Regesta 60
1312-1313

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'Regesta 60: 1312-1313', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 2: 1305-1342 (1895), pp. 108-118. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96070 Date accessed: 24 April 2014. Add to my bookshelf


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Regesta, Vol. LX.

8 Clement V.

14 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 17.)
To Malachy, bishop of Elphin. Translation to Tuam, that see being void by the death of archbishop William; dean Philip, who was elected, having resigned, he and archdeacon Peter, Nicholas Flammini, Laurence de Tuamia, and William de Dunmo, were appointed to make the election, which fell on Malachy, and is admitted by the pope.
Concurrent letters to the dean and chapter, to the people of the diocese, to vassals of the church of Tuam, to the suffragans, and to the king. [Theiner, 185.]
1313.
12 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 30.)
To Laurence, bishop elect of Elphin. Appointment to that see, void by the translation of Malachy.
Concurrent letters to the dean and chapter, to the clergy, and to the people of the diocese, to vassals of the church, and to the king. [Theiner, 187.]
Non. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 48d.)
To Richard de Lacy, knight, and Synolda, his wife, of the diocese of Meath. Dispensation to remain in the marriage they have contracted. When nine years old, Synolda was seized by Adam called ‘Lenfaunt,’ knight, of the diocese of Kildare, and restored by a secular judge to the person from whom she had been taken. Adam asserting that his marriage with her was consummated, which she denied, the case was brought by him before the ecclesiastical court, and sentence was given in his favour, from which she appealed to the pope. While this was pending, Richard, aged fourteen. and she aged twelve, intermarried, without publication of banns, Richard's father, Hugh, being a party to the contract, but in ignorance that they were related in the fourth degree of kindred; children have since been born, who are pronounced legitimate, and Adam has died. [Benedictine edition, 9023.]
1313.
Non. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 51d.)
To Master Robert de Pykering. He is archdeacon of Northumberland, rector of Hugate and Brantingham, in the diocese of York, and canon and prebendary of York, Lincoln, and Beverley, by papal dispensation; and has been elected to the deanery of York, of which he has not yet taken possession. He is confirmed in the same, and dispensation is granted him to retain his benefices, the proceeds of which amount to 106l. 13s. 4d.
5 Id. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 52d.)
To Richard de Cornubia. He is rector of Fotheringham, in the diocese of Lincoln, canon and prebendary of Northneubald, in York, value together 100l. and has a suit about the canonry and prebend; he is rector also of Pyghtesley, in the diocese of Lincoln, value 20l. Dispensation, at the king's request, whose kinsman he is, to retain the same, and hold other benefices to the number of four, value 200l.
1312.
2 Non. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 52d.)
To Arnald, cardinal of St. Mary's in Porticu. Faculty to dispense Peter de Galitiano to hold the church of Horncastle, void by the resignation of Bertrand de Andirano, together with a canonry and prebend of Agen.
1313.
14 Kal. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 53d.)
To Philip, dean of Tuam. Relaxation of a hundred days of enjoined penance to those who contribute to the rebuilding of the church of Tuam, a work begun by the late archbishop William, and continued by dean Philip, who petitions for aid to complete it.
Ibid. The pallium is to be given by three cardinals named to Malachy, translated from Elphin to Tuam. [Theiner, 188.]
16 Kal. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 56.)
To Thomas Rose. He was successively rector of St. Meugan, Penkelthyn, and St. Michael's, Straddewy, and is also canon and prebendary of Aberwyli, in the diocese of St. Davids, value together 27l. 6s. 8d. Dispensation to retain the same.
12 Kal. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 56.)
To Laurence, bishop elect of Elphin. Licence to contract a loan of 1000 florins, to meet his expenses in expediting the affairs of the see. [Theiner, 187.]
14 Kal. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 56.)
To the same. Faculty to be consecrated by any catholic archbishop or bishop, assisted by two or three others; the consecrator is to receive and transmit his oath of fealty to the pope and the Roman church. [Theiner, 187.]
12 Kal. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 56d.)
To Bertrand de Fargiis, archdeacon of the Estriding. Indult to visit his archdeaconry by deputy for three years, and receive procurations.
Concurrent mandate to the dean and the archdeacon of York and another named.
1312.
2 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 56d.)
To John de Hothum. He was successively rector of Merkesbiri, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, canon, prebendary, and archdeacon of Glendalough, in the church of Dublin, from which during five years he received 69l. afterwards rector of Laurenni, and, on resigning Merkesbiri, of Kenneth, about which he has a suit under appeal; then rector of Radon, Boulay, Kirkeby in Aschefeld, and Cottingham, in the dioceses of St. Davids, Dublin, Ossory, and York; canon also and prebendary of Leighlin, Cashel, Emly, Waterford, Kildare, York, and St. John's, Chester, he having a suit about the canonry and prebend of York. He has declared himself ready to resign within a year, the archdeaconry, the canonries, and prebends of Waterford and Kildare, and the church of Kenneth. The proceeds of the other benefices amount to 240l. Dispensation, at the king's request, in whose service he is, to retain the same.
Ibid.
(f. 57.)
To Thomas called ‘de Sancto Albano.’ He was dispensed as the son of a subdeacon, and became rector of Little Laufare, in the diocese of London. Dispensation to hold also the rectory of Misterton, in the diocese of York, the value of these being 35l. as well as a canonry and prebend of Southwell, and on resigning one of the churches to accept another.
Ibid.
(f. 57d.)
To William de Melton. He, by divers papal dispensations has held the rectories of Hornese, Lithe, and Fakenham, in the diocese of York and Norwich, canonries also and prebends of Lincoln, Dublin, York, Beverley, and Southwell, and the provostship of Beverley; and afterwards the rectory of Spoford, in the diocese of York, and on resigning two of the said benefices, has been dispensed so as to hold the rest; and has since obtained the rectory of Brigham, in the diocese of York, and a canonry and prebend of Dublin, which he has resigned, and the deanery of St. Martin's le Grand, London. There having been defects and errors in the said dispensations, he is now dispensed so as to retain the said benefices, and on resigning one of them to accept another.
1313.
Non. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 57d.)
To Master Robert de Pykering, professor of civil law. Faculty, now that he has obtained the deanery of York, to resign the archdeaconry of Northumberland, and to place in it a fit person of his choice, whom he is to induct and defend in possession of the same.
11 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 70d.)
To William de Brutallis, nephew of Amaneuus de Lebreto. Provision, at his uncle's request, of the rectory of Itham, in the diocese of Canterbury, which he has held for three years, without being ordained priest, and without papal dispensation, the fruits received being remitted to him.
1312.
2 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 79.)
To Philip de Turvile, rector of Westwelles, in the diocese of Canterbury, value 40l. Dispensation to accept another benefice, value 60l. and to hold both, together with his canonries and prebends of Lichfield and St. Davids.
Ibid.
(f. 82d.)
To John Lenceston, deacon. He is already dispensed on account of illegitimacy, and was rector of Lawictaton, which he resigned, and of Lanvieth, in the diocese of Exeter, value 8l. Dispensation to retain the same.
Ibid.
(f. 96d.)
To John Rogkis. He is rector of Selewarthy, value 6l. 6s. 8d. and of Lucumbe, value 8l. in the diocese of Bath and Wells. Dispensation to retain the same.
1313.
7 Id. April.
Avignon.
(f. 97.)
To Richard, abbot of St. Edmunds. Confirmation of his election, made on the death of Thomas by Richard de Drauhton, or Drangton, third prior, Reginald de Dentham, sacristan, John de Everesdon, cellarer, Semann de Hilderde, infirmarian, Peter de Clapton, chamberlain, Peter de Aylesbury, William de Herlawe, Ralph de Caventham, and William de Laclarde, monks.
Concurrent letters to the prior and convent, to vassals of the monastry, and to the king.
Non. May.
Avignon.
(f. 98.)
To Richard de Cromwell, rector of Olney, in the diocese of Lincoln. Dispensation, at the king's request, to his kinsman and clerk, to accept two other benefices, value 300l. and to hold them, together with a canonry and prebend of Lichfield.
Ibid.
(f. 98d.)
To the same. Provision of a canonry of Lichfield, with reservation of a prebend.
Concurrent mandate to the abbots of St. Albans and Waltham.
10 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(f. 99d.)
To Richard, abbot of St. Edmunds. He has received benediction from Berengarius, bishop of Tusculum. Mandate to go to his monastery and rule it with fidelity and prudence.
Kal. May.
Avignon.
(f. 99d.)
To the bishops of London, Worcester, and Llandaff. Order to admit Roger de Baketon, of the order of Friars Preachers, to a chair of theology, and to allow him and Richard de Huntely, of the same order, to give lectures on the Sentences, although they have not taken the oath to observe two specified statutes of the University of Oxford. The querela of the Friars Preachers states that the chancellor and masters have made statutes to their injury. The exercises for the degree admitting bachelors to teach in the faculty of theology used to be held in the houses of the Friars Minors, but have been for twelve years transferred to St. Mary's; and the disputations called vesperie, which were held in the houses of the Friars Preachers, were, two years ago, transferred by statute to St. Mary's. Of these statutes the Friars Preachers complain, because by the first an ancient custom has been changed without utility or necessity, the houses of the Friars being better fitted and more quiet for the purpose than St. Mary's. Another statute is also matter of grievance. Two years ago it was forbidden to anyone to lecture on the Bible who was not a bachelor in theology, and there being many friars who teach the Sentences elsewhere, they are by this statute prevented from doing so in Oxford. The friars add that the said statutes were issued against the votes of the regent masters in theology and canon and civil law, and on this ground they appeal to the pope. Another statute is complained of, by which no one can teach theology who is not a master of arts or has not special grace from the chancellor and masters; and another that any statute passed by the regent masters of two faculties and the majority of non-regent masters, is held to be perpetual; also that no one is admitted to the degree of master or bachelor without first taking the oath to observe the statutes and customs of the university. After appeal had been made to the pope by the prior and friars, the chancellor and masters expelled from their congregation Hugh de Sutton, master of theology, and lecturer in the said friars’ house; they also refused to admit Roger de Baketon, to whom they had appointed a day for his theological degree, and Richard de Hunteley, his deputy, to lecture on the Sentences; and would not, after the appeal, allow brethren of the said order to make the accustomed exercises for the degree of bachelor or master. On the part of the chancellor, masters, and university, their proctor, Master John de Stratford, professor of civil law, argued against the appeal and the particulars stated by the prior and friars; and the pope makes the order without prejudice to the statutes and ancient and modern customs of the university. If the parties will not agree, they are to be cited to appear before the pope within six months with all documents relating to the cause.
7 Id. April.
Avignon.
(f. 102d.)
To William de Brutallis. Indult to hold his benefices in France and England, among which is the church of Itham, in the diocese of Canterbury, for three years, he being non-resident.
8 Id. April.
Avignon.
(f. 114.)
To Henry Dalphini. He is archdeacon of Worcester, treasurer of Rouen, and beneficed in Cambray. Indult to retain his benefices for seven years while engaged in the study of civil law.
4 Kal. June.
Bitenite.
Avignon.
(f. 124d.)
To Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester. Faculty to have a portable altar.
Ibid.
(f. 125.)
To John de Chelmersforde, rector of Stanforde, in the diocese of Salisbury. Dispensation at the request of the aforesaid earl, whose clerk he is, to hold an additional benefice, value 60l.
Ibid. To Robert de Chenington, rector of Bletchingley, in the diocese of Winchester. Dispensation, at the request of the said earl, whose councillor he is, to hold an additional benefice, value 60l.
Ibid. The like to Richard de Estden, rector of Bretham, in the diocese of Norwich.
Ibid. To Master Adam de Strathewik, rector of Litlington, in the diocese of Ely. Dispensation, at the request of the said earl, whose physician he is, to hold one or two other benefices to the value of 100l. and to remain for seven years in subdeacon's orders.
Ibid. To Master Richard de Clare, priest of the church of Pencrich, in the diocese of Lichfield, rector of Qogquel, or Cogswel, Donemow, and Atherton, in the dioceses of Cloyne, London, and Winchester. Dispensation, at the request of the said earl, whose chancellor he is, to hold two additional benefices to the value of 200l.
Non. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 130.)
To Master Ralph de Pagrave, rector of Aysselle, in the diocese of Norwich, value 20l. Dispensation to hold an additional benefice of like value.
2 Id. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 141.)
To James, archdeacon of Winchester. Indult to visit his archdeaconry for three years by deputy and receive procurations.
Concurrent mandate to the prior of St. Mary's, Southwark, Master Robert de Maidenestan, canon of Chichester, and another named.
4 Kal. July.
Groseau.
(f. 147.)
To Master William de Bosco, priest, of the diocese of Chichester, master in theology. He is rector of Harewes, in the diocese of London, value 40l. and chancellor of Lichfield, value 30l. about both of which he has a suit. Dispensation to retain the same, and if he loses either to accept another of the like or less value.
12 Kal. June.
Chateauneuf.
Avignon.
(f. 155.)
To all clerks and laymen of England. Notification that when Walter de Maydenestan, canon of York, came to the papal court, he did so in the interests of the peace of the realm, and not, as he has been defamed, to stir up strife.
Concurrent mandate to the treasurer of Wells, John de Jargolio, canon of Exeter, and Richard de Cromwell, canon of Lincoln, ordering them to publish the same.
10 Kal. June.
Chateauneuf.
(f. 156d.)
To queen Isabella. Indult to enter religious houses of men or women with a retinue.
Ibid. To the same. Extension of the period of five years for which her confessor was allowed to absolve those of her household who had laid violent hands on clerks, to a period of five years from the present date.
1313.
6 Kal. July.
Groseau.
(f. 164d.)
To John de Vienna, of the diocese of Hereford. Provision, at the request of Gerald de Tastis, knight, of the diocese of Bordeaux, whose clerk he is, of a benefice in the gift of the archbishop of Canterbury, value 50 marks, notwithstanding that he is illegitimate, and has the church of Bradelegh, in the diocese of Winchester, value 5l.
Concurrent mandate to the dean of St. Martin's le Grand, London, John de Kynardesey, canon of Lichfield, and another named.
16 Kal. Sept.
Groseau.
(f. 169.)
To Galhard de Mota, canon of Compostella, archdeacon of Oxford. Indult to visit his archdeaconry by deputy for three years and receive procurations.
Concurrent mandate to Gilbert de Brueria, canon of Chichester, and two others named.
10 Kal. June.
Chateauneuf.
(f. 172d.)
To Peter de Vernone, rector of Stokesley, in the diocese of York. Dispensation, at the request of queen Isabella, whose clerk he is, to accept an additional benefice, value 200 marks.
Non. May.
Avignon.
(f. 172d.)
To Bochard de Vernone. Provision, at queen Isabella's request, whose clerk he is, of the rectory of Wardeboys, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of John de Jargolio, notwithstanding that he has provision of other benefices, and a canonry and prebend of Salisbury, and the church of Ailby, in the diocese of Bayeux.
Concurrent mandate to the bishop of London, the abbot of St. Albans, and Peter de Vernone, canon of Chichester.
Non. May.
Avignon.
(f. 173.)
To John de Jargolio. Provision, at queen Isabella's request, of the rectory of Ripton, in the diocese of Lincoln. The queen having been allowed to nominate to the churches of Stokeslay, Ripton, and Wardeboys, void by the death of Master Richard de Sancto Albano, he was appointed to Ripton, Bochard de Vernone to Wardeboys, and Peter de Vernone to Stokeslay; but a question having arisen about the wording of the commission, and about transactions savouring of simony between the said nominees, he resigned his benefice, provision of which is now made to him, notwithstanding that he has a canonry and prebend of Exeter, the church of Langneuton, in the diocese of Durham, and one in that of Rheims.
Concurrent mandate to the prior of Huntingdon, to James, archdeacon of Winchester, and Bochard de Vernone, canon of Salisbury.
4 Kal. July.
Groseau.
(f. 175.)
To John de Ringwode. Confirmation of the dispensation granted to him by the bishop of Worcester, on the strength of which he held the rectories of Hakeburn, in the diocese of Salisbury, value 20 marks, and Clyve, in that of Lincoln.
14 Kal. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 192.)
To Master Pandulf de Sabello, subdean of the church of York, papal notary. Faculty to be ordained priest by any catholic bishop he may choose.
1313.
7 Id. Aug.
Groseau.
(f. 194.)
Revocation of all the suits between Francis, cardinal of St. Mary's in Cosmedin, archdeacon of Richmond, and William archbishop of York, touching the said archdeaconry; and commission to Master Gregory de Placentia to hear the same.
Kal. Oct.
Groseau.
(f. 211d.)
To Walter, bishop of Worcester. Translation to the see of Canterbury, void by the death of Robert, the election of Thomas de Cobham, canon of York, not being allowed, because the appointment was reserved to the apostolic see.
Concurrent letters to the prior and chapter, to the clergy and to the people of the diocese, to vassals of the church, to the suffragans of the see, and to the king.
Ibid.
(f. 214d.)
Appointment of Walter, canon of York, to the see of Worcester, void by the translation of bishop Walter; he has been consecrated by Berengarius, bishop of Tusculum.
Concurrent letters to the chapter of Worcester, to the clergy and to the people of the diocese, to vassals of the church, and to the king.
12 Kal. June.
Chateauneuf.
(f. 219.)
To Walter de Kirkebi. Provision, at the request of Walter de Maydenestan, canon of York, whose kinsman he is, of the rectory of Grantesdene, in the diocese of Ely, void by the resignation of the same Walter, notwithstanding that he has provision of other benefices, or that he is only fourteen years old.
Concurrent mandate to the prior of St. Mary's, Southwark, the treasurer of Wells, and another named.
Ibid.
(f. 223.)
To William de Handlo, provost of Wingham, in the diocese of Canterbury. Indult, at the request of Hugh Le Despenser, knight, to retain the same for three years, being non-resident, while engaged in the king's service.
Ibid. To John de Cherleton, knight, the king's chamberlain. Faculty to have a portable altar.
Ibid. The like to John de Cromwell, knight, of the diocese of York.
2 Kal. June.
Biterrite,
Avignon.
(f. 228.)
To Richard, abbot of St. Edmunds. Appropriation of the church of Hertlawe (Harlow), in the diocese of London, of his patronage, value 20 marks, to take effect on the death or resignation of the rector, a perpetual vicar being appointed.
Concurrent mandate to the abbots of St. Augustine's, Canterbury and Westminster, and Master Robert de Pinchebek, canon of York.
Ibid. To the same. Faculty to grant a relaxation of forty days of enjoined penance to those who come to hear him preach.
Ibid. To John de Bluntesham, monk of St. Edmunds. He, when fifteen years of age, shot an arrow which accidentally hit his little brother, aged seven, in the eye, who died after three weeks of fever. Dispensation to minister in the orders he has received, and to be ordained priest, with a quiet conscience.
6 Kal. Oct.
Groseau.
(f. 229d.)
To the bishop of Ely. Grant of the reversion of the collation of the archdeaconry reserved to the pope, and now held by William, cardinal of St. Ciriac's, to take effect on the death or resignation of the said cardinal.
12 Kal. June.
Chateauneuf.
(f. 231d.)
To Roger de Mowbray, knight, and Margaret, daughter of Alexander de Abirnithine, knight, of the diocese of St. Andrews. Dispensation to intermarry, they being related to one another in the fourth degree of kindred.
4 Id. June.
Chateauneuf.
(f. 232d.)
To Thomas Rose, canon of Aberwyle, and rector of St. Mengan, Penkeltyn, and Straddewy, in the diocese of St. David's. Dispensation to accept other benefices to the value of 50l.
1312.
2 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 232d.)
To Roger de Wingefeld, rector of Brynton, Wetheryngsete, and Sutton, in the dioceses of Lincoln and Norwich. Dispensation to accept another benefice, value 26 marks.
1313.
6 Id. June.
Groseau.
(f. 238.)
To Thomas, son of John de Segrave, aged sixteen. Dispensation to hold the rectory of Sileby, in the diocese of Lincoln, value 20l. and also to accept an additional benefice, value 40l.
2 Kal. June.
Biterrite.
(Bideridde.)
(f. 241.)
To John, rector of Schebiri, in the diocese of London, of illegitimate birth. Indult, at the request of Henry de Lestre, member of the papal household, to be non-resident for five years while engaged in his studies at an university.
5 Kal. July.
Groseau.
(f. 244d.)
To Richard de Aston, doctor of canon law. He was successively rector of Coldnorton, in the diocese of Lincoln, and of Bonyton, in that of York, value 16 marks. Dispensation to retain the same, and accept an additional benefice, value 10l.
Ibid. To Robert de Bukyngham, rector of All Saints, Irdingburi, in the diocese of Lincoln, value 5l. Dispensation to accept an additional benefice, value 40l.
Ibid.
(f. 247.)
To Walter de Coleshulle, rector of Stratfeldsay, in the diocese of Winchester, value 25 marks, and of Sperscheholte, in that of Salisbury, value 40 marks. Dispensation to retain the same.
Ibid. To John de Monteforti, rector of Pole, in the diocese of Salisbury, value 10 marks. Dispensation to hold also Cumbehaweye, in that of Bath and Wells, value 7 marks.
5 Non. Oct.
Groseau.
(f. 247.)
To Anassantius de Cavomonte. Provision of the rectory of Wodedalling, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the death of John de Gippewic, who died at Montpellier, whither he had betaken himself from the Roman court for recreation.
Concurrent mandate to the archdeacon of Narbonne, and two others named.
1313.
3 Non. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 258d.)
To Roger de Northburgh, rector of Bonneys, in the diocese of Carlisle, and St. Magnan in Liver, in that of Exeter. Dispensation to accept two additional benefices, value 60l.
3 Kal. July.
Groseau.
(f. 260d.)
To Adam de Eglesfeld. He is rector of Brighteston and Bentreston, in the dioceses of Winchester and Worcester, value 30l. and of Egremond in that of York, value 12l. which he holds by commendam. Dispensation to accept an additional benefice value 25l.

Curial Letters.

8 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 264d.)
To Arnald, cardinal of St. Prisca's, papal nuncio in England. Extension of faculties to hear confessions, not only of inhabitants of the realm, but also of others in places through which he passes, in going and returning.
3 Non. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 265.)
To the same. Faculty to dispense persons of illegitimate birth, not being sons of priests, or regulars, or of adulterous or incestuous parentage, and of good conversation, to be ordained, and to minister in orders received; salutary penance being imposed at the discretion of the nuncio.
8 Id. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 268.)
To Master William de Balaeto, archdeacon of Forli, papal chaplain. Mandate to warn and induce the archbishops, bishops, and prelates of England to carry out the orders of Nicholas IV. touching the payment of Peter's pence collected, but not yet paid to Geoffrey, bishop of Parma, papal nuncio, and which, after excuses and appeals, was not paid to William Testa, sent by the present pope to obtain it. The secular arm is to be called in to enforce obedience to the mandate. [Benedictine edition, 9929.]
Ibid. To the same. He is put in the place of William Testa, promoted to the cardinalate, and recalled to the apostolic see. [Ibid. 9930.]
Ibid. To the same. Faculty to demand and receive from the king the yearly cess for past and future years.
Ibid. To archbishops, bishops, abbots, and all prelates of the realm. Monition and mandate to receive William de Balaeto as papal nuncio, and give him 7s. a day for his expenses.
4 Id. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 269d.)
To Arnald, bishop of Albano, and Arnald, cardinal of St. Prisca's, papal nuncios, and to cardinal William Testa. Licence to exercise their powers in carrying out their mission to foster peace in the realm, though they have to leave it for a time, and over all persons, exempt or non-exempt. [Benedictine edition, 9937.]
Ibid.
(f. 270.)
To the same. Faculty to compel all persons to obey their commissions and injunctions, no appeal being allowed. [Ibid. 9938.]
1313.
7 Id. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 270.)
To the same. Licence, if they are obliged to leave the realm, to carry on the business of their mission, and exercise authority over all persons, exempt or non-exempt, secular or religious.
Ibid. To the same or any of them. Mandate to proceed in their mission, though cardinal Arnald be hindered from doing so.
Non. April.
Avignon.
(f. 275.)
Master John de Solerio, canon of Hereford, is the bearer of papal letters to Portugal.
Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 277.)
To all prelates of Christendom, and amongst them to those of England and Ireland. Mandate to pay the Holy Land tenth imposed by the council of Vienne.
8 Id. Mar.
Avignon.
(f. 291.)
To all archbishops, bishops, and prelates, regular and secular, of the realm. Exhortation and mandate to pay the Peter's pence, which is due, to Master William de Balaeto, collector of the same. [Benedictine edition, 10, 011.]
8 Id. July.
Groseau.
(f. 291d.)
To Master William de Balaeto. Indult that he shall not be compelled to attend to any business other than that committed to him by the pope. [Ibid. 10,012.]
Ibid. To the same. Faculty to confer the office of notary public on two persons.
7 Kal. Aug.
Groseau.
(f. 293.)
To the same. Mandate to sequestrate, sell, and distrain the proceeds of the manors of Perschorte, Morton Castel, Langedon, Chadesle, Durhurst, Herdewike, Bourton, Todham, and Sutton, with their hamlets and appurtenances, in the diocese of Worcester, belonging to the abbot of Westminster, in satisfaction of a debt of 8000 florins due from him to the Roman church.
6 Kal. Oct.
Groseau.
(f. 296d.)
To William [Testa], cardinal of St. Ciriac's. Indult to visit his archdeaconries of Aran and Ely by deputy, and receive procurations.
Concurrent mandate to the bishop of London and two others named.