Statutes (not included by Baldock & Lisieux)
Fragment of an Epitome of Wolsey's Statutes

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W. Sparrow Simpson (editor)

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1873

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'Statutes (not included by Baldock & Lisieux): Fragment of an Epitome of Wolsey's Statutes', Registrum Statutorum et Consuetudinum Ecclesiae Cathedralis Sancti Pauli Londiniensis (1873), pp. 263-264. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=49147 Date accessed: 02 September 2014.


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XV.

FRAGMENT OF AN EPITOME OF CARDINAL WOLSEY'S STATUTES. (fn. 1)

Statuta Thome Eboracensis. Cap. 6°.

Quicquid residuum ex ipso pede ultra portiones remanserit cum aliis proficuis casualibus et denariorum, ut de . . . (fn. 2)

Vacationes Episcopatus.Proficua casualia.
Obitus. Oblationes. Pitantiæ. Devotiones.Summæ denariorum remanentes.
Legationes. Sepulturæ. Sigillationes. Piperes.
Fines in Patria. Perquisita et Proficua Curiarum et Litarum. (fn. 3)
De boscis, nemoribus, et sylvis communibus.
Dispendii et damni suorum per abrogationem adoptionum nuper factam ipsis provenientem, et nihil inde ad Residentiarios novellos anno eorum primo.Panis major 56 unc. Troy minor 28.
Ad solos Residentiarios Stagiarios ad proprios usus eorundem integre et equaliter inter ipsos dividendas pertinere debere volumus et ordinamus.
Absentes in festis infrascriptis, excusatInfirmitas propria, vel parentum, vel amicorum spiritualium.Causæ idoneæ sunt ut absit per 7 hebdomadas.
Visitatio Curiæ
Ecclesiæ negotia.
Licentia Decani et Capituli si Chorum pascat.

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1 Printed from MS. b. fo. 91 b. The lower half of the verso of this leaf having been left blank by the original scribe, a later hand, circa 1570, has inserted the matter forming the present article. Though of little interest or value in itself, this section furnishes nearly contemporary evidence as to the existence of that portion of Wolsey's Statutes, of which it is an abstract.
2 Sic in orig. ending thus, abruptly. The remainder of the sentence will be found above, Article XIV. cap. 6.
3 Sic, for letarum.