Chronological Arrangement of Selected Bullae etc.

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'Chronological Arrangement of Selected Bullae etc.', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 10: 1447-1455 (1915), pp. XI-XV. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=103510 Date accessed: 25 July 2014.


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Chronological Arrangement of Selected BullÆ Diversæ. Litteræ Secretæ. Litteræ De Curia. Etc. in the ‘Vatican’ Registers of Nicholas V. (fn. 1)

Date. Address. Subject. No. of Reg No. of Fo. Page of Cal.
1447, (fn. 2) Jan. 17, St. Peter's, Rome. Robert bishop of Dunblane. Faculty to dispense persons to be ordained etc., notwithstanding illegitimacy. 385 140d 6
1447, Jan. 17, St. Peter's, Rome. Robert bishop of Dunblane. Faculty to dispense persons to marry and re-marry etc. 385 141 6
1447, Feb. 8–13, St. Peter's, Rome. John cardinal priest of St. Balbina's, cardinal archbishop of York. Various faculties. 405 55–58d 180–181
1447, Mar. 19– St. Peter's, 1448, Mar. 18. Rome. Henry VI. Translation of relics [to Eton College and King's College, Cambridge]. 385 177 8
1447, Mar. 19– St. Peter's, 1448, Mar. 18. Rome. James II king of Scots. Indult for his confessor to absolve him, even in reserved cases, etc. 385 190d 9
1447, Mar. 19– St. Peter's, 1449, Mar. 18. Rome. Ad perp. rei mem. Henry VI's grant of the possessions of alien priories to Eton College. 386 101r 17
1447, April 20, St. Peter's, Rome. John Pursell, archdeacon of Lismore. Appointment as collector of the papal camera and papal nuncio in Ireland. 432 20 269
1447, April 25. Oath of fealty of the above John Pursell as collector. 435 4d 272
1447, July 20, St. Peter's, Rome. John Puersell, archdeacon of Lismore, collector of the papal camera in Ireland and papal nuncio. Various faculties. 406 103d–105d 181–182
1447, July 28, St. Peter's, Rome. James bishop of St. Andrews. Deprivation and restoration of schismatics in Scotland 380 406 74d 105d 1 182
1447, Aug. 3, St. Peter's, Rome. John Pursell', archdeacon of Lismore, collector etc., as above. Faculty to recover money from his predecessor, Cornelius bishop of Emly. 406 107d 182
1447, Sept. 18, St. Peter's, Rome. John de Obizis, canon of York. Renewal of his appointment as collector of the papal camera and papal nuncio in England. 432 107d 269
1447, Oct. 2. Oath of fealty by proxy of the above John de Obizis as collector. 435 6d 272
1447 [Nov. 16], St. Peter's Rome. The bishop of Dunblane. Provisions and reservations to nominees of James II king of Scots. 385 142d 7
1447, Nov. 16, St. Peter's, Rome. Patrick Yhong, dean of Dunkeld. Appointment as collector of the papal camera and papal nuncio in Scotland. 432 119d 270
1447, Nov. 29. Oath of fealty as collector of the above Patrick Yhong (here described as archdeacon of Whiteherne). 435 7 273
1448, Feb. 27, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. Concordat in regard to the collation of benefices by the pope and the ordinaries in the province of Rouen, the roll of the university of Caen, and moderation in the reservation of benefices. 406 268 183
1448, May 31, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. Agreement between Hugh Midelton, turcopolier of Rhodes and the master of the Hospital, about the office of turcopolier. 387 101d 25
1448, July 3, St. Peter's, Rome. [General.] Safe-conduct for Hugh Midilton, turcopolier of Rhodes and fifteen mounted followers. 387 92 25
1448, July 8, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for John duke of Norfolk, marshal of England, and for his knights, army etc. 387 127 30
1448, Sept. 4, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for Michael Amici, canon of Tournai, a writer of apostolic letters and a member of the pope's household, and for sixteen followers. 407 233 190
1449, Mar. 11, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for Roger lord of Comays, brother of the earl of Northumberland, and for fifteen followers. 408 158 192
1450, Jan. 6, St. Peter's, Rome. Vincent Clementis, papal subdeacon. Appointment as collector of the papal camera and papal nuncio in England. 433 63 271
1450, Jan. 19. Oath of fealty of the above Vincent Clementis as collector in England. 435 9d 273
1450, Mar. 27, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for Andrew Durisder, subdeacon of Glasgow, papal nuncio to Scotland, and for ten followers. 414 66d 211
1450, May 22, St. Peter's, Rome. The bishop of Whiteherne. Revocation of the above faculty of [16 Nov.] 1447, to the bishop of Dunblane to make provisions etc. to nominees of James II king of Scots; and grant of a similar faculty to the bishop of Whiteherne. 391 204d 63
1450, June 17, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for John Gele, dean of Bardewick, etc. and for six companions. 396 148 bis d. xxv
1450, Aug. 25, Fabriano. Vincent Clementis, canon and provost of Valencia, papal nuncio and collector of the papal camera in England. Various faculties. 412 184d–185 205–207
1450, Sept. 15, Fabriano. James king of Scots. Indult for the dean of his chapel to hear the confessions of the household of the king and queen, etc. 414 216 214
1450, Oct. 5, Assisi. Margaret queen of England. Indult for her confessor and the confessors of her nominees to grant her and them absolution even in reserved cases and the plenary indulgence of the Jubilee. 393 122d 72
1450, Nov. 22, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The gaining of the indulgence of the Jubilee in Scotland without going to Rome. 403 63d 169
1450, Nov. 25, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for Hugh Richard, a Friar Minor, and for four followers. 412 135d 209
1450, Dec. 27, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for Thomas Kyryell, knight and baron of the province of Canterbury, and for thirty followers. 412 135d 209
1451, Jan. 7, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad perp. rei mem. Erection of the university of Glasgow. 393 212 73
1451, Jan. 23, St. Peter's, Rome. James bishop of St. Andrews. Faculty to dispense persons in Scotland to marry and remain in marriages already contracted. 403 82d 173
1451, Jan. 28, St. Peter's, Rome. James, bishop of St. Andrews. Faculty to dispose of benefices in his gift void in certain months of the year. 403 81 173
1451, Feb. 11, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The deprivation of schismatics in Scotland. 395 236d 89
1451, April 30, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for Baldwin Fulforde, and for four followers. 415 219d 216
1451, July 18, St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for Marinus de Ursinis, archbishop of Taranto, papal referendary, papal nuncio and orator to Henry VI, and for fifty followers. 417 108d 219
1451, Aug. 12, St. Peter's, Rome. The kings of the Romans, Hungary, Poland, Bohemia, Sweden, Denmark, Dalmatia and Norway, and all archbishops etc. in Germany and other parts. Defence of John king of Cyprus against the Turks. 396 167d 94
1451, Aug. 12, St. Peter's, Rome. The king of Sicily and all patriarchs etc. in Italy. The same. 396 168d 94
1451, Aug. 12, St. Peter's, Rome. John king of Cyprus and all patriarchs etc. in Cyprus. The same. 396 168d 95
1451, Aug. 12, St. Peter's, Rome. The kings of England and Scotland and all archbishops etc. in England and Scotland. The same. 396 168d 95
1451, Aug. 12, St. Peter's, Rome. The kings of Castile and Leon, the Aragons, Portugal and Navarre, and all archbishops etc. in Spain. The same. 396 169 95
1451, Aug. 12, St. Peter's, Rome. Charles king of France and all archbishops etc. in France. The same. 396 169 95
1451, Aug. 13–Sept. 23, S. Maria Maggiore, Rome. Nicholas cardinal priest of St. Peter's ad Vincula, papal legate to England, Burgundy, etc. Various faculties. 418 181–190 223–226
1451, Aug. 17, St. Peter's, Rome. Vincent Clementis, canon and provost of Valencia, papal subdeacon and nuncio and collector of the papal camera in England Various faculties. 418 80d and 242 222 227–228
1452, July 26, St. Peter's, Rome. John, cardinal bishop of St. Rufina's. Absolution of rebels against Henry VI. 399 204d 116
1453, Mar. 1, St. Peter's, Rome. John Purcell, archdeacon of Lismore. Appointment as collector of the papal camera and papal nuncio in Ireland. 434 12 271
1453, April 13. Oath of fealty of the above John ‘Porseal’ as collector in Ireland. 435 14d 273
1453, July 23, St. Peter's, Rome. John cardinal bishop of St. Rufina's, archbishop of Canterbury, primate of all England and papal legate. Various faculties. 427 43 249
1453, Sept. 29, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The rebellion of Richard duke of York, etc. 401 339d 152
1454, May 16, St. Peter's, Rome. The bishop of Penne and the dean and chancellor of Brechin. The deprivation and restoration of schismatics in Scotland. 429 245d 258
1454, Dec. 1, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The gaining of the indulgence of the Jubilee in Ireland without going to Rome, and the conversion of the proceeds to the help of the Hospitallers of Rhodes against the Turks. 430 228d 263
1454, Dec. 1, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The same in England, Wales and Ireland. 430 232d 265
1454, Dec. 3, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The gaining of the indulgence of the Jubilee in Ireland without going to Rome. 430 207d 261
1454, Dec. 3, St. Peter's, Rome. John Langstrothir, castellan of Rhodes and Melchior Bandini, chancellor of Rhodes. The same. 430 211 261
1454, Dec. 3, St. Peter's, Rome. Robert Botyll, prior of England, of the order of St. John of Jerusalem, and John Langstrothir, castellan of Rhodes. The same in England, Wales and Ireland. 430 212d 262
1454, Dec. 5, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The same in England, etc. 420 237 266
1454, Dec. 9, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The appropriation of the proceeds of the Jubilee indulgences to the war against the Infidels. 430 222 263
1454, Dec. 11, St. Peter's, Rome. Ad fut. rei mem. The same. 430 212d 262

Footnotes

1 See Preface, above, p. v.
2 Here and throughout the following lists in dates between 1 Jan. and 24 March the year is brought to the modern style.