Regesta 5
1200-1205

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'Regesta 5: 1200-1205', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: 1198-1304 (1893), pp. 9-19. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=95997 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. V.

3 Innocent III.

n.d.
Lateran.
(fragment, f. 1.)
Mandate to — to adjudge to the bishop the churches in his possession, and to the prior and convent of Glastonbury, the churches in their possession within three months. But, if the bishop be unable to return to England within that time, the mandate is to be carried out after enquiry. Herbert, monk of Glastonbury, is appointed proctor for the monks, unless within eight days after the receipt of this letter they elect another. The pope has inhibited the bishop from exacting or detaining any goods of the church of Glastonbury. (Imperfect.) [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 869.]
n.d.
Lateran.
(fragment, f. 2d.)
Letter to the king of Connaught informing him in answer to his questions, that if a free man takes refuge in a church, whatever he has done, he is not to be violently expelled, or delivered up to death or punishment, but rectors of churches ought to obtain for him life and limbs, he making satisfaction for his crime, unless he be a public thief or highwayman. If a slave takes refuge in a church after his lord has taken an oath to the clergy not to hurt him, he is to be compelled to return to service. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 875.]
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de immunitate ecclesiastica.
6 Id. Nov.
Lateran.
(fragment, f. 9.)
Mandate to the bishop of Lincoln to enquire into the case of A. chaplain, who, in the pope's presence, has shown that, being ill and unable to sleep or eat, he mounted his horse to get an appetite; the horse, his bit being broken, went at a great pace, knocked down a woman and infant, killing the latter, since which time the chaplain has not presumed to celebrate. The pope decides that, if the facts are as stated, the chaplain, inasmuch as he neither by will or deed committed homicide, may celebrate divine offices. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 898.]
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de homicidio.
n.d.
(fragment, f. 18d.)
— to the archbishop of Armagh and the bishops of Clonfert (Cluanferden) and Kilfenora (Duacen), on the statement of the bishop of Ardfert, that the archbishop of Cashel refused to consecrate him, on which he went to Rome to be consecrated by the late pope, who ordered them to examine the alleged facts by the abbots of St. Brandan's and St. Mary's Dilen, and clerks of the said church, upon which the archbishop was enjoined to consecrate him within twenty days, and if he refused, the bishop elect was to be consecrated within twenty days of his confirmation by the said archbishop and bishops (Imperfect.) [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 929.]
Kal. Feb.
Lateran.
(fragment, f. 21.)
Protection to the prior and canons regular of St. Mary's Chirbury (de Chrisberi), and confirmation to them of the church of St. Michael with its appurtenances, and all the land of their demesne, to make their buildings between the cemetery and the public road, the place of the mill of Brade brugefort, all the land and wood in Sned to be assarted, and the mill of Chirstore, and the miller's messuage which is between the cemetery and the bank, a virgate of Matthew's land which he holds in the field next Winnisburi and the lawn of Redivor and the whole assart of Gervase, brother of the hospital, a burgage in Montgomery, that is, an acre of land of their demesne and five acres on the side of the town, and the mill of Chire and a virgate of land belonging to the said mill, with the meadow and messuage of Ralph the fisher, &c. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 944.]

5 Innocent III.

6 Kal. April.
Lateran.
(f. 5d.)
Letter to the king of England, congratulating him on having confessed his sins, and urging him to attend to the counsel of the archbishop of Canterbury, that he should send a hundred soldiers to the relief of the Holy Land, and build a Cistercian monastery. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 972.]
10 Kal. May.
Lateran.
(f. 6.)
Letter to the bishop of Worcester in answer to his question as to what is to be done in the difficulty he has in bringing suits to satisfactory conclusion by reason of the border warfare between England and Wales, so that a person cited is unable to appear. The pope directs him in such cases to appeal to himself. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 974.]
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de appellationibus.
8 Kal. May.
Lateran.
(f. 6.)
Indult to the same, that as often as religious houses over which he has to exercise ecclesiastical discipline interpose vexatious appeals, he may, taking counsel with others, correct what is wrong. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 975.]
[July.]
(f. 13d.)
Letter to the king of France on his divorce, in which the pope quotes the case of king John, who was separated, but not divorced, from his wife. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1015.]
Kal. June.
Lateran.
(f. 14d.)
Intimation to Master Honorius, archdeacon of Richemund, that since the archdeaconry was given to him by the archbishop of York, and institution duly made by the same, the archdeaconry cannot be transferred to another.
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de concessione prebende. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1021.]
3 Non. June.
Lateran.
(f. 15.)
Mandate to the dean and chapter of York to receive Master Honorius as archdeacon of Richmond, and informing them that the pope has ordered the bishop of Ely and Norwich and the dean of Lincoln to carry out this mandate; with order to remove R. de Sancto Eadmundo from the archdeaconry. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1025.]
n.d.
Lateran.
(f. 15d.)
Letter to the king, informing him of the pope's proceedings in the above matter, and asking him not to hinder the execution of the sentence. [Ibid., 1026.]
2 Non. June.
Lateran.
(f. 15d.)
Letter to the archbishop of Canterbury, informing him of the proceedings against R. sometime abbot of Thorney (Tornea), in which the bishops of Winchester and Durham had taken part. The sentence against him is upheld, and provision is ordered to be made for him out of the rents of Thorney in some religious house. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1026.]
2 Kal. June.
Lateran.
(f. 16.)
Approval to the same of his proposal to add two archdeacons to the one already in the church of Canterbury. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1029.]
2 Kal. Jan.
Lateran.
(f. 16.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, the dean of Lincoln, and the archdeacon of Bedford to go to York and examine and report concerning the charges made against G. archbishop of York. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1029.]
13 Kal. May.
Lateran.
(f. 16d.)
Confirmation to the bishop of Exeter of the churches of St. Peter (Petroc), St. Stephen, Peran Uthnoe, Probos, St. Peter Plimton, Branton, St. Stephen Exeter, and Colinton, and the chaplaincy of Boseam. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1034.]
4 Id. June.
(Ibid.)
Indult to the same to deprive those sons of clerks who have immediately succeeded to the benefices of their fathers in his diocese. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1034.]
1202.
n.d.
(f. 17.)
Exhortation and mandate to king John to restore what he has taken from the bishop of Limoges, and to make satisfaction; if he does not, the archbishop of Bourges is ordered to put the land under an interdict. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1036.]
n.d.
Subiaco.
(f. 23.)
Order to the bishop of the Orkneys to receive Lumberd, a layman, the bearer of this letter, and cause him to perform his enjoined penance for having, on an expedition with the earl of Caithness, stormed a castle in which he took the bishop of Caithness, whose tongue he was, as he says, forced by some of the earl's army to cut out. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1062.]
8 Kal. Oct.
Velletri.
(f. 26.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, the abbot of St. Edmunds, and the prior of Canterbury, to establish the churches of Bath and Glastonbury on the same footing as other cathedrals in England in which the chapter is composed of monks. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1076.]
12 Kal. Oct.
Velletri.
(f. 27d.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely to confirm the composition made between the abbot and monks of St. Edmunds and the abbot and convent of Battle, about the patronage of the church of Mildehale, which, with the town of the same, was given by king Eadward to the monastery of St. Edmunds. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1083.]
4 Kal. Oct.
Velletri.
(f. 28.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, the abbot of St. Edmunds, and the prior of Canterbury, to bring to an end the dispute between the prior and convent of Glastonbury and the bishop of Bath and Glastonbury. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1085.]
n.d.
Velletri.
(f. 28d.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely and the abbot of St. Edmunds to examine whether G. son of Peter, H. Bardof, W. de Stoteville, W. Briewer, R. de Burkeleia, A. and E. Basset, are so much needed in the realm that they should be dispensed from their vows as crusaders. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1088.]
Id. Dec.
Lateran.
(f. 38.)
Mandate to the bishops of Ely and Norwich, on the showing of the prior and monks of Durham, to institute to a void vicarage a fit person, presented to the archbishop of York by the said prior and monks, but whom the archbishop has delayed to admit: and, meanwhile, to cause the monks to enjoy the fruits of the benefice. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1134.]
Non. Jan.
(f. 39d.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, on complaint by the prior and convent of Durham, to enquire into the case and order the person whose canonical presentation is proved to be presented to the archbishop of York, to be by him instituted in the church of Hoveden, which had been given by the said prior and convent to P. Thebert, nephew of the bishop of Durham, whom the archbishop had delayed to institute, as the pope had been informed by letters from the abbots of Newminster (de Novo monasterio) and Blancland and the official of Northumberland, his opponent being Simon de Ferlinton, whose proctor has brought to Rome letters asserting that the church of Hoveden was previously given to him by the said prior and monks. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1140.]
[Jan. 25.]
Lateran.
(f. 43d.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely and the dean and precentor of Lincoln to revoke whatever is attempted to the prejudice of the bishop, prior, monks, and clerks of Durham, after their appeal to the pope, and while the bishop is on pilgrimage to place himself and all his episcopal possessions under the protection of the pope. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1160.]
15 Kal. Mar.
Lateran.
(f. 45d.)
Mandate to the abbot of St. Edmunds, the dean of Lincoln, and P. of Blois, archdeacon of Bath, to examine and decide the case of T. de Pertico, archdeacon [of Northumberland], about the churches of Estfolio and Seton, of which, he says, he has been deprived, and those of Overton and Lintewetestre, from which he received 100l. a year. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1170.]
10 Kal. Mar.
Lateran.
(f. 47.)
Exhortation to the king not to interfere with the liberties of the church, pointing out to him the injuries he has done to the bishop of Bath and certain abbots on their return from Rome, whither they had been sent by the king in the business of the crusaders, and injuries to the bishop of Limoges, the bishop of Poitiers, the sees of Lincoln and Seez, and the archbishop of Dublin. [Opp. ed. Migne, i. 1175.]

6 Innocent III.

6 Kal. Mar.
Lateran.
(f. 49.)
Mandate to the prior of Osene to enjoin a fitting penance on W. the bearer of the present letter, who, having married a wife, committed incest and adultery with her sister, and says he is too poor to go to Jerusalem. The wife is to be admonished not to cohabit with him, and to remain continent during his life. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 10.]
12 Kal. May.
Lateran.
(f. 57d.)
Mandate to the abbot of Abenton, the prior of Henli, and Master M. canon of Berlinton, in the diocese of Bangor, to cause to be observed the sentence about the marriage between the daughter of the prince of the Isles and L[ewellin], prince of North Wales. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 49.]
2 Id. May.
Ferentino.
(f. 58d.)
Mandate to the bishop and chapter of Worcester to obey the pope's order touching the canonization of Wulstan, bishop and confessor, whose life had been written in English a hundred years before, the examination of the cause having been committed to the archbishop of Canterbury, the bishop of Ely, and the abbots of St. Edmunds and Wiburn. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 59.]
12 Kal. June.
Ferentino.
(f. 59.)
Reproof to the king for his treatment of the archbishop of Dublin, whom he has deprived of his temporalities, ordering the justiciary of Ireland to cause the spiritualities of the see to be administered by the archbishop of Cashel. If these wrongs are not remedied within a month, the pope will issue an interdict.
Mandate in pursuance to the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishop of Ely. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 61.]
[7 Kal. June.]
Ferentino.
(f. 59d.)
(f. 60.)
Exhortation to the king of France to make peace or truce with the king of England.
Similar letter to the king of England. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 64.]
9 Kal. June.
Ferentino.
(f. 61.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Rouen to put all Normandy which is of his jurisdiction, under an interdict, if the king of England does not receive into favour the bishop of Séez within a month after his receipt of the pope's letter. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 69.]
7 Kal. June.
Ferentino.
(f. 61.)
Mandate to the bishops of Ely and Worcester, the elections of the abbot of St. Domuel, and of G. archdeacon of Brecon, to the see of St. Davids being cancelled by the pope, to induce the canons to make a unanimous election; and, if this is not done, to promote some fit person, and cause him to be consecrated by the metropolitan. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 70.]
4 Kal. June.
Ferentino.
(f. 63d.)
Mandate to the priors of Weneloc and Henli, in the dioceses of Hereford and Bangor, to examine witnesses, and send the written depositions to the pope, commanding the parties in the cause between the bishop of Bangor and R. sometime sub-prior of Aberconwe, to appear before the pope; but, if either is unable to do so, then to proceed in the cause according to the papal mandate. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 81.]
14 Kal. July.
Ferentino.
(f. 67.)
Mandate to the bishop of Durham, the dean and the prior of Holy Trinity, York, to hear the witnesses on either side in the cause between G. archdeacon of St. Davids and the archbishop of Canterbury, and to send the depositions to Rome, ordering the parties to appear with a fixed time before the pope, either personally or by agents.
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de testibus et atestatis. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 95.]
15 Kal. July.
Ferentino.
(f. 67d.)
Confirmation to earl Duncan of the composition between him and the church of St. Andrews, touching the patronage of certain churches, made in the presence of J. cardinal of St. Stephen's and the king of Scotland. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 96.]
10 Kal. July.
Ferentino.
(f. 68d.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, the abbot of Torreton, and the dean of Lincoln, to take care that persons presented to the archbishop of York for institution by the prior and canons of Kirkeham are admitted by him to their churches. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 100.]
12 Kal. July.
Ferentino.
(f. 70d.)
Indult to the bishop of Norwich to deprive of their benefices those married clerks in his diocese who have publicly contracted marriage.
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de clericis conjugatis. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 110.]
Non. Nov.
Anagni.
(f. 85d.)
Mandate to the dean and chapter of Lismore to receive M. abbot of St. Benedict of the Cistercian Order, elected by them as their bishop, in succession to F. who resigned his office into the hands of J. cardinal of St. Stephen's. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 175.]
Non. Nov.
Anagni.
(f. 85d.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Tuam and the bishops of Kilmacduagh and Ferris, to declare excommunicate the bishop of Waterford and others, who seized, despoiled, wounded, imprisoned, and beat the bishop elect of Lismore. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 176.]
2 Kal. Nov.
Anagni.
(f. 85d.)
Exhortation to the king of France to make peace or truce with England. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 176.]
2 Kal. Nov.
Anagni.
(f. 87.)
Notification to the bishop of Sens, that the pope has ordered the abbot of Casamario to publish a sentence of excommunication against those who take arms against the king of England, and ordering him to do the same. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 181.]
The like to the chapter of Rheims and the suffragans of Rheims.
The like to the archbishop of Bourges and his suffragans.
2 Kal. Nov.
Anagni.
(f. 87.)
Mandate to the abbot of Casamario to carry out the pope's wishes for a peace or truce between the two kings, and if he cannot do this, to excommunicate the king of France. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 181.]
2 Kal. Nov.
Anagni.
(f. 87.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Bourges and the abbot of Casamario to take cognisance of the dispute between the kings of England and France, and if they find the complaint of the former to be just, the abbot is to proceed according to the pope's letter, as above. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 182.]
2 Kal. Nov.
Anagni.
(f. 87.)
Letter to John, king of England, setting out the cause of the war made against him by Philip, king of France, and blaming him for his delay in coming before his liege lord. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 182.]
1204.
2 Non. Jan.
Anagni.
(f. 96d.)
Letter to the same, urging him to fulfil his obligation in regard to the dower of his widowed sister-in-law Berengaria, who is obliged to leave his realm and beg of her sister B. countess of Troyes. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 220.]
1204.
5 Kal. Feb.
Anagni.
(f. 102.)
Mandate to the archbishop, the dean, and the archdeacon of Bourges, to examine the allegations against H. archbishop of Bordeaux, who, on the death of king Richard, took possession of fortified places, suffered none to go out to till the land, and committed many grievous crimes. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 243.]

7 Innocent III.

6 Non. Mar.
Anagni.
(f. 115d.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely and the abbot of St. Edmunds, to cause to be paid to James de Tosto and other Roman merchants sums due to them from Roger de Sancto Edmundo, who pledged his benefices to them for a certain sum of money when about to set out for the Holy Land. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 298.]
2 Non. Mar.
Anagni.
(f. 117.)
Mandate to G. de Gedeworde, G. de Driburg, and Master J. rector of Lilleschae, to examine and report to the pope on the cause between the monks of Melros and Alban, who has taken away from them certain lands granted in alms by his father William to the church of Machelin in order to turn them into a forest. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 309.]
6 Kal. April.
Lateran.
(f. 117d.)
Letter to the archbishop of Canterbury in reply to his questions about delegates of appeals. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 310.]
16 Kal. April.
Lateran.
(f. 118d.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Canterbury, the bishop of Ely, and the abbot of St. Edmunds, not to suffer Ernald Bil to be molested in regard to the presentation of Robert de Brom to the church of Filebi, of his patronage, he having obtained papal letters on the matter to the abbot of Sibeton and his fellow judges. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 315.]
Kal. April.
Lateran.
(f. 119.)
Mandate to the bishop of Ely, the abbot of St. Edmunds, and the dean of Chichester, to make enquiry and examine witnesses touching the privileges of the chapter of York, and the discords which appear to have arisen from the abuse of them by the dean and canons. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 316.]
n.d.
Lateran.
(f. 121d.)
Order to the abbot of Casamario to take cognisance of the cause between the kings of France and England. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 329.]
1204.
n.d.
(f. 122.)
Confirmation to Master Thomas de Disce, canon of Southwell (Suellen), of the prebend of Mosham, granted to him by the archbishop of York, being one of two prebends made out of one large one. (Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 332.)
5 Id. May.
Lateran.
(f. 124d.)
Mandate to the bishops of Lincoln and Worcester to enquire about the injuries inflicted by the archbishop of York on the envoy of the nephew of G[regory], cardinal of St. George's, and to put him in peaceful possession of his prebend. (Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 342.)
1204.
2 Id. May.
Lateran.
(f. 125d.)
Mandate to the bishop, the dean, and the precentor of Hereford, to decide the cause of John, master of the hospital of York, elected by the brethren, and put in office by the archbishop, whom the dean and chapter desire to remove.
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra de appellationibus. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 346.]
13 Kal. June.
Lateran.
(f. 125d.)
Mandate to the same, to decide the cause between the archbishop and John, rector of the hospital of York, of the one part, and the dean and chapter of the other, touching the removal of the said rector. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 347.]
2 Kal. June.
Lateran.
(f. 131.)
Mandate to the prior of Essebi, Master H. de Gillevillis, canon of Lincoln, and Master A. de Wilna, rector of Bareswith, in the said diocese, to take proceedings in the cause of Agnes, whose father and stepmother, in order to deprive her of her heritage, shut her up in the monastery of Haverholm. The canons and nuns of Sempingham declare that she took the habit out of devotion, but refuse to confirm their assertion by an oath. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 368.]
7 Kal. June.
Lateran.
(f. 131.)
Confirmation to the prior and monks of St. Andrew's Ardes of their possessions, especially the churches of Ynchemackargi, Arkien, Donanachsi, St. Andrew de Duncro, St. Nicholas in Ardes, Kilkorkevnan, Kilbracsi, St. Corcan, Stacherole, Erderacheth, and all churches and benefices of Modernie, and of the demesne of John de Curci, from the water of Dalenard to that of Kerlingford, except the church of the castle of Maincove. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 368.]
7 Kal. June.
Lateran.
(f. 131d.)
Confirmation to the prior and monks of Folkestan of their possessions, especially the churches of Hauekinge, Aukeham, a moiety of the tithings of Niweton, the tithes of Teterlingham, of Waleton, of Northewode, and of Standove, and a third part of the tithing of Fliete. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 369.]
3 Id. June.
Lateran.
(f. 131d.)
Confirmation to the prior and monks of St. Andrew, Stokes (Stokecurcy) of their possessions, especially the churches of Wotone, Lullinstoke, Hoilefort, Kichestoh, two parts of the tithe of Corniton, the whole tithe of one enclosure of Cumba, two parts of the tithe of Wileton, two parts of the tithe of Lullinstoke, the right they have in the chapelry of the castle of Stokes, one hide of land in the territory of the said castle, the land of Tinelande, one ferling of land, one acre of meadow, half a virgate of Breche, and a new mill; in Wales, the patronage of the church of Traigru; in Ireland, in Ulster, all the churches and benefices of the lordship of John de Curci, from the water of Dalnart to that of Kerlingfort, except the castle of Maincove, ten carucates of land in Ardes, that is, in the land of Maccolochan; in Dalboing in Hailo, that is, the town and church of Arderashac, and ten carucates of land; in Kinelmolan, three carucates of land.
[Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 370; cf. Ninth Report of Hist. MSS. Commission, i. 354.]
14 Kal. July.
Lateran.
(f. 140.)
Mandate to — on complaint by the bishop of Durham, to compel the prior and monks to show him due obedience, and to make satisfaction for injuries done to him. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 405.]
Id. Oct.
St. Peter's.
(f. 146.)
Confirmation to Herluin, bishop of Leighlin, and his successors of their possessions, namely, the city of Leighlin, Cluam, Eidnec, Thechmochna, Techmoedoch, in Nuaconghail, Domnachescrach, Tulach, and Collabbain, Sruthar, Glondussen, Cetorlocth, Slebre, Glorach, Cluaitiencia, Achadarglaiss, Jurnaide, Lenidruim, Urard, Techmolling, Midisselle, Berrech Athfadat, Cellasnad, and Artingenaeda, Ircullend, Dissurtbrich, Balanna, Cellederggidam, Radmor, Tilachfortchin, Cluammormoedoc Achadadall, Druimcosinti, Ratbilec and Cellmecchatil; in the parish[es of] Hubargay, Hubuy, Leys, Hofelmeht, Fodereth, Odron, with Thathmolig; with their churches possessions and bondmen. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 432.]
17 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 159.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Canterbury and the bishops of Ely and Worcester to enquire, determine, and report to the pope touching the dower due from king John to his sister-in-law Berengaria. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 475.]
14 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 159d.)
Answer to the bishop of Ely to his questions on various points of canon law relating to delegations, appeals, revocations, church patronage, donations, parishes and vicars. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 478.]
(In margin) Hoc capitulum est extra officio delegati et de judicibus.
Id. Dec.
St. Peter's.
(f. 161.)
Exhortation to the king of England to replace in his favour the archbishop of Dublin, and to restore what he has taken from him; threatening him with an interdict if he does not comply. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 484.]
1205.
7 Id. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 162d.)
Confirmation to the prior and monks of Lenton of their possessions, namely, the church of Falmaresham with the chapels of Pabeham and Radewell, the churches of Maperteshal, Hecham, Rassenden, Hirencestre, Curtenhale, Herleston, Wichingestun, Fostun, Bruchton, and the chapel of St. Edmund, two carucates of land in Alebi given by Richard de Daivil, twelve bovates of land in Bruchton given by Richard Bussel with a part of his garden, and 15 acres of land and an acre and a half of meadow within Lelund, three virgates of land and three men granted by W. Peverell, tithes in Blidesworde, Neubothle, Duston, Ernesbi, Baresword, Cothis, Hochtun in Piria the tithe of a mill called ‘Tuigrest,’ tithes in Molentun, Desburch Blaculvesle, Aversham (or Aunsham), and in the territory of Empingeham, conceded by Robert late bishop of Lincoln. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 491.]
7 Id. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 163.)
The like to the same of the churches of St. Mary, St. Peter, and St. Nicholas, Nottingham, the churches of Radeford, Langare, Torluaveston, Lindebi, Barton, and Oscington, their right in the churches of Aedingburc and Cotgrave, tithes in Chillewell, Watenho, Aspele, Suthon, Baseford, Torph, Gunolveston, Stapelfort, Langelei, Rudington and Bonei, by concession of W. late archbishop of York. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 492.]
1204.
Id. Dec.
(f. 163.)
Confirmation to the bishop of London of his position as first in dignity among the bishops of his province. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 492.]
1205.
13 Kal. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 173d.)
Mandate to the bishops of Ely, Norwich, and St. Asaph, to bring to and end the cause relating to the marriage of the daughter of the prince of the Isles with L. prince of North Wales. [Opp. ed. Migne, ii. 534.]