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'Index of Subjects', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 7: 1417-1431 (1906), pp. 706-724. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104398 Date accessed: 01 September 2014.


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Abbots, indults for, to consecrate and bless altars, church ornaments etc., 125, 144.

-, -, to promote monks to minor orders, 144.

- -, to rehabilitate monks, 144.

-and priors, blessing of, 125, 128, 134, 141, 158, 171, 178, 182, 192–194, 214, 215, 234, 259, 275, 285, 286, 291, 347, 426, 472, 477, 493, 570.

- -, indults for, to give solemn benediction after mass etc., 58, 82, 144, 514.

- -, -, to wear episcopal insignia, 58, 78, 82, 144, 514.

Abbreviators of papal letters. See Letters.

Absolution, from sentences of excommunica-tion etc. See Cases.

-, plenary at the hour of death. See Confessors; Indulgence.

Abstinence, dispensations and indults not to observe, 48, 289, 440, 456, 496.

-, vows of. See Vows.

Acolyte, papal, 10.

Advowson. See Patronage.

Age, defect of, dispensations on account of, to be ordained etc., 81, 82, 104, 110, 122, 123, 148, 160, 161, 171, 219, 237, 254, 257, 263, 273, 297, 351, 353, 354, 362, 365, 390, 397, 398, 400, 445, 458, 460, 497, 499–501, 504, 507, 521, 528, 563–565, 568, 571–573.

- -, -, faculties to grant, 4, 126, 513.

Alien priories. See Deerhurst; Mersea; Stoke; Thetford.

Alienations, licences for bishops to make, 85, 86.

- See also Dilapidations.

All Hallows, dedication to. See London (parish churches).

All Saints, dedications to. See Ashwellthorpe; Cave, North; Dean; Dublin; Hastings; Highweek; Holbeach; Kidderminster; Leigh; Newton Bushel; Stanton; Waltham; Warham; York.

-, - See also St. Mary and All Saints; St. Michael and All Saints.

Almain, clergy of, 36.

- See also Envoys; Germany.

Altars, consecration of, 144, 222, 528.

-, portable, indults to have, 138, 299–307, 310, 313–317, 319, 322–326, 328, 330–338, 342, 414–422, 429–432, 434, 447, 448, 450, 451, 453, 533–537, 549–552, 555, 557, 561, 562.

-and altar-linen, 58.

- See also Ornaments.

Ambassadors, to and from Martin V. See Martin V.

- See also Envoys; Legates; Nuncios.

Anchorite, 368.

- See also Hermits.

Annates, 10, 30 note, 60, 219.

Anniversaries, 63, 569.

Annunciation, dedication to. See Teyn-burghe.

Apostasy, of religious, 62, 195, 375.

Apostolic palace, schools of theology of the, master of. See Constantinopoli.

-, auditors of causes of the. See Auditors.

Apostolic see, appeals to:—

English, 54, 71, 380, 433, 502, 508.

Irish, 40, 184, 481, 482.

Scots 294, 360, 369, 464, 465, 492.

-, - See also Statutes (anti-papal).

-, causes at the:—

English, 55, 65, 72, 86, 127, 128, 180, 272, 495, 502, 503, 508.

Irish, 46, 49, 70, 89, 90, 94, 98, 184, 185, 187, 188, 200, 201, 205, 239, 240, 393, 481, 482, 503, 509, 510.

Scots, 63, 170, 185, 241–243, 247 294, 295, 468, 492, 511.

Welsh, 496.

foreign, 382.

-, causes not lawfully devolved to the, 70, 72, 94, 180, 185, 187, 200, 239, 294.

-, resignation of benefices at the. See Reservation.

- See also Court; Roman court.

Appeals to the pope. See Apostolic see.

Appropriated churches, vicars’ portions from. See Vicars.

-, See also Religious houses.

Appropriations by the ordinary, 11, 12, 122, 123, 150, 171, 173, 194–196, 292, 374, 411, 433, 512, 513, 526.

Appropriations, papal:—

to parish churches, chantries, chapels, hospitals etc., 51, 83, 84, 92, 156, 273, 274, 279, 297, 545, 546.

to religious houses, 11, 12, 79, 80, 127, 128, 144, 145, 193, 194, 273, 367, 368, 411, 433, 441, 442, 445, 446, 512.

-, annulment of, 445, 446

- See also Consolidation; Unions.

Arbitration, 55, 121, 122, 272, 409, 442, 569.

Archdeacons, indults for, to visit by deputy and receive procurations, 49, 177, 198, 210, 211, 222, 224, 254, 258, 272, 279, 280, 297, 383, 446, 468, 546.

Auditors of causes of the apostolic palace, and papal chaplains. See Camplo; Capell; Creich; Deys; Fleckel; Galos; Gundisalvos; Maligeneri; Nardi; Opizis; Prato; Preyn; Sydenbergh; Walling.

Auditors of the court of the papal camera . See Camera.

Augustinian abbeys and priories:—

in England. See Ashby, Canons; Barnwell; Blythburgh; Bodmin; Bourn; Bricett, Great; Bridling- ton; Carlisle; Christchurch, Twin-ham; Cirencester; Crabhouse; Dunstable; Frithelstock; Haugh-mond; Healaugh Park; Herring- fleet; Hexham; Ixworth; Kenil-worth; Keynsham; Kirby Bellars; Lacock; Leeds; Leicester; Llan-thony Secunda; London (hospitals, religious houses); Marton; Mer-ton; Michelham; Newark; New-burgh; Newenham; Newstead; Northampton; Norton; Nostel; Osney; Oxford; Plympton; Pough-ley; St. Germans; St. Osyth; Shelford; Southampton; South-wark; Taunton; Tunbridge; Wal-singham; Waltham; Westacre; Wigmore; Wormegay.

in Ireland. See Abbeyderg; Abbey-gormacan; Aghmacart; Armagh; Aughrim; Aughris; Ballintober; Ballybeg; Ballyboggan; Bally-sadare; Bangor; Canon Island; Clare; Cleenish; Clogher; Clon-fert, Clontuskert Omanny; Cloon- tuskert; Cong; Connell, Great; Cross; Crossmolina; Derry; Drum-lane; Dublin; Durrow; Fertagh; Gallen; Inchcleraun; Inchmac- nerin; Inchmore; Inishmurray; Kells; Kilculliheen; Killagh; Killeigh; Kilmacduagh; Kilmore-na-Sina; Louth; Mayo; Mohill; Monaincha; Moville; Muckamore; Mullingar; Naas; Navan; Nenagh; Newtown; Rattoo; Rindown; Saints Island; St. Michael's Mount; Seirkieran; Trim; Tuam.

in Scotland. See Cambuskenneth; Edinburgh; Inchaffray; Inchcolm; Jedburgh; May; Monymusk; Oronsay; St. Andrews; St. Mary's Isle; Scone.

in Wales. See Carmarthen.

foreign. See Bologna; Grenoble; Kreuzlingen; Saint-Antoine; Saint- Pierre-de-l'Ile.

Augustinian:—

friar, a bishop, 287.

friars, belonging to houses not named, 368, 419, 569.

-, infringement by, of the con-stitution Super cathedram, 177.

hospitals. See Brackley; Bridg-water; London (hospitals); York.

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Banker, papal, 15.

Banns of marriage, 378, 395, 520, 527.

- See also Marriage.

Baptism. See Sacraments.

Baratry, statutes against. See Statutes (anti-papal).

Battles:—

Crevant (July 31, 1423), 439.

Fulford (1066), 470.

Shrewsbury (1403), 252.

Bells, 514, 519, 522, 545.

Benedictine houses:—

in England. See Abbotsbury; Abing-don; Amesbury; Bardney; Bris-tol; Burton upon Trent; Bury St. Edmunds; Cannington; Canter-bury; Cerne; Chester; Colchester; Coventry; Crowland; Daventry; Deerhurst; Durham; Ely; Eyn- sham; Faversham; Glastonbury; Gloucester; Hereford; Holme; Malling; Malvern; Mersea; New-castle upon Tyne; Newminster; Norwich; Oxford; Pershore; Polsloe; Ramsey; Reading; Roches-ter; St. Albans; Selby; Shaftes-bury; Shrewsbury; Snelshall; Stainfield; Stoke; Tavistock; Tewkesbury; Tickford; Tyne-mouth; Upholland; Wallingford; Waltham; Westminster; Wilton; Winchcomb; Winchester; Wor-cester; York.

in Ireland. See Athlone; Cork; Fore; Glascarrig.

in Scotland. See Arbroath; Colding-ham; Dunfermlin; Iona; Kelso; Kilwinning; Lindores; Urquhart.

in Wales. See Kidwelly.

foreign. See Bologna; Caen; Eévreux; Fécamp; Goudet en Vellay; Lanz dos; Locmaria; Longues; Lux-euil; Regensburg; Rennes; Rouen; Saint-Claude; St. Denis; Saint- Sulpice; Saint-Vandrille; Soulac; Vienna; Würtzburg.

Benediction, after mass etc. indults for abbots and priors to give, 58, 82, 144, 514.

Benefices, constitution about the publication of acceptance in, 173.

-, declared to be compatible, 282, 525.

-, farm of, 81, 85, 86, 123, 170, 275.

-, -, See also Farm.

-, impetrated from the pope, constitu-tion about, mentioning the de facto possessors of, 573.

-, incompatible, dispensations to hold and exchange, 44, 45, 47, 48, 52, 55, 56, 65, 67, 72, 74–76, 78–80 85, 88–91, 93, 95 98 99, 101, 102, 105, 107, 110, 114, 121, 136, 138–140, 142, 143, 148, 149 151, 152–156, 166, 167, 169, 171, 172, 175, 176, 185, 198, 199, 201–206, 209–212, 219, 220, 222–225, 227, 230, 232, 243, 245–247, 249–252, 254–258, 260, 261, 266, 269, 271, 273, 274, 276–281, 283–286, 295, 297–299, 343–345, 352–354, 356, 358, 360, 361, 363–366, 369, 371, 372, 377–379, 383, 386–394, 396, 400, 403–407, 425, 433, 437, 438, 441–445, 459, 466–474, 478–480, 482, 484–490, 496, 499–502, 504–507, 512, 520, 521, 523, 528, 529, 531, 532, 540–542, 544, 546–548, 559, 560, 563–568, 570, 572, 573.

-, intrusion into and unlawful holding of, 14, 489, 547, et passim.

-, laicization of the revenues of, 545.

-, lapse of the collation of. See Coun-cil.

-, litigation about, 83, 173, 258, 442, 444, 468, 490, 568, 569.

-, - See also Apostolic see; Arbi-tration.

-, reform of, 41.

-, two-fold papal collation of the same 51, 442.

- See Appropriations; Collations; Commendam; Consolidation; Depriva-tion; Exchange; Non-residence; Pro-visions; Reservation; Statutes; Theo-logy; Unions.

Bigamy, 501.

Bishops:—

absentee. See Roman court.

benefices held in commendam etc. by, 66, 68, 117, 118, 120, 132, 160, 169, 170, 177, 256, 279.

coadjutor, 82.

consecration of, by other than the metropolitan, etc., 42, 45, 68, 160, 170, 172, 185, 188, 189, 202, 225, 229, 230, 241, 254, 286, 350, 351, 382, 425, 460, 465–468, 473, 505, 511, 512, 523, 571.

enthronement of, 48.

visitation by, indults to perform by deputy, and receive procurations, 65, 171, 255, 471, 563.

faculties etc. for, 4, 5, 42, 44, 45, 48, 68, 78, 79, 82, 85, 86, 170, 172, 202, 212.

jurisdiction of, suit about, 55.

-, -, over cathedral clergy, 274, 275.

rights of in respect of the blessing etc. of abbots. See Abbots and priors.

sons of, 61, 122, 164, 354, 355, 455.

treason by, 473, 474.

- See also Alienations; Augustinian friar; Cistercian monks; Consistory; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; Oaths; Postulations; Provisions; Reservations; Translations.

Blessing of abbots. See Abbots and priors.

-of church ornaments etc. See Abbots; Consecration.

Bohemia, papal legate against the heretics of. See Beaufort.

- See also Heresy.

Border (Scots) wars. See Wars.

Breakwater, 209.

Brewer, 449.

Bridges, building of. See Indulgences.

Briefs, papal, 24 note, 37.

Bulla , leaden, 247.

- See Seal.

Bulls, papal, renunciation of, 65.

-, - See also Letters.

Burials, dues for, 63.

-, right of, 409, 410, 501, 519, 524.

- See also Cemeteries; Constitutions.

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Camera , papal, 13, 256, 464, 468.

-, -, auditors of the court of the, 16, 34, 568, 569.

-, -, clerks of the, 10, 255, 256.

-, -, debts due to the, 10, 11.

-, -, florins of the. See Florins.

-, -, loans to the, 11.

-, -, procurations to the, 11, 12.

-, -, procurator of the court of the, 10, 17.

-, -, regent of the. See Guida-lottis.

-, - See also Chamberlain; Col-lectors.

Camerarius , papal. See Chamberlain.

Canonical hours, 13.

-, See also Uses.

Canonists, lack of, 406, 407.

Carmelite friars:—

belonging to houses not named, 493, 515.

houses of. See Ludlow; Sandwich.

infringement by, of the constitution Super cathedram, 177.

Carmelites:—

prior-general of the, 182.

Thomas, provincial of the English province of the, 182. See also Walden in Index of PERSONS AND PLACES.

Carthusian houses:—

in England. See Coventry; Kingston upon Hull; London (religious houses).

foreign. See Rome.

foundations of, 11.

Cases, reserved:—

to bishops, 385, 386, 527.

to the pope, 3, 4, 6, 13, 59, 195, 199, 224, 385 note, 386, 449, 557.

Cathedral churches, statutes and customs of. See Statutes.

Cemeteries, licences for parishioners to have, 280, 362, 394, 519, 524.

- See also Burial; Consecration; Reconciliation.

Censure, ecclesiastical. See Deprivation; Rehabilitations; Sequestration; Sus- pension.

Chalices, consecration of, 58, 528.

Chamberlain (Camerarius), papal. See Conzié.

-, locum tenens of. See Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's).

-, -, vice-. See Cardinal priests (St. Cecilia's).

- See also Camera.

Chamberlains, papal, honorary. See Fiton; Fleming.

Chancellor of England. See Longley.

Chancery, papal, examination of letters in the, 129, 238, 282, 283, 458, 474, 475.

-, -, promulgation of constitutions in the, 573.

-, -, regent of the. See Faidit; Meez; Molino.

-, -, rules of the, 173, 287, 307 note, 370 note, 371 note, 444, 573.

-, -, style of the, 238.

-, - See also Roman church

Chantries. See Foundations; Statutes.

Chapels, parochial, 262, 498, 499, 504, 519, 521, 522.

-, private, 199, 384–386, 388, 527, 528.

-, See also Churches; Consecration; Foundations; Indulgences.

Chaplains, papal, 564, 568, 569.

-, -, religious, 1, 20, 516.

-, -, seculars, 4, 104, 189, 234, 354, 386.

-, -, restrictions of the privileges etc. of, 386, 458.

-, -, See also Auditors; Reserva-tion.

-, private, 68.

-, - See also Chapels.

Chastity, vows of, 3, 13.

-, - See also Vows.

Chrism, consecration of, 388, 528.

Christ, dedications to. See Caerleon; Canterbury; Christchurch Twinham; Dublin.

Churches and chapels, consecration of, 528.

Churchings, dues arising from, 63.

Cistercian houses:—

in England. See Beaulieu; Buck-fastleigh; Buckland; Buildwas, Byland; Cleeve; Coggeshall; Combermere; Dunkeswell; Ford; Fountains; Furness; Hailes; Holme Cultram; Jervaulx; Kirk-lees; London; Meaux; Newcastle upon Tyne; Newenham; Oxford; Robertsbridge; Roche; Sawley; Sawtry; Sibton; Tarrant Keyn-ston; Vaudey.

in Ireland. See Abington; Assaroe; Ballymore; Boyle; Corcomroe; Dublin; Dunbrody; Gracedieu; Graiguenamanagh; Granard; Holy-cross; Inishlounaght; Jerpoint; Kilbeggan; Knockmoy; Leix; Macosquin; Mellifont; Monastera- nenagh; Monasterevin; Newry; O'Dorney; Tracton.

in Scotland. See Balmerino; Ber-wick, North; Culross; Deer, Old; Kinloss; Melrose; Newbottle; Saddell.

in Wales. See Llantarnam; Mar-gam; Neath; Valle Crucis.

foreign. See Citeaux.

Cistercian monks, bishops, 279, 408.

-, belonging to a house not named, 263.

Cistercian order, privileges of the, 290.

Citations to the Roman court, 18, 19.

Civil law, indult for a priest to study, 120.

Clergy, forbidden to bring one another before the civil courts, 23, 24.

Clericus redditus , 9 note.

Clerk, parish, 474.

Clerks, married, 216.

-, bigamous, 501.

Cluniac houses:—

in England. See Acre, Castle; Ber-mondsey; Bromholm; Daventry; Lenton; Lewes; Montacute; Northampton; Thetford.

in Scotland. See Crossraguel; Paisley.

foreign. See Aubigny; Charité; Cluny; Troarn.

Coadjutors, for an archdeacon, 443.

-, for a bishop 82.

Coinage. See Ducats; Florins; Grossi; Sterlings; Tournois.

Collations:—

papal faculties to make, 17, 18.

papal mandates to make, of:—

dignities etc., 40, 70, 80, 88–95, 100, 114, 115, 137, 139, 148, 149, 161, 184, 185, 197, 198, 200, 204, 205, 226, 230, 242–244, 295, 296, 356, 403, 404, 423, 511, 512, 559, 560, 568.

canonries and prebends, 50, 51, 92, 93, 95, 100, 101, 114, 115, 139, 159, 160, 188, 189, 293, 295, 357, 382, 383, 442, 443, 481, 482, 518.

benefices with and without cure, 39, 40, 42, 44, 46, 52–54, 72–76 80, 83, 94, 96, 97, 103–113, 117, 119, 141–143, 150, 151, 154, 158–161, 176, 181–183, 185–190, 203, 204, 227–229, 235–241, 244, 246, 255, 263–271, 276, 290, 293, 294, 344, 349–360, 369, 383, 395–403, 405–407, 454, 455, 482–491, 495–497, 503, 508–511, 518, 520, 521, 547, 548, 558, 559, 568, 569, 571, 572.

religious houses etc., 60, 61, 63, 64, 84, 85, 125, 126, 129, 131, 141, 143, 144, 180, 181, 183, 195, 292, 368, 374, 375, 410, 453, 454, 456–458, 492, 513, 514, 516.

benefices in the gift of religious and secular patrons. See Reservations.

-, lapse of. See Council.

- See also Provisions.

Collectors, papal:—

in England, 60.

- See also Medford; Teramo; Opizis (Obizzi).

in Ireland. See Opizis; Raghat; Teramo.

in Scotland. See Haldenston; Opizis.

-, -, faculties for, 1–4.

-, -, oath of fealty by, to the pope, 2.

-, -, procurations to, 11, 12.

Commendam , benefices held in, 178, 200, 251, 493, 515.

-, grants etc. of benefices in, 58, 66–68, 73, 74, 91, 93, 99, 117, 118, 120, 132, 138, 139, 152, 153, 177, 256, 344, 360, 361, 363, 370, 455, 516.

- See also Bishops.

Communicants, number of, 442.

Comorbanships, 42, 43.

Compatible, benefices declared to be, 282, 525.

Conclave at the election of Martin V, 58, 64, 126, 146, 206.

Concubinage, 59, 244, 289, 292, 548.

-, diocesan constitution against, 497.

Confession pence, 63.

Confessions, faculties and indults to hear, 59, 199, 224, 385, 386, 516, 527.

Confessors:—

to absolve from excommunication etc., indult to choose, 544.

to grant plenary remission at the hour of death etc., 299, 302, 303, 307, 308, 310–313, 315, 318–322, 324, 327–330, 333, 334, 339–343, 412–414, 416, 418–420, 428, 429, 431, 434, 446–449, 451, 532, 533, 537, 548, 549, 552, 554, 555, 560, 561.

to hear confessions and grant absolu-tion, indults to choose, 301, 302, 308, 309, 317, 318, 324, 325, 327, 328, 331–333, 338, 339, 342, 415, 416, 418, 420–422, 431, 448–450, 536, 553, 554, 556, 557, 563.

Confirmation, sacrament of, 298.

Confraternities, 498, 524.

Consecration etc. of:—

altars, church ornaments, chalices, churches, monasteries etc., 58, 528.

bishops. See Bishops.

cemeteries, 199, 262, 519, 522, 524.

chapels, 262, 470, 504, 519, 522, 528.

- See also Chapels.

chrism etc., 388, 528.

postulant nuns, 528.

Conservatory letters, for:—

religious, 20, 21.

secular clergy, 20.

Consistory, diocesan, 56.

-, papal, 133, 191, 214, 478, 494.

-, -, advocates of the. See Brown; Teramo.

Consolidation of benefices, 471.

- See also Appropriations; Unions.

Constitutions, diocesan, against concubinage, 497.

-, legatine, of Otto and Ottobon (see Cal. Lett. IV, Index of Subjects, ad verb. Constitutions). 410, 517.

-, papal:—

Super cathedram [Extrav. Commun. III, 6, 2; cf. Clem. III, 7, 2] of Boniface VIII about burials, 177.

Vas electionis, Paulus (Extrav. Com- mun. III, 10; in Wilkins, Concil, II, 578), Benedict XII's constitu-tion about procurations, 210.

exemplification of, 573.

See also Execrabilis; Martin V.

Continence, vows of. See Vows.

Costume, ecclesiastical, 68, 77, 131, 140, 384, 385, 527, 528.

Council, Fourth General Lateran, lapse of the collation of benefices by the statutes of the (Cap. 8; Decretal. III, 8, 2):—

to the pope, 40, 46, 73–75, 95, 96, 104–113, 143, 148, 159, 161, 181, 190, 264–267, 269–271, 276, 350–355, 357, 383, 396–398, 400, 402, 406, 407, 423, 443, 483, 484, 486–488, 490, 491, 503, 559.

to the metropolitan, 293.

to the ordinary, 96.

Councils, General. See Constance; Pavia; Pisa; Rome; Vienne.

Council, Privy, 23, 25, 27, 31.

-, clerk of the, 364.

Court, papal, member of the, 132.

- - See also Apostolic see; Roman court.

Creed. the Apostles', 459 note.

Cross, the name of a prebend in St. John's, Chester, 391.

Cross, Good Friday offerings at the, 63.

Crouched friars house of. See Ardee.

Crucifixion, ymago of the, 377.

Crusade against the Hussites, 32.

-, diversion of, to France, 38, 39.

Cursal prebends in St. Davids, 176, 261, 387, 390, 467.

D

Dead, office of the, 500, 501.

Debts, cause about, 518, 519.

Decretal Super cathedram , about burials. See Constitutions.

Dedications. See All Hallows; All Saints; Christ; Holy Cross; Holy Ghost; Holy Trinity.

- See also below, under Saints.

Defects, physical, dispensations on account of, 261, 270, 375.

- -, faculty to dispense on account of, 13.

- See also Age; Illegitimacy.

Deprivation of benefices, procedure by, 18.

Dice, game of, 195.

Diffinitores of chapter general of Friars Preachers, 514.

Dilapidations, 59, 193, 233, 244, 289, 291, 292, 374, 426, 548.

-, See also Alienations.

Dimissory, letters, in regard to ordination, 526.

Dispensations, See Age; Benefices; Illegiti-macy; Marriage; Orders; Rehabilita-tions; Religious.

Divorce suit, 27–29.

Dominicans. See Friars Preachers.

Ducats, 96, 402, 452, 464.

E

Easter candle, 57.

Elections, canonical, 63, 123, 182, 184, 194–196, 214, 230, 231, 382, 393, 438.

-, -, annulment of, 32–34, 133, 165, 494.

-, -, confirmation of, 45, 70, 81, 170, 171, 178, 179, 191–194.

-, -, freedom of, 60, 530, 531, 565.

-, illicit, 133, 165, 291, 346, 347, 454, 457, 478, 494, 560.

- See also Conclave.

England, Carmelite province of. See Car-melites.

-, chancellor of. See Longley.

-, envoys to. See Bononia.

-, - See also Envoys.

-, foreigners in, 570.

-, Friars Minors’ province of. See Friars Minors.

-, kings of. See Henry V: Henry VI.

-, persons going to and from, 16, 17.

-, treasurer of. See Stafford.

- See also Collectors; Council; Hospitallers; Nuncios; Orators; Parliament.

-and France, papal negotiations for peace between, 5, 7, 9, 11.

English clergy at the Roman court. See Roman court.

English and Irish clergy, fight between, 499, 500.

Envoys, papal:—

to Almain. See Cauallariis; Vassalli.

to England. See Cauallariis; Cesar-inis; Huge; Mercatoris; Vassalli.

to France. See Cauallariis; Floren-cia; Morw; Vassalli.

to Italy. See Vassalli.

to the regent Bedford. See Escor-naix.

to the university of Paris. See Escornaix.

to negotiate peace between England and France. See Albergati.

See also Legates; Nuncios; Orators.

Envoys to the pope:—

from Charles VII of France, 14.

from Henry VI. See Bildeston.

from Scotland, 118.

-, from James I, king of, 18.

-, - See Crannach; Myrtonis.

Erections:—

chapel into a parish church, 174.

parish into collegiate churches, 136, 232, 247, 258, 475.

religious houses into collegiate churches, 156, 522, 523.

See also Foundations.

Esquire, papal, 25.

Exchange of benefices, by authority of the ordinary, 70, 71, 87, 115, 151.

-, faculties to carry out, 16, 208.

-, of reserved benefices, 519, 520.

-, papal licence for, 26 note.

Excommunication. See Rehabilitations.

Execrabilis , voidance and reservation by, 80, 91, 96, 112, 226, 397, 455, 488, 503.

- See also Reservation.

Exemption, from the jurisdiction of the ordinary, of a private chapel, 386, 527.

-, -, of religious. See Religious; Religious houses.

F

Farm of possessions, by religious, 41, 64, 141, 232, 233, 410, 436, 437, 513.

- See also Benefices.

Fasting, 307 note, 440, 496.

Fealty, oaths of. See Oaths.

Feasts. See Holy Trinity; Saints.

Feud, family, 566.

First fruits. See Annates.

Fish, tithes of, 502.

Fisheries, 130.

Fishing boat, 130.

Flanders, 16.

Florins, of Florence, 49, 177, 211, 222, 272, 280, 297, 383, 546.

-, of the papal camera, 11, 68, 134, 193, 222, 256, 290, 481, 502, 508, 511.

Font, 57.

Forgery, 8, 14, 15, 75, 195, 238, 282, 283.

Foundations:—

canonries and prebends, 523.

chantries, 83, 84, 235, 279, 455, 466, 470, 565, 566, 570.

chapels, 83, 198, 199, 252, 262, 441, 455, 466, 470, 504, 521, 524, 545, 546, 565, 566.

colleges and collegiate churches, 52, 232, 283, 298.

hospitals, 221, 222, 469, 524, 545, 546.

parish church, 47.

parochial chapels, 57, 519.

- See also Erections.

France, chancellor of [the English dominions in]. See Luxembourg.

-, constable of. See Stewart.

-, Grand Bouteiller de. See Neuchâtel.

-, king of, papal letters to, 346 note, 408 note.

-, - See also Charles in Index of Persons and Places.

-, regent of. See John, duke of Bedford.

-, reservations of benefices in, 19 note.

-, wars in, 5, 7, 344.

-, - See also Hundred Years’ War.

- See also Crusade; Envoys; Legates; Nuncios; Peace.

Franciscan Order. See Friars Minors; St. Francis.

Frank almoin, donation in, 194, 292.

Friars, infringement of the decretal Super cathedram by, 177.

- See also Carmelites; Crouched friars; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; Peni-tence.

Friars Minors:—

belonging to houses not named, 180, 439 note, 446–448, 453, 569.

bishops, 68, 132, 287.

English province of, minister of. See Russell; Wellis; David.

houses of:—

in England. See Cambridge; London; Southampton.

in Ireland. See Claregalway; Galway.

minister-general of. See Pireto.

Roman province of, minister of. See Tibure.

- See also St. Francis.

Friars Preachers:—

belonging to houses not named, 1, 6, 20, 60, 61, 141, 215, 428, 449, 450, 515.

bishops, 54.

houses of:—

in England. See Kings Langley.

in Ireland. See Athenry; Carl-ingford; Portumna; Roscom-mon.

of England, four visitations (alias Vicariæ, Congregationes vel Na- tiones) of, 514.

chapter-general of at Pavia in 1423, 514.

master-generals of. See Florencia; Texerii.

Fruits of benefices, taking of whilst non-resident. See Non-residence.

Fruits, first. See Annates.

- medii temporis, 10.

G

Game (Dice), 195.

- (Hurling), 453.

Garlie, 63.

Germany, 38.

-, papal legate to. See Beaufort.

-, benefices in, 19 note, 77 note.

- See also Almain.

Gilbertine canons, belonging to houses not named, 16, 329, 331, 332.

Gilbertine houses. See Chicksands Priory; Lincoln.

Gilds, 498, 524.

Grey Friars. See Friars Minors.

Grossi , 305, 307–309, 311, 324.

H

Heresy [in Bohemia etc.], 21–23, 30, 33, 35–39.

Heretics, 17.

-, reconciliation of, 13.

Hermits, 180, 368, 470.

Holy Cross, dedications to. See Attleborough; Bearsted; Edinburgh (St. Giles's); Herzele; Holycross; Mitton; Strat-ford-on-Avon.

Holy Ghost, Santo Spirito, dedication to. See Rome.

Holy Land, conversion in aid of, of the fruits of simoniacally received benefices, 13.

-, vows of pilgrimage to the, 6, 385, 386, 439, 440, 468, 527.

Holy Trinity, dedications to. See Ballintober; Ballyboggan; Berwick-upon-Tweed; Bradwell; Colwich; Coventry; Dublin; Fécamp; Fishlake; London (religious houses and parish churches); Lough Key; Lough Oughter; Pleshy; Tuam; Westbury-on-Trym; York.

-, feast of, 47.

-and St. Thomas the Martyr, dedica-tions to. See Coventry; Rome.

Holy water, 63.

Homicide, 566.

- See also Violence.

Hospitallers, houses of:—

in England. See Buckland Sororum.

in Ireland. See Kilkenny; Kilmain-ham; Newtown-by-Trim; Rindown.

in Wales. See Slebech.

Hospitallers, belonging to a house not named, 311, 317.

-, chapter-general of, 196.

-, master-general of the. See Nailhaco.

-, seal of the order of the, 196.

-, of England, prior of. See Grendon; Hulles.

-sub-conservator of the rights etc. of. See Bekynton.

-, of France, priories of, 196.

Hospitals:—

in England. See Brackley; Burton Lazars; Huntingdon; Kendal; London (hospitals); Maidstone; Newton Garth; Ospringe; Read-ing; Rye; Sandown; Sandwich; Southwark; Stoke; Stratford on Avon; Strood; Wells; York.

in Ireland. See Sligo.

in Scotland. See Ednam; Ruthven.

in Wales. See Swansea.

foreign. See Rome; Roncesvalles.

- See also Augustinian; Indulgences.

Hours, canonical, 13.

-, - See also Uses.

Household, papal, members of the, 5, 10, 15–18, 25, 257, 387, 525.

Hundred Years’ War, 126.

- See also Peace.

Hungary, king of. See Sigismund.

-, papal legate to. See Beaufort.

Hurling, game of, 453.

Hussites, 452.

- See also Heretics.

I

Illegitimacy, papal dispensations on account of, to be ordained priest and to hold and exchange benefices:—

(1) for simple bastards, 4, 6, 7, 13, 40–44, 49–51, 53, 56, 57, 60, 62, 64, 71, 73, 75, 84, 90, 92, 97, 100, 102, 107–109, 111, 116, 117, 119, 124, 126, 128, 129, 131, 136, 137, 141–143, 149, 155, 158–161, 167, 175–177, 179, 181, 182, 200, 202, 209, 220, 221, 225, 241, 247, 248, 252, 253, 258–262, 265, 268, 274, 277, 350, 356, 363–365, 368, 379, 381, 383, 384, 387, 389, 390, 396–400, 405, 407, 438–440, 443, 453, 457–459, 461, 462, 467, 483, 484, 490, 494, 504–506, 509, 513, 523, 531, 540–543, 571.

(2) for adulterine children, 4, 6, 7, 13, 43, 80, 81, 87, 88, 96, 104, 106, 120, 225, 226, 229, 236, 237, 259, 285, 354, 365, 368, 374, 381, 436, 445, 454, 466, 485, 493, 498, 510, 519, 539, 540, 559, 567.

(3) for children of clergy, 4, 6, 7, 13, 39, 40, 43, 44, 49–54, 56, 61, 62, 64, 67, 68, 70–76, 80, 83, 88, 91, 92, 97, 100, 104–106, 110, 112, 114, 118, 120, 122, 125, 128, 134, 141, 142, 148, 150, 158, 161–164, 167, 171, 174, 175, 178, 181, 183–190, 192, 196–198, 202–205, 215, 223, 225, 228, 232, 234–236, 240, 242–246, 248, 250–253, 263–271, 273, 353–355, 358, 359, 362, 363, 367, 372, 376–378, 380–382, 384, 388, 390–392, 398, 400–403, 406, 410, 424, 437, 438, 442, 443, 453–457, 460–462, 469, 470, 477, 480, 483, 485, 487, 488, 491, 493, 497, 498, 508, 509, 513, 514, 518, 520, 523, 541, 544, 546–548, 558, 573.

-, election to an abbey without obtaining papal dispensation on account of, 291.

-, an impediment to being received as a canon, 381.

-, dispensation by the ordinary on account of, to be tonsured, 97.

-, faculty to dispense on account of, 386.

Incompatible benefices. See Benefices.

Indulgence, plenary, for crusaders, 32.

-, - See Confessors.

Indulgence for alms etc. to:—

bridges and roads, 115, 116, 152, 470, 522, 524.

cathedral churches, 225, 466, 503 note, 529.

chapels, 252, 444, 470, 504, 524, 567.

hospitals, 178, 251.

parish churches etc., 84, 87, 119, 172, 179, 250, 361, 362, 377, 394, 475, 522.

religious houses and their churches, 152, 153, 155, 172, 225, 254, 255, 261, 275, 276, 362, 505, 506, 565, 570.

- See also Jubilee.

Insignia , episcopal, indults for abbots and priors to wear, 58, 78.

-, parochial, 57, 280.

- See also Notaries.

Interdict, mass in places under. See Mass.

- See also Rehabilitations

Intimidation, 42, 122, 137, 203, 358, 397, 481–484, 490, 491, 516.

- See also Violence.

Instrusion into benefices. See Benefices.

Ireland, English bishop in, 279.

-, lack of preachers in, 514.

-, lord lieutenant of. See Bottiller.

-, possessions of Furness abbey in, 127.

-, Third Order of St. Francis in, called the Order of Penitence, 427, 452, 453.

-, wars etc. in, 97, 128, 180, 181, 212, 261, 276, 279, 423, 475, 479.

- See also Collectors; Statutes.

Irish bishop, a suffragan, in England, 8.

-clergy at the Roman court. See Roman court.

-language, 8.

-and English clergy, fight between, 499, 500.

Irregularity. See Rehabilitations.

Italy. See Envoys.

J

Jubilee at Canterbury in 1420, 12.

Judges, papal. See Auditors

Jurisdiction, ecclesiastical, 9.

K

Kitchen, royal, clerk of the. See Allerton.

Knife, violence with a, 500.

L

Lapse of the collation of benefices. See Council.

Lawyers, lack of. 406, 407.

Lazar hospital. See Burton Lazars.

Legates, papal:—

to Charles VI, king of France. See Cardinal bishops (Albano); Cardi-nal priests (St. Mark's).

to Henry V. See Cardinal bishops (Albano); Cardinal priests (St. Mark's).

to Bohemia. See Beaufort.

to England, temp. Henry III. See Guala; Norwich (Pandulph bishop of).

to Germany. See Beaufort.

to Hungary. See Beaufort.

to negotiate peace between England and France. See Cardinal bishops (Porto).

-, -, procurations to, 12.

-, - See also Envoys; Nuncios; Orators.

Letters, papal, abbreviators of, examination by, of alleged forged papal letters, 238.

-, -, -, See also Capranica; Florencia; Gucii; Howgan alias de Cork.

-, -, conservatory, 129.

-, -, dimissory, in regard to ordi-nation, 526.

-, -, correctors of, 486.

-, -, - See also Registers.

-, -, errors and omissions in, 143, 172, 273, 274, 286, 444, 489, 529, 547, 558, 559.

-, -, exemplification of, 564, 565.

-, -, expedition of, 287, 347, 444, 486.

- -, forgery of, 14, 15, 75, 195, 238, 282, 283.

-, -, invalid when addressed to an executor below the rank of a canon etc., 485.

-, -, writers of. See Capranica; Florencia; Gucii; Pinchon; Sulbarn; Ugolinis.

-, - See also Briefs; Bulls; Litterœ; Penitentiary; Registers.

Litigation. See Apostolic see; Benefices; Tithes.

Litteræ confessionales . See Confessions; Confessors.

- See Letters.

M

Manse, of a vicarage, 572.

Manumission of serfs, 79.

Marches, Scottish, warden of. See Douglas.

Marriage, dispensations to contract, notwith-standing impediments of:—

Affinity, 6, 53, 170, 178, 208, 220, 221, 226, 254, 256, 259, 261, 278, 299, 366, 379, 389, 426, 432, 472, 504, 505, 519, 528, 529, 546, 563, 564, 570.

kindred, 6, 174, 176, 197, 208, 221, 251, 254, 256, 259, 260, 278, 298, 299, 426, 432, 472, 504, 505, 519, 527, 564, 567, 570.

Quasi-affinity, 365.

Spiritual relationship, arising from baptism, 227, 230.

-, arising from confirmation, 298, 387.

Marriage, dispensations to remain in or re-contract, notwithstanding impedi-ments of:—

Affinity, 6, 41, 87, 117, 118, 151, 154, 211, 363, 394, 521, 524, 527.

kindred, 6, 124, 197, 211, 379, 520, 527, 567.

spiritual relationship, arising from baptism, 56, 87, 208, 209, 219, 220, 227, 365, 366, 378, 392, 395, 472.

-, arising from confirmation, 479, 520.

-dispensations, faculties to grant, 81, 379, 504.

-, clandestine contract of, 567.

-, - See also Banns.

-dues, 63.

-, indult on account of, to be ordained priest, 410.

-, -, to act as a notary public. 501.

-, solemnization of, 472.

-, -, clandestine, 41.

- See also Clerks; Divorce.

Mass, before daybreak, indults to celebrate or cause to be celebrated, 301–304, 309, 315, 324, 326, 334, 417–419, 422, 430, 431, 448, 450, 451, 535, 552, 553, 555, 556, 563.

-, for the dead, 500, 519.

-, in places under interdict, indults to celebrate or cause to be celebrated, 324, 338, 418, 427, 431, 535 note, 537, 557.

- See Rehabilitations.

Mass-pennies, 63.

Matins, hour of singing, 277.

Matrimonii impedimenta . See Marriage.

Medicine, master of, 334.

Metropolitans, rights of. See Canterbury; Dublin.

-, - See also Bishops, consecra-tion of.

Miracles, 255.

Monasteries, consecration of, 528.

- See also Religious houses.

Money, exchange value of, 193.

- See also Coinage.

N

Natalium defectus, dispensationes desuper. See Illegitimacy.

Non-residence, indults of, whilst studying at an university, or serving spiritual or temporal lords, or residing in the Roman court, or in any benefice, etc., 145–147, 206–208, 216–218, 222, 231, 248, 249, 288, 345, 369, 388, 434–436, 443, 462–464, 497, 537, 538, 545. See also Residence.

Notaries public, grants of and faculties to grant the office of, 2, 3, 6, 13, 205, 206, 215, 216, 249, 272, 347–349, 389, 390, 411, 412, 427, 524, 529, 530, 542, 543.

-, indult to act as, after bigamous mar-riage, 501.

-, insignia of the office of, 2.

-, oath of fealty by, to the pope, 2, 3, 6, 13.

Novitiate, of religious, 77, 78.

Nuncios, papal:—

to England. See Balardi; Bosco; Fleming; Modigliana; Myrton; Spofford; Ugolinis.

to France. See Ugolinis.

to Scotland. See Albania; Myrton; Yonge.

to divers parts. See Croyser; Forster.

to negotiotate peace between England and France. See Cardinal bishops (Albano); Cardinal priests (St. Mark's); Cardinal deacons (S. Maria Nuova).

faculties for, 6, 7, 12, 13.

procurations to, 12.

-, - See also Envoys; Legates; Orators.

Nuncios and collectors, papal. See Collectors.

O

Oaths, of fealty, of vassal to suzerain, 440.

-, -, to the pope from:—

abbots, 128, 134, 171, 178, 182, 193, 215, 234, 259, 275, 285, 287, 347, 426, 472, 477, 493, 570.

bishops, 42, 45, 57, 81, 85, 152, 158, 161, 170, 172, 191, 202, 217, 225, 248, 254, 257, 286, 287, 460, 465–468, 473, 477, 505, 571.

collectors, 2.

notaries, 2, 3, 6, 13, 272, 349, 390, 411, 427, 524.

-, of residence, 86, 230, 231.

-, relaxation of, 42, 65, 85, 86, 120, 137, 230, 231, 440, 465, 480, 525, 528, 569.

- See also Perjury.

Office of the dead, 500, 501.

Office, divine, hour of, 277.

-, -, manner of celebrating, 283, 284.

-, - See also Mass; Uses.

Oil, holy, consecration of, 388, 528.

Oratories, consecration of, 528.

Orators, to and from the pope. See Envoys; Legates; Nuncios.

Orders, priest's etc., dispensations for holders of sacerdotal benefices not to receive whilst at an university etc., 46, 53, 54, 221–223, 257, 362, 380, 392, 394, 438, 460–462, 479, 525, 526.

-, -, faculties to confer, 78, 372, 388, 528.

-, -, faculties etc. to receive extra tempora and from any bishop, 79, 473, 526.

-, -, impediments to the receiving of:—

ex defectu ætatis. See Age.

ex defectu natalium. See Illegitimacy.

-, -, indult not to be promoted to on account of diaconal prebend, 526.

-, -, illicitly received, dispensation to minister in, 78.

-, - See also Marriage.

Orders, religious, not approved by the apostolic see, 528.

-, - See also Religious.

Ornaments, ecclesiastical, 128.

- -, consecration and blessing of, 125, 144, 528.

- See also Altars.

P

Palace, apostolic. See Apostolic palace.

Pallium , 57.

Paramenta , benedicendi facultas. See Orna-ments.

Pardoners. See Questuarii.

Parish churches, difficulty of access to on account of distance etc., 280, 394, 504, 519, 521, 522, 524.

-, repair of, 379.

- See also Foundations; Indulgences; Insignia.

Parish clerk, 474.

Parlement de Paris , 33 note.

Parliament:—

of England, 25, 36, 37.

of Scotland, 18.

- See also Scotland.

Patronage, belonging to lay persons, papal mandates to collate benefices in, 40, 46, 47, 51, 53, 73–76, 523.

-, belonging to religious and secular clergy, papal mandates to collate bene-fices in. See Provisions; Reservations.

-, grant of, by a layman to a religious house, 292.

-, suit about, 520.

Patrons, holders of sacerdotal benefices exempt from taking orders whilst in the service of, 380.

Peace between England and France, papal negotiations for, 5, 7, 9, 11.

Penitence, Order of, in Ireland, 427, 452, 453.

- See also St. Francis.

Penitentiary (Penitentiarius), papal major. See Cardinal bishops (Albano).

-, -minor. See Mersch.

- (Penitentiaria), letters of, forgery of, 14, 15, 75.

-, -, -, writers of. See Forster; Spineto.

-, -, regent of the, 247.

Perjury, absolution from, 146, 151, 195, 231, 260, 381, 517.

-, deprivation for, 76, 548.

Permutatio benefieiorum . See Exchange.

Pestilences, 522, 525.

-, lack of clergy on account of, 458.

Peter's pence, 11.

Petitions, roll of, 257.

Pilgrimage, commutation of vows of. See Vows.

- See Holy Land; Jerusalem; Rome; Santiago.

Pilgrims, 260, 473.

Plague. See Pestilences.

Plebania , 96.

Plenary remission. See Confessors.

Popes. See Adrian IV; Boniface VIII; Boniface IX; Clement III; Clement V; Clement VI; Clement VIII; Eugenius IV; Honorius III; Innocent II; Innocent IV; Innocent VI; Innocent VII; John XXII; John XXIII; Martin V; Urban V; Urban VI.

Portable altars. See Altars.

Possessorio , cause in, 29 note.

Postulants, 528.

- See also Novitiate.

Postulations, to sees, 121, 191, 408.

-, to religious houses, 128, 290.

Præmunire , statute of. See Statutes.

Preaching, 25, 497, 514.

-, illicit. 22.

Premonstratensian houses:—

in England. See Alnwick; Blanchland; Dereham; Durford, Easby; Lavendon; Shap; Sulby; Torr.

in Ireland. See Annadown; Lough Key; Lough Oughter; Tuam; Woodburn.

in Scotland. See Dryburgh; Holy-wood; Whiteherne.

Prison, bishop's, 17.

Processions, 500.

Procurations, 10–12, 48, 273.

-, for episcopal visitations, 170, 180, 181.

- See also Archdeacons; Bishops; Nuncios.

Proverb, 27.

Provisions:—

(1) by the ordinary, 16, 160, 173, 185, 186, 211–213, 250.

-, of religious houses, 61, 180, 241, 291.

(2) papal:—

of sees, in England, 18, 32, 42, 116, 132–134, 153, 157, 158, 161, 192, 201, 213, 214, 225, 476, 494, 523.

-, in Ireland, 45, 46, 49, 50, 68, 70, 89, 90, 92, 98, 132–135, 144, 157, 160, 161, 170, 188–193, 201, 202, 229, 230, 286, 287, 346, 351, 405, 426, 440, 460, 473, 477, 493, 505, 511.

-, in Scotland, 18, 103, 118, 185, 241, 254, 287, 288, 425, 465, 466, 478.

-, in Wales, 46, 66, 117, 120, 169, 177, 256, 363.

-, foreign, 382, 387, 493.

- See also Translations.

of dignities, etc., 16, 26 note, 67, 73, 74, 92, 97–99, 107, 109–111, 124, 136, 138, 160, 163–166, 185, 188, 199, 201, 202, 229, 230, 243, 244, 247, 258, 262, 296, 297, 344, 353, 356, 361, 404, 406, 425, 443, 444, 511, 525, 540, 541.

of canonries and prebends, 45, 67, 71, 73, 74, 92, 99, 106, 109, 121, 140, 142, 157, 164–166, 169, 185, 189, 200, 201, 205, 213, 239, 242, 258, 264, 276, 285, 286, 295, 296, 355, 356, 361, 382, 387, 441, 468, 484, 487, 489, 525.

of canonries with expectation or reservation of prebends and dignities, etc., 44, 101–104, 115, 136, 149, 155, 160, 162, 163, 166, 168, 173, 175, 185, 189, 202, 225, 243, 246, 247, 251, 256, 268, 269, 294, 297, 356, 371, 372, 376–378, 400, 404, 405, 436, 437, 441, 443, 482, 540–542, 547, 548, 560.

of benefices with cure (parish churches etc.), 19, 47, 49, 51, 52, 54, 68, 74, 75, 91, 92, 95, 113, 118, 136–140, 149, 158, 159, 162, 166, 168, 185, 187–189, 202, 211, 212, 229, 247, 261, 268, 269, 273, 345, 351, 393, 396, 438, 441, 479, 480, 509, 511, 541, 542, 544, 547, 558, 559.

of benefices without cure, 241, 242, 258, 425.

-in the gift of episcopal and cathedral (regular and secular) and collegiate patrons, 67, 74, 93–95, 99, 101, 104, 105, 115, 138, 140, 162, 166, 173, 175, 202, 236, 239, 251, 269, 292, 296, 344, 345, 354, 358, 361, 436, 460, 510, 518.

-in the gift of religious patrons, 83, 87, 102, 162, 166, 175, 256, 257, 294, 437, 466, 467.

of religious houses in England, 171, 494, 570.

-in Ireland, 59, 62, 125, 126, 128, 133, 134, 157, 158, 182, 192, 193, 215, 233, 234, 270, 275, 285–287, 426, 477, 493, 494.

-in Scotland, 69, 141, 194, 259, 287, 290, 291, 346, 347, 472.

-, foreign, 33, 34, 132, 346, 375.

decree about the expedition of letters of, 287.

statutes against. See Statutes.

-, faculty to make by papal authority, 17, 18.

- See also Collations; Patronage; Reservations.

Provisors, statute of. See Statutes.

Q

Questuarii , indulgences forbidden to be sent by, 116, 152, 522.

R

Reconciliation, of churches and cemeteries, 44, 58, 393.

-, See also Heretics; Schismatics.

Referendaries, papal, 132.

-, - See also Escornaix; Ixworth; Morw; Spalding.

Registers, papal, of Alexander V, 10, 22.

- -, of John XXII, 66.

-, -, corrections in, 6, 7, 86 note, 91 note, 92, 137, 140, 160, 175, 194, 203, 204, 213, 219, 226, 259, 262, 281, 334, 342, 345 note, 362, 365, 374 note, 384 note, 385 note, 386 note, 388 note, 390, 391 note, 392, 396, 398 note, 404 note, 408, 413–415, 426, 434, 436 note, 439 note, 461, 467, 471 (bis), 477, 478, 486, 494 note, 497, 504, 509 note, 513 note, 515 note, 526, 537, 546 note, 556, 559, 565 note, 568, 570, 573 note.

-, -, correctors of letters in. See Martin V.

-, -, errors in, 446, 473.

-, -, rubricators of. See Erfordia; Henricus; Hugo; Petrus; Ricoldus; Stephanus.

Regulares . See Religious.

Rehabilitations on account of irregularity contracted by celebrating mass etc. when under sentences of excommunica-tion, suspension, interdict, etc. (in-curred by holding sacerdotal benefices below the canonical age or without being ordained priest, or by holding in-compatible benefices, or by simony etc.), 19, 39, 40, 42–45, 47, 49, 52, 59, 61, 66, 67, 80, 83, 96, 105, 108, 114, 118, 119, 121, 122, 137, 151, 154, 160, 164, 173, 175–178, 182, 188, 195, 197, 204, 210, 226, 227, 229, 231, 250, 252, 253, 260, 273, 275, 276, 286, 359, 360, 366, 373–375, 381–383, 391, 393, 423, 442, 449, 453, 469, 479, 480, 497, 498, 500, 520, 544, 566, 571, 573.

Relics, 233, 570.

- See also Templenascreen.

Religious, apostasy of, 62, 195, 375.

-, dispensations for, 373.

-, -, to hold and exchange benefices with cure etc., 69, 127, 181, 196, 200, 289–291, 410, 452, 515, 516.

-, freedom of election for, 60, 289.

-, grant of a benefice in commendam to, 516.

-, incontinence of, 289, 373.

- - See also Illegitimacy.

-, indult for, not to be removed from office without special papal licence, 368.

-, -, to study, 369.

-, migration of, from house to house, 126, 181, 367, 370, 516, 523.

-, -, from Order to Order, 60, 61, 367.

-, personal exemption of, 127, 170, 290.

-, relaxed discipline of, 522.

Religious houses, admission of novices into, 84.

-, alienation of the possessions of, 289, 291, 292.

-, - See also Dilapidations; Vicars.

-, appropriated churches of, 67, 82, 261, 262, 344, 374, 454, 474, 513, 564.

-, appropriation to, 411.

-, - See also Appropriations.

-, consecration of, 528.

-, destruction of by fire, 516.

-, exchange of possessions by, 127.

-, exempt from the jurisdiction of the ordinary, and subject to the pope, 33, 34, 42, 60, 62, 133, 170, 195, 285, 494 note.

-, impoverishment of, 58, 193, 233, 512, 513.

-, - See also Dilapidations.

-, indults for lay persons to visit, 220, 440.

-, papal and other privileges to, 492, 513.

-, reform of, 62, 289.

-, statutes of, 49, 127.

-, suppression of, 522, 523.

-, visitation of, 289.

Religious, Religious Houses and Religious Orders. See Abbots; Abstinence; Appropriations; Augustinian; Bene-dictine; Carmelite friars; Carthusian; Cistercian; Cluniac; Farm; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; Gilbertine; Hospitallers; Indulgences; Monas-teries; Novitiate; Order; Patronage; Penitence; Postulations; Premonstra-tensian; Provisions; Reservation and Reservation; Roman court; St. Fran-cis; St. Lazarus; St. Victor; Trinitarian; Virgins; Widows.

Requests, 63.

Reservation ipso facto of benefices void:—

(1) by death at, or within two days’ journey of the Roman Court, 100, 105, 107, 132, 158, 211, 241, 268, 270, 297, 354, 355, 358, 359, 399–401, 403, 404, 443, 444, 482, 489.

(2) by resignation to the pope or at the apostolic see, 8, 83, 84, 103, 105, 118, 134, 135, 139, 158, 160, 400, 407, 408, 465, 573.

(3) by death of members of the papal court (cardinals, papal chaplains, collectors, writers of papal letters, etc.), 93, 104, 242, 286, 354, 401, 403, 404.

(4) by resignation of members of the papal court (papal chaplains etc.), 189, 295, 296.

(5) by deprivation ipso facto under the constitution Execrabilis, 49, 88, 165, 351–353, 357, 455.

(6) by promotion to the episcopate etc. or obtaining another benefice by papal authority, 18, 50, 89, 90, 92, 103, 144, 157, 158, 160, 161, 189, 192, 201, 213, 350, 375, 382, 407, 408, 425, 460, 523.

Reservation, general:—

of cathedral major dignities, 63, 149, 164, 165, 202, 243, 404, 520, 560.

-, faculty to exchange notwith-standing, 519, 520, 531.

of conventual priories, 59, 61, 64, 125, 181, 183, 367, 373, 375, 410, 454, 456, 457, 513, 531.

of benefices reserved and left void by the pope's predecessors, 93, 183, 189.

Reservations, special:—

of bishoprics, 49, 81, 133, 134, 161, 190–193, 248, 287, 345, 346, 405, 408, 426, 476–478, 493, 494.

of dignities, 247, 262.

of benefices in the gift of episcopal and cathedral (secular and regular) and collegiate patrons, 19, 161, 162, 167, 168, 244, 245, 370–372, 376–378, 404, 405, 423, 424, 436, 437, 460–462, 516, 539, 540, 560.

of benefices in the gift of religious patrons, 19, 66, 69, 167, 370, 371, 373, 405, 423, 424, 441, 460.

of benefices with cure, 118, 211, 268, 345, 425.

of benefices without cure, 241.

of religious houses, 60, 191, 192, 214, 291, 346, 347, 408, 493, 494.

Reservations, faculties to make, 468.

-, -, notwithstanding general papal reservations, 523.

- See also Provisions.

Residence of clergy, 86, 475, 497, 517.

-, indults of exemption from. See Non-residence.

Resignation of benefices. See Reservation.

Riot, 195.

Rivers. See Kennet; Ouse; Tweed; Wreak.

Road, repair of. See Indulgences.

Rolls, keeper of the, 224.

Roman church, subdeacon of the, 129.

-, vice-chancellor of, 398 note.

-, - See also Cardinal bishops (Ostia); Cardinal priests (St. Clement's); Moses.

- See also Chancery.

Roman court, citations to the, 18, 19.

-, English and other bishops at the, 70, 77, 78, 117, 134, 144, 153, 157, 171, 192, 213, 255, 261, 351, 374, 391, 442, 499, 511, 512, 571.

-, - See also Assalbitus; Catrik.

-, English clergy at the, 10, 17, 62, 77, 78, 84, 160, 209, 278, 401, 403.

-, - See also Envoys; Nuncios; Reservation.

-, illicit resort of religious to the, 62, 458.

-, Irish clergy at the, 75, 76, 90, 105, 107, 135, 230, 241, 286, 351, 489, 568.

-, litigation at the. See Apostolic see.

-, papal minor penitentiary in the. See Mersch.

-, residence of clergy at the. See Non-residence.

-, royal agent at the. See Catrik.

-, Scots clergy at the, 104, 242, 243, 268, 290–292, 296, 297, 358, 361, 399, 400, 404, 408, 443, 444, 464, 465.

-, Welsh clergy at the, 270.

- See also Apostolic see; Court.

Roman Use, 13.

Romans, king of the. See Sigismund.

S

Sacraments and sacramentals, administration of, 367, 442, 498, 499, 522.

- See also Confirmation; Marriage; Mass; Orders.

Sacrilege, 475.

Safe-conducts, 5–12, 14–18, 29 note.

-, declaration of the Council of Con-stance about, 21.

St. Adalbert, dedication to. See Prague.

St. Andrew, dedications to. See Ashburton; Aveton Gifford; Dacre; Dublin; Hal-berton; Northampton; Oakington; Tarring, West; Walberswick.

St. Anne, dedication to. See Coventry.

St. Anthony, commemoration of, 373.

-, dedication to. See London.

- See also Saint-Antoine in I.P.P.

S. Audoenus. See St. Ewin; St. Ouen.

St. Augustine, dedications to. See Bristol; Canterbury.

-, feast and body of, 233.

-, rule of, 525.

St. Bartholomew, dedications to. See Crew-kerne; Kneesal; London (hospitals, religious houses); Newcastle upon Tyne; Rye; Sandwich.

St. Basil, dedication to. See Bassaleg.

St. Bee, St. Baya, dedication to. See Dunbar.

St. Benet (Benedict), dedications to. See Holme; London (parish churches).

St. Botolph, dedications to. See London (parish churches); Quarrington.

St. Breacan, S. Brocanus, dedication to. See Rasharkin.

St. Bride, S. Brigida, dedication to. See Llansaintffraid yn Mechan.

- See also St. Bridget.

St. Bridget, dedication to, 244.

- See also Dublin.

S. Brocanus. See St. Breacan.

St. Cailan, S. Coelanus, dedication to. See Mahee Island.

St. Catherine, dedications to. See Aughrim; Lincoln; London (religious houses).

St. Chad, dedication to. See Shrewsbury.

St. Ciriac, dedication to. See Worms.

St. Citha. See St. Osyth.

St. Clement, dedications to. See London (parish churches); York.

St. Coelanus. See St. Cailan.

St. Colman, dedicationsto. See Aughrim; Lincoln; London (religious houses).

St. Chad, dedication to. See Shrewsbury.

St. Ciriac, dedication to. See Worms.

St. Citha. See St. Osyth.

St. Clement, dedications to. See London (parish churches); York.

St. Coelanus. See St. Cailan.

St. Colman, dedicationsto. See Derrykeighan; Lynally.

St. Columba, dedications to. See Derry; Glassary; Iona; Kilkeel; Oransay; Skreen.

St. Coman, dedication to. See Roscommon.

St. Comganus, dedication to. See Kilhoan.

St. Congal, dedications to. See Bangor; Galloon.

St. Cuthbert, dedications to. See Bilbrough; Edinburgh.

St. David, dedications to. See Ardnurcher; Swansea.

St. Denis, dedications to. See Ashby, Cold; Colchester.

SS. Denis and George, dedication to. See Manchester.

St. Ebbe, dedication to. See Oxford.

St. Edmund, dedication to. See Salisbury.

St. Etheldreda, dedication to. See Hatfield.

St. Edward the Confessor. See St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Thomas the Martyr and Edward the Confessor.

S. Eugendus (St. Oyan, St. Oyand). See Joux.

S. Eugenius, dedication to. See Ardstraw.

-, - See also St. Ouen.

Sainte-Eulalie, dedication to. See Bordeaux.

St. Ewin, S. Audoenus, dedication to. See London (parish churches).

St. Feighin. See SS. Taurin and Feighin.

St. Felimy, dedication to. See Kilmore.

St. Finbar, dedication to. See Cork.

St. Francis, Third Order of, 427, 452, 453, 562.

St. Frideswide, dedication to. See Oxford.

St. Garmon, dedication to. See Castle Caereinion.

St. George, dedications to. See Exeter; Kenwyn; Ogbourne; Rennes.

-, See SS. Denis and George.

S. Germanus, dedications to. See Selby; Wiggenhall.

St. Gilbert of Sempringham, order of. See Gilbertine.

St. Giles, dedications to. See Blaston; Edin-burgh.

St. Gommaire, S. Gummarus, dedication to. See Lierre.

St. Gunlin, dedication to. See Newport.

St. Guthlac, dedications to. See Hereford; Market Deeping.

St. James, dedication to, 521.

- - See also Bury St. Edmunds; Hanslope; London (religious houses); Lynn; Northampton; Pulham; Regens-burg: Roxburgh; Santiago; Somerton; Sutton; Wigmore; Würtzburg.

-, - See also SS. John and James.

-, feast of, 119.

-, vows of pilgrimage to the shrine of. See Santiago in I.P.P.

SS. James and John, dedications to. See Aynhoe; Brackley.

-, - See also SS. John and James.

St. Jarlath, St. Hyarlatheus, St. Hyerlatheus-dedication to. See Templenascreen.

St. John, dedications to. See Ardee; Bever, ley; Chester; Stanton.

St. John Baptist, dedications to. See Anna-down; Bridgwater; Colchester: Dure-ford; Huntingdon; Kells; Kilkenny; Lavenden; Naas; Nenagh: Newtown by Trim; Rindown; Shaftesbury; Stoke; Wells; Witheridge.

- See also St. Mary the Virgin and St. John Baptist.

St. John the Evangelist, dedications to. See Ardinis; Carmarthen; Crabhouse; Healaugh Park; Norwich.

SS. John and James, dedication to. See London (parish churches).

-, - See also SS. James and John.

St. Kentigern, dedication to. See Crosthwaite.

St. Kienan, dedication to. See Duleek.

St. Lachtain, S. Lactanus. dedication to. See Aghoure.

St. Laisren, S. Lasirianus, S. Lassrianus, dedications to. See Devenish; Inish- murray.

St. Laurence, dedications to. See Bradfield; Kirkby Misperton; Kirkland; London (parish churches).

-, - See also SS. Ninian and Laurence.

St. Lazarus, order of, 182.

St. Leonard, dedications to. See Beaumont; Brioett, Great; Stoke; York.

St. Lonan, dedication to. See Killulagh.

St. Margaret, dedications to. See London (parish churches); Lynn; Poughley.

St. Martin, dedications to. See Conques; Munster; Oxford; Tours; York.

St. Mary, dedications to. See Abbeyderg; Abbeygormacan; Alnwick; Annadown; Ardnaree; Ashby Magna; Astbury; Aughrim; Aughris; Ballymore; Ballyrashane; Ballysadare; Balmer-ino; Bath; Bekeland; Benedictio Dei; Binbrook Boyle; Byland; Canon Island; Calais; Chester-le- Street; Cirencester; Clogher; Clonfert; Cloontuskert; Coggeshall; Cong; Cor-comohide: Corcomroe; Crawley; Cul-ross; Devenish; Drumlane; Dublin; Dunbrody; Dunoon; Durrow; Ettrick Forest; Fountains; Gallen; Glaston-bury; Goldesborough; Granard; Harrow-on-the-Hill; Higham Inch- cleraun; Inchmacnerin; Inchmore; Jedburgh; Jervaulx; Kells; Kil-beggan; Kildalkey; Killeigh: Kil-macduagh; Kilmore-na-Sina; Knock-moy; Leicester; Leix; Lincluden; Lindores; London; Loughans; Ludlow; Margam; Martham; Mohill; Monain-cha; Monasteranenagh; Monasterevin; Muckamore; Neath; Newry; Norton; O'Dorney; Osney: Ottery; Oxford; Pulham, Rattoo; Roche: Roscommon; Saddell; Saints Island; Sandwich; Sawley; Soulac; Southwark; South-well; Stone; Strood; Sulby; Tewkes-bury; Thetford; Valle Crucis; Vaudey; Vienna; Walsingham; Weston Colville; Winchester; Wingham; Woodburn.

St. Mary and All Saints, dedication to. See Westacre.

SS. Mary and Nicholas, dedication to. See Leeds.

St. Mary the Mother of God, dedication to. See Newstead.

St. Mary the Virgin, dedications to, 138.

-, - See also Adber; Assaroe; Bury St. Edmunds; Carlisle; Duleek; Dungiven; Durford; Gowran; Hamp-ton; Kells; Kilculliheen; Killagh; London (religious houses and hospitals; Manchester; Melrose; Sibton; South-wick; Tavistock; Trim; York.

-, Annunciation of, dedication to. See Teynburghe.

-, miracles by the merits of, 255.

St. Mary the Virgin and St. John Baptist, dedication to. See Sligo.

St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Thomas the Martyr and Edward the Confessor, dedication to. See Higham Ferrers.

St. Mary the Virgin de Graciis , picture of, 86.

St. Mary Magdalen, dedications to. See Battlefield; Grenoble; Mitford; New-ton Garth; Reading; Southwell; Stockbury; Wiggenhall.

-, - See also St. Mary Magdalen in the Index of Persons and Places.

St. Michael, dedications to. See ·Beverley; Cadbury; Coventry; Dublin; Grafton; Kingston-upon-Hull; London (parish churches): Malling; Mayo; Melksham; Mitton; Tunstall; York.

St. Michael and All Saints, dedication to. See Kingsteignton.

St. Mildred. dedication to. See London (parish churches).

St. Mochaei, dedication to. See Mahee Island.

St. Modanus, dedication to. See Kilmodan.

St. Molaise, dedication to. See Inishmurray.

St. Molrwa (Molroy), dedication to. See Kilmolroy.

St. Mowus dedication to. See Donagh-cloney.

St. Murianus, dedication to. See Banagher.

St. Nicholas, dedications to. See Aberdeen; Buckenham; Calais; Carrick; Dover; Dundalk; Galway; London (parish churches); Lynn; Skreen.

- See also SS. Mary and Nicholas.

SS. Ninian and Laurence, dedication to. See Aberdeen.

St. Olave, dedication to. See Herringfleet.

St. Osyth, St. Citha, dedication to. See Lon-don (parish churches).

St. Ouen, S. Audoenus, dedication to. See Rouen.

-, S. Eugenius, dedication to. See Raasay.

St. Paneras, dedication to. See Lewes.

St. Patrick, dedications to, 129.

- - See also Annandale: Ballin-temple; Carhach; Coleraine; Donagh-more; Druim; Dublin; Narraghmore: Newry; Templepatrick; Trim; Wick-low.

St. Patroclus, dedication to. See Soest.

St. Paul, dedications to. See Exeter; Lon-don; Münster.

St. Peter, dedications to. See Abbeyderg; Athlone; Beverley; Drogheda; Exeter; Howden; Newtown by Trim; West-minster; Winchester; York.

SS Peter and Paul, dedications to. See Ayles-ford; Clare; Cleenish; Gloucester; Rattoo; Ringwood; Rome; Wisbech.

-, vows of Pilgrimage to the shrines of. See Rome in the Index of Persons and Places.

St. Proculus, dedication to. See Bologna.

St. Robert, dedication to. See Knaresborough.

St. Rumon, dedication to. See Tavistock.

S. Salvator (Saint-Sauveur), dedication to. See Harlebeke.

St. Sampson dedication to. See Cricklade.

Saint-Sauveur, dedication to. See Harlebeke.

St. Saviour, dedications to. See Bermondsey; Graiguenamanagh; London (religious houses).

St. Senan, dedication to. See Scattery Island.

St. Sepulchre, dedication to. See London.

St. Seurin, S. Severinus, dedication to. See Bordeaux.

St. Stephen, dedications to. See Bologna; Bristol; Caen; Vienna.

St. Swithun, dedication to. See Worcester.

St. Taurin, dedication to. See Évreux.

SS. Taurin and Feighin, dedication to. See Fore.

St. Thomas the Apostle, dedication to. See Exeter.

St. Thomas of Canterbury, St. Thomas the Martyr, 25, 458.

-, dedications to. See Arbroath; Ballybeg; Dublin; Exeter; London (hospitals); London Bridge; South-wark; York.

-, See also Holy Trinity and St. Thomas the Martyr; St. Mary the Virgin and SS. Thomas the Martyr and Edward the Confessor.

St. Udalricus, dedication to. See Kreuzlingen.

St. Victor, house of the order of. See Wigmore.

St. Werburgh, dedication to. See Chester.

St. Wilfrid, dedication to. See Davenham.

St. Winifred, dedications to. See Holywell; Shrewsbury.

St. Woollos, dedication to. See Newport.

Saints. See also in the Index of Persons and Places under Cardinals and under Saints.

Santo Spirito, dedication to. See Rome.

Schism, the Great, 79, 85, 373.

-, -, in Ireland, 94.

-, -, in Scotland, 6, 154, 287, 288.

-, -, in Spain, 34, 287.

Schismatics, reconciliation of, 13.

Scotland, chancellor of. See Lauder; Cameron

-, envoys from, to the pope, 118.

-, - See also Martin V.

-, governor of. See Stewart (Murdac and Robert).

-, king of. See William I; James I. Robert III.

-, lack of canonists in, 406, 427.

-, money of, 138, 145, 151.

-, the Great Schism in, 6, 154, 287, 288.

-, the three Estates of, 6.

-, treason in, 473, 474.

-, warden of the marches of. See Douglas.

- See also Collectors; Nuncios; Parlia-ment; Statutes; Sterlings; Wars.

Scots clergy at the Roman court. See Roman court.

-students at Paris, 69, 73.

Scripture, 8.

Sea-wall, 209.

Seals, 247, 569.

- See also Bulla; Henry VI.

Secretaries, papal, 565 note.

- - See also Capranica; Monte-policiano: Pileo; Poggio.

'sentences,’ study of the books of the, 515.

Sepulchre, Holy, pilgrimages to. See Holy Land.

Sequestration, procedure by, 572.

Serfs, manumission of, 79.

Serjeants-at-arms, papal, 15.

Services (servitia), common and minute, 10, 60.

Simony, 4, 13, 18, 33 note, 40, 42, 43, 49, 61, 66, 83, 96, 115, 137, 151, 154, 158, 193, 203, 204, 230, 237, 244, 250, 255, 262, 351, 359, 391, 393, 396, 399, 426, 442, 477, 480, 485, 490, 507, 523, 571.

Spain, reservations of benefices in, 19 note.

-, the Great Schism in, 34, 287, 288.

Spolia , 10.

Statutes:—

anti-papal (Baratry, in Scotland), 18, 492.

- (Provisors and Præmunire), 14, 24–26, 28, 35–37.

-, in Ireland, 14, 15, 510.

- See also Apostolic see, appeals to.

-and customs:—

of cathedral churches, 17, 18, 40, 78, 79, 82, 123, 230, 231, 275, 381, 500, 501, 526.

of chantries, 279, 500, 501, 545, 565, 566, 569.

of colleges and collegiate churches, 232, 277, 282–284, 298, 475, 497.

of hospitals, 469, 498, 499, 528.

- See also Religious houses.

Students, 2, 43, 47, 51, 55, 67, 69, 75, 76, 84, 92, et passim.

- See also Paris; Scots.

Studia particularia , 43.

Subsidies, royal, 42.

-, granted by the pope to James I, 30.

Suffragan bishops, 8.

Surgeons, 453.

Suspension. See Rehabilitations.

T

Tabellionatus officium . See Notaries.

Taverns, 48, 195.

Taxation, royal, burden of, 522.

- See also Tenths.

Tenths, papal, 10.

-, royal, 42.

-, See also Taxation.

Tertiaries. See St. Francis.

Testaments. See Wills.

Theft, deprivation for, 76.

Theology, benefices held by graduates in, 17, 18.

-, examination for the mastership of, 515.

Tithes, 14, 17, 63, 144, 170, 238, 282, 283.

-, forgotten. 63.

-, litigation about, 71, 127, 128, 240, 495, 502, 503.

Tonsure, 388, 528.

Tournois , deniers gros, 49, 177, 211, 222, 272, 280, 297, 383, 546.

-, -, petits, 295, 344, 359, 382, 398, 400, 506.

Trades:—

mercer, 537, 556.

vintner, 561.

Translations of bishops, 8, 27 note, 30 note, 33 note, 45, 46, 49, 85, 133, 134, 152, 158, 161, 172, 191, 192, 214, 215, 217, 248, 257, 287, 288, 345, 346, 389 note, 407, 408, 476, 477, 493.

Treason, 473, 474.

Treasurer, of England. See Stafford.

Triennials, 63.

Trinitarian house. See Knaresborough.

U

Unions of benefices, 30 note, 51, 97.

- See also Appropriations; Consolidation.

Union of dioceses, 65, 66.

Universities, study at. See Non-residence; Orders.

- See also Cambridge; Oxford; Paris; St. Andrews; Scots; Students.

Uses:—

Roman, 13, 453.

St. Paul's, London, 373.

Sarum, 384, 386, 527.

Utraquists, heresy of the, 21.

V

Vicars, portions of, from appropriated churches, 62, 63, 116, 127, 194, 196, 474, 512, 513, 572.

-, - See also Religious houses.

Violence, by clergy, 291, 453, 479, 499, 500, 566, 568.

-, on clergy, 4, 59, 195, 291, 499, 500, 510, 566, 568.

- See also Intimidation.

Visitation of the sick, dues arising from, 63.

Visitations, 10, 272, 273, 289.

-, diocesan, 121, 180, 474.

-, metropolitical, 46, 241, 572.

-, See also Archdeacons; Bishops.

Vows of abstinence, 385, 527, 557.

-, of chastity, 58, 386.

-, of continence, 3, 13, 386.

-, of pilgrimage, 385, 386, 439, 440, 468, 527, 557.

-, commutation of, 3, 13, 385, 386, 439, 440, 449, 468, 527, 557.

W

Wales, wars in and near, 277, 282.

- See Welsh.

Wars, Hundred Years', 373, 530.

- -, burden of taxation on account of, 522.

-, in England, 525.

-, on the Scottish border, 67, 225, 344, 361, 440, 455, 492.

-, See also Ireland; Wales.

Water, pollution of, 515.

Wax, 63.

Welsh clergy at the Roman court. See Roman court.

Wills, 279, 446, 480, 570.

-, faculties for ecclesiastics to make, 281, 386.

-, probate of, 55.

Writers of papal letters. See Letters; Peni-tentiary.