Chronological Arrangement of Vatican Regesta Documents

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'Chronological Arrangement of Vatican Regesta Documents', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 8: 1427-1447 (1909), pp. XV-XXXVIII. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=104402 Date accessed: 22 October 2014.


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Chronological Arrangement of the Littere Officiorum, Litteræ de Curia, and Brevia of Eugenius IV, contained in the “Vatican” Regesta CCCLIX—CCCLXXXIV. (fn. 1)

1431 April 29 St. Peter's, Rome. Nicholas Albergati, cardinal of St. Cross in Jerusalem, papal nuncio with legatine powers in France. Peace between England and France. 371 29d 277
1431 April 30 ”” Confirmation of his faculties from Martin V. 371 32 277
1431 May 9 General. Safe-conduct for James Butler, earl of Ormonde. 371 34d 278
1431 June 6 General. Safe-conduct for John Urri, canon of Lincoln. 371 44d 278
1431 July 8 General. Safe-conduct for Nicholas Bildeston, archdeacon of Winchester. 371 69 278
1431 Nov. 4–Nov. 8 John de Obizis, canon of Ferrara. Appointment as papal collector in England, Ireland and Scotland. 381 86–88d 316
1431 Nov. 11 Thomas Spofford, bishop of Hereford and John de Obizis, papal nuncio in England. Visitation and reform of exempt Cistercian houses in England. 381 90 316
1431 Nov. 17 St. Peter's, Rome. John de Obizis, a canon of Ferrara, collector and nuncio in England, Ireland and Scotland. Faculties. 371 202–204 278, 279
1432 Jan. 10 Ardicinus de Porta, cardinal of SS. Cosmas and Damian's. Visitation by deputy of his archdeaconry of Northampton. 381 75 315
1432 Jan. 13 The clergy of Avignon and the comtat Venaissin. Suspension of the excommunication of Geoffrey Giffardi and others. 371 166d 278
[1432] June 14 [”] John Kempe, archbishop of York. Invitation to go to the Roman court. 370 86d 275
[1432] July 15 [”] John Stafford, bishop of Bath and Wells. Request to favour Francis de Molino, a Venetian. 370 96d 275
1432 July 25 [St. Peter's,] Rome. James I of Scotland and Queen Joan. Indult for their confessor to grant them plenary indulgence. 372 46 280
1432 Sept. 3 [St. Peter's, Rome.] General. Safe-conduct for Robert FitzHugh, bishop of London. 372 47d 280
1432 Dec. 8 St. Peter's, Rome. John de Lithgow, a monk of Paisley. Appointment as an honorary papal chaplain. 381 187d 316
[1433] [Feb. 16] [St. Peter's,] Rome. Archbishop of Armagh. Council of Basel. 359 68d 212
1433 Feb. 26 St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for John Ely, a papal envoy. 372 153d 280
1433 Feb. 28 General. Safe-conduct for William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale and William Turnbule, papal nuncios. 372 157d 281
1433 Nicholas de Atholia, vicar of Strathmiglo. Appointment as an honorary papal chaplain. 372 187 281
1433 June 15 St. Peter's, Rome. John Cok, rector of East Bradenham. Validation of a dispensation by Martin V to hold incompatible benefices. 372 194d 281
[1433] [circ. Sept. 24] [St. Peter's, Rome.] Henry VI. The Privy Council. Humphrey, duke of Gloucester. Archbishop Chichele. Cardinal Beaufort. Appointment of Thomas Brouns to the see of Worcester. 359 80d–82 213, 214
1434 Jan. 31 St. Peter's, Rome. John Bloxwych, a Carmelite. Appointment as a papal minor penitentiary. 381 205d 82 317
1434 Mar. 23 St. Chrysogonus's, Rome Henry VI. Question of the appointment of Thomas Brouns and Thomas Bourchier to the see of Worcester. 359 82 214
[1434] [April 18] [St. Peter's,] Rome. Cardinal Beaufort. ”” 359 84 215
1434 July 24 Florence. Richard, earl of Warwick and Richard, earl of Salisbury. Dispensations for their children to intermarry. 365 112d 251
1434 Aug. 7 General. Safe-conduct for John Ely, a papal envoy. 373 31d 282
1434 Sept. 25 The archbishop and chapter of Dublin. Request to obtain for John Ardagh possession of the canonry and prebend in Dublin of which the pope has made him provision. 359 272 236
[1435] [post Mar. 9] Thomas Bourchier. Provision to the see of Worcester; commendation of his servant Adam Moleyns. 359 90 218
[1435] Mar. 11 (cf. below, p. xviii.) [Florence.] Thomas Ludelow, rector of Tawstock. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 366 144d 260
1435 Mar. 12 Florence. Archbishop Kempe. Request to obtain for Richard Petteworth possession of the canonry and prebend in York of which the pope has made him provision. 359 260 236
1435 The bishop of Lichfield. The like in regard to Adam Moleyns and a canonry and prebend in Lichfield. 359 260 236
1435 The bishop of Bath and Wells. The like in regard to John River and a canonry and prebend in Wells. 359 260 236
1435 Mar. 14 (cf. above, p. xvii.) Thomas Ludelow, rector of Tawstock. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 365 112d 251
[1435 or 1436] Mar. 15 [”] Cardinal Beaufort. Licence to resign the see of Winchester. 366 142d 260
1435 Mar. 19 Florence. Archbishop Kempe. Request to obtain for Thomas Chapman possession of the canonry and prebend of York of which the pope lately made him provision. 359 257d 235
1435 Mar. 23 John, king of Castile and Leon. Provision of the see of Siguenza. 359 87d 216
1435 Henry VI. The Privy Council. Cardinal Beaufort. Provision to Thomas Bourchier of the see of Worcester and to Thomas Brouns of the see of Rochester; abolition of the Statutes of Provisors etc.; mission of Adam Moleyns to the cardinal. 359 88–89d 216–218
1435 Mar. 30 Florence. General. Safe-conduct for Adam Moleyns, a papal envoy. 373 170 282
1435 April 9 John Kelly, dean of Crantock. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 365 76 251
1435 April 12 The bishop of Térouane. Provision to Giles Deschamps of the deanery of Rouen. 359 255 235
1435 April 20 Archbishop Kempe. Request to obtain for Thomas Chapman possession of the canonry and prebend in York of which the pope lately made him provision. 359 258d 235
1435 April 21 Peter de Monte, papal nuncio. Appointment as collector in England. 373 177d 282
1435 ”” Faculties etc. 373 177–184d 284, 285
[1435] [circ. April 21] Henry VI. Letters of recommendation for the newly appointed papal collector, Peter de Monte. 359 93d. 221
[1435] The Privy Council. ”” 359 94 221
[1435] Cardinal Beaufort. ” ” 359 94 221
[1435] James I of Scotland. ” ” Barb. 203d. 221 note
[1435] ” ” ” ” Chigi 76d 221 note
1435 April 23 Nicholas Albergati, cardinal of St. Cross, legate to France. Peace between England and France. 373 189–191 284
[1435] [circ. April 23] Henry VI. Congress of Arras. Peace with France. Mission of Cardinal Albergati. 359 91d and 252d 219 and 235
[1435] [circ. April 23] Florence. The Privy Council. Congress of Arras. Peace with France. Mission of Cardinal Albergati. 359 92 and 252 219 and 235
[1435] Charles VII of France ” ” 359 92d 220
[1435] The archbishop of Reims. ” ” 359 93 220
[1435] Philip of Burgundy. ” ” 359 93 220
[1435] Cardinal Beaufort. Congress of Arras. Peace with France. 359 95 221
1435 May 15 General. Safe-conduct for John Cameron, bishop of Glasgow. 373 159 282
1435 May 26 General. Safe-conduct for William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale. 373 212d 284
1435 June 12 William de Foulis, keeper of the privy seal of James I of Scotland. Request to intercede with the king of Scotland on behalf of William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale. 359 247 234
1435 The Three Estates of Scotland. ” ” 359 247d 234
1435 June 21 Cardinal Albergati. ” ” 359 246d 234
1435 July 21 The bishop of Lincoln. Request to allow Robert Sutton to obtain possession of the canonry and prebend of Lincoln which the pope has conferred on him. 359 246 233
1435 Peter de Monte, papal collector in England and Scotland. Request to intercede with the king of Scotland on behalf of William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale. 359 246d 233
1435 Aug. 23 Florence. Robert Burton, precentor of Lincoln. Dispensation to hold three incompatible benefices. 373 251d 285
1435 Robert Burton, archdeacon of Northumberland. Indult to visit his archdeaconry by deputy. 373 253 285
1435 Aug. 24 Robert Burton, precentor of Lincoln. Indult of non-residence. 373 255 285
1435 Sept. 1 The bishop of Bath. Recommending Ugolinus Lidofed for promotion. 359 239 233
1435 Sept. 3 Robert Burton, clerk. Validity of papal dispensations and other grants to him. 370 179d 276
1435 Sept. 14 Archbishop Chicheley. Commending Adam de Moleyns, who has not maligned him. 359 238 233
1435 General. Safe-conduct for Adam de Molyns, papal envoy to England. 373 263d 285
1435 Sept. 15 Ferrara. Peter de Monte, collector in England. Postponement of his obligation as an apostolic notary to be ordained subdeacon. 367 51 264
1435 Sept. 30 Florence. General. Safe-conduct for William Swan, going to England etc. 373 266 286
1436 Jan. 18 General. Safe-conduct for Thomas Launcelevee, turcopolier of the Hospitallers. 374 25 286
1436 Mar. 8 General. Annulment of proceedings by the secular power in Scotland against William Croyser. 374 60 286
1436 Mar. 8 Florence. Nicholas Albergati, cardinal of St. Cross and others. Publication and execution of the foregoing annulment. 374 62d 288
[1436 or 1435] Mar. 15 [ ” ] Cardinal Beaufort. Licence to resign the see of Winchester. 366 142d 260
1436 Mar. 30 Florence. John Proctour, rector of Yarborough. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 365 113d 252
1436 Richard Helier, rector of Cardinham. ” ” 365 114 252
1436 April 2 James I of Scotland. Request to pardon William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale. 366 149 261
[1436] [post April 22] Bologna. Edward, king of Portugal. Congress of Arras. Peace between France and England. Missions of Cardinal Albergati. 359 149 228
1436 July 2 Anthony, bishop of Urbino, papal nuncio to Scotland. Appointment as nuncio and faculty to reform the church in Scotland. 374 102d 288
1436 July 10 General. Safe-conduct for Anthony, bishop of Urbino, papal legate to Scotland. 374 107 289
1436 John Cameron, bishop of Glasgow and Walter, abbot of Arbroath. Recovery from the clergy of Scotland of the money advanced by them to the above nuncio for his expenses. 374 108 289
[1436] [circ. July 10] James I of Scotland. Embassy of the bishop of Glasgow and the abbot of Arbroath to obtain the sending of a legate for the reform of the church in Scotland. Mission of the bishop of Urbino for the purpose. 359 154d 229
[1436] [circ. July 10] Bologna. Joan, queen of Scotland. Embassy of the bishop of Glasgow and the abbot of Arbroath to obtain the sending of a legate for the reform of the church in Scotland. Mission of the bishop of Urbino for the purpose. 359 155 230
[1436] The Council of Scotland. ” ” 359 155d 230
1436 July 10 and 11 Anthony, bishop of Urbino, papal legate to Scotland. Faculties. 374 103d–107, 118 288–290
1436 July 11 ” ” Recovery from John Cameron, bishop of Glasgow, and Walter, abbot of Arbroath, of the expenses of his mission. 366 148 260
1436 ” ” ” ” 374 109 290
1436 July 12 Princes etc. of Scotland. Furtherance of the above nuncio's mission of reform. 374 109 290
1436 Aug. 21 Peter de Monte, collector in England, Ireland and Scotland. Faculties. 374 127–130 290, 291
1436 Sept. 15 Henry VI. Letters of recommendation for Peter de Monte, papal collector in England. 359 306 237
1436 Cardinal Beaufort. ” ” 359 306 237
1436 Oct. 21 [ ” ] William Alnewick, bishop of Lincoln. Faculty to visit his diocese by deputy. 366 185 261
[1436] [Oct. 24] Bologna. Lewis de Luxembourg, archbishop elect of Rouen. Translation from Térouane to Rouen. Translation of John le Jeune from Amiens to Térouane. 359 145d 227
[1436] [Oct. 24] Bologna. The duke of York. Translation of Lewis de Luxembourg from Térouane to Rouen, and of John le Jeune from Amiens to Térouane. 359 146 228
[1436] Philip, duke of Burgundy. ” ” 359 146 228
1437 Dec. 31 Lewis de Luxembourg, archbishop of Rouen. The pope's intention to made him a cardinal. 359 289d 236
1437 April 8 Henry VI. Translation of bishop Bourchier from Worcester to Ely, and of bishop Rodburn from St. Davids to Worcester. 359 158 230
1437 Humphrey, duke of Gloucester. ” ” 359 158d 231
1437 April 9 Peter de Monte, papal collector in England. Request to obtain a safe-conduct to England for the treasurer - general of the Hospitallers. 359 328 237
[1437] [May 5] The bishop of Urbino, papal legate in Scotland. His arrival in Scotland. The murder of James I. His mission for the reform of the Scottish church. 359 156d 230
1437 May 30 General. Foundation of the university of Caen. 365 159d 252 note
[1437] June 7 [ ” ] The emperor Sigismund and others. Place of meeting for a Council in the matter of the union with the Greeks. 366 214, 215 261 note
1437 Sept. 23 Bologna. The university of Paris and other universities. Transfer of the Council of Basel to Ferrara. 367 107 265
1437 General. Safe-conduct for John Ely, papal envoy to England, Scotland etc. 374 191d 292
1437 Sept. 27 Bologna. General. Decree annulling the translation of Thomas Bourchier from Worcester to Ely. 365 171d 252
1437 Oct. 5 [General.] Safe-conduct for Robert de Cavalcantibus, papal envoy to England and Scotland. 374 195d 292
After 1438 and before Jan. 14 Ferrara. Henry VI. Release of the duke of Orleans. 359 98 222 and note
1439 Jan. 19
1438 Feb. 22 David de Crannach. Absolution and rehabilitation. 365 289d 256
1438 April 30 John Deeping, abbot of St. Osyth. Confirmation of his provision to the abbey. 365 206d 253
1438 June 2 Peter de Monte, collector in England, Ireland and Scotland. Faculties. 374 275–277 292, 293
1438 June 9 The bishop of Rochester and Peter de Monte, nuncio in England. Commission to visit and reform exempt Benedictine houses. 365 201 252
1438 July 4 Peter de Monte, pievano of St. George's, Illasi. Mandate to make provision of St. Osyth. 365 207 253
1438 July 14 General. Safe-conduct for Peter Sanctis de Pisauro, an official of Peter de Monte, the papal collector in England etc. 375 4 293
[1438–9] [July 18–Jan. 19] [ ” ] Henry VI. The conduct of the Council of Basel. 367 121d 267
1438 July 28 Ferrara. Cardinal Beaufort and John Kempe, archbishop of York. Mandate to deliver the spiritualities of the see of Ely to Lewis de Luxembourg. 365 208 254
1438 Sept. 27 Ferrara. William Alnewick, bishop of Lincoln. The pope's provision of a canonry of Lincoln and the prebend of Sutton-cum-Buckingham to the pope's nephew. 367 118d 266
1438 Sept. 28 The Privy Council. The encouraging of English clergy to reside at the Roman court by their being allowed to obtain benefices collated to them there. 367 41d 263
1438 Henry VI. ” ” 367 42 264
1438 Oct. 1 Humphrey, duke of Gloucester. The pope's provision of a canonry of Lincoln and the prebend of Suttoncum-Buckingham to the pope's nephew. 367 119 266
1438 Peter de Monte. ” ” 367 119 266
1438 Cardinal Beaufort. His going to the Roman court. 367 119 267
1438 The bishop of Bath. Approbation of his conduct. 367 120 267
1438 Henry VI. Mission of John de Obizis to the pope. 367 121d 267
1438 Nov. 26 Osberus de Clara. Marriage dispensation for Thomas Motte and his second wife. 367 130 267
1439 [Jan. 19] Florence. Eric, king of Denmark, and others. Transfer of the Council from Ferrara to Florence. 367 67 264
[1439] [circ. Jan. 19] Philip, duke of Burgundy. Release of John de Obizis, captured on his way back from a mission from Henry VI to the pope about the Council of Ferrara—Florence. 359 162 232
1439 Feb. 28 Florence. William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale. Appointment as a protonotary. 382 103d 318
[1439] [After May 10] Henry VI. Provisions to the see of Séez and the abbey of St. Sever. 359 111 222
1439 Aug. 8 General. Faculty lately granted to Anthony, bishop of Urbino, nuncio in Scotland, to reserve and collate benefices. 366 383d 263
1439 Aug. 22 Peter de Monte, nuncio and collector in England, Scotland and Ireland. Faculties. 365 228, 229 254, 255
1439 Sept. 21 The bishop of Dunkeld. Mandate to grant a marriage dispensation to James Stewart and Joan Bewford. 365 232 255
1439 Sept. 23 James Kennedy, bishop of Dunkeld. Grant to him of the abbey of Scone in commendam. 367 208d 270
1439 Henry Wardlaw, bishop of St. Andrews. ” ” 367 208d 270
1439 James II of Scotland. ” ” 367 208d 270
1439 Oct. 15 John Holand, earl of Huntingdon and Ivry. Indult. 366 349 262
1439 Oct. 20 Bartholomew de Zabarellis, archbishop of Spalato, Peter de Versailles, bishop of Meaux and others. Faculty to treat for truces between England and France, etc. 366 340d 262
[1439] Oct. 22 General. Safe-conduct for Peter de Versailles, bishop of Meaux and another. 366 341 262 note
1439 Oct. 25 Florence. John Holand, earl of Huntingdon and Ivry, and Beatrice his wife. Indult. 366 351 262
1439 John Holand, earl of Huntingdon and Ivry. Indult. 366 352d 262
1439 Nov. 5 Adam Moleyns, archdeacon of Salisbury. Appointment as a protonotary. 382 98d 317
1439 The bishop of Bath. Reception of the above Adam's oath of fealty. 382 99 317
1439 Dec. 15 Bartholomew Zabarella, archbishop of Spalato. Faculties as nuncio to apply to England as well as to France. 375 117 293
1439 Dec. 27 William Croyser, archdeacon of Teviotdale, papal nuncio to Scotland. Faculties. 375 117d, 118d 294
[1440] [circ. Jan.] Alfonso, king of Portugal. Deprivation of the schismatic bishop of Vizéu, and provision of the see to another. The pope's general right of making provisions of sees, with or without the consent of the secular power. 359 123d 225
1440 Jan. 3 The bishop of Moray and William Croyser, archdeacon of Lothian, papal nuncio. Inquiry into charges against John Floytare, abbot of Kinloss. 375 119 295
[1440] [Feb. 21] [ ” ] Walter Stewart. Provision of a canonry of Glasgow and the prebend of Cardross. 370 280 276
1440 Feb. 21 Florence. James Kennedy, bishop of Dunkeld. Exchange of benefices between Walter Stewart, archdeacon of Aberdeen and Laurence Piot, canon of Glasgow. 375 134 295
1440 May 28 John Verney, archdeacon of Worcester. Indult to visit his archdeaconry by deputy. 365 291d 257
[1440] [After May 28] Henry VI. The king's action against the Council of Basel and the anti-pope Felix V. His envoy to the pope, Vincent Clement. Credence for Vincent Clement and the papal collector, Peter de Monte. 359 114d 223
[1440] Humphrey, duke of Gloucester. ” ” 359 116 225
1440 June 6 General. Suspension of the taking effect of the pope's late appropriation of the parish church of Ratho to Corstorphin collegiate church. 367 85d 265
1440 July 1 Alfonso, king of Portugal. Deprivation of the schismatic bishop of Vizéu, and provision of the see to another. 359 125 226
1440 July 6 James Kennedy, bishop of St. Andrews. Faculty to reserve and collate twelve benefices. 360 17d 238
1440 ” ” Faculty to excommunicate and absolve adherents of the Council of Basel and of Felix V. 360 19d 238
1440 Aug. 18 Florence. John Verner, archdeacon of Worcester. Appointment as an honorary papal chaplain. 382 121 318
1441 March 4 Andrew de Munroy, archdeacon of Ross. Reservation of a pension on the episcopal mensa of Ross. 360 56 239
1441 The bishops of Valva, Aberdeen and Caithness. Mandate to execute the preceding. 360 54d 239
1441 April 26 Richard Caudray, dean of St. Martin's - le - Grand, London. Indult to visit by deputy his archdeaconries of Lincoln and Norwich. 375 244d 295
1441 The bishops of London, Bath and Salisbury. Execution of the preceding. 375 245d 295
[1441] [May 22] Alfonso, king of Portugal. Deprivation of the schismatic bishop of Vizéu, and provision of the see to another. Provision of the see of Silves. 359 127d 227 note 4
[1441] [May 22] Peter, duke of Coimbra, regent of Portugal. ” ” 359 129 227 note 4
1441 Sept. 17 Adam Moleyns. Appointment as papal collector in England, Ireland and Scotland. 382 142 318
1442 Jan. 12 John de la Bere, canon of Salisbury. Reservation of benefices in the gift of the bishops etc. of Winchester, Lincoln and Exeter. 365 327 257
1442 March 2 John de Castilliono. Appointment as papal collector in England, Ireland and Scotland. 382 151–154 318, 319
1442 May 9 General. Plenary indulgence for visits and alms to Eton College church etc. 360 158 239
1442 May 9 Florence. John Stafford, bishop of Bath and Wells. Mandate to execute the preceding. 360 159 240
1442 June 17 Thomas Chichele, archdeacon of Canterbury. Appointment as a protonotary. 360 184d 240
1442 Thomas, bishop of Norwich. Mandate to grant the insignia of the above office. 360 185 240
1442 July 23 Henry VI. Indults. 360 186d, 187d 240, 241
1442 [”] General. Faculty and indult to the provost and fellows of Eton College. 360 186d, 188 240, 241
1442 July 23 The bishop of London, the abbot of Westminster, and the dean of Salisbury. Letters conservatory for the provost etc. of Eton College. 360 189 241
1442 General. Confirmation of the appropriation of Goldeliff priory to Tewkesbury abbey. 360 191d 241–244
1442 [”] The mayor and aldermen of the city of London. Indult to have portable altars etc. 360 187 240
1442 July 26 General. Plenary indulgence for visits and alms to Eton College church. 361 1 246
1442 John Stafford, bishop of Bath and Wells. Mandate to execute the preceding. 361 2 246
1442 Aug. 23 The abbot and convent of St. Augustine's, Canterbury. Pension due from them to Subiaco on account of their appropriated church of Littlebourn. 367 149 268
1442 Aug. 31 Philip, duke of Burgundy. Capture and imprisonment in his dominions of ThomasChapman, a papal envoy to England. 367 149d 268
1442 Sept. 26 Florence. Lewis de Luxembourg, archbishop of Rouen and cardinal, and others. Suit about the parish church of St. Vivien, Rouen, and the interference of the secular power. 367 149d 269
1442 Oct. 27 The bishops of Segorve and Moray and the treasurer of Brechin. Collation to James Innes, dean of Ross, of the treasurership of Moray. 379 150 314
1443 May 23 St. Peter's, Rome. General. Confirmation of provisions and dispensations to John de la Bere, in regard to their application to the deanery of Wells. 379 88 312–314
1443 June 1 Siena. Robert Kyrkeham, rector of Sherington. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 361 207d 247
1443 June 7 The chancellor of Exeter. Mandate in regard to the feast and office of St. Raphael the Archangel. 361 203d 246
1443 General. Indulgence for visits and alms to Battlefield collegiate church, near Shrewsbury. 361 208d 248
1443 June 8 John Fulburne, sometime abbot of Sawtry. Grant to hold a secular benefice. 361 205d 247
1443 June 9 Robert Worcestre, a monk of Buckfastleigh. ” ” 361 202d 246
1443 John Morton alias Boldi, rector of Ilfracombe. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 361 204 247
1443 John Gele, vicar of Harberton. ” ” 361 206 247
1443 July 14 John Stafford, archbishop elect of Canterbury. Dispatch of the pallium. 365 430d 258
1443 July 14 Siena. The bishops of London and Rochester. Assignment of the pallium. 365 431 258
1443 Oct. 27 James Kennedy, bishop of St. Andrews. Absolution and rehabilitation on account of his having administered the see before his letters of translation were drawn up. 367 279 270
1443 Nov. 19 [St. Peter's,] Rome. Richard, duke of York. English portion of the diocese of Evreux. 367 160d 269
1443 Dec. 13 St. Peter's, Rome. James II of Scotland. Alleged misconduct of William de Bonaro, prior of St. Andrews. 367 161d 269
1443 The chapter of St. Andrews. ” ” 367 162 269
1444 Jan. 15 Peter de Monte, bishop of Brescia, nuncio in France. Mandate to negotiate peace between England and France etc. 361 269 248
1444 Feb. 8 General. Safe-conduct for Andrew Holes to England etc. 376 14d 296
1444 April 13 The priors of the Hospitallers in England etc. Defence of Rhodes. 376 78 296
1444 May 11 General. Plenary indulgence for visits to Eton College church. 368 9 271
1444 May 22–June 4 Baptista de Padua, bishop elect of Concordia, papal nuncio to England etc. Faculties. 376 165–170, 173d 297–299
1444 June 3 General. Abuse of the indult granted by the pope on Dec. 6, 1441, to the confraternity of St. Anthony, London. 376 155 296
1444 June 15 St. Peter's, Rome. General. Safe-conduct for the above Baptista de Padua. 376 174 299
1444 June 16 William Simonde, priest. Appointment as a papal minor penitentiary. 382 223d 319
1444 July 13 John de Castilliono, collector in England, and the above Baptista de Padua. Collection of the papal tenth for the defence of Christendom. 376 171d 299
1444 Oct. 7 Cornelius O'Cunlis, bishop elect of Emly. Confirmation of his provision to the see. 377 6 301
1444 Oct. 10 General. Safe-conduct for Vincent Clement, papal nuncio to England etc. 376 198d 299
1444 Oct. 31 John Stafford, archbishop of Canterbury, and others. Alleged misappropriation of papal indulgence money by Peter de Monte. 368 47 272
1444 Dec. 16 John, abbot of St. Vandrille. Provision of the abbey. 365 457d 258
1444 Dec. 18 ” ” Faculty. 365 459 258
1444 Dec. 31 Henry VI. Dispensation in regard to his marriage. 363 120 249
1445 Jan. 12 William, abbot of St. Martin's, Séez, and others. Provision of the abbey. 368 66d–69 272
1445 Jan. 13 John, abbot of St. Mary's, Silly, and others. Provision of the abbey. 368 72–74 272
1445 Jan. 16 Cornelius O'Cunlis, bishop of Emly, papal nuncio to Ireland. Faculties. 376 299 299
1445 Jan. 19 General. Appointment of the above bishop of Emly as papal nuncio in Ireland to obtain money for defence against the Turks. 376 301d 300
1445 March 9 St. Peter's, Rome. The archbishop of Armagh. Mandate to make provision of the see of Kilmore. 363 196d 250
1445 April 28 Thomas, abbot of Margam. Indult. 377 103d 302
1445 May 12 Henry Rampini, archbishop of Milan. Faculties as nuncio in England etc. for obtaining aid against the Turks. 377 58d 301
1445 June 12 John Squyer, rector of Alderton. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 377 123d 302
1445 July 25–July 29 John de Obizis, canon of Ferrara. Appointment as papal collector in England, Ireland and Scotland. 383 20d–23 319, 320
1445 Aug. 10 General. Safe-conduct for Hugh Mydilton, turcopolier of the Hospitallers. 377 176d 302
1445 Aug. 13 John Brinke alias Dobeler, rector of Shorwell. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 377 232d 302
1445 Nov. 26 The abbot of Lindores and the prior of St. Andrews. James Kennedy, bishop of St. Andrews and his commenda of the abbey of Scone. 377 278d 303
1445 Dec. 24 General. Safe-conduct for Richard Caunton, canon of St. Davids. 378 8d 305
1446 Feb. 1 William Ayscough, bishop of Salisbury. Faculty to reserve and collate the archdeaconry of Salisbury. 360 316d 244
1446 Feb. 7 John de Obizis, collector in England, Ireland and Scotland. Faculties. 378 1–3 303, 304
1446 Feb. 9 Robert Gayton and Isabel his wife, citizens of London. Indults. 378 30 305
1446 March 7 St. Peter's, Rome. Gilbert Forstare, archdeacon of Brechin, collector in Scotland. Faculties. 378 238d, 248d 308
1446 May 28 John Kempe, archbishop of York, cardinal of St. Balbina's. Mandate to enquire into the charges made by bishop Bekynton against Nicholas Frome, abbot of Glastonbury. 360 328d 244
1446 June 1 Hugh Forster, a monk of Glastonbury, papal chaplain. Appointment as a papal minor penitentiary. 383 50d 320
1446 June 23 Adam de Montegomere, archdeacon of Dunkeld. Appointment as an honorary papal chamberlain etc. 360 330 245
1446 June 28 John Stafford, archbishop of Canterbury. Collection of the papal tenth in England and Ireland against the Turks. 378 170 305
1446 Adam Moleyns, bishop of Chichester. ” ” 378 171d 306
1446 General. The collations to Patrick de Home and Walter Blair of the archdeaconry of Teviotdale, void by the deprivation of William Croyser as a schismatic. 378 176 306–308
1446 John de Obizis and Lewis Cardona, canon of Elne, collectors in England and Ireland of the papal tenth. Collection of the papal tenth. 379 53 311
1446 June 30 John de Obizis and Lewis de Cardona, canon of Elne. ” ” 378 172 306
1446 July 13 St. Peter's, Rome. The bishop of Aberdeen, the provost of Toulouse and the dean of Brechin. Collation to David Lindesay of a canonry and prebend of Dunkeld. 378 283d 309
1446 July 19 The bishops of Concordia, London and Modoni. Collation to John de la Bere of the deanery of Wells. 378 217 308
1446 Sept. 23 The abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, and John de Obizis, canon of York. Charges against Edmund Kyrton, abbot of Westminster, and his deprivation. 378 300 309
1446 Oct. 3 John de la Bere, dean of Wells. Validity of his collations of benefices and dispensation to hold incompatible benefices. 369 49 273
1446 Oct. 7 John Bagot, master of Clothall hospital. Collation of a canonry and prebend of South Malling. 379 8 310
1446 Oct. 12 Richard Roderham, treasurer of Hereford. Dispensation to hold three incompatible benefices. 379 13d 311
1446 William Cook, vicar of Holbeton. Dispensation to hold two incompatible benefices. 379 20d 311
1446 Robert Stillyngton, rector of Beverstone. ” ” 379 31d 311
1446 Nov. 5 General. Indulgence for visits to King's College chapel, Cambridge. 365 506d 258, 259
1446 Nov. 13 General. John de la Bere and the deanery of Wells. 379 69 311
1446 Dec. 12 Peter de Bearnio, administrator of the abbey of Sainte-Croix, Bordeaux. Grant of the abbey in commendam. 369 52d 274
1446 Dec. 29 St. Peter's, Rome. General. Decree in regard to the suit between bishop Bekynton and the abbot and convent of Glastonbury. 365 525d 259
1448 Jan. 6 The archbishop of Canterbury. Mandate in regard to the above suit. 365 527 259

Footnotes

1 The first three columns give the date of time (reduced to the modern style) and place. The fourth and fifth columns contain the name of the person addressed and a brief indication of the subject. In the next two columns are the number of the Register and the folio. The last column gives the page of the Calendar.


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