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'Rymer's Foedera with Syllabus: May 1422', Rymer's Foedera Volume 10, pp. 209-217. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=115296 Date accessed: 18 September 2014.


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May 1. The K. orders the several bps. of Normandy to make lists of those who hold benefices in their dioceses, and to assign a term for their taking the oath of fealty. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 209. H. iv. p. iv. 63.
Contra Ecclesiasticos hinc inde vagantes, ad Loca Inimica se transferentes, & Fructus Beneficiorum percipientes, cum penitus nescitur Jurati sint necne, an Non Jurati.
An. 10. H. 5. Norm. 10. H. 5. m. 22. dor.
Rex Vicariis in Spiritualibus Archiepiscopatûs Rothomagensis, Salutem.
Cùm nonnullae Personnae Ecclesiasticae Ducatûs nostri Normanniae, & maximè Seculares, praetendentes se Fideles & Subditos nostros, & Juramenta Fidelitatis aut Ligeantiae, necnon PACIS, inter Praecarissimum Patrem nostrum Franciae & Nos nuper, auctore Deo, firmatae, praestitisse, in eundem Ducatum nostrum, & per eum, & abinde de Regno ad Regnum, de Proincia ad Provinciam, ubilibet liberè se transferant, etiam ad Loca praecarissimo Patri nostro Franciae & Nobis Rebellia & Inimica, Causas & Occasiones hujusmodi Accessuum & Recessuum suorum pro suae libito voluntatis confingentes,
Quorum nesciuntur Nomina & Cognomina, & an nostri Fideles & Subditi fuerint, aut Juramenta supradicta Nobis praestiterint, ignoratur,
Fructusque, Redditus, & Proventus Beneficiorum suorum, per se, & suos, in eâ parte, Fautores, Procuratores, Parentes, Affines, & Adhaerentes, ex integro percipiunt, & eosdem nonnunquam a dictis Ducatu & Partibus extrahunt, diripiuut, & transportant ad Loca supradicta, in Divini Cultûs & Ecclesiarum diminutionem & detrimentum, ac Nostri nostraeque Rei publicae dispendium non modicum & gravamen, ut informamur,
Nos (cupientes in eâ parte de Remedio congruo provideri) vobis, Tenore Praesentium, significamus quòd omnium & singulorum Virorum Ecclesiasticorum, Regularium & Secularium, Exemptorum & non Exemptorum, in vestris Civitate & Dioecese Beneficiatorum, & imposterum Beneficiandorum, Nomina & Cognomina in Scriptis redigatis,
Assignantes generaliter omnibus & singulis hujusmodi, jam Beneficiatis, Terminum competentem, infra quem sufficienter & in scriptis vobis apparere faciant de Juramentis hujusmodi, ut praemittitur, nobis praestitis atque factis,
Quod si non facerent, non permittatis eisdem, post Lapsum dicti Termini, Fructibus hujusmodi Beneficiorum suorum uti gaudere, donec aliud a Nobis super hoc receperitis in Mandatis,
Insuper districtè Prohibentes eisdem, & aliis quibuscumque Personis Ecclesiasticis, tàm Secularibus, quàm Regularibus, in vestrâ Dioecese commorantibus, nè extra eandem Dioecesim ad Loca remota se transferant seu divertant, sine Literis vestris Testimonialibus, eisdem in eâ parte, juxta Juris exigentiam, concedendis,
Quibus exprimantur Causae propter quas, Terrae, Patriae, seu Loca, ad quae iidem sunt ituri; quódque ad partes, dicto Praecarissimo Patri nostro seu Nobis Inimicas aut Rebelles, nullo modo vadant absque Licentiâ & Auctoritate nostris eisdem specialiter indulgendis.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi, primo die Maii.
Per ipsum Regem.
Consimilia Brevia diriguntur subscriptis; videlicet,
Venerabili in Christo Patri Episcopo Abrincensi aut ejus in Spiritualibus Vicariis Generalibus.
Venerabili in Christo Patri
Episcopo Constanciensi, &c.
Venerabili in Christo Patri Episcopo Bajocensi, &c.
Vicariis in Spiritualibus
Episcopi Ebroicensis, ipso Episcopo inremotis agente.
Vicariis in Spiritualibus
Episcopi Lexoviensis, ipso Episcopo &c.
Vicariis in Spiritualibus
Episcopatûs Sagiensis, Sede ibidem vacante.
May 1. Confirmation of John Vibeti in possession of a chantry in the cathedral of Lisieux. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 210. H. iv. p. iv. 64.
De Ratificatione.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid. m. 20.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Notum facimus quòd.
Si Cantoria in Ecclesiâ Cathedrali Lexoviensi (quam, dilectus nobis, Magister Johannes Vibeti in Ecclesiâ praedictâ dicit se pacificè possidere) Praedecessorum nostrorum vel nostris temporibus in Regaliâ vacaverit, aut vacet ad praesens,
Propter quod ad ipsos Praedecessores nostros, vel ad Nos, ipsius Cantoriae Collatio, JURE REGALIAE, pertinuerit, aut ad Nos pertineat quovis modo,
Nos ipsam Cantoriam dicto Johanni Contulimus & Conferimus per Praesentes,
Intuitu Pietatis & de Gratiâ speciali, dilectis Nobis in Christo, Vicariis in Spiritualibus Episcopi Lexoviensis, ac Decano & Capitulo Ecclesiae praedictae, Mandantes quatinus praefatum Johannem in dictae Cantoriae Possessionem manuteneant & conservent,
Et eidem de Fructubus, Redditibus, Obventionibus, Emolumentis, & Juribus universis, ad eandem spectantibus, respondeant, aut faciant integrè responderi:
Concessimus insuper eidem Johanni, & Concedimus per Praesentes, de Gratiâ supradictâ, ut, virtute Collationis nostrae, Possessionem ipsius Cantoriae nullatenus de Novo adipisci teneatur, Usu, Stilo, Consuetudine, Observantiâ, vel Editis contrariis, non obstantibus quibuscumque.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi, primo die Maii.
May 5. Restitution of the fruits of the benefices held by Peter Macioti, canon of Rouen, and to two others.
O. x. 210. H. iv. p. iv. 64.
De Restitutionibus Fructuum.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid. m. 25. dor.
Rex Vicariis in Spiritualibus Archiepiscopatûs Rothomagensis, ac universis & singulis Ballivis, Vicecomitibus, Receptoribus, Officiariis, & Ministris nostris, infra Ducatum nostrum Normanniae ubilibet constitutis, Salutem.
Mandamus vobis, & vestrûm cuilibet, prout ad eum pertinuerit, quôd Magistrum Petrum Macioti Diaconum, Canonicum Ecclesiae Cathedralis Rothomagensis,
Qui Sacramentum, debitum de conservando Praesentem Pacem, inter Praecarissimum Patremnostrum Franciae & Nos conclusam & concordatam, fecit & praestitit,
Omnimoda Fructus, Redditus, & Emolumenta, de Beneficio suo praedicto provenientia, & Arreragia &c. ut supra.
Teste Rege ut supra, Quinto Die Maii.
Consimiles Literas habent subscripti; viz.
Thomas Vassagne Capellanus juratus Rothomagen. Dioecesis, &c.
Johannes Seigneur, Canonicus Praebendatus in Ecclesiâ Cathedrali Abrincensi, &c.
May 6. Fulco de Rupe is appointed governor of the hospitals at Meulent and Comtesse. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 210. H. iv. p. iv. 64.
De Administratione Hospitalis.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid. m. 22.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd Commisimus, dilecto Ligeo nostro, Fulconi de Rupe Canonico Officium Regiminis & Administrationis Domorum Dei, sive Hospitalium de Meulenc & de Comptesse extra Meulenc, Carnotensis Dioecesis,
Vacans per Mortem Henrici Birton Monachi, ultimi Rectoris & Administratoris eorumdem, & ad nostram Donationem spectans ut dicitur,
Habendum, Regendum, & Gubernandum Officium praedictum quamdiu Nobis placuerit, cum suis Juribus & Pertinentiis quibuscumque,
Mandantes, Tenore Praesentium, Ballivo nostro de Mante, vel ejus Locumtenenti apud Meulenc, quòd ipsum Fulconem in Corporalem Possessionem Officii praedicti, necnon Jurium & Pertinentium suorum, ponat seu poni faciat,
Necnon Officio illo, unà cum Juribus & Pertinentiis suis praedictis, uti & gaudere permittat juxta effectum Commissionis nostrae supradictae;
Proviso semper quò praedictus Fulco bonum & fidele Compotum de hiis, quae hujusmodi Officio pertinent, si & ubi debetur, quotiens opus fuerit, prout moris est, reddere teneatur.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi, sexto die Maii.
May 6. Grant of a fee called le Port Daupec, near to "Saint Germain en Lay," to the college of S. Bernard, Paris. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 211. H. iv. p. iv. 64.
Pro Collegio Sancti Bernardi Parisius.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Pro parte, Religiosorum Virorum, Scolarium Collegii Sancti Bernardi Parisius Nobis datur intelligi quòd, inter alia, eidem Collegio Pertinentia, ante Descensum nostrum in Ducatum nostrum Normanniae, eidem Collegio spectabat Feodum vocatum le Port Daupec, cum suis Pertinentiis & Appendentiis quibuscumque, in Villâ & Territorio Daupec, & Partibus circumvicinis propè Saint Germain en Lay, prout in quibusdam Literis Acquisitionis praedicti Feodi, necnon aliis Literis Amortisationis ejusdem, superinde factis, in eâ parte, Nobis & Concilio nostro exhibitis, pleniùs apparebat,
Asseruerúntque quòd, a tempore Acquisitionis & Amortisationis praedictarum, in tempus quo, Divino Nutu, Ducatum nostrum praedictum, & alias Partes in Regno Franciae Nobis subjectas, Conquisivimus, Scolares supradicti, quicumque pro tempore existentes, praedictum Feodum, cum Pertinentiis & Appendentiis suis praedictis, habuerunt, tenuerunt, & possidebant, absque impedimenti cujusque seu contradictionis obstaculo, liberè, pacificè & quietè,
Nobis humiliter supplicantes quatinus, pietatis intuitu, favoreque Studii, ac contemplatione PACIS FINALIS, inter Praecarissimum Patrem nostrum Franciae & Nos pridem, largiente Domino, compositae, gratiosè providere dignaremur quòd iidem Scolares, eorumque Successores, dictum Feodum, cum suis Pertinentiis & Appendentiis praedictis, gaudere possint & valeant sicut ante,
Nos igitur (eorum Supplicationibus favorabiliter inclinati) de Gratiâ nostrâ speciali, Concessimus, & Concedimus, per Praesentes, praefatis Scolaribus quòd ipsi, & eorum Successores imperpetuùm, habeant, teneant, & possideant Feodum praedictum, cum suis Pertinentiis & Appendentiis praedictis, eisdem modo & formâ quibus ipsi eadem, ante Conquestum nostrum praedictum, habuerunt, tenuerunt, & possidebant, ac prout & quatenus ipsi, & Praedecessores sui, Feodo illo, cum Pertinentiis & Appendentiis hujusmodi, a tempore Acquisitionis & Amortisationis praedictarum, hactenus rationabiliter sunt gavisi,
Mandantes, Tenore Praesentium, dilectis & fidelibus nostris, Thesaurario nostro Generali Normanniae, ac Praesidenti & Gentibus de Camera nostrâ Compotorum ibidem, necnon caeteris Justiciariis nostris, praesentibus & futuris, quorum interest, quòd praefatos Scolares, & Successores suos, praesenti Concessione nostrâ, in formâ quâ praedictum est, uti & gaudere permittant, absque molestatione seu impedimento quocumque.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi, sexto die Maii.
Per ipsum Regem.
May 9. Safe conduct for Copyn de la Henri, servant of the duke of Bourbon, coming from Clermont. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 211. H. iv. p. iv. 64.
Pro Duce de Burbon.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid. m. 23.
Rex, per Literas suas Patentes, per Decem Dies proximò futuros duraturas, suscepit in salvum &c. Copyn de la Henri, Servientem, carissimi Consanguinei Regis, Johannis Ducis Burboniae, in Comitatu de Cleremont ad praesens existentem, abinde usque Civitatem Regis Rothomagi, cum uno Valetto Serviente suo in Comitivâ suâ, ac Auro, Argento, Literis, Bonis, Rebus, & Hernesiis suis, equestrè, vel pedestrè, veniendo, ibidem morando, & exindè redeundo;
Proviso semper quòd ipsi quicquam, quod in praedicti Patris Regis aut Subditorum suorum, vel sui aut Ligeoorum seu Subditorum suorum, Contemptum &c.
Quod ipsi nullum Castrorum &c.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi, nono die Maii.
May 2. Capitulation for the surrender of the market place at Mewis [Meaux] on May 10, sir Loys Geist, Guychard Dechisse, and 10 others, to be delivered to the K.
O. x. 212. H. iv. p. iv. 65.
Appunctuament a super Redditione Mercatus de Meaux.
This is the Pleasure and Will of the King of France and of the King of Engeland his Beaufitz Heire and Regent of France, that the Market place of Mewes, and they that bene with inne bene Yelden and Deliveren in manner as after followeth,
An. 10. H. 5. Penes Cleric. Pell.
First, all thos that bene within the foresaid Market, of what Estate they bene, shul Yelden up the said Market place of Mewis, and her Bodies Prisoners to the said King, within the tenth Day of this present Month of May, the Yere of our Lord one thousand four hundred, twenty two.
Also, the said Kings, for the Reverence of God, and for eschewing Christien Man's Blode, shull receyven hem after as it followeth, that is to weton,
Sur Loys Geist,
Guycharde Dechisse
,
Maister Robert Guesme,
Philip de Gamoches,
Peron de Luppe,
John Dannoy,
Le Bastard de Varru,
Denis de Varru
,
Maister John de Roumos Treemayn,
Bernarde de Merville,
John de la Mote
,
One that blewe and sonned an Horne duryng the Siege, that Meserth is named Grasse,
All the Governers, and Strenghes, and Coupable of the Deth of Burgoyne that was,
They that other tyme have made Othe of the FINAL PEES,
Thei that have Touns and Strenghes, or Governaunce by other for hem,
The English, Irish, Scots, and all other that have bene Obedient or under Obedience of the King Regent, if any other be in the forsaid Market place dwelling, that all they shall abide and dwell to the Will of the said Kings
Also, the said Kyngis shull receive all the other, in the said Market place beynge, into her good Grace and Mercy, for to dwell Prisoners, her lifes saved.
Also, in as moche as it toucheth the foresaid Kings, Sir Lois Gast, the Bastard of Warru, Denis de Warru, and Maister John Roumes, they shul be putte to her Dome, and Dome and Justice shall be done and ministred to them.
Also, as touching the forsaid Guycharde de Chysse, Peryn de Rupe, Maister Robert Groesme, Philip de Gamoches, and John Dannoy, the foresaid Kyngis declaren that they dwell and abyde to her Will, as afore is said, unto the time that Touns and Strenghes, that hem, or eny of hem, or other on her behalfe, or by other that any thing sholden mowe done for hem, bene holden, bene yelden, and deliverid to the said Kingis, or to her Commissioners, and Deputes, and aftir hir ordonnances; the which thing they shull done, or shull do be done, with all her diligence possible, without fraude or malengyn; after which Yelding up and Deliveraunce, the forsaid Kyngs shull holden, or done bene holden, the abovesaid Guysard Peryn, Maister Robert, Philip, and John Dannoy in Suerte of her Lifes, so that they, or eny of hem, ne shull not be duely founden coulpable of the Deth of the Duke of Burgoyne; and the other excepted they shull abyden to the foresaid Kyngs, as it is contained in the second Article.
Also, the Erle of Brienne shull beene quite agayne the said Peron of all that in the which is holden or bounden for cause of his Raunsome or otherwise: and the said Peron shall pleynly Quiten him in taking his Letters of Acquitaunces to the said Erle; and he shall yilden to him all the Letters that he hath of him or of any other opon that.
Also, the forsaid, being in the said Market of Mewis in Bry, hanging the said tyme, and that anon, shull putten, or shall done be putte, by Inventories, all the Cornes, Wynes, and other Vetaill, beyng in the said Market, and aftir the places where they shull bene, for to bene taken and delivered to the Commissioners and Deputes of the said Kings; and in likewise shall bene of Hors beynge in the said Market.
Also, thei shull putten, or done be putten, in one certaine place, withinne the said Market, all the Ablementes of Werre that bene ther inne, as well Poudres, Gonnes, Arblasters, Shotte, or other Artilrie, without any thing thereof to Feoshen, Brekeyn, or Enpeyren.
Also, all thoo above said of the Market shull putten, or doe be putten, to- geder, in a certayne place or too, all the Reliques, Jewells, Bookes, Ornaments, and other Goods mebles beyng in the said Market, longyng to Churches, Abbeys, Ministres, Priores, or Hospitalls, what so they bene, in levynge hem to bene Restitute in her places of the Churches of the said Market, and that without fraude.
Also thei shull putten in o place, or do be putten, or too, all the Gold, Silver, Vessell of Gold and Silver, Jewells, Bokes, Robes, Lynen and Wollen all maner, beyng in the said Market, that longed to other thanne to the said Churches, Abbeys, Ministers, Priores, and Hospitalles, and that without fraude or mal engyn.
Also, for to fulfillen that, that is said, thei shall brekn, or done breiken, and undone, and maken open, all that bene hidde or withdrawne in the Things and Goodes abovesaid, or any of hem, where that they bene hidde or discovrind in the said Market, without Withdrawying or to Helen any thing what so it be; and that, that they may not be done or excused with in the foresaid day, they shull declaren and denouncen, without fraude, feynyngne, or mal engyne, unto the Commissioners and Deputes of the said Kings, upon Peyne that they schull done the contrary, and the consentants and culpables thereof, shull lesen the Grace of the said Kings, and the effecte of this present Appointment in all things.
Also, upon the said Peyne, the bovesaid, beyng in the said Market, shull be holden to taken and deliveren, shewen and declaren, without fraude or mal engyn, to the Commissioners and Deputes of the said Kings, all the Goodes and Thynges abovesaid, without that to any thyng to Helen, With drawne, or Bere awey, or other for hem, or eny of hem.
Also, that the abovesaid, being in the said Market of Mews, shall deliver pleynly and yolden quite all the Prisoners, that thei have and with holden of the Subgetts and Obeysaunce and other of the Service of the said Kings, as well all that bene in the said Market, as other places where that thei be; and, with that, thei shull quitten pleinly all other Subgetts, Obeysauntes, and other of the said Services of the abovesaid Kynges, that have to hem made any Feith or Othe.
Also, hangyng the said Tyme, thei, of the said Market, shull not receven, ne suffren entren, eny Parsone, whatsoever they be, into the said Market: ne thei shull not suffren any maner of Parsone to passen or gone out thereof, or for to beyren any of the said Goodes ther inne, withouten Lycence of the said Kyngis: nether shall none purchasen, ne suffren ne done purchasen, ony thing that may be prejudice of the said Kyngis, ne of non other of her Subgettes, or elles, to enpechen the fulfilling of this present Appointment, upon Peyne to lesyng by hym, or hem, that shall done the contrarye, and her Concentauntes and Culpables thereof, the Grace and Mercy of the said Kyngs.
Also, and, upon the Peyn and Othe, all the foresaid, being in the seid Market, and every of hem, shull holden, kepen, and fulfillen all the Pointes and Articles abovesaid, and every of hem, withouten hem or eny of hem to breiken, ne any wyse do ther agayn.
Also, with that, they shull maken Othe, and thei shull taken her Letters, sealed with her Seales, for the Suerte, to be holden bytwene of the Kyngs abovesaid and of eche of hem, unto the Noumbre of an hundred Persones, as well of Captaines, as of other most Notable, beyng in the said Market: and thei that have no Seales, and conne write, thei shall Signe the Letters with her own handes, and thei shall passen bifore the Kynges Tabellion of Mews; and in like wise thei, that have no Sealles ne conne not write, shull also passen bifore the said Tabellion to bene Registred.
Also, and that, fro the Day that this present Appointment shall be done and fulfilled, and unto the Day included, at which Day they shull bene holden to taken and deliveren the said Market, as is said alwey, all maner of Dede of Werre shall Cesen of on Partie and other.
Also, the bovesaid of the Market anon shall taken and deliveren to the Commissioners and Deputees of the said Kingis, Sir Loys Gaste, Robert de Guesme, Phelip de Gamoches, John Dannoy, le Bastard de Warru, Denis de Warru, Maister John de Roumes, and other to the Noumbre of xxiv Persones, whereof the Commissioners of oo parte and of other bene acorded.
The which Articles, abovesaid and declared, were Concluded, Apointed, and Acorded by the Duke of Exetour, the Erles of Warrewyk and of Bryenne, and Sir Wauter Hungerford, Commissioners and Deputees of the said Kingis by halve of that oo parte, and De John Dannoy, Maister Phelip Malet, Sincider de Girosme, le Bougne de Choqin, Oliver Mauessyn, John de Hospinache, and Guilliam Fosse, for hemselff and for all the other of the said Market, of that other Partie, the Secund Day of the Month of May, the Yere of our Lord M.CCCC.XXII.
And so, the Tenth Day of the foresaid Month, the forsaid Market of Mews, and all the Toun, was yelden in the maner and fourme as it is before said.
May 12. Restitution of the temporalities to the deans and chapters of S. Marie de la Ronde and the cathedral of Rouen, and the convents of S. Anthony des Champs and S. Mary at Vernon. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 214. H. iv. p. iv. 65.
De Restitutione Temporalium.
An. 10. H. 5. Norm. 10. H. 5. m. 22.
Rex Omnibus, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd,
De Gratiâ nostrâ speciali, & ut Divinum Servitium ac alia Pietatis Opera (quae in Ecclesiâ Collegiatâ beatae Mariae de la Ronde fieri debeant) more solito peragantur, & ibidem laudabiliter manuteneantur & fiant,
Concessimus, dilectis Nobis in Christo, Decano & Capitulo Ecclesiae praedictae omnia Temporalia, eidem Ecclesiae, infra Ducatum nostrum Normanniae, qualitercumque pertinentia sive spectantia,
Habenda, in Sustentationem Divini Servitii ibidem, ac aliorum Pietatis Operum supradictorum, de Dono nostro.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi,, duodecimo die Maii.
Per ipsum Regem.
Consimiles Literas de Restitutione habent subscripti; viz.
Abbatissa & Conventus Sancti Anthonii de Campis.
Prior & Monachus Beatae Mariae Magdalenae supra Secanam prope Vernon.
Decanus & Capitulum ac Capellani Officiarii & Ministri Ecclesiae Cathedralis beatae Mariae Rothomagensis.
May 20. Warrant to the keeper of the granary at Rouen to pay 150 crowns to John Harpelay, lieutenant of Thomas duke of Exeter, captain of Rouen, for the conduct of prisoners into England. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 214. H. iv. p. iv. 66.
Super Conductione Prisonariorum de Meaux.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid. m. 20. dor.
Rex Granatario de Rouen, Salutem.
Praecipimus Tibi, firmiter injungentes, quòd statim, visis Praesentibus, Centum & Quinquaginta Scuta, dilecto Nobis, Johanni Harpelay Armigero, Locumtenenti, carissimi Avunculi nostri, Thomae Ducis Exoniae Capitanei Castri & Villae nostrorum de Rouen, pro Vadiis Viginti & Quatuor Soldariorum (videlicet) Sex Hominum ad Arma, & Decem & Octo Sagittariorum, de Garnisione praedicta, pro uno Mense proximô futuro,
Quos ad Conducendum certos Prisonarios nostros usque & in Regnum nostrum Angliae specialiter Ordinavimus & Deputavimus,
De Denariis nostris solvas & deliberes; Et hoc nullatenus omittas:
De quibus Centum & Quinquaginta Scutis in Compoto tuo, coram, dilectis & fidelibus nostris, Thesaurario nostro Generali Normanniae, ac Gentibus de Camerâ nostrâ Compotorum ibidem, Te volumus debitè Allocari;
Quibus Thesaurario & Gentibus, Tenore Praesentium, distinctè Mandamus quòd, visis Praesentibus, id faciant absque contradictione quâcumque.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi, vicesimo die Maii.
Per ipsum Regem.
May 20. The K. orders William Soper, of Hampton, to hire a balinger for the same purpose.
O. x. 214. H. iv. p. iv. 66.
Super Conductione praedicta.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid.
Rex Willielmo Soper de Hampton, Salutem.
Scias quòd Assignavimus Te ad quandam Balingeram, habilem & sufficientem, pro reducendo usque ad has partes nostras Normanniae Viginti & Quatuor Soldarios Garnisionis nostrae de Rouen,
Quos, de praesenti, ad Conducendum certos Prisonarios, per Nos in Regnum nostrum Angliae transmittendos, Ordinavimus & Deputavimus,
Indilatè, cùm per ipsos, seu saltem ipsorum Gubernatorem, fueris requisitus, ubicumque, infra Portum Hamptoniae, sive alios Portus eidem adjacentes seu vicinos, reperire poteris, Capiendum & Arestandum, & cum Magistro & Marinariis ejusdem, pro eorum Salario, pro & Nomine nostro, Conveniendum,
De quo Salario, per Te convento & concordato, in ipsorum Adventum, in Villâ nostrâ de Rouen, per Thesaurarium nostrum Normanniae solvi & contentari faciemus;
Et ideò Tibi Praecipimus quòd circa Praemissa &c.
Damus autem &c.
In cujus &c.
Teste ut supra vicesimo die Maii.
Cost of conducting Oliver Maune, Richard Cesse, captain of Mieux in Brye, Peter de Lupo, and five other prisoners, to London, 32l.
O. x. 215. H. iv. p. iv. 66.
De Prisonariis supradictis.
An. 10. H. 5. Exit. de Term. Pasch. 10. H. 5. Penes Cler. Pell.
Roberto Whitgreve, uni Numeratorum de Receptâ Scaccarii, in Denariis, sibi liberatis per Manus proprias, pro diversis Custibus & Expensis, per ipsum nuper factis, de Mandato Regis, de Parisius usque Londoniam, circa Oliverum Maune, Ricardum Cesse Capitaneum de Mieux in Brye, Petrum de Lupo, & quinque alios Armigeros, Prisonarios dicti Regis, & quendam alium Armigerum Regis de Comitatu Lincolniae, eidem Roberto, per ipsum Dominum Regem, apud Parisius praedictam, nuper commissos; scilicet,
Pro Batello de Parsiius praedictâ usque Caudebec, & Eskippamento & salvo Conductu eorundem de Harfleu usque Portesmouth in Angliâ, & deinde pro aliis Custibus & Expensis, per ipsum Robertum pro dictis Prisonariis & Armigero factis, usque Londoniam, per Quinque Septimanas, per Considerationem Thesaurarii & Camerariorum de Scaccario xxxijl.
May 25. Restitution of the temporalities to Thomas bp. of Hereford, late bp. elect of Rochester. Westm.
O. x. 215. H. iv. p. iv. 66.
De Temporalibus Episcopatus Herefordensis liberandis.
An. 10. H. 5. Pat. 10. H. 5. m. 10.
Rex, Escaetori suo in Comitatu Herefordiae, ac Marchiis Walliae eidem Comitatui adjacentibus, Salutem.
Cùm Dominus Summus Pontifex, Venerabilem Patrem, Thomam nuper Episcopum Herefordensem, a vinculo, quo eidem Ecclesiae tenebatur, Absolverit, & ipsum in Episcopum Cicestrensem Transtulerit,
Ac eidem Ecclesiae Herefordensi de, dilecto Nobis in Christo, Thomâ, nuper Roffensi Electo, Auctoritate Apostolicâ, providerit, ipsumque in Episcopum Loci illius praefecerit & Pastorem,
Sicut per Literas Bullatas ipsius Domini Summi Pontificis, nobis indè directas, nobis constat,
Nos,
Pro eo quòd idem Episcopus Herefordensis omnibus & singulis verbis, in dictis Literis Bullatis contentis, Nobis & Coronae nostrae praejudicialibus, coram Nobis palàm & expressè renunciavit, & Gratiae nostrae humiliter se submisit,
Volentes cum eo in hac parte agere gratiosè, cepimus Fidelitatem ipsius Episcopi Herefordensis, & Temporalia ejusdem Episcopatûs Herefordensis, prout moris est, Restituimus eidem;
Et ideò Tibi Praecipimus quòd eidem Episcopo Herefordensi Temporalia praedicta, cum Pertinentiis, in Ballivâ tuâ, Liberes in formâ praedictâ; salvo jure cujuslibet.
Teste Humfrido Duce Gloucestriae Custode Angliae apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo quinto Die Maii.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo.
Consimilia Brevia diriguntur Escaetoribus subscriptis, in Comitatibus subscriptis, sub eadem Datâ; videlicet,
Escaetori Regis in Com. Glouc. ac Marchiis Walliae eidem Com. adjacentibus.
Escaetori Regis in Com. Salop. ac March. Wall. eidem Com. adjacentibus.
Escaetori Regis in Com. Wiltes.
Dilecto sibi
Roberto Chichele Majori Civitatis Regis Londoniae & Escaetori Regis in eadem Civitate.
Escaetori Regis in Com. Wygorn
.
Et Mandatum est Militibus, &c.
May 26. Collation of John Somiller to the vicarage of S. Mary, Mante. Paris.
O. x. 216. H. iv. p. iv. 66.
De Collatione Vicariatus.
An. 10. H. 5. Norm. 10. H. 5. m. 20.
Rex, dilectis sibi in Christo, Decano & Capitulo Ecclesiae Collegiatae beatae Mariae Medunte, Salutem.
Vobis, Tenore Praesentium, Significamus quòd Vicariatum in Ecclesiâ praedictâ,
Quem nuper optinere solebat in eadem Johannes Somiller Capellanus,
Per ejus Obtium nunc liberum & vacantem, & ad nostram Donationem spectantem ut dicitur,
Dilecto Nobis Johanni Morel Capellano, cum suis Juribus & Pertinentiis universis, Contulimus & Donamus;
Mandantes quatinus ipsum Johannem Morel in corporalem Possessionem Vicariatûs praedicti ponatis & inducatis, seu poni & induci faciatis, necnon Fructibus, Obventionibus, & Emolumentis, ad eundem spectantibus, uti & gaudere permittatis; adhibitis Solempnitatibus in talibus fieri consuetis.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Parisius, vicesimo sexto die Maii.
Per ipsum Regem.
May 19. The K. repeats the order to the bailiffs of Rouen, Caux, &c., to summon ecclesiastics holding lands without amortisation to apply for licence to the chancery of Normandy. Rouen Castle.
O. x. 216. H. iv. p. iv. 66.
Super Amortisationibus, de Proclamando.
An. 10. H. 5. Ibid. m. 20. d.
Rex, Ballivo suo de Rouen, vel ejus Locumtenenti ibidem, Salutem.
Cùm, per Breve nostrum, vobis Mandaverimus quòd, in singulis Locis, infra Balliagium vestrum, ad hoc consuetis, ex parte nostra, Proclamari faceretis,
Quòd omnes Ecclesiae, tàm Majores, quàm Minores, & generaliter universa Religiosa seu Pia Loca, quae Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, aut Proventus, infra Ducatum nostrum Normanniae, aut alia Loca Conquestae nostrae, absque Amortisatione expressa, tenuerunt, seu eorum Praelati vel Personae, earumdem Ecclesiarum seu Locorum nomine, seu Dignitatum, Officiorum, aut Ministrationum, quas optinuerunt in eisdem, instarent & mitterent pro eorum Amortisatione, sub Magno Sigillo nostro, quo in Cancellaria nostra Normanniae utimur, optinendâ, pro rationabili & moderata Financia, citra ultimum diem Maii proximò futurum, si id Sibi, & Ecclesiis, seu Locis suis viderint expedire,
Alioquin absque dolo, fraude, fictione, seu quovis exquisito Colore, eadem Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, & Proventus, realiter & cum effectu, ponerent extra manum Ecclesiae, infra Terminum supradictum, sub Poena Confiscationis eorumdem, & Applicationis ad Domanium nostrum,
Et de omni eo, quod sic extra Manum suam posuissent, & de modo & serie ipsius Facti, Nos, in Cancellaria nostrâ praedictâ, certificarent, infra Quindecim Dies, post Lapsum Termini antedicti, sub Poena superiùs annotata,
Et ulteriùs vobis Mandaverimus quòd omnia & singula hujusmodi Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, & Proventus,
Quae a praedictis Ecclesiis, seu Religiosis, aut Piis Locis, vel eorum Praelatis, seu Personis, earumdem Ecclesiarum sive Locorum Nomine, post praedictum ultimum diem Maii, absque Amortisatione, per diligentem Inquisitionem, per vos in ea parte fiendam, teneri reperissetis, ea (videlicet) quae adquisita fuerunt, infra Quadraginta Annos proximos ante Gratiam aliquem, si quam hactenus habebant, de non ponendo hujusmodi Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, & Proventus, extra Manus suas,
Vos in Manus nostras extunc sine dilatione poneretis & saisiaretis, seu poni & saisiri faceretis,
Et de Diligentia, quam impenderitis in Praemissis, necnon de omnibus & singulis, quae in hac parte feceritis, & eorum Circumstantiis, Nos, in Cancellaria nostra praedicta, citra ultimum diem Junii proximò futurum, sub Sigillo vestro, distinctè & apertè, Certificaretis,
Et hoc nullatenus omittatis,
Nos, informati quòd praedictum Mandatum nostrum non extiterat debito tempore Publicatum & Executum, ac illud a nonnullis erroneè fuisse Interpretatum & Intellectum, hiis & aliis de Causis Nos in ea parte moventibus, Dies & Terminos supradictos, quos ad Praemissa limitavimus & praefiximus, ad Terminos infrascriptos duximus Prorogandum,
Vobis igitur, sicut aliàs, firmiter injungendo, Mandamus quòd, in singulis locis, Balliagii vestri supradicti, rursum ex parte nostra Proclamari faciatis,
Quòd omnes Ecclesiae, tàm Majores, quàm Minores, & generaliter universa Religiosa seu Pia Loca, quae Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, aut Proventus, infra Ducatum nostrum Normanniae, aut alia Loca Conquestae nostrae, absque Amortisatione expressa, tenent, seu eorum Praelati vel Personae, earumdem Ecclesiarum seu Locorum Nomine, seu Dignitatum, Officiorum, aut Ministrationum, quas optinent in eisdem, instent & mittant pro eorum Amortisatione, sub Magno Sigillo nostro, quo in Cancellaria nostra Normanniae utimur, optinendâ, pro rationabili & moderata Financia, citra Primum Diem Februarii proximò futurum, si id Sibi, & Ecclesiis, seu Locis suis praedictis viderint expedire,
Alioquin, absque dolo, fraude, fictione, seu quovis exquisito colore, eadem Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, & Proventus, realiter & cum effectu, ponant extra Manum Ecclesiae, infra Terminum supradictum, sub Poenis Confiscationis eorum & Applicationis ad Domanium nostrum,
Et de omni eo, quod sic extra Manum suam posuerint, & de modo & serie ipsius Facti, Nos, in Cancellaria nostra praedicta, certificent, infra Quindecim Dies post lapsum Termini antedicti, sub Poena superiùs annotata,
Mandantes Vobis ulterius quòd omnia & singula hujusmodi Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, & Proventus,
Quae a praedictis Ecclesiis, seu Religiosis aut Piis Locis, vel eorum Praelatis seu Personis, eorumdem Ecclesiarum sive Locorum Nomine, post praedictum ultimum Diem Maii, absque Amortisatione, per diligentem Inquisitionem, per vos in ea parte fiendam, teneri reperieritis, ea (videlicet) quae Adquisita fuerint infra Quadraginta Annos proximos ante Gratiam aliquam, si quam hactenus habuerunt, de non Ponendo hujusmodi Terras, Tenementa, Redditus, Possessiones, & Proventus, extra Manus suas,
Vos in Manus nostras extunc, sine dilatione, ponatis & saisiatis, seu poni & saisiri faciatis,
Et de diligentia, quam impenderitis in Praemissis, necnon de omnibus & singulis, quae in hac parte feceritis, & eorum circumstanciis, Nos, in Cancellaria nostra praedicta, citra ultimum Diem Martii proximò futurum, sub Sigillo vestro, distinctè & apertè, certificetis; Et hoc nullatenus omittatis.
Teste Rege apud Castrum suum Rothomagi, decimo nono die Maii.
Per ipsum Regem.
Consimilia Brevia diriguntur subscriptis; videlicet,
Ballivo suo de Caux, vel ejus Locumtenenti.
Ballivo suo de Gisors, Chaumont, Beaumont sur Oyse, & Pontoyse vel ejus &c.
Ballivo suo de Monte &c.
Ballivo suo d' Eureux.
Ballivo suo d' Allencon.
Ballivo suo de Caen.
Ballivo suo de Costautin
.