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Henry VIII: Miscellaneous, 1509-1514

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Letters and Papers, Foreign and Domestic, Henry VIII, Volume 1, 1509-1514. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1920.

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Miscellaneous, 1509–1514

6 HENRY VIII.
1514.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 8, f. 72. R.O.
3609. [5042.] PRESTS.
"A book of prests paid and advanced by Sir John Daunce." So the title; and the heading within seems to indicate that they began (or the commission for them was dated) "the first day of Febr. ao vto [H. viijvi], "but they are almost all quite faded out. The first at all legible is for 2,700(?)l. to Sir Thomas Wyndam 23 May ao 6to and the last (ƒ. 78d.) on 6 May ao 6to for 240l. to Sir Edw. Belknap for coats and wages of pioneers in the Middle Ward, 18l. odd to Roger Dele and 64l. odd to John Peryn for provision of horses.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 9, f. 246. R.O. 3610. [5724.] JOHN DAWTREY'S ACCOUNT.
Payments for victuals:—(Commencement lost) "October the yere abovesayd with ... 95l. 18s. 3½d.; also for ... of [houses?] remaining at Hampton, with cellars hired for the same, and for men's wages that kept the said houses, 49l. 5s. 5d. in all, as in the said book of parcels upon this declaration examined it may appear," and for Flanders biscuits. "Victualling the King's army by sea, the 6th year of his reign." Payments for victuals for certain ships, "the w[hich were] to attend for the transporting of the French Queen into France," and victuals sent to Hull. "Wages and conduct of the army sent to sea in the 4th (?) year of the King's reign." Payments, for "carriage of wood (?) to the [army]"; for the fleet retained to carry Charles lord Lisle (now duke of Suffolk) into foreign parts, and afterwards sent to Dover to transport the King's army; for ships sent from London to Southampton to victual Lord Lisle's retinues; for wages of victuallers, "as well of three Spanish [victuallers] that [provi]ded victuals with the [army] to Brest, and taried seven days [until] their flethes (?) were dispatched, which seven days ended the 20th day of June, the 5th year; as also for wages and tondage (?) of three other ships which carried John Heron's victuals from the ... to Southampton"; for "charges of the Mount Galaryes" made in the 5th year and begun in May of the 6th year, by Bede Olyver; for hire of ships, anchors, &c.; for "charges (?) of The Anne Galaunt"; "keeping the garrison of Portsmouth"; "keeping the King's ships in winter, anno 5 Hen. VIII.," for three months from 27 Sept.; for wages and victuals for the army; for two hired ships sent to Ireland, and two others coming from Ireland to Bristol; for wages of persons remaining at Portsmouth Jan. 5 Hen. VIII. for defence of the ships there; and for crews of ships.
Money advanced by John Dawtrey.—Payments for "land wages of the King's army by sea"; for the army mustered before the commissioners at Portsmouth, to serve in campaign of 6 Hen. VIII.; "for wages of the army upon sea, the 6th year"; for provisions, ordinance, masts and other necessaries; for taking up a great chain; for wages of "captains, petty captains and soldiers called Swcheners when they were in the Isle of Wight," for 5 months from 30 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII.; for fitting out The Soveraigne; for the carrack called The Gabriell Royall; for beer and bake-houses at Portsmouth; for making two gates (?) at the castles, and repairing the ditches there; and for repairing the ships.
Total:—86,719l. 2s. 1d.
Names of persons mentioned.—Charles lord Lisle, now duke of Suffolk, John Heron, Bede Olyver, master-carpenter, Sir William Pyrton, John Flemyng and Richard Palshyde, captains of the garrison of Portsmouth, John Dawtrey, Sir Thomas Wyndham, a captain of the army and Treasurer of War, Robert Reynold (of whom the King bought a ship called The Henry of Hampton); the mayor of Hampton; the patron of the Ragose ship; Simon Petyr of Syreksey, Nicholas Cowart of Hampton, John de Villa Nova, Sir Edward Howard, Lord Admiral, Sir Weston Browne, Richard Palshed, customer of Southampton, Robert Brygandyn, clerk of the King's ships, William Gonson, William Pawne, Sir Edward Belknapp and John Hopton.
Ready money delivered to Sir John Daunce, 8 Sept. 6 Hen. VIII., towards the charges of the wars, as appears by a letter from my Lord of York to John Dawtrey. Total, 2,100l.
"Petition for sundry payments for which the accomptant has no warrant"; viz., payments for biscuits and western fish "in a great storm lost"; to Nich. Cowart, for loss in sale of wheat after the wars, and for his wages as "supervisour and having the charge of the byscuett," and purveyor of wheat, from 24 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII. to 7 Nov. 6 Hen. VIII.; for wages of John Dawtrey and his two clerks, from 16 April 3 Hen. VIII. to 12 Sept. 6 Hen. VIII.; for carriage of money remaining in the hands of John Dawtrey from Hampton to London, &c.; for biscuits in the hands of Nich. Cowert and John Dawtrey; to Hen. Tylman of Chichester, brewer, for beer; to Rich. Gowffe of Chichester, baker, for biscuits; to _ Serle of Brighthempston, for barrels; for remainder "of wood vessels, carts, leighter and divers other necessaries," in the charge of Rich. Palshed, at Portsmouth. "Money paid and advanced by Richard Palshed":—for wages of brewers, millers, beer-clerks, mill-makers, coopers, surveyors, master-brewers, horse-keepers and smiths, attending upon the King's brewhouses at Portsmouth, 5 and 6 Hen. VIII., and of certain brewers and mariners from 22 Aug. 6 Hen. VIII. to 31 March following; for expences in carriage of beer, for rent of houses, for building a great store-house at Portsmouth, for repairing the King's garners and beer-houses at Portsmouth, for loss in sale, "after the war was done, of mill and dray-horses, wheat, malt, oats and hops; for wheat, malt, hops and beer lost and damaged at sea, and for wages of the said Rich. Palshed and his two clerks."
"Sum of the aforesaid: 5,007l. 15s. 5d."
Pp. 14; much defaced; first page mutilated.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 9, f. 244. R.O. 3611. [5723.] EXPENCES OF THE WAR.
"A remembrance" of debts (amounts specified) in the Auditor's books due to Hen. VIII. upon divers declarations concerning the late wars against France.
Debtors.—Sir Edward Poynynges, late commissioner with Sir Ric. Wynfeld in Flanders. John Ricroft, for surplus of wheat and malt. John Myklowe, for surplus of money for the French Queen's expences during her transporting into France. Thomas duke of Norfolk, for money delivered him by Sir Ph. Tylney, late treasurer of war under the Duke, at Brankston-field in the north. Antony Leigh, clerk of the kitchen, for surplus of money for the King's household expences beyond sea. Th. Byrkes, for surplus of the first victualling received by him; and for money received from John à Barkyng, brewer, for beer redelivered to him. Sir Nich. Vaux by obligation and by a bill. Stephen Lawrence and Eliz. Rowseley for empty foystes. Robt. Arnewey of Calais. Nicholas Smyth of Wysbiche. Ric. Bull of Lynne.
In the account of T. Byrks of the second victualling.—John Esyngwold of London, baker. Ralph Dormer, Hen. Potter, Deryk Nightyngale and Th. Suadenham of London, brewers. John Mathewe, John Atkynson, Robt. Brokett and Th. Best of London, bakers. Richard Wodeward of _, in Kent. John Easton of London, cooper.
In the account of Wm. Atcliff, clerk of the greencloth in the royal Household.—Henry Berkstall of Spene, Berks. Wm. Wright of London salter. Chr. Brodebank, Th. Clerk and Ric. Godder. John Easton of London, cooper, for empty foystes. Ralph Dormer and Robt. Studley, of London, brewers.
Allen Hardyng and others of Newcastell. Ric. Gough, underchamberlain, of London. Sir Wm. Sandes, late treasurer of war in the parts of Byskey. Sir Edward Howard, late lord admiral, for surplus from wages of the sailors, 5 Hen. VIII. Sir Th. Wyndham, treasurer of war by sea. Hen. Acres, of the King's buttry, for empty pipes received from John Heron, surveyor of customs in London, by Mr. Cofferer's letter. Miles Gerard of London. John Clyfford, master of the fellowship of merchants in Flanders, for surplus of money "for presting of Almaynes, &c." Th. Partriche, for surplus of money "for prestyng and payng of shypps."
Memoranda of accounts of Ant. Nele, Mr. Bond, E. Atclyff, Mr. Waryng and Mr. Daunce "not yet accounted."
Pp. 3. Endorsed.
S.P. Hen. VIII., 230, f. 327. R.O. 2. "Money delivered by way of prest and for stuff bought of divers persons hereafter ensuing, as by the books thereof at large may appear."
Showing the total sums received from John Heron, Sir John Daunce, Sir John Cutte, John Dawtrie and others by each of the following viz. Cornelius Johnson (for guns), Robert Dobbez (canvas), Edward Guldeford (divers causes), John Calvecaunt and Leonard Fryskabald (stuff), Humphrey Walker (guns), John Hopton (repair of ships, &c.), Wm. Pawne (crews, posts, repairs, &c., money received mainly from the abbot of St. Mary beside York and from John Dawtrie), Lewes de Fava (stuff), Ralph Dormer and Nic. Jenenz (beer), Th. Hert (guns, &c.), John Isham (repair of ships), George Herward (presting ships, &c.), Brian Tuke (cost of posts), Ric. Fawkenour (gunpowder), Ant. Baveryn (stuff), Sir Edw. Poynynges (for "Gelderland," receiving 4,500l. from Heron and 9,000l. from Sir Gilbert Talbot), Simon Gyles (guns), Herbert de Pole (guns), Th. Spert (provision for ships), Wm. Bolton, prior of St. Bartholomew's, Henry Shirborne, Hans Wulf (gunpowder and saltpetre), John Guyliot (storehouses at Depford and Eryth), Sir John Wilshire, comptroller of Calais (rec. of Gilbert Talbot 4,929l. 3s. 4d.), Domynyk Cyny (streamers and banners for ships), John Morley (oats), Sir Weston Browne (divers causes, receiving 200l. from John Heron of the Custom House in London and 20l. from Daunce), Laurence Bonvyce (stuff), Robert Bolt (stuff), my lord Dacre (rec. 666l. 13s. 4d. from the abbot of St. Mary's), Ant. Cavelary (stuff).
Large paper, pp. 3.
Exch. Accts., 61 (28). R.O. 3612. WAR EXPENSES.
A.D. 1513. A file containing receipts and warrants for payments by John Daunce in 4 and 5 Hen. VIII., for the war, viz.:—
I. Bills witnessing receipt of money from John Daunce, the King's servant:—In 4 Hen. VIII.—(2) 16 March, by Sir Th. Wyndam, for naval wages. (4) 16 Dec., by Brian Roche, for fish. (6) 21 Feb., by Ant. Poyntz, for ships senit from Bristol. (8) 25 Feb., by Th. Brikkes, clerk of the Green Cloth, for victuals. (11) 13 Jan., by Brian Roche, for cattle. (12, 13) By William Hatteclyff, for victualling the army upon the sea, 4 Dec. from Mr. Thomas Woulcy, almoner, 400l., and 17 Dec., from Daunce 1,600l.; with Wolsey's warrant (much mutilated) for Daunce's payment attached. (14, 15) 21 Feb., John Warde, for cart horses. Wolsey's holograph order for this payment. (16, 17) 8 (date lost), by John Warde, for things belonging to the Ordnance; with Wolsey's hol. order to pay this. (18, 19) 21 Feb., by Wm. Hatteclyff, for victual; with Wolsey's hol. order to pay this. (21, 22) 14 April, by John Ward, for cart horses. (25, 26) 21 April, by John Rycroft, serjeant of the Larder, for malt, oats and beans; and Wolsey's hol. order for this. (28) 14 Feb., by John Heron, "supervisor of the King's Custom House within the Port of London," for victual. (29) 16 March, by Wm. Hatteclyff, for victual of navy. (30) 3 March, the like. (31, 32) 25 March, the like; with Wolsey's hol. order for this. (33) 7 April, the like. (34) 17 March, by John Rycroft, for malt, oats and beans. (35) 26 March, by John Heron, supervisor of the Custom House of London, for victual. (37) Wolsey's hol. order for payment of 1,000l. "more" to Wm. Atclyf, written on the back of a memorandum about victualling of barks, sending of foists from the Downs to London, obtaining casks, &c. (38) 21 April, by Wm. Hatteclyff, for victualling the navy. (40) 22 Feb., by John Rycroft, for malt and oats. (41) 17 Jan., by John Isham, for "conveyance of a carrack from Armewe in Seland unto Themmys." (42) 24 Feb., by John Dawtrey, for revictualling the navy. (43) 26 Feb., by Wm. Hatteclyff, for victualling the navy. (47) 31 Dec., by Wm. Crane, "one of the gentlemen of the King's chapel, master of the works of his new ship at Wolwiche," for repair and rigging of the King's "ship, The Carryke, at Wolwich." (49) 27 Jan., by the same, for rigging The Nicholas Reede. (53) 2 March and 8 April, by the same, for amending ships at Woolwich (mutilated). (54 and 61) 8 Feb., by Richard Gybson, yeoman tailor, for hales, tents, pavilions, &c. (mutilated); with the King's warrant for this, 23 Jan. (56, 57) 11 April, by George Lawson (for Wm. Pawne), for wainscot and "shipeborde" for the beerhouses at Portsmouth; with the King's warrant for this. (58) 23 Dec., by Sir John Cutte, for 6,000l. for provision of ordnance; with the King's warrant for this, 14 Dec., as to be expended upon warrants subscribed by Shrewsbury, Herbert, Lovell and Poynings, or two of them. (59, 60) 7 April, by the same, for other 6,000l; with the King's warrant for this, 30 March. (63) 28 Dec. to 4 June, 5 Hen. VIII., by Wm. Bonde, clerk of the King's pult[ry], for the making of a new ship for the King at Woolwich. (64) 26 Feb., by Wm. Andrewe, for cart horses. (66) ... to 24 Jan., by Wm Hatteclyff, for victualling the navy. (68, 67) 21 Dec., by Cornelius Johnson, the King's gunmaker, for making iron guns; with the King's warrant for this dated Westm., 3 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII. (69) 1 Feb., by Wm. Bonythen, purser of The Henry Gracedewe, "now in making at Wolwiche," to provide hemp for "cabullys, ratlyn and marlyne." (70, 71) 12 Feb., by George Lawson, servant to Wm. Pawne, to provide horsemills and other necessaries for the King's brewhouses at Portsmouth; with the King's warrant for this, dated Greenwich, 3 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. (73, 74) 11 March, by George Lawson, for "clapholt hoopes and for the wages of coupers" at the King's beerhouses at Portsmouth; with warrant dated Greenwich, 27 Feb. (79, 78) 17 Jan., by Wm. Browne, jun., for flour provided by him, Ric. Former and George Medeley, merchants of the Staple at Calais; with warrant for this, dated Greenwich, 3 March 4 Hen. VIII. (84) 16 March, the like. (85) 11 March, the like. (89, 88) 15 Dec. to 29 Dec., by Wm. Pawne (and George Lawson, for him) towards vessel and other necessaries for 10 beerhouses "to be set up at Portismouth"; with Wolsey's hol. order for payment of 100l. to Pawne in prest "for certain fortifications to be made at Portysmowthe." (91) ... (day and year lost), by John Myklowe, Th. Byrkes and Brian Roche, for victuals for the army by land, 5,000l. (92) 12 April, the like, 5,000l. (93, 94) 1 March, by Brian Roche, for oxen and victuals; with warrant dated Greenwich, 17 Feb. (95, 96) 18 March, by John Myklowe, clerk comptroller, for victuals for the army; with warrant dated Greenwich, 15 Feb. (97, 98) 1 March, by Brian Roche, for victuals; with warrant dated Greenwich, 14 Feb.
In 5 Hen. VIII.—(1) Date lost, by Ric. Fermer, for flour. (5) 29 June, by Sir Robert Poyntz, on behalf of his son Ant. Poyntz, for ships retained at Bristol. (7) 8 and 11 Oct., by John Ward, for wages of the ordnance in the Middle Ward. (9) ... by John Myklawe, Th. Byrkes and Brian Roche, for wages of demilances, bakers, brewers, &c., for the great army beyond sea (mutilated). (10) 7 June, by John Dawtrey, one of the customers of Southampton. (20) 10 May, by Wm. Hatteclyff, for victuals. (27) 23 May, by John Dawtrey, for victualling the navy and making beerhouses at Portsmouth. (36) 10 May, by John Heron, supervisor of the Custom House, for victual. (39) 23 May, by John Rycroft, serjeant of the Larder, for malt, oats and beans. (44) 27 April, by John Dawtrey, for revictualling the navy, paying wages of Almains now in the Isle of Wight and making beerhouses at Portsmouth. (50) Aug ..., by Wm. Hebden, clk. (for John Ward) for payment of things belonging to the Ordnance of the Middle Ward. (51) 15 Sept., the like. (52) 7 Aug., by John Warde, for the like. (55) 18 Aug. and 11 Oct., by Richard Gybson, for [hales, tents], pavilions, &c. (mutilated). (65) 10 Nov.-8 Jan., by Wm. Bonde, towards making of a new ship at ... (72) 19 June, by Wm. Hatteclyff, one of the clerks of the Green Cloth, and Miles Gerard, for hoys and ships to transport the King's army from Sandwich and Dover to Caleys. (75, 76) 20 May, by the same, for wages and victuals of ships, "wafters and keepers of the Narrow Sea"; with Wolsey's hol. order for this. (77) 20 May, by the same, for transports. (80, 81) 1 Sept., by John Mykelowe and Wm. Bryswoode, for waggons for the King's victuals; with Wolsey's hol. order for this. (83) 22 Aug., by John Myklow, for wages of those attending on the King's victuals. (87, 86) 6 May to 21 June, by George Harward of London, merchant tailor, for hoys and ships retained in the Themyse; with Wolsey's hol. order for this. (91) ... (day and year lost), by John Myklowe, Thos. Byrkes and Brian Roche, for victuals for the army, 5,000l. (99, 100) 6 July, by John Myklowe, Th. Byrkes and Wm. Bryswode, for wagons to carry victuals; with Wolsey's signed order for this (mutilated). (101, 102) 3 July, by Myklowe and Byrkes, masters of the King's victuals, for the second month's wages of attendants; with Wolsey's signed order for this, dated London, 7 June. (104) 30 Sept., by Myklowe and Roche, towards monthly wages of attendants on the King's victuals. (105) 21 April 4 Hen. VIII. to 26 April 5 Hen. VIII., by John Hopton, for hoys retained in the Themys.
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II. Warrants under privy signet or sign manual, besides those described above:—(3) Pay Brian Roche, serjeant of the Accatry, for fish. Westm., 15 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII. (addressed to John Heron, treasurer of the Chamber, but marked as paid by Daunce out "of the war money in his charge"). (23) Pay Rob. Dobbys, haberdasher, for "oleruns," "viterey vaudelas" and "vitery canvas." Greenwich, 2 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. Receipt, 22 Feb. subscribed. (24) The like, dated Greenwich, 24 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII.; with receipt, 3 March. (45) The like, dated Greenwich, 22 March 4 Hen. VIII.; with receipt, 25 March. (46) Pay Wm. Crane, master of the works "of our new ship at Wolwyche," 100l. towards repair and rigging of "our carryk at Wolwiche." Greenwich, 31 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII. (48) Like warrant for rigging The Nicholas Rede. Greenwich, 26 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII. (82) Pay Brian Roche, for provision of beef. Westm., 26 Nov. 4 Hen. VIII. (Addressed and marked like § 3, above.) (90) Wolsey's request to Daunce to deliver John Myklowe, Thos. Byrkes and Brian Roche, masters of the King's victuals for his army royal, 376l. 9s. in prest for the third month's wage of attendants thereon. Calise, 18 July anno 5. With Byrke's receipt, the same day, subscribed. (103) Pay Ric. Fermor, Wm. Browne and George Medley, for flour. Greenwich, 23 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII.
Exch. Accts., 56 (9). R.O. 3613. WAR EXPENSES.
File of receipts, warrants, &c., mainly concerning the Ordnance in the years 4—6 Hen. VIII., viz.:—
I. Bills witnessing receipt of money from Sir John Cutte, under-treasurer, signed by the recipients:—
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In 4 Hen. VIII.—(1) 19 Feb., by Harbard de Poole, gunfounder, for gunmaking. (2) 24 Feb., by Thomaso Chavalcanti, for saltpetre. (3) 8 March, by Simon Giles, for gunmaking. (4) 6 March, by Humphrey Walker, for gunmaking. (5) 12 March, by Thomas Herte, gunner, for gunpowder making. (6) 9 April, by John Cavalcant, for gunpowder. (7) 18 March, by Harbard de Pole, gunmaking. (8) 21 Jan., by Harbard Appowell, for gunmaking. (9) 7 April, by Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. (10) 23 March, by John Bere, for making serpentine powder. (11) 15 Jan., by Perpoynt Deuattur, for gunstones. (12) 24 Dec., by Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. (13) 25 March, by Edmond Frende, of the Steelyard, for saltpetre. (14) 26 Feb., by Jeromyas Dolwyn, of the Steelyard, for copper. (15) 25 March, Somerset herald at arms, for saltpetre. (16) 17 April, by Jasper Demayne (signature, Caspar Odenhauser), merchant stranger, for bowstaves of "eughe." (17) 20 April, by Wm. Browne, mercer, for "bumberdell poudre." (18) 7 April, by Francis de Berdes (for Thomas Cavacant, merchant of Florence), for saltpetre. (19) 19 March, by Harry Glover, servant to Robert Jones of London, for tin. (20) 8 April, by John Cavalcant, for saltpetre. (21) 7 April, by Francis de Bardes (for Ant. Cavalare, merchant stranger), for saltpetre. (22) Warrant for § 24 (mutilated). (23) 23 March, by Hugh Clopton, for saltpetre. (24) 23 Dec., by Hugh Clopton, for saltpetre. (25) 24 Dec., by Ric. Faukener, for gunpowder making. (26) 12 April, by Robert Fescher, for gunpowder making. (27) 8 Feb., by John Richardes, draper, for "Rowmeney" bowstaves. (28) 26 Feb., by Wm. Browne, mercer, for saltpetre, wasted. (29) 31 Jan., by Wm. Browne, mercer, for making saltpetre within England. (30) 23 Dec., by Thomas Hert, the King's master gunner, for gunpowder making. (31) 22 April, by Sir Sampson Norton, of 1,000l. by virtue of a warrant of 18 April 4 Hen. VIII., signed by Charles Somerset lord Herbert and Sir Thomas Lovell. (32) 24 March, the like under warrant of 21 March. (33) 14 March, the like under warrant of 28 Feb.
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In 5 Hen. VIII.—(34) 9 May, by John Cavalcant, for guns. (35) 25 June, by Hans Wulf, for powder making. (36) 11 Aug., by Bart. Salviati (for Peter Course) for hacbushes. (37) 24 Aug., by Ric. Shokelege, for a serpentine. (38) 18 Aug., by Robt. Fescher, for gunpowder making. (39) 23 May, Hans Wulf, alias Hans van Colen, for saltpetre. (40) 6 Oct., by Cornelius Johnson, for gunmaking. (41) 4 Sept., by Egar van Kempen of the Steelyard, for bowstaves. (42) 14 July, by Humphrey Walker, gunfounder, for making artillery and ordnance. (43) 23 Aug., by Simon Giles, gunfounder, for making certain pieces of ordnance. (44) 6 Aug., John Whityng (for Hans Wulf) for gunpowder. (45) 10 Aug., by Jasper Bandini (for Benedict Morovelli), for brimstone. (46) 4 Aug., by John Cavalcant, for hacbushes. (47) 5 Aug., by Rob. Scorer, for gunstones of iron. (48) 6 Aug., by Cornelius Johnson, for making iron guns. (49) 10 June, by Benjamin Dygby, for Spanish iron. (50) 15 July, by Hans Wulf, for gunpowder making. (51) Warrant by Sir Th. Lovell to pay Hugh Clopton for saltpetre, 19 Aug. (52) 28 April, by Simon Giles, for gunmaking. (53) 13 July, by Harbard de Poole, for gunmaking. (54) 27 June, by Cornelius Johnson, for making iron guns. (55) 8 Oct., by Hans Wulf, gunpowder making. (56) 13 July, by Simon Giles, for gunmaking. (57) 21 Aug., by John Robyns (for Hugh Clopton), for saltpetre. (58) 6 Sept., by Ric. Shokelege, for gunmaking. (59) 23 May, by Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. (60) 15 Aug., by Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. (61) 25 Aug., by Jeromyas Dolwyn, of the Steelyard, for spleter copper. (62) 6 Oct., by John Bower, or Bowyer, of Hatfeld, for gunstones of iron. (63) 15 June, by Alex. Glaister (for Th. Mirfyn, skinner), for spleter copper. (64) 24 May, by John Cavalcant, for hagbushes and morispikes. (65) 5 Nov., by John Stengate, for saltpetre. (66) 8 May, by John Cavalcant, for saltpetre (67) 23 May, by Wm. Marler, haberdasher, for saltpetre. (68) 4 May, by Alex. della Fava, merchant of Florence, for hagbushes. (69) 28 April, by Ric. Water, servant to Sir Wm. Capell, for "Peake lead." (70) 8 June, by Simon Giles, for gunmaking. (71) 25 May, by John Cavalcant, for saltpetre. (72) 8 May, by John Cavalcant, for brimstone "in roche." (73) 25 May, by John Cavalcant, for copper guns "of Flaunders making" called demi-culverins. (74) 3 June, by Hans Wulf, for gunpowder making. (75) 10 May, by Ric. Fermer, merchant of the Staple, for iron gunstones. (76) 2 June, by Rob. Fescher, for gunpowder making. (77) 7 June, by John Williams of Dorchestre, for Cornish tin. (78) 29 April, by Hugh Clopton, for saltpetre. (79) 15 May, by John Cavalcant, for copper guns. (80) 15 Oct., by Hugh Fuller (in absence of Sir Sampson Norton, master of the Ordnance), for 500l. in prest for making bows, arrows, horseharness and other artillery since Norton's departure to Calais. (81) 6 Sept., the like for 700l. (82) 4 June, the like for 500l. (83) 31 July, the like for 500l. (84) 18 July, the like for 500l. (85) 18 Sept., the like for 500l. (86) 18 July, by Robert Fyscher, for gunpowder making. (87) 16 June, by Benedict Morovelli, merchant of Luke, for saltpetre. (88) 24 Aug., by Humphrey Lightfote, for saltpetre. (89) 10 June, by John Cavalcant, for saltpetre. (90) 12 July, by Ric. Fauconer, gunner, for making "coole powdre." (91) 1 June, by Rob. Fescher, for gunpowder making. (92) 4 Nov., by Simon Giles, for gunmaking. (93) 24 Aug., by Ric. Fermour, for gunstones of iron. (94) 11 Aug., by Humphrey Walker, for gunstocking. (95) 12 July, by Th. Cavalcant, for saltpetre. (96) 20 July, by Chr. Lewes, cordwainer, for saltpetre. (97) 23 July, by Frances de Bara, merchant of Luce, for saltpetre. (98) 2 Aug., by Alex. de la Fava (for Leonard Friscabald), for hacbushes. (99) 23 Aug., by Ric. Fermer, for gunstones of iron (100) 4 Aug., by John Harford, customer of Plymouth, for Cornish tin. (101) 31 May, by James Gilbert, servant to Robert Jones of London, for tin. (102) 24 July, Humphrey Lyghtfote (for Ric. Fermour of the Staple), for iron gunstones. (103) 14 May, Sir Sampson Norton, 500l. on warrant of 9 May signed by Sir Thomas Lovell. (104) 14 July, Harbert de Poole, for gunmaking. (105) 3 Feb., John Ripton of Westbremyche, co. Staff., for bits, buckles and rings. (106) 17 June, John Styngate, for saltpetre. (107) 12 May, Humphrey Walker, for gunmaking.
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II. Warrants addressed to Cutte:—Signed by Shrewsbury and Somerset lord Herbert, or one of them, and Sir Thomas Lovell:—(108) Pay Harberde de Pole, for gunmaking. London, 4 April 4 Hen. VIII. (signed by Somerset and Lovell). (109) Pay John Cavalcanty, for brimstone. London, 28 April 5 Hen. VIII. (110) Pay John Cavalcanty, for saltpetre. London, 6 May, 5 Hen. VIII. (11 Pay Perpoyntt Devautters of the Steelyard, for iron gunstones. London, 19 Oct. 4 Hen. VIII. (112) Pay John Cavalcanty, for saltpetre, 23 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. (signed by Shrewsbury and Lovell). (113) Pay Ric. Fauconer, for gunpowder making. London, 23 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII. (114) Pay Th. Hert, for gunpowder making. London, 11 March 4 Hen. VIII. (Somerset and Lovell). (115) Pay Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. London, 16 March, 4 Hen. VIII. (Somerset and Lovell). (116) Pay Wm. Browne, for saltpetre. London, 15 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. (Shrewsbury and Lovell). (117) Pay Hans Wulf, for "bumbardell" powder and serpentine powder. London, 18 April 4 Hen. VIII. (Somerset and Lovell). (118) Pay Wm. Broun (for Hans van Collen), for saltpetre. London, 20 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII. (119) Pay Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. London, 8 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. (Shrewsbury and Lovell). (120) Pay Harbard Gunfounder, for gunmaking. Baynardes Castell, 20 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII. (121) Pay Th. Dollyng, David Aphowell and 35 other gunners (not named) who were with the Lord Marquesse in Spain, 4s. each by way of reward. London, 23 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII. (122) Pay Harbard Gonfounder, for gunmaking. London, 23 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII. (123) Pay Ant. Baveryn, merchant of Venice, for Romney bowstaves of yew, London, 18 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII. (Shrewsbury and Lovell). (124) Deliver Simon Giles of Meklyn, tin for gunmaking. London, 9 May 5 Hen. VIII. (Shrewsbury and Lovell). (125) Pay Hans Wulfe, for saltpetre. London, 20 May 5 Hen. VIII. (Shrewsbury and Lovell). (126) Pay Wm. Merlar of London, haberdasher, for saltpetre. London, 20 May 5 Hen. VIII. (Shrewsbury and Lovell).
The following signed by Somerset and Lovell only:—(127) Deliver Herbert Deapole, one of the King's gunfounders, tin for making two bumbardells and two "courtowis" of copper metal. London, 28 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. Endd, with note of delivery, 9 March and 13 July, of tin bought of John Harford and John Williams of Dorchester. (128) Deliver Ric. Shoklege, tin for casting a serpentine. London, 5 April 4 Hen. VIII. Receipt subscribed. (129) Pay Th. Herte, for gunpowder making. London, 14 March 4 Hen. VIII. (130) Pay Robert Fyssher, for gunpowder making. London, 6 April 4 Hen. VIII. (131) Pay Edmond Femd of the Steelyard, for saltpetre. London, 18 March 4 Hen. VIII. (132) Pay Hans Wulff, for gunpowder making. London, 19 March 4 Hen. VIII. (133) Pay Hugh Clopton, mercer, for saltpetre. London, 18 March 4 Hen. VIII. (134) Deliver Simon Giles of Meklyn, tin for gunmaking. London, 20 April 4 Hen. VIII. (135) Pay Humphrey Walker, for gunmaking. London, 2 March 4 Hen. VIII. (136) Pay Sir Sampson Norton, master of the Ordnance, 1,000l. London, 18 April 4 Hen. VIII. (137) Pay John Cavalcanty, for touch powder for hand guns. London, 2 April 4 Hen. VIII. (138) Pay Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. London, 20 May 5 Hen. VIII. (139) Pay Alex. de la Fava, merchant stranger, for hagbushes of iron. London, 27 April, 5 Hen. VIII.
Signed by Sir Thomas Lovell alone:—(140–1) Pay Ric. Fermer, for gunstones. London, 22 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (142) Pay Hans Wolf, for gunpowder making. Baynard Castell, 4 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (143) Pay Benedict Morovelli and John Campucci, merchants of Luke, for saltpetre. 14 June 5 Hen. VIII. Endd. with Henry Everarde's receipt for 100l. in part payment, 9 July. (144) Pay Benedict Morovelli for brimstone. 5 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (145) Pay Sir Sampson Norton, master of the Ordnance, towards provision, 500l. London, 9 May 5 Hen. VIII. (146) Pay Simon Giles of Meklyn, for making great ordnance. Barnardes Castell, 7 June 5 Hen. VIII. (147) Deliver Simon Giles 33cwt. of tin. London, 3 July 5 Hen. VII. (148) Pay Benjamin Dygby, mercer, for Spanish iron sent to Calais. London, 8 June 5 Hen. VIII. (149) Pay Humphrey Walker, for gunstockmaking. Tower of London, 9 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (150) Pay John Stengate, for saltpetre. London, 16 June 5 Hen. VIII. Endd. with request to verify amount. (151) Pay Hans Wulf, for gunpowder making. Baynardes Castell, 23 June 5 Hen. VIII. (152) Pay Ric. Fermour of the Staple, for saltpetre. London, 19 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (153) Pay John Cavalcant, merchant of Florence, for hacbushes of iron. London, 3 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (154) Pay Humphrey Walker, the King's gunfounder, for timber for gunstocks, &c. 11 July 5 Hen. VIII. (155) Pay Leonard Friscabald, merchant of Florence, for hacbushes of iron. London, 22 July 5 Hen. VIII. (156) Pay Harbart de Poole, for gunmaking. London, 11 July 5 Hen. VIII. (157) Pay Egar van Kempen of the Steelyard, for bowstaves. London, 2 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII. (158) Pay Hugh Fuller, in the absence of Sir Sampson Norton, 500l. for making bows, arrows, horseharness "and other artillery" since Norton's departing to Calais. London, 13 Oct. 5 Hen. VIII. (159) Pay Cornelys Johnson, prest for making iron guns. London, 23 July 5 Hen. VIII. (160) Pay Ant. Cavalary, merchant of Luke, for saltpetre. London, 20 July 5 Hen. VIII. (161) Pay John Smyth, merchant of Antwerp, for saltpetre. London, 10 June 5 Hen. VIII. (162) Pay Simon Giles, for gunmaking. 22 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (163) Pay John Stengate, for saltpetre. London, 3 Nov. 5 Hen. VIII. (164) Pay Robert Scorer, for gunstones of iron. London, 3 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (165) Pay Hugh Fuller, in absence of Sir Sampson Norton at Calais, 500l. London, 1 June 5 Hen. VIII. (166) Pay Ric. Shoklege, for making a serpentine. Lambheth, 23 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (167) Pay Hugh Fuller, in Norton's absence, 700l. London, 4 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII (168) Pay John Bower of Hatfeld, for gunstones of iron. London, 5 Oct. 5 Hen. VIII. (169) Pay Jeromyas Dolwyn of the Steelyard, for copper. 23 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (170) Pay Simon Giles, for gunmaking. London, 13 July 5 Hen. VIII. (171) Pay Ric. Fauconer, for making "certain coole poudre." London, 9 July 5 Hen. VIII. (172) Pay Simon Giles, for gunmaking. London, 3 Nov. 5 Hen. VIII. (173) Pay Ric. Shoklege, for making a demi culverin of copper. London, 5 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII. (174) Pay Cornelius Johnson, for gunmaking. London, 5 Oct. 5 Hen. VIII. (175) Pay Harbard de Pole, for gunmaking. London, 11 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. (176) Pay Hugh Fuller, in absence of Sir S. Norton, 500l. London, 12 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1515.
A.D. 1514.
A.D 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1512.
A.D. 1514.
III. Bills witnessing receipt of money from Sir John Daunce:—(177) Certificate by John lord Berners, 21 Sept., of 582lb. of fine gunpowder from John Dymmoke, whose receipt for the price, 21l. 16s. 6d., received from John Daunce, is subscribed. (178) Receipt, 3 July 5 Hen. VIII., by Hans Poppenreider, "maker of the xij guns called the xij Apostles," of 10l. in reward. (179–80) Receipt, 23 March 5 Hen. VIII., by Ant. Nele, of 200l. in prest for provisions for the Ordnance, paid by Sir John Daunce. Also Wolsey's order for this payment (undated holograph, signed T. Lincoln). (181–2) Receipt, 17 Feb. 5 Hen. VIII., by John Myllet, of 40l. in prest for provisions for the Ordnance. Also Wolsey's order (signed, Tho. El'c'us Lincoln). (183–4) Like receipt by Myllet, 6 May 6 Hen. VIII., for 200l.; and Wolsey's order (signed, T. Lincoln). (185) Receipt, 2 May 6 Hen. VIII., by Sir John Cutte, in prest for provisions for the Ordnance. (186) Receipt, 2 Dec. 6 Hen. VIII., by Wm. Bolton, prior of St. Bartholomews, of 100 mks. in "further prest" for making storehouses and coining houses within the Tower of London. (187) Receipt, 25 Feb. 6 Hen. VIII., by Sir Wm. Skevyngton, of 10l. for labourers carrying ordnance into the Tower to the storehouse. (188) 6 May 6 Hen. VIII., by John Myllet, one of the clerks of the Signet, in the name of Sir Edward Belknap, master of the Ordnance in the King's Middle Ward, for 210l. as wages of 300 pioneers for a month and 30l. for their coats. (189) Belknap's request to "your good lordship" for the above, countersigned: T. Lincoln. (190) Warrant for payment of 7l. 8s. 8d. to Reignold [Robert]es for two iron cast guns "weighing both eighteen hundred half one hundred and twelve pounds." Greenwich, 25 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII. Countersigned by Sir Edward Howard. With Robertes' receipt, dated 15 March, endorsed. (191) Certificate by John lord Berners of receipt of gunpowder, 26 Sept., from John Dymoke, endorsed with Dymoke's receipt of the price on 30 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII. (192) Receipt by John Dymmok, 13 Oct. 5 Hen. VIII., for payment for shovels and "haly water sprynkylles" sent from Antwerp to Calais and thence to Tournay. Endorsed by Lord Berners, as having received the shovels on 10 Oct. (193–4) Receipt by Cornelius Johnson, 1 April 5 Hen. VIII., of 200l. for 400 guns. Also Wolsey's order for this (hol., signed T. Lincoln). (195–6) Receipt, 13 March 5 Hen. VIII., by John Myllet, treasurer of the Ordnance of the Rearward, 300l. for presting hoys to carry the ordnance to Calais. Also Wolsey's order for this (hol., signed T. Lincoln). (197) Receipt by Wm. Bolton, prior of St. Bartholomews, 7 Sept. 6 Hen. VIII., 40l. in further prest for storehouses and coining houses in the Tower. (198) Receipt by Sir John Cutte, under-treasurer, 23 Dec. 4 Hen. VIII., 6,000l. in prest by warrant of 14 Dec. ao 4, for provision of ordnance and artillery. (199) Receipt by Wm. Bolton, prior of St. Bartholomews, 15 Dec. 6 Hen. VIII., 100 mks. in further prest for storehouses and coining houses in the Tower. (200–1) Receipt by John Millet, 9 March 5 Hen. VIII., of 100l. in "further" prest for the Ordnance. Also Wolsey's order for this (hol., signed T. Lincoln).
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1513–4.
IV. Notes of receipt of stores signed by Sir Richard Cholmeley in 5 Hen. VIII., viz.:—(202–33) Horseharness from John Vaunce at various dates between 25 July and 20 April. (234) Bridle bits from John Repton, 10 Sept. (235) Tanned hides from John Vaunce, 15 Sept. (236) Lanterns from Simon Auncell, 6 Aug. (237) Nails from Eliz. Gyvae, 28 July. (238) Shovels and lanterns from Wm. Childerley, 1 Jan. (239) Cart ropes from Roger Hall, 20 July. (240) Mattocks from Ralph Wyld of Thyssilworth, 30 Nov. (241) Ropes for the new gin and new crane from Th. Cawsy of Southwark, 4 Oct. (242–4) Mattocks, &c., from John Rowley of Roderyth, 30 Nov., 1 Jan. and 30 Sept. (245) "Expyns, lyncepyns, hurters and cloutes for store to kartes" from Ralph Wyld, 16 Sept. (246) "Exiltreys" and "lymmers" from Nic. Robartes of Howneslow, 24 Jan. (247) "Exnail pynnys and lyncell pynnys" from Ralph Wyld, 1 Jan. (248) Mattocks from Ralph Wyld, 16 Sept. (249–51) Horseharness from John Ferrer, 13 July, 23 June and 20 April. (252) From James Cudbart, 13 July. (253–4) From Chr. Raneton of Egmonsham, 5 July and 7 June. (255–6) From Margery Clementson of Eslyngton, 11 July and 20 April (257) From Roger Garrell, 13 July. (258) From Robert Grace of Sante Albons, 13 July. (259–60) From Wm. Williamson of Strateford Bow, 11 July and 7 March. (261–2) "A plough the tymbre making caryage with patrons to make the irne work by," 33s. 4d., from Robert Downer of Harowe Welde, 15 June. Also "irne goyng to the culter share, to the bolt before the sheythe and also plaites, boltes and pynnys with all other irnework belongyng to the said ploughe." (263) Horseharness from Thomas Cawsy of Southwark, 11 July. (264–5) Iron crows from Ric. Garret, 1 Jan. and 1 Dec. (266) Axes and hedgebills from John Crekilwod of Whitechapell, 1 Jan. (267) Pickaxes from Simon Smyth of Hundiche, 12 Dec. (268) Rope for "binding of the carts which went northward with my lord Treasurer's arrows," from Roger Hall, 6 Aug. (269) Tallow from John Sampson of London, 1 Aug. (270) Felling axes, hammers, pairs of "pynsonis" and hand saws provided "for to have gone northward with the Queen's Grace," received from Wm. Company of London, 13 Sept. (271–2) Spades and "sholys" from Wm. Childerley, turner, 16 Sept. and 17 Dec. (273) Pickaxes from Simon Battyll of Hundyche, 1 Jan. (274) Ropes from Roger Hall, 31 Aug. (275–7) Bridle bits, &c. for great ordnance, from John Repton of Brymyngeham, 22 Oct., 8 April and 22 Feb. (278) Iron work from John Rowley, 15 Sept. (279) Saltpetre from John Stengate of London, 30 Oct. (280–1) Gunstones of iron from John Bower of Hatfeld, 3 Sept. and 6 June. (282) Dies of iron for gunshot and clou[..] for carts, from John Rowley, 2 Aug. (283–7) Helving of bills, by Robert Mabson of Whitechapell, 12 Sept., 31 Oct., 19 Aug., 1 Dec. and 24 Nov. (288) Horseharness from John More of Bayntre, 26 Feb. (289) From Wm. Preston, 20 April. (290) From Th. Middilton of Chesson, Herts., 14 April. (291) Bill heads from John Coke of Brymmyngame, 12 Oct. (292–3) Barrels for bowstrings from Adrian Cowper, 10 Sept. and 1 Aug. (294–9) Bill helves from Wm. Wheler of Dorking, 14 Sept. and 1 Jan., 1 Aug., 7 Dec., 1 Jan. and 3 Nov. (300–4) Chests for arrows from James Wilson of Fleet Street, 14 July, 20 Aug., 7 Sept., 27 July and 14 Sept. (305) Horseharness from Wm. Downe of Kingston, 8 April. (306) From Robert Grace of St. Albans. (307) From Wm. Preston, 20 April (308) From Wm. Hwnt, 10 Feb. (309–11) From John Pushing, 20 April, 8 April and 11 March. (312) For nailing of bills by Ric. Smyth, 1 Jan. (313–5) Black bill heads from John Coke, 13 July, 20 Aug. and 30 July. (316) Barrels for strings from Haunse Cowper, 22 June. (317–8) Bill heads from Wm. Smythe and John Coke of Brymmyngham, 1 Dec., and 15 Nov. (319–20) From Wm. Smythe and John Browne of Brymyngham, 17 Oct. and 19 Aug. (321–2) Helves for bills and mattocks from Thomas Play or Plaw of Forest Raw or of Greynsted, 15 Oct. and 18 Nov. (323–5) Chests for bows and arrows from Chr. Broun, the King's carpenter, 12 Sept., 13 July and 28 July. (326) From Ric. Bowdon, 13 Sept. (327) Horseharness from Ric. Tyde of Bekkyls, 8 April. (328) From John More of Branetre, 8 April. (329–32) Black bill heads from Wm. Smyth of Byknell, 14 Sept., 15 Sept., 4 July and 28 July. (333–5) Bill helves from Robert Downer of Harrow Hill, 1 Jan., 16 Dec. and 1 Dec. (336) Chests for arrows from Robert Staples, 26 Nov. (337) Horseharness from Wm. Downe, 22 March. (338) Cresseds from John Rowley of Rodreth, 15 June. (339) Setting heads, sockets and rings upon 1,000 stakes for archers, by John Orvy, 1 Jan. (340) Bill helves from Lambert Semer of Baham, 16 Dec. (341) From Wm. Bradford of Hanbury, Worc., 1 Dec. (342–3) Bills from Wm. Huxley of London, 3 Dec. and 21 July. (344) Horseharness from John Barfote, 20 April. (345) Horseharness from Thomas Harryngton of Hill Morton, 6 April. (346) Bill helves from Humphrey Walker, gunfounder, 1 Jan. (347) Bills and bill helves from Henry Ambrose, 24 Dec. (348) Horseharness from Th. Hwnt of Enfeld, 14 April.
A D. 1515.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1515.
A.D. 1514.
In 6 Hen. VIII.:—(349) Nails from John Rowley, 2 April 6 Hen. VIII. (350) Lime and sand from Th. Starkyd, 5 April. (351) Brick from John Balle, 31 March. (352) Timber from Robert Baytys, 31 March. (353) From Wm. Loyall, 10 June. (354) Lime from John Starkye, 31 March. (355) Carriage of saltpetre by Th. Johnson, 10 March. (356–61) Tilers and labourers (named) for their work, 3 March, 17 March, 10 March, 5 April, 31 March and 24 March. (362) Lead, &c., from John Burwell, the King's plumber. 6 April. (363) Nails and tile pins, 24 March. [These §§ 349–63, being for work upon the new ordnance house upon the green within the Tower, are countersigned by the parties or else by Thomas Seymour.] (364–5) Horseharness from John Vaunce, 30 June and 1 May. (366) From Wm. Preston, 3 June. (367) From John Berker, 1 May (368) From Wm. Dawys of Ipswich, 26 April. (369) From Geoffrey Rede, 1 June. (370) From John Pusshing of St. Giles in the Feild, 12 May. (371) From John More of Brayntre, 12 May. (372) From Wm. Preston, 5 July. (373) From John Baker of Chobbam, 12 May. (374) From Rob. Deryng, 1 May. (375) Bridle bits from John Repton of Westbrymyge, 1 May.
(376–7) Undated notes of elm timber and "hart lathe," countersigned by Robert Baytys (see note after § 363 above). (378) Horseharness from John Vaunce. Undated. (379) Necessaries provided for my lord of Surrey, viz. hammers, handsaws and percers, from William Robartes, 8 July.
A.D. [1511 ?].
A.D. 1512.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1516.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1512.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1512.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1512.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1512.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1537.
A.D. 1513.
V. Miscellaneous.—(380) Indenture made at Pountefreit castle, 8 June 6 Hen. VIII., between John Wortley, yeoman of the Crown, and Ric. Huxley of Denebyght, witnessing Wortley's receipt of 529 sheaf of arrows of 9in. the feather and 38 sheaf of 7in. the feather to the King's use. Subscribed: Videtur per Daunce. (381) Bill for harness repairs and horsemeat "downward into the country and upward," 8s., marked as paid to Robert Kyng at the "Old Palace." (382) Bill for two arming "dupletes" and an arming sword, 11s. 4d., marked "John Gryffyn byll payd." (383) Bill for necessaries for "the handguns," 18s. 8d., marked "Tonners byll payd." (384) "Provisions for the Lord Darcy":—First a warrant to the master of the Ordnance for 4,000 long bows, 8,000 sheaves of arrows, 10,000 bowstrings, "jackets of white cloth and the Cross and Crown of Thorn," at 5s. 4d. and 1,000 jackets each with "two red crosses of cloth and a garland of thorn." A king of arms. Lancaster herald of arms and a pursuivant. (385) Certificate (undated) by Th. Witworth, servant to Mr. Edward Hatteclyff, of receipt of bows, arrows and powder from Mr. Nicholas Marlond. (386) Certificate by Thomas lord Howard of receipt from Sir Henry Willowghby, master of the Ordnance, 24 May 4 Hen. VIII., of gunpowder, bows, arrows and bowstrings to be returned if not spent. Marked: Una billa Domini Haward adducta per Marlond. (387–99) Like certificates by William Gruffith and Lord Willoughby (signature Wyllughby W.), 24 May 4 Hen. VIII.; by Lord Anthony Grey, 24 May 4 Hen. VIII.; and by James Strangweys, William lord Willoughby of Eresby (signature Wyllughby, W.), Thomas Twyford, Sir Maurice Berkeley, Sir Griffith ap Rysse, John Meltone, Lord Broke (signature R. Wylughby), Sir Thomas a Cornewall, Sir Guy[ot de Heulle] (undated, signature Pr. G. von Baunbach) and Edw. Nevill, 24 May 4 Hen. VIII (400) Certificate by Sir Wm. Sandes, treasurer of the King's wars, of receipt of a falcon and other ordnance out of The Mary Walsyngham, 23 May. (401) Indenture between John Blewbery, clerk of the King's armoury, and Robert Bolt, mercer, witnessing receipt from Bolt of 300 "Almayn revettes" described. (402) Indenture, 12 Oct. 5 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt by John Dymmoke from Thos. Hert of 260 "sprynkylles of vron," for the King. (403) Receipt by George Broun, servant to Sir Richard Cholmeley, lieutenant of the Tower, from Wm. Meymond, bowyer, 2 Dec. 8 Hen. VIII., of 56 bows of "eugh" made in the Tower of refuse bowstaves. Endorsed with note by Broun that Maymond received payment, 37s. 4d., from Sir John Daunce on 3 Dec. anno predicto. (404) Bill, 18 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII., witnessing that John Rowley of London, ironmonger, has received from Hugh Fuller, servant to Sir John Cutte, payment for iron work for guns, &c. (specified). (405–6) The like, 25 July and 2 Jan. 5 Hen. VIII. (407–8) Bills, 2 and 20 June 5 Hen. VIII., witnessing that Nic. Robertes of Houndeslow, wheelwright, has received 25l. from Hugh Fuller for wheel making. (409–10) Bills, 18 Aug. and 7 Sept. 4 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt by Sir Sampson Norton, master of the Ordnance, of serpentine powder from Thomas Hert. (411) The like, 4 June 4 Hen. VIII., for saltpetre received from Hugh Clopton. (412) Bill, 29 Nov. 5 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt by Humphrey Walker, of London, gunfounder, of Cornish tin from John Golding (on behalf of Sir John Cutte). (413) The like, by Sir S. Norton, 9 June 4 Hen. VIII., for saltpetre from Edm. Frend of the Steelyard. (414) Indenture, 20 April 4 Hen. VIII., of receipt by Simon Giles, gunfounder, of Cornish tin from John Golding, servant to Sir John Cutte. (415) The like, 15 Nov. 4 Hen. VIII., by Simon Giles "of Maghlyn in Flaunders." (416–20) The like, 5 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII., 15 May, 12 July, 10 July and 7 July 5 Hen. VIII., by Simon Giles. (421) The like, 9 March 4 Hen. VIII., by Harbard de Pole. (422) Indenture, 20 June 5 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt by Sir John Cutte of 5,000l. from John Heron, on the King's warrant of 15 June. (423) Memorandum of receipt, 23 July 5 Hen. VIII., by Ellis Hilton, yeoman of the Ordnance, from Chr. Wodlonde, the King's smith, of bars and lynchpins for great ordnance. (424) Note by Sir Sampson Norton of receipt of marispikes from Franciscus Taunell, merchant of Florence, on 9 May 4 Hen. VIII. (425) Indenture, 24 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII., witnessing Sir S. Norton's receipt from Sir John Cutte of 25½cwt. 16lb. of copper bought of Jeromyas Dolwyn. Also like receipts in 4 Hen. VIII., viz.:—(426) 20 April, from John Golding (on behalf of Sir John Cutte), of "Peake lead" bought of Sir Wm. Capell: (427) 30 Sept. from Thomas Hert, the King's master gunner, of serpentine powder: (428) 24 June, of maryspikes from Francis de Barde, merchant of Florence: (429) 17 Jan., of Romney bowstaves of yew, from Ant. Baveryn, merchant of Venice: (430) 29 Jan., of Romney bowstaves of yew, from John Richardes of London, draper: (431) 4 Oct., of saltpetre, from Wm. Browne of London, mercer: (432) 23 Aug., of marispikes, from Francis de Bardes, merchant of Florence: (433) 16 Nov., of saltpetre, from Alexander de la Fava, merchant of Bonany: (434) 23 Aug., of saltpetre, from John Cavalcanty: (435) 25 June, of brimstone, from Ant. Baveryn: (436) 9 July, of saltpetre, from John Cavalcanty: (437) 7 Dec., of saltpetre, from John Stengate: (438) 15 June, of Romeney bowstaves, from Ant. Baveryn: (439) 15 June, of saltpetre, from Balthasar Vyvaldes, merchant stranger: (440–1) 26 July and 17 Dec., of serpentyne powder, from Thomas Hert: (442) 15 Oct., of gunstones of iron, from Perpoynt Devautters, Easterling, of the Steelyard: (443) 14 Dec., of iron hagbushes, from John Cavalcanty: (444) 5 Oct., of saltpetre, from Hugh Clopton: (445) Like receipt, 15 July (year not mentioned), of saltpetre, from Hugh Clopton. Like receipts in 5 Hen. VIII., viz.:—(446) 19 May, of copper guns of Flanders make, from John Cavalcanty: (447) 13 May, of hagbushes and marispikes sent to Calais, from John Cavalcanty: (448) 28 April, of brimstone, from John Cavalcanty: (449–50) 13 May and 5 May, of saltpetre, from John Cavalcanty: (451) 19 May, of saltpetre, from Wm. Marler. (452) Indenture, 5 April 4 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt from John Golding (servant to Sir John Cutte) by Richard Shoklege, gunfounder, of tin for gunmaking. (453–4) Like receipts by Humphrey Walker, 14 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII. (455) Notes signed by William Coke of receipt into a hoy of Barow, 12 June (year not entered) of horseharness delivered by John Vaunce and John Ferrour. (456) "These parcels delivered unto the King's Grace upon Saint Thomas Day last past, anno 29o," viz. the dressing of seven daggers and seven swords, 4s. 8d. (457) Bill signed by Thomas Waren of receipt of horseharness from Robert Grace, collar maker, 11 July 5 Hen. VIII. (458) Note of elm timber "belonging to the works of London Bridge taken by Thomas Stokton, at the commandment of the King's almozener," delivered on Tower wharf to the King's use, 4 June 5 Hen. VIII. (459) Bill headed 15 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII., of money laid out by John Selby, servant of Sir Richard Cholmeley, for packing the ordnance northwards. (460–1) Brief notes of money due to Richard Baker and John Doffe for carrying wainscot from Greenwich to the Tower for Thomas Stokton, the King's joiner, on 3 June. (462–4) Brief notes of harness taken up by William Loyall for the King. Undated. (465) Note of timber received by Thomas Stokton from Nicholas Robardes on 5 Nov. (466) Bill addressed "to Master Culpeper" for snaffles and bits delivered to the "yeoman of horses" on 4 July. Subscribed by Thomas Alred: "My master oweth this bill since the beginning of progress." (467) Bill for wages of harness makers working in the Tower, viz. Th. Warde, Rob. and James Gefferey, John Darlett, Andrew Cutbert, John Vaus and John Farrar. Undated. Subscribed Per Loyall. Endd.: Horsharnesse and the great plough. (468) Memorandum signed by Henry Pykman of payments for carriage of 300 bows from London to Greenwich and of 2 load of planks from Lime Street to the Tower, on 15 June.
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Exch. Accts., 56(10). R.O.
3614. WAR EXPENSES.
A similar file for the years 5 and 6 Hen. VIII.:—
A.D. 1514–5.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1515.
A.D. 1513.
A.D. 1514.
A.D. 1513.
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A.D. 1514.
I. Certificates of stores received or work done, signed by Sir Richard Cholmeley and sometimes also signed by the parties or by Thomas Seymour, Robert Baytys or other officials of the Tower:—In 6 Hen. VIII.:—(1) Wheels from Nic. Robartes, 12 Dec. (2) Tiles to repair the Ordnance house, 27 Jan. (3) Paving the cawsey within the Tower, by Roger Wannam, 3 Feb. (4) Barrows from Th. Seymer, 23 Dec. (5) Wheelers' work for great ordnance by Nic. Robertes and others, week ending 2 Dec. (6) The like in the Tower and Hondesdiche, 6 May. (7) Charging ladles, sent to Calais, for guns (specified), from Wm. Childerley, 14 July (mutilated and end lost). (8) Costs laid out by Chr. Morres about the proving of twelve pieces of ordnance, "called the xij sisters," made by Simon Gylys, overseen by my lord Steward and Sir Thomas Lovell. Undated. (Mutilated and end lost.) (9, 13, 15) Timber taken up at Conys Wharf in London or elsewhere by Robert Baytys, 20 Dec. and 23 Feb. (10, 14, 21) The like, undated. (11) Nails from John a Rowley, 20 Dec. (12) Carts from Nic. Robertes, 10 Dec. (Mutilated and end lost.) (16, 35) Nails from John Coke of Brymyngham, 20 June and 1 May. (17) Carriage of timber from Barnett to the Tower to make stages for arrows, 10 Nov. (18) "Schevorys" (shears) of brass to move great ordnance, from Humphrey Wallcar, the King's gunfounder, 14 Dec. (19) Timber from John Ashley of Egeware, 20 Nov. (22) Baskets from Th. Johnson, 9 Dec. (23) Alder poles to hang horseharness upon, taken by Robert Baytys, 27 Oct. (26) Grease and requisites for the "new skrew" paid for by John Mawncye the elder. Undated. (27) Smith's work from John Rowley of Rodreyth, 8 May. (28) Eighty dozen mowing scythes received of my lord Steward, 48l. Subscribed as received by John Draycot. Undated. (30, 33) Cart "clowtys" and horse shoes from Wm. Smyth of Byknell, 3 June and 1 May. (31) Horseshoes from Ric. Russell of Brymyngham, 20 June. (32) Barrels for bowstrings from Adrian Cowper, 3 June. (34) Spades and hedging bills from Ric. Parkys of Sygesley, 28 June. (36) Tilers and labourers working in the Tower for week ending 23 Feb. (126) Labourers (94 names) and wheelers (2) employed on the ordnance in the Tower for the week ending 28 April 7 Hen. VIII. (127) The like, and also four gunners for the week ending 17 March 6 Hen. VIII. (143) Ironwork for guns, from Chr. Woodland, 10 Oct. 5 Hen. VIII. (145) Watching the great guns that were shot at Millhend on Wednesday 21 June 6 Hen. VIII., viz. names of 15 labourers and the number of nights on which each watched at 4d. per night. (146) [Carpenters] and sawyers' wages, 18 named. Paper headed 30 July and 6 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII., and signed with a mark. (147) Similar bill for 10 carpenters and two sawyers working on ordnance in the Tower for week ending 24 March 6 Hen. VIII. (148) The like, 22 Jan. 5 Hen. VIII. (149) The like, 7 Jan. 5 Hen. VIII.
A.D. 1512–3. II. Bills witnessing receipt of money from Sir John Cutte:—(29) 18 July 6 Hen. VIII., Sir Philip Draycott, 50l. 2s. for 80 dozen scythes provided by my Lord Steward and delivered to the Tower. (135) 24 Dec. and 6 Feb. 4 Hen. VIII., Sir Sampson Norton, on the Council's warrants of 23 Dec. and 4 Feb., 1,000l.
A.D. 1513. III. Warrants addressed to Sir John Cutte, under-treasurer, for payments in connection with the Ordnance, signed (a) by Shrewsbury, Herbert and Lovell, (b) by Shrewsbury and Lovell, (c) by Herbert and Lovell or (d) by Lovell alone, viz.:—(128) Pay Humphrey Walker, for gunmaking. London, 9 May 5 Hen. VIII.—Signed b. (129) Pay Somerset herald, for saltpetre. London, 22 March 4 Hen. VIII.—c. (130) Pay John Cavalcanty, for saltpetre. London, 4 April 4 Hen. VIII.—c. (131) Simon Giles of Meklin, for gunmaking. London, 22 Jan. 4 Hen. VIII.—b. (132) John Cavalcanty, for saltpetre. London, 9 June 5 Hen. VIII.—d. (133) Rob. Fyssher, for serpentine powder. 2 July 5 Hen. VIII.—d. (134) Chr. Lewes, cordyner, for saltpetre. 19 July 5 Hen. VIII.—d. (136) Simon Giles, for gunmaking. London, 26 April 5 Hen. VIII.—c. (137) Sir Sampson Norton, master of the Ordnance, 1,000l. London, 21 March 4 Hen. VIII.—c. (138) Ant. Cavalare, for saltpetre. London, 6 April 4 Hen. VIII.,—c. (139) John Cavalcanty, for two demi-culverins of Flanders make. London, 21 May 5 Hen. VIII.—a. (140) Simon Giles, for gunmaking. London, 4 March 4 Hen. VIII.—c. (141) Harmon Baghragh, Easterling, of the Stilliard, for saltpetre. 3 June 5 Hen. VIII.—d. (142) Ric. Fermour, of the Staple, for iron gunstones and for "spletter" copper. Greenwich, 1 May 5 Hen. VIII.—a. (144) John Cavalcanty, for saltpetre. London, 19 May 5 Hen. VIII.—a. (155) John Cavalcanty, for hagbushes. London, 18 May 5 Hen. VIII.—a. (160) John Cavalcanty, for copper guns. London, 9 May 5 Hen. VIII.—b. (161) Jasper Demayne, for bowstaves. London, 14 April 4 Hen. VIII.—c. (162) John Cavalcanty, for copper guns. London, 11 March 4 Hen. VIII.—a.
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IV. Bills witnessing payments of money by Sir John Daunce, signed by recipients:—(182) 6 May 6 Hen. VIII., to Roger Dele, 318l. 0s. 8d. Subscribed with Dele's note that he returned 300l. of this on 31 Aug. ao 6o. On the back is a signed request by Sir Edward Belknapp to "your good Lordship" to pay Dele this money for horses to be brought to Aylesbury on 7 May 6 Hen. VIII Also Wolsey's holograph order to Daunce to pay it "by way of prest." (183) 13 July 6 Hen. VIII., to John and Luke Spynella, merchants of Jeane, for 1,000 mks. to be exchanged to Bryges in Flanders, to Wm. Copland. (184) 10 July 5 Hen. VIII., to Thomas Wulcy, the King's "almonesner," 61l. 5s., for reward to "three ambassadors" who came to the King at Calais, viz. the bailiff of Gaunt, the bailiff of Bruges and the master of the requests who was sent from Lord Fenys. (185) Paid in presence of Mr. Almosener to the Emperor for scout watch 21l. 13s. 4d., to Jacobus de Banisius, Simon Feratt and Count Vertenbergh, each 100l., and to the Emperor's chamberer 40l. in reward., 17 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII. Signed: Thomas Wulcy. (186) 11 July 6 Hen. VIII., paid to Robert Pole, servant of the Duke of Suffolk, to be given in reward to the master, the farrier and the four keepers who brought over the horses from the Marques de _ (blank) (fn. 1), 120l. 13s. 4d.; also paid in presence of my lord of Lincoln, the same day, rewards to the President of Flanders, 100l. and Mr. John Solla 66l. 13s. 4d. (187) Rate of wages due to those who brought the artillery from Tournay to Calais between 22 Oct. and 30 Nov. 5 Hen. VIII. Signed: Robert Corson. Wolsey's holograph order to pay this subscribed. Endd.: My lorde Cursonis servantes writyng. (188) 7 April 5 Hen. VIII. to Wm. Broun the younger, mercer, for provision of wagons beyond sea for the King's next intended army royal by land. (189) Wolsey's holograph order for § 188, in favour of "Robert" Browne. (190) Paid in presence of the abp. of York, on 15 Oct. 6 Hen. VIII., to a pursuivant of the Duke of Sakson, reward 40s.; on 25 Oct., to Lancaster Herald, in reward for his costs, riding with the King's letters to his lieutenant, Mr. Ponynges, at Tourney, 40s., also to Ruge Crosse, pursuivant, sent with letters to the King's ambassadors in France "concerning the treaties for the entry of Flanders," 40s. Signed, T. Ebor. (191) Wolsey's order for payment to Sir William Morgan's servant of conduct money for 100 footmen. Signed: T. Lincoln. (193) 23 Jan., to T. earl of Surrey for cost of dinners and horsemeat at Lambeth, Farnham, Alford, Hampton and Guildford from Friday, 11 Jan., to Wednesday, 16 Jan. (itinary given), when "sent by the King to Buwlew for to take Brygandyn's ship fro him with such goods as he took fro the Spanyards and Brytons anno sexto." (195) 10 May 6 Hen. VIII., to Jacob Tydeman "of Lubyke in the Hans of Alemayne," of 2,000l. in full payment of 2,333l. 6s. 8d. for his ship The Salvator. (196) _ (blank) Nov. 6 Hen. VIII., to John ap Guyllams, Wm. Keby and Nic. Jakeson, serjeants at arms, each 100s. in prest for wages going to the West Riding, North Riding and Lincolnshire with the King's letters for the subsidy. (197) 31 March 5 Hen. VIII., to Richard Baker, servant of Lord Curson, for wages as in § 187. (198) 23 March 5 Hen. VIII., to Jacob Tydeman, part payment for The Salvator, "now" at Camfere in Selande, vide § 195. (199) 2 Sept. 6 Hen. VIII., Robert Bysshop, for his master Sir Richard Wyngefeld, ambassador in Flanders, of 100l. for diets at 20s., over and above sums previously received through Dr. Knight and the said Bysshop. (205) 4 Dec. 6 Hen. VIII., Wm. Huxle, clerk of the Ordnance, for money paid to Wm. Plesyngton and Agnes Sayes, widow, for arrows. Endorsed on the bill for the arrows, which were delivered to Pomfrett Castle by command of the Duke of Norfolk. (206) Wm. Gonson's bill "for keeping his ship this last winter," viz. for wages and victuals from 3 Nov. to 2 March. Subscribed with Wolsey's holograph order for payment and endorsed with Gonson's receipt dated 19 April 5 Hen. VIII. (207) Money paid in presence of my lord of Lincoln, viz. to a pursuivant of Scotland, in reward, 15 June 6 Hen. VIII., 6l. 13s. 4d.; to my Lord Treasurer, at Baynardes Castell, same day, 10 mks.; on 2 July, rewards to the Pope's orator, 100l., and "to a Spaynyard which offered his service to the King's Grace," 10l. Signed: T. Lincoln. (208) Rewards paid in presence of the abp. of York, 15 Nov. 6 Hen. VIII., viz. to Sir John Pecche's servant coming from his master in France and returning, 40s., to Mr. Adams, a priest of Scotland, sent from the Queen of Scots, 40s., to Hams pursuivant conveying letters to and from Tourney, 40s., to Grame that came from the Queen of Scots with letters, 40s., and to "a priest which brought a secret brief from the Pope's Holiness," 5 mks. Signed: T. Ebor. (209) Payments:—11 April 5 Hen. VIII., to my lord of Lincoln for money already advanced, viz. for the King's offering at Canterbury on St. Thomas Day, 20s.; to "a man that should go into Denmark for provision of victual," 13s. 4d.,; reward to the sovereign of Flanders' brother, 10l.; reward to Mr. Powlet and another servant of Mr. Comptroller, lieutenant of Tournay, for conveying letters to Tournay, 6l. 13s. 4d. Signed: T. Lincoln. 12 April 5 Hen. VIII., to Sir Ric. Wyngefeld and Dr. Knyght, to the hands of Th. Wytworth, Knyght's servant, 50l., and to the hands of Rob. Bysshoppe, Wyngefeld's servant, 50l., for diets as ambassadors with my Lady Margaret, each at 20s. Signed by Witworth and Bysshop. Also, 12 April, to Sir Thomas Spynella, to the hands of his servant Robert Barnys, wages to Annunciation, 50l., and for espial and reward, 40l. Signed: Per me Robertum Baron. Also, 12 April, in presence of my lord of Lincoln, "to the masters of the Mint with the Prince of Castell," in reward, 20l. Signed: T. Lincoln. (210–13) Three separate bills for wages, &c. of the John Baptist of Harwich (Wm. Harper, captain), Black Barke (Chr. Thwaytes, captain) and John Evangelist of Harwich (Sir Edw. Echyngham, captain), each subscribed with Surrey's order for payment, dated 17 March; and a letter from Echyngham to Surrey, written in the Downs, 16 March, acknowledging receipt (on Tuesday, 14 March) of his letter dated Sunday, 12 March. at 10 p.m. and accordingly sending the said bills by John Yoman. (214) Bill of Th. Fabyan for keep of "sick and hurt coursers" left at Calais when the King departed to Greenwich, from 15 Nov. to 21 Feb. Subscribed with receipt (by Wm. Jekill, purveyor, in Fabyan's name), 20 March 5 Hen. VIII. (216) "Parcels paid by John Ring for the use of the Frensche Queen by the commandment of the King's noble Council," viz., two large leaves in which particulars of the furring of twelve gowns are minutely given; but the total cost, 84l. 19s. 6½d., shows that a middle leaf is missing. Subscribed with Rynge's receipt, 9 Dec. 6 Hen. VIII. Endd.: John Ring the Kynges skynner his bill. (217) Bill of Cornelius Vanderscrete, the King's arras maker, for arras (including "seven pieces of the story of Arcules") bought of Philip Calthorpe in Flanders and delivered to Lord Berners to the use of the French Queen. In payment he has received through John Cavalcant 495l. and through Wm. Coplande 173l. 14s., and his receipt for the residue, 39l. 4s. 8d., is here subscribed, dated 24 Sept. 6 Hen. VIII. (220) Holograph letter from Sir Thomas Wyndham to the Lord Admiral "scribbled at Danbury," 23 Dec., certifying that he finds John Pore content to take six weeks' wages, 46l. 10s., albeit he says that he left Fowey on 4 March, which seems probable, as he came to the army at Hampton about 16 March and "so was with us till the coming of your lordship to Plumouthe the which is above two months." Memorandum in Surrey's hand that "this service was done that time Sir Edward Howard, late Admiral, was slain, and by his commandment." Endorsed with Pore's receipt, 16 Jan. 6 Hen. VIII., for 40l. in full satisfaction. (221) 25 April 7 Hen. VIII., to Peter Mawlmesey, for rewards to Guyllam Venollys who brought the King a jenett from the ambassador of Aragon, 6l. 13s. 4d., and to Francis Launcelott, who brought crossbows from the same ambassador, 4l. (222) 24 July, 6 Hen. VIII., to Thomas Tamworth, reward, for examining declarations concerning the wars, 6l. 13s. 4d. (223) Money laid out by the master of The Mary George for four days beginning 15 Aug. 6 Hen. VIII., viz. for victuals. Signed as examined by John Hopton. Endorsed with receipt of the money by the said master, Robert Spodell, 2 Feb. 6 Hen. VIII. (224–5) 20 June 5 Hen. VIII., to Leonard Frescobald of 200l. st. for 280l. Fl. delivered by his father Jerome F. to Wm. Copeland in Flanders. With Cowpland's bill testifying receipt of the money by bill of exchange "bearing the date in the cold ao xvc xijto" (the "Cold Mart" at Antwerp, 1512). (226) 19 July 5 Hen. VIII. to Th. Trye and Ric. Clotton (for Sir Maurice Barkley and Sir Wm. Sandes, captains of the Almains) for rewards and coats of drumslades and standard bearers of Almains. (227) 23 May 6 Hen. VIII., to Sir Wystan Broun, for 10l. in "further prest" for mending the King's toils. (228–9) 24 March 5 Hen. VIII. to Sir John Cutte, 4,000l. in prest for provision of ordnance. And the King's warrant for this, dated Lambeth, 7 Feb. 5 Hen. VIII. (230) 22 March 5 Hen. VIII., to John Dyngley, esquire, 20 mks, for costs "in giving his attendance with the Prince." (231) 22 March 5 Hen. VIII., to Michael Talen, 20l. for reward given to him and his "fellows, dancers of Florence" (signs as Michele detto Talyna). (232) 6 July 5 Hen. VIII., to Sir Edward Ponynges, for expenses of "yonger" Rowtelow Skynke, whom the King sends into Flanders for Almains, 100s. Written below Wolsey's holograph order for this payment. . (233) 8 Nov. 8 Hen. VIII., to Nic. Jenyns of London, skinner, of 6l. for rent of the "grete place in Towresstrete called the Kinge's Armory," for one year ended at Michaelmas. (234) 13 July 6 Hen. VIII., Th. Cadebury and John Argentyn, of 46s. 8d. in reward for attendance about the taking of cart horses in Hanpshere and Gloceteshere.
V. Bills or indentures witnessing receipt of money from Sir John Daunce, for coats and conduct money of soldiers (particulars specified). (fn. 2)
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In 5 Hen. VIII.:—(37) 5 March, Robert Wood, yeoman of the Guard (on behalf of the abbot of Abingdon). (38) The earl of Surrey's holograph order for § 37. (39) 3 March, George Wytwange. (40) Wolsey's holograph order for § 41. (41) 5 March, Sir Edw. Pomerey. (42) 1 March, Nic. Ranyscroft, servant to Sir John Lisle. (43) Sir T. Wyndam's holograph order for an additional payment to William Fyscharr, vide §§ 76–7. (44) 2 March, Henry Denys. (45) Surrey's signed order for § 39. (46) 1 March, Robert Uvedale, goldsmith of London, on behalf of Henry Uvedale. (47) Surrey's signed order for § 44. (48) 24 Feb., John Godde, tailor, of London, on behalf of Sir John Sent John. (49) Certificate to the Council that John Fortescue of Devonshire can provide 40 men in pursuance of recent letters of privy signet, for whom Richard Lake, yeoman of the Guard, will receive instructions and money. Subscribed by Sir T. Wyndam with order to pay for their jackets. Undated. (50, 51) 23 Feb., Ric. Lake, vide §§ 49 and 52. (52) Subscribed certificate like § 49, nominating Lake. (53) 23 Feb., Th. Archer, servant to Sir Miles Busshe. (54) Letters missive, dated Windsor, 15 Dec., to Sir Miles Bushe. Endd. as delivered 26 Jan. "last past, by William Jentyllman, pursuivant, alias messenger." (55) 22 Feb., Ralph Askew, servant to Sir Ric. Tempest. (56) 22 Feb., John Kayleway, servant with the Countess of Devon. (57) Certificate that the Countess of Devon can provide 100 men in pursuance of recent letters of privy signet. Signed. Kateryn Devonschyr. Subscribed: Videtur Tho. El'c'us Lincoln. (58) Surrey's holograph order for § 60. (59) 22 Feb., John Chauncy, servant to the bp. of London. (60) 22 Feb., Henry Denys, on behalf of his brother, Thomas Denys. (61) 21 Feb., Wm. West. (62) 21 Feb., John Mylett, receiver general to William abp. of Canterbury. (63) Sir T. Wyndam's holograph order for § 61. (64) 20 Feb., Sir Weston Broune. (65) Wolsey's order for § 55. Signed: Tho. El'c'us Lincoln. (66) 20 Feb., Th. Parker, servant to Sir Stephen Bull. (67) Surrey's signed order for § 66, "written at Strond" 18 Feb. (68) 17 Feb., Edmund Wyseman. (69) Surrey's holograph order for § 64. (70) 17 Feb., John Carlton, servant to Sir Thomas Lowell. (71) 16 Feb., Robert Draper. (72) 15 Feb., Sir John Husey. (73) Sir T. Wyndam's holograph order for § 71. (74) 14 Feb., Wm. Elvyden, servant to Lord Sturton. (75) 15 Feb., Sir John Husey (for the town of Staunford). (76) Surrey's holograph order for § 77. (77) 14 Feb., Wm. Fyssher. (78) 14 Feb., John Croche, servant to Sir Amyes Pallette. (79) 13 Feb., Wm. Symondes. (80) Surrey's signed order for § 79, "written at Strond" 13 Feb. (81) Letters missive, dated Windsor, 15 Dec., to the mayor and his brethren of Oxonford for men. (82) 13 Feb., John Brookke, mayor of Oxford (for the aldermen and commonalty). (83) 13 Feb., John Hopton. (84) Surrey's signed order for § 83, written at Strond, 13 Feb. (85) 13 Feb., Wm. Mychenall or Myghenall. (86) 13 Feb., John Flemynge, for Wm. Bonham. (87) 13 Feb., Walter Twynbarow, servant to Sir John Lyngham. (88) Surrey's signed order for § 85 ("Megynall"), dated London, 12 Feb. (89) The like for § 86, dated 13 Feb. (90) Letters missive, dated Windsor, 15 Dec., to Sir John Lyngeham for men. (91) 13 Feb., Roger Hanley, servant to Sir Ric. Delaber. (92) Surrey's signed order for § 99, dated 8 Feb. (93) Letters missive, dated Windsor, 16 Dec., to Sir Richard Delabere, for men. (94) Certificate to the Council that John Chechester of Devon will endeavour to prepare 30 men and sends his servant Walter Portt for money. Mutilated (of a subscription by Wolsey only the first word "Tho." remains). (95) Sir T. Wyndam's signed order for § 96. (96) 11 Feb., Ric. Courteney. (97) 11 Feb., Thomas Knightley, second son of Sir Richard Knightley. (98) 10 Feb., Walter Porte vide § 94. (99) 8 Feb., Hugh Browne, servant to Sir Wm. Pyrton. (100) 7 Feb., Th. Cooke, merchant of Salysbury, for the mayor and commonalty. (101) 5 Feb., Sir John Hussey, for the commonalty of Boston. (102) 7 Feb., "Master George Trevelyon the King's chaplain and brother to Sir John Trevelyon." (103) 4 Feb., Austen Pakyngton, for the commonalty of Gloucester. (104) Certificate to the Council by "the mayor and his brethren" of Gloucester that on New Year's Eve they received the King's letters under privy signet for men, and have trust to furnish them. Countersigned by Wolsey: Thomas El'c'us Lincoln' videtur. (105) 4 Feb., Wm. Harries, servant to Sir George Forster. (106) Letters missive, dated [Windsor] 16 Dec., to Sir George Forster, for men. (107) 4 Feb., Sir Ant. Hungerford. (108) 3 Feb., Wm. Cooke. (109) Wm. Cooke's holograph certificate to the Council that according to their pleasure he has prepared the men. (110) 8 Feb., Thomas Beverley, for Sir Brian Stabilton. (111) 3 Feb., Edward Crompe, for the city of Worcester. (112) Certificate by the bailiffs of Worcester that according to the King's privy seal they have prepared soldiers. Subscribed: Thomas Wulcy videtur. (113) 3 Feb., John Symondes of Exeter, for Richard Hayt, mayor of Exeter. (114) Certificate for Exeter signed by Hayt and subscribed "Thomas Wulcy videtur." (115) 3 Feb., John Stradelyng, for the abbot of Gloucester. (116) Letter to the King by the abbot of Gloucester, 25 Jan., that he has prepared men in pursuance of the King's letters of 15 Dec. Subscribed: Thomas Wulcy videtur. Much mutilated. (117) 1 Feb., Wm. Vyllers, for the abbot of Crowland. (118) 3 Feb., Wm. Bowland, servant to Sir Thomas Wyndam. (119) 1 Feb., Robert Wytham, servant to Sir William Compton, for Thomas Stucley. (120) Sir W. Compton's signed request for § 119, dated Richmond, 22 Jan. (121) 1 Feb., Geoffrey Talbott, servant to Sir Ralph Ellerkar, and John à Bankes of London, tailor, for Sir Ralph. (122) 1 Feb., the same, for Wm. Ellerker. (123) 1 Feb., John Flemyng. (124) Letter from William Ellerker to the Lord Admiral, dated Rysby, 18 Jan., to know his pleasure touching The Mary James and certifying the sending of men. Subscribed with Surrey's holograph order for conduct money, see § 122. (125) 1 Feb., Wm. Nowtoune, servant to Sir William Rede.
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VI. Miscellaneous:—(20) Costs of Chr. Morys, master gunner of the King's Great Galley, in carrying guns, shot and powder from the Tower to Mile End. Undated. Subscribed: Gonson. (24) Petition to Sir Thomas Lovell by George Lord, one of the King's purveyors of timber, who by the Council's order provided Thomas Stokton with five loads of timber for work at the Tower, and Stokton refuses to pay for it. Undated. (25) Rollers of brass for the Great Galley made by Humphrey Wallcar and delivered, 22 Sept. 6 Hen. VIII., to Mr. Gonson, whose order to "Brother Percar" to pay for them is subscribed. (150, 158) Indentures, 11 and 15 Oct. 4 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt of ordnance by Sir Sampson Norton from Leonard Fryscabald and Alex. de la Fava. (151, 153) The like, 9 May 5 Hen. VIII. and 7 March 4 Hen. VIII., from John Cavalcanty. (152) Bill of Ric. Farmer, merchant of the Staple, for morespikes, &c. delivered into the Tower 27 Nov. 4 Hen. VIII. (154, 157) Bill witnessing receipt by Sir Sampson Norton from John Cavalcanty, of saltpetre, 8 Nov. 4 Hen. VIII. and 30 Sept. 4 Hen. VIII. (156) Bill of receipt, 27 Nov. 4 Hen. VIII., by Sir Sampson Norton of the articles in § 152. (159) The like, 23 Sept. 4 Hen. VIII., for ordnance received from Leonard Fryscald, merchant of Florence. (163) The like, 15 July 4 Hen. VIII., for saltpetre, copper, &c., received from Sir John Cutt. (164) Bill, 6 July 4 Hen. VIII., of receipt by Edmund Wyngfeld of Edmund Wescot, by command of Sir Harry Willoughby, master of the King's ordnance, 8 bills, 60 bows, 10 sheaf of arrows and a gross of strings. (165) Small fragment of a similar bill in which the words "and 22 bows" appear. (166) Bill made at Fontraby, 15 Aug., of receipt by Sir Morys Berkeley, marshal of the army, from Edward Wyllughby of 26 bows, 30 bills. (167) Bill similar to § 164 for bows, &c. delivered to Sir Thomas Wodehous 13 July 4 Hen. VIII. (168) Indenture, 29 July 5 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt by Thomas Fowler, servant to Lord Ferrers, from Sir Thomas Wyndham, treasurer of the King's army by sea, of conduct money for 380 soldiers and their officers from Portesmouth unto Herford West in Herford Shyre," 100 miles. (169) Holograph letter from John Daunce to the Lord Admiral, dated Saturday, 2 July 5 Hen. VIII., notifying that Robert Wrey, John Foures and Wm. Bulle, the King's trumpets, have been paid, at 16d, the day, by Mr. Heron, treasurer of the Chamber, down to 1 June, and must thenceforward be paid by Mr. Wyndeham, treasurer of the King's wars by sea, "as your lordship knoweth by Mr. Al[mono]ser and Mr. Marney." Subscribed with order to Wyndham to pay these trumpets (signed Thomas Howard). (170) Order by Sir Thomas Howard to "Cousin Wyndam" to pay Harry Dyckynson, whom his brother Sir Edward Howard, late Lord Admiral, appointed surgeon of The Mary Bryexham, three months' arrears at 10s. and 10s. a month "during the voyage" [5 June cancelled]. (171) Surrey's signed order to his Cousyn Wyndam, inasmuch as 36 mariners of The Trinity Sovereign "were hurt at the Capsteyne dwelling in the county of Norfolk," to give each 5s. reward to bring them home. (172) Order similar to § 170 in favour of Harry Woodcok, surgeon of The Barbara of Greenwich, 7 June 5 Hen. VIII. (173) List of 37 names headed "The Englysshe gonners that came owght," the number certified by G. earl of Shrewsbury. (174–5) Costs of the trumpets named in § 169, as paid by Wyndham for the months 1 to 30 June, 1 to 31 July and 1 Aug. to 1 Sept. (176) A long list of "remembrances for knowing the Council's pleasure" as to whether the ordnance in the ships now at Erith should be viewed there or delivered by the masters and pursers into the Tower and there viewed, in which latter case there would be less risk of subsequent embezzlement. Whereas Elderton, Gunston, Melett and others were appointed to be "here" to receive the stuff, only Melett is here. The writers have appointed Wm. Hopton to receive the tackling of the King's new ship and three others of the greatest which remain at Erith, and have sent the rest of the ships further up the river to be nearer the Tower. (177a and 177) Pay sheet (torn) headed "Yet costs and charges of the said army by sea paid by me Sir Thomas Wyndham, knight, treasurer of the said army," upon the King's command by letter missive 17 March 4 Hen. VIII. for payment of surgeons and other things for one month, 17 May to 14 June (altered from 21 April to 17 May). The ships and surgeons named are: The Cryste, Jasper Adryan; John Baptist, Rob. Mestylden; Mary George, Rob. Hanson and Henry Capron; Peter Pomegarnett, John Baker (paid from 14 March); Kateryn Fortaleza, Wm. Asshwell, John Knott, master surgeon, and John Knott the younger; Mary Bryxham, Henry Dykenson (appointed by my lord Admiral's warrant and paid from 14 March); Barbara of Greenwich, Henry Woodcok; Gabriell Riall, Wm. Browne and Th. Moresson; Christopher Davy, Lambert Mayre. The wage is 10s. per month and the amounts are signed by the recipients; and the sheet deals only with pay of surgeons. (178 and 178§) Like sheet (two sheets) for month beginning 15 June 5 Hen. VIII., with these additional ships, viz. The Sovereign or Trinity Sovereign (Gerard Ferrers, master surgeon), Nicholas Draper (Hugh Dyer), Henry Hampton (Henry Baldwyn and Chr. Prentise), Great Nicholas (Rob. Smyth and Nic. Grossen), Lezard (Chr. Dagnall), Margaret Bonaventur (Hen. Brownyng), Less Barke (Th. Henbery), Antony Montrego (Rob. Shene), Mary James (Robt. Marshall), and one omitted, viz. The Christopher Davy. (179) Like sheet for month beginning 13 July 5 Hen. VIII., with these further additional ships, viz. Margrett Toppesham (Wm. Nowell), Mary Roose (Rob. Symson, and here is stitched in a note similar to § 170, dated Plymouth, 20 June 5 Hen. VIII., for his pay from 14 March, although not named in the King's letter missive), Trinity of Bristol (Rob. Waterford), Sancheo de Gara (Henry Capron) and Christopher Davy, and these omitted, viz. Mary Bryxham, Barbara of Greenwich, Sovereign, Nicholas Draper and Less Bark. Wm. Elvys, as a second surgeon in The Peter Pomegarnett, is paid from 14 March, and the surgeons of The Kateryn Fortaleza are now M. Symond and Hen. Ryppon. (180) Like sheet for the month (in margin "Quinta mense") beginning 1 (sic) August 5 Hen. VIII., with these further additional, viz. Mary and John (John Barbour, Howard's warrant annexed) Nicholas Draper (Hugh Dyer) and Mawdelyn of Dover (Chr. Dagnall) and these further omissions, viz. Lezard, Margaret Bonaventur and Mary James. (181) Like sheet (two sheets) for the month (in margin "Sexta mense") beginning 29 Aug. 5 Hen. VIII., with further addition of The Matthew Cradok (Davy Johns) and Mary James (Rob. Marshall), and these further omissions, viz. The Cryste, John Baptist, Mary George, Great Nicholas, Mary and John and Mawdelyn of Dover; total payments to surgeons in libro hoc, 70l. (192) Letter from the Council to John Dawtry, customer of Southampton, ordering him (of the victual which by his letter and the report of Th. Elderton remains in his hands) to send victual (specified) to London and the Downs towards victualling the army by sea appointed for the wafting of the French Queen into France; dated Baynerdescastel, 6 Sept., and signed: T. Lincoln post' Ebor: T. Duresme: Thom's Lovell. (194) Bill, 30 Sept. 5 Hen. VIII., witnessing receipt by Ralph Wilde of Thistelworth, blacksmith, from Hugh Fuller, of 269l. 13s. 10¾d. for smith's work (specified). (200) Bill, 14 Sept. 3 Hen. VIII., of receipt by Wm. Hardcastell from R. Lyster, by Lord Darcy's command, at Exeter, 20s. (201) Bill, 4 Nov. 3 Hen. VIII., of receipt by Richard Hyll from Simon Terry, cutler, by the hands of Richard Lyster, of 16s. 8d. for half year's rent of a tenement in the parish of St. Benet at Polles Wharff. (202) Bill, 5 Dec. 3 Hen. VIII., of receipt by Richard Lylbourne, servant to Lord Darcy, from Ric. Lyster, of 3l. for his fee of Calcote manor, Hunts. (203) Bill, 14 Sept. 3 Hen. VIII., by Lord Darcy from Mr. Lyster, for rents, 21l. less 1l. delivered to Herdcastell. Holograph. (204) End of a holograph letter by Lord Darcy to Mr. Lyster desiring him to pay a certain 54l. 0s. 7d. to Lewis Herpsfeld, before "Christmas next," out of Darcy's rents. London, 31 March 2 Hen. VIII. Subscribed by R. Lyster, "I am content as soon as money cometh to my hands to pay the bill." (215) Memorandum of receipt by Thomas Stoketon, the King's joiner, from Nic. Robartes, on 10 Oct., of 4,406 staves in five several parcels, at 2d. for 4 staves. Countersigned by Sir Th. Lovell and Sir John Cutte. (218) Bill showing receipts by Lewis Harpisfeld, mercer, from Mr. Lyster, for Lord Darcy, of instalments of a debt of 54l. on 23 Dec. 1511, 3 Hen. VIII., 16 March and 23 March 1511: vide § 204. (219) Bill, 14 Feb. 3 Hen. VIII., of receipt by Brian Sharp from Mr. Lyster, of 46s. 8d. in part payment of a debt of Lord Darcy.
Harl. MS. 309, f. 35 (46). B.M. 3615. NAVAL PAYMENTS.
Modern descriptions of certain books of accounts, viz.:—
(1) A "thick book" with many of the pages signed by Henry VIII., showing receipts by John Daunce from 1 July 3 Hen. VIII. (26 Sept. ?) onwards to 25 March 5 Hen. VIII.
(2) A book "marked 2," being a thick book of particulars, &c. The wages of the master and mariners paid by the purser "at a leaf turned down."
(3) Mr. Hopton payment:—In a great book entitled costs and charges for making a new bark called The Katharine Pleasaunce.
(4) In a thin book, No. 3, it appears that one Ric. Palshid was muster master,&c.
(5) Abstract of Sir Edw. Howard's appointment as admiral, 18 March 4 Hen. VIII.
Pp. 4.
Roman
Transcr., I., 31, f. 194. R.O.
3616. THE CHURCH.
Extracts from the records of proceedings in the Apostolic Chamber at Rome. [Many particulars, fees, notes, &c., omitted in the following abstract.]
I. [Acts done outside the Court.]
f. 194.
A.D. 1509.
14 July 1509, James de Corsistis, proctor of David Brown, clk., of St. Andrew's dioc., intimated the revocation of recent proxies for resigning "monasterium dymilios ordinis Cisterciensis Glasguensis (diocesis)."
A.D. 1510. 10 July 1510, James Cortesius, proctor of John Malison, vicar of Stobo, Glasgow dioc., by order of John Jakesone, clk., of St. Andrew's dioc., affirms (constat) the resignation of the said vicar in favour of James Marchenston. (Also at ƒ. 223.)
29 Nov. 1510, James de Corsiis, proctor of Andrew Puhit, late rector of Logybrid, Dunkeld dioc., [affirms] the resignation of that rectory, to be united to the archdeaconry of Moray which Th. Nudre holds. (Also at ƒ. 223.)
II. Certificates of receipt of annates in the Apostolic Chamber [14 April 1509 to 21 Aug. 1510]:—
f. 217.
A.D. 1509.
From Wm. Mors, for the union of the parish church of St. Mary of Corscombe and St. Dabricus of Perlcre, Bath and Wells dioc.; by the hands of Aloysius Gibraleon, 14 April 1509.
From Th. Marly, for union of par. ch. of Baruicke St. John's, Sarum dioc.; by the same, 14 April 1509.
f. 218. From Roger Sandofort, for union of par. ch. of Stalbrige, Sarum dioc.; by the same, 21 April 1509.
From John Malde, for union of par. ch. of Sprotley, York dioc.; by the same, 21 April 1509.
From Bertram Neronis, for reservation of fruits of a priory of St. Laurence of Magagnosco, Glasgow dioc.; by the hands of Bart. de Finibus, 21 May 1509.
f. 219. From John Ayssevett, for vicarage of par. ch. of Alstede, London dioc.; by Gibraleon, 18 [June] 1509.
From John Bronolt, for par. ch. of St. Andrew Viderschafre, London dioc.; by hands of Burgarnus, 27 June 1509.
From Godfrey Grane, for par. ch. of St. Michael at Queen's Hithe, London dioc.; by Gibraleon, 2 July 1509.
f.220. From Robert de Aldesuor, for vicarage of par. ch. of Broclei, Worc. dioc.; by his own hands, 20 Sept. 1509.
From Th. Saundurs, for par. ch. of Sciton, Linc. dioc.; by Gibraleon, [20 Sept. 1509?].
From Wm. de Mel, for par. ch. of Ampristron, Sarum dioc.; by Gibraleon, [20 Sept. 1509?].
From John Barthone, for par. ch. of St. Peter of "Sbastosburii et Harci Mamensis et Sarisbiriensis diocesis;" by Gibraleon, [14 Dec. 1509].
f. 221.
A.D. 1510.
From Valerius Acmuer, for par. ch. of Cheryntey, Canterb. dioc.; by hands of Benedict Vialis, 15 Feb. 1510.
From Alex. Extuart, for priory of Goldignum, St. Andrew's dioc.; by hands of Simon de Ricasolis, [15 Feb. 1510?].
From Alex. Elphraston, for resignation of fruits of vicarage of Nition, Glasgow dioc.; by hands of Adam Sansonis, 21 March 1510.
f. 222 From Alan Peri, for par. ch. of Spoffarb, York dioc., (no agent named) [20 June 1510].
From Th. Zuaren, for vicarage of par. ch. of Isoldoy, London dioc.; by hands of Benedict Dorialli, [27 June 1510].
From George Neuton, for canonry of Ancron in church of Glasgow; by Adam Sanson, [21 Aug. 1510].
f. 205. 23 Feb. 1510, one pair, of a pension of 10l. Scots, on par. ch. of Salamarian, St. Andrews dioc., reserved to George Johnston.
2 May 1510, one, of provision of mon. of St. Congallus, Bangor, O.S.A., Down dioc., void and provided to Ernest Onel, clk.
f. 206. 7 May 1510, one, of provision of the rural archdeaconry of Tymdele, Glasgow dioc., void by resignation of John Martin. (Also at ƒ. 214 where the date is read 6 May.)
10 May 1510, one, for the prior and convent of the mon. Belliloci, Ross dioc., of extinction of the Order of Vallis callium and institution of the Cistercian Order. (Also at ƒ. 215.)
10 May 1510, one, of reservation of half fruits of mon. of Deir, C.O., Aberdeen dioc., to James Petriadek, late abbot; upon a promise by Th. Nudre, clk., of Brechin dioc.
f. 235. 9 Aug. 1510, one pair, of pension of 40 ducats, from canonry and prebend of Fidereso, St. Andrew's dioc., to Patrick de Panter.
A.D. 1511. 13 Oct. 1511, one, of suppression of the inn of St. Laurence near the town of Adindain, St. Andrew's dioc., and erection of a house of Friars Hermits.
f. 255. 26 Jan. 1511, two, of mandate of provision of par. ch. of Loguntrose and canonry and prebend of Dumbar, St. Andrew's dioc., for Rob. Boswel, void by resignation of Th. Dikson because of exchange with the deanery of Clostahyg.
14 May 1511, one, for John Sfoglat, archd. of Winchester, for licence to visit by proctor.
f. 270.
A.D. 1512.
5 July 1512, one pair, for Walter Sandelandis, clk., of St. Andrew's dioc., of pension of 20l. Scots upon canonry and prebend of St. Mary de Rupe, of the city of St. Andrew's, upon resigning.
f. 271. 8 Oct., one pair, for Alex. Ransay, canon of Moray, of reservation of 15 ducats upon the fruits of the subdeanery of Moray upon exchange with another benefice.
8 Oct., one pair, for James Mercheston, of reservation of 9l. st. upon the fruits of the par. ch. of Scobo, Glasgow dioc., upon yielding place to his adversary.
f. 287.
A.D. 1513
12 May 1513, one pair, of pension of 20l. Scots [i.e.] 6l. st., upon the canonry and prebend of Spyne rectory, Moray, for Gilbert Stratthauclin.
25 June, one pair, for John Lockent upon a pension of 20l. Scots, upon the house of Faylfurt, Glasgow dioc.
f. 288. 9 Sept. 1513, one, of pension of 9l. st. upon the house of St. Anthony near Let, O.S.A., St. Andrew's dioc., for Ric. Tonsoun, by consent of the preceptor and convent.
IV. Memoranda of resignations made and witnessed in the Roman Court, viz.:—
f. 294.
A.D. 1514.
19 Jan. 1514, by Th. Nudre, clk., of Brechin dioc., of the rectory of Logibryd, Dunkeld dioc., to Walter Mortimar, clk., of Brechin dioc., reserving the moiety of the fruits: both parties present.
24 Feb. 1514, by Walter Beton, canon of Glasgow, through Peter Cotrum, scriptor Apostolicus, by proxy, of his said canonry and prebend called Tastariis to James Cottes, clk.
29 May 1514, by Th. Nudre, of the priory of Coldingahan "et Sancti Bactiste," St. Andrew's dioc., and his right thereto in favour of David Ninsin, clk.
V. Bonds for the payment of annates upon appointments to benefices.
[Except where otherwise noted the benefices are described as void certo modo and are obtained by the parties themselves. Values, fees, &c., are in this abstract omitted.]
f. 196.
A.D. 1509.
12 Nov. 1509, Dermicius Machimaii, priest, of Limerick dioc., bound himself for the annates of the deanery of Limerick, to be void by the deprivation of Andrew Creaigh. (Also at ƒ. 210.)
15 Nov. 1509, Thomas Nudre, clk., of Brechin dioc.: the archdeaconry of Galloway, void by death of Andrew Saluart.
f. 197. 29 Nov. 1509, Peter Cotini, scriptor Apostolicus, for John Scherer: canonry of Asbryrk in the church of Glasgow, void by death of Rob. Heriot.
A.D. 1510. 20 Jan. 1510, Ric. Odingan, monk of the mon. of St. Mary de Claro Fonte: the said monastery, the fruits of which and of the parish church of Carais united for his life, amount to 11 mks. st.
f. 198. 20 Feb., John Clayssuerie, for Wm. Skinner, rector of St. Peter's of Burton, alias "Beronotonone super domosmore," Co. et Lich. dioc.: for annates of the union of the par. church of Chiringka (Chirington in ƒ. 210), Canterbury dioc. (Also at ƒ. 210.)
27 Feb., Dermitius Odayn, priest, of Killaloe dioc.: rectory of Unatarac and a simple benefice in the church of Cannaquecul and Cannamare, Tuam dioc.
f. 199. 23 Feb., James Cortesius, for Alex. elect of St. Andrews, priory of Coldingham, O.S.B., St. Andrews dioc., void by death of John Hoym.
26 Feb., David Imathima (Daniel Ymathima at ƒ. 211), clk., of Cork: rectory of Kylino, Cork dioc., and rectory of the prebend in the par. church of Scoll. Cork dioc. (Also at ƒ. 211.)
8 March, Cornelius Idyad, clk., of Killaloe dioc.: vicarages of Disstermeyallta Loyd, and Achramuliat, alias De Ruan, Killaloe dioc. (Also at ƒ. 211–12.)
f. 212. 8 March, Benedict scriptor Apostolicus, for John Wardropet, canon of Co. et Lich.: union of the par. ch. of St. Edward of Stomer, Worc. dioc., to his canonry.
f. 200. 14 March, Cornelius Odnawyn, clk.: vicarage of Miros, Ross dioc.
f. 201. 19 March, Rinaldus Imerhuly, [in the name?] of a junior canon of Cork, bound himself for annates of the vicarages of Trinach and Kynheytz, Cork dioc.
21 March, Adam Simson, clk., of Dunkeld dioc., for Alex. Elphiston, clk,: reservation of all fruits of the vicarage of Linton, Glasgow dioc.; also regress thereto on cession or decease of Rob. Elphiston.
f. 202. 21 March, Adam Simson, clk., for Rob. Elphiston, vicar of Linton: the said vicarage void by resignation of the said Alex.
22 March, John Imurhuly, [in the name?] of a canon of Cork: vicarages of Myros and Briny, Cork dioc.
f. 203. 22 March, Donald Ibrien, clk.: vicarages of Kylsacyly and Kyllokennedy and Sralabaly, Killaloe dioc.
22 March, Tadeus Omera, clk.: priory of St. John Baptist beside Leuarnac, O.S.A., Killaloe dioc.
23 March, Ernanus de Jantone, clk.: vicarages of Balachaia and Magfinalud, Tuam or Mayo dioc., and canonry of Tuam.
f. 204. 23 March, Dermitius Mekarrygh, clk.: vicarages of Drinach and Insigcyloach, and Drinach rectory, Cork dioc.
30 March, Benedict de Viali, for Ric. Gilbert, canon of Wells: union of par. ch. of St. Mary, Kylkchampton, Exeter dioc., to his canonry. (Also at ƒ. 213.)
f. 207. 7 May, Cornelius Ilachnanre, clk., of Killaloe dioc.: vicarages of Lyethmacacmog and St. James of Bargeslych and St. Mary Amorcyptuny, and also of St. Nicholas of Baytystuny and St. Mary of Deffynuvuyr, Cashel [dioc. ?].
11 May, Roger Maguydir, clk., rectory of St. Tygenatius of Ocyztmaclan (read Tygerentius de Ayztmarlan at ƒ. 215), Clogher dioc. (Also at ƒ. 215.)
f. 208. 31 May, Adam Simson, rector of Bonoc, Moray dioc, for James Heriot, clk., of St. Andrews dioc.: vicarage of Cathcart, Glasgow dioc. (Also at ƒ. 215.)
f. 224. 7 June, Cornelius Olachnay, clk., of Ossory dioc., for Nic. Olachnay, his brother: priory of St. Mary de Kelliis, O.S.A., Ossory dioc., void by death of Th. Olachy.
7 June, Fergallus Iduda, clk.: union of canonry of the church of Killala and rectory of Scrinananaya, Killala dioc.
f. 225. 8 June, John Clayssurne, for Humphrey Blakeburne, canon of Penkeryche, Co. et Lich. dioc.: union of par. ch. of St. Laurence of Ludlowe, Heref. dioc.
15 June, John Offlangelle, canon of the mon. of St. Mary of Achros, alias de Insula, O.S.A., Killala, alias Elphin dioc., the said priory which Charles Oconchubayr detains.
f. 226. 21 June, John Ifragayl, clk.: par. churches of Rylnasythy and Balynte Ocarcaych, Ardagh dioc.
22 June, Eugenius Ocluda, clk.: archdeaconry of Killala.
28 June, Benedict Viali, scriptor Apostolicus, for Th. Waren, canon of St. Mary and St. Stephen, London dioc.: vicarage of Iseldon, London dioc.
f. 227. 18 July, Wm. Lani, clk.: par. ch. of Conuet, St. Andrew's dioc., and rectory of Rimuel (sic) in the church of St. Saviour of St. Andrews, void by resignation of Patrick Panter made in Curia.
f. 228. 19 July, Th. Nudre, for "Dominus Davit": rectory or prebend of Fidereso in church of St. Mary de Rupe of St. Andrews, void by resignation of Patrick Panter made in Curia. Also, for Wm. Lani, clk.: par. ch. of Conuet, St. Andrews dioc., and rectory or prebend of Kinuel in the church of St. Saviour of St. Andrews, similarly void. Also, for himself: archdeaconry of Moray, similarly void.
9 Aug., Th. Nudre, for Patrick Panter, clk., of Brechin dioc., reservation of all fruits of the archdeaconry of Moray and par. ch. of Convet and benefice of Rynuel (sic).
[9 Aug. ?] Adam Sinson, clk., of Dunkeld dioc., for George Neuton, clk.: canonry of Ancovra in the church of Glasgow, void by resignation of James Stewart.
f. 238. 23 Oct., John Benche, clk.: wardenship of the New College of priests and clerks of St. Mary de Foghille, Cloyne dioc., which the bp. of Cloyne holds.
23 Oct., Thady Macray, priest: vicarages of Ardinan and Nedanis, Lismore dioc.
f. 239. 30 Oct., Th. Nudre, clk., of Brechin dioc., for James Marchinston, vicar of Scobo, Glasgow dioc.: the said vicarage, void by resignation of John Malisson.
8 Oct. (sic), James "Radimundi Mauritii de Geraldinis," canon of Limerick: deanery of Limerick and vicarage of Balte Tanckarid, Limerick dioc.
f. 240.
f. 241.
7 Nov., Th. Nudre, for John Gybson, clk.: reservation of all fruits of canonry and prebend of Renfrew in Glasgow. Also, for the same: regress to the said canonry and prebend cedente vel decedente Jacobo Blacader. Also, for James Blacader, clk.: the said canonry and prebend.
8 Nov., Th. Nudre, for James de Cortesiis, clk., of Modena: preceptory of the house of Torsiken, of St. John's, Jerusalem, St. Andrews dioc., void by death of Wm. Novellis.
f. 242. 16 Nov., Raynaldus de Ricasolis, merchant, Florentine, for Patrick Paricter (sic), clk., of Brechin dioc.: preceptor of Torfichen, of St. John's Jerusalem, St. Andrews dioc., void by death of Wm. Knollis.
14 Dec., James Sinus, for the said Patrick: the same preceptory.
f. 243. 25 Nov., Africanus Severobi, for John Lonhaun, clk., of Glasgow dioc.: rectory of Veyme, Dunkeld dioc.
28 Dec., James Scyertall, canon of the mon. called the hospital of St. John Evangelist of Kylkenie, O.S.A., Ossory dioc.: priorship of the same, void by death of Edmund bp. of Ferns.
f. 244.
A.D. 1511
.2 Jan. 1511, Onellus Brenak, clk.: rectory of Kyllokycan and vicarage of Drinkel and rectory of Clanor and Pornere and Isherenocre, Ossory dioc.
20 Jan., Africanus Severolus, clk., of Faenza, for Wm. Stewart, clk, of St. Andrews dioc.: canonry and prebend of Glasgow which John Biston holds, to be void by his deprivation.
f. 245. 23 Jan., Th. Nudre, for John Schancar, chancellor of Ross: the said chancellorship, void by death of John Stewart.
21 Feb., Benedict de Mileto, for Gabriel de Bergamo (on behalf of Th. Hedd, rector of the parish church of St. Anne and St. Agnes, London): union of the chantry of St. Mary of Melaton next Gravishende, Rochester dioc.
f. 246. 23 March, Wm. Omulryayy, clk., of Emly dioc.: vicarages of Kylhonager and Scraduale, Killaloe dioc., and Kyllosade, Cashel dioc.
23 March, John Ihogayn, clk.: deanery of Killaloe, "necnon rectorie de Balenicas loayare et unius Coye allara et alterius de Bellemicas et alterius de Burges et relique Sanpullucalayg, Laonensis et Cassalensis diocesium vicariarum."
f. 247. 23 March, Florentius Isullibayn, clk.: vicarage of Conocayn, Ardfert dioc.
27 March, Cornelius Mageocagayn, priest: rectory of the New Town of Fertulac, Meath dioc., void by death of Constantine Machaygayn.
7 April, Donald Imurli, clk.; rectories of Kyllgebayn and Radrinla and Dorusa, Cork dioc.
f. 248. 10 April, Æneas Macdovill, canon of the mon. of St. Mary of Concha, O.S.A., Tuam dioc.: vicarage of Kylniren, Tuam dioc.
10 April, Donald Idonanayn, priest: deanery of Ross and vicarages of Dosirlercriun and Dryllinhandnor, Ross dioc.
10 April, Wm. Punikcal, clk., of Emly dioc.: vicarages of Kyllconinaloy and Kyllmellaya and rectory of Drim, Cashel and Emly dioc.
f. 249.
f. 250.
15 April, Benedict, scriptor Apostolicus, for Wm. Bridde, rector of SS. Peter and Paul (no place named): union of the vicarage of Holy Trinity of Breidford, Sarum dioc. Also, for John Tayler, canon of Lichfield and Coventry: union of the par. ch. of St. Etheldreda of Hortfeld, Linc. dioc. Also, for Ric. Rawson, archd. of Essex: union of par. ch. of St. Michael ad Bladum, London. Also, for Ric. Carlyon, vicar of St. Andrew of Seratton, Exeter dioc.: union of vicarage of St. Morwen, same dioc.
f. 251.
f. 252.
17 April, Benedict de Mileto, proctor of Gabriel de Bergamo (on behalf of John Brime, canon of Haytresbury, Sarum dioc.): union of par. ch. of Odesboke, Sarum dioc. Likewise (on behalf of Adam Facele, canon of Chichester): union of par. ch. of Pacchyng, Chichester dioc. Likewise (on behalf of Ric. Tolel, canon of St. Teche, Exeter dioc.): union of par. ch. of St. Broagus, Exeter dioc.
26 April, Oddo Ibernicus, for Donald Laferthy, clk.: deanery of Annadown and rectory of Gnomor, void by death of Otho Oflaferthyn.
f. 253. 3 May, Edm. Agallombaic, clk.: rectory of Tachbuathra, Raphoe dioc.
13 May, Wm. Suton, canon of Ferns: archdeaconry of Ferns and prebend of the par. ch. called "Supernumerarie" in the church of Ferns.
f. 254. 14 May, Wm. Suton: mon. of St. Mary de Voto, alias of Tiastrina, C.O., Ferns dioc.
14 May, Aloysius de Gibraleon, for Th. Chei, canon of Langehestre, Durham dioc.: union of par. ch. of Coldaston, Worc. dioc.
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f. 230. 6 June, 1511, Benedict Viali, for George Crovomer, alias Cromer: par. ch. of Guldeford, Chichester dioc., and union of par. ch. of Morston, Canterb. dioc.
21 June, Theodoric Obryin, clk.: precentorship of Kilmacduagh and par. ch. of Kymmare and Inyscheltray and Kyllurayn.
f. 231. 19 July, Donald Ogallehabain, clk., of Raphoe dioc.: deanery of Kildare.
19 July, Adam Simeonis, for Wm. de Inglis: vicarage of Cupionyis, St. Andrews dioc., void by resignation of Alexander de Inglis.
28 July, Matth. Ibrien, canon of Kilfenora: canonry of "Talchna neas bugh" and rectory of Obrakan, Killaloe dioc.
f 232. 31 July, Bart. de Auria, merchant, for Damian de Falcariis: pension of 200 ducats upon the mon. of Tongland, P.O., Galloway dioc.
7 Aug., Matth. Ibryn, chancellor of Kilfenora and rector of Raycol: canonry of Killaloe and prebend called Diserte, and vicarage of Achrain and ruralis of Kynentwyt and Trati, Killaloe dioc.
f. 233. 8 Aug., Thady Obreyn, clk.: treasurership of Killaloe, vicarage of Tomenlach and rectory of Nona, Killaloe and Kilfenora dioc.
18 Aug., Adam Symson, for Wm. Ker: rural archdeaconry of Tyuidale, Glasgow dioc., void by resignation of John Martin.
f. 234. 21 Aug., Bart. de Auria, merchant of Genoa, for Th. Lesons, rector of Taronhull: par. ch. Ixcydeorthe, Linc. dioc.
26 Sept., Gerald Michmuich, clk., of Glendalough, alias Ferns dioc.: vicarages of parish churches of Insula and Kylgorman, Glendalough dioc.
26 Sept., James Occurin, vicar of Ludigan, Ferns dioc.: canonry of Theacmolin.
f. 236. 25 Oct., Gabriel de Bergamo, for Rob. Michael: union of par. ch. of St. Mary of Varbilton, Chichester dioc., to the priory of St. James de Aurigie, Winchester dioc.
31 Oct., Th. Nudre, clk., of Brechin dioc.: faculty of resigning and changing.
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f. 262.
A.D. 1512.
23 July 1512, Cornelius Odubcanaid, priest: vicarage of Dorsomoine, alias Drunemame, Raphoe dioc.
31 July, Peter Baptista Calvus, for John Stralle, canon "ecclesie Sancte Codede Salopite (St. Chadd of Shrewsbury), Connerensis (et) Lichfeldensis diocesis": union of par. ch. of Aliston, Linc. dioc.
6 Aug., Blaise de Palladiis, for John Moin: par. ch. of Comberyntynchide, Exeter dioc., united to par. ch. of Faruey, same dioc.
f. 263. 6 Aug., Andrew Gentilis, merchant of Genoa, for Geoffrey Wrenne: par. ch. of St. James of Hanscope, Linc. dioc., united to canonry of Baracbe of the ch. of Howden, York dioc. Also, for John Hawkesford: par. ch. of Mersse, Linc. dioc., united to par. ch. of Lancheton, Linc. dioc.
f. 264. 27 Aug., Eugenius Makarrig, clk.: united par. churches of Insigeyaldalch and Insnecteghe, Cloyne dioc., and Nochimall, Ardfert dioc., and deanery of Macluoynheho, of the church of Cork.
27 Aug., James Buctiler, canon of Lismore: priory of St. Edmund Hassell, O.S.A., Cashel dioc.
f. 265. 25 Nov., Andrew Gentilis, for Wm. Woderove: par. ch. of St. Vigor of Fulburn, Ely dioc., united to college of Clare Halle in Cambridge University. Also, for Jas. Bronwich, canon of Hereford: union of par. ch. of Hampton Bishops to canonry and prebend of Chyrchimetynton, Heref. dioc.
25 Nov., Louis de Capponibus, for Th. Hedde: par. ch. of St. Peter of Brynkeworth, Sarum dioc., united to canonry and prebend of Longley of the church of Langhester, Durham dioc.
f. 266. 29 Nov., Th. de Burgo, canon of Annadown: rectory and vicarage of Sthanari, Tuam dioc., united to his canonry.
f. 267.
A.D. 1513.
11 Jan., 1513, Andrew Gentilis, merchant of Genoa, for Th. Stritoland, rector of Sowder, Carlisle dioc.: union of par. ch. of Stangreve, York dioc.
24 Jan., Louis de Caponibus, for Roger elect of _ (Diensis): mon. of SS. Peter and Paul [Dorchester], O.S.A., and church of St. Irinus the Bishop of Dorcacestria, Linc. dioc., void by promotion to the said church and commended to him.
f. 268. 31 Jan., Bart. de Auria, merchant of Genoa, for Giles Coldale, rector of Tuelston, Exeter dioc.: union of par. ch. of Northrown, same dioc. Also, for Wm. Hone, rector of Albec: union of par. ch. of Longledonham, Linc. dioc.
19 Feb., Benedict de Vialli, scriptor Apostolicus, for Th. Childe, rector of Spettesbeen, Sarum dioc.: union of par. ch. of Stone Abbatis.
f. 269. 22 Feb., Andrew Gentilis, merchant of Genoa following the Roman Court, for Girami Dachi, canon of Tamuore, Co. et. Lich. dioc.: union of par. ch. of All Saints of Norborow, Linc. dioc. Also, for Th. Martin, canon of Salisbury: union of par. ch. of Wyly, Sarum dioc.
f. 270. 22 Feb., Louis de Caponibus, for John Esterfeld, canon of Walmerhampton, co. Stafford, Co. et Lich. dioc.: union of par. ch. of Newyry, co. Berks, Sarum dioc.
f. 272. 18 April, Conay Macnaman, canon of Killaloe: treasurership of Killaloe.
18 April, Th. Offlayff: priory of St. Mary of Regell, O.S.A., Limerick dioc.
20 April, Th. Nudre, precentor of Glasgow: the said precentorship, void by promotion of John Forman to the mon. of Kilwynyng, O.S.B.
f. 273. 22 April, Cornelius Offichin: archdeaconry of Leighlin and rectory of Temock, Leighlin dioc.
21 May, Louis Zefirus Bucaurin: pension of 80 ducats upon priory of Restenot, O.S.A., St. Andrews dioc.
f. 274. 27 May, Th. Regis, scriptor Apostolicus, for Wm. Wanay, clk., of St. Andrew's dioc.: chancellorship of Ross, void by death of John Stewart.
f. 275. 27 May, Louis Capponus, for John elect of Gallipoli (Calipolensis): hospital of St. Thomas of Acon, London, O.S.A., void by his promotion to the said bpric. Also, for Richard elect of Athyra (Naturensis): vicarage of Stracton, Durham dioc., void by his promotion to the said bpric.
f. 276. 1 June, Louis Caponus, merchant, Florentine, for Th. Hede, rector of SS. Anne and Agnes, London dioc.: union of par. ch. of Leinden, same dioc.
9 June, Aloisius de Gibraleone, scriptor Apostolicus, for John Theodorici, clk., of Toul (Tullensis): par. ch. of Duelber and Lonutdlount and St. John beside and without the New Priory, Armagh and Dublin dioc.
f. 277. 16 June, Aloisius Gibraleon, for John Theodorici: mon. of St. Peter de Savalle, O.S.A., Down dioc., and par. ch. of Ray and canonry and prebend of Tromon, Dromore dioc.
f. 291. 25 June, John Francis de Bardis, institor de Burgarinis, for Patrick abbot of Cambuschinet, O.C.R., St. Andrews dioc.: common of the said mon.
f. 277. 27 June, Donatus Ibrehan: par. ch. of Kilclonfert, Kildare dioc.
f. 278. 27 June, Andrew Gentilis, for John Baker, rector of Lyanyngton, Bath and Wells dioc.: union of vicarage of Yvyngho, Linc. dioc.
27 June, Donatus Olediur: mon. of St. Mary de Lege Dei, C.O., and par. ch. of Thymoik, alias de Villa Fontis, and Sccabo, alias Syan, and Chilcolmavan Leighlin dioc.
f. 279. 27 June, John Salay, for Patrick abbot of Canbuschinet: preceptory of Torsihoan, of St. John's Jerusalem, St. Andrews dioc.
27 June, John Francis de Bardis, institor de Bergaminis, for James Seroit, par. ch. of Kyrkbrune, Glasgow dioc., void by resignation of Ric. Buchrson.
f. 280. 27 June, Andrew Gentilis, for the abbot and convent of Osney beside Oxford, O.S.A.: union of rectories, etc., of Curgtington and Hokenorton.
9 July, Andrew Gentilis, for Th. Scwell, canon of London: union of par. ch. of Leyborne, Rochester dioc.
f. 281. 16 July, Th. Nudre, prothonotary Apostolic and arch. of Moray, for Alex. Steuard, clk., of St. Andrews dioc.: preceptory of Torfigen, of St. John's Jerusalem, St. Andrews dioc., void by death of Wm. Bauellis.
1 July, Peter Francis Burgarini, for Patrick Paniter, abbot of Cambuschinet: reservation of all fruits of the archdeaconry of Moray and canonry and prebend of St. Saviour [of] Kynuol within the city of St. Andrews and par. ch. of Convecht, St. Andrews dioc., and pension upon the par. ch. of the prebend of Federosso within the church of St. Mary de Rupe, St. Andrews.
f. 282. 1 July, Th. Nudre, for Patrick abbot of Tunbuschmech (sic): regress to the above benefices (Kynuol and Convecht here written Rymel and Conucht).
f. 288. 30 July, Aloysius Gibraleon, scriptor Apostolicus, for Gelasius Magnassa, clk. of Dromore: mon. of Inys, C.O., and par. ch. of Balyemdragyn, alias Nedron, and Kylanyens, Down dioc.
f. 291. 22 Aug. 1513, Leonard de Bartolinis, for Andrew bp. of Moray: common of the said church.
22 Aug. 1513, John Francis de Bardis, institor, for Andrew bp. of Moray common of mon. of Driburght, O.P., St. Andrews dioc.
f. 283. 24 Aug., Th. de Binis, clk., of Rome: special reservation in cities and dioceses of Glasgow, Dunkeld (? Zchaldensi) and Brechin.
22 Aug., John Francis de Bardis, merchant, Florentine, institor et socius societatis de Bulgarinis, for Andrew abp. elect of Bourges: priory of Pectumweyin, O.S.A, and par. ch. of Uttmgahan, St. Andrews and York dioc., void by his promotion to Bourges.
f. 284. 30 Aug., Th. Icrlahy, clk., of Cloyne dioc.: vicarages of Achinach, Gronach and Bryn, Cork and Cloyne dioc.
f. 285. 31 Aug., Andrew Gentilis, for Th. Baschurche, rector of Newyngthin, Canterb. dioc.: union of par. ch. of St. Mary of Almondesbun, Worc. dioc. Also, for Th. Leson, canon of St. Tedda (sic) in Shrewsbury, Co. et Lich. dioc.: union of par. ch. of Ewelme, Co. et Lich. dioc., and Benthen, York dioc.
16 Sept., John Sancher, canon of Moray: union of one, two, three and so many benefices in Glasgow and Aberdeen cities and dioceses as amount in fruits to 300 ducats, to be void by cession or decease. With note that, 22 Jan. 1521, Adam Symson, canon of Moray, took oath that the said John had not yet attained to taking fruits of any benefice by virtue of this.
f. 286. 8 Oct., Blasius de Palladiis, for Th. Hilling, canon of Bromyard, Heref. dioc.: union of par. ch. of Poching, Chichester dioc. Also, for Wm. Richardson, rector of Ogmeralton, London dioc.: union of vicarage of Eginchton, Durham dioc.
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f. 291.
A.D. 1514.
9 Feb. 1514, Simon de Ricasulis, for Thomas elect of Lincoln: common of the said church.
f. 290. 22 Feb. 1514, Raynaldus de Ricasolis, for James the abbot: common of the mon. of Rylwynyn, O.S.B., Glasgow dioc.
f. 290. 22 Dec. 1514, Raynaldus de Ricasolis, for Alex. Stewart, clk., of St. Andrews dioc.: common of mon. Insulae Missarum, O.S.A., Dunblane dioc., by reason of the commendam.
3617. LEO X.
A calendar of Regesta of this Pope (edited by Card. Hergenroether) describes in its first volume upwards of thirteen thousand acts passed within the period of the present Vol. (to 31 Dec. 1514), but of these only the following grants and briefs seem to call for notice as in any way concerning English history, viz:—
A.D. 1513. 19 March 1513—(1432) James abp. of Glasgow, powers; (1433) Adam Symson, pension due from subdeanery of Brechin, ceded to Thomas Nudre, archd. of Moray; (1434) Gilbert Stratauchin, M.A., pension upon Spyne rectory; (1435–7) John Hay, prebend of Kenclodin; (1438) John Akynherd, priory of Monimusk; (1439) Alex. Steuart, clk., a preceptory (not named) (fn. 3) of St. John's; (1440) Th. Nudrius, clk., notary apostolic, canonry of Kyrkurum; (1441) John Pothyn, rector of St. Mary de Bothaw, London dioc., absolution; (1442) John abbot of Tiltey, his election to take effect from 16 kal. Dec. last; (1443) Th. Myllyng, prebendary of the church of SS. Peter and Paul of Bromyard, Heref. dioc., collation of the parish church of Heyfordeworen alias Heyford Superior, Linc. dioc.; (1444) Gelasius de Magnassa, canon of Dromore, monastery of Ynys in commendam; (1445–6) Arthur Magnassa, clk., canonry of Dromore with the parish church of Ray and the monastery of St. Patrick de Saballo in commendam. (1901) Henry VIII. (fn. 4)
3 April—(2020) Henry VIII.‡
4 April—(2032) John Theodorici, parish churches "de Duelber ac de Lowdowe necnon S. Joh. prope et extra portam novam Prioratus S. Joh. prope et extra portam Prioratus S. Aug. et Cruciferorum Ordinum Armachan. et Dublin dioec."
13 April—(2134) Laurence Taillefer.‡
14 April—(2155) Beveney chapel in Burnham parish, Linc., dioc., confirmation of Julius II's sentence against the vicar of Burnham.
29 April—(2298) King of Denmark.‡
April (?)—(2348) King of the French, congratulations on his truce with the King of Aragon, but deprecation of his project of pursuing his claims in Italy by force.
2 May—(2380) Master Th. Nudry, ministry of the Trinitarian house of Houston vice Th. Dykson, dec., upon conditions (specified).
3 May—(2404–9) Indults quoad beneficia for Ric. Woode, vicar of Brakley, Th. Pyere, vicar of Barsted, John Bellyngham, chanter of St. Katharine's chantry in Gyllyngham church, Nic. Henshaw, rector of Clist, Wm. Taylor, rector of Queryngton, and Wm. Webbe, sacrist of Lichfield; (2410) Katharine queen of England, indults of non-residence for six chaplains (not named) in her service.
5 May—(2431–2) Indults quoad beneficia for Michael Wauugh, rector of Harbaldoune, and Robert Leyff, rector of Istenhinsted Theyne.
20 May—(2756–63) Thomas Alsey, bpric. of Leighlin, vice Bp. Nicholas, dec.
8 June—(3091) James IV., warning to desist from war against England.
15 June—(3198–3201) Indults for John Bulle, vicar choral in Southwell College, Wm. Geffrey, vicar of Ergaston, John Cumberegge, rector of Colsterworth, and Th. Scanceby, vicar of Brode Thalke; (3202) John Baker, S.T.B., rector of Lymyngton, to hold also the vicarage of Yvyngho as united to his rectory.
16 June—(3220) John Rothelay, penitentiary of South Malling, dispensation to be absent seven years for the study of letters.
18 June—(3241) John Furner, rector of Withcall, and (3242) Wm. Totild, rector of Kyng Ripton, indults.
21 June—(3271–2) Henry VIII. (fn. 5)
27 June—(3373–7) Pardon of the cardinals.*
28 June—(3403–4) Indults for Roger Scherman, vicar of Plenynte, and John Colchestre, alias Neblond, monk of Bury St. Edmunds; (3405) Th. Seirell, decret. doct., prb. of Hoxton, to hold the church of Leynborne united with his canonry; (3406) James IV.*; (3423–8) Indults for John Collys, vicar of Stone, Henry Asshaton, rector of Qwarlay, John Colchestre, alias Neblond, monk of Bury St. Edmunds, Rob. Marton, rector of Pylham, John Hall, rector of Catherp, and Roger Scherman, vicar of Plenynte, that of Colchestre being exceptional, viz. to hold secular benefices, preach anywhere and wear his monk's habit under other clothes.
1 July—(3444–5) Special indulgence for the Hospital of St. Thomas of Acon, John Yong, master.
3 July—(3487) Rob. Gaskin, [rector] of Holy Trinity, Dorchester, and vicar of St. Nicholas, Milton Abbot, absolution and indult.
4 July—(3495) Mandate to the preceptor and Donatus Okeallakayn, canon of Cork, as to alienating lands in return for a pension from James abbot of St. Mary's de Magio.
7 July—(3540) Cardinal Bainbridge, benefices (not specified) in Concordia and Vicenza.
8 July—(3554) Griffin David Duy, rector of Wendylburg, to hold the vicarage of Lavarth as united to his rectory.
9 July—(3569) Wm. Ker, M.A., confirmation of letters of Julius II., 22 April 1510, appointing him archd. of Tymdale.
15 July—(3652–60) Andrew bp. of Moray to be abp. of Bourges without ceasing to be bp. of Moray and retain his commendam of the monasteries of Dryburgh and Pittenweem, and church of Cottingham, and also his right of access to the monastery of Kelso.
19 July—(3725) Peter Trott, vicar of Cuttrombe, to hold the vicarage of Wynnyfford united to the other.
31 July—(3896) Ric. Hoothon, rector of Grondesburgh, to hold the vicarage of Backwell united to his rectory.
3 Aug.—(3943–4) Bishops of Paris and Angoulême to deliver Andrew bp. of Moray his pallium as abp. of Bourges, which is sent by Thomas Nudry, archd. of Moray.
5 Aug.—(3957) Ric. Robert, LL.B., rector of Bigrave, indult.
6 Aug.—(3988) Dispensation for marriage of Robert Swyllyngton with Margaret Bewyk, widow, addressed to the Bishop of London.
9 Aug.—(4031) Thomas de Binis, of the household of Lorenzo Pucci, Papal abbreviator, reservation of benefices (not specified) in the cities and dioceses of Glasgow, Dunkeld and Brechin.
13 Aug.—(4092) Censures upon James IV. as breaker of the peace with England.
16 Aug.—(4126–7) Francis Frescobaldi, canonry in the church of Aberdeen on the resignation of John Frescobaldi.
17 Aug.—(4143) Ralph Woolse, chanter at the altar of St. Katharine in St. Paul's, London, indult.
21 Aug.—(4173) Mandate to the bps. of Winchester and Norwich to reform certain abuses (described) in the church of London by which the canons cannot be admitted to residence without an excessive expenditure upon banquets.
24 Aug.—(4217) Th. Grey, rector of Snawe, indult; (4218) the vicarage of Almandesbury to be united to the rectory of Newyngton if Th. Bascharcht, the rector, is presented to it.
26 Aug.—(4258) Benefices in Glasgow and Aberdeen to be united to the canonry which John Saucher holds in the church of Moray.
17 Sept.—(4530) George Crakanthort, rector of Newbiggynge, indult.
19 Sept.—(4566–8) Indults for Rob. Colchester, alias Cuper, monk of St. Benet's, Hulme, Wm. Sloo, monk of St. Saviour's, Bermondsey, and Giles Bachon, vicar of Narthaston.
23 Sept.—(4624) Ferdinand the Catholic, and the other Kings and Princes, intimation of the creation of four cardinals.
30 Sept.—(4753) Settlement, at the request of Henry lord Clifford and West-morlande, Thomas Worthon, Edward Mosgrave and the inhabitants of Burghe, of a dispute between Th. Rigge, vicar of Burghe, and the chaplain of the oratory there.
7 Oct.—(4884) Robert Hoon, rector of Thodenham juxta Eklyngham, indult.
8 Oct.—(4893) James king of Scots and Catharine (sic) his wife, faculty to choose their confessors who may absolve them even from cases reserved, with some exceptions, also dispensation as regards fasting and abstinence, also indulgences and privileges; (4894–5) Master Balthasar Stuerd, provost of the college of Chivasso, Papal ambassador to James king of Scots, authority to create notaries &c., and appointment as general collector in Scotland.
11 Oct.—(4924) Henry VIII. (fn. 6)
13 Oct.—(4972–8) Cardinal Cibo deputed administrator, temporal and spiritual, of the church of St. Andrews which Alexander elect of St. Andrews held for life.
24 Oct.—(5069–78)—John Kyte.*
3 Nov.—(5195–7) Indults for John Ymberley, monk of Middelton, John Waytt, M.A., rector of Nembury, and John Wallgrave, rector of Charteton Macrelle.
11 Nov.—(5360) Ric. Hartys, rector of Doynton, indult.
27 Nov.—(5518) John Wyon, vicar of Ocley, indult.
29 Nov.—(5534) Henry VIII.*
2 Dec.—(5599, 5600) The pall for John elect of Armagh sent by Master Aloysius de Gibraleon and the bps. of London and Winchester ordered to receive his oath and deliver it.
9 Dec.—(5664–6) Indults for John Holwell, vicar of St. Petroc Bedmynye, John Wyon, vicar of Ocley, and Wm. Fell, rector of Thaydon at Mount.
12 Dec.—(5709) Henry VIII.*
15 Dec.—(5772) Guillermus episcopus Panadensis, indult to hold another benefice besides his bishopric and the hospital of St. John Dely.
17 Dec.—(5822) Ric. Weston, clk., of Cov. and Lich. dioc., indult.
18 Dec.—(5837) Wm. Clerk, M.A., indult for the second chaplaincy in Towcester.
21 Dec.—(5913) Nic. Morton, rector of the chapel of Slapton College, indult.
A.D. 1514 3 Jan. 1514–(6064) Th. Wodyngton, canon of London, decr. doctor, and rector of Bockyng, to hold the church of Southchirche united to his said rectory.
4 Jan.—(6082) Bp. of Winchester*; (6083) Wolsey.*
8 Jan.—(6153) Abbots of Waverley, St. Mary Graces, Thame, Ford and Combe appointed defenders of appellants to Rome.
9 Jan.—(6196) Parish church of Logybrid conferred upon Walter Mortimer and severed from the archdeaconry of Moray, with indult.
10 Jan.—(6244) Roland Baxter to hold the parish church of Ufforth together with that of Redlay.
18 Jan.—(6334) The priors of Cluntoskeyt Nasyna and of Runduyn, Elphin dioc., and Teague Offalleyn, canon of Elphin, ordered (if John Okellay, alias Okernain, junior, monk of the mon. of St. Peter and St. Paul of Anocentia juxta Aluyn, can prove his charges against John Okellay, senior, his prior) to deprive John Okellay, senior, and confer the priory upon John Okellay, jun.
22 Jan.—(6367) Th. Barcher, prior of Newburgh, and his successors, dispensation to hold the parish church of Epweth in commendam.
2 Feb.—(6532) New statutes for the hospital of St. Thomas of Acon (Deon) approved, at the petition of John Yonge, the master.
3 Feb.—(6567) John Harden, rector of Worthymortemer, to hold the parish church of Lonelleypton united with his rectory.
6 Feb. (6595–6603) Wolsey*; (6604–12) Cornelius Okahan made bp. of Raphoe upon cession by Bishop Menelanus.
7 Feb.—(6641) Wolsey.*
8 Feb.—(6674) John son of Thomas earl of Desmond ("de Sintonie de Gueraldinis") granted the patronage of the parish churches of Ane, Kareketaeyll Glinogroe, Frademur and Torlarbreghe (alias Tolarbreghe), in the dioceses of Emly and Limerick, if, as he has promised, he cause them to be rebuilt and better endowed; (6675) mandate to the treasurer and Wm. Negeyll and Maurice Felavyn, canons, of Limerick to confer the archdeaconry of Lismore and a canonry in Emly upon James son of John son of Thomas of Desmond (de Sintonie de Gueraldinis) and unite to them the vicarages of Rayrillei, alias Rayralley, Lugden, Rosestum and Raychsuredan, if vacant.
8 Feb.—(6682) Henry VIII. (fn. 7); (6683) Winchester*; (6684) Durham.*
9 Feb.—(6702–7) Thomas Halkerston to reserve all the fruits and the right of re-entry of a canonry in Aberdeen which he resigns to John Pennycuyli, M.A., and all the fruits of the parish church of Benhan, which is conferred upon Andrew Hoppar.
13 Feb.—(6804) John Bolton, canon of Bolton in Craven, indult.
17 Feb.—(6873) John Clerk, decr. doct., rector of Porteshed, exemption from taking holy orders because of that or other benefices, for two years from the expiration of the one year allowed by law.
19 Feb.—(6894–6) Letters to the Nuncio,* to Fox* and to Wolsey.*
20 Feb.—(6899) Henry VIII.*
21 Feb.—(6934) Confirmation of Ric. Prehest as abbot of St. Mary Graces, vice John Langton, dec.
1 March.—(7008) Henry VIII.*
16 March—(7270) Patrick Counitre made dean of Lestaurik, presented by the King of Scots vice Th. Dykson, dec.
18 March—(7356) Mandate to Bernard Obugill and John Macrathagairt, canons of Derry, to unite the rectory of Cyllcairill (if void) with the vicarage of Furnaydh so long as Magonius Ygarme Laygaydh holds it.
Date uncertain in pont. 1 Leonis X.—(7375) Patrick Paniter, alias Pantar, prorogation for another year of his one year's dispensation.*
23 March—(7519) Edward Stephynson, canon of the collegiate church of Bashani, Chichester dioc., to hold the parish church of Musgrave united to his canonry.
30 March—(7635) Henry VIII.*
10 April—(7901) Th. Falke, bachelor in decrees, rector of Farnden, indult.
11 April—(7909) Alexander (sic) duke of Albany.*
20 April—(8040–2) The Nuncio,* bp. of Winchester* and bp. of Lincoln.*
25 April—(8180) Prior of St. John by Lenaenach and Wm. and Rory Oduygyn, canons, to unite the vicarages of Liamocaernoc, St. James of Burgestia, St. Mary of Amaryn and St. Nicholas of Boyston in favour of Donald Omeachyr, prior of St. Cross de Insula Viventium.
27 April—(8207) The said prior of St. Cross, Wm. and Rory to confer the archdeaconries of Ossory and Cashel, if vacant, upon Edmund Rutile.
2 May—(8408) George Crowmer, alias Cromer, M.A., master of Cobham college to hold the parish churches of Guldeford and Benynden united to his mastership; (8421) Partick Panter.*
3 May—(8441) James Blyeth, clk., of York, indulgence; (8445) Absolution and indulgence for Thomas Rodyng, S.T.P., of the Order of Friars Minors, who, by dispensation, has held the vicarage of Wykham, Norwic. dioc., and worn a priest's gown for 17 years without authority.
10 May—(8645–6) Henry VIII.*
11 May—(8661) John Whytley, monk of Colchester, indult.
13 May—(8693) Th. Michell, S.T.P., vicar of Staverton, to hold the vicarages of Alternon and (if he get it) Ipellien united to Staverton.
16 May—(8771) Furness abbey*; (8817) Geo. Dundas.*
18 May—(8872) Leo X. enters peace with France; (8891) Wm. Danson, M.A., rector of All Saints, Magna Fordham, Lond. dioc., indult.
Undated—(9230–4) Henry VIII.*
1 June—(9279) Th. Archier, rector of Glonfford, indulgence for two years from taking holy orders.
3 June—(9335) Mandate to the dean and to John Fangyn and Wm. Rangil, canons, of Limerick, to confer upon Donatus Macriamara, clk., a canonry of Killaloe and unite to it the vicarages (if vacant) of Riltenayn, Clomarean, alias Straduali, and Rilei; (9336) similar mandate to Andrew Creagh, Fangyn and Rangil, canons of Limerick, to confer on Laurence Macriamara a canonry of Killaloe with the vicarage of Tulac.
7 June—(9462) Henry VIII.*
10 June—(9555) Henry VIII.*; (9557) the earl of Arran, &c.*
15 June—(9690) Dispensation for marriage of Henry Somerset lord Herbert and Margaret Courtenay.
16 June—(9697) Th. Dalby (fn. 8); (9706–7) Henry VIII.*
18 June—(9768) Peter Potkyn, rector of St. Mary Bothawe, dispensation for greater orders prolonged for another year; (9775–82) Thomas bishop of Clonmacnoise made abp. of Tuam void by the death of Maurice
19 June—(9825–7) Henry VIII.*
20 June—(9841) Bishops of Clonfert and Killala to take the fealty of Thomas elect of Tuam.
23 June—(9925) Parish church of Parva Torynton united to the priory of Carswell in favour of Thomas bp. of Solubria, who holds that priory in commendam. [N.B.—On 15 May previous John (sic) de Witte, confessor to the sisters of Archduke Charles, had been appointed bp. of Salubria in partibus infidelium (8737–40, 8766).]
5 July—(10,207) Mandate to the bishop and dean and Ric. Tollett, canon, of Exeter, to decide the case of Walter Gill of the town of Shatonia, Sarum dioc., executor of Ralph Byry, late vicar of the parish church of St. James there, who, by Thomas Pottere, now vicar, was accused of neglecting the buildings and, being condemned in 12l. st., has appealed to the Holy See.
8 July—(10,310) Mandate to the Bishops of Winchester and Lincoln and the Dean of Salisbury to decide the case of John Perott, bachelor in decrees, precentor, Chr. Gyll, succentor and warden of the college of vicars choral of the church of York, who allege themselves exempt from the jurisdiction of the Archbishop of York and subject to the dean only, and yet have been troubled by Edw. Kellet, decr. doct., commissary of the official of the consistory of York, on behalf of John Fisher.
14 July—(10,407–10) The monastery of St. Stephen at Bologna, void by the death of Card. Bainbridge, commended to Master Richard Pace.
6 Aug—(10,780) Henry VIII.*
14 Aug—(10,930) Indulgence for all visiting and helping the church of Carlisle in the feast of Assumption of St. Mary and reciting prayers for Card. Bainbridge and his secretaries and executors Wm. Burbanke and Ric. Pace.
18 Aug.—(11,092) Th. Welkynson, rector of St. Nicholas, Colchester, to hold the parish church of St. Mary at the Walls as united to his rectory.
21 Aug.—(11,125) John Selwoode, alias Tanner, monk of Glastonbury, indult to hold benefices as a secular clerk and wear the secular dress over his monk's habit.
3 Sept.—(11,380–1) Master Richard Pace (Pateus), archd. of Dorset, indult circa visitationem.
4 Sept.—(11,402) Ferdinand.*
7 Sept.—(11,463) Indulgence, &c., for Ric. Bromefeld, master of the hospital of St. John Baptist in Redeclyff Pytt, Bristol, who acquired the vicarage of All Saints without due dispensation; (11,469) Wm. Barker, vicar of Boney, York dioc., confirmation of indult circa beneficia granted by Julius II.; (11,475) Fox and Wolsey.*
9 Sept.—(11,549–50) Henry VIII.*
15 Sept.—(11,683–93) Wolsey made Archbishop of York*; (11,694–11,701) Wm. Atwater, dean of Salisbury, the King's confessor, made bp. of Lincoln.
16 Sept.—(11,743) Wolsey*; (11,750) William elect of Lincoln to take his consecration from any bishop, at will.
17 Sept.—(11,783) Indulgence, &c. for John Glys, abbot of Newnam, appointed to that office without dispensation super defectu natalium.
23 Sept.—(11,894) Indulgence for Thomas Culman, clk., of Canterbury diocese.
24 Sept.—(11,909) Henry VIII.*
26 Sept.—(11,972) To Richard bp. of Winchester about the indult to Wm. Cousyn.*
29 Sept.—(12,020) Wolsey and Fox*; (12,048) Henry VIII.*
1 Oct.—(12078) Th. Dayly, alias Doyly, vicar of All Saints, Marcham, aged 60, indult circa residentiam.
11 Oct.—(12,213) Mandate to the prior of Christchurch and official of Canterbury on behalf of Edward Poynyng, captain of Henry king of England, who alleges that his right of patronage of the monastery of St. Radegund has been violated.
12 Oct.—(12,236) John Denham, rector of Northkyllvorth, S.T.B., to hold the parish church of Tynwell united with his rectory. (12,237) Louis XII.*
29 Oct.—(12,388) Wm. Kar, clk., to be coadjutor and successor of George Kar, canon of Glasgow.
31 Oct.—(12,465–6) Henry VIII* and Fox.*
3 Nov.—(12,527) James V.*
6 Nov.—(12,571–8) Maurice Okaillyd, alias Okillyd, S.T.P., of the Order of Friars Minors, made bp. of Kilfenora, vice Theodoric, dec.
7 Nov.—(12,596) Maurice elect of Kilfenora may take consecration from any bishop.
9 Nov.—(12,629) Absolution, &c. for Roger Hewyet, alias Huett, rector of St. Edmund's upon the Bridge, Exeter, who without dispensation acquired the parish church of Avetongifford.
11 Nov.—(12,654–5) John Ochonant to be vicar of Drumonilche, vice Maurice Macdonnallynd, resigned.
13 Nov.—(12,687–703) Andrew abp. of Bourges, made abp. of St. Andrews and granted the monastery of Dunfermling, void by the death of Alexander elect of St. Andrews, and reserves a pension from Bourges, to which Innocent Card. Cibo is appointed; (12,721–7) Alexander Stewart commended to the monastery Inchaffray (Insulae Missarum), Dumblane dioc., void by death Abbot Laurence, Peter cardinal of St. Eusebius ceding his claim.
20 Nov.—(12,841–50) James Stewart made abbot of Arbroath, void by cession of Andrew elect of St. Andrews, who reserves a pension of 750 ducats upon the fruits of that monastery and the parish church of Aberrathi.
22 Nov.—(12,901) Duke of Milan. (fn. 9)
26 Nov.—(12,931) Gavin Douglace and his accomplices straitly commanded to yield the monastery of Arbroath to James Stewart, its commendatory, within six days.
28 Nov.—(12,974) Wm. Tony, rector of St. Helen's, Worc. dioc., indult circa beneficia; (12,975) mandate to the bp. of Coventry and Lichfield to give dispensation for marriage to Robert Dodde and Cecily Coton.
8 Dec.—(13,138) Queen Margaret*; (13,140) Gavin Douglace, &c. (as before, 26 Nov.); (13,141) James Hoban and others commanded to yield the monastery of Dunfermling to Andrew elect of St. Andrews.
11 Dec.—(13,155–9) Powers for Andrew abp. of St. Andrews as legate and primate.
20 Dec.—(13,324) Louis XII.*
22 Dec.—(13,399 and 13,403) Crutched Friars of Colchester* and London.*

Footnotes

  • 1. Of Mantua.
  • 2. These form an original file with label "Indentures for coats and conduct by sea in the King's next intended army royal
  • 3. Torphichen.
  • 4. These will be found more fully described under their dates.
  • 5. Those marked with an asterisk will be found more fully described under their dates.
  • 6. Those marked with an asterisk will be found more fully described under their dates.
  • 7. Those marked with an asterisk will be found more fully described under their dates.
  • 8. Those marked with an asterisk will be found more fully described under their dates.
  • 9. Those marked with an asterisk will be found more fully described under their dates.