Regesta 48
1296-1297

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'Regesta 48: 1296-1297', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 1: 1198-1304 (1893), pp. 563-574. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96042 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. XLVIII.

2 Boniface VIII.

1296.
5 Kal. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 12d.)
Dispensation to Robert called ‘Wich,’ of Burgh, near Great Yarmouth, and Sibyl called ‘Flache,’ relict of William Flace, to intermarry, notwithstanding that William Flache was related to Robert in the fourth degree of kindred.
Id. Feb.
St. Peter's.
(f. 23d.)
Dispensation to John called ‘Sevage,’ knight, of Ostende, and Margaret Rolland, of the diocese of Canterbury, to remain in the marriage contracted by them in ignorance that John's first wife Mary was related to Margaret in the fourth degree of kindred, declaring their past and future offspring legitimate.
n.d.
St. Peter's.
(f. 40d.)
Appointment of David [Martin] to be bishop of St. Davids The see being void by the death of Thomas, three scrutators, Thomas the precentor, John called ‘Folk,’ archdeacon, and Peter called ‘Loef,’ a canon, on counting the votes, found fourteen out of twenty in favour of David, and six for Thomas de Goldeburgh, a canon; Adam, archdeacon of Brecon, on behalf of the majority, presented the election to the prior and chapter of Canterbury, that see being then void, for confirmation, and was opposed by Peter de Carnoto on behalf of the said Thomas, by whom appeal was made to the pope, in whose presence the matter was discussed, on which David resigned all his right into the hands of the pope, by whom he is now appointed, and ordered to be consecrated by the bishop of Ostia
Ibid.
(f. 41.)
Concurrent letters to the king; to the archbishop of Canterbury; to the chapter of St. Davids; to the clergy and people of the diocese; and to the vassals of the said church.
Id. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 48d.)
Mandate to Master Geoffrey de Veçano, papal nuncio, to be diligent in the prosecution of the business of his mission, on which he was sent by John XXI. and continued in it by Nicholas IV. in collecting Peter's pence and other dues and legacies in England, Wales, Scotland, and Ireland; granting him anew all the favours he has hitherto enjoyed.
Ibid.
(f. 48d.)
Indult to the same, that, inasmuch as in the discharge of his mission he incurs the malevolence of many, he is not to be obliged to take part in hearing causes or in any other business, unless special mention is made of this indult.
3 Kal. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 49d.)
Appointment of Adam, precentor of Ross, to be bishop of Caithness; that see being void by the death of Alan and the election of archdeacon John having been cancelled by the pope; H[ugh] bishop of Ostia is ordered to consecrate Adam.
Ibid.
(f. 50.)
Concurrent letters to the chapter of Caithness; to the people of the diocese; and to the king of Scotland. [Theiner, 161.]
13 Kal. June.
St. Peter's.
(f. 52d.)
Licence to David [Martin] bishop of St. Davids to contract a loan of 1000 marks to meet his expenses at the papal court.
8 Kal. June.
St. Peter's.
(f. 54.)
Mandate to the bishop of Carlisle to pay, within one month, to the Pulices and Rembertini of Florence 10,000 marks, collected by him in Scotland as Holy Land tenth granted for six years by Nicholas IV. for the king; notwithstanding any letters of Celestine V. concerning the assignment of any part of the said tenth to other firms or persons, to be made by him or by the bishops of Lincoln and Winchester, collectors of the tenth in England; if he does not do this, the bishop of Ross and Master Geoffrey de Veçano, papal nuncio, have orders to compel him.
Ibid. Concurrent mandate to the above bishop and nuncio.
8 Kal. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 55d.)
Appointment of William de Othum (or Hotham), prior provincial of the Friars Preachers in England, to be archbishop of Dublin, that see being void by the death of John [de Saunford], and the election made by the prior and convent of Master Thomas de Beddeworte (or Caddeworth), dean of St. Patrick's, who did not appear before the pope in due time, the excuses for his absence made by his proctor, Richard de Coventre, being frivolous, was not admitted, and, for various reasons, was cancelled by the pope, who reserved the provision to the see for this turn to himself.
Ibid.
(f. 56.)
Concurrent letters to the prior and convent of Dublin, to the clergy and people of the diocese, to vassals of that church, to the suffragans, and to Edward I. [Theiner, 160.]
4 Id. June.
Anagni.
(f. 59.)
Mandate to Master Geoffrey de Veçano, papal nuncio, to obtain from the bishop of Lincoln, and send to the pope in writing, a full and exact account of the money received by him and the bishop of Winchester from the tenth, and of the persons with whom it was deposited, and all particulars concerning its collection, as ordered by Nicholas IV. to be made for the Holy Land and granted to the king for six years, the said bishop being now aged and overburdened by the care of his diocese; on obtaining the account the bishop is to be absolved from the office of collector, and Geoffrey put in his place. The tenth collected is to be assigned safely or paid over to the Clarentes of Pistoia and to the Muti and Spini of Florence as ordered. This letter was written in triplicate.
5 Kal. Aug.
Anagni.
(f. 66d.)
Mandate to the archbishop of Canterbury to consecrate Master John de Monemuta, doctor of theology, bishop of Llandaff, that see being void by the death of W[illiam de Braose], and the provision having lapsed to pope Celestine, he granted it to the archbishop, who appointed John; if the said John is now dead, the archbishop is to appoint and consecrate another, any papal indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
6 Id. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 69.)
Faculty to the bishop of Clonfert to confer the office of notary public on two fit persons.
4 Non. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 69.)
Licence to the same to have churches and cemeteries reconciled when necessary by priests.
6 Id. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 69.)
Indult to the same, during five years, to have divine offices celebrated privately in places under an interdict.
4 Non. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 69d.)
Indult to the same, during four years, to visit by deputy places in his diocese, to which he cannot go with safety to himself.
Ibid. Indult to the same that no papal delegate or subdelegate shall issue against him sentences of suspension or excommunication, without special mention of this indult.
Ibid. Indult to the same that he shall not be bound to celebrate office according to the rule of his order and the use of Canterbury, but he may follow the use of Clonfert.
Ibid. Indult to the same to choose his confessor.
Ibid. Faculty to the same to have a portable altar.
2 Non. June.
Anagni.
(f. 72.)
Grant, at the king's request, to the abbess and convent of the order of St. Clare, Waterbeche, of one of the non-collegiate churches, in the patronage of their foundress, Dionisia de Monte Canisio, the king's kinswoman, to be chosen by her, value 40 marks, a perpetual vicar's portion being reserved.
4 Non. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 72.)
Indult to Robert, bishop of Clonfert, to wear a rochet or alb, any Benedictine rule to the contrary notwithstanding.
5 Id. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 75.)
Faculty to the same to make a testamentary disposition of his goods not belonging to the Benedictine order or to church uses, his funeral expenses and debts being first paid.
[Theiner, 162.]
18 Kal. June.
St. Peter's.
(f. 75d.)
Grant, by way of indult, to Master Richard de Feringes, professor of canon law, archdeacon of Canterbury, to exercise by deputy his jurisdiction during two years, when the see is void, and to exact money procurations from places officially visited by him.
15 Kal. Aug.
Anagni.
(f. 80.)
To Philip IV., king of France, exhorting him to restore a sum of 200 pounds of Tours, deposited by John, bishop of Winchester, with the Pulices and Rembertini of Florence at Paris, who were compelled to hand it over to their king, or his officials, under pretext of the war between him and the king of England.
6 Kal. Sept.
Anagni.
(f. 83.)
Mandate to the bishop of Lincoln, on petition of the guardian and Friars Minors at Oxford, who have not room for their theological students, to grant leave to them to enlarge their site, and to induct and defend them in possession of the new portion on the death of five brethren now remaining there, or their transference to other orders.
6 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's.
(f. 99.)
Collation and provision, at the request of H[ugh], bishop of Ostia, to Imbert Aurei, of the deanery of Brechin, void by the promotion of Thomas, bishop of Ross, any statute, custom, or indult to the contrary notwithstanding.
Concurrent mandate to the abbot of St. Illidius, Claremont, to the archdeacon of St. Andrews, and to Master Peter de Montechiello, canon of Dol.
8 Id. Oct.
St. Peter's.
(f. 109d.)
Dispensation, at the king's request, whose clerk he is, to William, rector of Bendington, in the diocese of Winchester, who, since the council of Lyons, held the church of Northrek, and then that of Banham, in the diocese of Norwich, and lastly the above rectory, without papal dispensation, and not being ordained, to retain the same; a portion of fruits received is to be given to the said churches.
Ibid. The like dispensation to Walter de Pederton, rector of Sueynsee, or Suansee, in the diocese of St. Davids, who, since the council of Lyons, held the churches of Thallatherne and Lanthetly and then the above rectory, and also canonries and prebends of Aburwili and Landeuwibrevi, to retain the same, the churches being conferred on him anew.
2 Kal. Nov.
St. Peter's.
(f. 115d.)
Faculty to Walter, bishop elect of Coventry and Lichfield, who, with the bishops of Albano and Palestrina, is engaged in affairs in France, to put off his consecration until a month after next Christmas, and then to be consecrated out of England, and by any bishops he pleases, in communion with the apostolic see.
17 Kal. Nov.
St. Peter's.
(f. 121d.)
Appointment of Alpinius to be bishop of Dunblane, that see being void by the death of William, and the election made by Thomas, abbot of Inchaffray, Henry, abbot of Aberbrothoc, and Patrick, abbot of Cambuskynel, respectively preceptor and canons of the said church, John the dean, Walter the archdeacon, Peter the chancellor, Geoffrey the treasurer, Michael de Dono Dei and William de Goffurd, canons of the same, having been confirmed by the pope after examination.
Ibid. Concurrent letters to the chapter of Dunblane, to the clergy of the diocese, to the earl of Strathern, patron of the church of Dunblane, and to the king of Scotland. [Theiner, 162.]
7 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's.
(f. 146.)
Appointment of Nicholas to be bishop of Brechin, that see being void by the death of V. [William]. He is to be consecrated by the bishop of Tusculum.
Concurrent letters to the dean and chapter, to the people of the diocese, and to the king of Scotland. [Theiner, 160.]

Curial Letters.

15 Kal. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 166d.)
Commission to the bishops of Albano and Palestrina, if they see that the kings of France and England are disposed to desist from warlike preparations, not to publish the letters of truce sent by the pope unless occasion requires it.
12 Kal. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 167.)
Mandate to the same. Having received their letters about the dissension between Adolphus, king of the Romans, Philip IV. and Edward I., the pope orders them to present the letters of truce which he has directed to the said kings, and to solemnly publish them.
1296.
Id. April.
St. Peter's.
(f. 167d.)
Letters of trues, which is to be kept by the kings of the Romans, of France, and of England, for two years from the next feast of the Nativity of St. John Baptist.
11 Kal. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 168d.)
Remission to Robert, bishop of Clonfert, of the obligation he has contracted by oath, taken at his consecration, to visit Rome every three years. [Theiner, 160.]
15 Kal. Sept.
Anagni.
(f. 177d.)
To the bishops of Albano and Palestrina in answer to their letters about the business of the kings of France and England, and the meeting to be held at Cambray in October, with consent of Adolphus, king of the Romans. The pope desires the kings of France and England to send envoys with full powers to him. The above legates are to endeavour to have prudent and tractable men sent on this mission.
Ibid.
(f. 178.)
Mandate to the same, if the proposal to send the above envoys is not carried out, to solemnly publish the letters of truce; in any case the dignity of the apostolic see is to be upheld.
Ibid. Mandate to the same, to inform the pope of the publication of the truce; the bishop of Albano is to order the English, and the bishop of Palestrina the French prelates to cause the said truce to be kept by their subjects.
Ibid. Two letters to the king of France, (1) urging him to send envoys to the pope, and (2) desiring to have the king's brother Charles, count of Alencon, sent as his representative on secret matters, to be revealed to him by the pope, under pretext of visiting Rome, and with the opportunity of meeting C[harles], king of Sicily, and his wife and children. [Foedera.]
Ibid.
(f. 178d.)
To Adolphus, king of the Romans, exhorting him to cease from hostilities against the kings of France of England, and turn his sword against the enemies of the Cross.

3 Boniface VIII.

1297.
5 Kal. Feb.
St. Peter's.
(f. 195.)
Provision to Boniface, son of the late Thomas, marquis of Saluzzo, papal chaplain, of a canonry of Lincoln, with reservation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has the churches of Almanbiri and Camessale, and the royal chapel of Tikehull, in the diocese of York, or that he is in his twentieth year and not ordained.
Ibid.
(f. 195d.)
Concurrent mandate to the prior of Pontefract and two others named.
Ibid. The like to George, son of the said marquis, of a canonry and prebend of Salisbury.
Concurrent mandate to the prior of Torrinton and two others named.
1297.
4 Kal. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 200d.)
Exemption to John, bishop of Winchester, his chapter and officials, from the jurisdication of the archbishop of Canterbury and his successors; this exemption is to cease on the death, resignation, or translation of the said John.
Ibid.
(f. 201.)
Concurrent mandate to the abbots of Westminster and St. Edmunds, and to a papal auditor named.
14 Kal. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 202.)
Dispensation, at the request of Francis, cardinal of St. Mary's in Cosmedin, to Master Thomas de Chobeam, doctor of canon law, who held the churches of Holingebourne and Hakeney, and then those of Boyle and Rotherelfeld, in the dioceses of Canterbury, London, and Chichester, to retain the same.
16 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 206d.)
Appointment of Andrew, abbot of Cupar, to be bishop of Caithness, that see being void by the death of A[dam], at Siena.
Concurrent letters to the dean and chapter of Caithness and to the king of Scotland. [Theiner, 163.]
4 Kal. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 207.)
Faculty to John, bishop of Winchester, to grant dispensations to six of his clerks to hold two benefices apiece with cure of souls.
16 Kal. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 210.)
Licence to the same to contract a loan of 2000 marks to meet his expenses at Rome.
Ibid. The like to the same.
5 Id. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 210d.)
Appointment of Henry to be archbishop of York, that see being void by the death of John. The election having been made, Henry did not appear before the pope, and was therefore deprived, but, to please the king and to avoid difficulties, he is now appointed.
Concurrent letters to the chapter, to the clergy, and people of the diocese, to vassals of the church, to suffragans of the see, and to the king.
(16 Kal. April.)
St. Peter's.
(f. 213.)
Provision to John son of Landulph de Colonna, Roman citizen, of a canonry of Lincoln, with reservation of a prebend, notwithstanding that he has canonries and prebends of Troyes, Southwell, and St. Martin's, Tours.
Concurrent mandate to the provost of St. Omer and others named.
6 Non. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 218.)
Provision, at the request of Francis, cardinal of St. Mary's in Cosmedin, to Boniface, son of Thomas, marquis of Saluzzo, of the rectory of Peniston, in the diocese of York, he having held the churches of Alberbiri and Camessale, by papal dispensation, and being presented to Peniston by a layman, held it for some time, until, finding that he had no right to do so, resigned it, with dispensation to him to hold the same, and also the royal chapel of Tikehull, and a canonry and prebend of Lincoln reserved by the pope.
Ibid. Indult to the same that he shall not be obliged to reside in the above benefices.
Ibid.
(f. 218d.)
Concurrent mandate to the bishop of Novara, the prior of Bradenestoke, and precentor of St. Mary's, Suthamton, in the dioceses of Salisbury and Winchester.
Id. Feb.
St. Peter's.
(f. 221.)
Provision to Robert de Maydenestane, at the request of John, bishop of Winchester, whose clerk he is, of the church of Adurbiri, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the death of Edmund de Maydenestan, at Asti, who, as the said bishop's chaplain, was on his way to Rome, notwithstanding that he has the rectory of Mulchilmers, in the diocese of Winchester, and has been presented to the church of Donton, in that of Salisbury, about which he has a suit with Master William Burnel, late dean of Wells; with dispensation to him to retain one of the two first-named benefices.
Concurrent mandate to the abbot of Chertsey, the dean of St. Paul's, and another named.
Id. Feb.
St. Peter's.
(f. 225d.)
Faculty to John, bishop of Winchester, to make provision to three of his clerks of canonries and prebends of London, Wells, and Chichester, there being no collegiate church in his diocese in which provision can be made to secular clerks.
Ibid.
(f. 226.)
Faculty to the same to licence six of his clerks, being under age and not ordained, to hold one benefice with cure of souls, residence not being required.
Non. Mar.
St. Peter's.
(f. 241d.)
Licence to Edmund, earl of Cornwall, to have a chaplain in the chapel on his manor of Hamelden, in the diocese of Lincoln, which may be consecrated by any bishop.
5 Id. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 245d.)
Dispensation, at the king's request, to Guy, son of William de Beauchamp, earl of Warwick, and Isabella, daughter of Gilbert, earl of Gloucester, to remain in the marriage they have contracted, they being related in the fourth degree of kindred; declaring their future offspring legitimate.
Id. Mar.
St. Peter's.
f. 251.)
Confirmation, with exemplification, to Antony, bishop of Durham, of the ordinance made by him, dated Aukeland 5 Id. Nov. 1286, concerning the parish church of Chester le Street, in his diocese and of his patronage, about which questions have arisen between Walter de Clifford, rector of the same, and Master Alan de Esinwald. Mention is made of the chapels of Tanfield and Lameley, the court of tenants of the church at Chester le Street, at Walrigge, the demesne land of Herverton, the fishery in the Were, the predial tithes of Great and Little Lumeley, Lampton, Wodesende, and the tenth of the coal mine, Lamelay Kiblesworth, Ravenesworth, Dernecroch, Hedley, Ladesheved, the land of Furgers, Raveshelem, and Neuhouses, Pelton, Pokeley, Pelawe, Pikettc, Tribeley, Edmanesley, Steresley, and Netrehworth, Chester le Street and Wrthill, Taunfield, Lince, Crock, Taunfeldley, Stanley, Stanleyhall, Caldesete, Steles, Birteley, Herverton, Mora, and Harden, Urpathe, Hulkertan, Twyles, the predial tithes of Plauworth and Walrigg, and of all waste lands in the parish.
[Monasticon, vi. 1338.]
Ibid.
(f. 252.)
The like confirmation, with exemplification, to the bishop of Durham, of an ordinance made by him, dated Aukelande, 12 Kal. Oct. 1283, concerning the parish church of Lanchester, of his patronage, void by the death of Master Alexander de Alverton, which, during its voidance, was placed in charge of Master John de Craven, by an ordinance of bishop Antony, dated Midelham, 8 Kal. April 1283. Mention is made of the chapels of Helsce, Medinesley, and Heley, pensions from Colyesley and Sateley, the predial tithes of Essce, Corneshow, Hedeley, Upper and Lower Hamesteles, Bromsteles, the land of Matthew the forester, Medinesley, Hussettes, Kyhowe, Burseblades, Billingside, Bradeley, and Crock, Grenecrofte, Holmsyde, Colpiel, Steley, Bethelisfeld, the land of the smith, and of Tassy, [and] Gurley, Langeley, Ridding, Stubeley, Brome, Notesteles, Brumhope, Langester, and Pethe, Heley, Conkesheved, and Hincheley, Yvestan and Benfeldside, Morileys, Neubigging, Hintebuch, and Fordes. [Monasticon, vi. 1333.]
16 Kal. July.
Orvieto.
(f. 253d.)
Indult to William de Othum, a Friar Preacher, archbishop elect of Dublin, to be consecrated by any three or four bishops he may choose. [Theiner, 163.]
7 Id. July.
Orvieto.
(f. 253d.)
Mandate to the bishops of London and Hereford, on petition of the said William, made by his proctors, Andrew de Sancto Albano and Peter de Othum, to confer on him the palliumsent by them, and to receive his oath of fealty. [Theiner, 163.]
Ibid. Monition and order to the said William to receive the pallium, and use it on those days expressed in the bull of privileges of his church. [Theiner, 163.]
4 Kal. May.
St. Peter's.
(f. 254.)
Mandate to Gotius de Orvieto, Rayner de Vichio, canon of Lichfield, and Master Geoffrey de Veçano, to receive from John, bishop of Winchester, the sum of 2000 marks which he has borrowed to meet his expenses at Rome.
n.d.
(f. 255.)
Forms of delivery of the pallium sent to the archbishop of Dublin, conferring on him the plenitude of the pontifical office, and of the oath of fealty to the pope taken by him.
10 Kal. April.
St. Peter's
(f. 260d.)
Indult to Boniface, son of Thomas, marquis of Saluzzo, subdeacon, who has a dispensation to hold the rectories of Almanbiri, Camessale, and Peniston, and the royal chapel of Tikecull, and canonry of Lincoln, that for three years he shall not be obliged to be ordained deacon or priest; the said churches are to be served by vicars.
15 Kal. Aug.
Orvieto.
(f. 262.)
Mandate to the provost of Lausanne and Master Ottoboni de Placentia, papal auditor, and to the official of Lincoln, to induct and defend Theobald, brother of the count of Bar le Duc, in possession of the canonry, prebend, and treasurership of York, of which provision has been made to him by the pope on their voidance by the deprivation of Peter de Colonna, late cardinal of St. Eustace's, guilty of schism and heresy, notwithstanding any papal indult to the contrary, or that Theobald holds canonries and prebends of Reims, Paris, and elsewhere in France, and of Lincoln, and also the parish church of Paganham, of which provision has been made to him by the pope.
Ibid.
(f. 262d.)
Concurrent letter to the said Theobald.
8 Id. July.
Orvieto.
(f. 262d.)
Provision to the same of the church of Paganaham, belonging to the archbishop, in the diocese of Canterbury, which, three years ago, during the voidance of that see, had been given to him by the king, whose clerk he was, he being then in subdeacon's orders and absent, the said church being now void by his not having been ordained within a year from his acceptance of it; with indult to him to hold his other benefices, and not to be obliged to be ordained priest for five years, or to reside.
12 Kal. July.
Orvieto.
(f. 283d.)
Confirmation to the Cistercian abbot and convent of Stanlawe, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, of the grant made to them by Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, of the church of Whalley, of his patronage, to which they are to be transferred, to take effect on the death or resignation of the rector, a perpetual vicar being appointed; with indult to the same to enjoy all their privileges which they had before the translation of their house.
Kal. Aug.
Orvieto.
(f. 284d.)
Mandate to the bishops of Aberdeen, Glasgow, and Ross, to go to Caithness and consecrate A. bishop elect. [Theiner, 164.]
5 Id. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 295.)
Provision to Luke de Flisco, papal chaplain, of the canonry and prebend of Lichfield, void by the death of Master Brancaleon de Flisco, papal notary, notwithstanding that he has canonries and prebends of Paris and elsewhere, and the church of St. Clement, Terrington, in the diocese of Norwich.
Concurrent mandate to the dean of Salisbury and two others named.
Ibid. Provision to the same of the rectory of Terrinton, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the death of Master Branchaleon de Flisco, notwithstanding that he holds other benefices, as above.
Concurrent mandate to the dean of Salisbury, and two others named.
10 Kal. Sept.
Orvieto.
(f. 302d.)
Dispensation to Master William Siguin, papal chaplain, to hold the rectory of Mancetter (Maninechestria), in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, he having resigned a benefice in that of Agen, and having canonries and prebends in the same, and in Wells and Howden, and certain tithes in the diocese of Agen, he having been under age when first beneficed.
5 Kal. Nov.
Orvieto.
(f. 302d.)
Mandate to Master Geoffrey de Veçano, papal clerk, canon of Cambray, to compel the agents employed in France and England, under the bishops of Albano and Palestrina in receiving procurations to pay the balance due, citing them, if need be, to appear before the pope; the money paid is to be consigned to Lanfranc Anselmi, of the Clarentes of Pistoia, papal banker (mercator), or members of his firm or their proctors.
4 Kal. Nov.
Orvieto.
(f. 304.)
Indult to Thomas de Galdebug, priest, to hold the rectories of Bircheton and Holbeche, in the diocese of Lincoln, which he has successively obtained.
5 Id. July.
Orvieto.
(f. 315.)
Grant to the bishop of Durham, some of whose possessions have been taken by John de Baliol and his ancestors, of the church of Simondoborne, the advowson of which the said king has given as recompense, together with certain lands. The church, which is in a solitary place on the border, is to be served by a priest, to whom a fit stipend is to be assigned.
15 Kal. Aug.
Orvieto.
(f. 315.)
Dispensation to Master Adam de Duffield, parson of Pontelande, in the diocese of Durham, who has held also the church of Quicham, and on resigning this that of Whiteberne, without papal dispensation, to retain the same, the cure of souls not being neglected.
18 Kal. Sept.
Orvieto.
(f. 315d.)
Faculty to the bishop of Winchester to give the church of Bourchere, void by the death, at Rome, of Master William de Wellingue, to any fit person, and to induct and defend him in possession of the same.
7 Kal. Oct.
Orvieto.
(f. 316.)
Grant to the rector and brethren of the Augustinian house of the Blood of Christ, at Asserugge, commonly called ‘Good men,’ in the diocese of Lincoln, of certain lands and possessions with the patronage and advowson of the church of Hemelhamstede, given to them by Edmund, earl of Cornwall, their patron and founder, to take effect on the death or resignation of the rector.
Ibid. Concurrent mandate to the bishops of Durham and Exeter, and to the abbot of St. Albans.
Kal. Sept.
Orvieto.
(f. 331.)
Grant to Aldebandini, son of James Richard de Militiis, of Rome, of the archdeaconry of London, void by the deprivation of Laurence de Friscis Berta, with dispensation to the same to hold canonries and prebends of St. John Lateran, and Beauvais.
Ibid. Concurrent mandate to Masters Nicholas de Fraiapanatibus and John de Papazuris, papal chaplains, and John de Luco, canons of the Lateran and of London.
6 Kal. Jan.
St. Peter's
(f. 335.)
Faculty to Master Adam de Driffred, canon of Pontseland, and to Roger de Mar, rector of Quiseley, in the dioceses of Durham and York, proctors of Henry, archbishop elect of York, to contract a loan of 2500 marks to meet the expenses of the said Henry at Rome, care being taken to avoid involving him and his successors in the pit of usury.
Ibid. The like to the same for a loan of 2000 marks.
Ibid. The like to the same for a loan of 1000 marks.
10 Kal. Sept.
Orvieto.
(f. 340.)
Licence to John, bishop of Winchester, to make a will.
3 Id. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 351.)
Mandate to Raynald, bishop elect Vicenza, and Rayner de Vichio, and to Lante, canons of Lichfield and Pistoia, to see that the 2500 marks borrowed by the proctors of Henry, archbishop elect of York, is duly paid to the firm of Ammanati of Pistoia under pain of excommunication.
Ibid. The like concerning the loan of 2000 marks.
3 Non. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 354.)
Indult to Peter de Sabaudia, dean of Salisbury, to have a portable altar.
Non. Jan.
St. Peter's.
(f. 355d.)
Dispensation to the same, at the king's request, to retain the fruits of the benefices which he has received while under age, those which he had before he held the deabery of Salisbury amounting to 1000 marks yearly.


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