Rymer's Foedera with Syllabus
October-December 1398

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'Rymer's Foedera with Syllabus: October-December 1398', Rymer's Foedera Volume 8, pp. 46-65. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=115123 Date accessed: 23 October 2014.


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October–December 1398

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Oct. 3. Commission to sir John Bussy, sir Henry Grene, William de Ferryby, and Laurence Dru to redress infractions of the truce. Westm.
O. viii. 47. H. iii. p. iv. 147.
De Attemptatis Reformandis.
An. 22. R. 2. Ibid. m. 7.
Rex, Dilectis & Fidelibus suis, Johanni Bussy, & Henrico Grene Militibus, ac Magistro Willielmo de Ferryby Clerico, & Laurentio Dru Armigero, Salutem.
Sciatis quòd Nos,
De Fidelitate & Circumspectione vestris pleniùs confidentes,
Assignavimus vos, Tres, & Duos vestrûm ad omnia & singula Attemptata, Mesprisiones, & Malefacta, contra Formam Treugarum,
Inter Nos, & Adversarium nostrum Franciae, necnon Adversarium Scotiae, tanquam dicti Adversarii nostri Franciae Alligatum, nuper initarum,
Per Subditos & Ligeos nostros, tàm Officiarios, quàm alios, tàm supra Mare, quàm in Marchiis Regni nostri Angliae versus partes Scotiae, Subditis & Ligeis ipsius Adversarii nostri Scotiae facta & perpetrata,
Juxta Formam INDENTURARUM, inter nostros ac ipsius Adversarii nostri Scotiae Commissarios, apud Howdenestank, Sextodecimo Die Martii, proximò praeterito, factarum,
Ac Vim, Formam, & Effectum Treugarum praedictarum, apud dictum Locum de Howdenestank, Vicesimo Primo Die Octobris proximò futuro, sive ad alios dies, per vos, Tres, vel Duos vestrûm, in hac parte, praefigendos sive continuandos,
Reformandum, Reparandum, & Emendandum,
Et ad consimilem Reformationem, Reparationem, & Emendationem, pro Ligeis & Subditis nostris, de quibuscumque Attemptatis, Mesprisionibus, & Malefactis, sibi per Subditos & Ligeos ipsius Adversarii nostri Scotiae, tàm Officiarios, quàm alios, factis & perpetratis, Petendum, recipiendum, & habendum,
Et partibus plenariè Justitiae Complementum, juxta Formam Indenturarum & Treugarum hujusmodi, in hac parte, faciendum & exhibendum,
Et ad omnes & singulos, Subditos & Ligeos nostros, tàm Officiarios, quàm alios, quos inveneritis hujusmodi Attemptata, Mesprisiones, & Malefacta Subditis & Ligeis praedicti Adversarii nostri Scotiae fecisse, sive perpetrasse, ad eadem Attemptata, Mesprisiones, & Malefacta, Reformandum, Reparandum, & Emendandum, juxta Vim, Formam, & Effectum Indenturarum & Treugarum praedictarum, tàm per Incarcerationem Corporum suorum, quàm per alios Vias & Modos, quibus melius, juxta sanas Discretiones vestras, sciveritis vel poteritis, compellendum,
Ac insuper ad Tractandum & Concordandum, nomine nostro, cum Deputatis & Commissariis dicti Adversarii nostri Scotiae, super aliquo certo Die,
Quando Ambassatores & Commissarios ipsius Adversarii nostri Scotiae, penes Personam nostram,
Ad Sacramentum nostrum, quòd Nos hujusmodi Treugas, per Nos, usque Festum Sancti Michaelis proximò futurum duraturas, Confirmatas, pro parte nostra tenebimus ac teneri & observari faciemus,
Ambassiatoresque & Commissarii nostri penes Personam praedicti Adversarii nostri Scotiae,
Ad Sacramentum suum, quòd ipse Treugas illas, pro parte sua, tenebit ac teneri & observari faciet, capiendum,
Venire sive accedere possint,
Et, si contingat aliquas materias, inter Vos, Tres, vel Duos vestrûm, & praefatos Deputatos & Commissarios ipsius Adversarii nostri Scotiae, apud praedictum Locum de Howdenstank, dicto Vicesimo Primo Die Octobris, seu aliis diebus, sic per vos, Tres, vel Duos vestrûm, ut praemittitur, praefigendis & continuandis, moveri, quae, pro Defectu plenae cognitionis, verae probationis, seu alterius Causae, terminari sive concordari non valeant, ad easdem materias in Respectum, usque ad Octabas Purificationis beatae Mariae, proximò futuras, ponendum, ad tunc per, carissimum Avunculum nostrum, Johannem Ducem Lancastriae, ac alios pro parte nostra, & Ducem de Rothesay, & alios pro parte dicti Adversarii nostri Scotiae, in hac parte deputandos & assignandos,
Ad aliquem certum Locum, per vos, Tres, vel Duos Vestrûm, ac dictos Deputatos & Commissarios ipsius Adversarii nostri Scotiae, limitandum,
Reformandum, & Terminandum,
Et ad omnia alia & singula, quae pro Expeditione Praemissorum necessaria fuerint seu oportuna, faciendum, exequen dum, & explendum.
Et ideò vobis, & cuilibet vestrûm, Mandamus quòd circa Praemissa dili- genter Intendatis, & ea faciatis, expleatis, & exequamini in Forma praedicta.
Damus autem Custodibus Marchiarum praedictarum, & eorum Loca tenentibus, necnon universis & singulis Vicecomitibus, Majoribus, Ballivis, Ministris, & aliis Fidelibus & Subditis nostris tàm infra Libertates, quàm extra, Tenore Praesentium, firmiter in Mandatis, quòd Vobis, Tribus, & Duobus vestrûm, in executione Praemissorum, Intendentes sint, Consulentes, & Auxiliantes, prout decet.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Tertio Die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Rex, Dilectis & Fidelibus suis, Johanni Bussy, & Henrico Grene Militibus, ac Magistro Willielmo Ferryby Clerico, Salutem.
Ibid.
Sciatis quòd Nos, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste ut supra.
Per ipsum Regem.
Ibid.
Rex, Dilectis & Fidelibus suis, Johanni Bussy, & Henrico Grene Militibus, ac Laurentio Dru Armigero, Salutem.
Sciatis quòd Nos, &c. ut supra mutatis mutandis.
Teste ut supra.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 3. The K. orders the admirals to allow free passage to Thomas duke of Norfolk, banished by the authority of parliament at Coventry. Westm.
O. viii. 47. H. iii. p. iv. 147.
Pro Duce Norffolciae, super Passagio.
An. 22. R. 2. Pat. 22. R. 2. p. 1. m. 8.
Rex, Universis & singulis Admirallis &c. ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd (de Gratia nostra speciali & ex mero motu nostro) Concessimus & Licentiam Dedimus Thomae Duci Norffolciae,
Qui versus partes Exteras, in Almannia, Bohemia, & Hungaria moraturus, ac ad transfretandum Mare magnum, in Peregrinatione, juxta Ordinationem, apud Coventre, auctoritate Parliamenti, nuper factam, transiturus existit,
Quòd ipse Portum, quem sibi placuerit, pro Eskippamento & Passagio suo, versus partes praedictas, inter Portum de Orwelle & Scardeburgh, eligere possit,
Et, si contingat quòd praedictus Dux, cùm ipse in Mari, Causâ Passagii sui, fuerit, per Tempestatem Maritimam, aut Venti Contrarietatem, ad aliquem Locum sive Portum Maris, insra Potestatem, Obedientiam, sive Gubernationem, nostras, aut ad aliquem Locum sive Portum Maris, in Regno sive Terra, sibi pro mora sua minimè assignatum, post Terminum sibi pro Passagio suo limitatum, agitetur sive impulsetur, tunc idem Dux, cum Servientibus & Familiaribus suis, in Locis, ubi ipsum applicari sive agitari contigerit, quousque ipse Mare intrare ac salvò & securè transire valeat, absque fraude vel malo Ingenio, per sufficiens testimonium, liberè morari possit, sine Impetitione, Dampno, seu Forisfactura quacumque.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Tertio Die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 3. Licence for the duke of Norfolk to take with him 40 persons, 1,000l., and jewels, plate, and harness. Westm.
O. viii. 47. H. iii. p. iv. 147.
Pro dicto Duce, super Comitiva & Hernesiis.
An. 22. R. 2. Franc. 22. R. 2. m. 12.
Rex, Universis & Singulis Admirallis, &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd (de Gratia nostra speciali, & ex mero motu nostro) Concessimus & Licentiam Dedimus Thomae Duci Norffolciae,
Qui versus partes Exteras, in Almannia, Bohemia, & Hungaria, moraturus, ae ad trastretandum Mare magnum, Causâ Peregrinationis, juxta Ordinationem, apud Coventre, auctoritate Parliamenti, nuper factam, transiturus existit,
Quòd ipse tot, de Ligeis nostris, ad deserviendum eidem Duci, quot pro Servitio suo fuerint necessarii, in Comitiva sua, usque ad Numerum Quadraginta Personarum, habere,
Et ipsos, ac Mille Libras pro Expensis suis, necnon Vasa Aurea & Argentea, ac Jocalia, Armaturas, Hernesia, & Apparatus sua quaecumque secum, versus partes praedictas, traducere possit,
Et eisdem Ligeis nostris quòd ipsi, cum praefato Duce, ultra Mare transire, & in Comitiva sua, in Locis praedictis, morari possint, absque Impetitione, Dampno, seu Forisfactura quacumque;
Et ideò Vobis Mandamus quòd ipsum Ducem, cum Ligeis nostris praedictis, usque ad Numerum praedictum, versus Partes praedictas, unà cum Vasis, Jocalibus, Armaturis, Hernesiis, & Apparatibus suis praedictis, liberè & absque Impedimento aliquo, transire permittatis; aliquo Mandato nostro, vobis priùs in contrarium directo, non obstante.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, Tertio Die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 3. General request to all princes and nations to allow the duke of Norfolk safe conduct. Westm.
O. viii. 48. H. iii. p. iv. 148.
De Requestu Regio, ex parte dicti Ducis.
An. 22. R. 2. Ibid.
Rex, Universis & Singulis Regibus, Principibus, Ducibus, Marchionibus, Comitibus, Nobilibus, ac Populis, cujuscumque Statûs, Gradû s, & Dignitatis, Alimanniae, Bohemiae, & Hungariae, Salutem in omnium Salvatore.
Universitatem vestram multipliciter honorabilem, & quemlibet vestrûm per Se, attentiùs & efficaciùs quo possumus, Tenore Praesentium, requirimus & rogamus quatinus, Consanguineum nostrum, Thomam Ducem Norffolciae,
Qui, versus Regna, Dominia, & Potestates vestra, inibi moraturus, dirigit Gressus suos in praesenti,
Cùm ipsum in hujusmodi Regna, Dominia, & potestates vestra, seu alicujus vestrûm, accedere contigerit,
Nostrae Majestatis intuitu, & harum precum nostrarum speciali interventu, propensius recommendatum habentes,
Eundem Ducem, cum Familiaribus, Equis, Bonis, Hernesiis, & Rebus suis quibuscumque, recipiatis, & inibi Morari, seu per eadem Regna, Dominia, & Potestates, cum sibi placuerit, liberè transire, absque Impedimento seu perturbatione quacumque, benivolè permittatis,
Non inferentes eis, nec quomodolibet inferri permittentes, in Corporibus seu Bonis eorumdem, Dampnum, Impedimentum, Violentiam, Injuriam, Molestiam seu Gravamen, Quin potius, si egeant, eis in eorum agendis, Ministrare dignemini Consilium, Auxilium, & Favorem, ac Scortam, Salvumque & Securum Conductum, per Passus, Loca, & Dominia vestra, & cujuslibet vestrûm, rationabilibus Sumptibus & Expensis,
Et, si quid eis, in Personis vel Rebus, Injuriatum fuerit (quòd nollemus) id indilatè reformare curetis, nostris Precibus & Amore:
Nos siquidem Subditis vestris & cujuslibet vestrûm, cùm ad Regna seu Dominia nostra aliquos ex ipsis declinare contigerit, Favorem consimilem, & majorem, si indiguerint, vel eorum aliquis indiguerit, grato animo impendere promittimus, & de facto veraciter impendemus.
In cujus rei Testimonium, has Literas nostras Patentes fieri, & Magni Sigilli nostri munimine fecimus consignari.
Dat. in Palatio nostro Westm. Tertio Die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 3. Licence for Henry of Lancaster, duke of Hereford, to stay at Calais for a month. Windsor.
O. viii. 48. H. iii. p. iv. 148.
Pro Henrico de Lancastre, Duce Herefordiae.
An. 22. R. 2. Ibid. m. 11.
Rex, Capitaneo Villae suae Calesii, vel ejus Locum tenenti ibidem, ac Thesaurario Villae suae praedictae, ac omnibus aliis Officiariis & Ministris suis ibidem, Salutem.
Sciatis quòd (de Gratia nostra speciali) Concessimus, Consanguineo nostro, Henrico de Lancastre, Duci Herefordiae, quòd ipse dictam Villam Calesii, cum Duodecim Personis, ingredi, & ibidem per unum Mensem morari possit, ad Ipsum, cum Personis praedictis, inibi recreandum;
Et ideò vobis mandamus quòd ipsum Ducem Villam praedictam, cum Personis praedictis, ingredi permittatis, juxta Tenorem Praesentis Concessionis nostrae.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum nostrum de Wyndesore, Tertio die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 3. Licence for Henry of Lancaster, duke of Hereford, to remain at Sandgate for 6 weeks. Windsor.
O. viii. 49. H. iii. p. iv. 48.
Pro Duce praefato.
An. 22. R. 2. Franc. 22. R. 2. m. 13.
Rex, Capitaneo Castri sui de Sandgate, vel ejus Locum tenenti ibidem, Salutem.
Sciatis quòd (de Gratiâ nostrâ speciali) Concessimus, Consanguineo nostro, Henrico de Lancastre, Duci Herefordiae, quòd ipse Castrum praedictum, cum Familiâ, Equis, & Hernesiis suis, ingredi, & ibidem per Sex Septimanas morari possit, ad ipsum, cum Familiâ suâ praedictâ, inibi recreandum:
Et ideò vobis Mandamus quòd ipsum Ducem Castrum praedictum, cum Familiâ, Equis, & Hernesiis praedictis, ingredi permittatis, juxta Tenorem Praesentis Concessionis nostrae.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum de Wyndesore, tertio die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 8. Letters of attorney for Henry of Lancaster, duke of Hereford, in the names of William Armeston and John Leventhorp. Nine similar letters in different names. Westm.
O. viii. 49. H. iii. p. iv. 148.
Pro eodem Duce, de Attornato.
An. 22. R. 2. Ibid. m. 9.
Henricus de Lancastre, Dux Herefordiae,
Qui, juxta Ordinationem, apud Coventre, auctoritate Parliamenti, nuper factam, versus partes Transmarinas profecturus est,
Habet Literas Regis de Generali Attornatu, sub Nominibus Willielmi Armeston, & Johannis Leventhorp, sub alternatione, ad lucrandum &c. in quibuscumque Curiis Angliae, per unum Annum duraturas.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, octavo die Octobris.
Johannes de Wakeryng Clericus, recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Johannis Montagu Comitis Sarum, & Johannis Lovell Chivaler.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Hugonis de Waterton Chivaler, & Nicholai Bradshagh.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Henrici de Percy Comitis Northumbriae, & Thomae de Percy Comitis de Wygorniâ.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Thomae de Stanley Clerici, & Johannis Wakeryng Clerici.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Willielmi Gascoigne, & Roberti Tirwhit.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Ricardi Archiepiscopi Eborum, & Ricardi Episcopi Sarum.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Simonis Bache Clerici, & Willielmi Burgoyn.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Tidemanni Episcopi Wygorniae, & Petri de Bukton Chivaler.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Edwardi Ducis Abbe Marliae, & Willielmi le Scrop Comitis Wiltesiae.
Teste ut supra.
Idem Johannes Wakeryng recepit Attornamentum.
Oct. 8. The K. of England's instructions for the reformation and prorogation of the truce with Scotland. Westm.
O. viii. 50. H. iii. p. iv. 148.
Instructiones super Negotio Scotiae.
C'est L'appointement des Respounses du Roy d'Engleterra, des Requestes a lui faites par les Ambassiatours d'Escoce.
An. 22. R. 2. Ex Autogr.
Primerement, il Accepte la Prorogacion des Trieues, pur un An, selont le Teneur des Endentures, faites, a Haudenstank, parentre les Duces de Lancastre & de Rothesay, & sur ce il ad Comandez son Chaunceller de doner Confirmacion souz son Grant Seal.
Item, le Roy ad comandez que les Endentures, faites en Englois, soient Ensealees ovec les Sealx des Commissairs, & deliverez, a Kelsowe, le Sisme jour d'Octobre prochain venant; Receivent l'autre Partie desouz les Sealx des Commissairs d'Escoce.
Item, touchaunt la Reformacion de touz autres Articles, demandez & requis par les ditz Ambassiatours, le Roy ad Ordeignez, & envoiera Deux Chivalers & Un Escuier, a Haudenstank, le Lundy le Vynt & prime jour d'Octobre prochain venant, ovec Continuacion des Jours ensuantz, eantz plein Poair de Conoistre & Determiner touz Attemptatz, faitz encountre la vertue des Trieues, par Meer & par Terre, & de les faire estre Reformez, sicomes les Endentures, darreinement faites a Haudenstank, requerent, & selont le purport de les Trieues:
Et de Conoistre aussi sur les Defautes des Officers, si aucuns soient d'Ambedeux les Parties, & de lour faire duement estre Puniz & Reformez, sicome la Cause voet,
Au quel Jour les ditz Ambassiatours promettont qui lour Lige Seignur le Roy envoiera Gentz, de semble Estat, ovec sufficeant Poair de faire y ce mesme.
A quel Jour touz ceux, qui ount baillez sur autre Billes as Rois, Conservatours, Gardeins de la Marche, ou lour Deputez, serront garniz, & destreyntz de comparer, de Faire & Receiure sicome les dites Endentures requerent, les Trieues le veullent,
Et ces Commissairs Determineront, as Jour & Lieu susdit, sur touz Pleyntes des Attemptatz d'ambedeux les Roiaumes,
Forspris les Boundes de la Westmarche, les queux Commissairs, ou autres de semble Estat, le Lundy le jour de Novembre, a Lotheramabanstane, ferront & accomplieront, en toute forme & effect, come devant est escrit, touchaunt touz manieres Pleyntes de les Westmarches, d'ambedeux les Coustees.
Et ceux, qui soi sentent estre grevez, encountere la vertue des Trieues, & les Endentures prisdites, qui veullent bailler sus lour Billes de lour Pleyntes, deliveront lour Billes as Gardeins des Marches ou a leur Deputez, lesqueux mesteront & ferront Arester touz ceux deinz lour Boundes,
Et les Billes, sur eux donnees, hors de lour Boundes, envoieront as Conservateurs, ou a lour Deputez, issint que les Trespassours, d'ambedeux les Parties, purront estre Arrestuz de Coinparer, as Jour & Lieu susditz, de Faire & Accomplir ce qui dit est.
Item, est Accordez que, s'il plest au Roy d'Escoce, de Jurer la Prorogacion de ces Trieves pur un An, les Commissairs susditz averont Poair, a lour assemble a Hawdanstank, de Treter certain Jour, au quel Ambedeux les Rois puissent envoier lour Messages, de lour veoir Jurer entrechangeablement, & les Seignurs d'ambedeux les Roiaumes come il busoignera:
Et, si par aventure, de & sur aucunes Matires, q'as ditz Jour & Lieu serrount moevees, parentre les ditz Deputez de l'une & l'autre partie, ils ne pourrount accorder, pur defaute de plaine Conissance, vrais Proeve, ou autre Cause, soient les dites Matires mises en Respit, tanque a les Oytance de la Chaundeleure, a estre adonqes Reformez, par le Duc de Lancastre, & autres ovec lui, a estre Deputez pur la part de nostre dit Seignur, & le Duc de Rothesay, & autres ovec lui, a estre Deputez pur le Roi d'Escoce, qui, par la dite Cause, ferront a certain Lieu, a limiter le jour avandit.
En Tesmoignance de quele Chose a cest appointement nostre dit Seignur le Roy ad fait mettre ses Grant & Prive Sealx, & auxi son Signet.
Don. a Westm. le viij jour d'Octobre, l'an du Regne nostre dit Seignur le Roy Vint & second.
Le Roy R S.
Sub Magno Sigillo Angliae, &c. pendentibus a caudis Pergamenae
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Oct. 13. Grant of a cask of wine annually to Geoffrey Chaucer, the K's esquire. Westm.
O. viii. 51. H. iii. p. iv. 149.
Pro Galfrido Chaucer.
An. 22. R. 2. Pat. 22. R. 2. p. 1. m. 5.
Rex, Omnibus, ad quos, &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd, de Gratia nostra speciali, Concessimus, dilecto Armigero nostro, Galfrido Chaucer Unum Dolium Vini, percipiendum singulis Annis, durante Vitâ suâ, in Portu Civitatis nostrae Londoniae, per manus Capitalis Pincernae nostri pro tempore existentis.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo tertio die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 14. The K. orders the customers of London to allow Reginald Mowbray, herald, to export cloths of russet and blanket for the duke of Norfolk. Westm.
O. viii. 51. H. iii. p. iv. 149.
Super Vestura, pro Duce Norfolchiae.
An. 22. R. 2. Claus. 22. R. 2. p. 1. m. 23.
Rex, Collectoribus Custumarum & Subsidiorum suorum, in Portu Civitatis nostrae Londoniae, ac Custodibus Passagii in Portu praedicto, Salutem.
Mandamus vobis quòd Reginaldum Mowbray Heraldum, qui, de Licentiâ nostrâ, versus partes Exteras profecturus est, in eodem Portu, cum Quatuor Pannis de Russeto, & Sex Pannis de Blanketto integris, ad usum & Proficuum Thomae Ducis Norffolciae pro Vesturâ suâ, & Familiae suae, versus partes praedictas, liberè & absque Impedimento aliquo, seu Custumâ aut Subsidio ad opus nostrum pro Pannis praedictis solvendis, transire permittatis; aliquo Mandato nostro, vobis priùs in contrarium directo, non obstante; dumtamen aliqua, Nobis seu Regno nostro Angliae praejudicialia, secum non deferat quovis modo.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo quarto die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 15. Letters of attorney for Thomas duke of Norfolk in the names of Thomas Yokflete and Richard de Burgh. Six other letters of attorney for the same duke. Westm.
O. vii. 51. H. iii. p. iv. 149.
De Generali Attornato pro dicto Duce.
An. 22. R. 2. Franc. 22. R. 2. m. 8.
Thomas Dux Norffolciae,
Qui versus partes Exteras, in Almanniâ, Bohemiâ, & Hungariâ, moraturus, ac ad transfretandum Mare Magnum, in Peregrinationem, juxta Ordinationem, apud Coventre, Auctoritate Parliamenti, nuper factam, est transiturus,
Habet Llteras Regis de Generali Attornatu, sub nominibus Thomae Yokflete Clerici, & Ricardi de Burgh, sub alternatione, ad lucrandum &c. in quibuscumque Curiis Angliae, per unum Annum duraturas.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo quinto die Octobris.
Cancellarius recepit Attornamentum.
Consimiles Literas Regis de Generali Attornatu, habet idem Dux, sub nominibus subscriptis, sub eadem Datâ; videlicet,
Idem Dux, sub nomine Bartholomaei Bosan Lumbard.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Thomae de Etton, & Thomae de Brunham.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Thomae Gray de Heton Chivaler, & Willielmi Elmham Chivaler.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Johannis Seynt John Chivaler, & Johannis Rome Clerici.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Roberti de Goushill, & Johannis de Lancastre.
Idem Dux, sub nominibus Georgii Felbrigge Chivaler, & Ricardi Craddok Chivaler.
Oct. 15. Grant to Peter de Craon, lord de la Ferte Bernart, 3,000 crowns = 500l. annually. Westm.
O. viii. 52. H. iii. p. iv. 149.
Pro Petro de Craon, Domino de Ferte, Vassallo Regis.
An. 22. R. 2. Pat. 22. R. 2. p. 1. m. 7.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd (de Gratia nostra speciali) Concessimus, dilecto nobis, Petro de Craon, Domino de la Ferte Bernart, Tria Milia Scutorum, Pretii seu Valoris Quingentarum Librarum Monetae Anglicanae, percipienda Annuatim, ad Vitam suam, ad Scaccarium nostrum, ad Terminos Paschae & Sancti Michaelis, per aequales Portiones,
Ac, praetextu Concessionis nostrae Pensionis sive Feodi praedicti, praedictus Petrus Homagialis, & Vassallus, ac Homo Ligeus noster devenit,
Et Homagium Ligeum nobis fecit, ac Sacramentum praestitit quòd exnunc, in antea, erit Nobis, & Regiae Majestati nostrae, Fidelis, Homagialis, Vassallus, & Homo Ligeus, Bonumque nostrum ubicumque procurabit, & Malum nostrum pro Posse suo evitabit, & faciet evitari, ac omnia alia faciet, subibit, & adimplebit, quae & prout Fidelis, Homagialis, Vassallus, & Homo Ligeus, Domino suo facere debet, & tenetur ex debito, Consuetudine, & de Jure;
Intentionis tamen nostrae non existit, quòd licet Guerra inter Nos & illos de Franciâ, aliquo tempore futuro, mota seu exorta fuerit, quòd praefatus Petrus, propter hoc, Pensionem seu Feodum suum hujusmodi amittat:
Dumtamen idem Petrus, cum ipsis Francigenis, seu Inimicis, vel Adversariis nostris quibuscumque, Armatus seu Retentus, aut de eorum Consilio, Auxilio, Vi, Adhaesione, vel Favore, aut aliàs qualitercumque, per se, vel suos, clàm vel palàm, de caetero non fiat ullo modo.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo quinto die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 19. Commission to Thomas bp. of Carlisle and John de Montacute, earl of Salisbury, to request the payment of 100,000 francs due as the Q.'s dowry. Westm.
O. viii. 52. H. iii. p. iv. 149.
Super Dote Reginae, de Summa nomine Regis petenda.
An. 22. R. 2. Franc. 22. R. 2. m. 9.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd Nos,
De Fidelitate & Circumspectione providâ, Venerabilis Patris, Thomae Episcopi Karliolensis, ac carissimi Consanguinei nostri Johannis de Monte Acuto Comitis Sarum, plenissimè confidentes,
Eisdem, Episcopo & Comiti,
Ad Exigendum, petendum, & recipiendum pro Nobis, & nomine nostro, cum omni diligentiâ qua decet, de carissimo Patre nostro Franciae, aut ejus Commissariis vel Deputatis, Centum Milia Francorum Auri, & Nobis, in Regno nostro Angliae, usque praesentiam nostram deferendum,
Et praefato Patri nostro Literas nostras Acquietantiae, de praedicta Summa Centum Milium Francorum indè confectas, deliberandum,
Et ad omnia alia, quae circa Praemissa necessaria fuerint & oportuna, faciendum & exequendum, prout eorum discretionibus videbitur convenire,
Plenam, Tenore Praesentium, conferimus & committimus Potestatem;
Promittentes Nos Ratum, gratum, & firmum habituros quicquid per praefatos, Episcopum & ComItem, Actum, vel Gestum fuerit in Praemissis.
In cujus &c.
Dat. in Palatio nostro Westm. sub Magni Sigilli nostri Testimonio, decimo nono die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 19. Acquittance for the above sum. Westm.
O. viii. 53. H. iii. p. iv. 150.
De Acquietantia deliberanda.
An. 22. R. 2. Franc. 22. R. 2. m. 10.
Le Roy a touz ceux, qui cestes Lettres verront ou orront, Salutz.
Come par la Traite du Marriage,
N'adgaire fait & accorde entre, nos treschers & tresames Cousyns, Edward d'Everwyk Conte de Rotheland & de Cork, Ore Duc de Aumarle, Thomas Count Mareschall & de Notyngham, Ore Duc de Norffolk, & Guillem le Scrop nostre Chaumbreleyn, Ore Conte de Wilteshire, nos Procureurs & Messages especialx, aians de nous a ce plein Puissance, d'une part, &, nos treschers & tresamez Oncles Johan Duc, de Berry, Phelip Duc de Burgoyne, Loys Duc d'Orleans, & Loys Duc de Burboun, Procureurs & Messages especialx de nostre treschere & tresame Pier de Fraunce, autre part,
D'entre Nous & nostre treschere & tresame Compaigne la Roygne Aisne File de nostre dit Piere,
Le quelle Traite depuis ad est Ratifie, Approve, & Conferme par Nous & noz Lettres, & par nostre dit Pier & les Siennes,
Ycelluy nostre Piere,
Entre autres Choses, contenuz en dite Traite, & es Lettres sur ce faitz, & par Nous & par Luy confermez, come dit est,
Fuist tenuz paier & bailler a Nous, ou a nostre certeine Mandement, a l'Onure & pur Contemplacion du dit Mariage, & pur nostre dit Compaigne la Roigne sa File, & les Enfauntz, qi, au plaiser de Dieu, isteront, & serront procreez d'icelly Mariage, & les Descendantz d'eux, la Somme de Oete Centz Milles Franks d'Or (c'estassavoir) Trois Centz Milles Frankes a l'Anel & Solempnisacion du dit Mariage, & Centz Milles Franks en la fyn de l'An apres ycelle Solempnisacion,
La quelle Somme de Trois Centz Milles Franks, a l'Anel baille & la Solempnisacion du dit Mariage fait & parfait, nous feurent baillez, paiez, & noumbres, depar nostre dit Piere, par les mains de Raoul d'Auqtonville Esquier, a ceo comys depar luy, le Quart jour de Novembre, l'An de nostre Regne Vyntisme,
Et depuis la Somme de Cent Milles Frankes Nous furent auxi baillez & paiez depar nostre dit Pier, a la fyn del Primer An apres la dite Solempnisacion,
Come par noz severalx Lettres, d'Acquitance sur ceo faitz, puis pleinement appiert,
Savoir faisons qui Nous ount este bailes, paiez, & noumbres, depar nostre dit Piere, & nous avons Rescieu Comptans d'icelluy nostre Piere, par les mavnes de a ce commys depar Luy, la Somme de Cent Milles Franks,
La quelle Somme de Cent Milles Frankes Nous devoit estre paie & baille a la fyn del Second An apres la Solempnisacion de dit Marriage, come dit est, & ensi come il fuist convenu & accorde par le tenure de la dite Traite, & selonc la fourme & tenure d'icelluy, & de les Lettres sur ceo faitz,
De la quelle Somme de Cent Milles Franks, pur le Paiement del Secound An suisdit, ensi a nous Paie, compte, & noumbre, nous tenons a bien contentz, paiez, & agreez,
Et de ycelle Somme Cent Milles Frankes pur le Paiement de le Secound An suisdit, & de touz les Actions & Demandes, qui, pur occasion de mesme la Somme de Cent Milles Frankes, pur la Paiement del Second An fuisdit, purrons faire & intenter a nostre dit Piere, Nous QUITONS nostre dit Pier, sez Heirs, Successours, ou aiant cause de luy, PERPETUELMENT & a toutz jours,
Saunz ce qui james, en temps a venir, Nous, nostre dite Compaigne, ne les Heirs, Successours, ou aiantz cause de Nous & de Ele, en puissons ascune Chose demaunder, requerer, ne faire ou intenter Action ou Demaunde envers nostre dit Piere, ses Heirs, Successours, ou aiantz Cause de Luy, en quelle manere qui ceo soit, touchant les Cent Milles Frankes, a Nous ensy paiez, pur le Secound An avauntdit:
Et Promettons, en bon foy & en parole de Roy, avoir & tenir, a touz jours, Ferme & Agreable ceste nostre presente Quitance, & countre la Tenure d'ycelle non venir, ne faire venir, en quelque manere qui ceo soit, touchant le dit Paiement de Cent Milles Frankes, pur le Paiement de Secound An suisdit.
Ee Tesmoignance de quelle Chose, nous avons fait faire cestes noz Lettres Patentes.
Don. souz nostre Grand Seal a Westmonstier, le xix jour d'Octobre, l'An de Grace Mille, Troiscentz, Quatrevyntz, Dys & Oet, & de nostre Regne Vint & Second.
Par le Roy.
Oct. 19. Safe conducts for David earl of Crawfurde, John de Lyndsay, Adam Clerk, John Mortymer, and Robert Fauconer. Westm.
O. viii. 54. H. iii. p. iv. 150.
Pro David Comite de Crawfurde & aliis de Scotia.
An. 22. R. 2. Scot. 22. R. 2. m. 8.
Rex, per Literas suas Patentes, usque Festum Sancti Michaelis, proximò futurum, duraturas, suscepit in salvum & securum Conductum suum, ac in Protectionem, Tuitionem, & Defensionem suas speciales, David Comitem de Crawfurde, cum Triginta Equitibus in Comitivâ suâ, &c. ut in Literis de Conductu.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo nono die Octobris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Consimiles Literas Regis, de salvo Conductu, habent Johannes de Lyndesay, Adam Clerk, Johannes Mortymer, & Robertus Fauconer, cum Sex Equitibus in Comitiva suâ,
Cum additione istius verbi Mercandisando &c.
Proviso quòd iidem &c. legales excerceant Mercandisas,
Et ante Ingressum &c.
Teste ut supra.
Per ipsum Regem.
Oct. 26. Treaty between the English and Scotch commissioners for the return of prisoners and the observance of the truce. Handenstank.
O. viii. 54. H. iii. p. iv. 150.
Conventiones super Treugis Scotiae.
An. 22. R. 2. Ex Autogr.
At Haudanstank, the xxvi day of the Moneth of October, the Yher of Grace M.CCC. LXXX. and XVIII.
Betwix Sire William of Borthwic, Sire Jon of Remorgny Knyghtis, and Adam Forstar Squier, Commissairs of a hey and myghti Prince the Kyng of Scotland on the ta part; and Sire Jon Bussy, Sire Henry Grene, Knyghtis, Maistre William Feryby Clerk, and Lawrence Dreu Squier, Commissairs of a hey and myghti Prince the Kyng of Ingland on the tothir part,
It is ACCORDIT in the manere efter followand,
In The First, forthi that it was ACCORDIT and ORDAINT throw, myghti Princes and Lordis, the Dukes of Rothesay and of Lancastre, that al manere of Prisoners, that has bene takin on bath the sides, sen the begynnyng of the Trewis, tane at Lollyngame the Yher lxxx and nyne, suld be frely deliverit, and thai that Raunson had payit, thair Raunson til have bene restorit to thaim befor the Fest of Myssommyr last past, as it apperis plainly be the Endentures tharof mad, of the qwhilk Ordenance ful Execution is noght mad til this tyme,
And tharfor the Commissairs forsaid Will and Ordains that ful and deu Execution be made of the said Ordenance in this manere (that is to say) that al Prisoners, that ar undeliverit, be freli deliverit before the Fest of Alhawlowmesse that nest commis, and al thai, that Raunson has payit, sal have thair Raunsom restorit til thaim befor Kandilmesse day that nest commis,
To the fulfillyng of the qwhilk the Erle of the Marche, Wardain of the Est Marche of Scotland is oblist, be his Letter to Sire Henri Percy, Wardain of the Est March of Ingland, and the said Sire Henry is oblist, be his Letter to the said Erle, aither for his Boundis agaynis other,
And Sire Richart of Rothirfurde, Sire Willame Stewart, Knyghtis, Walter Scot, Thomas Tornebule, and Robert of Lawedre ar Borowis for the Erlis Boundis of Douglas of the mydil Marche,
And Sire Thomas Gray of Heton, and Sire Thomas Gray of Horton, Knyghtis, Robert Umfravile Son of Mydforde, and Thomas of Knayton, ar Borowis for Sire Henry Percys Boundis for the Est March,
The qwhilk Borowis are aithir oblist til other in gud faith, and ye forsaid Commissairs are bondin, in thair Kyngs name, for al Prisoners and Raunsons of withowt the Boundis of the Marches,
And, gif it hapins that ony Prisoner or Prisoners be withhaldyn agaynis this Ordenance, he or thai, that haldis thaim, shall be constreignyt, be the Lordis Commissairs to bath the Kyngis, at thair metyng at Dayis and Placis undir writtin, to deliver the said Prisoners frely, and Assith thaim of the Harmis that thai have susteint in deffault of thair Deliverance efter this Ordenance, and for to pay the valeu of the Prisoners Raunsond, to the said Lordis Commissairs, for thair Disobeissance,
And, gif ony Raunson be unrestorit at the Fest of Kandilmesse forsaid, the withhaldar or the withhaldars sal be constreignyt, be the said Lordis, to restore the Raunson or Raunsons to the Parties, and to pay the double to the Lordis for thair Disobeissance.
Item, it is ACCORDIT and ORDAINT that al Prisoners, that has bene takin on bath the Parties sen the xvi day of the Moneth of March that last was, ar and sal be quicly and frely deliverit with thair Hors and thair Harnais, restorand the Harmis that thai did in the tyme of the takyng qwhen thai ressave thair Hors and thair Harnais.
And gif ony be raunsond, and thair Raunsons payit partie or all, that Raunson sal be restorit to thaim befor the Fest of Kandilmesse forsaid, upon the payne of paying the Double in the manere forsaid.
And al Prisoners that ar Lattin to Borgh, and al Men that ar Borowis for Payment of Raunsons, sal be frely dischargit of Payment and of Entre withouten reprofe,
Owtane that Adam of Gordon, Willame the Barde, and Adam Franche ar Lattin to borgh to the said Commissairs of Scotland for til appere at the next day of Metyng of the gret Commissairs of bath the Reaumes, undir the payne of thre M. Pounde,
Ye qwhilk Commissairs ar oblist, in thair Kyngis name, for til appere the said Persones befor the said Lordis Commissairs as hale Men and sounde, undir the payn forsaid, for til undergang and fulfil the Ordenance of the said Lordis Commissairs of it that sal be said agaynis thaim, and alswa that thai sal noght do, ne ger do, agaynis the Kyngis Trewis in the mene tyme.
And the cause is that ther Men ar noght frely deliverit, forthi that it is borne thaim on hand, throw the Partie of Ingland, that thai ar, and has bene, commoune Trew Brekars, and unmesurit Harmis has don within the tyme of this Trewis, the knawlage of the qwhilk the Commissairs forsaid thynkis mast fittand to the forsaid Lordis.
Item, forthi that commoune vois is, on bath the sidis, that Scotismen borne, ressauit to the Feaute of Ingland, and dwelland on the Marches of Ingland, and Inglish men borne, ressauit to the Feaute of Scotland, ad dwelland on the Marchis of Scotlond, ar principale Cause of distroublance of the quiet of bath the Reaumes, it is ACCORDIT and ORDAINT that, fra hein forthwart, thar sal na Scottismen be ressauit to ye faith of Ingland, ne nane Inglish man to the faith of Scotland, the qwhilest that the said Commissairs, mak relation to bath thair Kyngis of this Article; and thane, gif it lik to bath the Kyngis, this Ordinance sal be kepit endurant ther Trewis;
And tha Scottis borne men, that now ar ressauit, syn the begynning of ther Trewis, ta the faith of Ingland, sal be constreyngt to dwelle and mak residence on Southalf the Watir of Tyne in Ingland befor Candlemess nest command,
And al the Inglish borne men ressauit to the Faith of Scotland, syn the begynyng of the said Treuis, sal be constreingnt to dwelle and mak residence als for fra the Marches as Edynburgh be the said tyme.
And, gif any, on aither side, beis fondyn dwelland, command, or gangand nerrar the Marches than the Boundes forsaid, the Officers of that Contre, that he beis foundyn in, sal be haldin, throw vertue of thair Oithis & Office, to tak him or thaim swa brekand Ordenance, and to deliver him or thaim to the Wardains of the Marche of the Partie adverse, to demain at their lyking; and this Ordenance til be kepit, at the lyking of the Kyngis as is forsaid.
Item, it is ACCOR DIT that al Marchantz and their Gudis, that has ben tane by Se, or be Land, sen the begyning of the said Trewis, sal be frely deliverit, withowten obstakil, on bath the Parties with al gudly hast (that is to say) tha that ar unassithit this Day.
Item, for als mykil as thair has ben mony and gret Attemptance done syn the begynyng of ther Trewis on bath the sidis, ye qwhilkis ar unredressit to this tyme, the Reformation of the qwhilkis requer gret laiser and tyme, the qwhilkis the said Commissairs ne may noght, for faut of laisure, at this tyme particularly ger be refourmyd and amendit, it is ACCORDIT and ORDANIT that the Wardains of the Marches, throw thaim self, or throw their Deputes, sal every Moneth hald certainz dayis of Redresse, and gar refourme and redresse al Attemptatz and Mystakyngis that has ben done agaynis ther Trewis, after the Teneur of the Endentures mad, at Haudenstank, the xvi day of Marche last past; and, qwhat tyme that that Endenture be reformyd, it sal be lefful to the Partie of Ingland til gif up qwhat Bil ta thaim likis, the qwilk sal be Redressit and assithit with the Redresse of the forsaid Endentures; and thane, that done, the Partie of Scotland sal gif up qwhat Bille that thaim list, till be Redressit in the samyn manere.
And, gif it hapins (as God forbed) that any Attemptat or Attemptatz bene unrefourmyd or unredressid, in deffaut or negligence of the Wardains of the Marches or thair Deputes, on owthir Partie, the said Lordis, at thair Metyng, sal tak knawlage and ger try in qwais deffaut tha Attemptatz leins unrepaired and unamendit, and sal punice hym or thaim that beis fondyn Deffautif, in swilke manere that it be Ensaumple til al other Officers in tyme til come; and this sal be done at the Metyng of the gret Commissairs before all othir thyngs; and, for to make cler knawyng to the Lordis, in qwais Deffaut the said Redresse leins unmade, it is ORDANIT that the Wardains, or thair Deputes, sal Endente, at ilk Day and Place, the manere of thair departyng.
Item, it is ACCORDIT and ORDANIT, that for the mar sikir kepynt of the Trewis in time til come, that gif ony man of the ta Reaume dois harme with in ye tothir Reaume (as Takyng or Slaghtir of Men, or Takyng of Gudis, or Brynnyg of Housis, or Takyng of Castell or Forteresce) the Wardains of the Marches, gif he be within thair Boundis, fra thai be requerit, sal be haldyn for to bryng that Misdoar or Misdoars to knawledge of Marche; and qwha sa beis fondin culpable of ony sik Trespas, done in tyme il come, he or thai sal be deliverit to the Partie, that has sustient the Schath, to Sla or Raunsoun at thair lykyng; and Castellis and Forteresces, swa takin, sal be deliverit; and, gif Plaint be that ony sik Misdoar be without the Boundis of the Marches, the Conservatours or thair Deputes sas be haldyn to do and fulfil, in the manere forsaid, on bath the Partiez; purvay'd that the Heritages on bath the sidis stand in the fourme and vertue as is compris'd with in the Trewis.
Item, it is ORDANIT, that the Garnisons of the Castellis sal noght Inquitte the Habitans of the Contre agaynis the vertu of the Trewis.
And it is ALSWA ORDANIT that na Man sal Distrouble the Garnisons, ne let thaim to Bryng ne to By thair Vitailles ne their Meubles to thar Castellis; and that the Habitans of the Contre sal do thair Devoirs and Dewtes to the Castellis, as the Trewis wil.
Item, it is ACCORDIT that, to the fulfillyng of the Articles befor writtin, and for othir special cause twochand both the Reaumes, the Duk of Rothysay, or ellis som othir gret Lord of the Kyngis blode of Scotland, with Consel of the Kyngis of Scotland, sal be at Edynburgh the first day of Marche nest command, or ellis on the Sonday Thre Wikis ester pase thar after nest, qwilk that it mast likand to the Kyng of Scotland, of the qwilk he sal ger certifie the Kyng of Ingland be the Fest of YHOLE nest command; and that the Duk of Lancastre, or ellis som othir gret Lord, of the Kyngis blode of Ingland, with Counsel of the Kyngis of Ingland, with him, sal be at the Newcastle ane of the samyn Dayis, at the lykyng of the Kyng of Ingland, of the qwilk he sal ger certifie the Kyng of Scotland the YHOLE that nest commis.
And at qwilk Day it lik to bath the Kingis that the said Lordis, with Consaille, be at the Placis forsaid, it is ACCORDIT that thai sal send thair Messages entrechangebly, aither till othir, til certifie the Willis of both thair Kyngis, swa that, or thai depart forthir fra the Marches, thai sal mete at a certain day that be most likand to thai both, owthir at Haudynstank, or ellis at some othir Place that be mar likand to bath the Parties, and thair do and fulfil al that to thaim pertenis of this Endenture.
Item, it is ACCORDIT and ORDAINT that, to the Execution of ther Articles aboven writtin, the Wardains of the Myddil Marche, or thair Deputes, sal mete at Gainelispeth on the morne ester the Fest of Saint Martin that nest commis, and swa, fra Moneth til Moneth, at Dayis and Placis, as it may be accordid betwix the said Wardains or thair Deputes, ay qwiles that al the Articles aboven written be fullely refourmyd and Redressit, and on the Thorisday a sevenyght, nest folowand, the Wardains of the Est Marche, or thair Deputes, sal assemble to do and fulfil as is aboven writtin.
Item, it is ACCORDIT and ORDAINT that na Man, on nowthir side, sal gif ne tak Tribute ne Raunsons for Protections ne Asseverances endurand ther Trewis; bot that ilk Man sal lelily kepe and ger kepe the Kyngis Trewis withowte fraude or guyle.
Item, it is ACCORDIT that the Kyng of Scotland sal ger certifie the Kyng of Ingland, before YHOLE that nest commis, at qwhat Day he may be fondyn in covenable Place, qwhar the Kyng of Ingland may send his Messages to se hym Swere to this Trewis, and that the Kyng of Scotland may send til hym to se hym Swere the samyn; and the cause of this delay is, that the Kyng of Scotland is occupyit in sik Placis, qwhar it war noght eseful till the Kyngis Messages of Ingland to come til his presence.
Item, it is ORDANIT and ACCORDIT that al manere of Man, of bath the Reaumes, sal have fredome to follow thair Gudis, that beis Stollin, or Rest fra thaim, with Honde and Horne, out of the ta Reaume in the tohir at thair likyng, or in what gudely manere they list with owten Bow and Sphere; And that na Man be swa hardy to Distrouble any Man in to sik Folowing, on payn of tynsail of Lyfe and Lyme.
Alswa, it is ACCORDIT that al Scathis, that has ben recoveryt befor Wardains or thair Deputes on aither Partie, sal be payit and assithit be Kandilmesse day that nest commis.
Yn the Witnes of qwhilk thyngs the Seel of Sire Willame of Borthnic, the Signet of Sire Jon of Remorgny, and the Seel of the Abbot of Melros, procurit throw Adam Forstar for the Partie of Scotland; and the Seels of Sire Jon Bussy, and Sire Henry Grene, the Signets of Maistre Willame Feryby, and Lawrens Dreu, for the Partie of Ingland, to the Parties of thise Endenture enterchangebly ar put the Place, Day, and Yher forsaid.
Sub tribus Sigillis rubeâ cerâ expressis pendentibus a caudis pergamenae.
Oct. 28. Agreement between the above-mentioned commissioners for the restitution of a ship belonging to William Gednay, taken by sir John of Hamylton of Cadyaw, and for redress for an attack on Roxburgh by sir William Stewart. Hawdenstank.
O. viii. 57. H. iii. p. iv. 151.
Super Deliberatione Prisonariorum.
An. 22. R. 2. Ex Autogr.
At Hawdenstank, the xxviij day of October, the Yhere of our Lord M. CCC. nynty and aucht,
Betuix Sire William of Borthewick, Sire John of Remorgeney, Knichts, and Adam Forster Squier, Commissairs of a Hey and Mythey Prince the Kyng of Scotland, and Sire John Busshy, Sire Henri Grene, Knychts, Maister William Fereby, and Lawrence Drew Squier, Commissairs of a Hey and mychty Prince the Kyng of England,
It is ACCORDIT in the manere after folowand,
In The Fyrst Vyu it appers be an Endenture made, at the Place foresaid, betwix, mychty Princes and Lordes, the Dukes of Rothesay and of Lancastre, the xvi day of Marce last passit, that all manere of Prisoners, that has bene taken, on bathe the sides syn the beginning of the Trewes, tane, at Lewlynghame, the Yhere &c. auchty and nyne, suld be quietly and frely Deliverit,
Of the qwhilk Sire John of Hamylton of Cadyaw, Sir John of Hamylton of Finyngalton, and syndry Marchands of Scotland with thaim, beand taken in a Shipp thruch William Gednay and his Cumpany, and accusit that you suld have dane agaynes the Trewes, war and ar frely Deliveryt, notht agayn standand the Accusation pretendit agaynes thaim,
Qwarefore it ys ORDAYND and ACCORDIT, thruch the Commissairs foresaid, that yere Shippe and all your Gudes, ore elles the Price yareof, sall be frely Deliveryt to them in yis maner; the Gudes, that came to the Kyngs Officers of England, the Kyng sall garr Pay and Restore, and ye Takars sall be constreynet be your Kyng to Restore the Surpluis ester as the Plaintifs may prove, ore ell deliver your Bodys fore the Gudes qwar you faile of Payement.
Item, Sire Ph. of Staneley, Capitaine of Roxburgh geve a Bille pleynand of the Erle Son of Douglas, and sundry Men in the Cumpany with him, of the qwhilke Sire William Stewart was ane, hat you hadde broken the Brig of Roxburgh, Brynt yair Towne, and spuylit that, Broken yair Welles, and Brynt thair Hay, and thair Fuell, to thair Scathes of Twa Thowsand Pund;
And, forethy that the said Sire William was present on the feylde, he was constreynit tyll answer tyll the said Compleynt; to the quhilk he Answerit, sayand, that the brekyng of the Brig, the Brynnyng of the Hay, and the Fuel, hys Lorde dyd of purpose thynkand that he micht do that lauchfully, notht agayne standand the Trewis, forethy that all was and ys Scoct Mennys Heritage; never the less, qwhethir it be fully justifabyle ore nocht, the cannocht say; bot, gif it beys determynyt be the Commissairs ane Attemptate againe the Trewes, it sall be Amendit as it aw to be;
The Brennyng and the Sprething of the Town he graunts till Amend as a thynge done agayne his Lords defense, and alsa agayne the Trewes;
The quhilk Answer herd, the said Commissairs has referrit the knallage of this Article ta thair Lordes for the heyness of the mater.
Item, how swa that it is ACCORDIT, in the grete Indenture, that all maner of Persons, on bath the sydes, sud be Deliverit by Alhalowmess next comand; the qwilk the Commissairs forsaid ar oblist for al Persons, beand with out the Boundes of the Marches, fore als mykell as Persons may be with halden infeir Marches of bathe the Rewmes, the qwilk peraudventur may nocht fathfayly be Deliveryt,
It is ACCORDIT that thaia gair al Persons, of without the Boundes, be Deliveryt with all gudely hast, that thai may sa that thai be Deliveryt be YHOLE next comand at the lattast.
In the Witness of the qwhilk things the Sele of Sire William of Borthwick, the Seignet of Sire John of Remorgny, and the Sele of the Abbat of Melros, procurit throw Adam Forster, for the partie of Scotland; and the Selis of John Bussy and Sire Henry Grene, the Seignets of Maister William Fereby and Lawrence Drew, for the Partie of Ingland, to the partiez of this Indenteris interchangeably are to put at Day, Place, and Yhere forsaide.
Sub tribus Sigillis, cerâ rubeâ expressis, pendentibus a caudis pergamenae.
Nov. 6. Additional articles for the observance of the truce above mentioned. Clochmabanestane.
O. viii. 58. H. iii. p. iv. 152.
De Appunctuamentis super Treuga antedicta.
An. 22. R. 2. Ex Autogr.
At Clochmabanestane, the vi day of November the Yere of Grace M.CCC. nynty and aucht,
Betwex Sire Willame of Borthwyk, Knycht, and Roger of Gordown Sqwiere, Commissarez of the Hey and Mychty Prince the Kyng of Scotlande, on the ta Parte, And Sire John Bussie, and Sire Henry Grene Knychtez, Maistre Willame Firiby Clerc, and Lawrence Drewe, Squiere, Comissaires of the Hey and Mychty Prince the Kyng of Ingland on the tothir parte,
It is ACCORDIT in the manere ester folowand,
In The First, forthly that it was ACCORDIT and ORDANIT throw, Mighty Princes and Lords, the Dukys of Rothesay and of Lancastre, that al manere of Prisoners, that has bene takyn on bath the syds, syn the begynnyng of the Trewes, takin, at Lollynhame, the Yhere and the last auchty and nine, suld be frely Deliverit, and thai that Ransowne had pait the Raunson til half bene restorit to thaim before the Feeste of Mydsomer last past, as it appers plainly be the Endentures thareof made, Of the qwilk Ordenance ful Execution is notht made to this tyme.
And thairfore the Commissairs forsaid WIL and OR DANYT that ful and due Execution be made of the said Ordennance in this menere (that is to say) that al Prisoners, that are undeliverit be frely deliverit before the Feeste of Saint Martin that nest commis, And al thai, that Raunson has payit, sal haf thair Ransom restorit til thaim before the fastyngange Sonday that nest commys,
To the fulfilling of the qwils Sire John of Johnstowin, Sire John of Corlel, Sire Willame Stewarte of Castel-mylke, Knychts, Harbarte of Corry, John of Carruthirs, John of Glendowyne, Symown of Glendonwyne, Nicol Litil, Alexander Armystrang, Geffry Armystrang, Davy Armystrang, and William Nykson are Borowis for the Erlis Bownds of Douglas for the West Marche of Scotland,
And the samyn Knyghts and Sqwiers has Heytht, before the said Commissairs, be thare gude Faithis, that thai sal wele and trewly kepe thir presentz Trewis that ar Accepts be bathe the Kyngs, and at thai sal Redress, and ger be Redressyt, wele and trewly, eftir thair lele powair, al the Attemptats done syn the begynnynge of the said Trewis takyn at Lollynghame, without frawde or gyle, ester the fourme and the effect of the said Endenturs, made at Hawdenstank, the xvi day of March last passit, be the forsaid Duks of Rothyssai and Lancastre, and the fourm of the Trewes forsaid; and at thai sal, with thair poware, lett al Men, of the Party of Scotland, that wuld passe thrw thair Bownds to do harme in Ingland or til any Inglisman,
And John of Skelton Lewtenant of the West Marche of Ingland is Borgch in the of the samyn Marche semblably to do, and fulfil the said Ordennance,
And Sire Peris Tilzoll, Sire Willame Culwey, Sire Willame of kee, Sire John of Simivili, Sire Willame of Swynburng, and Robert Umfraville, Knychts, Willeme of Stappilton, Giffray Tiliol, Rolland the Vaux, John of Dalmon, Richart of Salchela, Thomis of the Sands, Dikker of Skelton, and Willame of Temudulawe erre Borrowis, for the samyn Bownds, to do and fulfil that that to thaim longys in this Marche, at thaire lele poware, without fraude or gyle,
And the samyn Knychts and Squiers of Ingland has Heytht, before the said Commissairs, be thaire gude faythe, that thai sal weli and trewly kepe thir presentz Trewes that ar Accepts be bath the Kyngs, and at thai sal Redresse, and ger be Redressyt, wele and trewly, eftir thair lele poware, al Attemptats syn the begynynge of the saidz Trewes, takin at Lollynghame, withouten fraude or gile, efter the fourme and the effect of the forsaid Endenturs madz at Hawdenstanke, the xvi day of Marce last passyt, be sye forsaidz Duykys of Rothissay and of Lancastre, and the fourme of the Trewes forsaid; And at thai sal, with thair powair, lett al men of Ingland, that wald passe thrw thair Bownds, to do harme in Scotlande, or to any Scotis man,
And the forsaid Commissairs ar bundyn, in thair Kyngs name, for al Prisoners and Ransowns of without the Bounds of the West Marche,
And gif it happnys that ony Prisownere or Prisowners be withalden agaynis this Ordenance, he or thai that halds yaim sal be constreynyt be the Lords Commissairs, to bathe Kyngs, at thair Metyng at Day and Place, that thai sal and ordeine, at thair metynge at the Est March, before thair departing, for to be at the West Marche, in thair awyne Persowne, or be suffisand Commissairs of thaire Kyngs, to deliver the saidz Prisoners and assythe thaim of the Harmes that thai haf sustenyt, in defawte of thair Deliverance, ester this Ordenance, and for to pay the value of the Prisonners Ransown, to the said Lordis Commissairs, for thair Disobeyssance,
At qwilk Daiz and Place the said Lords, or the said Commissairs, sal Redresse, and ger be Redressyt, al manere of Trespasse and Attemptatz done agayns the Trewis, and the Fourme of the Endenturs, made, at Hawdenstank, the xvi day of Marce, and the xxvi day of October last passyt,
And, gif ony Ransown be unrestorit at Fastigange Sonday forsaid, the Withaldare, or the Withaldars, sal be constreiynyt, be the said Lords, to restore the Ransown or the Ransowns to the Partize, and to pay the Double to the Lords for thair Disobeyssance.
Item, it is ACORDIT and ORDANYT that al Prisonners, that has bene takyn on bath the Partis, syn the xvi day of the Moneth of Marce at last was, er and sal be qwicly and frely Deliverit with thair Hors and yair Harness, Restorand the Harmes that thai dyd in the tyme of thair takyng qwen thai ressave thair Hors and thair Harness,
And gyf ony be Ransown'd, and thair Ransown pait party or al, that Ransowne sal be restorit to thaim befor Fastgang Sonday forsaid, in the payne of paying the Double in the manere forsaid,
And al Prisoners that are Lattin to Borgh, and all men that arr Borrowis for Payment of Ransowns, sal be frely Dischargit of Payment, and of entre withoutin Reprofe,
And al Obligations, Seurtes, and Promesses, generale or speciale, made for Prisoners or Ransons, and al othir Chargs that is put to thaim, be ony colour of Band or Borowe, be cawse of thaire takying, sal be voyde, and want thaire strenthe and effect,
And wa sa dois agayne this Ordenance, he sal be constreygnyt, be the saidz Lords, or thair Commissairs, to pay the Double to thaim of that, that he ask.
Item, forthy that commowne voici is, on bathi the Syds, that Scotis-men born, resavyt to the Fewte of Inglande, and dwelland on the Marches of Ingland, and Inglis-men borne, ressauyt to the Fewte of Scotland, and dwelland on the March of Scotland, ar principale caws of the Distrowblance of the quiete of bathi the Rewmez,
It is ACCORDIT and ORDANYT that, fra hyn forwarde, thare sal na Scots-man be ressavyt til the Fewte of Ingland, ne nane Inglis-man til the Fewte of Scotland, the qwiles that the said Commissairs mak relation til bath thar Kyngs of this Article,
And thain, yf it lik to bath the Kyngs, this Ordenance sal be kepit endurant the Trewes,
And tha Scotts borne men, that now ar ressavit syn the begynnyng of the Trewes til the Fewte of Ingland, sal be constreignyt to dwelle and mak residence alsfer fra the Marche as the Bowis in Ingland, before Candilmes nest command,
And all the Inglis-borne, men ressavyt to the Fewte of Scotland, syn the begynnyng of the saidz Trewes, sal be constreignyit to dwelle and mak residence alsfer fra the Marches, as Pebles, Crawfourd, or Corsnecon, be the samyn tyme,
And gyff ony, of aithir syde, be fundyn Dwelland, or Gangand nerrar the Marches thane the Bownds forsaid, the Officers of that Contre that he beis fundyn in, sal be haldin, be the vertue of thair Othys and Office, to tak hym or thaim swa brokand this Ordennace, and to deliver hym or thaim to the Wardanys of the Marche of the Party advers, to demayne at thair likyng,
And this Ordennace to be kepit at the likyng of the Kyngs as is forsaid.
Item, it is ACCORDIT, that al Merchands and thaire Guds, that has bene takin be See or be Lande syn the begynnyng of the said Trewes, sal be frely deliverit, withouten obstacle, on bath the Partize, with all gudly haste (that is to sa) tha that ar unassyth this day.
Item, fore alsmekl as thare has bene mony and gret Attemptatz done, syn the begynnyng of their Trewez, on bath the syds, the qwilk ar Unredressyt to this tyme, the Refourmation of the qwilk requers gret laisere and tyme, the qwilk the saidz Commissairs ne may notht at rhis tyme partic'larly ger be Reformyt and Amendit,
It is ACCORDIT and ORDANYT that the Wardanys of the Marches, thr'w thaim self, or thr'w thair Deputz, sal everilk Moneth hald certene Daiz of Redresse, and ger Refourme and Redress al Attemptatz and Mystakyngs that has bene adone aganez thir Trewiz, efter the tennour of the Endenturs made at Hawdenestank the xvi day of Marce last passyt,
And gyf it hapnys, (as God forbede) that ony Attemptate or Attemptats bene Unrefourmyt or Unredressyt in defawte or necligence of the Wardanys of the Marchez or thair Deputz on owthir Party, the saidz Lords or the sayd Commissairs, at thair Metyng at the Eest Marche, sal tak knawlage, and ger try in qwais Defawte the Attemptatz levys Unreparit and Unamendit, and sal Punyss hym or thaim that beis fond in Defautife in swilk manere, that it be Ensawmple til al uthir Officers in tyme to com: and this sal be done at the Metyng of the grete Lords or thair Commissairs befor al othir thing;
And for to mak clere knowyng to the Lords in qwais Defaute the said Redress levys unmade, it is ACCORDIT that the Wardanys or thair Deputz sal endent at ilk Day and Place the maner of thair departyng.
Item, it is ACORDIT and ORDANYT that, for the mar siwirr kipyng of the Trewis in tyme to com, that gyf any man of the ta Rewme do harme within tothir Rewme (as Takyng or Slaghtir of Men, or Takyng of Guds, or Brennyng of Howses, or Takyng of Castel or Fortress) the Wardanys of the Marche, yf he be within thair Bownds, fra thai be requerit, sal be haldin for to bryng the Mysdoer or Mysdoers to the knawlage of Marches; and qwa sa beis fundyn culpable of ony sylk Trespas done in tyme to com, he or thai sal be Deliverit to the Party that has sustenyt the Scath, to Sla or Ransown at thair likyng, and Castel and Fortress swa Takin sal be Deliverit,
And gyf Plaint be that ony silk Mysdoer be withouten the Bownds of the Marche, the Conservatours, or thair De- puts, sal be haldin to do and fulfil in the manere forsaid of bath the Partize; purvait that Heritages on bathe the Syds stand in the fourme and vertue as is compris'd within the Trewes.
Item, it is ACCORDIT and ORDANIT, that to the Execucon of the Articles abovyn writtin, that the Wardanys of the West Marche of Scotland, or his Deputes, sal mete at Clowthmabanestan for Galway, Nythysdale, and Annalerdendale with the Wardane of the West Marche of Ingland or his Deputes, the Thorysday the xiv day of November, for to Redresse and Refourme al Attemptats done agayne the vertue of their Trewis efter the fourme of the saidz Endenturs, and sa fra Moneth to Moneth, at Daiz and Places to be ACCORDIT betwix the saidz Wardanez or thair Deputz, qwilez al Attemptatz be fully redressyt, and at the same Day and Place thai of Cawfourd-Mure sal appere to do and mak Redresse in the manere forsaid,
And in the semblable manere sal the saidz Wardanes, or thair Deputez, assemble at Kircander, the Mounownday, the xviii day of this same Moneth, for Eskdale and Lyddalysdale,
And thai of Tyndale and Ryddysdale sal mete at the same Place of Kircander with thai of the West Marche of Scotland, at al thair daiz of Redresse, fry Mychelmes, thair daiz of Redresse sal be haldein at Cresshope bryg.
Item, it is ACCORDIT, be the Commissairs forsaidz, that the Deputes of the Erle of Douglas, Tevydale, and Jedeworth Forest, sal assemble with the Deputes of the Wardane of the West Marche of Ingland, the day, the xxvi day of this Moneth of November, at the said Cressop Bryg, and swa fra Moneth to Moneth to Refourme and Redress al Attemptats done on bathe the Syds,
And the forsaid Commissairs of the Kyngs of Scotlande has Heythit, in thair Kyngs Name, that, at the said Day and Place, and sa fra Moneth to Moneth, the forsaid Deputes of Tevydale and Jedworth Forest, sal appere and do Redress of al Attemptats after the fourme of the Trewes and the saidz Endenturs; and in the same wyse the Commissairs of Ingland has Heytht to be done on thair syde.
Item, for alsmekil as the Commissairs of Scotland has Allegyt that deu Reformacion and Redress of Attemptatz has notht bene done before this tyme, for that that, on the Party of Ingland, has bene gret changyng of Wardanys on the West Marche syn the tyme of this Trewis, the qwilk wil notht Redress bot ilke man for his awyne tyme,
It is GRANTYT, be the Commissairs of Ingland, that the Lewtenant of the West Marche of Ingland sal haf suffizand poware alswele of his Legys Lord the Kyng of Ingland, as of the Wardane of the said West Marche, within twa Moneths efter this day, for to Repair and Redress al manere of Attemptatz langand to his Bownds, syn the begynnyng of this Trewes,
And alswa that, be the same tyme, thair sal be ordanyt Deputz of the Conservatours, to mete at ilke day of Redress, what the Deputz of the Wardanys to do and fulfil that y to thair Office, withoutin the Bownds of the Marches.
Item, it is ORDANYT, and ACCORDYT that al manere of Men, of bath the Rewmes, sal haf fredome to Folowe thair Gudis, that beis Stollin or Restit fra thaim, with Hunde and Horne, owt of the ta Rewme into the toyir, at thair lykyng, or in qwhat gudly manere that thaim lyste, withoutin Bowe and Spere, and at na Man be sa hardy to distroble ony Man in syk folowyng, of payne of tynsale of Lyfe and Lyme.
Item, it is ACCORDYT, that all Scathis, that has bene recoverit before Wardayns or thair Deputez, on aythir party, sal be pait and assytht be Fastyngang Sonnonday forsaid.
Item, it is ACCORDIT and ORDANYT that na Man, on nouthir syde, sal gyf ne tak Tribute ne Ransowne for Protections ne Assurances endurant this Trewes; but at ilk man sal lelyly kepe and ger kepe the Kyngs Trewes, without fraud and gyle.
In the witness of the quilk things the Seele of Sire Willame of Borthwike, and the Signet of Roger of Gordownz, for the Party of Scotland; and the Seel of Sire John Busshy, and Sire Henry Grene, and the Signetz of Maistre Willame Ferby, and Lawrence Drewe for the Party of Ingland, to the Partize of this Endenturs entrechangiablely ar put, the Day, Yhere, and Place forlaidz.
Sub sigillo, rubeâ cerâ expresso, pendente a caudâ pergamenae.
Alterum desideratur
.
Nov. 16. Restitution of the temporalities to Thomas bp. of Llandaff, translated from Leighlin. Westm.
O. viii. 62. H. iii. p. iv. 153.
De Restitutione Temporalium Landaven.
An. 22. R. 2. Pat. 22. R. 2. p. 2. m. 35.
Rex, Escaetori suo in Comitatu Warrwicae, Salutem.
Cùm Dominus Summus Pontifex, Venerabilem Patrem, Johannem, nuper Episcopum Landavensem, a Vinculo, quo eidem Ecclesiae tenebatur, absolverit, &, Venerabilem Patrem, Thomam, nuper Episcopum Leghliensem, ad dictam Ecclesiam Landavensem transtulerit, ipsúmque in Episcopum Loci illius praefecerit & Pastorem, sicut per Literas Bullatas ipsius Domini summi Pontificis, nobis indè directas, Nobis constat,
Nos,
Pro eo quòd idem Thomas omnibus & singulis verbis, nobis & Coronae nostrae praejudicialibus, in dictis Literis Bullatis contentis, coram Nobis Renunciavit, & Gratiae nostrae humiliter se submisit, Volentes cum eo agere gratiosè.
Cepimus Fidelitatem ipsius Thomae &c. ut in Similibus Literis de Restitutione.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, xvi die Novembris.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo.
Consimilia Brevia diriguntur Escaetoribus subscriptis, sub eadem Data; videlicet,
Escaetori Regis in Com. Derb.
Escaetori Regis in Com. Salop. & Staff. & Marchiis Wall. eisdem Comitatibus adjacentibus.
Esscaetori Regis in Com. Midds
.
Et Mandatum est Capitulo dictae Ecclesiae Cathedralis Landavensis, quòd, eidem Thomae Episcopo, Temporalia dicti Episcopatûs Landavensis cum pertinentiis, quae in Custodia sua ex Commissione Domini E. nuper Regis Angliae Avi Regis nunc, quam idem nunc Rex confirmavit, ratione ultimae vacationis ejusdem Ecclesiae Landavensis, existunt, Liberent in forma praedicta.
Teste ut supra.
Per idem Breve.
Et Mandatum est Militibus &c.
Nov. 20. The K. desires the universities of Oxford and Cambridge to inquire into the schism between the popes, that the K. may answer the letters of the K. of France on the subject. Westm.
O. viii. 62. H. iii. p. iv. 153.
Ad Literas Franciae, super Scismate, de Responso Mittendo.
An. 22. R. 2. Claus. 22. R. 2. p. 1. m. 15.
Rex, Dilectis sibi, Cancellario ac Procuratoribus Universitatis suae Oxoniae, necnon universis & singulis Magistris & Doctoribus, Regentibus & non Regentibus, ac aliis Graduatis studii Universitatis praedictae, Salutem.
Attendentes Dampna, Jacturas, & Pericula, quae, nedùm Sanctae Matri Ecclesiae & Fidei Catholicae, Verumetiam Gregi Dominico (pro cujus Custodia Morti se posuit summus Pastor) per instantem Mortiferum & Dampnabilem Scismatis Errorem, a diu, pro dolor! evenerunt, ac quòd longè majora, processu temporis, evenire formidantur, nisi Principum Catholicorum ac aliorum Deo Devotorum sagaci providentiâ celeriùs exstirpetur,
Et Volentes proindè, ut verus Filius Ecclesiae Catholicae, Matris nostrae, Ea, quae in dicti Dampnosi Erroris Scismatici Ammotionem, & finalem Destructionem, ac Sacrosanctae Ecclesiae unitatem, & Fidei integrationem, cedere poterunt, toto Cordis ac Mentis affectu procurare,
Et,
Ut ea per Nos, ad Dei Laudem, sic optata, tutiùs & consultiùs perficere valeamus,
Per Vos (de quorum Discretionibus, ac Scientiis, & Consiliis, providis & maturis, fiduciam multiplicem gerimus & habemus) in praemissis consuli & informari cupientes,
Vobis, sub Fide & Ligeantia quibus nobis tenemini, districtiùs quo possumus, Injungimus & Mandamus quòd,
Attentâ arduitate, ac summâ utilitate felicis successûs & expeditionis Negotii antedicti,
Visisque insuper & diligenter circumspectis Tenoribus Duarum Literarum, unius (videlicet) carissimi Patris nostri Franciae, & alterius Studii Parisiûs, Materiam praedictam concernentium, Nobis etiam exhibitarum & ostensarum, quos Vobis mittimus sub pede sigilli nostri,
Vos, super Materia praedicta diligenter deliberetis,
Et Nobis, citra Festum Carniprivii proximi suturum, sub communi Sigillo Studii Universitatis praedictae, mittatis finale Responsum, & Consilium vestrum, Quid Vobis videtur, quòd, praefato Patri nostro in praemissis, (tàm Dignitate, Statu, & Honore nostro Regio, quàm aliis penes Deum & Ecclesiam observatis) sit finaliter Respondendum:
Et hoc, sub Forisfacturâ Libertatum & Privilegiorum Universitatis praedictae, nullatenus omittatis.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, xx die Novembris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Et erat Patens.
Consimile Breve dirigitur Cancellario ac Procuratoribus Universitatis suae Cantebriggiae, necnon
&c. ut supra mutatis mutandis, sub eadem Data.
Nov. 21. General pardon for Roger de Walden, abp. of Canterbury. Westm.
O. viii. 63. H. iii. p. iv. 153.
Pro Archiepiscopo Cantuariensi de Pardonatione.
An. 22. R. 2. Pat. 22. R. 2. p. 2. m. 34.
Rex Omnibus Ballivis & Fidelibus suis, ad quos &c.
Salutem.
Sciatis quòd Nos,
Sanè recolentes gravia Onera, Sumptus, Labores, Expensas, & Pericula, quibus, Venerabilis Pater, Rogerus de Walden, Archiepiscopus Cantuariae, totius Angliae primas, ad Commodum, Honorem, & Utilitatem nostri & Regni nostri, dùm ipse in officio Thesaurarii nostri Angliae, & nobiscum, in Comitiva & Exercitu nostris, in partibus Hiberniae & Scotiae, extitit, ac alibi, tàm in Cismarinis quàm Transmarinis Partibus, pronâ Promptitudine se submisit,
Considerantes etiam intimè & attentè grata Merita, & obsequia fructuosa, Nobis per ipsum, a primordio nostri Regiminis, laudabiliter praestita, & indesinenter praelibata,
Volentesque, ea de causa, pro majori Securitate, Tranquillitate, & Quiete ipsius Archiepiscopi, nè ipse futuris temporibus, pro aliquibus quae sequuntur, per Nos vel Haeredes nostros, Impetetur, inquietetur, seu quomodolibet praegravetur, Favore Regiae Majestatis, prout decet, gratiosè providere,
De Gratia nostra speciali, ex mero motu, certa Scientia & libera Voluntate nostris,
Pardonavimus, Remisimus, Relaxavimus, & Quietum Clamavimus, ac, Tenore praesentium, Pardonamus, Remittimus, Relaxamus, & quietum Clamamus, pro Nobis & Haeredibus nostris, eidem Archiepiscopo omnes & omnimodas Actiones personales, Causas, Querelas, & Demandas, ac quaecumque Debita, Compota, Praestita, Receptiones, & Summas Denariorum, Jocalium, & Vessellamentorum, Nobis per ipsum, ex quacumque Causa & Colore, debita & pertinentia, Adjudicata, seu in futurum Adjudicanda, quae versus ipsum, in Scaccario nostro, seu alibi, currunt seu currere poterunt in Demanda,
Ac omnimodas Liberationes, Solutiones, & Receptiones de Thesauro nostro, ad Receptam Scaccarii nostri, seu alibi, undè idem Archiepiscopus ad praesens Oneratus & Computabilis existit, aut Onerari, Impeti, Molestari, vel Inquietari poterit seu gravari,
Et ulterius, de uberiori Gratia nostra, PARDONAVIMUS, Remisimus, & Relaxavimus, ac, Tenore Praesentium, Pardonamus, Remittimus, & Relaxamus, pro Nobis & Haeredibus nostris, eidem Archiepiscopo Sectam pacis nostrae, & quicquid ad Nos versus ipsum pertinet, vel aliquo modo pertinere poterit in futurum, pro quibuscumque Tallagiis, Subsidiis, seu Impositionibus, super Populum nostrum & eorum aliquem, absque Auctoritate & Licentia regia, factis,
Ac pro Acceptationibus Dignitatum, & Beneficiorum Ecclesiasticorum, contra formam Statutorum & Ordinationum Regni nostri Angliae, in hac parte editorum,
Necnon pro omnimodis Transgressionibus, Mesprisionibus, Negligentiis, Extorsionibus, Deceptionibus, Inobedientiis, Rebellionibus, Contemptibus, Injuriis, Defectibus, Manutenentiis, Offensis Concelamentis, Venditionibus Jurium Commodorum, Wardarum, Maritagiorum, Escaetorum, Proficuorum, Terrarum, & Tenementorum, aut injustis Alienationibus, Perquisitionibus, seu Substractionibus eorumdem,
Necnon pro insano Consilio, Regimine, & Gubernatione Personae, Statûs, Regni, Tractatuum, & Negotiorum nostrorum, ubicumque fuerat infra Regnum nostrum Angliae, vel extra, dùm idem Rogerus Archiepiscopus, Thesaurarius noster Angliae, & Villae nostrae Calesii, aut Locum tenens seu Deputatus Insularum nostrarum de Gerneseye, Jeresey, Serk, & Aurney, seu Ambassator, Consiliarius, Minister, Officiarius, aut Commissionarius noster extitit, tàm in Cismarinis quàm Transmarinis Partibus,
Necnon pro omnimodis Captionibus, Amissionibus, vel Deliberationibus Prisonariorum, Redemptionum, Navium, Caricarum, Bargearum, Batellorum, & Vasorum, supra Mare, in Portubus Maris, vel alibi, tàm infra Regnum nostrum Angliae, quàm extra,
Aut pro aliquibus Bonis, Catallis, & Mercandisis, in eisdem navibus & Vasis indè deliberatis, tàm tempore Guerrae quàm Treugarum vel Pacis,
Aut pro aliquâ aliâ Causâ seu Re quacumque, undè Nos vel Haeredes nostri, de Praemissis omnibus & singulis, aut ex aliâ Causâ seu Colore quocumque, vel etiam per aliqua verba hic non expressa, Actionem, Querelam, Calumpniam, seu Demandam versus ipsum Archiepiscopum, seu alios nomine suo, in Personis, Bonis, & Rebus suis, habemus, aut de jure habere possemus vel deberemus,
Nolentes quòd idem Archiepiscopus, aut Haeredes vel Successores sui, seu Executores Testamenti sui, aut Tenentes Terrarum & Tenementorum suorum, ad quascumque Manus in futurum devenerint, nec Administratores, seu Occupatores Bonorum & Catallorum ejusdem Archiepiscopi, ratione Praemissorum seu alicujus eorumdem, coram Nobis vel Haeredibus nostris, in Parliamentis, Conciliis, & Tractatibus nostris vel Haeredum nostrorum, seu in quibuscumque aliis Locis, coram aliquibus Judicibus, Justiciariis, Officiariis, & Ministris nostris, & Haeredum nostrorum quibuscumque, futuris temporibus, Impetantur inquietentur, molestentur in aliquo seu graventur, set de Praemissis omnibus & singulis sint Quieti, Absoluti, & Exonerati IMPERPETUUM.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo primo die Novembris.
Per ipsum Regem.
Nov. 27. Protection for Thomas abp. of Dublin, the K.'s chancellor in Ireland. Westm.
O. viii. 64. H. iii. p. iv. 154.
Pro Archiepiscopo Dubliniensi, de Protectione.
An. 22. R. 2. Ibid. m. 26.
Thomas Archiepiscopus Dubliniae,
Cancellarius Regis in Hibernia, qui, in Obsequium Regis ad partes Hiberniae profecturus est, ibidem in Munitione Partium illarum moraturus, habet Literas Regis de Protectione, cum Clausula Volumus, per unum Annum duraturas.
Pr. &c.
Teste Rege apud Westm. vicesimo septimo die Novembris.
Per Billam de Privato Sigillo.
Dec. 24. The K. orders his officers in the lordship of Richmond to return to the duke of Brittany the rents they have collected. Westm.
O. viii. 64. H. iii. p. iv. 154.
Pro Duce Britanniae.
An. 22. R. 2. Claus. 22. R. 2. p. 1. m. 8.
Rex, Universis & singulis Senescallis, Receptoribus, Ballivis, Constabulariis, ac aliis Ministris & Officiariis Dominii de Richemundiâ, Salutem.
Cùm nuper Dederimus, carissimo Fratri nostro, Johanni Duci Britanniae quandam Acquietantiam generalem, de omnimodis Actionibus, Debitis, Demandis, Mobilibus, & Catallis, quae fuerunt inter Nos & praefatum Ducem a Principio Mundi usque diem Sancti Georgii ultimò praeteritum,
Quo die eidem Duci Acquietantiam suam generaliter Tradidimus, & ei Comitatum suum Richemundiae Restituimus;
Ac intellexerimus quòd certi Officiarii nostri Redditus ipsius Ducis, in dicto Comitatu, post diem praedictum, nomine nostro, levârunt & perceperunt,
Vobis, & cuilibet vestrûm, Mandamus quòd ipsum Ducem, Comitatu praedicto, secundum effectum Concessionis nostrae, sibi indè factae, gaudere permit- tatis, ac Redditus, per vos, post Restitutionem, praefato Duci de dicto Comitatu sic factam, nomine nostro perceptos, si qui fuerint, Restitui faciatis eidem.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo quarto die Decembris.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo.