Charité Val-des-Choux.

Benediction, indult to give, provided no bishop is present, 269, 721, 792.

Benefactions, of dean to cathedral of Lichfield, 269.

Benefices, appropriation of. See Appropriations.

-, cession of rights in, 58, 321, 346, 459, 462, 519, 702.

Benefices, compatible, dispensation to hold more than one, 2, 7, 11, 26, 33, 34, 40, 45, 71, 78, 92, 125, 157, 201, 211, 212, 280, 296, 303, 318, 344, 348, 350, 385, 397, 430, 467, 470 (bis), 509, 526, 557, 566, 594, 626, 820, 838.

-, exchange of, licences and faculties for, 44, 85, 257, 348, 403, 411, 451, 683.

-, -, collector of the Camera to be notified of, 451.

-, -, invalid, because made after deprivation, 402.

-, fruits of, for first year, taken by bishop, 338.

-, -, for one year, taken by archdeacon, 632.

-, -, for second year, converted to fabric of the church, 338.

-, -, loss of, due to long absence, 245.

-, -, wrongfully received, satisfaction to be made for, 51.

-, - See also Farm.

-, grants of, in commendam. See Commendam.

-, incompatible, dispensations to hold for life or for a term, to resign and exchange, 3, 4, 7, 9, 10 (bis), 12, 16, 17, 22, 24, 28, 32, 33 (bis), 36, 37, 39, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59, 60, 63, 66, 74, 78 (bis), 83, 87, 93, 105, 112, 113, 114, 118, 119, 124, 127, 131, 156 (bis), 164, 167, 174, 182, 185, 188, 189, 190, 197, 202, 212, 213, 218 (bis), 221, 223, 239 (bis), 241, 244, 245, 248, 250, 251, 273, 274, 280, 299, 300 (5), 301 (3), 304 (4), 305, 306 (6), 315, 316 (4), 317 (5), 318, 319 (bis), 321 (6), 330, 331, 333, 335 (7), 336 (bis), 337 (ter), 339, 342, 345, 347 (bis), 351, 363 (bis), 364 (6), 370 (bis), 371, 372, 375, 378, 382, 384, 385 (4), 386 (5), 388, 393, 396 (5), 397 (ter), 405 (4), 406 (ter), 408 (bis), 409 (5), 411, 416 (bis), 417 (bis), 418, 419, 420, 424 (bis), 425 (7), 426 (bis), 427, 431, 432, 434 (4), 439, 442, 445, 446 (bis), 448 (bis), 449 (6), 451, 455, 456 (bis), 459, 460, 465 (ter), 466 (ter), 467, 469, 470, 472, 473, 480, 483, 484 (ter), 485, 486, 487 (ter), 488 (bis), 489 (4), 490 (4), 492 (bis), 493, 494 (bis), 495 (ter), 496 (bis), 498, 499, 506 (bis), 511 (bis), 512 (bis), 514, 515, 516 (ter), 517, 518 (4), 523, 524, 526 (bis), 527, 528, 530, 536, 539, 540 (ter), 541, 542, 543 (5), 545 (bis), 551, 556 (bis), 557 (4), 558, 559 (bis), 560, 562 (6), 564 (ter), 565 (bis), 566 (bis), 567, 568 (4), 569 (6), 570, 571, 572 (ter), 573 (bis), 574, 577, 578, 580 (4), 581, 582 (bis), 583, 585 (bis), 586, 587 (bis), 589 (7), 591, 592 (bis), 593, 594 (ter), 596 (ter), 599, 600, 607, 608 (bis), 609, 611 (ter), 614, 616 (4), 617 (bis), 621, 623 (bis), 625, 626, 627 (ter), 629 (bis), 630, 632, 634 (4), 636, 637 (6), 638, 640 (bis), 641 (5), 643, 645, 649 (bis), 650, 659 (bis), 660 (ter), 662, 667, 669, 674 (bis), 675 (ter), 676 (bis), 677 (ter), 680, 686, 687, 694 (ter), 695 (6), 696, 697 (ter), 698, 703, 704 (bis), 705, 706 (ter), 707 (ter), 708, 709 (6), 710 (6), 711 (bis), 712 (ter), 713 (9), 714, 718, 721, 724, 725 (bis), 726 (8), 727 (4), 728 (4), 729, 730 (bis), 733 (bis), 734, 735, 736 (4), 737 (bis), 738, 744, 745, 747 (6), 748 (ter), 749 (4), 750 (bis), 751, 752 (5), 759, 771, 772, 775, 776 (4), 778 (4), 779 (5), 781 (4), 782 (ter), 785 (6), 786, 787 (6), 788 (bis), 789 (bis), 790 (bis), 791 (ter), 792 (bis), 795 (bis), 796 (5), 797, 798, 799 (4), 800 (bis), 801 (bis), 802, 803 (bis), 806 (bis), 807 (5), 808 (4), 809, 813 (bis), 814 (ter), 815, 818, 819 (bis), 820, 827, 828 (6), 829 (ter), 830 (ter), 831 (ter), 832 (bis), 833, 837 (ter), 838 (ter), 839 (4), 844, 845, 850 (4), 851 (ter), 853 (ter), 854 (4), 855, 860 (ter), 861 (bis), 862 (bis), 863, 864.

-, -, -, faculty to grant, 283.

-, -, -, liberality of pope in granting to Englishmen, 38.

-, instrusion into and uncanonical holding of, 11 (bis), 14, 17, 19, 26 (bis), 30 (bis), 32, 36, 40, 45, 47, 51, 57 (bis), 61 (bis), 63, 66, 70, 73 (bis), 74, 76, 77 (bis), 82, 83, 87, 89 (bis), 90 (bis), 93, 94, 96 (bis), 98 (bis), 100, 101, 102, 109, 112, 113, 120, 121, 123 (bis), 124, 127 (bis), 129, 132, 142, 144 (bis), 145, 149, 150, 151, 152 (bis), 154, 155, 162, 164, 167 (bis), 169 (bis), 171, 172 (bis), 173, 174 (bis), 175, 179 (ter), 183 (ter), 184, 185, 189, 190, 193, 194, 196, 211, 212, 218, 223, 236, 239, 244, 245, 248, 251, 257, 270, 273, 280, 285, 295, 297, 298, 302, 303, 323, 324 (bis), 326, 327, 336, 338, 340, 342, 343, 344, 345, 347, 348, 349, 350 (bis), 351, 354, 356, 376, 377, 387 (bis), 388, 389, 390, 392, 393, 394, 396, 397, 399, 400, 402, 403, 412, 414, 417, 420, 421, 422, 423, 430, 433, 434, 435 (bis), 452, 460, 475, 476 (bis), 477, 478, 509, 510, 511, 516, 519, 534, 539, 569, 574, 575, 576, 578, 595, 601, 602, 603, 604, 606, 612, 614, 619 (bis), 621, 622 (bis), 629, 651, 652, 653, 654, 656, 658, 659, 664, 666, 681, 682, 685, 696, 699 (bis), 700, 701, 718, 719 (4), 722, 724, 731, 739 (ter), 740 (bis), 741 (ter), 742, 755, 756 (bis), 757 (bis), 758, 760 (bis), 762, 764, 765, 767, 770, 772, 773, 774, 775, 810 (bis), 814, 815, 816, 834, 839, 841, 843, 849, 855.

-, lapse of collation of, by the statutes of the Third General Council of the Lateran, 11, 17, 28, 30, 36, 40, 48, 51, 54, 61, 66, 83, 87, 88, 89, 94, 95, 96 (bis), 101, 102, 107, 111, 126, 127, 130, 140, 144, 149 (bis), 152, 154, 155, 162, 164, 167, 173, 174, 179 (ter), 183 (bis), 184, 185, 189 (bis), 190, 196, 287, 295 (bis), 297, 298, 299, 301, 324 (bis), 327, 336, 340, 343, 344 (bis), 345 (bis), 347, 348, 349, 350, 351, 359, 364, 377, 389, 394, 396, 399, 400, 402, 421, 422, 423 (bis), 424, 430, 435 (bis), 437, 460 (bis), 476 (bis), 478 (bis), 509, 510, 511, 519, 521, 523 (bis), 534, 535, 539, 563, 566, 569, 574, 576, 595, 601, 602, 603, 604, 606, 609, 614, 619, 622, 629, 652, 653 (bis), 654, 656, 658, 659, 663, 665, 666, 672, 673, 674, 681, 682, 684, 685 (bis), 696, 699, 700 (bis), 701, 709, 718, 719 (4), 722, 724, 731, 739 (ter), 740 (bis), 741 (bis), 742, 755, 756 (bis), 757 (bis), 758, 810 (bis), 814, 816, 834, 835, 839, 841, 843 (bis), 849, 855.

-, -, to Metropolitan, 472, 765.

-, patronage of. See Patronage.

-, provision to. See Collations and Provisions; Provisions.

-, possession of, interference with, 109, 251.

-, -, obtained before presenting letters of dispensation to receive, 202.

-, -, restoration to, 65, 134.

-, removal from. See Deprivation.

-, residence in. See Residence.

-, secular, dispensations for religious to hold, 4 (bis), 7, 15, 60, 156, 213, 214, 217, 243, 245, 250, 273, 275, 286 (bis), 287 (bis), 288, 290, 322, 324, 325 (5), 326, 327 (bis), 370 note, 373, 374 (bis), 375 (bis), 376, 401, 413 (bis), 416, 427, 451, 457, 483, 486 (bis), 487, 490, 491, 492, 493 (5), 495 (ter), 496, 514, 518 (4), 523, 524, 527 (ter), 530, 533, 542 (bis), 562, 564 (bis), 565 (bis), 579, 582, 583, 584, 585 (bis), 586, 587, 589 (ter), 591, 592 (4), 596 (bis), 597, 607, 618 (4), 620, 625, 626 (bis), 633 (bis), 634, 636, 637, 639, 641, 659, 660 (bis), 674, 675 (4), 678, 698, 699, 704, 707, 708, 709, 712 (ter), 713 (bis), 714 (ter), 725 (ter), 726, 728, 729, 738, 744, 746 (4), 747, 751 (bis), 752 (ter), 776 (ter), 779, 781, 784 (bis), 785 (bis), 786, 787, 789, 790 (ter), 791, 796 (4), 797, 799, 800, 802 (ter), 805, 806 (bis), 814, 820 (ter), 828, 829, 830, 836, 839, 844, 845, 850, 851, 853, 859, 860, 861.

-, succession of son to father in, dispensation required for, 19.

-, union of. See Unions.

-, voidance of. See Reservation; Voidance.

Bigamist, forbidden to exercise office of notary, registrar or keeper of registers in the province of Canterbury, 648.

Bigamy, 398.

- See also Notary Public.

Bishoprics, dispensation to be promoted to, notwithstanding defect of age, 784, 806.

-, -, notwithstanding illegitimacy, 277.

-, erection of, into archbishopric, 15.

-, intrusion into, 47, 142, 638.

-, possession of, bishop unable to obtain or retain in peace, 47, 108, 142, 182, 187, 630, 638.

-, vacancy of, injury inflicted on churches and tenants in Ireland during, 407.

-, -, faculty to chapter to defend goods, and visit clergy during, 408.

- See also Provisions; Reservations; Resignations; Voidance.

Bishops and archbishops, bound by the debts of predecessor, 39, 133, 134, 738.

-, charges against, 61, 326.

-, consecration of, not obtained within canonical time, 172, 819.

-, -, obtained de facto, without expediting bulls of provision, 330.

-, -, performed at Rome, 188.

-, death of, without having obtained possession of church, 39, 133.

-, dispensations by, doubtful validity of, 520.

-, dispensations to, to retain benefices after consecration, 130, 417, 587, 749, 861.

-, faculties to, to be consecrated by any bishop in communion with the Apostolic see, 99, 105, 148, 154, 471, 522, 523, 591, 657 (bis), 743, 744, 798, 813, 824, 825, 826, 827, 846, 847.

-, -, to dispose of benefices becoming void in alternate months, 457, 572.

-, -, to exercise ordinary jurisdiction over monks, 368.

-, grant to, of administration of a Benedictine abbey, 338.

-, -, of fruits of benefices belonging to religious houses at a yearly cess, 346.

-, -, of benefices in commendam. See Commendam.

-, indult to, not to be bound to receive consecration within a year, 819.

-, -, to exercise pontifical offices with consent of ordinary, 142, 190, 642, 819.

-, -, to say canonical hours according to the rite of the Premonstratensian order, 798.

-, -, to visit by deputy and receive procurations in cash, 139, 482.

-, -, to visit the Shrines of the Apostles by proxy, 686.

-, institution refused by, 312, 586, 610, 817.

-, institution refused by vicar general of, 855.

-, in the universal church and in partibus infidelium. See Carpenter, John; Connesburg, Edmund; Hunden, John; Lawder, Thomas; Wele, Thomas; Watson, John.

-, -, wrongly so styled. See Bulcomb, John.

-, mensa of. See Mensa.

-, oaths of fealty of. See Oaths.

-, persecution by, abbot appeals against, 377.

-, resignation of, 119, 133, 516, 522, 846 (bis).

-, sons of, 51, 148, 521, 672, 709.

-, suspension of, 133.

-, taken prisoner and put in chains, 187.

-, translation of, 130 (bis), 181, 522, 523.

-, under excommunication for more than a year and losing reason, 555.

-, veil and habit received by nun from (diocese unspecified), 636.

-, visitation of by papal nuncio, 50.

Blessing of water, 465.

Bloodshed, 175, 366.

Bohemians, raising of troops to fight against, 52.

Bonshommes, order of, habit of, 60.

-, -, houses of. See Ashridge; Edington; Restennet.

-, -, convent of, which was dispersed, gathered together again, 625.

-, -, priest killed in house of, 544.

Books, alms for the purchase of, 117, 158, 244, 447.

-, repair of, 116.

Bribery and corruption of judges delegate, 298, 389, 420, 438, 443, 529, 530, 664, 673.

Brief, breve, papal letters in the form of, 50, 88, 159, 222 note, 646, 647.

Bulla , papal letters cancelled by removal of, 286.

Burials, indults etc. for the right of, in a chapel or its cemetery, 505, 561, 623, 642, 721.

-, by friars, excommunication incurred by, 433.

-, of parishioners in cemetery of monastery from time immemorial, 642.

C

Caldrons, measures of wheat so called, 504.

Camera, papal, annates due to, 123, 181, 182.

-, -, annates to be paid to, 205.

-, -, bond for the payment of annates to, 758.

-, -, bond in the fuller form of, for repayment of a loan, 738.

-, -, business of, 217, 278.

-, -, auditor-general of. See Mucciarellis, James de.

-, -, auditor-general of causes of. See Prioris, John.

-, -, chamberlain, presidents, clerks and other officials of, 41, 52, 182.

-, -, collations and exchanges of benefices to be certified to, 41, 54, 205, 451.

-, -, collectors of, authentication of notarial copies by seal of, 263.

-, -, -, commission, faculties and powers of, 205, 206, 207, 208, 209, 210, 211, 212, 213, 214.

-, -, -, deprivation by, 723, 758, 795.

-, -, -, enquiry by, into actions and defalcations of preachers of Jubilee indulgence, 197, 198.

-, -, -, exchange of benefices, to be notified to, 451.

-, -, -, excommunication by, 436.

-, -, -, extension of faculties of, 200, 201.

-, -, -, grant of, to bishop elect, to be consecrated before expedition of letters of provision, 819.

-, -, -, payments made to, 3, 85, 158, 201, 202, 203, 436.

-, -, -, powers of legatus a latere given to, 281.

-, -, -, procurations of, 116, 209.

-, -, -, revocation of appointment of, 6.

-, -, -, in England, key to almsbox to be kept by, 158; neglect of, 214. See also Clementis, Vincent; Giglis, John de; Medicis, Prosper Camulius de.

-, -, -, in England and Calais, 50.

-, -, -, in England, Scotland and Ireland. See Medicis, Prosper Camulius de.

-, -, -, in Ireland, appointment of, 50, 110, 127, 208, 211, 281. See also Hacket, David; Ofaelan, John; O'Hedian, John; Medicis, Prosper Camulius de; Sante, John; Winchedon, William de.

-, -, -, in Scotland. See Barrie, John; Graham, Patrick; Young, Patrick.

-, -, -, in Wales. See Sante, John.

-, -, collector-general of in Scotland, appointment of, 6.

-, -, debts due to, by a collector, acquitance of, 73.

-, -, delinquent collectors to be summoned to appear before, 214.

-, -, dues payable to, 139, 275, 436, 723.

-, -, -, non-payment of, 134, 436, 723, 795.

-, -, register of, exemplification from, 13.

-, -, sub-collector of, 436, 451.

Candles, grant of, to monk for private use, 573.

-, wax, to be placed on high altar at each renewal of lease, 830.

Canon law (Corpus Juris Canonici), references given to, 262, 276.

Canon law, Irish cleric come from Oxford to Rome to study, 184.

Canonical hours, 116, 146, 662.

-, omission and neglect of, 670, 770, 783.

-, according to the rite of the Premonstratensian Order, 798.

Captain of his land. See Savage, Patrick.

Captain of his sept. See Burgo, Richard de.

Cardinals, college of, services to be paid to, 275.

Cardinals, two canons of the college of minor canons of London so named, 464.

Carmelite Friars, belonging to houses not named, 103, 217, 854.

-, houses of. See Ludlow.

-, provinces of. See England; Ireland.

Carthusian order, houses of. See Kingston upon Hull; London, religious houses; Sheen.

-, -, licenses to visit, 8, 582.

-, licence to have tribuno built in church of, which women of royal blood can enter from outside, 696.

-, monk of, under excommunication, 55.

Cartload, as much timber as eight oxen can decently draw, 293.

Cassocks, heel-long, to be worn by those who serve chapel, 363.

-, of becoming colour, to be worn over religious habit, 8, 156.

- See also Apostasy.

Cathedral churches, administrator of, licence to elect, 274.

-, alms for the conservation of the fabric of, 117, 203.

-, benefices appropriated to the fabric of, 186.

-, canons in, number of, not fixed, 46.

-, -, residentiary, 245, 291.

-, chapters of, charges brought by, 61.

-, -, election of bishop by, 276.

-, -, election of dean by, 312.

-, -, faculty to, to defend goods of see with censures, and visit clergy during vacancy of see, 408.

-, -, fine for non-residence to be paid to, 486.

-, -, indult to, to celebrate matins at the fifth hour after midnight, 662.

-, -, letters of, 367, 368.

-, -, mensa of, parish churches and vills united to, 642, 704.

-, -, official of, sede vacante, 405.

-, -, titles belonging to, 272.

-, -, vicar-general of, while bishop is under excommunication, 613.

-, constitutions of, residence enjoined by, 146, 445.

-, conversion of, from church of secular priests to church of canons regular, 400. See also Index of Persons and Places—Sées.

-, dilapidation of, and alienation of goods of by bishop, 583.

-, erection of, into metropolitan church, 203.

-, transfer of, to another church in the diocese, 143.

-, visitation of, by papal nuncio, 50.

Catholic faith, defence of, 199, 281. See also Christian faith or religion.

Cellarer, 238.

Cemetery, attached to chapel, 579.

-, -, consecration of, faculty for, 623.

-, chantry chapel situate in, 447, 557.

-, consecration of, by bishop, 433.

-, goods violently carried away from, 187.

-, licence to erect, have consecrated and bury in, 505, 561.

-, profanation of, through neglect of farmers of benefices, 452.

-, reconciliation of, faculty for, 465.

Cena domini , bull promulgated yearly on the festival of, 66 note, 235, 236, 249, 550.

Cess, to be paid for farm of benefices or tithes, 259, 271, 346.

-, increase of, or new imposition of, forbidden by the Fourth Council of the Lateran, 276.

-, purchase of, for maintenance of vicars choral, 268.

-, seizure of horse in satisfaction of, dispute concerning, 500–502.

Chalices, alms for the purchase of, 117, 158, 244, 447.

-, alienation of, 658.

-, indult to prior to consecrate, 272.

-, stolen by pirates, 258.

Chamber, reservation of, in monastery, 573, 635.

Chamberlain, office of, in monastery, 635.

Chamberlain, of Edward IV. See Hastinges, William de.

Chamberlains, papal, oath to be taken to, 209.

- See also Candour, Thomas; Estoutevilla, William de, cardinal bishop of Ostia; Giglis, John de; Hope, Thomas; Riario Sansoni Galeotti, Raphael; Ursinis, Latinus de, cardinal bishop of Tusculum.

Chancellor of England (Lord). See Stillington, Robert.

Chancellor of Richard, Duke of York. See Barrow, Thomas.

Chancery (English), master in. See Morton, John.

Chantries, 243, 264, 265, 266, 267, 268, 269, 406, 464, 614, 615, 797, 837.

- See also Chichester; Lichfield.

Chantry royal, 565.

Chapel, administration of sacraments in, 384, 507, 578, 677, 693, 862.

-, called provostship, 363.

-, episcopal, foundation and endowment of, 214, 215.

-, dispute concerning, 359.

-, served sometimes by canons, sometimes by secular clerks, 677.

-, without parishioners from time immemorial, declared to be benefice without cure, 530.

- See also Burials; Cemetery.

Chapel Royal, now an oratory of Friars Preachers, 571.

Chapels royal. See Cork, Holy Trinity; London, religious houses (St. Katherine by the Tower); London, St. Martin le Grand; Penkridge; St. Andrews (St. Mary the Virgin); Westminster; Windsor.

Chaplaincy, at an altar, 349.

-, augmentation of endowment of, 447 note.

Chaplains, of lay lord de facto collated to benefices resigned under compulsion, 307.

-, of the king of England (Edward IV). See Candour, Thomas.

-, of chantry to reside in manse provided for them, 265.

-, -, salary of, 37, 265.

-, - See also Chantries.

-, papal. See Auditors of the Apostolic palace.

Chapter house, 291.

Chastity, vows of, 247, 249, 835.

Choristers, 268.

Chrism, licence to have kept in a chapel, 505.

Christendom, danger of, from the Turks, 178.

-, defence of, indult to persons contributing to, 204.

-, invasion of, by the Turks, 204.

Christian faith or religion, defence of, against the Turks, 103, 198, 203.

- See also Catholic faith.

Churches, reconciliation of, faculty for, 465.

Churching of women, 505.

Church property, faculty to confirm sales, exchanges, leases, alienations of, made by ecclesiastical persons, 199.

Cistercian monks, belonging to houses not named, 324, 337, 681, 738.

-, houses of:—

in England. See Beaulieu; Bindon; Bordesley; Boxley; Bruern; Cleeve; Coggeshall; Combermere; Dunkeswell; Fountains; Garendon; Hailes; Jervaulx; Kirkstead; Louth Park; Meux; Pipewell; Quarr; Robertsbridge; Sawley; Sawtry; Sibton; Stanley; Stratford Lanthorne; Swineshead; Thame; Warden; Waverley; Whalley.

in Ireland. See Abington; Assaroe; Baltinglass; Carrigilihy; Corcomroe; Dublin; Dunbrody; Fermoy; de Flumine dei; Granard; Hore abbey; Holycross; Inch; Inishlounaght; Jerpoint; Kilbeggan; Kilcooley; Kilshanny; Knockmoy; Leix; Macosquin; Mellifont; Monasteranenagh; Monasterevan; Newry; O'Dorney; Tracton.

in Scotland. See Balmerino; Coupar-Angus; Culross; Deer, Old; Dunbog; Dundrennan; Kinloss; Melrose; Newbattle.

in Wales. See Conway.

in Isle of Man. See Rushen.

abroad. See Rome (St. Anastarius).

Cistercian nuns, houses of:—

in England. See Baysdale.

in Scotland. See Berwick, North; Halystane.

Cistercian order, abbots of, houses not named, 40, 601, 797, 838.

-, exemption of, from tithes, 481.

-, habit of, given by the Pope, 150.

-, -, abbot dispensed to rule without wearing, 29.

-, migration to and from, 150, 535, 625.

-, privileges of, 481.

-, Augustinian house, wrongly described as of, 453 (Athassel).

Citations, by papal judges delegate to an unfit and unsafe place, 289.

-, right to publish against archbishop, 190.

Cluniac monks, houses of:—

in England. See Bermondsey; Castle Acre; Lenton; Lewes; Monk Bretton; Montacute; Northampton (St. Andrews); Pontefract; Stanesgate; Thetford.

in Scotland. See Crossraguel; Paisley.

Cluniac order, exemption of, from visitation by Benedictine provincials, 81.

-, exemption of priory of, from the jurisdiction of Cluny, 191.

-, privileges of, 854.

-, visitator of, 486.

Co-adjutor of bishop, 555, 574, 649, 674.

Coals, grant of to monk for private use, 573.

Cocket, of the merchants of the staple of Calais, 228.

Coledei, Colidei. See Culdees.

Collation, belonging to the king of England by papal privilege, 191.

-, of chantry priest, lapse of, to bishop in default of nomination by dean and chapter, 265.

-, invalid, because made by bishop to his son without dispensation, 387.

-, right of, in dispute, 610.

Collations and provisions by papal authority, and confirmation of, and mandates to make by papal authority:—

(i) of secular benefices (dignities, canonries, prebends, parish churches etc.):—

in England, 7, 10, 28, 60, 164, 295, 456, 536, 680, 859.

In Ireland, 11 (bis), 12 (bis), 17, 19, 22, 23, 26, 28, 30, 35, 36, 39, 40, 44, 45, 46, 48, 49, 50, 52, 54, 56, 57, 61, 66, 71, 72, 74, 76, 77, 82, 87, 89 (bis), 90 (bis), 92 (bis), 93, 94 (bis), 95, 96, 98, 99 (bis), 100, 102, 107, 108, 111, 112, 113, 120, 121, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127, 128, 131 (ter), 134, 135, 140 (bis), 141, 143 (bis), 145 (bis), 149 (bis), 152 (bis), 153, 155, 158, 161 (bis), 164 (bis), 167, 169, 172, 173 (bis), 174, 175, 181, 183 (bis), 184, 190, 191, 194, 196, 201, 211, 212, 223, 236, 237, 270, 280, 285, 286, 295, 296, 297, 298, 299, 302, 303, 307, 311, 326, 327, 328, 330 (bis), 338, 342, 344, 347, 348, 349 (ter), 350 (bis), 351, 353, 354 (bis), 355, 359, 360, 362 (bis), 363, 372, 373, 377, 378, 387 (ter), 388, 389, 391, 393 (ter), 394, 395, 396, 397, 398, 400, 403, 404, 411, 417, 418, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423 (bis), 424 (bis), 433, 435 (bis), 440, 441, 442, 443, 444, 450, 452, 476, 503, 509 (bis), 510 (bis), 518, 520 (bis), 521, 534, 537, 538, 547, 553, 554, 563, 576, 602 (bis), 604, 605, 609, 612, 613 (bis), 622, 638, 643, 651, 652, 653, 658, 663, 665, 666 (bis), 667, 668, 670, 671 (bis), 673 (ter), 674, 682, 684 (bis), 699 (ter), 700 (ter), 703, 706, 709, 717, 718, 719 (ter), 722, 724 (bis), 730, 732, 739 (ter), 740 (bis), 741 (ter), 742 (bis), 748, 753, 754, 755, 756, 757, 758 (4), 759 (bis), 761 (ter), 762, 764 (bis), 765 (bis), 766, 767, 768, 769, 770 (bis), 771, 772, 773, 774 (bis), 775, 794, 809, 810, 814, 815, 817, 833, 835, 838, 840, 843, 848, 849, 850, 856 (bis), 857.

in Scotland, 12, 17, 20, 24 (4), 25, 26, 29, 30, 31 (bis), 32, 33 (bis), 34, 35, 37, 38, 40, 41, 42 (bis), 43 (bis), 54, 55, 63, 65, 67, 68, 71, 72, 83 (bis), 84 (bis), 102, 103, 104, 105, 106, 126, 157, 166 (bis), 172, 188, 196, 196 note, 197, 240, 278, 329 (bis), 339, 340, 341, 343, 349, 353, 360, 365, 366, 385, 459 (bis), 461, 551, 563, 578, 586, 590, 599 (bis), 610, 613, 614, 649, 658, 665, 683, 686, 702, 704, 723, 753, 762, 771, 795, 809, 815, 816, 817 (ter), 823, 833, 843 (bis), 848, 849, 855, 857, 864.

in the Isle of Man, 324.

abroad, 84, 793.

(ii) of benefices in lay patronage.

See Patronage.

(iii) of religious houses:—

in England, 5, 485.

in Ireland, 38, 47, 51, 62, 64 (bis), 74 (bis), 77, 81, 86, 98, 109, 121, 129, 150, 154, 161, 163, 171, 174, 180, 188, 189, 193, 195, 259, 324, 326, 346, 369, 371, 374, 375, 388, 413, 414, 444, 461, 508, 521, 534, 537, 538, 619, 653, 658, 716, 719, 723 (bis), 763, 816, 824, 834, 842.

in Scotland, 29, 48, 75, 87, 88, 168 (bis), 169, 170, 171, 173, 290, 325, 510, 519, 553, 732, 840, 849.

abroad, 365.

-, executed in ignorance of the death of the pope, 430.

-, disputed on grounds of error, misrepresentation, and appointment of judges from outside the diocese without cause stated, 546.

-, without stating reason for papal claim to collate and provide, 42, 42 note.

- See also Motu proprio.

Collations and provisions by authority of the ordinary, 4, 7, 11, 17, 19, 20 (bis), 22 (4), 26 (bis), 30, 34, 36, 43, 52, 54, 56, 57, 59, 60 (bis), 63, 72, 77, 83, 87, 123, 135, 175, 183, 271, 273, 295 (bis), 298, 299, 301, 302, 312, 329 (bis), 334, 335, 338, 342, 351, 358, 361, 362, 366, 371, 378, 411, 412 (bis), 420, 422, 441 (bis), 442, 456, 460, 472, 499, 503, 506, 509, 514, 530, 533, 534, 542, 558, 563, 576, 588, 624, 640, 651, 653, 680, 685, 703, 717, 766, 771, 773, 774, 810.

-, doubtful validity of, 7 (bis), 20, 22, 30, 36, 57, 59, 72, 79, 101, 104, 113, 122, 131, 132, 164, 166, 172, 329 (bis), 441, 442, 460, 472, 532, 538, 552, 658, 672, 701, 702, 729, 731, 739, 753, 760, 768, 794.

-, by a papal nuncio, 54.

-, by a master general of the Knights Hospitallers of St. John, 62, 255.

Collecting boxes, 158, 159.

-, custody of the keys of, 158.

See also Crusade.

Collects:—

Deus cui proprium est misereri, 266.

Deus qui caritatis dona, 266.

Colleges and collegiate churches, alms for, 498, 558.

-, augmentation of revenues of, 467, 645.

-, - See also Unions.

-, foundation and erection of, 1, 97, 103, 114, 137, 215, 271, 465, 467, 557, 644, 751, 816.

-, habitually but not actually collegiate, 700.

-, in a university, student of, injured at play, 237.

-, in England. See Beverley; Cambridge University; Crediton; Elmley Castle; Gainford; Gloucester; Hemingbrough; Heytesbury; Leicester; Malling, South; Middleham; Northill; Oxford University; St. Buryan; Salisbury (St. Nicholas de Vaux); Shrewsbury; Slapton; Staindrop; Southwell; Tamworth; Westbury on Trym; Westminster (St. Stephen); Windsor (St. George the Martyr); Wingham.

-, in Ireland. See Devenish; Scattery Island.

-, -, visitation of, by papal nuncio, 50.

-, in Scotland. See Coldingham; Dalkeith; Dumbarton; Dunbar; Dunglass; Edinburgh (Holy Trinity); Edinburgh (St. Giles); Guthrie; Lincluden; Rosslyn; St. Andrews (chapel royal of St. Mary); St. Andrews (St. Salvator); Yester.

-, in Wales. See Abergwili; St. Davids (New College of St. Mary by).

-, abroad. See Bruges; Cologne (St. George); Guérande.

-, insignia of, 138.

Commendam , grants to bishops and religious of benefices in, and dispensations to hold benefices in, 2, 4, 61, 75, 79, 84, 105, 129, 148, 156, 176, 179, 184, 192, 195, 196, 221, 237, 239, 245, 250, 275, 280, 290 (ter), 300, 305, 316, 319, 332, 340, 341, 345, 373, 376, 377, 385, 412, 413, 419, 423, 434, 437, 439, 447, 451, 476 (bis), 479, 480, 484, 491, 513, 529, 555, 572, 592, 593, 604, 605, 621, 629, 630, 651, 654, 656, 664, 709, 717, 725, 749, 750, 756, 757 (bis), 760, 761, 763, 796, 798, 810, 811, 830, 834, 837, 838, 841, 842, 857.

-, divine worship neglected as a result of, 345.

-, cure of souls neglected as a result of, 412.

-, resignation of benefices held in, 17, 19, 58, 136.

-, revocation of grants in, 158, 161, 257, 318, 567.

Commendatio animarum , daily saying of, in a chantry, 265.

Commendation as bishop by cathedral chapter, 40.

Commensal chaplain, of Margaret Queen of Scots. See Cant, John.

Commissary, of the pope, to preach the jubilee in Wales. See Giglis, John de.

Concubinage, by religious, 75, 86, 352, 436.

-, by secular clergy, 35, 86, 361, 372, 677, 770, 849.

-, deprivation ipso facto for, 394.

-, dispensation from publication of banns of marriage, where parties have lived for years in, 524.

Confession, to the rector of parish at Easter, duty of, 262.

Confessions, faculties to hear, and licences to appoint priests to hear, etc., 8, 117, 158, 198, 219, 245, 254, 273, 448, 469, 481, 615, 697, 726.

-, neglect of clergy to hear, 553, 578.

Confessor, of James king of Scots, 237. See also Mure, John.

-, of Margaret Duchess of Burgundy, 218. See also Camell, Robert.

-, of the Order of the Garter, to be appointed by the king, faculties for, 247.

Confessor general, of the monastery of Syon, 789.

Confessors, to hear confessions, grant absolutions etc., indults to choose:—

(i) for clergy and religious, 107, 159, 200, 204, 218, 260, 380 (bis), 381 (bis), 548 (5), 550 (ter), 646, 803, 821, 822, 847.

(ii) for lay persons, 212, 218, 238, 239, 249, 260, 379, 380 (bis), 381 (5), 548, 549 (bis), 550 (bis), 551 (bis), 646, 822, 823 (bis).

Confraternity, or gild of St. Mary in the church of St. Botulph, Boston, renewal of indults to, 469.

Consistorial advocate. See Castello, Nicholas Manni de.

Consistory, papal, matter to be set before, 165, 555, 593.

Constable, of the episcopal palace or castle of Spynie, papal confirmation of appointment of, 818.

Constitutions, legatine, of Otto and Ottobon, 200, 296, 325, 383, 428, 447, 596, 640.

-, papal, of Benedict XII, concerning abstinence, 288.

-, -, of John XXII, concerning pluralism (Execrabilis). See Reservations.

-, -, concerning simony. See Simony.

-, -, forbidding trial of ecclesiastics before secular judges in England and Wales, 506.

- See also Benedict XII; Boniface VIII; Eugene IV; John XXII; Martin V; Paul II; Pius II.

-, of the church of Wells, 445.

-, provincial, 560.

-, provincial, of Canterbury, 447, 648, 727, 851.

-, provincial, of England, 611.

Contempt of the keys. See Irregularity.

Corrodies, 107, 804.

Corruption. See Bribery.

Council, Fourth Lateran General, 262, 276.

-, Third Lateran General. See Benefices, lapse of collation of.

Councillor, of Edward IV. See Thwaites, Thomas.

-, of James king of Scots (not named), 276.

-, of Richard III. See Beverley, William.

Cruciferi . See Crutched Friars.

Cruciferi cum Stella , house of the order of. See St. Germains.

Cruciferi of Jerusalem, house of the order of. See St. Johns, co. Roscommon.

Cruciferi, Order of St. Mary of the, houses of. See Dublin; Limerick; Ospringe.

Crutched Friars, houses or hospitals of. See Athy; Gloucester; London, religious houses; Oxford.

Crusade, alms, offerings, contributions for, 159, 198, 199, 203, 204, 208, 213, 254, 255.

-, preaching of, 159, 160, 204.

-, vows to go on, 198.

-, vows of pilgrimage, commuted for contribution to, 102.

Culdees, Coledei, Colidei, Colledei, Kyllidei. See Armagh; Londonderry.

Cure of Souls, exercise of by vicar or deputy, 209, 225, 408, 704.

-, in hospital, 707.

-, indult not to be compelled to exercise, 408.

-, neglect of 412, 437, 664.

Custodia Reliquiarum Sancti Arlathei , perpetual vicarage so called, 653.

Custody of the head of St. Chad, 265.

D

Datary, papal, sum of money for the crusade paid to, 102.

Dean, appeal of, against the judgement of archbishop's court, 463.

-, benefactions of, 269.

-, hindered in the exercise of customary jurisdiction, 453.

-, subjects of, incited to withdraw from obedience to, 463.

Debt, action for before official of chapter, sede vacante, 405.

-, appeal against condemnation for, 711, 853.

-, incurred by archbishop to be borne by his successors, 261.

-, penalties for non-payment of, 261, 262.

Dedications:—

All Hallows. See London: parochial churches (ter).

All Saints. See Beckingham; Besseleigh; Darfield; Didcot; Dublin (Augustinian priory); Evesham; Gedling; Hethel; Icklesham; Ilsley, West; Letchworth; London, parochial churches (chantry in St. Andrew in the Wardrobe); Molton, North; Rennes; Rettendon; St. Ives; Stamford; Tilney All Saints; York, parish churches; unnamed parish church in the diocese of Killaloe (p. 830). See also SS. Mary and Catherine and All Saints infra.

Christchurch. See Dublin (Augustinian priory); London, religious houses.

Corpus Christi and the Blessed Mary. See Cambridge.

God and St. Mary the Virgin. See Lasswade.

Holy Cross. See Blantyre; Canterbury (parish church); Crediton; Holycross; Kilcooly; Limerick (Augustinian hospital); Peebles; Tracton; Waltham.

Holy Cross alias SS. Mary and Edward the king and martyr. See Limerick.

Holy Cross or Temple (Holy Cross in the Temple). See Bristol.

Holy Cross and St. Augustine. See Chichester.

Holy Ghost. See London, St. Paul's cathedral.

Holy Innocents. See Adisham.

Holyrood (Sancta Crux). See Edinburgh; Stirling.

Holy Trinity. See Annaghdown; Ayr; Ballintober; Bisham; Caistor next Yarmouth; Chester; Cork; Coventry; Dartford; Dromin; Edinburgh; Ipswich; Kirkham Priory; Lenton; Lezayre; Lough Key; Lough Oughter; Luncarty; Norwich; Rothwell; Skreen; Tuam; Waterford; Woodburn; York.

Holy Trinity and SS. Peter and Paul. See Westbury on Trym.

Holy Trinity and S. Thomas the Martyr. See Rome.

Jesus of Bethlehem. See Sheen.

Lord Jesus Christ and St. Anne. See SS. Saviour and Anne infra.

Mother of God. See London, religious houses.

Mother of God and SS. George the Martyr and Edward the Confessor. See St. Mary the Virgin and SS. George the Martyr and Edward the Confessor infra.

Name of Jesus and St. Anne. See SS. Saviour and Anne infra.

Our Lord, St. Mary the Virgin and St. Alkilda. See Middleham.

Prince of the Apostles. See Rome.

Resurrection of Our Lord Jesus Christ. See Calais.

St. Agatha. See Easby; York.

St. Alban. See St. Albans.

Sanctus Albinus. See Guérande.

St. Alexander. See Lucca.

St. Alkilda. See Our Lord, St. Mary the Virgin and St. Alkilda.

St. Anastasius. See Rome.

St. Andrew. See Ampthill; Chippenham; Fontwell Magna; Hertford; Hexham; London, parochial churches; Northampton; Norwich; Rome; St. Andrews; York.

St. Anne. See SS. Saviour and Anne infra.

St. Antholin. See London, parochial churches.

St. Anthony. See Leith; London, religious houses; Rouen; Saint-Antoine-de-Viennois.

St. Aubin. See Guérande.

St. Augustine. See Binelly; Bristol; Canterbury; Heanton Punchardon; Innisfallen. See also Holy Cross and St. Augustine and SS. Peter and Paul and St. Augustine infra.

St. Bartholomew. See Aldbrough; Gloucester; London, monastic houses; Stanton.

St. Baya the Virgin. See Dunbar.

St. Benedict. See Cambridge (Seynt Benettis College); Comber (usually St. Mary); St. Benet Hulme.

St. Benignus. See Meare.

St. Blaise. See Lichfield.

St. Borganus. See St. Broganus infra.

St. Botolph. See Boston; Cambridge; Colchester; London, parochial churches. See also SS. Mary and Botulph infra.

St. Brandan. See Ballynakill; Cross.

St. Brevtta, St. Breveta. See Lanlivery.

St. Bride (Sancta Brigida). See Abernethy; Inverchaolain. See also St. Saviour and SS. Mary the Virgin and Bridget infra.

St. Broganus, St. Borganus. See Mothel. See also SS. Coanus and Broganus infra.

St. Brynach (Sanctus Bernachus) the Abbot. See Dinas.

St. Buryan the Virgin. See St. Buryan.

St. Calinus. See Fenagh.

SS. Cancius, Cancianus, Cancianilla and Protus. See Krainburg.

St. Canice (St. Rinicus). See Aghaboe.

St. Catherine. See Aughrim, co. Galway; Bertramshotts; Beverley; Lincoln; Salisbury; Salisbury (chantry in the churchyard of St. Edmund); Waterford. See also SS. Mary and Catherine and All Saints infra.

St. Chad (Sanctus Cedda). See Shrewsbury.

Sanctus Chieranus. See St. Kieran.

SS. Choanus and Broganus. See SS. Coanus and Broganus infra.

St. Christopher. See St. Mary the Virgin and SS. James the Apostle and Christopher infra.

SS. Chuanus and Broganus. See SS. Coanus and Broganus infra.

St. Ciriac, St. Cyriac. See Cardinal priests; Coychurch.

SS. Ciricus and Julita. See Swaffham Prior.

St. Clement. See Cambridge; Cardinal priests; Thorington.

SS. Coanus, Choanus, Chuanus, and Broganus. See Mothel.

St. Colman. See Clonallan; Myshall; Templeshanbo.

St. Colmocus. See Inchmahone.

St. Columba. See Clonmore; Inistioge; Londonderry; Oransay; Skreen.

St. Coman alias St. Mary. See Roscommon.

St. Cominus. See Benachumbi.

St. Conaldus. See Tullagh.

St. Congall, St. Congallus. See Bangor, co. Down; Galloon.

St. Cross. See Hildesheim; Limerick.

-, Cf. Holyrood supra.

St. Cuthbert. See Durham.

St. Cyriac. See St. Ciriac supra.

St. David. See Hubberston; Swansea.

St. Denis. See Northmoor; York.

St. Dionis. See London, parochial churches.

St. Donatianus. See Bruges.

St. Ebbe. See Oxford.

St. Edburga. See Pershore.

St. Edmund King and Martyr. See Athassel; Bury St. Edmunds; Cashel; London, parochial churches; Salisbury; Stoulton; Stowe, co. Salop.

St. Edward the Confessor. See St. Mary the Virgin and SS. George the Martyr and Edward the Confessor infra.

St. Edward the Confessor (St. Eruardus) alias St. Mary. See Balmerino.

St. Edward King and Martyr. See Limerick.

St. Edward the Martyr. See SS. Mary and Edward the Martyr infra.

St. Elisabeth. See Winchester.

St. Eruardus. See St. Edward the Confessor supra.

St. Ethelfleda. See St. Mary the Virgin and St. Ethelfleda infra.

St. Eusebius. See Cardinal priests.

St. Eustachius. See Rome.

St. Feighin. See SS. Taurin and Feighin infra.

St. Felimy. See Kilmore.

SS. Feynus and Taurinus. See SS. Taurin and Feighin infra.

St. Finlinus. See Bordwell.

St. Fintanus. See Durrow.

St. Francis. See Dumfries.

St. Frediga. See Cloone.

St. Fyncheanus. See Kilfinichen.

St. George. See Benenden; Cardinal deacons; Cologne; Dunbulloge; Dunster; Hinton St. George; Stamford; Winchester; Windsor. See also St. Mary the Virgin and SS. George the Martyr and Edward the Confessor infra.

St. Geraldus. See Mayo.

St. Germain. See St. Germains.

St. Germanus. See Culsalmond.

SS. Gervasius and Prothasius. See Sées.

St. Gilbert. See Sempringham.

St. Giles. See Chalfont St. Giles; Cheshunt; Edinburgh; Hooke; Malvern, Little; Moray; Standlake; Winchelsea; Wormshill.

St. Glubiacus. See St. Gluvias.

St. Gonandus. See Roche.

St. Gregory. See Canterbury.

St. Guthlac. See Eyton.

St. Hermès (Sancti Hermetis, Sancti Hermitis). See Renaix.

St. Hilary. See Llaneilian.

St. James. See Adare; Buckenham, Old; Claregalway; Clerkenwell; Grimsby, Great; Northampton; Warter.

St. James the Apostle. See Lindsey, co. Suffolk; London, parochial churches; Tremhall. See also St. Mary the Virgin and SS. James the Apostle and Christopher infra.

St. James the Greater. See Southrepps.

St. John. See Abernethy; Ayr; Berwick St. John; Beverley; Cranfield; Dublin; Gloucester; Kilkenny; Sherborne St. John.

St. John the Baptist. See Bedford; Bodmin; Bridgewater; Chichester; Colerne; Connor; Corstorphine; Dublin; Fethard; Glastonbury; Gloucester; Godstow; Kilkenny West; Langham; Lechlade; Leicester; Llanthony Prima; London, parochial churches (altar in churchyard of St. Mary Aldermary); Morwenstow; Nenagh; Newtownclonbun; St. Johns, co. Roscommon; Stamford; Stanton, co. Suffolk; Wells; Wickam West. See also St. Mary the Virgin and St. John the Baptist infra.

SS. John the Baptist and John the Evangelist. See Oxford.

St. John the Baptist or Evangelist. See Galliate.

St. John the Evangelist. See Abernethy; Cambridge; Carmarthen; Cork (Gill Abbey); Enniscorthy; Kilkenny; Pontefract; St. Johns, co. Wexford; Slimbridge; Torphichen; Tuam; Waterford; Wicken. See also St. Mary alias St. John the Evangelist and SS. Mary and St. John the Evangelist infra.

SS. John and Reparata. See Lucca.

St. Julita. See SS. Ciricus and Julita supra.

St. Kentigern. See St. Mungo alias St. Kentigern infra.

St. Kieran, Sanctus Chieranus, St. Keranus. See Seirkieran.

St. Katherine. See London, religious houses.

St. Lefanus. See Nohoval.

St. Laserianus. See Devenish.

St. Laurence. See Dingwall; Hungerford; Lydeard St. Laurence; Reading; Romsey; Tilney St. Laurence.

St. Leonard. See Colchester; Dundalk; Edinburgh; Hastings; London, parochial churches; Wilton West.

St. Leonard alias St. Peter. See York.

St. Mancheanus. See Mohill.

St. Margaret. See Burgh St. Margaret; Dunfermline; London, parochial churches; Lowestoft.

St. Martial. See Newsham.

St. Martin. See Brasted; Exeter Kingsbury Episcopi; London, collegiate churches; Sées; Stamford; Wells; Whitehern.

St. Mary. See Abbeygormacan; Abergwili; Abingdon; Abington, co. Tipperary; Aghmacart; Alba; Alnwick; Anglesey, co. Cambridge; Annaghdown; Antwer; Ashen; Assaroe; Assisi; Aughris; Ballymartin; Ballymore; Ballysadare; Balmerino; Beaumaris; Benfleet, South; Benholm; Bindon; Binham; Bordesley; Boston; Bothwell; Boxley; Bridgetown; Bridlington; Bruern; Bruton; Burnham, Deepdale; Butley; Cahir; Calais; Callan; Cambuskenneth; Canon Island; Cardinal deacons; Carrigilihy; Charlinch; Cleeve; Clerkenwell; Clogher; Clonfert; Clontuskert; Coggeshall; Combermere; Cong; Conway; Concomroe; Cottesback; Coventry; Coxford; Darley; Deer, Old; Denver; Dereham, West; Derrane; Devenish; Drogheda; Drumlane; Dryburgh; Dublin (Cistercian Abbey); Dumbarton; Dumfries; Dungiven; Dunstable; Durrow; Easter, High; Eastrop; Erfurt; Eton; Everdon; Ewelme; Feltwell; Fermoy; Ferns; Flitcham; Feuchtwangen; Forgandennys; Fountains; Galway; Garendon; Glascarrig; Glastonbury; Grafton Regis; Granard; Greatconnell; Hamburg; Hampstead; Hemingbrough; Hendon; Hore Abbey; Hornsey; Inchmacnerin; Inishlounaght; Inniscronane; Innisfallen; Jerpoint; Jervaulx; Kells, co. Kilkenny; Kells, co. Meath; Kelso; Kettlebaston; Kilbeggan; Kilcooly; Killagh; Kilmacduagh; Kilmocomoge; Kilmore-na-Sina; Kilcronan; Kilshanny; Kinloss; Kirkstead; Knockmoy; Lanthony; Lasswade; Leichester; Leix; Letheringham; Lilleshall; Lindores; Llanblethian; Llansaintfraed; London, religious houses; London, parochial churches; London (chapel in All Hallows, Barking); Longford, co. Salop; Lorrha; Louth, co. Louth; Louth Park; Macosquin; Merton; Meux; Middleton; Mohill; Monaincha; Monasteranenagh; Monasterevan; Morley; Muckamore; Mullingar; Newbattle; Newbo; Newcastle, co. Tipperary; Newry; Newstead; Northill; Oakley, Little; O'Dorney; Osney; Ottery St. Mary; Pill; Pipewell; Plumpton; Potterne; Quarr; Rathcooney; Rathkeale; Ravenstone; Rickinghall Superior; Robertsbridge; Roding, White; Rome, churches (quater); Rome, religious houses; Rome (chapel in Cistercian monastery of St. Anastasius); Roscommon; Ross (Ireland); Rushen; St. Andrews; St. Davids; St. Marys Shandon; Salehurst; Saul; Sawtry; Scattery Island; Seirkieran; Shenley, co. Bucks; Sherborne; Somerleytown; Southwell; Spaxton; Stamford; Stapleford Tawney; Steeple Ashton; Studley; Swineshead; Tedburn; Templeport; Tewkesbury; Thame; Thaxted; Thetford; Trim; Tristernagh; Tupholme; Vercelli; Warden; Waverley; Welnetham, Great; Wexford; Willesden; Wilton; Winchelsea; Winchester; Wingham; Woodburn; Worcester; Wymondham; Yhondonayn; York. See also St. Coman alias St. Mary and St. Edward the Confessor alias St. Mary supra; St. Tierny alias St. Mary infra.

St. Mary alias St. John the Evangelist. See Cork (Gill Abbey).

SS. Mary and Botolph. See Thorney.

SS. Mary and Catherine and All Saints. See Edington.

SS. Mary and Edward the King and Martyr. See Limerick.

SS. Mary and John the Baptist. See Durford; Godstow.

SS. Mary and John the Evangelist, See Cork (Gill Abbey); Litchfield.

SS. Mary and Michael the Archangel. See Malvern, Great.

SS. Mary and Nicholas. See Leeds, co. Kent.

SS. Mary and Petroc. See Bodmin.

SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr. See Foulness; Hagnaby; Lesnes; Southwark.

St. Mary recte St. Margaret. See St. Margaret at Cliffe.

St. Mary of Consolation. See Lasswade (poor hospital).

St. Mary the Virgin. See Amesbury; Arbroath; Beachampton; Beaulieu; Butley; Caher; Cardiff; Chichester; Coventry; Dunglass; Inishannon; London, religious houses; Monasterevan; Moray; Ospringe; Romsey; Ross (Ireland); St. Andrews; Selborne; Wendling; Westminster (chapel of la Pewe); Whiteherne; Wilberfoss; Withersfield. See also Corpus Christi and the Blessed Mary; God and St. Mary the Virgin; Our Lord, St. Mary the Virgin and St. Alkilda supra; and St. Saviour and SS. Mary the Virgin and Bridget infra.

St. Mary the Virgin and St. Ethelfleda. See Romsey.

St. Mary the Virgin and SS. George the Martyr and Edward the Confessor. See Windsor.

St. Mary the Virgin and SS. James the Apostle and Christopher. See Wyboston.

St. Mary the Virgin and St. John the Baptist. See Dunglass; Thaxted (guild).

St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Stephen the Protomartyr and Edward the Confessor. See Westminster.

St. Mary the Virgin, Assumption of. See Tewkesbury.

St. Mary Magdalen. See Kilmurry; Kingston on Thames; Lincoln; Mawdelenys hospital; Monk Bretton; Oxford; Shap; Taunton.

St. Matthew. See Ipswich; Rosslyn.

St. Medocius. See Templeport.

St. Michael. See Appleby; Ballinskelligs; Benacre; Bradden; Brantham; Chagford; Cheriton Bishop; Coventry; Eastington; Eaton Bishop; Guernsey; Kingston upon Hull; London, parochial churches; Marwood; Maxstoke; Mayo; Mont Saint Michel; Oxford; Rushmere; Stamford; Stanton, Long; Steventon; Torrington, Great; Wiston. See also SS. Mary and Michael the Archangel supra.

St. Mildred. See Tenterden.

St. Mirren, Sancti Merini, Murini. See Paisley.

St. Monan Sancti Monani. See Abercrombie.

St. Munchin, Sancti Monchini. See Limerick.

St. Mungo, Sancti Mungonis, alias St. Kentigern. See Crosthwaite.

St. Muyllhanuha. See Molana.

St. Nicholas. See Aberdeen; Ashill; Brandiston; Calais; Chew Stoke; Dalkeith; Galway; Kirk Ireton; Peopleton; Rochester; Salisbury; Stendal; Worcester. See also SS. Mary and Nicholas supra.

St. Ninian. See Whiteherne.

St. Olave. See Exeter; London, parochial churches; Southwark.

St. Omer. See St. Omer.

St. Osith, Virgin and Martyr. See St. Osyth.

St. Oswald. See Durham; Nostell Rockhampton. See also SS. Peter and Paul and St. Oswald the Martyr infra.

St. Pancras. See Lewes.

St. Patrick. See Ballintemple; Brompton Patrick; Downpatrick; Dublin; Holmpatrick; Kiltubbrid; Trim.

St. Patroclus. See Soést.

St. Paul. See Canterbury; London, cathedral church; Malmesbury. See also Holy Trinity and SS. Peter and Paul supra; SS. Peter and Paul; SS. Peter and Paul and St. Augustine; SS. Peter and Paul and St. Oswald the Martyr infra.

St. Peter. See Abbeyderg; Armagh; Brompton Patrick; Buckland Tout Saints; Bury St. Edmunds; Chalfont St. Peter; Clonard; Eye; Ghent; Gloucester; Guînes; Hereford; Lille; Lincoln; Lincoln Cathedral (chantership in); Markby; Newtown; Norwich; Pimperne; Restennet; Rhodes; Rome; Rudham, West; Sandwich; Shrewsbury; Stamford; Westminster. See also Holy Trinity and SS. Peter and Paul and St. Leonard alias St. Peter supra.

St. Peter ad Vincula. See Rome.

SS. Peter and Paul. See Abington, co. Northampton; Armagh; Athlone; Clare; Clones; Darenth; Paignton; Rattoo; Stokesley; Taunton; Upwell; Weobley; Yarborough.

SS. Peter and Paul and St. Augustine. See Canterbury.

SS. Peter and Paul and St. Oswald the Martyr. See Bardney.

St. Petroc. See Bodmin. See also SS. Mary and Petroc supra.

St. Prothasius. See SS. Gervasius and Prothasius.

St. Protus (Prothus). See SS. Cancius, Cancianus, Cancianilla and Protus supra.

St. Reparata. See SS. John and Reparata supra.

St. Rinicus (recte St. Kinicus i.e. St. Canice). See Aghaboo.

St. Romandus. See Aghalurcher.

St. Romanus. See Invermore.

St. Rumwoldus. See Middleton Stoney.

St. Sampson. See Milton Abbas.

St. Salvator. See St. Andrews.

St. Saviour. See Bermondsey; York (altar in cathedral).

SS. Saviour and Anne. See Lichfield.

St. Saviour and SS. Mary the Virgin and Bridget. See Syon.

St. Senan. See Scattery Island.

St. Sixtus. See Cardinal priests; Rome (San Sisto).

St. Stephen, St. Stephen the Protomartyr. See Wells; Westminster.

St. Swithin, Sancti Swythynny. See Swanbourne; Winchester, parochial church.

St. Tachmurca. See Kiltoghert.

St. Tathana. See St. Athan.

St. Taurin. See Evreux.

SS. Taurin and Feighin, SS. Feynus and Taurinus. See Fore.

St. Theodore. See Cardinal deacons.

St. Thomas the Martyr, St. Thomas of Canterbury. See Arbroath; Athy; Ballybeg; Dublin, monastic houses; Dumfries; Glasgow; Renfrew; Rome (basilica of the Twelve Apostles); Rouen; Stafford; Vercelli; Winchelsea. See also Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr and SS. Mary and Thomas the Martyr supra.

St. Tierny, Sanctus Tigernacius. See Aghmacart.

St. Tierny alias St. Mary. See Aghmacart.

St. Trenanus. See Cilktrenan.

St. Vedast. See London, parochial churches.

St. Werberg. See Chester.

Twelve Apostles. See Rome.

Defamation, actions for, 307, 358, 777, 780, 784, 851.

-, as ground for deprivation of chaplain, 265.

-, public notary accused of, 463.

-, vicar who admonished parishioner, charged with, 705.

-, woman accused of, excommunicated and imprisoned, 727.

Defects, physical, dispensations to be promoted to orders and hold benefices despite blindness, 224.

blindness in one eye, 237, 238.

deformity in left shoulder, arm and hand, 20.

loss of an eye, 45.

shrunken arm and shoulder, 409.

spot in left eye, 403.

Degrees:—

Arts, bachelor of, 425, 829.

-, licentiate in, 649.

-, master of, 71, 83, 84, 160, 211 (bis), 212, 221, 223, 239, 240, 272, 276 (bis), 280, 296, 299, 301 (bis), 303, 306 (bis), 315, 316, 317 (bis), 319, 321 (bis), 329, 333, 335 (bis), 339 (bis), 340, 343, 349, 355, 364 (bis), 365, 370, 371, 384 (bis), 396, 397 (bis), 402, 409, 433, 459 (bis), 462, 466 (bis), 470 (bis), 472, 487, 490, 495 (bis), 496, 499, 506, 512, 516, 518, 523, 530, 542, 556, 557 (bis), 564, 565, 568, 569, 573, 585 (bis), 590, 593, 594 (bis), 599, 600, 608, 616 (bis), 627 (bis), 633, 634, 638, 643, 645, 649 (bis), 650, 660, 662, 682, 683, 695, 697, 704, 706 (bis), 709, 710, 712, 713 (4), 726 (bis), 727, 728, 733, 734, 748 (bis), 752, 763, 771, 779, 781, 783, 785 (bis), 790, 792, 796 (bis), 799, 801, 802, 803, 806, 807 (bis), 809, 811, 817 (bis), 827, 833, 838, 843, 845 (bis), 846, 851, 853, 854, 860, 861, 864.

Law, canon (in decretis), bachelor of, 37, 40, 55, 71, 72 (bis), 83, 84, 140, 162, 174, 208, 210, 223, 237, 280, 300 (bis), 364 (bis), 380, 386, 396, 397, 405 (bis), 408, 417, 424, 461, 469, 484 (bis), 485, 487, 490 (bis), 493, 495, 516, 524, 543, 559, 560, 562, 564, 566, 570, 580, 589, 595, 599, 617, 623, 625, 627, 629, 638, 641, 649, 677, 687, 698, 713, 726, 727, 728, 737, 746, 747 (bis), 749 (bis), 752, 778, 787, 789, 791, 797, 798, 800, 807 (bis), 808, 814, 815, 831 (bis), 832, 850, 860, 861, 863 (bis).

-, -, doctor of, 45, 61, 210, 212, 222, 238, 242, 245, 246, 331, 347, 363, 511, 522, 526, 562, 572, 596, 657, 697, 728, 775, 776, 795, 820.

-, -, licentiate in, 68, 172, 209, 218, 304, 386, 489, 586, 711, 743, 744.

-, civil, bachelor of, 37.

-, -, licentiate in, 68, 243–4. See also Laws.

Laws (in legibus, legum), bachelor of, 317, 417, 426, 486, 488, 489, 517, 543, 556, 571, 589, 590, 596, 626, 634, 648, 669, 677, 683, 695, 708, 709 (bis), 710 (bis), 730, 737, 750, 785, 787 (bis), 814, 823.

-, doctor of, 97, 418, 449, 464, 540, 548, 569, 657, 696, 725, 791, 829.

-, licentiate in, 409, 753, 785.

-, both (utriusque iuris), bachelor of, 144, 155, 281, 306 (bis), 316, 386, 425 (bis), 493, 499, 569, 571, 611, 618, 648, 724, 747, 748 (bis), 779, 781, 787, 792, 795, 809, 830, 831, 845, 851, 851 (bis), 854.

-, -, doctor of, 97, 160, 211, 300, 851.

Medicine, bachelor of, 272.

-, licentiate in, 316.

-, master of, 305.

Theology, bachelor of, 141, 214, 409, 434, 449, 492, 541, 572, 613, 630, 643, 707, 709, 744, 747, 779, 800, 838, 839.

-, lector in, 791.

-, licentiate in, 135, 448.

-, master of, 50, 80 (bis), 209, 210, 220, 223, 321 (bis), 405, 484, 489, 499, 543 (bis), 548, 549, 558, 565, 571, 582, 620, 637, 680, 727, 790, 802 (bis), 808, 862.

-, professor of, 217, 836.

Denization, letters of, 242, 242 note.

Deprivation and removal from benefices, secular and regular:—

by authority of the ordinary or metropolitan, 13, 14, 38, 40, 98, 129, 277, 302, 352, 353, 402, 452, 555, 588, 804.

by papal authority, 5, 6, 11 (ter), 12 (bis), 17, 19 (bis), 29, 30, 35, 36, 43, 44, 45, 47, 48 (bis), 50, 52, 54, 57, 58, 61 (bis), 65, 66, 73, 74 (bis), 75, 76, 78, 81, 82, 83, 86, 89 (ter), 92, 93 (bis), 95, 96, 98, 99, 100, 102, 109, 111 (bis), 112, 113, 122, 123, 124, 125, 126, 127 (bis), 130, 131 (bis), 134, 140, 141, 144 (bis), 145, 147, 149, 150, 152 (bis), 153, 154, 155 (bis), 162, 164 (bis), 166, 171, 172 (bis), 173 (bis), 174 (bis), 176 (bis), 179 (ter), 180, 183, 184 (bis), 189, 190, 194, 196, 251, 257, 265, 277, 285 (bis), 287, 290, 297, 301, 302, 303 (bis), 318, 323, 324, 326, 327, 334, 336, 338, 340, 342, 343, 344, 345, 347, 348, 349, 350 (bis), 351, 354, 356, 376, 377, 387 (bis), 388, 389, 390, 392, 393, 394, 396, 397, 399, 400, 402, 403, 412, 414, 417, 420, 421, 422, 423, 430, 433, 434, 435 (bis), 452, 460, 475, 476 (bis), 477, 478, 509, 510, 511, 516, 519, 534, 539, 569, 574, 575, 576, 578, 595, 601, 602, 603, 604, 606, 612, 614, 619 (bis), 621, 622 (bis), 629, 651, 652, 653, 654, 656, 658, 659, 664, 666, 674, 681, 682, 685, 696, 699 (bis), 700, 701, 718, 719 (quarter), 722, 724, 731, 739 (ter), 740 (bis), 741 (ter), 742, 755, 756 (bis), 757 (bis), 758, 760 (bis), 762, 764, 765, 767, 770, 772, 773, 774, 775, 810 (bis), 814, 815, 816, 834, 835, 839, 841, 843, 849, 855.

-, by a papal collector, 723, 758, 795.

-, papal letters of, seized, 402.

See also Dilapidation; Concubinage; Forgery; Simony.

Dilapidation and alienation etc. of benefices, a ground for deprivation:—

by religious, 5, 132, 146, 155, 175, 195, 352, 353, 356, 374, 375, 395, 413, 436, 508, 521, 526, 529, 531, 532, 537, 538, 603, 754.

by secular clergy, 11, 45, 82 (bis), 99, 140, 141, 151, 160, 166, 285, 297, 326, 353, 361, 373, 393 (bis), 422, 424, 440, 454, 477, 538, 583, 652, 658, 702, 730, 841.

Dimissorial letters, 537, 588.

Dirige, 265, 267, 268.

Diseases:—

leprosy, 150.

measles, 224.

plague, 279.

Divorce, 106, 525, 528, 628. See also Marriage, nullity of; Marriage, validity of.

Dominican Friars. See Friars Preachers.

Donsel, 503, 611.

Dormitory, priests who serve chapel, to sleep in, 363.

E

Earthquake, damage done by, to the barracks of the Knights Hospitallers at Rhodes, 177.

Easter confession, 262.

Edict, faculty to make monitions and citations by, as if personally served, 583.

Election of abbot and canons, admission to monastery only by, 800.

Election of prior, in itself an insufficient title to possession, 324.

-, by a resigning prior, invalid, 369.

Elections, canonical:—

by cathedral chapters, of bishops, 40, 276.

-, of administrator, indult for, 274.

-, of dean, 74, 312.

by convents, of abbots, abbesses, priors etc., 14, 18 (bis), 23, 32, 46, 51, 94, 170, 192, 207, 431, 508, 554, 555, 635, 716, 853.

-, doubtful validity of, 13, 51, 94, 125, 139, 165, 168, 169, 171, 173, 431, 439, 519, 554, 716.

Elections, confirmation of, by the ordinary, 51, 170, 171, 173, 207, 312, 403, 414, 508, 519, 554, 555, 656, 716, 812.

-, -, fees paid for according to custom, 508.

-, -, refusal of, 46, 238, 431, 853.

-, -, in ignorance of reservation set before consistory, 554, 555, 656, 812.

-, confirmation of by the pope, indult dispensing with, 192, 201, 202.

-, inhibition to archbishop from confirming, 277.

English, Henry venerable king of the, and duke of the Normans, grant by, 400.

-, hospital of the. See Rome.

-, king of the. See St. Edward the Confessor.

-, raid on Trinitarian Friars' house of Berwick-on-Tweed by the, 491.

-, rule of the, in Innishannon east of the Bandon river, 429.

-, wars between the French and the, 3, 365.

English clergy, employment of in non-English affairs, 793 note.

English language, not understood by Nicholas O'Hennessy, bishop of Waterford and Lismore, 119.

English lingua , of the Knights Hospitallers at Rhodes, 117, 177.

Englishmen, dispensations for pluralities granted liberally to, 38.

-, one of the minor penitentiaries to be from among, 207.

English money. See Money.

English nation, minor penitentiary for, 210.

Envoy of archbishop to bring the pallium , 505.

Erection, of cathedral into metropolitan church, 203.

-, of canonries and prebends, 48, 52, 68, 460, 467, 475, 575, 590, 599, 602, 606, 673, 701, 753, 755, 769, 841.

-, of chapel, 578.

-, of chapel into parish church, 862–3.

-, of colleges and collegiate churches, 19, 103, 114, 751, 816.

-, of parishes, 429, 490.

-, of perpetual vicarages, 844, 857.

-, of poor hospital, licence for, 68.

-, of succentorship, 628.

Espousals, dispensation to contract, 220, 286, 635, 687–693.

-, canonical process of granting dispensation to contract, exemplification of in full, 687–693.

Esquire of papal household, 209.

Exceptions declinatory or against jurisdiction of judge delegate, 314, 328.

Exchange of benefices. See Benefices.

Excommunication, 43, 44, 57, 60, 76 (bis), 82, 92, 120, 123, 163, 187, 189, 226, 234, 285, 298, 313, 326, 349, 360, 366, 371, 389, 390, 395, 403, 412, 418, 420, 436, 441, 477, 478, 497, 504, 566, 605, 607, 622, 653, 663, 674, 682, 714, 727, 759 (bis), 843, 848, 849, 855, 858.

-, absolution from, 28, 30 (bis), 31 (bis), 32, 55, 60, 71, 92, 98, 110, 163, 164, 226, 373, 502, 504, 554, 561, 564, 565, 586, 635, 657, 713, 727, 768, 783, 791, 797, 825, 836, 846, 847, 851, 852, 861.

-, ceremony of, 242.

-, greater, 679.

Exemption, of churches and monasteries and immediate subjection to the apostolic see, 3, 5, 18, 19, 85, 156, 157, 180, 192, 201, 290, 481, 579, 581, 599, 668, 796, 812, 813, 847, 854, 859.

-, cause of scandal, 215.

-, annulment of, 19, 81, 214, 215.

-, of daughter monastery from the jurisdiction of parent house, 3, 85, 191.

-, of monk from all service and regular observance, 573.

-, payment in token of, 192.

Extortion, 2, 276.

Extreme Unction, administration of by Mendicant friars, 262.

F

Fabric of church, revenues assigned to, 338, 450.

Faculties, abused by archbishop, revocation of, 277.

Farm, benefices belonging to religious houses granted in, 225, 346, 407, 452, 453, 454.

-, secular benefices granted in, 163, 170, 180, 186, 259, 270, 271, 346, 384, 406, 612, 620, 625.

-, tithes granted in, 259.

Farm of the waters of Dee and Done, 504.

Fasting and abstinence:—

between Septuagesima and Easter, 288.

between Septuagesima and Quinquagesima, 288, 745.

Ember seasons, 660.

in Holy Week, 249.

in Lent, 224, 249, 260, 626, 660.

on Friday, 260, 261.

-, for one year, as a condition for validity of indult, 550.

on Vigils of feasts, 660, 745.

Feast day, assignment of hearing of case to, a ground of appeal, 358.

Feast days, chaplain to be present at high mass and vespers and processions on, 265.

Feasts and holy days:—

All Saints, 97, 118, 266, 446.

All Souls, commemoration of, 498.

Ascension, 498.

Christmas, 165, 319, 347, 372, 516, 542 (bis), 545, 558, 611, 745, 845.

Corpus Christi, 117, 244.

Easter, 97, 190, 254, 255, 259, 260, 262, 264, 288, 289 note, 545, 563, 697.

Easter Monday, 778.

Epiphany, 264.

Friday in Passion week, 445.

Good Friday, 244 (bis), 448.

Holy Cross, Exaltation of, 293, 445.

-, Invention of, 118, 219, 266, 293, 445.

Holy Thursday, 232, 236.

Holy Trinity, 563, 836.

Lent, 224, 260.

-, First Sunday in, 273.

-, Second Sunday in, 158.

of Our Lady, 445.

of Our Lord, 445.

Palm Sunday, 254, 259.

Pentecost, 108. See also Whitsuntide.

Quinquagesima, 288, 289 note, 481, 745.

St. Anne, 117.

St. Benedict, 273.

St. Chad, 117.

St. Edward the Confessor, 8.

St. Francis, 836.

St. George the Martyr, 8.

St. Giles, 273.

St. James the Apostle, 778.

St. John the Baptist, Nativity of, 165, 212, 213, 216, 267, 319, 347, 372, 445, 494, 516, 542 (bis), 558, 611, 845.

St. Laurence, 445.

St. Martin (in Winter), 108, 142, 196 note, 267, 484, 506.

St. Mary the Virgin, Annunciation of, 219, 322, 445, 494, 778.

-, Assumption of, 8, 225, 240, 244 (bis), 253, 260, 445, 481, 563.

-, Nativity of, 8, 158, 244 (bis), 322, 836.

-, Purification of, 118, 332, 567 (bis).

-, visitation of, ordinance concerning the observance of, 90, 91.

St. Matthew, 558.

St. Michael the Archangel, 190, 203, 264, 446, 563.

St. Osmund the Confessor, 469.

St. Patrick, 836.

St. Peter ad Vincula, 118, 332, 567 (bis).

SS. Peter and Paul, 202, 445.

SS. Simon and Jude, 231.

St. Stephen the Protomartyr, 498.

Septuagesima, 288, 289 note, 481, 745.

Sexagesima, 481.

Whitsuntide, 142, 196 note, 273, 445, 484, 506.

Whitsun-week, Friday in, 117.

Fee, church called the church of the, 502.

-, ecclesiastical, parcel of rectory in, 576.

Fees, of episcopal mensa alienated and usurped, 584.

First Fruits, 3, 177, 338. See also Annates.

Fleshmeat, indults to eat during Lent etc., 224, 249, 260, 288, 626, 660, 745.

Floods, 273, 429, 505, 642, 693, 862.

Fontevrault, order of. See Amesbury.

Foraneus, 624.

Foreigner, privilege to, that he may acquire benefices like a native of England, 242.

Forgery, 157, 318, 723, 851, 860.

Fornication, by lay persons, 259, 503, 559.

-, by religious, 86, 175, 531, 538, 723.

-, by secular clergy, 51, 82, 112, 141, 152, 180, 297, 373, 374, 440, 477, 521, 526, 529, 664, 767.

-, impediments to marriage arising from, 559.

-, penalties for, 503, 504.

-, repudiation of accusation of, 526, 529.

Foundations:—

chantries, 264–269, 614, 615.

colleges and collegiate churches, 271, 464, 467, 557, 644.

hospital, 70.

religious houses, 42, 433, 532, 571, 573, 737, 745, 785.

succentorship, 628.

Franciscan order. See Friars Minors.

Frankalmoin, grants in, 367, 707.

Fraternities or gilds. See Boston; London (Mercers’ Company); Thaxted.

Free chapel. See Cork, Holy Trinity; Bokenfeld; Lindsey.

French, incursions of the, in the Isle of Wight, 336.

-, king of the. See Louis XII.

-, wars between the English and the, 3, 365.

Friars, mendicant, complaint of rectors of parish churches against, 262.

-, -, in England, rights of defined, 262, 264.

-, -, in Ireland, petition of for a university, 426.

Friars Minors (Franciscan Friars), belonging to houses not named, 6 (bis), 39, 57, 132, 141, 162, 250, 325, 331, 457 note, 597, 816, 845, 868 note.

-, grant of Jubilee indulgence to, limitation of abuses of, 50.

-, Ministers Provincial, custodes, guardians and friars of the seven custodies of, in England, 646.

-, houses of, in England. See Beverley; Lichfield; London.

-, -, in Ireland. See Galway; Youghal.

-, -, in Scotland. See Dumfries.

-, order of, immunities granted to, 573.

-, privileges granted to, 278 note.

-, provinces of. See England; Ireland.

-, vicar general of, in Scotland. See Lindesay, James.

Friars Minors of the Observance, or of the Regular Observance, Friars Observants, belonging to a house not named, 159.

-, habit of, 716.

-, house of. See Adare.

-, houses of, proposed. See Greenwich; Killeanbegha.

-, houses of, licence to build, in Ireland, 572, 745.

-, -, in Scotland, 785, 786.

-, privileges of, 786.

-, provinces of. See Ireland; Scotland.

-, ultramontane vicar of, 737.

Friars Minors, Third Order of. See St. Francis.

Friars Preachers, or Dominican Friars, belonging to houses not named, 41, 55, 65, 96, 150 (bis), 213, 237, 287, 288, 290, 324, 370, 388, 433, 537, 564, 609, 744. See also James, vicechancellor of the Roman Church.

-, approved after the manner of the English Province, promotion of to degrees in Dublin, 427.

-, dispensed to be priors of Augustinian priories, 287, 413.

-, habit of, 607.

-, house of in Ireland. See Glanworth.

-, house of Augustinian sisters under the care of. See Rome (San Sisto).

-, houses of in Scotland. See Abercrombie; St. Andrews.

-, institutes of, 41.

-, oratories or hospices of in Scotland, licences to erect into conventual houses, 571.

-, order of, licence to migrate from, 388.

-, -, privileges granted to, 278 note.

-, -, provinces of. See England; Ireland.

-, -, prior-provincial of the province of England of. See Payne, John.

-, -, vicar-general of, 388.

-, -, vicar-general of in Scotland, 571.

-, transfer of, to a house of Augustinian canons, 389, 607.

-, -, to a Cistercian house, 150.

-, -, to a house of Premonstratensian canons, 324.

Friars. See also Augustinian Friars; Carmelite Friars; Crutched Friars; Trinitarian Friars.

Funeral offerings, 561, 642.

G

Galterium . See Garter.

Garments, special, prescribed by founder of chapel, indult not to be bound to wear, 363.

-, worn by a regular over his habit when holding a secular benefice. See Apostacy.

Garter, Galterium, order of, chancellor of. See Beauchamp, Richard, bishop of Salisbury.

-, -, chapel of. See Windsor.

-, -, knights of, 8, 240, 246, 247, 669.

-, -, statutes of, 247.

Gilbertine order, houses of. See Chicksands Prior; Lincoln (St. Catherine); Sempringham; Watton (co. York).

Gild, licence of Edward IV to found, papal confirmation of, 781. See also Fraternity.

Gonfalnier of the troops in the pope's service, 240. See also Urbino, Frederick duke of.

Governor, rector of united parishes so styled, 336.

Granges of monastery, alienation of, 581.

Grecian, George Brava, bishop of Dromore described as a, 826.

Grey Friars. See Friars Minors.

H

Hackneys, for the use of the pope and his household, 278.

Hardwood, 293.

Heresy, faculty to grant absolution from, 2, 199.

-, indults concerning, sent to England by Pius II and Callistus III, 200.

High Mass, chantry priest to be present at, on Sundays, solemn days and greater double feasts, 265.

Holy Cross, order of. See Crutched Friars.

Holy Land, shrines of the Apostles in, 102.

Holy Sepulchre, vows of pilgrimage to, 102.

Holy Trinity, order of, claim of, to exemption from visitation by Benedictine provincials, 81.

Homicide, 49, 75, 103, 135, 147, 152, 184, 185, 279, 280, 360, 372, 373, 375, 413, 452, 467, 478, 618, 723.

Horse, seizure of in satisfaction of yearly cess, 500.

-, given in payment for collation to benefice, 302.

Hospital of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem. See St. Lazarus of Jerusalem.

Hospitality, 26, 58, 253, 286, 326, 580, 631, 650.

-, in the Irish manner, 76.

Hospitallers, of the Order of St. John of Jerusalem, bajuliva of. See Cantavieja.

-, benefices in presentation of, 439, 454.

-, brothers of. See Blanchefort, Guy de; Bourgh, John; Daunay, William; Dyluyn, Hobartus; Fitzherbert, Walter; Heredia, Peter Fernandi de; Kendal, John; Keating, John; Langstrothier, John; Lawless, Robert; Lomellei, Marmaduke; Pot, Reynerius; Schaff, Miles; Tournay, William; Weston, John.

-, bulls concerning, 223 note, 256 note.

-, chapter general of, 254.

-, -, statutes of, confirmed, 256 note.

-, convent of. See Rhodes.

-, -, letters of, exemplified, 130, 255.

-, defence of Rhodes by, 177, 259.

-, English lingua of, 177.

-, master of, 216, 255, 346. See also Daubusson, Peter; Ursinis, Baptista de.

-, master and convent of, appointment of commission by, 103.

-, -, deprivation by, 130, 216.

-, -, orator of to the pope. See Kendall, John.

-, preceptories of, in England. See Balsall; Clerkenwell; Halston; Melchbourne Newland; Ossington; Peckham, West; Quenington; Rodmersham; Stalisfield; Temple Combe; Willoughton; Winkburn.

-, -, in Ireland. See Dublin; Kilkenny West; Kilmainham; Knockainy; St. Johns.

-, -, in Scotland. See Torphichen.

-, -, in France. See Chalonssur-Marne; Morterolles.

-, priories of. See Almain; Castile and Leon; Champagne; England; France; Ireland; Italy.

-, procurator of, at Rome, 254.

-, sequestrator of, in England, 216.

-, turcopolier of. See Kendall, John; Weston, John.

Hospitals, Augustinian. See Augustinian Hospitals.

-, poor, in England. See Chichester (St. Mary the Virgin); Leicester; Stamford (Claymonte); York (St. Leonard alias St. Peter).

-, -, in Scotland. See Bertramshotts; Dunglass; Edinburgh (St. Leonard); Lasswade.

-, -, in Wales. See Swansea (St. David).

-, -, abroad. See Rome.

Household, of the cardinal bishop of Ostia, the pope's chamberlain, continual commensal members of, 257, 335, 353, 455, 609, 682, 686. See Estoutevilla, William de; Achleck, Denis; Forman, Nicholas; Vaus, Thomas.

-, papal, continual commensal members of, precedence and privileges of, 220, 330 (bis), 384, 402.

-, -, -, reservation of benefices held by, 242, 649, 665, 732.

-, -, esquire and domestic of, 209.

-, -, member of going to England, Almain and Ireland on business of the Camera, 278.

-, -, members of. See Altissen, Peter; Barrie, John; Bigneti, James; Gerona, John; Granston, Thomas; Grifo, Leonard; Guarnetis, Nicholas Jacobi de; Heron, Richard; James, Michael; Marshall, William; Minutolis, Antonius de; Minutolis, Paulinus de; Monstreul, John de; Rate, Alexander; Weston, John; Young, Andrew.

Hussites, the, 52.

I

Idioma, ydioma (i.e. the native language of the country), benefice tenable only by one who can speak, 172.

-, deprivation of one unable to speak, 176.

Ignorance, a ground of deprivation, 352, 353, 393.

Illegitimacy, benefices void or to be resigned, because held without dispensation from, 31, 32, 132, 295, 338, 387, 435, 601, 839.

-, dispensations on account of, to be elected or postulated bishop, 53, 105, 277.

-, by papal authority, to be made abbot or prior etc., 86, 132, 150, 153, 163, 168, 171, 325, 353, 687, 748.

-, -, to be promoted to holy orders, hold benefices with care of souls, resign and exchange them etc.:—

(i) for simple bastards, 6, 7, 26, 39, 50, 76, 82 (bis), 93, 107, 134, 140, 152, 162, 166, 270, 343, 344, 350, 361, 371, 373, 390, 391, 394, 401, 412, 430, 435, 445, 455, 487, 498, 509, 516, 532, 533, 535, 547, 554, 574, 595, 596, 602, 607, 622, 637, 651, 655, 658, 665, 680, 686, 696, 698, 699, 756, 769 (bis), 770, 772, 774, 793, 820, 834, 845, 856 (bis).

(ii) for children of clergy, 10, 11 (bis), 28, 31, 32, 34, 35, 36, 40, 46, 49, 50, 53, 55, 62, 65, 73, 77, 78, 82, 89 (bis), 94, 96, 100, 102, 105, 122, 125, 128, 129, 131 (bis), 135, 141, 143 (bis), 146, 152, 156, 160, 169, 174, 181, 183 (bis), 190, 191, 194, 196, 211, 212, 223, 236, 237, 280, 295, 297, 299, 302, 303, 311, 326, 334, 338, 349, 350, 351, 354 (bis), 358, 364, 366, 375, 376, 387 (bis), 395, 419, 420, 421, 422, 423, 424, 427, 430, 434, 435, 437, 439, 440, 441, 442, 444, 449, 450, 461, 475, 476, 477, 478 (bis), 489, 509, 511, 520, 521, 531, 534, 538, 539, 547, 551, 558, 559, 566, 568, 569, 575 (bis), 576, 586, 594, 601, 604, 605, 609, 611, 613, 618, 621 (bis), 624, 629, 643, 650, 652, 654, 656, 663, 666 (bis), 667, 668, 669, 670, 671, 682, 684, 700, 701, 703, 706, 709, 716, 717, 718, 722, 728, 729, 730, 731, 755, 766, 771, 775, 797, 818, 820, 835, 838, 840, 841, 842, 849, 855, 857.

(iii) for adulterine children, 6, 34, 57, 76, 86, 104, 124, 385, 388, 397, 535, 536, 614, 671, 683, 684.

-, -, grant not to be bound to mention in future petitions, 53, 211, 212.

-, dispensation from, by authority of the ordinary, to be made a clerk, to be promoted to minor orders and to hold a benefice without cure of souls.

(i) for simple bastards, 26, 39, 49, 82, 93, 140, 166, 184, 285, 296, 361, 395, 435, 537, 538, 574, 651, 655, 667, 681, 701, 793.

(ii) for children of clergy, 35, 46, 48, 120, 135, 141, 156, 161, 169, 191, 196, 211, 237, 295, 299, 327, 334, 345, 349, 440, 441, 442, 475, 534, 539, 604, 722, 731, 824.

(iii) for adulterine children, 57, 385, 671.

-, faculties to dispense from, 2, 34, 78, 104, 201, 296.

-, -, limitation of, 78.

-, -, revocation of, 31, 34, 296.

Illiteracy, 93, 112, 141. See also Ignorance.

Images:—

the Crucifixion, 219.

Jesus, 268.

St. Anne, 117.

Our Saviour, 117.

Impediments, to marriage. See Marriage.

-, to orders. See Age; Defects; Illegitimacy.

Imprisonment, of abbot by rival claimant, 125.

-, of prior-elect by bishop, 853.

-, of layman attempting to prosecute appeal, 501.

Incendiary, 70.

Incest, 153, 166, 259, 436, 452, 636, 836.

Incontinence, 107, 265, 324, 401, 436, 754, 803, 804.

Indiction, use of for dating, 41.

Induction, custom of receiving money for, 394.

-, papal mandates for, 21, 62, 64, 65, 130.

Indulgence, gained by visiting certain churches in Rome, extended to all members of the orders of Friars Minors and St. Clare and the Third Order etc. of the seven custodies of the realm of England, 646–7.

-, gained by masses for the dead celebrated at St. Mary de Scala Dei, extended to masses celebrated at St. Mary the Virgin (la Pewe), Westminster, 498.

-, jubilee. See Jubilee.

-, plenary, at the house of death, to all who die within the precincts of the poor hospital of Dunglas, 271.

-, -, for alms towards the crusade against the Turks, 204, 254, 255, 259.

Indulgences, granted by Martin V, 52.

-, granted by Sixtus IV, in connection with the celebration of the feast of the Annunciation, 90.

-, -, for observance of the Angelus, 91.

-, -, for saying the Rosary, 91.

-, grants of, for visits to and alms towards the building, repair etc. of:—

cathedral churches, 117, 203, 469.

chapels, 225, 240, 244, 498, 697, 778.

collegiate churches, 8, 253, 254, 498.

parish churches, 322, 447, 448, 449.

poor hospitals, 263.

religious houses, 158, 212, 219, 244, 254, 260, 273, 445, 446, 447, 481, 494, 563.

-, of St. Mary de Portiuncula alias de Angelis, granted to the parish church of St. Nicholas, Calais, 448.

-, whenever a sermon is preached publicly in the presence of Prince of Wales, 697.

Infirmary, 635.

In possessorio , 811.

Insignia, of an abbot, 410, 668.

-, of a knight, 8.

-, pontifical, 720, 792.

Interdict, 129, 133, 234, 261, 313, 605, 622. See also Irregularity.

Interlocutory judgement, 314.

Intimidation, 19, 23, 26, 61, 64, 65, 89, 96, 102, 111, 125, 131, 137, 143, 158, 161, 167, 169, 171, 172, 174, 183, 184, 185, 242, 328, 329, 344, 346, 348 (bis), 352, 353, 369, 377, 389, 390, 393, 403, 422, 424, 461, 497, 508, 509, 531, 537, 547, 602, 604, 606, 612, 614, 619, 653, 654, 658, 659, 671, 681, 682, 684, 696, 720, 731, 762, 763, 767, 774, 810, 815.

Inventory, indented and tripartite, of the jewels, ornaments and books of chantry, 265.

Inventories, indented and tripartite, custom of making, 265.

Irish, cleric, come from Oxford to Rome to study canon law, 184.

-, language, benefice tenable only by one who can understand and speak, 172.

-, manner, hospitality in, 76.

-, -, study in a studium particulare after the, 301, 345.

-, method of obtaining benefice, introduced into Scotland, 843 note.

-, nation, minor penitentiary for the, 210.

- the, rule of, in Inishannon, west of the Bandon River, 429.

Irishmen, English minor penitentiary to hear confessions of, 207.

-, cannot conveniently dwell in foreign Studia through lack of means, 427.

-, no safe access to university for, 427.

Irregularity, contracted by celebrating mass or other divine offices when under excommunication, suspension or interdict, in contempt of, or not in contempt of the keys, 22, 31, 43, 44, 45, 57, 60, 71, 92 (bis), 124, 161, 164, 180, 285, 298, 306, 326, 349, 360, 366, 371, 389, 390, 395, 403, 412, 418, 420, 436, 441, 477, 478, 497, 566, 605, 607, 622, 653, 663, 674, 682, 714, 759 (bis), 843, 848, 849, 855, 858.

-, contracted by being present at armed conflict, bloodshed or violence, 49, 92, 135, 160, 175, 184, 279, 313, 348, 366, 413, 418, 544, 605, 663, 767, 858.

-, contracted by receiving orders from a bishop consecrated without expediting his bulls of provision, 330. See also Forgery; Homicide; Simony.

J

Jewels and plate, 221, 265.

Jubilee year, excepted from an indulgence, 203.

-, indulgence of, applied to alms for the crusade against the Turks, 199.

-, -, extension of time for gaining, 240, 259.

-, -, grant of, to church, 47.

-, -, -, to persons of the orders of Friars Minors and St. Clare, 50, 646–7.

-, -, -, to poor hospital, 70.

-, -, indulgence granted after the manner of, 158.

-, -, offerings for, 50 (bis), 208.

-, -, preacher of, 2, 80, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201.

-, -, -, enquiry into the actions and accounts of, 197.

-, -, suspension of all indulgences in England, Wales and Ireland for one year from day of publication of, 50.

-, -, visit of Earl Rivers to Rome in order to gain, 221.

Judges delegate, papal, appointment of from outside the diocese without cause stated, a ground for disputing a papal provision, 546.

-, -, citation by, to an unfit and unsafe place, 289.

-, -, exceptions declinatory, or against the jurisdiction of, 314, 328.

-, -, corruption of. See Bribery; Simony.

-, -, suspect of partiality, 463.

Judges, favourable to themselves, wont to be chosen by accusers, 454, 529, 530.

-, letters of, containing the process of enquiry into and granting of dispensation to contract espousals, exemplification and confirmation of, 687–693.

-, ordinary, faculty to grant office of, 246.

-, secular, excommunication incurred by citing clerics before, in England and Wales, 506.

Judgment debt, authority to arrest sureties and goods in satisfaction of, 234.

Judicial separation, petition for, on grounds of violence and adultery, 515.

Justice of the realm of England, continual concourse of people at place where rendered and at nearby monastery, 581.

K

Keys, contempt of. See Irregularity.

Kyllidei. See Culdees.

L

La Charité, order of, claim of to exemption from visitation by Benedictine provincials, 81.

Language. See Idioma.

Lateran Council, Third General, lapse of collation of benefices by statutes of. See Benefices.

-, Fourth General, imposition of new cesses forbidden by, 276.

Law, civil, faculty to absolve clergy who study, without licence, 2, 163, 200.

-, degrees in. See Degrees.

Lazarite order, order (militia) of St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, habit of, 7, 8.

-, houses of. See Boigny; Burton Lazars.

-, hospital of in England, confirmation of indults to, 263.

Lease, perpetual, goods of cathedral granted on, 584.

-, renewable, for periods of five years, benefice granted on, 830.

Legates, papal, in England. See Otto and Ottobon.

Legates de latere , declaration of the genuineness of the pope's letters concering the faculties of, 80.

-, powers of, 2, 203, 282, 283.

-, -, granted to collectors of the Camera, 281.

-, -, granted to Nuncio to England and Scotland, 282. See also Graham, Patrick, archbishop of St. Andrews; Sante, John, abbot of Abingdon; Ruvere, Julian de, cardinal of St. Peter's ad Vincula.

Legatus natus . See Bourchier, Thomas, cardinal priest of St. Ciriac in Thermis, archbishop of Canterbury.

Legitimisation of offspring, 110, 259, 277, 405, 417, 428, 483, 484, 517, 559, 628, 802.

Lent. See Fasting and abstinence.

Letters of credence, 234.

Letters conservatory, 49, 68, 157, 250.

Letters of denization, 242 note.

Letters dimissory, 5, 162, 537, 588.

Letters of exchange, 205, 208, 209, 214.

Letters, exemplification of, 216, 255, 367–8, 687–693.

Letters patent of Edward IV to the monastery of Tewkesbury, 367.

Letters of protection, 391.

Letters testimonial, required for marriage by synodal constitutions of Comté, 194.

Letters papal, abbreviator of. See Castello, Nicholas de.

-, -, “de parco majori,” 256.

-, absolution from censures (ad cautelam) for purposes of the effect of, 28, 30 (bis), 31 (bis), 32, 55, 60, 71, 92, 98, 110, 163, 164, 226, 373, 504, 554, 561, 564, 565, 586, 635, 657, 713, 727, 768, 783, 791, 797, 825, 826, 836, 846, 847, 851, 852, 861.

-, alleged to be surreptitious, 30, 47, 54, 64, 71, 73, 78, 88, 101, 134, 151, 175, 345, 415, 416, 444, 452, 482, 497, 520, 535, 588, 607, 616, 638, 639, 651, 672, 675, 750.

-, annulment of, 252.

-, death of pope before drawing up of, 10, 11, 18, 24, 42, 285, 287 (bis), 289, 294, 295, 300, 304, 305 (bis), 309, 341, 386, 442, 463, 511, 640, 861.

-, date of left blank in register, 73, 73 note.

-, decree concerning the mode of publication of, 187.

-, double registration of, 263 note.

-, duplicated, 65, 107, 160, 600.

-, executors of, two only in number, 176, 180 note.

-, -, unusual number of foreigners among, 108, 108 note, 157, 157 note.

-, exemplification of, 13, 14, 59, 364, 400, 502, 513, 583, 687, 748, 830.

-, expectative, 28, 90, 284, 303, 332, 673, 773, 792, 793 (bis), 794.

-, faculty to proceed against contradictors of, 583.

-, issued:—

Ad perpetuam rei memoriam, 3, 5, 8, 9, 15, 16, 27, 41, 59, 60, 68 (bis), 85, 90, 97, 103, 108, 117 (bis), 139, 179, 186 note, 192, 202, 217, 225, 245, 251, 258, 263, 269, 271, 273, 276, 277, 294, 368, 401, 408, 427, 438, 446, 452 note, 453 note, 454 note, 481, 490, 498, 507, 513, 530, 558, 579, 581, 582, 591, 609, 610 (bis), 612, 617, 631, 632, 644, 645, 650, 663, 679 (bis), 696, 698, 704, 707, 722, 745, 781, 833, 844.

Ad futuram rei memoriam, 2, 13, 14, 15, 17, 38, 39, 40, 42, 47, 49, 50 (quater), 53, 66, 69, 75, 80, 143, 146, 160, 169, 182, 198, 216 (bis), 222, 235, 236, 242, 243, 247, 251, 253, 258, 259 note, 260, 263, 264, 277, 281, 449 (bis), 503, 505, 567, 628, 635, 647, 668, 687, 693, 707, 738, 748 (bis), 786, 804, 807, 818 (bis).

De curia , 47, 160.

Gratis de mandato , 164, 179, 295, 339, 697 (bis), 757.

Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape , 2, 3, 14 (bis), 39, 43, 47, 49, 68, 69, 70, 75, 212, 223, 224, 667.

Gratis de mandato sanctissimi domini nostri pape , 8, 29, 33, 41 (bis), 68 (ter), 97, 127, 141, 142 (bis), 158, 179, 207, 208, 213, 220, 221, 236, 246 (ter), 247 (bis), 248 (bis), 249 (5), 250 (ter), 253, 254, 255, 256, 282.

Gratis pro assistente , 256.

Gratis pro Deo , 56, 121, 132, 140, 144 (bis), 146, 148, 166, 174, 179, 181, 184, 185, 186, 191, 193, 239, 362, 417, 441, 460, 480, 511, 602, 604, 608, 618, 651, 665, 666, 700 (bis), 703, 719, 742, 754, 756, 757, 758, 762, 774, 775, 783, 794 (bis), 795, 810, 835.

Gratis pro Deo (et; quia) juravit , 55, 93, 143, 149, 152 (bis), 158, 162, 164, 166.

Gratis pro Deo pro paupere , 699.

Gratis pro Deo pro paupere Ibernico , 667.

Gratis pro familiari illustris domini comitis, 224.

Gratis pro persona domini cardinalis, 341.

Gratis pro reverendissimo domino cardinali Mediolanensi, 23.

Sine taxa, 14.

-, loss of, 685.

-, leaden bulla removed from, 286.

-, obtained by falsi suggestio, 312.

-, obtained when under greater excommunication, 314.

-, rectifying of errors in, 75, 94, 202, 323, 337, 413, 493, 631, 632, 710, 712, 722, 725, 792, 802, 806.

-, renewal of, 274, 317, 318, 402.

-, registered elsewhere because of correction, 623.

-, seizure of, in England, 402.

Libel, 225.

Lights, alms for the purchase of, 244.

-, usual at celebration of anniversary, 264.

Lingna , English, of the Hospitallers of St. John of Jerusalem, 177.

Litanies, 288.

Loans, 39, 133, 181, 226, 241, 242, 261, 738.

Lord's Prayer, the (Pater noster), 91, 158, 667.

M

Manse, Mansio, 187, 293, 778.

-, within cathedral close, chaplains to reside in, 265.

Manslaughter, 597, 598.

Marriage, banns of, 21.

-, -, custom of publication of, for three Sundays, 524, 540.

-, -, dispensation from publication of, 524.

Marriage, dispensations, faculties and mandates to grant dispensation, to contract notwithstanding impediments of:—

affinity, 2, 91, 199, 201, 219, 222, 259, 271, 272, 316, 428, 517, 625, 632.

kindred, 2, 21, 91, 199, 201, 206, 219, 220, 259, 272, 316, 428, 776, 801, 829.

quasi affinity, 219, 222, 237, 524, 559.

spiritual relationship, 199, 517.

-, dispensations, faculties and mandates to grant dispensations, to remain in, or recontract, notwithstanding impediments of:—

affinity, 2, 21, 91, 110, 199, 201, 272, 277, 405, 417, 425, 483, 517.

kindred, 2, 91, 199, 201, 272, 802.

quasi affinity, 199, 559.

spiritual relationship, 199, 517.

-, letters testimonial required for, 194.

-, nullity of and divorce, 106, 485, 488, 504, 517, 525, 528, 628, 736, 797.

-, solemnisation of in church, mandate to compel rector to permit, 540.

-, validity of, litigation concerning, 21, 66, 309, 310, 357, 399, 512, 564, 570, 630, 676, 734, 735 (bis), 782, 788. See also Marriage, nullity of and divorce.

Mass, afternoon but before the hour of vespers, indults to celebrate or have celebrated, 167, 814.

-, before daybreak, 847.

-, custom of England that priest faces east when celebrating and the people stand behind him, 789.

-, of the dead, indult to celebrate, on three days a week without licence of the ordinary, 788.

Master of the Rolls, in England. See Morton, John.

-, in Scotland. See Scott, Alexander.

Mastership of the fabric, at Lichfield, 265.

Matins, office of, indult to dean and chapter to celebrate at the fifth hour after midnight instead of at midnight, 662.

Measles, blindness as a result of, 224.

Measures:—

Caldrons, 504.

Medicine, degrees in. See Degrees.

-, study of by prohibited persons, faculties to absolve for, 200.

Mendicant orders. See Friars.

Mensa , of abbots and priors, 499, 507, 519, 581, 588, 610.

-, of archbishops and bishops, 107, 190, 215, 227, 250, 261, 262, 270, 280, 296, 325, 345, 346, 348, 480, 484, 491, 504, 505, 583, 639, 654, 701.

-, capitular, 642, 704.

Mercenaries, of the garrison of Calais, 228.

Merchants, going to and from the Channel Islands, attacked by pirates, 258.

-, of Florence. See Bardis, Alexander de; Bardis, John de; Carnesechis, Francis de; Martellis, Anthony de; Medicis, Julian de; Medicis, Laurence de; Pazzis, Francis de; Rebattis, Anthony de; Ricasolis, Raynerius de; Salutatis, Benedict de; Saxetti, Francis; Ser Mathei, Francis; Solomei, John; Stroziis, Philip de; Tolomei, John; Vernacciis, Leonard de.

-, of Rome. See Mathie, Laurence; Picchis, Ceccolus de.

-, of the staple of Calais, society of. See Calais.

Miracles:—

at Dumfries, 407.

at Markby, 446.

at Muswell chapel, 225, 244.

Money, of the Camera:—

gold ducats, 7, 73, 102, 181, 241, 347, 807, 808, 858, 861.

-, value of, in English money, 550, 859.

-, -, in sterling, 861 (bis).

-, value of a groat in, 550.

gold florins, 2, 3 (bis), 5, 18, 32, 39, 45, 84, 133, 136, 155, 164, 202, 204, 226, 261, 309, 336, 382, 384, 470, 484, 515 note, 516, 587, 594, 749, 856.

-, value of, in Scots money, 567, 599.

Money, English or sterling:

groats, 550, 859.

marks, 18, 26 (bis), 30, 35, 36 (bis), 37, 39, 40, 43, 44 (quater), 46 (bis), 47, 48, 49, 51, 52, 54 (bis), 56 (bis), 57, 58, 61 (bis), 64 (ter), 65, 71 (bis), 74, 75, 76, 77, 79, 81, 82 (bis), 83, 85 (bis), 86, 87 (bis), 89 (bis), 90, 92 (bis), 93 (bis), 94, 96 (bis), 98 (ter), 230, 232, 233, 234, 445, 486, 509, 510, 520, 535, 858, 859, 861 (bis).

-, in Ireland, 19, 23, 849, 850.

li. sterling, 20, 24, 25, 29, 32, 33 (bis), 34 (quater), 37, 40 (bis), 41, 42, 43 (bis), 45, 47, 52, 54, 55 (bis), 60, 63 (bis), 65, 71, 72, 75, 77, 79, 83, 84 (bis), 85, 264, 371, 510, 517, 520, 542.

-, value of li. Scots in, 84, 86, 558, 844.

-, value of petits tournois in, 506.

-, value of Scots marks in, 563.

-, value of, in gold ducats of the Camera, 550, 859.

pence, 52, 85, 371, 859.

shillings, 26, 52, 85 (bis).

Money, French:

écus of the French royal mint, 233, 234.

francs of gold, of the mint of John II, value of in sterling, 241.

libre Rothomagenses, 401 note.

tournois, Turonenses, 400 (bis).

gros tournois, 18.

-, value of in gold florins of Florence, 4, 43, 79, 97, 482, 496, 542.

petits tournois, 306, 432, 506, 515.

Money, Scottish:

marks, 29, 68, 75 (bis), 118, 130, 276, 405, 839, 844, 857.

-, value of, in gold florins of the Camera, 382, 567, 599.

-, -, in li. sterling, 108, 126, 276, 542, 545, 563.

li. Scots, 15, 48, 84, 86, 319, 818, 844.

-, value of, in gold ducats of the Camera, 347.

-, in gold florins of the Camera, 567.

-, -, in li. sterling, 84, 86, 97, 142, 332, 558, 611, 844.

-, -, in petits tournois, 506.

shillings, 504.

Money, miscellaneous:

florins of Aragon, 241.

gold florins of Florence, value of gros tournois in, 43.

of Ireland, 830.

Scudi, 223 note.

Monte Oliveto , order of, house of. See Rome (Santa Maria Nuova).

Mortgage, of goods of monastery, declared null and void, 581.

Mortuary, litigation concerning, 852.

Motu proprio , grants etc. so made, 1, 2, 4, 5, 7 (bis), 9, 14, 23, 27 (bis), 33 (bis), 63 (bis), 73, 80 (bis), 81, 85, 91, 103, 105, 129, 130 (bis), 142, 143, 150 (bis), 159, 165, 169, 181 (bis), 182, 184, 185, 186 (bis), 188, 190, 191, 197, 209 (bis), 222, 223, 238, 240, 241, 245, 246 (bis), 248, 252, 256, 260, 274, 277, 282, 284, 316, 340, 371, 385, 417, 484, 516, 567, 586, 587, 627, 688, 706, 738, 792, 793, 811, 839, 861.

Muniments, contrary to agreement, to be null and void, 294.

Music, expert to be paid for the instruction of six boys in, 628.

-, knowledge of, 679.

Mutilation, 9, 71, 547, 706.

N

Name of Jesus, solemn mass of, to be sung at the seventh hour every Friday, 268.

-, antiphon, versicle and prayer of, to be sung after compline every Friday, 268.

Normans, Henry, venerable king of the English and duke of the, grant by, 400.

Notaries apostolic, appointment of, 80, 207.

-, insignia of, 80, 208.

-, oath of fealty of, 80, 207.

-, sent by Edward IV as ambassador to the pope, 217. See Blackader, Robert; Chaundeler, Thomas; Home, Patrick; Huseman, John; Medicis, Prosper Camulius de; Moneypenny, William; Nardis, Peter Anthony de; Sherwood, John; Spens, Thomas.

Notaries public, accused of defamation, 463.

-, by imperial authority, 103, 392, 711.

-, by papal authority, grants of, and faculties to grant the office of, 201, 206, 246, 473, 474 (8), 475 (bis), 514, 530, 647 (quarter), 648 (quarter), 729, 789, 790, 802, 828, 829.

-, exercise of the office of, by a partner in a second marriage, forbidden by the constitutions of the province of Canterbury, 648.

-, indult to be made, or to exercise the office of, despite the constitutions of the province of Canterbury, 447, 634, 648, 676, 721, 827.

-, inquiry to be conducted before, 52.

-, refusal to appear before, 225.

-, public instruments drawn up by, 25, 52, 179, 204, 260, 263, 367, 688, 692, 693.

-, tonsure to be worn by, 466.

Nuncios papal, faculties of, 2, 51, 197, 198, 199, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 213, 214, 281, 282, 571, 572.

-, -, doubtful validity of, 125, 774.

-, -, revocation of, 2, 38, 281.

-, not to visit Glastonbury, except in the presence of the bishop, 572.

-, in Austria and Burgundy. See Tolentis, Luke de.

-, in England. See Aleprandis, Peter de; Giglis, John de; Hope, Thomas; Medicis, Prosper Camulius de; Sante, John; Tolentis, Luke de.

-, in England and Wales and adjacent islands. See Sante, John.

-, in Ireland. See del Palatio, Octavianus; Ofaelan, John; O'Hedian, John; Sante, John; Winchedon, William.

-, in Scotland. See Barrie, John; Durisder, Andrew de; Graham, Patrick; Huseman, John; Sante, John; Tolentis, Luke de.

-, in Wales. See Marchionibus de Monticulo, Maria Franciscus de; Sante, John.

O

Oaths, faculties to commute, 198.

-, extorted from an abbot at the time of his election, 635.

-, not to impetrate a benefice, 547, 553, 764, 815.

-, to accept arbitration, 638.

-, to observe statutes of a church, 243, 438.

-, to observe terms of a contract, taken in presence of a priest celebrating mass, 241.

-, of residence, 220, 430, 486.

-, to pay chapter 200 marks for every year of non-residence, 486.

-, to preserve goods of church, taken by a bishop on promotion, 584.

-, relaxation of and absolution from, 67, 71, 96, 153, 288, 430, 438, 486, 547, 553, 635, 764, 815.

Oaths of fealty, of abbots, abbesses, priors and prioresses, 5, 29, 33, 77, 150, 161 note, 192, 324, 326, 331, 338, 365, 375, 395, 401, 432, 439, 519, 521, 531, 555, 606, 651, 657, 716, 720, 754, 812, 825, 835, 842, 846.

-, of archbishops and bishops, 105, 147, 154, 471, 505, 522 (bis), 523, 556, 592, 657, 743, 798, 813, 824, 846.

-, of dignitaries, 64, 309, 320.

-, of papal notaries, 80, 207.

Oaths of office:

of a collector of the Apostolic Camera, 6, 127, 205, 208, 209.

of notaries public, 206, 473, 474, 647, 648 (bis), 789, 790, 802, 829.

of a penitentiary, major, 210.

-, minor, 207.

Oblates, of the order of Friars Minors, 646.

Obligationes , references to, 83 note, 85 note, 154, 352, 355 note, 471, 472, 642 note, 657 (bis), 738, 743, 845, 846 (bis), 812 note.

Octogenarian, 426.

Orator, of the king of England, 245, 246, 247, 248, 249, 250, 254, 469.

-, of the king of France, 198.

-, of the king of Scots, 53, 65, 68 (bis), 208, 223, 355.

Oratories, of the Friars Preachers, 433, 571.

Orders, impediments to. See Age; Defects; Illegitimacy.

-, minor, 5, 39, 195, 272, 610, 659, 721.

-, sub-deacon's, 5, 39, 56, 58, 61, 174, 345, 371, 580, 610.

-, deacon's, 580, 588, 610.

-, holy, dispensations to be promoted to notwithstanding impediments. See Orders, impediments to.

-, -, dispensations to minister in, 20, 21, 45, 49, 51, 135, 199, 211, 409, 410, 783. See also Irregularity.

-, -, dispensations, not to be bound to be promoted to, while studying at a university, residing at the Roman Court, or in the service of pope, king or nobleman, 39, 58, 61, 129, 186, 201, 219, 301, 345, 580, 624, 655, 670, 760.

-, -, -, while studying in a Studium particulare in the manner of the Irish, etc., 56, 61, 301, 345.

-, -, dispensations to receive and retain benefices without promotion to, 272, 280, 316, 428, 684, 695.

-, -, indults to be promoted to by any bishop, 195, 532, 538, 626, 783.

-, -, promotion to, extra tempora, 195, 271, 616, 626.

-, -, -, per saltum, 2, 199.

-, -, -, letters dimissory for, 537, 588.

-, -, -, of a married man, 57.

-, priest's, benefices with cure, or requiring priest's orders, unlawfully detained without promotion to, and therefore canonically void, 11, 30, 35, 36, 44, 54, 56, 73, 92, 112, 122, 126, 131, 135, 152 (bis), 167, 299, 344, 359 (bis), 387, 394, 404, 421, 436, 480, 533, 577, 588, 604, 622, 741, 757, 764, 765, 769, 833, 856.

-, deacon refused promotion to, by the ordinary, 588.

Ordinance, papal, concerning the celebration of the feast of the Visitation, the use of the rosary and the ringing of the angelus, 90–91.

Ornaments, 64, 117, 158, 265, 322, 447, 453, 454.

P

Pair of France, 233.

Palace, of the king of England, 581.

-, or castle of Spynie, appointment of constable of, 818.

Pallium , 113, 261, 505.

Parish, boundaries of, dispute concerning, 799.

-, division of, because crossed by a tidal river and divided by walls, ramparts and ditches between English and Irish, 429.

-, erection of, 429, 490.

-, wont to be ruled by two rectors, 591, 806.

Parish churches, access to, prevented by floods etc., 383, 429, 505, 578, 623, 693, 862.

-, allowed to fall into ruin, 95, 533, 606.

-, funeral offerings to be paid to, 561.

-, indulgences in favour of, 322, 447, 448, 494. See also Appropriations; Colleges; Erections; Farm; Unions.

Parlement , of Paris, 233, 252.

Parliament, acts of:

15 Richard II, c. 6, 631.

4 Henry IV, c. 12, 631.

Parsonatus , 373, 385, 530.

Passeportes , of the Society of the Merchants of the Staple of Calais, 228.

Patronage, clerical, benefices in, 1, 26 (bis), 37, 55, 67, 77, 98, 157, 165, 183, 291, 312, 329, 356, 586, 610, 817.

-, lay, benefices in, 15, 16, 21, 28, 30, 36, 41, 44, 49, 56, 59, 66, 70, 76, 88, 96 (bis), 111 (bis), 123, 126, 132, 136, 139, 144, 152, 154, 155, 161 (bis), 162, 166, 173, 175, 182, 185, 196 note, 215, 299, 308, 310, 340, 343 (bis), 344, 354, 359, 365, 389, 390 (bis), 391, 394, 400, 402, 404, 411, 417, 421, 427, 429, 448, 455, 458, 460, 472, 476, 477 (bis), 478, 509, 514, 535, 537, 538, 539, 569, 574, 575, 576, 577, 595, 604, 609, 638, 652, 670, 683 (bis), 684, 701, 703, 718, 722, 739, 740 (bis), 755, 756 (bis), 758, 809, 817, 843, 855, 857, 858.

-, right of, confirmed, 180.

-, -, in dispute, 312, 610, 639.

-, -, reserved to founder of chantries and colleges, 19, 467, 468, 615, 816.

Peace, in Italy, orator of the king of England to promote, 245, 248, 254.

Penance, order of. See St. Francis, Third order of.

Penitentiaries, major. See Calandrini, Philip, cardinal bishop of Porto; Ruvere, Julian de.

-, minor, constitution that one should be an Englishman, 207.

-, -, examination and appointment of, 210.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 207, 210. See Purveour, Thomas; Ruch, Alexander; Sherwood, William.

Penitentiary, at Santiago, absolution by, 147.

-, papal, dispensations issued by, 162, 520, 685.

-, mandate of, 28.

Pensions, from the fruits of benefices, cancellation of, 75, 750.

-, -, deprivation for non payment of, 126.

-, -, dispensation to retain, with a bishopric, 839.

-, -, -, with a priory, 535.

-, -, reservations of, 1, 5, 15, 18, 25, 29, 40, 45, 65, 84 (bis), 86, 96, 97, 108, 109, 118, 126, 130, 142, 163, 165, 171, 190, 196 note, 226, 293, 319, 332, 371, 391, 462, 480, 484, 504, 506, 510, 516, 517, 530, 536, 558, 563, 567 (bis), 573, 590, 611, 631, 668, 703, 750, 839, 845.

-, -, resignation of rights in consideration of, 319, 332, 390, 462, 506, 542 (bis), 545.

Pensionaria, canonry and prebend so styled, 763.

Pensionary, prebend so styled, 809.

Perjury, 5, 43, 45, 67, 99, 140, 152, 180, 243, 285, 288, 372, 393 (bis), 424, 441, 521, 670, 730, 770, 821, 851.

Pestilence, monks unable to maintain divine services in time of, 581.

Peter's Pence, St. Peter's pence, 208.

-, reduced because of negligence of collectors and refusal to pay, 214.

-, refusal to pay, 101.

Phrase, common mediaeval, per vim et metum qui cadere poterent in constantem, 588.

Physician, of James King of Scots. See Alamani, Andrew.

-, of Pius II and of Sixtus IV. See Eugubio, Anthony de.

Pilgrimage, to Rome, 198, 229, 252.

-, a reason excusing chaplain from saying chantry mass, 265.

-, vows of, 102, 200, 206, 247, 249, 273.

Pilgrims, hospitality kept for, 580, 598.

Piracy, 235, 258.

Pirates, penalties promulgated against, 232, 235.

-, who have made restitution, faculties to absolve, 258. See Behenk, Polus.

Pittancer, 266, 267.

Placebo , 265, 267, 268.

Plebania , rectory so styled, 756, 756 note.

Pleblande, lands belonging to the church of Edrom so called, 644.

Plebs , benefices so called, 152, 362 notes (bis), 442.

Poor, the, baron wont to show hospitality to, 355.

-, -, distributions to be made to on anniversary of founder of chantry, 268.

Portionary, beneficiary so called, 543, 842.

Portioner, beneficiary so called, 703.

Portiuncula , St. Mary de, alias de Angelis, indulgence of, 448.

Preachers, order of. See Friars Preachers.

Prebendal stall, vicarage of, forbidden to chantry priest, 265.

Prebends, erection of, 442, 460, 467, 475, 575, 590, 599, 602, 606, 673, 701, 753, 755, 769, 841.

-, disputes concerning, 196 note, 314.

-, fruits of episcopal mensa applied to, 701.

-, minor, 464.

-, suppression of, 442, 816.

-, unlawful detention of, 193.

Precedence, of members of the pope's household in obtaining benefices, 330 (bis), 385, 402.

Premonstratensian canons, belonging to house not named, 295, 324, 338.

-, churches in Scotland governed by, visitation of, 13.

-, houses of:

in England. See Alnwick; Bayham; Cockersand; Croxton; Kerrial; Dale Abbey; Dereham, West; Dodford; Durford; Easby; Hagnaby; Halesowen; Newsham; Newbo; St. Radegund's; Shap; Sulby; Titchfield; Torre; Tupholme; Welbeck; Wendling.

in Ireland. See Annaghdown; Lough Key; Tuam (Holy Trinity); Woodburn.

in Scotland. See Dryburgh; Holywood; Soulseat; Tongueland; Whiteherne.

abroad. See Prémontré

Premonstratensian order, chapters of, 64.

-, Hubert, general of, 79.

-, prelate of, 13.

-, rite of, indult to bishop to say canonical hours according to, 798.

Presbytericide, 247, 544.

Presbytery, 446, 447, 455.

Presentations, 21, 28, 37, 40, 41, 162, 192, 215, 320, 327, 337, 360, 394, 421, 439, 454, 455, 458, 477, 479, 492, 586, 611, 638, 766, 771, 806, 817, 855.

-, doubtful validity of, 22, 41, 77, 108, 166, 193, 329, 360, 392, 395, 458, 476, 492, 538, 586, 610, 652, 680, 767, 817, 855.

-, ineffective, or null and void, 29, 36, 127, 132, 140, 144, 148, 312, 421, 514, 613.

Privileges, confirmation of, 41, 200, 217, 274, 278 note, 400, 481.

-, revocation of, 277.

Privy Council, England, 668.

-, Scotland, 830.

Processions, 265, 288.

Procurations, of an archdeacon. See Archdeacons.

-, of a bishop, indult to receive in cash, 482.

-, faculty to compel payment of, 79, 436.

-, of a collector of the papal Camera, 209.

Profession, religious. See Religious.

Provisions:

(i) by authority of the ordinary, 12, 17, 22 (bis), 30, 31, 44, 82, 101, 168, 273, 319.

(ii) papal, and mandates to make provision by papal authority of: bishoprics in England, 238, 522, 523, 635, 657 (bis), 713, 744, 845.

- in Ireland, 40, 48 (bis), 49, 72 (bis), 83, 85, 99, 105, 119 (bis), 133, 142, 148, 154, 174, 179, 195, 277, 330, 341, 351, 352 (bis), 372, 376, 439, 451, 471, 472, 670, 706, 743, 744, 825, 826, 845, 846; not effective, 142, 174, 630.

- in Scotland, 47, 105, 276, 277, 355, 417, 471, 587, 738, 798, 813, 824, 845.

- in Wales, 586, 743, 826; auxiliary bishop for, 642, 819.

- in partibus infidelium, 141, 642, 819.

religious houses in England, 5, 32, 61.

- in Ireland, 74, 76, 93, 95, 111, 121, 126, 132, 195, 323 (bis), 331, 352, 353, 376, 401, 402, 419, 531, 546, 575, 588, 601, 603, 606, 639, 654, 681, 682, 743, 754, 800, 816.

- in Scotland, 13, 14 (ter), 18 (quater), 23, 29 (bis), 30, 42, 58, 79, 136, 138, 165, 171, 173, 188, 226, 319, 373, 555, 567, 586, 593, 656, 720, 791, 811, 812, 813, 825, 826.

secular benefices in England, 530.

- in Ireland, 28, 44 (ter), 45, 54, 56, 71, 75, 76, 88 (bis), 90 (bis), 93, 94, 96, 98 (bis), 99 (bis), 123, 149, 151, 182, 251, 297, 311, 320, 354, 361, 365, 379, 388, 389, 390, 396, 397, 399, 418, 419, 420, 435 (bis), 440, 553, 639, 643, 651, 664, 668, 671, 672, 673 (ter), 709, 711, 731, 732, 758, 761, 768, 793, 817.

- in Scotland, 15, 16, 19, 20 (bis), 24, 25, 27 (bis), 33, 53, 55, 63, 67, 68, 69, 71, 77, 79, 96, 97, 108, 188, 197, 223, 240, 276, 278, 330 (bis), 341, 353, 385, 402, 432, 459, 506, 545, 551, 567, 609, 627, 664, 702, 794, 815, 816 (bis).

- abroad, 246, 793.

-, dignities, canonries and prebends, 182, 197, 223, 240, 246, 251, 278, 330 (bis), 354, 379, 385, 397, 399, 402, 418, 419, 420, 435, 553, 643, 664, 668, 671, 672, 732, 758, 761, 793 (bis), 794. See also Collations and provisions.

-, papal, letters of, accidentally lost, 685.

-, -, -, consecration of bishop before expedition of, 330.

-, -, -, doubtful validity of dispensation, granted before expedition of, 520.

-, -, -, execution of, resisted by illegal possessor, 251.

-, -, -, grant to bishop to be consecrated before expedition of, 819.

-, -, -, loan contracted for the expedition of, 226, 738.

-, -, -, not drawn up before death of providee, 56, 733.

-, -, not executed through fear of lay power, 768.

-, -, -, obligation to pay debts before expedition of, 182.

-, -, -, revocation of, 151, 278.

Psalter of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 91.

Puberty, marriage contracted within the years of, 661.

Public instruments, 15, 25, 269.

Public libel, 225.

Purification of women, 505.

R

Ransom, 336.

Rebellion, excluded from faculties to absolve, 247.

Rebels, faculty to proceed against, 583.

Reconciliation of churches and cemeteries, faculty for, 465.

Recluse, 55 note.

Recreation, bow and arrows for purposes of, after the manner of the place, 366.

Rector in the Sanctuary, beneficiary so called, 389.

Rectors, manse, mansio, of, 293, 778.

-, of parish churches object to administering the Eucharist and Extreme Unction to those who confessed to mendicant friars, 262.

-, parish church, wont to be governed by two, 215, 591, 675, 806.

Rectory, annexed to episcopal mensa, 270.

-, called a vicarage, 850.

-, division of, 675.

-, erection of, 429.

-, fruits of, let to farm, 270, 620.

-, -, usurped, 453, 580.

-, from time immemorial, holder of has not been promoted to orders, 650.

-, of rural lands within the bounds of two parishes, 11.

-, of rural lands or Plebes, division of into seven prebends, 442.

-, without a church, served by perpetual vicar of neighbouring church, 395.

Reeve, of demesne, 293.

Registers, archiepiscopal, exemplifications from, 114, 115.

Registers, keeper of, 721.

Registers, papal, exemplifications from, 13, 59, 364, 445, 448, 502, 687, 748.

-, -, letters in, cancelled, 375, 445.

-, -, of Sixtus IV, letters of Innocent VIII registered in, 196 note.

-, -, of Innocent VIII, letter of Sixtus IV registered in, 864.

Registers, papal, transcription from, inserted in papal letter, because the original letter had been seized, 402.

Registrar, exercise of office of, forbidden to married clerk, bigamist or layman, by the provincial constitutions of Canterbury, 648.

Registrum S. Pauli, 465.

Rehabilitation. See Irregularity.

Relics, of the true wood of Our Lord's cross, 446.

-, exposed for veneration on solemn and feast days, 590.

-, perpetual vicarage called the wardenship of, 151, 653.

-, removed and used for begging alms and oblations, 590.

-, removal of, prohibited under pain of excommunication, 591.

Religious, allowed to live separately, 193, 461.

-, allowed to hold private property, 193, 401, 461, 573, 635.

-, habit of, canon unable to serve secular benefice while wearing, 641.

-, -, dispensation not to be bound to receive until six months after obtaining possession of regular benefice, 553.

-, -, received by nun from bishop other than her ordinary, 636.

-, -, indults to wear honest priestly robe over, without note of apostacy. See Apostacy.

-, profession and reception of, 13, 14, 15, 38, 47, 48, 60, 62 (bis), 74, 75, 77, 79, 81, 86, 87, 89, 93 (bis), 94, 97, 132, 145, 161, 163, 192, 193, 194, 323 (bis), 346, 350, 370, 371, 376 (bis), 395, 401, 413, 414, 420, 433, 437, 439, 466, 476, 508, 510, 521, 533, 535, 537, 539, 552, 555, 601, 603 (bis), 606, 615, 653, 658, 681, 703, 712, 713, 717, 719, 728, 742, 754, 770, 811, 824, 834, 840, 850.

Religious houses, admission to, only by election of abbot and canons, 800.

-, benefices in patronage of. See Patronage.

-, benefices in presentation of. See Presentations.

-, decay of buildings and properties of, 120, 155, 191, 193, 273, 346, 373, 407, 452, 453, 454, 581, 598, 630.

-, dilapidation of goods of. See Dilapidation.

-, dispersal of convent of, 625.

-, exemption of from jurisdiction of the ordinary etc. See Exemptions.

-, foundations of, 433, 572, 737, 745, 785, 786.

-, grant of exemption from all service and regular observance within or without, annulment of, 573.

-, migration from, to another of the same order, 188, 370.

-, transfer from, to houses of other orders, 535, 537, 625.

-, visitation and reform of, 50, 51, 571, 572.

Rents, 264, 266, 269, 507.

Requiem mass, 264.

-, licence of ordinary required for, according to mode introduced in the diocese of Norwich, 788.

Reservations, general of:

benefices of members of the pope's household, 106, 242, 649, 665, 732.

benefices of members of cardinal's household, 106, 257.

conventual priories and dignities, 29, 47, 55, 62, 98, 129, 162, 170, 188, 193, 325, 370, 388, 439, 535, 553, 605, 653, 716, 724.

major cathedral dignities, 2, 26, 40, 47, 63, 74, 119, 139, 151, 404, 732, 761, 839, 842, 864.

-, ipso facto, of benefices void by:

death at the apostolic see (Roman Court), 10, 23, 24, 38, 47, 56, 77, 151, 166, 286, 302, 354, 360, 378, 379, 417, 459 (bis), 503, 519, 520, 553, 609, 650, 654, 700, 702, 707, 809, 815, 816, 817, 818, 823, 840, 856, 857.

death of members of the papal court (papal chaplains, papal notaries etc.), 33, 77, 170, 206, 210, 242, 794.

-, exemption from, 242.

John XXII's constitution ‘Execrabilis’ against pluralities (Extrav. Jo. XXII, 3), 43, 342, 432, 456, 475, 477, 509, 510, 600, 643, 668, 672, 680, 766, 771, 842.

promotion by papal authority, 420, 456, 758.

promotion to the episcopate, 20, 23, 38, 43, 47, 63 (bis), 65, 71, 77, 84 (bis), 93, 96, 105, 146, 149, 172, 188 (bis), 190, 195, 308, 328, 355, 377, 378, 439, 502, 551, 552, 639, 668, 670, 672, 794, 817, 818, 827, 855, 858.

resignation to the pope or at the apostolic see, 18, 27, 29, 119, 121, 148, 188, 340, 352 (bis), 365 (bis), 392, 397, 419, 457 note, 471, 472, 509, 513, 519, 522, 575, 578, 590, 614, 670, 671, 707, 715, 753, 754, 756, 757, 762, 810, 823, 833, 846 (bis), 849.

-, special, of:

archbishoprics and bishoprics, 5, 47, 72 (bis), 83, 85, 99, 105, 117, 154, 179, 276, 331, 351, 471, 523, 657, 743 (bis), 744 (bis), 798, 813, 825 (ter), 826 (ter), 827 (bis), 845, 846.

religious houses, 14, 121, 150, 165, 168, 169, 173, 331, 554, 656, 812.

secular benefices, 10, 49, 93, 103, 118, 129, 130, 143, 165, 181, 183, 184, 185, 186, 191, 195, 197, 212, 223, 224, 240, 246, 256, 350, 355, 433, 439, 548, 551, 669, 672, 793 (bis), 794.

Residence in benefices, indults and dispensations to take fruits without, because of great age, 283, 426.

-, -, because of illness, 791.

-, -, while in the service of a cardinal or legate, 283.

-, -, while residing in the service of the king, 245.

-, -, while residing in another benefice, 124, 239, 284, 338, 357, 363, 430, 486, 543, 679, 797.

-, -, while studying, at any Studium after the manner of the Irish, 345.

-, -, while residing in the Roman Court, or in the service of nobleman or prelate, or studying at a university, 9, 39, 156, 186, 201, 219, 220, 223, 249, 384, 406, 425, 428, 445, 448, 456, 466, 470 (bis), 471, 486, 492, 499, 568, 569, 582, 590, 624, 636, 670, 677, 694, 734, 745, 746, 747, 760, 779, 787, 792, 806, 808 (bis).

Resignation, of archbishops and bishops, 190, 261, 352 (bis), 372, 471, 472, 516, 522, 846 (bis).

-, -, fictitious, 638.

-, extorted by force, 307, 313, 834.

-, faculties and mandates to make, receive etc., 5 (bis), 6, 19, 20, 27, 28, 29, 30, 31, 32, 34 (bis), 38, 54, 58, 71, 77, 90, 93, 95, 100, 103, 122, 167, 188, 257, 296, 332, 354, 392, 401, 444, 479, 510, 552, 613, 650, 711, 724, 758, 766, 774.

-, to the ordinary, 20, 21, 30, 34, 44, 46, 47, 48, 58, 60 (ter), 72, 73, 74, 77 (bis), 82, 85, 90, 92, 93, 100, 104 (bis), 112, 165, 169, 174, 182, 188, 205, 215, 257, 310, 312, 332, 347, 411, 423, 441, 476, 479, 506, 508, 510, 516, 519, 532, 534, 542 (bis), 545, 552, 558, 640, 683, 685, 732, 789, 846, 848, 849, 863.

-, to the pope. See Reservations.

Restitution of conjugal rights, 21, 66.

Revocation, general, of faculties of papal nuncios, commissaries and collectors, 2, 159, 281, 282.

Reward, for information concerning theft of valuables from Earl Rivers, 221.

Ring, given by a bishop to a widow vowing perpetual chastity, 835.

Rite, of Premonstratensian order, indult to say canonical hours according to, 798.

Roads, leading to a monastery, alms for the upkeep of, 836.

Roman church, chancellor of, correction made by the bishop of Glandèves on behalf of, 832 note.

-, vice-chancellor of, correction made by the archbishop of Antivari on behalf of, 299 note.

-, -, correction made by the bishop of Glandèves on behalf of, 836 note.

-, -, correction made by Simon Vosich, archbishop of Patras on behalf of, 513, 736 note.

-, -, deputy of. See Vosich, Simon; James a Friar Preacher; Tolosa, Michael de.

-, -, examination by, 474.

-, gonfalonier of the forces of. See Ubaldi, Frederic.

-, prayers for, 667.

-, resources of, insufficient for defence against the Turks, 203, 204.

-, service of, 207.

-, subdeacon and notary of. See Hermannus.

-, visit of a papal chaplain to France on business of the pope and of the, 276 note.

Roman Court, auditor of. See Auditors.

-, case remitted to, 23.

-, cause lawfully devolved to, 24, 63.

-, cause not lawfully devolved to, 17, 47, 87, 109, 170, 308, 347, 593, 811.

-, cause pending in, assigned by agreement, 196 note.

-, cause revoked to, as if appeal had been made, 226.

-, consecration of bishops at, 20, 146, 668.

-, definitive sentence of, appeal from, 320.

-, departure of cardinal from on a legation, 15.

-, departure of Patrick Graham from, 338.

-, devolution of causes to, 277.

-, facts known in, 242.

-, Florentine merchants attached to or following, 39, 132, 181, 261, 738.

-, grant of administration of a bishopric confirmed in, 275.

-, great distance of England from, 5.

-, great distance of Ireland from, 407.

-, indults and dispensations to take fruits of benefices while residing in. See Residence.

-, journey from, death of proctor on, 500.

-, journey to, arrest while on, 153.

-, -, on foot from Ireland, 279, 467, 598.

-, jurisdiction of challenged, 252.

-, letters expedited in absence from, as though in presence at, 311.

-, letters on their way to Ireland from, seized in England, 402.

-, licence to sue in, 28.

-, litigant puts off visit in person to prosecute appeal at, 501.

-, litigation in, 30, 31, 75, 79, 84, 320, 839.

-, -, transferred to England because of poverty of litigant, 734.

-, member of. See Pasqualibus, Mark de.

-, money sent from England to, fraudulently lost, 819.

-, officials of, payments due to, 181, 182, 275.

-, residents in. See Cardellis, John de, bishop of Girgenti; Ceretanis, John de, bishop of Nogera; Grassis, Anthony de, bishop of Tivoli; Diaz de Coca, John, bishop of Calahorra; Down, bishop of (unnamed, p. 141 note); Melinis, John de, bishop of Urbino; Montona, Simon de, archbishop of Antivari; Nicholai, Blasius, bishop of Ottochaz; O'Gallagher, Laurence, bishop of Raphoe; O'Hayr Patrick; Rocha, Peter William de, archbishop of Salerno; Vosich, Simon, archbishop of Patras.

-, resignation of benefices at. See Reservation.

-, resignation of benefices without. See Resignation.

-, sealing in, manner of, 688.

-, solicitor frequenting, 600.

-, statute that no clerk of the diocese of Tuam, without licence of the archbishop, may go to, 88.

-, visit of a poor priest to, 757.

-, visits to, five times, 643.

-, -, three times, 42, 593.

-, visitors to—Burgo Thomas de; Butler, Richard; Cuerton, William; Douglass, Hugh; Graham, Patrick, bishop of St. Andrews; Gudman, Robert; Magranauyll, Cornelius; Mandevylle, Edmund; O'Driscoll, Odo, bishop of Ross; O'Gallagher, Laurence, bishop of Raphoe; O'Muilcharyll, Cornelius; Rosse, William.

Rosary, indulgence for the use of, 91, 91 note.

Rubricelle , inadequacy of, 207 note.

Rural deanery, 278, 512.

Rural fee, 391.

Rural lands, rectory of, 533, 739.

Rural rectory, 343.

S

Sacramentals, 367.

Sacraments, administration of, by Mendicant Friars, 262, 615.

-, -, -, complaint of rectors of parish churches in England against, 262.

-, -, in chapels, 505, 507, 578, 579, 721.

-, -, -, refusal of rector to allow, 507.

-, -, -, rector to be compelled to maintain a priest for, 384.

-, -, in hospital, 708.

-, faculties to administer, 21, 262, 367, 578, 615, 721.

-, neglect in administering, 553, 767.

-, parishioners allowed to die without, 553, 578, 606, 858.

-, parishioners unable to attend parish church to receive, 429, 505, 578, 645, 664, 693, 862. See also Baptism; Confession; Eucharist; Extreme Unction; Orders.

Sacrilege, 75.

Sacrist, to receive grant for ringing of bells on anniversary, 268.

Sacristship, 557, 574, 577, 680, 834.

Safe conducts, 211, 212, 217, 221, 223, 226, 232, 247, 256, 272, 276, 278.

St. Augustine, rule of, 326, 400.

St. Benedict, order of. See Benedictine order.

St. Benettis College. See Cambridge.

St. Bridget, order of, nun of, house not named, 754.

St. Clare, order of, house of. See London, religious houses.

-, -, members of, decree extending an indult to, 646, 647.

-, -, grant of the jubilee indulgence to, 50.

St. Francis, order of. See Friars Minors, order of.

St. Francis, Third order of, called the Order of Penance, house of. See Ballymote; Clonkeen; Court.

-, -, brothers and sisters of in England, decree extending indulgence to, 646, 647.

-, -, house of burned and despoiled, 120.

-, -, indulgence granted for alms for the repair of house of, and roads leading to it, 836.

-, -, petition of, 687.

St. Gilbert, order of. See Gilbertine Order.

St. John of Jerusalem, order of. See Hospitallers.

St. Lazarus of Jerusalem, order of the knighthood (militia) of. See Lazarite order.

St. Leonard alias St. Peter, hospital of, brothers of not belonging to any approved order, 243.

St. Mary of the Cruciferi , order of, houses of. See Dublin; Limerick; Ospringe.

St. Peter, protection of. See Exemption.

-, Richard Heron taken under the protection of, 235.

SS. Peter and Paul, devotion of William Lucas to, 625.

St. Saviour, order of. See Syon.

St. Victor, order of, houses of. See Bristol; Dublin (St. Thomas the Martyr); Muckamore; Newtown; St. John's; Waterford (St. Catherine).

Salary, of chantry chaplain, 265.

Salt pans, rents of granted in frankalmoin, 367.

Saltum , ordination per, 2, 199.

Salutation of the Blessed Virgin Mary, 91.

Sanctuary, places of, 233.

Sarplers, Sarplerz, of wool, 229.

Saturdays, indult to eat fleshmeat on, 626.

Scandal, arising from the mingling of lands from which rectors receive tithes, 215.

Scapular, Benedictine, 156.

Schismatics, faculty to receive abjurations of, 199.

Scots, English minor penitentiary to hear confessions of, 207.

-, king of, benefice in the patronage of, 844.

-, -, chapel of, 192.

-, -, counsellor of, 276.

-, -, envoy of, 272.

-, -, orator of, 208, 223, 226, 355. See Blackader, Robert; Boys, Henry.

-, -, physician of, 305.

-, -, scribe of, 830.

-, - See also James III.

Scots, queen of. See Margaret.

Scots nation, minor penitentiary for, 210.

Scribe, in criminal causes involving death or mutilation, dispensation for, to be promoted to orders, 626.

-, of acts of enquiry by papal judges, 688, 689.

-, of episcopal court, 721.

-, of James III, king of Scots, 830.

Scriptor , papal and member of the pope's household. See Altissen, Peter; Gerona, John.

Seals:

common, of succentor and vicars choral of Lichfield, 268.

of bishop, 723.

of Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem, 255, 256 note.

of ordinary, 500.

of the official of the episcopal consistory of Wells, 294.

petty, of Montpellier, 241.

of papal collector, 263.

of the society of the merchants of the Staple of Calais, 228, 229.

of the vicar general in spirituals of the bishop of Wells, 294.

Secular arm, 48, 187, 198, 205, 262, 547, 583, 639, 711.

Secular lords, courts of, professional singers prefer to frequent, than to take orders, 679.

Sempringham, Sempryngham, order of. See Gilbertine Order.

Sentences of Peter Lombard, student of, 615.

Sententiarius theologiae , 615 note.

Sequestration, 205, 262, 377, 455.

Server, rector of united parishes so called, 336.

Sexagenarian, 446.

Shrines of the Apostles, dispensation to anchorite to leave enclosure to make pilgrimage to, 625.

-, indult to visit by proxy, 468, 686.

-, oath to visit, absolution from, 288.

Sickness, temporary or permanent, a ground of deprivation of chantry chaplain, 265.

Simony, 12, 20, 21, 22, 28, 29, 30, 31, 36, 37, 49, 51, 57 (bis), 71, 81 (bis), 82, 87, 93, 95, 98, 102, 112, 113, 123, 124, 125, 140, 141, 149, 153 (bis), 166, 171, 173, 180, 182, 188, 189, 285, 298, 302 (bis), 333, 334, 340, 353, 355, 356, 361, 366, 369, 371, 389, 390, 391, 412, 414, 420, 421, 422 (bis), 436, 438, 440, 442, 477, 508, 514, 531, 533, 534, 566, 622, 652, 654, 655, 666, 702, 703, 729, 742, 758, 761, 765, 768, 774, 848, 856, 857.

-, by executors of papal letters, 102, 298, 389, 420, 438, 443, 664, 673.

-, decrees of Martin V, Eugene IV, Paul II and Pius II against and penalties for, 355, 362, 394, 412, 443, 508, 533, 566, 652, 748, 768, 848, 856.

Singers, lack of, as vicars choral in the royal chapel at Westminster, 679.

Staple of Calais, society of the merchants of the. See Calais.

Statutes, of the Benedictine order, 80, 81.

-, of colleges, collegiate churches and chantries, 97, 103, 114, 117, 138, 146, 243, 264–9, 437, 438, 620, 678, 679, 751.

-, of the diocese of Tuam, 88.

-, of England, 631, 632.

-, of mortmain, 367.

-, of the Order of the Garter, 247.

-, synodal, of the province of Cashel, 394.

Studium , after the manner of the Irish, 345.

-, particulare, 61, 301.

Subdeacon. See Orders.

Subdeacons papal. See Candour, Thomas; Giglis, John de.

Succentor and vicars choral of Lichfield, agreement by, 268.

Succentorship, foundation and erection of, 628.

Suffragial letters, 646.

Synodal constitutions, of Comté 194.

Synodal statutes, of Cashel, 394.

Synod, holding of in collegiate church, 215.

-, bishops forbidden to compel monks to attend, 481.

T

Taxation and values of benefices, books of, 197.

Tenth, for the crusade, to be imposed on clergy of Scotland, 204.

Testament, disability to make, imposed as a penalty, 242.

-, provisions of, chantry founded by, 406, 615.

-, -, goods left to pious uses by, 357, 780.

-, -, greater excommunication for hindering execution of, 560.

-, -, licence to monastery to lease a house in Rome contrary to, 333.

-, -, refusal of executors to distribute food according to, 784.

Testament, suits concerning, 357, 560, 597, 780, 784, 801, 860.

Theft, of valuables from Earl Rivers, 221, 222.

Thief, 70.

Tithes, agreement concerning, 291.

-, appropriation of, to provostship of college, 645.

-, assignment of, to hospital, 490.

-, corn, 86.

-, disputes concerning, 289, 322, 374, 458, 541, 837.

-, exemption from, 481.

-, farm of, 259.

-, grant of, to prevent judicial enquiry, 334.

-, mingling of lands from which rectors receive, 215.

-, non-payment of, faculty to absolve in cases of, 2, 199.

-, of corn sheaves, 374.

-, of corn sheaves of towns, 462.

-, of sheaves, 645.

-, parcel of, assigned as a title to a secular clerk, 96.

-, payment of, from the lands of Muswell chapel to the parish church of Clerkenwell, 225.

-, usurpation of, 272, 328.

Tonsure, faculty to an abbot to give, 4.

-, giving of, 28.

Tonsure, to be worn by notary public, 473.

Trade, engaged in by a clerk, 163.

Translation of bishops. See Bishops.

Trinitarian Friars, for the redemption of captives, habit of, 163.

-, houses of:

in England. See Easton, co. Wilts.

in Ireland. See Adare.

in Scotland. See Berwick-on-Tweed; Fail; Peebles.

-, order of, minister of, 36.

-, -, Robert preceptor major called minister of, union made by, 491.

-, -, preceptorship of, granted in commendam to Dominican friar, 237.

Turcopolier, Turchopolarius, Turchopolerius, Crucifer called Turcupilarius. See Kendall, John; Weston, John.

Turks, the, alms for the repelling of, 253.

-, attack of, on Rhodes, 254.

-, -, indult for help against, extended, 259.

-, conquests and ravages of, 204.

-, crusade against, 204, 208.

-, defence of the Christian religion against, 103, 198, 203.

-, expedition or fleet against, 62.

-, fleet prepared against, 102, 206.

-, fleet and army against, maintenance of, 50 (bis).

-, help of Scotland against, 203.

-, indult to persons giving alms for defence against, 254.

-, siege of Rhodes by, 177.

-, steps taken by successive popes against, 204.

U

Underwood, 293.

Union of benefices:

annual rents to a dignity, 602.

archdeaconry to archdeaconry, 449.

bishopric to bishopric, 90, 187.

chancellorship to archdeaconry, 668.

chapel to chaplaincy, 382.

- to prebend, 350.

- to priory, 443.

- to rectory, 175.

parcel of parish to vicarage, 422.

poor hospital to monastery, 13.

prebend to dignity, 314, 795.

priory to chapel royal, 14, 19.

- to college, 1, 356.

- to episcopal mensa, 38, 325, 616.

- to priory, 491.

rectory to archdeaconry, 86, 190, 194, 844.

- to archiepiscopal mensa, 54, 72.

- to canonry, 303, 533, 580, 770.

- to canonry and prebend, 70, 155 (bis), 161, 175, 246, 457, 472, 652, 671, 701, 753, 770, 807, 808.

- to capitular mensa, 704.

- to chancellorship, 795.

- to college, 487, 612; of Culdees, 320.

- to deanery, 195.

- to hospital, 58, 650.

- to mensa of collegiate church, 25.

- to monastery, 42, 89, 163, 289, 291, 578, 667, 833.

- to prebend, 137, 391, 580.

- to rectory, 4, 76, 123, 577, 617, 773.

- to vicarage, 65, 96, 124, 131, 739, 766.

rectory and vicarage to canonry and prebend, 185.

vicarage to archdeaconry, 75, 190, 194.

-, to canonry, 619, 665.

-, to canonry and prebend, 70, 71, 122, 153, 167, 174, 185, 605, 612, 619, 707, 814, 841.

-, to deanery, 189, 403, 440, 838.

-, to monastery, 192, 608.

-, to prebend, 70, 71, 87, 95, 135, 334, 605, 664, 755, 772.

-, to precentorship, 655.

-, to priory, 324, 702, 707.

-, to rectory, 455, 533, 666, 741.

-, to treasurership, 843.

-, to vicarage, 12, 66, 96, 174, 301, 421, 482, 563, 566, 595, 696, 731, 741, 757, 761.

Unions of benefices, confirmation of, 70, 175, 455, 650, 795.

-, dissolution of, 13, 19, 42, 54, 65, 89, 123, 303, 326, 350, 440, 455, 593, 602, 664, 665, 667, 702, 703, 770, 809.

-, -, ipso facto for non payment of annates, 76.

Universities, difficulty of access to from Ireland, 427.

- See also Dublin; Cambridge; Oxford; Paris; Rome; St. Andrews.

University, dispensation to take fruits of benefices while studying at. See Residence.

-, dispensation not to be promoted to orders while studying at. See Orders.

-, a certain college in, 237.

-, college in, confirmation of foundation of, 97.

Usury, 348.

-, faculty to grant absolution in cases of, 2, 199.

V

Val-des-Choux, order of. See Pluscardine.

Valetudinarian archdeacon, indult to, 4.

Veil, received by nun from bishop other than her ordinary, 636.

Versicle, proper to the Name of Jesus to be sung with antiphon and prayer every Friday, 268.

Vespers, chantry chaplain to be present at, in choir dress, on solemn days, greater double feasts and Sundays, 265.

Vestments, provision for, 116.

-, indults to bless, 272, 410.

Vicarages, Acts of Parliament concerning the erection and reservation of portions of, 631.

-, erection, endowment and reservation of portions of, 468, 579, 610, 844, 857.

-, partition of fruits of, unlawful, 57, 58.

Vicars choral, 265, 268, 269, 679, 714.

Vicar general in spirituals, appointment of by chapter, sede vacante, 77.

-, doubt of jurisdiction of, 226.

-, forced to resign, 313.

-, institution by, 360.

-, institution refused by, 855.

-, resignation of portion of rectory to, 215.

-, seal of, 294.

-, special powers of, to collate and provide, 295.

Vicar general, papal, in the city of Imola. See Visconti de Riario, Jerome.

Vice chancellor of the Roman church. See Roman church.

Victuals, difficulty of obtaining in the marshlands around Crowland, 288.

Violence, 120, 175, 184, 196, 279, 313, 348, 360, 366, 418, 544, 663, 858.

-, petition for judicial separation on grounds of, 515.

Visitation, by deputy, faculty for. See Archdeacons; Bishops; Deans.

-, of Benedictine monastery, by bishop, 368.

-, -, by visitor of the general chapter of the Benedictine order, 617.

-, of churches in Scotland governed by regular canons, by papal mandatories, 13.

-, of churches and monasteries in Ireland, England and Wales, by papal nuncios, 50, 51.

-, of Cluniac monasteries, by the abbot of Cluny, 191, 486.

-, of monasteries, exempt and non exempt, in England and Wales and adjacent islands by papal nuncio, 205, 571.

-, -, Glastonbury exempt from, 572.

-, -, houses of Mendicant friars exempt from, 205.

Vow, of perpetual chastity taken by widow before bishop, 835.

Vows, commutation of, faculties for, 102, 188, 198, 200, 204, 206, 213, 240, 245, 247, 249, 273, 448, 469, 481.

-, -, money received for, to be assigned to the fabric of churches in Rome, 200.

Vulgar tongue, mandate to publish indult in, 204.

W

Wars, losses caused by, 44, 134, 146, 326, 365, 374, 406, 480, 491.

Warden, master of college of minor canons, so called, 464.

-, of appropriated priory, removable at will, 367.

Wardenship, Benedictine priory so called, 385.

-, chapels so called, 272, 543, 642.

-, of the chapel royal at Windsor, 669.

-, of Manchester. See Manchester.

Water, blessing of, 465.

Waters of Dee and Done, farm of, 504.

Wax candle, to be placed on high altar at each renewal of lease, 830.

Weapons:

bow, 147.

bow and arrow, 466.

iron axe, 279.

iron-tipped stick, 147.

lance, 279.

sword, 175, 279, 597.

wood, piece of, 45.

Widow, habit and ring worn by after the manner of England, 835.

-, indult to exercise the office of public notary after marriage with, 634, 648, 676, 827.

Wife, excommunication publicly proclaimed against deserter of, 309.

Will. See Testament.

Wine, one hogshead of, reserved as yearly pension, 504.

Witnesses, depositions of, in enquiry before papal judge delegate, 689, 690.

-, examined as to fitness of candidate for provision to benefice, 593.

-, subornation of, 528.

-, to a marriage, threatened with punishment as false, corrupt and perjured, 570.

Witnesses, lay, citation of clerk to appear before, 225.

-, refusal of clerk to appear before, 226.

Wool, of England, great bales of called 'sarplers,’ imported to Calais, 229.

Woollen cloth, given as payment, 653.