Regesta 269
1373-1374

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'Regesta 269: 1373-1374', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 4: 1362-1404 (1902), pp. 121-130. URL: http://british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96386 Date accessed: 26 November 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. CCLXIX.

3 Gregory XI.

Littere Secrete … Per Nicolaum De Auximo, Notarium Et Secretarium.

1373.
3 Id. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 1d.)
To Lewis, count of Flanders. Desiring him to give licence to Benedict Nerotii and Nerotius Bernardi, of the ancient Alberti of Florence, to convey through his lands 300 pieces (pannos) of woollen cloth from England for the use of the papal court.
Ibid.
(f. 2.)
To the échevins (scabinis) of Bruges and other towns of Flanders. The like, mutatis mutandis.
4 Id. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 9.)
To William de Grenlaw, archdeacon of St. Andrews, papal nuncio. Mandate, as above, Reg. cclxv. f. 26. (Here along with thirty-two other nuncios.) [See f. 60.]
Ibid. To John Doncan, archdeacon of Down, papal chaplain and nuncio. The like. [As above, Reg. cclxv. f. 26.]
Ibid.
(f. 9d.)
To Arnold Garnerii, canon of Châlons, papal nuncio. The like. [Ibid. f. 26d.]
10 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 35d.)
To Enguerrand de Cusiaco (Coucy), count of Soissons, John Agut (Hawkwood), and two others. The pope has learned with indescribable bitterness that they have begun to treat for peace with the impious tyrants and enemies of God and the Roman church Barnabas and Caleatius de Vicecomitibus (Visconti). The pope, who intends to have no peace with the said enemies, orders them to listen in future to no envoys coming therefrom. [See f. 279d.]
11 Kal. June.
Avignon.
(f. 51d.)
To John Agud (Hawkwood), knight, captain of the English forces in the service of the Roman church in Lombardy. Congratulating him on his victory, and ordering him to join Amadeus, count of Savoy, in the territory of Milan. Their pay shall be paid as quickly as possible. [Eodem modo; the similar letter to Enguerrand de Coucy being given in full. See Reg. cclxv. f. 53.] [Leader & Marcotti, Sir John Hawkwood, p. 322.]
3 Kal. June.
Pont de Sorgues,
Avignon.
(f. 54.)
To Peter, cardinal of St. Mary's in Trastevere, vicar-general in lands of the Roman church. Desiring him—on the complaint of Lewis de Gonzaga, knight, imperial vicar in the city of Mantua, that the English forces in the pope's service, in passing through the Mantuan territory, have burned houses and destroyed crops to see that the said knight and other Mantuans do not suffer.
Ibid.
(f. 54d.)
To Nicholas, marquis of Este, vicar for the pope and the Roman church in the city of Ferrara; to Amadeus, count of Savoy, captain-general of the war against Milan; to Enguerrand, count of Soissons, lord of Coucy (Cousiaco), captain of a certain force belonging to the Roman church. The like.
4 Kal. July.
Avignon.
(f. 60.)
To William de Grenlaw, archdeacon of St. Andrews, papal nuncio. Mandate, along with twenty-three other nuncios, to obtain and to send without delay information touching the persons and means of the houses of the Hospitallers in his district, as ordered by the pope's letters of 4 Id. Feb. last past. [See above, f. 9, and Reg. cclxv. f. 26.]
15 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 99d.)
To John Tournabary (Thornbury), knight, marshal of the English force in Italy for the Roman church. The pope has received his envoy, John Britz, to whom he has given a favourable reply; the pope desires him to continue his efforts against the enemy, especially Barnabas [Visconti]. As to their pay, let them with filial patience bear with the Roman church, especially as William, cardinal of St. Angelo's, whom the pope has appointed vicar-general in place of [Peter] cardinal of Bourges, about to return to the Roman court, will provide therefor.
Ibid.
(f. 100.)
To John Brez (Brise), knight, marshal of the English force in Italy for the Roman church. The like.
Ibid. To John Aguti (Hawkwood), knight, captain of the English force in Italy for the Roman church. The like, desiring him in addition to induce his companions to bear with the Roman church. [Leader & Marcotti, p. 320.]
Ibid. To Coch, marshal of a certain force in Italy for the Roman church. The like.
Ibid.
(f. 100d.)
To John Aguti (Hawkwood), knight, as above. Requiring him, when requested by Bérenger, abbot of Lézat, in the diocese of Rieux, papal nuncio at Piacenza, to ride thither secretly and suddenly with his whole force, or to send part of it in order to hurry on the treaties, to complete which the presence of his force will be necessary. [Leader & Marcotti, p. 321.]
12 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 101d.)
To Bérenger, abbot of Lézat, papal nuncio. Enclosing letters to John Agnti (Hawkwood) and other leaders of the English, and desiring him to request their services as may be necessary.

Per Guillermum Baronis, Secretarium.

Id. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 114d.)
To Edward, king of England, along with the emperor Charles and other kings. Recommending to him John, abbot of Citeaux, who is sent on business for the pope, the Roman church, and the Cistercian order, and will pass through his territory. [Eodem modo.]
Ibid. To Robert, king of Scotland. Recommending to him the same, and the abbot of Clairvaux. [Eodem modo.]
7 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 120d.)
To John Acuti (Hawkwood) and three other captains for the pope and the Roman church. Mandate to execute with diligence the pope's intention as contained in the secret letters enclosed.
Ibid. To each of the abbots of St. Syrus, Genoa, (S. Ciri; Siri in Rubrice), and St. John the Evangelist, Ravenna. Mandate to send an envoy with the above letters and to take care that they be delivered.
16 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 142.)
To Edward, king of England. Requesting him to impose perpetual silence on Richard de Derby, who under pretext of a royal grant claims the canonry and prebend of York, which the late William de Sancto Martiali, licentiate of civil law, brother of Hugh, cardinal of St. Mary's in Porticu, held for twelve years by papal collation, and which since his death has been held by the said cardinal Hugh for another twelve years. The king may give full credence to the dean of London and the bishop of Rochester (Besensi for Roffensi) touching the matter. [See f. 341.]
Ibid.
(f. 142d.)
To Richard, earl of Arundel. Requesting him to use his influence with the king touching the same matter.
12 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 142d.)
To Peter, cardinal of St. Mary's in Trastevere, vicar-general in lands of the Roman church. Mandate to assign to Enguerrand, lord of Coucy (Couciaco), count of Soissons, captain of forces of the Roman church in Lombardy, fifty lances, with the pay usual in those parts, by which is not to be understood the pay which was given to the English in order to withdraw them from the service of the pope's enemies.
5 Id. April.
Avignon.
(f. 149d.)
To Philip, duke of Burgundy. Desiring him to give a safeconduct through his lands to Simon, cardinal of St. Sixtus, who is shortly to return to the pope.
Ibid.
(f. 150.)
To Wenceslaus, duke of Brabant; to Amadeus, count of Savoy; to the archbishop of Cologne; to the bishops of Liège, Basle, and Augsburg; to [Charles de Bouville] governor of the dauphiny of Vienne, and to another named. The like.
18 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(f. 152.)
To Simon, cardinal of St. Sixtus. Mandate, at his own desire, to return without delay to the pope, the parties to whom he was sent having refused to acquiesce in the sound counsels of himself and cardinal John.
Ibid. To John, cardinal of Sancti Quatuor Coronati. The like, mutatis mutandis.
16 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(f. 152d.)
To the archbishop of Treves. As above, to Philip, duke of Burgundy.
3 Id. May.
Avignon.
(f. 160.)
To Edward, king of England. The pope has received his letters praying him to postpone, until the arrival of the envoys whom the king proposes to send before the feast of St. John Baptist, the appearance and the processes of John, bishop of Lincoln, and certain royal justiciars, cited to the papal court. Although citations do not emanate from the papal court without very mature information, and although many ecclesiastics of the realm rebel against the pope's orders, especially those touching the bestowal, even upon cardinals of the holy Roman church, of canonries and prebends and benefices, and those touching the subsidy asked for against Barnabas and Galeatius de Vicecomitibus (Visconti), of Milan, and although they prevent the pope's letters concerning the same from reaching England, nevertheless the pope suspends the citations until the first of July next, and desires him not to favour rebellious ecclesiastics, and to liberate a Carmelite friar who has been arrested by royal officers whilst carrying papal letters touching the subsidy.
Ibid.
(f. 161.)
To Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales. Requesting him to use his influence with the king touching the same matters, and to induce rebellious ecclesiastics to pay the subsidy.
Ibid. To John, duke of Lancaster. The like.
Ibid.
(f. 161d.)
To John, bishop of Lincoln. Informing him of the abovementioned suspension, with mandate to restore to the master of Sempringham the rights and goods of which the bishop has despoiled him. Otherwise the pope will compel him, in such a way as will be an example to others.
Ibid. To Simon, cardinal of St. Sixtus, papal nuncio. Mandate to urge the king by letters to listen favourably to the pope's requests touching the subsidy, and the liberation of the Carmelite friar.
7 Id. June.
Pont de Sorgues.
(f. 175.)
To John Brez (Brise), knight, marshal of the English force in Italy for the Roman church. Commending him for his exertions against the sons of iniquity, Barnabas and Galeatius de Vicecomitibus (Visconti), of Milan, and desiring him to repair at once with his men to Amadeus, count of Savoy, and to give full credence to Peter de Murlis, donsel, member of the papal household.
Ibid. To Thomelinus de Bellomonte, donsel, marshal of the English force. The like.
Ibid. To John Acuti (Hawkwood), knight, captain of the English force. The like. [Leader & Marcotti, p. 321.]
Ibid. To John Tourneberi (Thornbury) knight, marshal of the English force. The like.
4 Id. June.
Pont de Sorgues.
(f. 178.)
To Peter, cardinal of St. Mary's in Trastevere, vicar-general in lands of Italy for the pope and the Roman church. Mandate to assign to John Haukewod, knight, captain of the English forces in the pay of the pope and the Roman church, for his residence, and to his heirs for ever, a certain hospital in the city of Bologna, if it be in the pope's gift; the same having been conferred on the said John for a certain time by Bernard bishop of Bologna, treasurer-general in those parts for the pope and the Roman church.
4 Non. July.
Avignon.
(f. 188d.)
To William Martedonis of England, donsel, captain of forces in Italy. Commending him, along with twelve other captains, for his exertions against the aforesaid enemies, and desiring him to give full credence to Hugh de Ruppe (la Roche), knight.
Ibid. To John Tourneberi (Thornbury), knight, marshal of the English force in Italy. The like; with promise to compensate his services by fitting honours.
Ibid. To John Brez (Brise), knight, marshal of the English force in Italy. The like.
Ibid.
(f. 184.)
To Thomelinus de Bellomonte, knight, marshal of the English force in Italy. The like.
Ibid. To John Acuti (Hawkwood), knight, captain of the English force in Italy, in the pay of the pope and the Roman church. The pope is surprised that, although John fights in battle like a champion (pugil) of the church and mighty man of valour, yet the son of Belial, Barnabas, has hitherto lost no city, fortress, or territory. The pope exhorts him to arise in his strength against those sons of perdition, Barnabas and Galeatius, and to do something notable. Full credence may be given to Hugh de Rupe, knight, master of the papal household. [Leader & Marcotti, p. 323.]
2 Kal. Sept.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 206d.)
To Charles, king of the French. Desiring him to order his officials in Dauphiny to liberate certain Hospitallers on their way to the pope, and also Ughtred (Autredus), a Benedictine, S.T.M. and John Loudham, clerk, ambassadors of king Edward to the pope, with their attendants and goods; as also William Burton, knight, and John Schepeye, D.C.L. ambassadors of the said king, who are now at Chambéry. [See f. 219.]
Ibid.
(f. 207.)
To John, cardinal of Sancti Quatuor Coronati, at Paris. Mandate to insist with the king of France touching the same matter.
Ibid.
(f. 207d.)
To Nicholas de Veris, canon of Paris, papal chaplain. The like.
Id. Sept.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 212d.)
To John, cardinal of Sancti Quatnor Coronati, papal nuncio. Mandate to assist Pileus, archbishop of Ravenna, and William, bishop of Carpentras, papal nuncios, in making peace between the kings of France and England.
15 Kal. Oct.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 215.)
To Charles, king of the French. Urging him to make peace with the king of England; to which end the pope has sent to him, to king Edward, and to John, duke of Lancaster, the abovenamed nuncios, to whom full credence may be given.
Ibid.
(f. 215d.)
To Edward, king of England. The like, mutatis mutandis.
13 Kal. Oct.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 215d.)
To Charles, king of the French. Desiring him to order the release of Reynhard de Strel[is], baron of the land of Lausitz (terre Luzatie), who on his way to the pope has been arrested at Lyons as an Englishman, although he is said to be a councillor and vassal of the emperor Charles.
Ibid.
(f. 216.)
To the commune of the city of Lyons and two others named. Desiring them to procure the release of the same.
13 Kal. Oct.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 216.)
To [Thomas de Felton] seneschal of Bordeaux. Requesting him to restore to Arnold Bernardi Ebrardi, preceptor of the Hospitallers at Bordeaux, falsely accused of rebellion against king Edward, the temporalities seized and held by him in the royal name.
Ibid. To [Robert de Wykford] constable of Bordeaux. The like.
12 Kal. Oct.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 216d.)
To Philip, duke of Burgundy. Urging him to make peace with the English, and to give credence to the papal nuncios.
Ibid.
(f. 217.)
To Edward, prince of Wales. The like, mutatis mutandis.
Ibid. To John, duke of Berry. Desiring him to give credence to the nuncios, and to use his influence with the king of France in favour of their mission.
Ibid.
(ff. 217d, 218.)
To nobles and prelates in France and England, and among them to [Thomas] earl of Warwick; to Richard [le Scrope], chief treasurer of England; to [Henry] lord de Percy; to William de Latimer; to William, earl of Salisbury; to Guy de Brien, knight, of St. Davids; to Edmund, earl of Cambridge; to [Richard] earl of Arundel. The like, mutatis mutandis.
Ibid.
(f. 218.)
To William, bishop of Worcester; to ‘John, bishop of Bath; to William, bishop of Bath. Mandate to the like effect. [The names John and William, bishop of Bath, occur on consecutive lines. The name John was at first omitted, and afterwards inserted above the line.]
7 Kal. Oct.
Villenenve by
Avignon.
(f. 219.)
To the bishop of Arezzo, papal nuncio. Mandate to procure safe-conduct, if they request it, for William Burton, knight, and Master John Schepeye, D.C.L. king Edward's ambassadors to the Roman court, together with Robert de Affion, donsel, papal serjeant-at-arms, who is being sent by the pope to the said ambassadors. [See ff. 206d. and 303.]
Ibid.
(f. 219d.)
To Nicholas Spinello, knight, seneschal of Provence, member of the papal household; to [Bona] countess of Savoy; and to Peter Gerbasii (Gerbais), treasurer of Amadeus, count of Savoy. The like request.
2 Kal. Oct.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 221.)
To [Charles de Bouville] governor and to the council of Dauphiny. The like.
8 Kal. Nov.
Avignon.
(f. 228d.)
To [Hugh] earl of Stafford. Requesting him, if he chance to pass that way, to cause his forces to abstain from injuring the college founded by the late Hugh, cardinal of St. Laurence's in Damaso, the pope's uncle, at St. Germain de Maseré, in the diocese of Limoges. [See Reg. cclxiii. f. 30.]
Ibid.
(ff. 228d, 229.)
To [Thomas] earl of Warwick; to [William] lord de Bardolf; to Hugh de Cortenay, knight; to [Ralph] lord de Bassett; to Hugh de Calveley, knight; to Walter Huet, knight; to [Thomas] earl of Kent; to [William] earl of Suffolk; to the lord de Grey; to [Robert] lord de Ros; to John, duke of Lancaster; and three others named. The like.
7 Kal. Nov.
Avignon.
(f. 229d.)
To the seneschal of Beaucaire or his lieutenant. Desiring him to retain in his hands, until he receives instructions from the king of France and the duke of Anjou, his prisoner, John Abbevile, clerk of the parts of England, accused at the Roman court of many enormities. The pope is writing to the said king and duke to request the surrender to him of the said John as an ecclesiastical person.
Id. Nov.
Avignon.
(f. 234.)
To John, duke of Lancaster. Commending to him the Benedictine monastery of Chaise Dieu (Case Dei), in the diocese of Clermont.
7 Id. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 241.)
To John, duke of Lancaster. Requesting him to grant safe-conduct through his forces to William de Bossaco, the elder, donsel, of the diocese of Tulle, member of the pope's household, and others, who, with their wives and attendants and twenty horses (equitaturis), are coming to the Roman court.
Ibid. To [Edward le] Dispenser, captain of English forces in Aquitaine, Hugh de Carvallay (Calveley), and others named. The like.
12 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 245d.)
To Edward, king of England. The pope has received John, bishop of Bangor; Ultred (Ughtred), a Benedictine, S.T.M.; John Scepey, clerk, D.C.L.; and William Burton, knight, and their letters of credence. The pope recites what the ambassadors have set forth, using their words, touching (1) the presentation to prebends and other benefices pertaining to bishoprics and abbeys and other religious houses, which become void whilst the temporalities of such bishoprics and houses are in the king's hands; (2) the presentation to dignities and benefices in the gift of the crown by virtue of the king's prerogative (ex prerogutiva tue regalie); (3) appeals to the apostolic see in suits duly terminated in the king's court respecting such benefices; (4) citations which on account of the wars cannot be obeyed; (5) reservations and provisions to the prejudice of the rights of patronage, from which the pope is requested in future to abstain; (6) the subsidy, which he is prayed to postpone until the wars cease. Although the pope marvels greatly, he has caused certain articles of concord to be prepared, which are enclosed in these presents, and which the king is prayed to accept [See Reg. cclxxxv. f. 167]. As to the subsidy, although it is notorious that neither the pope's letters nor his nuncios are permitted to enter the realm, nevertheless he has granted a delay until next Easter, and even a month after; desiring the king to induce the clergy to pay, and not to favour them in their rebellion. Touching other matters laid before the pope by the said ambassadors a verbal answer has been given. [See also Reg.cclxv. f. 100d. and cclxxxvi. f. 296.]
1373.
5 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 247.)
To John, duke of Lancaster. Recommending to him Nicholas de Belloforti, knight, lord of Limeuil (Limolio), the pope's brother, governor of the territory of Caumont (Cavomonte), and praying him to restore to him the castle of Samazan, in the diocese of Bazas, which belongs to the said territory, and which is said to have been taken by Thomas de Felton, seneschal of Bordeaux.

Secrete Extraordinarie Per G. Baronis.

16 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(f. 248d.)
To Simon, cardinal of St. Sixtus, papal nuncio. Commending his diligence in his mission to France and England; but as the business on which he and John, cardinal of Sancti Quatuor Coronati, were sent has not been brought to the desired issue, he is ordered to return at once to the pope. [In margin. Collatio facta est.]
Ibid. To John, cardinal of Sancti Quatuor Coronati. The like, mutatis mutandis.

Per Franciscum Bruni, Secretarium.

11 Kal. March.
Avignon.
(f. 260.)
To Thomas de Milleborn, canon of Lincoln. Holding him excused, on the information and petition of John, duke of Brittany, whose councillor and treasurer he is, from the charges laid against him, and requesting him to use his influence with the said duke in favour of ecclesiastical liberties.
4 Kal. March.
Avignon.
(f. 26 d.)
To Edward, king of England. Requesting him to allow Peter, cardinal of St. Laurence's in Damaso, to obtain possession of the canonry and prebend of Salisbury, papal provision of which has been made to him motu proprio.
Ibid.
(f. 261.)
To Edward, prince of Aquitaine and Wales. The like, mutatis mutandis.
Non. April.
Avignon.
(f. 273d.)
To William, bishop of Siena. Mandate to assist towards a speedy junction of Enguerrand, lord of Coucy (Couciacho), and John Acut (Hawkwood), and other forces of the English, with Amadeus, count of Savoy, in the parts of Milan.
18 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(f. 278.)
To Peter, cardinal of St. Mary's in Trastevere, vicar-general in lands of Italy. Mandate to procure as quickly as possible the above-named junction; with other instructions concerning the war against the Visconti.
13 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(f. 279d.)
To Amadeus, count of Savoy. Requiring him to abstain from any treaty of peace with the Visconti. The pope is writing to the same effect, with the addition of a threat of excommunication, to Nicholas de Belloforti, lord of Limeuil (Limolio), Raymund de Turenne, knight, Enguerrand, lord of Coucy (Couciacho), John Acut (Hawk wood), and others in the army of the pope and the Roman church, as contained in the enclosed schedule. [See f. 35d.]
1373.
3 Non Aug.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(ff. 300d, 301.)
To Coc, captain of certain forces in Italy; to John Acuti (Hawkwood), captain; and to John Tournabaril (Thornbury), marshal of the English force in Italy. Letters of credence for two agents sent by the pope with instructions.
8 Id. Aug.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 301.)
To Robert, king of Scotland. Recommending to him John de Logy, lord of that place in the diocese of St. Andrews, who in the time of king David received many injuries, touching which justice should be done.
7 Kal. Sept.
Villeneuve.
(f. 303.)
To [Charles de Bouville] governor of Dauphiny or his lieutenant. Requesting him to liberate certain attendants of the bishop of Bangor, William de Burton, knight, Hotred (Ughtred), a monk of Durham, and John Schepey, ambassadors of king Edward, who were taken in the dauphiny of Vienne and despoiled of their horses and goods. [See f. 219.]
Ibid.
(f. 303d.)
To the council of Dauphiny. The like.
4 Kal. Sept.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 304.)
To Thomas, bishop elect of Ely. No one so young has been appointed to a see. The pope has done this at the request of his father Richard, earl of Arundel, whose example in defending ecclesiastical liberties the pope exhorts him to follow.

Per Johannem De Sancto Martino, Secretarium.

6 Id. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 323.)
To John Agud (Hawkwood), knight. Recommending to him Luchinus and Anthony de Vicecomitibus (Visconti), knights, of Milan, who with fifty lances are about to join the forces in the pay of the Roman church.
12 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 326.)
To John Aguth (Hawkwood), knight, etc. and to John de Tornabarili (Thornbury), knight, etc. Thanking them for their zeal, which he has learned from William, bishop of Siena, and desiring them to give full credence to the same bishop, whom the pope is sending back to them.
10 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 326.)
To Charles, king of the French. Commending to him Robert and James, sons of the late John de Villamuro, knight, for whom, on his being captured by the English [at Limoges], they became hostages.
Ibid. To William de Dormanno, knight, chancellor of France. Desiring him to use his influence in favour of the same.
8 Id. May.
Avignon.
(f. 327d.)
To John, duke of Berry. Requesting him to liberate William de Ussello, knight, whose brother Gerald, donsel, surrendered the castle of Casluc (Chalus) to the English, in reprisal for which William was imprisoned in the town of Riom, and is still detained there, though not in prison.
4 Id. May.
Avignon.
(f. 327d.)
To Robert, king of Scotland. Recommending to him William Grenlaw, archdeacon of St. Andrews, papal chaplain and nuncio, who is coming to Scotland as collector.
Ibid. To John, earl of Carryk, king Robert's eldest son; to Robert, earl of Fife; to William, earl of Douglas; to George, earl of March; to John, earl of Moray; to Archibald de Douglas, lord of Galloway (Golwidie); to Thomas, earl of Mar; to James de Douglas, lord of Daweth (Dalkeith); to Robert de Erskyn, knight; to the bishops of Moray, Ross, Caithness, Dunblane, Sodor, St. Andrews, Glasgow, Whitehern, Brechin, Dunkeld, Aberdeen. The like.

Per Nicolaum [Le] Diseur, Secretarium.

6 Id. March.
Avignon.
(f. 341.)
To Edward, king of England. Touching the canonry and prebend of York held by Hugh, cardinal of St. Mary's in Porticu, about which the king may give full credence to the bishop of Rochester and the dean of London (almost verbatim as above, f. 142).