Lateran Regesta 142
1410-1411

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W. H. Bliss and J. A. Twemlow (editors)

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1904

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'Lateran Regesta 142: 1410-1411', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 6: 1404-1415 (1904), pp. 195-199. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104225 Date accessed: 20 September 2014.


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Lateran Regesta, Vol. CXLII (fn. 1)

1 John XXIII (contd.)

De Litteris Dominorum Cardinalium

1410.
2 Id. July.
Bologna.
(f. 37.)
To Anthony, cardinal priest of St. Mark's. Faculty, motu proprio [as above, p. 168], to resign to the ordinaries simply or for exchange, without requiring papal licence, the parish church of Schetlington, in the diocese of Lincoln, and the archdeaconry of Exeter, papal provision of which he received, on their voidance, having been previously reserved to the apostolic see, and possession of which he has not obtained; with faculty to the ordinaries to carry out the exchanges. The ordinaries are to certify the camera or its collector with respect to names and dates. Quanto Romanam ecclesiam. (Pro domino cardinali.)
17 Kal. Nov.
Castel San Pietro, near Bologna. (fn. 2)
(f. 110.)
To the same. Provision, motu proprio, of the canonry and prebend of Cherme[n]ster and Byre in Salisbury, value not exceeding 400 marks, void and reserved to the apostolic see by the death there, without having had possession, of John, cardinal priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem, to whom provision was made on their voidance by the provision made to Thomas, bishop of Durham, of that see, and by his consecration. Dum exquisitam tue.
Concurrent mandate to the bishops of Tricarico (Tricaricen.) and St. Davids, and the abbot of Westminster. Dum exquisitam dilecti. (Pro domino cardinali.)
Ibid.
(f. 115.)
To the same. Provision, motu proprio, of the perpetual vicarage of Okcham in the diocese of Lincoln, value not exceeding 100 marks, still void and reserved by the death at Pisa of Robert Stoucham, who being a member of the papal court (curialis) remained there ill at the time when Alexander V transferred his court thence to Pistoia, and afterwards died there. Pope Alexander made provision of it to the late John, cardinal priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem, who died at the apostolic see before the letters were drawn up. The cardinal is hereby dispensed to hold the vicarage with St. Mark's and his other benefices.Dum etc.
Concurrent mandate, as in the preceding. Dum etc. (Pro domino cardinali.)
8 Id. June.
Bologna.
(f. 119.)
To the abbot of Westminster without the walls of London. Mandate—at the petition of Henry, bishop of Sabina, setting forth that the late Hillebrandus, Hospitaller, when receiving from him to farm the canonry and prebend of Kynges Sutton in Lincoln with the annexed chapels of Bulrhorle and Hornton, which the bishop held, as he still does, by papal grant, promised to bear all their burdens except certain repairs; that he ruled the canonry and prebend and the chapels during the years 1406 and 1407; that nevertheless he neglected to pay to the dean and chapter a yearly cess called “Septisms” (Septimar[um]) of 11 marks 10s. 9d., half of it for the first and the whole of it for the second year; that John Kylquyt, also a Hospitaller, has disposed, as by the custom of the realm it is said that he could, of the fruits etc. of the said canonry and prebend in the name of, and before and after the death of, Hillebrandus, and of other goods left by him, without paying the said cess; wherefore the bishop fears lest the dean and chapter lay an arrest on the said fruits etc.—to monish the said John, under pain of excommunication, to make satisfaction within a fixed time to the dean and chapter or the bishop's proctor with respect to the said cess, with costs, interest etc., or show cause why not, invoking, if necessary, the aid of the secular arm. Exposuit nobis. (Pro domino cardinali.)
4 Id. Nov.
Castel San Pietro, near Bologna.
(f. 130d.)
To Francis, cardinal priest of Sancti Quatuor Coronati. Provision, motu proprio, of the canonry and prebend of Andesakyre in Lichfield, value not exceeding 40 marks, void and reserved to the apostolic see by the death there of William Lovell, abbreviator of apostolic letters. Dum etc.
Concurrent mandate to the bishops of Oloron and St. Davids and the dean of York. Dum etc. (Pro persona domini cardinalis.)
8 Kal. June.
Bologna.
(f. 145.)
To the same. Reservation, motu proprio, of one, two, three, four, five or more benefices—certain benefices, e.g. parish churches, being excepted—value not exceeding 500l. sterling, in the common or several gift of any collators and collatrices of the provinces, cities and dioceses of Canterbury, York, Bordeaux and Auch. He is hereby dispensed to hold them with his above church and his other benefices. Dum etc.
Concurrent mandate to the bishops of Soana (Suanen.), St. Davids and Lescar (Lascuren.). Dum etc. (Pro domino cardinali.)

De Provisionibus Prelatorum

Ibid.
(f. 177d.)
To Patrick, elect of Cork. Decree that these presents shall be sufficient proof of the provision made to him by Alexander V, who, learning at the beginning of his pontificate that before his accession the see of Cork had become void by the death of Richard, specially reserved it for that turn, and afterwards, namely on 2 Id. Oct. anno 1 [1409], made provision of it to Patrick, then dean of Ossory and in minor orders only. Racioni congruit.
Concurrent letters to the clergy of the city and diocese, to the chapter, to the people of the city and diocese and to the vassals of the church—Racioni congruit: to the archbishop of Cashel—Ad cumulum tue; and to king Henry—Racioni congruit (sic).
15 Kal. Aug.
Bologna.
(f. 184.)
Provision to John Curlw, a monk of St. Edmunds Bery, in the diocese of Norwich, in priest's orders, of the see of Dromore, void at the apostolic see and reserved to the pope by his recent translation to Sodor of bishop Richard, who was present at the apostolic see. Inter cetera.
Concurrent letters to the chapter, to [the clergy and to] the people of the city and diocese—Inter cetera; to the archbishop of Armagh—Ad cumulum tue; and to king Henry—Gracie divine.
3 Kal. June.
Bologna
(f. 191d.)
Translation of Richard bishop of Dromore to Sodor, still void and reserved by the death of John, during whose lifetime Alexander V specially reserved it for that turn, but died before disposing of it on its voidance by John's death. Romani pontificis.
Concurrent letters to the clergy and to the people of the city and diocese. Romani etc.
1411.
2 Id. Jan.
Bologna.
(f. 228d.)
To Richard Offeargayl. Provision of the Cistercian abbey of St. Mary, Granard, in the diocese of Ardagh, of which he is a monk, and which the pope—upon learning at the beginning of his pontificate of its voidance by the deprivation made by the father-abbot, Stephen, abbot of St. Mary's near Dublin, to whom by ancient custom such deprivation belongs, of abbot William, now monk thereof—specially reserved for that turn.Summi disposicione.
Concurrent letters to the convent of Granard and to abbot Stephen. Summi etc.
1410.
8 Kal. June.
Bologna.
(f. 242.)
To Eugenius, elect of Kilmacduagh. [Mandate] to undertake the rule and administration of the said see, which Alexander V at the beginning of his pontificate, upon learning its voidance by the death of Denis, specially reserved to himself for that turn, and of which he afterwards, namely on 8 Kal. Oct. anno 1 [1409], made provision to the above Eugenius, then dean of Cloyne, in priest's orders, dying before his letters were drawn up. Decens reputamus.
Concurrent letters to the chapter, to the clergy and to the people of the city and diocese—Decens etc.; and to the archbishop of Tuam—Ad cumulum tue.
Ibid.
(f. 247d.)
To John Babyngle, elect of Tuam. Mandate to undertake the rule and administration of the said see, which Alexander V at the beginning of his pontificate, upon learning its voidance by the death, during the voidance of the apostolic see, of Maurice, specially reserved to himself for that turn, and of which he afterwards, namely on 4 Non. Sept. anno 1 [1409], made provision to the above John, a Friar Preacher, S.T.M., dying before his letters were drawn up. Decens etc. [Ripoll, Bullarium Praedicatorum, II, p. 504, who refers to liber VII of the Register of John XXIII, fol. 248 (sic), and has the reading Babynghe.]
Concurrent letters to the chapter, to the clergy and to the people of the city and diocese, and to the suffragans of Tuam— Decens etc.; and to king Henry—Decens etc. (sic).
11 Kal. Jan.
Bologna.
(f. 282d.)
To Philip Magrabortaid. Provision of the abbey of Derry (Celle Nigre) in the diocese of Derry, of which he is a canon, in priest's orders, which Alexander V at the beginning of his pontificate, upon learning its voidance by the death of abbot Oddo, specially reserved to himself for that turn, dying without disposing of it. Inter solicitudines.
Concurrent letters to the convent and to the bishop. Inter etc.
17 Kal. Aug.
Bologna.
(f. 292.)
Provision to Robert, Cistercian abbot of St. Mary's Vale Crucis in the diocese of St. Asaph, in priest's orders, of the see of St. Asaph, which Alexander V at the beginning of his pontificate— upon learning that it had become void by the translation (made by Angelus Corario, called Gregory XII, before the sentence of the Council of Pisa against him and Peter de Luna, called Benedict XIII) of John [now] bishop of St. Andrews, then of St. Asaph, from St. Asaph to St. Andrews, then void—specially reserved to himself for that turn, dying without disposing of it. Divina disponente.
Concurrent letters to the chapter, to the clergy and to the people of the city and diocese, and to the vassals of the church— Divina etc.; to the archbishop of Canterbury—Ad cumulum etc.; and to king Henry—Gracie divine.

Footnotes

1 Described on the back as Liber 7 of the Register of John XXIII, on a flyleaf as Libri 6 and 7.
2 Datum apud Castrum Sancti Petri, Bononiensis diocesis.