Regesta 28
1263-1264

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'Regesta 28: 1263-1264', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: 1198-1304 (1893), pp. 393-404. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96023 Date accessed: 30 July 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. XXVIII.

3 Urban IV.

5 Id. Sept.
Orvieto.
(f. 2.)
Mandate to Roger de Nortone, abbot of St. Albans, confirming his election by the prior and convent, and directing him to rule the monastery committed to his charge.
Concurrent letters to the prior and convent, and to all vassals of the monastery.
3 Non. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 19.)
Mandate to John de Alneto, a Friar Minor, bishop elect of Raphoe, appointed by the pope. Archdeacon Henry, who had been elected by the minor part of the chapter, having died at Rome, whither he had gone to appeal against the annulling of his election by the archbishop of Armagh; and the postulation by the rest of the chapter of the abbot of Black abbey (Nigra cella) in Deri, having been disallowed by the pope, the said John de Alneto is ordered to undertake the charge and to rule the diocese, any constitution of his order or papal indult notwithstanding.
Ibid. Concurrent letters to the chapter of Raphoe, to the clergy, and to the people of the diocese, and to the archbishop of Armagh, ordering him to consecrate the said bishop elect. [Theiner, 92.]
4 Non. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 20.)
Mandate to Walter, bishop of Worcester, to set before the faithful in England the state of the Holy Land, and by prelates and clerks secular and religious chosen by him to preach the crusade, plenary remission being given by the pope to those penitents who personally assist, and to those who send men or go at the expense of others, and a proportionate pardon to those assisting otherwise, a hundred days of plenary indulgence being granted to penitents who attend processions and sermons. Power is given to the said bishop to compel clerks to promote the crusade, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
Ibid. The like to the bishop of St. Andrews in regard to the faithful in Scotland, and to other bishops in various countries of Europe.
5 Non. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 22)
Mandate to Walter, bishop of Worcester, to collect a yearly hundredth of all church revenues in England for five years for the Holy Land, giving him full powers and faculties to carry out this order, and by preaching indulgences and dispensations to induce and incite, or by censures to compel, all men to assist in the crusade, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
Ibid.
(f. 23.)
The like to the bishop of St. Andrews in regard to Scotland, and to the bishop of St. Davids for Wales, and to other bishops not in England.
10 Kal. Nov.
Orvieto.
(f. 23d.)
Indult, addressed to the bishop of St. Andrews, that crusaders in Scotland shall not be summoned beyond their dioceses by papal or legatine letters, unless special mention be made of this indult.
Ibid. The like to the bishop of St. Davids for Wales, and to other bishops not in England.
10 Kal. Nov.
Orvieto.
(f. 24.)
Request and exhortation to bishops and other prelates of Scotland to assist the bishop of St. Andrews in carrying out the pope's orders addressed to him in regard to the crusade.
Id. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 24.)
The like to archbishops, bishops, and other prelates in Wales.
Kal. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 24d.)
Monition and mandate to all patriarchs, archbishops, bishops, abbots, priors, chapters, convents, colleges of whatever order, deans, archdeacons, provosts, archpriests and other prelates, preceptors or administrators of houses of the Hospitallers and Templars, and St Mary of the Teutons, to receive with honour bishop Walter in his journeys on the business of the crusade, giving safe conduct to 16 horsemen and 25 persons of his suite and providing them with necessaries, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
Ibid. The like to the same concerning the bishops of St. Andrews and St. Davids, and other bishops as above.
1264.
10 Kal. Mar.
Orvieto.
(f. 36.)
Mandate, on the information of the archbishop of Tuam, to the bishops of Elphin and Clonfert, and to the archdeacon of Clonfert, to warn and induce John bishop of Killala to resign, which he obtained from the pope leave to do on the ground that, although illegitimate, he had no papal dispensation. If he does not resign, they are to cite him to appear before the pope within a given time, and they are to send a report of what they do to the pope. [Theiner, 94.]
Id. Jan.
Orvieto.
(f. 36d.)
Mandate on behalf of members of the firms of De Burgo, Simonetti, Octaviani, Bonaiuti, Bacarelli, Baiamonti, and Ardinghi, Florentine merchants, who have lent money to certain persons, to cause the same to be repaid under pain of excommunication. The mandate is addressed to various archbishops, abbots, and prelates, and amongst them to the dean and archdeacon of London, as against the archbishop of Canterbury and some of his suffragans; to James de Portu [treasurer] of Syracuse, and Thomas, canon of Foligno, papal chaplains, living in England, as against the same; to Rufinus de Tonego, archdeacon of Cleveland, and Master Innocent, papal chaplains, living in England, as against the archbishop of York and some of his chaplains; to James de Portu, treasurer of Syracuse, and Thomas, canon of Foligno, as against the same; to the archbishop of Dublin and Angelus, canon of St. Mary's, Frosinone, living in Ireland, as against some suffragans of Dublin; to the same, as against the archbishop of Tuam and some of his suffragans; to the same, as against the archbishop of Cashel and some of his suffragans; to the same, as against the archbishop of Armagh and some of his suffragans; to the bishop of St. Andrews, as against some bishops of Scotland.
Id. Jan.
Orvieto.
(f. 37.)
Like mandate on behalf of Cosa, De Scala, Benincasa, Letta, Spilliati, Spina, and others, Florentine merchants, to various persons, and, amongst them, to the official of Canterbury and the dean of St. Mary le Bow, London, as against the archbishop of Canterbury and some of his suffragans; to the same, as against the archbishop of York and some of his suffragans; to the same, as against some bishops of Scotland.
7 Kal. Feb.
Orvieto.
(f. 37.)
Like mandate on behalf of the Rembertini, Radulphi, Bonfiglioli, and others, merchants of Florence, to the bishop of Dunblane, as against some bishops of Scotland; and to the dean and official of London, as against the archbishop of York and some of his suffragans.
Id. Jan.
Orvieto.
(f. 37.)
Like mandate on behalf of the same merchants to the same, as against the archbishop of Canterbury and some of his suffragans.
1263.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 55d.)
Exhortation and mandate to Guy bishop of Sabina, papal legate in England, to execute his office, and procure peace and tranquillity to the king and realm, in which dissension has arisen between the royal family and the barons and others, to the injury of royalty and danger of the kingdom; some prelates have been seized, despoiled, and imprisoned, collation to benefices is made by those who have no right, and in many ways ecclesiastical liberty is infringed, and crimes and excesses are committed. The legate is ordered to apply such remedies as he shall see fit in England, Wales, and Ireland.
Ibid.
(f. 56.)
Monition and mandate to archbishops, bishops, abbots, and all prelates in England to receive Guy, bishop of Sabina, as papal legate, and obey to his advice and orders.
2 Id. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 56d.)
To Henry III., stating that the chief object of sending the legate is that the king and his house may be restored to their former position, and the kingdom quieted. The pope desires the king to receive the legate favourably and follow his advice.
Id. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 57d.)
The like to the queen.
The like to the earls and barons of the realm.
14 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 57d.)
The like to Edward, the king's eldest son.
n.d. The like to Simon de Montfort, earl of Leicester, who, according to the report of some persons, is the chief among the disturbers of the realm.
2 Id. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 57.)
Notification to the king of France that he has received the ambassadors, and letters of him and his queen, and the next day determined to send the bishop of Sabina to England, Wales, and Ireland, and urging him to assist the legate, who was attached to him when in a lower office, in whatever way he can, so that the king and his house being restored, ecclesiastical liberty may be preserved and peace return to the kingdom.
18 Kal. Jan.
Orvieto.
(f. 57d.)
The like to the queen of France.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 57d.)
Commission to Guy, bishop of Sabina, papal legate, investing him with full powers to act in the pope's name, even in matters not, perhaps, appertaining to his office of legate.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to punish archbishops, bishops, heads of religious houses, exempt or not, convents, chapters or colleges, and all ecclesiastical persons who do not obey him in regard to his mission by suspension, citation to Rome, and deprivation.
Ibid. Power granted to the same to summon to his presence princes, prelates, and others, to make such orders and injunctions, and to demand their aid, as may be necessary to the success of his mission, and to compel obedience by ecclesiastical censure, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 58.)
Faculty to the same to cite persons of his legation to appear before him, even though he be beyond the sea.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to relax oaths taken by the king, the queen, their sons, Edward and Edmun 1, and any persons ecclesiastical or lay, and especially the oath said to have been taken by the queen and her sons with regard to their return to the realm.
8 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 58.)
Faculty to the same to apply, by himself or deputy, such ecclesiastical censures against prelates, convents, nobles, and all persons and bodies of the realm, as he shall see tit.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to relax sentences of suspension, excommunication, and interdict; to remit injuries done to the Roman church, and to admit those who have committed them to the favour of the Holy See; to collect troops and march against those who oppose his mission, and to use ecclesiastical censures against them as he shall see fit.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 58d.)
Mandate to the same to warn and induce all prelates, and nobles, and other clergy or laymen to keep their oaths of fealty to the king, and to dissolve and abjure all conspiracies and confederations made by them, keeping none of their statutes, even though they, the king, queen, and their sons, have sworn to do so; also to compel the said prelates by sentence of suspension, and laymen, by depriving them of their fiefs and other goods which they withhold from certain churches of the realm and others, and to use any other spiritual or temporal coercion. Prelates so suspended are to be summoned to appear before the pope to receive a further sentence.
5 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 58d.)
Mandate to the same to preach a crusade against the prelates and nobles of the realm who rebel against the king or the legate, granting to those penitents who directly or indirectly assist such crusade the same pardon of sins that is granted by the general council to those who go to the help of the Holy Land, with faculty to commute vows, even those for Jerusalem, for this object.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 58d.)
Mandate to the same to warn and induce prelates, nobles, and all other clergy and laymen of the realm, under pain of suspension and deprivation, to give up to the king all his cities, fortresses, lands, towns, castles, goods, and rights, no appeal being allowed: and to deprive, as he shall see fit, the clerks, brothers, sons, and nephews of those who resist him, of their benefices and honours, any grants or conventions to the contrary notwithstanding, by which he is to declare, if expedient, that the king, queen, and their sons, are not bound.
5 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 59.)
Power to the same to compel, as above, the Teutons and others who have assisted the rebels in England, applying sentences of excommunication and interdict, notwithstanding any papal indult to the contrary.
Ibid. Mandate to the archbishop of Cologne and his suffragans to obey whatever may be enjoined them by the above legate in regard to his mission in England, in which they are to assist him; if not, the pope will confirm whatever sentences the legate may issue against them.
14 Kal. Jan.
Orvieto.
(f. 59.)
Power to Guy, bishop of Sabina, papal legate, to deprive those secular clerks who are disobedient to him in matters concerning his mission of all papal favours granted to them, compelling by ecclesiastical censure the executors of the papal letters not to carry out their provisions.
5 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 59.)
Power to the same to exercise ecclesiastical censure against any who in any way injure him or his household, unless they make amends; and against places where such injury is done, unless the lords of those places, being laymen, make amends.
Id. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 59d.)
Declaration, that the legate's special commissions are not to interfere with the general object of his mission, which he is to prosecute fully and freely.
2 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 59d.)
Licence to the same if obliged to leave England to return as often as the circumstances of his mission may require it; and to exercise his office even when not in England.
Ibid. Licence to the same to exercise his office even if he be hindered from entering the realm.
Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 59d.)
Order to the same that, even after the discords in England have ceased, his office of legate, and his commission on other matters, shall endure until he is recalled by the pope.
Ibid. Similar order in regard to his powers of granting dispensations in certain cases, and other ways of fulfilling his mission.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 59d.)
Power to the same to deprive religious of any order of their indults and privileges, if they refuse to obey him.
5 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 59d.)
Faculty to the same to compel by ecclesiastical censures Friars Preachers, Friars Minors, and other religious to do whatever he thinks will assist his mission.
1264.
14 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 60.)
Licence to the same to relax a hundred days of enjoined penance to those penitents who attend his preaching of the crusade against those who oppose him.
1263.
Id. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 60.)
Faculty to the same to grant to those who preach the crusade against the rebels power to grant a relaxation of forty days of enjoined penance to penitents who come to hear them.
Ibid. Licence to the same to grant a relaxation of a year and forty days of enjoined penance to those penitents who attend conferences, congregations, solemn feasts and masses, and translations of saints, held and celebrated within and without the limits of his legation.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 60.)
Licence to the same to relax a hundred days of enjoined penance to those who attend his preaching, and a year and forty days to those present when he consecrates altars, or churches, or blesses nuns.
Id. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 60.)
Licence to the same to grant a relaxation of forty days of enjoined penance to those penitents who assist in building churches.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 60.)
Faculty to the same to grant dispensations, as shall seem to him expedient in furthering his mission, to three clerks of his legation, being illegitimate, but not sons of an adulterous, incestuous, or religious parent, to minister in the orders which they have received and be promoted, even to a bishopric, provided they are of good conversation, and otherwise fitted for the office.
8 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 60d.)
Faculty to the same to grant dispensations by himself or others to clerks of illegitimate birth (as above) to be ordained and hold benefices, but not bishoprics, provided they reside and take such orders as their benefice or dignity requires.
6 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 60d.)
Faculty to the same to grant dispensations to religious of illegitimate birth (as above) to be ordained and promoted to dignities and administrations of their order.
Ibid. Licence to the same to grant dispensations to religious persons of his legation, of any order, who have committed simony during his mission.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to grant dispensations to prelates and ecclesiastical persons of his legation, who have incurred irregularity by excommunicating others verbally, contrary to the constitution of pope Innocent.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to grant dispensations by himself or others and enjoin penance on ecclesiastics, regular or secular, on account of any irregularity which they have contracted during his legation, by receiving orders or ministering, when excommunicate or under sentence of suspension or interdict.
Ibid.
(f. 61.)
Faculty to the same to absolve those prelates and monks who have incurred sentence of excommunication by disobeying statutes made for their monasteries by pope Gregory, and to dispense with them on account of irregularity contracted by joining in divine offices while under such sentence, a penance being enjoined them.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 61.)
Faculty to the same to absolve those who have been excommunicated by judges delegated by the pope, some of whom have died, and have not been succeeded, others are not accessible, and the jurisdiction of others has expired; satisfaction being first made by the persons concerned.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to grant dispensations to ten persons within the limits of his legation to hold a plurality of benefices, provided that the churches are properly served.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to grant licence to noble women, with a suitable company of women, to enter monasteries of any order, once a year during his legation, for purposes of devotion, provided that they do not spend the night therein.
Ibid.
(f. 61.)
Faculty to the same to grant dispensations to four noble persons, related in the fourth degree of kindred or affinity, to intermarry.
8 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 61.)
Faculty to the same to make provision to five fit persons of benefices, prebends, or dignities, in cathedral or other churches of his legation; any papal indult or statute to the contrary notwithstanding.
10 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 61d.)
Faculty to the same to cause his clerks, to whom provision has been made in cathedral or other churches, to be received as canons, and have prebends provided for them; any statute as to the number of canons or any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
9 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 61d.)
Faculty to the same to confer, by himself or others, on fit persons the benefices, with or without cure of souls, dignities, and parsonages, void by the death or resignation, during his absence from Rome, of clerks in his retinue or service as legate, any statute or indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to appoint one person to a canonry of Narbonne, and another to one of Le Puy, and cause them to be provided with prebends.
8 Kal. Dec.
Orvieto.
(f. 62.)
Indult to the same that clerks in his service may receive the fruits of their benefices and dignities, except daily distributions, while non-resident, any custom or statute to the contrary notwithstanding.
Ibid. Mandate to the same to cause to be paid to his clerks, being non-resident (as above), the fruits of their benefices and dignities.
1264.
4 Non. June.
Orvieto.
(f. 65.)
Sentence of suspension and citation against Richard, bishop of Lincoln. It is reported that, at his instigation, homicides have been perpetrated on the persons of papal officials, that he has himself resisted the pope's mandates, has molested papal notaries by opposing their pensions and benefices in his diocese, and other parts of England, has greivously offended cardinals, and has committed other faults, in spite of a citation issued by pope Alexander, from which Urban, hoping to reform him by kindness, absolved him. But on his abusing this clemency, and hearing injuries on injuries, mandate was sent to [Master Leonard], precentor of Messina, and James de Portu [treasurer] of Syracuse, to cite the said bishop to appear in person before the pope within three months, and purge himself, if possible. This citation the bishop did not obey, but sent a proctor to make his excuses, upon which, for his contumacy, he is now suspended from his office, and cited to appear within three months, on pain of being suspended from his temporalities.
2 Non. June.
Orvieto.
(f. 65d.)
Mandate to the official of Rochester and Master James de Portu, treasurer of Syracuse, to declare the foregoing sentence to the bishop of Lincoln, and to cite him according to it in legal form, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
Id. June.
Orvieto.
(f. 67d.)
Mandate to the archbishop of York and Master Thomas, canon of Foligno, living in England, to relax the sequestration of certain prebends or fruits of prebends and benefices held by Leonard, nephew of John, cardinal of St. Mary's in Cosmedin, chancellor of the Roman church, in York and other churches in England or France, and to cause the said fruits to be paid to Leonard's curator, Oddo, rector of St. Andrew's under the Gardens, Rome, or to his proctor; if this is not done, Masters Adam de Filebi, subdean of St. Mary's, Stafford, in the diocese of Coventry, and John de Tribilia, canon of St. Cristina's, Anagni, have orders from the pope to compel detainers of the said fruits to release them.

Curial Letters.

1263.
16 Kal. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 80d.)
Power to William archdeacon of Paris, papal chaplain, who has been sent to king Henry on affairs of that king and of the Roman church, to absolve him from any oath he may have taken to his barons about revealing secrets committed to him by the pope or any persons, or any other unlawful oath.
10 Kal. Nov.
Orvieto.
(f. 82.)
Mandate to Master Milo, papal writer and nuncio in France and England, to collect and cause to be paid into his hands in presence of the prior of the Friars Preachers, the guardian of the Friars Minors, and the official of Paris, the balance of 4000 marks due to creditors of citizens of Siena from debtors in France, England, Germany, and adjacent provinces; to then pay 2000 marks of it to the proctor of the commune of Radicofani, and to deposit 2000 in the pope's name, giving full receipt for the same.
10 Kal. Nov.
Orvieto.
(f. 82d.)
Mandate to the prior of the Friars Preachers, the guardian of the Friars Minors, and the official of Paris to be present and take the part assigned to them in the above transaction, informing the pope of all particulars as to the money so paid and deposited, taking care to make no contract as to the acquittance of other than the said 4000 marks.
16 Kal. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 82d.)
Exhortation to Richard, king elect of the Romans, to consider the tempest stirred up against his kinsman king Henry, which, if he has not procured, he at least permits, and to go to that king's defence and assistance.
2 Id. Nov.
Orvieto.
(f. 84.)
Mandate to Master Milo, papal writer and nuncio in France and England, to at once assign 2000 marks to the proctor of the commune of Radicofani, as directed in the former letter, notwithstanding any other letters on behalf of the people of Lucca as to the assignment to them of 6000 marks out of the sum of 10,000 due to citizens of Siena, who, for their perfidy to the people of Radicofani, are mulcted of that sum.
1264.
9 Kal. Feb.
Orvieto.
(f. 89.)
Mandate to the same to pay 6000 marks to the proctor of Master Gualo, papal legate, on account of the citizens of Lucca, to whom Milo has not paid that sum, as he was ordered to do by the pope out of the 10,000 marks to be collected from the debtors of citizens of Siena.
Ibid and
8 Kal. Feb.
Concurrent mandates to Master Gualo.
2 Id. Mar.
Orvieto.
(f. 95.)
To the king of France, thanking him for what he has done towards bringing the realm of England to a state of tranquillity. The pope cannot confirm the ordinance or arbitration, as he and king Henry have prayed, as it is not sent in the form of letters patent or authentic, with the king's seal, but merely in schedules.
17 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 95d.)
To the same, sending him letters, touching the confirmation of the ordinance made between the king of England and his barons, which the king of France has arranged, although it exists only in schedules. As soon as the king sends the said ordinance under his seal and sign manual, the pope will give it his solemn confirmation.
17 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 96.)
To the king of England. The pope has received letters from him and the king of France stating that king Henry and the bishops and barons had agreed to observe whatever the king of France ordered in regard to the discords arisen concerning the statutes and obligations of Oxford up to last All Saints Day, if the king of France should make his declaration before next Whitsuntide, each party giving assent under their bands and oaths; and likewise in regard to contentions arisen between them and the king between last All Saints and the feast of St. Lucy last past. The king of France, on receiving this mutual promise, and on calling together the parties at Amiens, and hearing what had to be said on either side, cancelled and annulled the said statutes and obligations and whatever had followed from them especially as it appeared that they would be cancelled by papal letters. The king also ordered both parties and all concerned to be freed from any observance of the said statutes, adding that no penalty was to be incurred by any person on account of them; that all letters concerning the said provisions and castles held by the barons should be restored to the king; that the king should appoint, as he did before the said statutes, the chief justice, chancellor, treasurer, councillors, puisne judges, sheriffs, and any other officials and ministers of the realm and of his household; revoked the statute that the realm of England should be governed by natives, and foreigners were ordered to leave it, ordaining that the king could call to his counsel natives or foreigners, as he judged them to be useful and faithful; and declared that the king had plenary power and free rule in his realm, as he had before. He did not intend to derogate from any royal ordinances, privileges, charters, liberties, statutes, and laudable customs of the realm which existed before the said provisions. Finally, he ordained that both parties should lay aside all rancour, and forgive one another any offences. This ordinance the pope confirms. [Fædera.]
16 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 96d.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Canterbury and the abbot of St. Denis, in France, not to suffer the king of England to be molested on account of the above confirmation. [Fædera.]
12 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 96d.)
Mandate to the same to inform all persons of the realm of whatever rank or order, that all combinations and conspiracies of whatever kind, or under whatever name, made against the king are annulled and void, compelling by ecclesiastical sentence any who oppose such order, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding. [Fædera.]
10 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 98.)
The pope cancels and annuls the provisions, ordinances, and statutes made at Oxford by some of the magnates and others, relaxing any penalties and oaths enjoined and taken, and declaring that no one is bound by them. [Fædera.]
9 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 98.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Canterbury and the abbot of St. Denis, Paris, to publicly declare the above provisions, ordinances, and statutes null and void, commanding all prelates and magnates of the realm to hold them annulled, under pain of censure, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding. [Fædera.]
13 Kal. April.
Orvieto.
(f. 99.)
Faculty to Master Milo, papal writer and nuncio in France and England, to cite those debtors [in the transaction of Siena and Radicofani] against whom he has issued sentences of excommunication which they disregard, ordering them to appear personally before the pope within a fixed timo, if, after one month, they continue to disregard them.
Ibid. Exhortation and mandate to archbishops and all prelates, to all nobles, castellans, and bailiffs of the realms of France, England, and Germany not to compel the above debtors, who have paid sums to Master Milo, to pay them to citizens of Siena.
2 Non. May.
Orvieto.
(f. 102d.)
Licence to the bishop of Sabina, papal legate, to suspend the proceedings against the bishops of London, Worcester, and Winchester, the pope being uncertain whether the citation was issued by him. The bishop of Lincoln being contumacious is to be left to be dealt with by the pope.

4 Urban IV.

8 Id. Sept.
Orvieto.
(f. 137.)
Mandate to Masters Homodeus de Crema, papal subdeacon, and Bartholomew de Turano, canon of St. Timothy's, Rheims, to induce and compel all debtors to the firm's of de Burgo, Spinelli, Simonetti, Octaviani, Bonaiuti, Bacarelli, Baiamonti, and their fellows, of Florence, to pay the sums due within a given time, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding. This mandate is issued on behalf of the said merchants as against certain clerks and laymen of England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales, Germany, Spain, Arles, Toulouse, Gascony, and Lyons.