Roman Transer. Ser. I., No. 1. f. 133. R. O.
|55. JULIUS II to JAMES, ABP. OF GLASGOW.|
|Upon his representation of the difficulty of his personally reconciling places which have been polluted, gives him licence, while he continues abp. of Glasgow, to depute a priest, secular or religious, with water blessed by a bishop, as the custom is, to reconcile churches, churchyards and other ecclesiastical places defiled "sanguinis vel seminis effusione seu alias qualitercumque." Rome, 1 June 1509, Pont. 6.|
|Lat., modern transcript, pp. 2.|
|2 June.||56. SIR THOMAS BRANDON.|
|Warden of forests on this side Trent. See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 12.|
|2 June.||57. JOHN PORTE.|
|King's solicitor. See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 15.|
S.P. Hen. VIII., 1, f. 32. R. O.
|58. [5737.] THE FRIARS OBSERVANTS.|
|Warrant to John Heron for payment of the 500 marks bequeathed by Henry VII to the five houses of Friars Observants for the repair of the same, to Nich. Waring, proctor. Greenwich, 6 June 1 Hen. VIII. Signed by Henry VIII. at the top; and below by the following executors: Margaret Countess of Richmond, T. Earl of Surrey, Ri. bp. of Winchester, Sir Thos. Lovell, C. Somerset [Lord Herbert].|
|S.P. Hen. VIII., 9, f. 268. R. O.||59. [5779.] JOHN SHARPE and WILLIAM TYLAR.|
|Warrant to John Heron for payment of Henry VII's legacy of 100l. each to John Sharpe and Will. Tylar. Signed above by the King; and below by T. Earl of Surrey, Ri. bp. of Winchester, C. Somerset [Lord Herbert], and Sir Thomas Lovell, executors.|
R. O. Rym., XIII. 261.
|60. [147.] KATHARINE of ARAGON.|
|Renunciation by Katharine, in favour of Henry VIII, of her dowry of 200,000cr. (of 4s. 2d.) stipulated by the treaty of 3 June 1503. Greenwich, 7 June 1509.|
|Lat. Copy. See No. 65 iv.|
S.P. Ireland, Hen. VIII., 1, f. 1. R. O.
|61. [149.] THE LORDS AND COUNCIL OF IRELAND to HENRY VIII.|
|Regret the decease of the King's father. Kildare, who was his deputy lieutenant, was preparing to go to the King, but they have entreated him to remain until the King's mind is known, in consequence of the perilous state of the country and the malice of the Irish. As it is necessary to have a governor until the King appoints a lieutenant or deputy, have, according to ancient usage, elected Kildare justice. Divelin, 8 June.|
|"By your most humble and faithful subjects, the lords spiritual and temporal and council of this your land of Ireland." Seal lost.|
|On parchment. Add.|
S.P. Hen. VIII., 1, f. 33. R. O.
|62. [154(2).] SIR EDWARD PONYNGES.|
|Appointment as Warden of the Cinque Ports. (See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 33.)|
|Modern copy, p. 1.|
Dipl. Exch. 725. R. O. Rym., XIII. 253.
|63. [153.] KATHARINE OF ARAGON.|
|Renunciation (similar to No. 60), by Fuensalida on behalf of Ferdinand King of Aragon, under commission (recited) dated 11 May, of Katharine's dowry of 200,000cr. Greenwich, 9 June, 1509. Signed: Gutyere Gomez de Fuensalyda. Lat., large parchment. Seal perfect.|
|R. O.||2. Copies of the above. See No. 65 § 1 ii., 2.|
Dipl. Exch. 727. R. O. Rym., XIII. 254.
|64. [152.] KATHARINE OF ARAGON.|
|Similar renunciation, by Fuensalida, on behalf of Joan of Castile. Greenwich, 9 June, 1509. Signed.|
|Lat., large parchment. Seal attached.|
|R. O.||2. Copies of the above. See No. 65 § 1 iii., 2.|
|S.P. Hen. VIII., 1, f. 55. R. O.||65. [240.] GUTIER GOMEZ DE FUENSALIDA.|
|Assent by Fuensalida on behalf of Ferdinand of Arragon and Johanna of Castile to the contract of 21 Dec. 1507, for the marriage between Charles of Spain and Princess Mary; duly sealed ratifications of this to be delivered to Henry VIII in London within _ (blank) months. June, 1509.|
|ii. Copy of No. 63, dated _ (blank) June 1509.|
|iii. Copy of No. 64, dated 9 June 1509.|
|iv. Copy of No. 60, dated 7 June 1509.|
|Lat., fair copies of drafts, pp. 16.|
|Vesp. C. XII. 275.||2. Modern copy of §§ ii., iii., and iv. of the above from which Rymer printed.|
|Lat., pp. 16.|
S.P. Misc., 242 (2). R. O.
|66. [155.] KATHARINE OF ARAGON'S JOINTURE.|
|Original grant of jointure to Katharine of Aragon. Westm., 10 June 1 Hen. VIII. Signed by the King.|
|On two sheets of parchment, with silken cord attached, but no great seal.|
|See GRANTS IN JUNE, Nos. 35, 36, 42.|
Sanuto, VIII. 394.
|Note, 10 June 1509, that letters from England, report the King's refusal to allow the excommunication of the Venetians to be published.|
|Ital. See Venetian Calendar, II, No. 5.|
|Sp. Transcr. Ser. I., 5, f. 45. R. O.||68. THE MARRIAGE.|
|Form of words to be used by the King and Princess at their wedding. See Spanish Calendar, Vol. II., No. 17.|
|Lat., two modern transcripts from Simancas, pp. 2 and p. 1.|
Vesp. F. III. 36. B.M. Ellis, 1st. S. 1. 63.
|69. [161.] JAMES IV OF SCOTLAND to HENRY VIII.|
|Has received Henry's letters written with his own hand. Is glad to understand the good will which the King bears him. Will bear the same towards him, "geve it plese zow to scharg ws." "At our Abba of the Holy Croys," 11 June. Signed.|
|Holograph, p. 1. Add. The document is engraved in Facsimiles of Nat. MSS. of Scotland, Part III, No. 9.|
Papal Bulls, 26 (27). R. O. Rym., XIII. 256.
|70. [168–9.] JULIUS II.|
|Bull on the appointment of Thos. [Ruthal] to the bpric. of Durham, authorising his confirmation by any catholic bishop, on his first taking the oath (recited) of obedience to the Pope. Romæ, prid. idus Jun. 1509, 6 pont. Countersigned by Rowthale.|
|Lat., vellum, sub plumbo.|
|14 June.||71. THOMAS, LORD DARCY.|
|Treasurer of Berwick. See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 53.|
|15 June.||72. EXPORT OF TIN.|
|See GRANTS IN JUNE, No. 58.|