Regesta 138
1344-1345

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'Regesta 138: 1344-1345', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 3: 1342-1362 (1897), pp. 8-18. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96243 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. CXXXVIII.

3 Clement VI.

14 Kal. June.
Avignon.
(f. 1d.)
To king Edward. Informing him, so that truth may not be obscured by falsehood, that Richard, earl of Arundel, has written nothing, which the pope remembers, either for or against the archbishop of Canterbury.
Ibid.
(f. 2.)
To Henry, earl of Derby, William, earl of Northampton, and William, earl of Huntingdon. The like.
Ibid. To Richard, earl of Arundel. Commending his devotion and informing him of the above letters.
10 Kal. June.
Avignon.
(f. 5.)
To Philip, king of France. Praying him for a safe-conduct for John de Norwico, knight, returning from the Roman court to king Edward.
Ibid. To William Flote, lord of Revel, king Philip's chancellor. The like.
Ibid.
(f. 6d.)
To Henry, earl of Derby. The pope has heard, with displeasure, of the hindrance his people have met with in their journey, which must be displeasing also to king Philip. The pope desires him to come to confer with him touching the pacification of dangerous dissensions. A safe-conduct will be provided for him.
12 Kal. July.
Avignon.
(f. 19d.)
To the prior of the Hospitallers in England. Recommending William de Northwode, knight Hospitaller, for promotion.
6 Id. July.
Avignon.
(f. 39.)
To Richard, bishop elect of Dunkeld. Faculty to contract a loan of 3000 gold florins, to meet his expenses at the apostolic see. [Theiner, 281.]
5 Id. July.
Avignon.
(f. 40.)
To king Edward. The pope has received his letters by Andrew de Offord, touching the reservation and provision made to William, papal nuncio, of the see of Norwich, contrary to an ordinance of Parliament, and praying the pope to cease from making provisions and reservations of bishoprics. The pope has already written to the king touching novelties attempted against God and the Holy Roman church, and, as the universal pastor of all churches, he does not intend to make such provisions and reservations unless he believes them to be expedient for the churches themselves. As to the opposition to and petitions against reservations and provision made by the pope's predecessors of many bishoprics and benefices in the realm, the king must be well aware that his councillors, by making ordinances against the liberties of the church, incurred divine and canonical penalties. The pope and the cardinals have lately heard that edicts have been sent to divers parts of the realm in derogation of ecclesiastical liberty, to say nothing of the seizure and imprisonment of many ecclesiastics, and the stoppage of papal letters and grants, so that hardly anyone dares present them in the realm. The pope now repeats exhortations already made to the king, and calls on him to hear the counsel of his father, and to honour the Roman church, his mother, from whom he and his ancestors have received many benefits; reminding him of the Lord's declaration and the power of binding and loosing given to Peter. The pope exhorts and entreats him, by the mercy of God, to act as a catholic prince, and to permit nothing to be done in his realm against the Roman church and ecclesiastical liberty, which the pope will defend, as having to give account in the last judgment.
Non. July.
Avignon.
(f. 44d.)
To Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London. Mandate touching the collection of the first year's fruits of benefices void within two years due to the papal camera as ordered by letters dated 13 Kal. June, anno 1, and the reservation made by Benedict XII. is to be extended to two years from 4 Id. May, anno 2.
14 Kal. Aug.
Avignon.
(f. 49d.)
To Alphonso, king of Castile. Exhorting him not to be led by the example of the English king to attempt novelties against God and ecclesiastical liberty.
1344.
3 Non. Aug.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 58d.)
To Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London, papal nuncio. Mandate, on receiving security for the payment of 700 marks, to relax the penalties and sentences promulgated against David, archbishop of Armagh, for non-payment of the said sum, due on account of fourteen triennial visits not made by him to the apostolic see, he having stated his necessities to the pope, and prayed for remedy.
12 Kal. Sept.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 69d.)
To Philip, king of France. Sending him a copy of two letters received from king Edward touching the mission of envoys to the pope for the treaty of peace, and praying him to send envoys with full powers to meet them.
3 Id. Sept.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 81d.)
To John, bishop of Exeter. Desiring him to desist from molesting the proctors of Aymar, cardinal of St. Anastasia's, touching the fruits of the church of Axminster, annexed to two prebends of York, of which the cardinal has one, and to allow them to receive the same.
18 Kal. Oct.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 87.)
To Philip, king of France. King Edward's envoys have arrived, among whom are a bishop, a knight, and two clerks, awaiting the envoys of king Philip, to whom is sent the schedule as drawn by the pope, and another schedule with the additions made by the envoys touching the breaches of the truce, about which the pope has written to the king, and has received an answer by prince John, duke of Normandy. The pope requests him to send letters according to the tenor of the second schedule, or at least of the first.
10 Kal. Oct.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 91.)
To Charles, duke of Brittany. Among the matters which demand the pope's anxious attention is that of the reformation of peace between the kings of France and England, to which end he has sent cardinals Peter, bishop of Palestrina, and Anibaldus of Tusculum as nuncios, and calls upon the duke to comply with the clause of the truce touching its observance in Brittany, and to revoke whatever has been done against it, under pain of such sentences as the pope shall see fit to promulgate.
Ibid. To the officers and ministers of John, count of Montfort, in Brittany. The like.
8 Id. Oct.
Avignon.
(f. 99d.)
To Henry, earl of Derby. The pope has gladly received his letters sent by John de Rippis, Carmelite, his confessor and envoy, and papal chaplain, who has informed the pope of his diligence in inducing king Edward to make peace with Philip. He is still very desirous of such a peace, and of a crusade. But as the said envoy was charged to open the matter in secret to John de Offord, dean of Lincoln, to whom he gave the king's as well as the earl's letters, the pope called to his presence both the dean and the chaplain, and having conferred with them, it was agreed that before the pope came to the place written of by the earl, the king of England should state to the earl what lands and sums of money are to be given to him, or should intimate the same by a special envoy, or secret letters, which the pope will receive as under the seal of confession, and will labour to bring the king of France to agree to fitting and tolerable terms. The pope exhorts the earl to add to his merits by using all diligence in bringing the business to the desired end.
Ibid.
(f. 100.)
To the same. Among the matters touched on by them when speaking together at a time when the earl was at the apostolic see, that of the revocation of novelties attempted in England against ecclesiastical liberty was mentioned. As no further communication has been made by the earl in this matter, the pope desires him, as he told him by word of mouth, to use his influence touching the same, and to write to the pope an account of what has been done.
Ibid. To John, archbishop of Canterbury. Exhorting him to follow the example of his predecessor, St. Thomas, in defending the liberties of the church, and to procure the revocation of novelties attempted against them.
Ibid.
(f. 100d.)
To the same. The pope has received his letters by John de Rippis, and commends him for his labours touching the reformation of peace, about which the pope has conferred with the said envoy, and with John de Offord, to whom the king's, and his, and the earl of Derby's letters have been presented. The archbishop's envoy will bring a verbal report of what was then agreed upon, and the inexpediency of the pope's coming to the place suggested by the earl until he hears more of the intention of the parties, between whom the pope urges him to continue his labours for peace
4 Id. Oct.
Avignon.
(f. 100d.)
To Thomas Hatfield, councillor and keeper of the king's secret seal. Touching the same.
Ibid. To John de Gonouzell. The like.
4 Kal. Nov.
Avignon.
(f. 109d.)
To the archbishop of Canterbury and his suffragans. Mandate to discover and detain Ralph de Omenevilla, an apostate monk of St. Denis, Paris, denounced by Giles, abbot of the same.
Ibid.
(f. 110.)
To king Edward. Requesting him to assist the archbishop and his suffragans, and to order his officers to aid in the capture of the said monk.
Ibid. To queen Isabella, touching the same.
Ibid.
(f. 111d.)
To queen Philippa. The pope has received her letters by Tedicius Benedicti de Falchinello, papal serjeant-at-arms and her esquire; he is sorry that he cannot grant her request; and prays her to use her influence in procuring the revocation of novelties, by which God is offended, and the royal honour is diminished.
2 Kal. Nov.
Avignon.
(f. 112.)
To the bishop of Norwich. Mandate, at the request of queen Isabella, to carry out papal provisions of benefices made to the underwritten canons, rectors, and clerks without examination.Canons: Thomas de London of Chichester, Edmund de Rammesbury of Salisbury, John de Hull of Lincoln. Rectors: Robert Poumart of Saham Tony, Nicholas la Touker of Stanford Rivers, Edmund de Burnham of Honington, Walter de Nottingham of South Wotton, Alan de Retford of Oxburgh, William de Walcote of Pudding Norton, Elias de Sancto Edmundo of Hucham, John de Hardeshull of Stilton. Clerks. John de Neuby and William de Mundele.
3 Non. Nov.
Avignon.
(f. 115.)
To king Edward. Praying for a safe-conduct for Nicholas, archbishop of Ravenna, and Peter, bishop of Astorga, who are about to be sent to him on certain matters touching the pope and the Roman church and the king.
Ibid. To John, archbishop of Canterbury. Requesting him to use his influence for the success of the mission of the above-named prelates.
17 Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 126d.)
To John, earl of Warenne. Recommending John de Janicuria for the priory of St. Pancras, in the diocese of Chichester, now void, and accepting the instance made for the promotion of his son William, prior of Castleacre, by Iterius, abbot of Cluny.
11 Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 134.)
To all prelates, secular and regular, and to the masters and preceptors of knightly orders in England, and in the lands subject to king Edward. Mandates to receive Nicholas, archbishop of Ravenna, and Peter, bishop of Astorga, papal nuncios, and to provide them respectively with 10 and 8 gold florins a day for their expenses. The Hospitallers in England are to provide them respectively with 15 and 12 gold florins a day.
Ibid.
(f. 134d.)
To the above-named nuncios. Faculty to summon to their presence all prelates of the realm on matters touching their mission.
Ibid. To king Edward. Requesting him to receive favourably the said nuncios, and to listen to them touching the revocation of novelties which are hurtful to him and to his realm.
Ibid. To queen Isabella and to queen Philippa. Touching the same.
Ibid.
(f. 135.)
To the archbishop of Canterbury, and to the bishops of London, Ely, Chichester, Durham, Lincoln, and Exeter. Touching the same.
Ibid. To Henry, earl of Derby, and to Thomas, earl of Warwick, marshal of England, William, earl of Northampton, constable of England, William, earl of Huntingdon, Richard, earl of Arundel, Bartholomew de Burwasch, knight, Robert de Sadington, knight, the king's chancellor, Ralph de Staford, the king's steward, Thomas de Hattefelde, the king's secretary, Reginald de Cobham, John de Arci the elder, the king's chamberlain, John de Arci the younger, Edward, duke of Cornwall, Mary de Sancto Paulo, countess of Pembroke, Henry, earl of Lancaster. Touching the same.
Ibid.
(f. 135d.)
To king Edward. Praying for a safe-conduct for the said nuncios, according to the form of the enclosed schedule, so that they may not be delayed in port.
Ibid.
(f. 136.)
To John, archbishop of Canterbury. Touching the same.
3 Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 141d.)
To the same. Praying him to continue his favour touching John la Porta, prior of Montacute, and recommending to him the business which Iterius, abbot of Cluny, has to expedite with the king, about his priories, pensions, and subjects.
7 Id. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 143.)
To king Edward. Recommending to him Talairand, cardinal of St. Peter ad Vincula, touching the castle of Lavardac and other lands in Gascony, which have come to him by succession; and also Arnald de Duroforti, on whose behalf the pope has written about lands and goods granted to him by the king.
Ibid. To queen Philippa. On behalf of the above-named cardinal.
Ibid. To Henry, earl of Derby, Richard, earl of Arundel, and John, archbishop of Canterbury. Touching the same.
8 Id. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 144d.)
To Philip, king of France. Simon de Bussiaco, the king's councillor and envoy, will lay before him what has been done touching the treaty of peace between him and king Edward, who is sending envoys for the same end. The term for the treaty, which was to end at Christmas, is, by mutual consent, to be prolonged for a year.
Ibid. To king Edward. The like, substituting Hugh de Neyvilla for Simon de Bussiaco, and adding that he has received Master Henry de Thoresby, clerk, and Ralph Pigornel, knight, the king's envoys. [Fœdera.]
7 Id. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 145.)
To Joan, queen of France and Navarre. The pope thanks her for her enquiries and for the excellent cheeses she has sent him. He has been putting off his answer to a request for a dispensation for marriage between king Edward's eldest son and a daughter of John, Duke of Brabant; his intention being towards the queen's daughter Blanche.
4 Id. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 145d.)
To Bernard de Sistre and Pontius de Puteo, executors of the testament of Bernard de Sistre, archdeacon of Canterbury, papal nuncio. Acquittance for a sum of 987 gold florins 2s. received by the papal camera through Raimund Pelegrini, papal nuncio, and James Malabayla, merchant of Asti, in pursuance of a mandate to the nuncio to assign to the said merchant all the property of the archdeacon, which consisted of 3839 gold florins, being 527l. 17s 2d. at the rate of 2s. 9d. a florin, out of which sum 149l. 5s. 81/8d. being 1085 florins 2s. remained due, less 98 florins due to the executors, leaving the aforesaid balance.
2 Id. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 151.)
To Henry, earl of Derby. The pope has received Master John de Thoresby, canon of Lincoln, and Ralph Pigornel, knight, the king's envoys. As the earl, when at the apostolic see, spoke to the pope privately touching the reformation of peace, and then sent John de Rippis, after which the pope wrote to the earl, he holds to what he said and wrote touching the matter, and is writing to the king in this sense. He requests the earl to induce the king to make the desired peace, and also to use his influence touching the novelties, offensive to God and the church.
Ibid.
(f. 151d.)
To John, archbishop of Canterbury. Touching the same.
Ibid. To Edward, prince of Wales. Touching the same.
Ibid. To William, earl of Northampton, and Bartholomew Bourghers, knight. Touching the same.
Ibid. To king Edward. Requesting him to give a favourable hearing to Nicholas, archbishop of Ravenna, and Peter, bishop of Astorga, papal nuncios.
Ibid.
(f. 152.)
To the same. The pope has received his envoys, John de Thoresby and Ralph Spigornel; and informs him that he holds to what he has spoken and written to the earl of Derby touching the peace, as also touching the crusade, to promote which should now be the object of catholic princes. He has also conferred with John de Offord and the envoys. It was thought expedient that the king should lay open his proposal to the earl, who would secretly convey it to the pope, by whom it would be received as under the seal of confession, and who would, being thus informed, be better able to use his influence in the interests of peace. He therefore prays the king to confide in him, and he will try to induce the king of France to do the like.
Ibid.
(f. 154.)
To the same. The pope has thought good not to grant at present a dispensation for the marriage of the prince of Wales with Joan, daughter of John, duke of Brabant, hoping that by a marriage or marriages between his children and those of the king of France, or those of John, duke of Normandy, peace between the two crowns may be more easily arranged.
Ibid. To the prince of Wales. The pope has not thought good to grant the dispensation asked for by king Edward.
13 Kal. Aug.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 157.)
To Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London, papal nuncio. Acquittance for a sum of 4000 florins, being 550l. at the rate of 2s. 9d. a florin, assigned to James Malabayla, merchant of Asti, for the papal camera.
10 Kal. Jan.
Avignon.
(f. 168.)
To Philip, king of France. The pope sent him a message by Guy, bishop of Autun. Since his departure, an answer has been received from Henry, earl of Derby, who intends to arrive shortly with Bartholomew de Borwachs, knight. The pope requests an early answer.
Ibid. To the queen of France. Touching the same.
5 Kal. Jan.
Avignon. (f. 177.)
To Roland Targa, rector of East Bradeham, in the diocese of Norwich. Remission and grant of fruits received from the said rectory, which he, now aged forty, has held under a provision of John XXII. for poor clerks, he being at the time of accepting it in his twenty-third year, and afterwards dispensed by the present pope, with an order to give half the fruits received to the crusade against the Turks. But as he received them in good faith, and has spent them all on necessaries, so that he has not wherewith to make restitution, this remission is given to him.
17 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 179.)
To Iterius, abbot of Cluny. Mandate to receive the resignation of John la Porta, prior of Montacute, in the diocese of Bath, and to give the priory to a fit person.
3 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 191d.)
To king Edward. Not without displeasure has the pope heard of the suggestion made to the king that the pope was sending nuncios to publish processes and fulminate sentences in England. No such power was given to the nuncios, who were to induce the king by peaceful means to revoke novelties attempted against the church. He therefore prays the king to listen favourably to the said nuncios.
Ibid.
(f. 192.)
To queen Isabella. Touching the same.
Ibid. To Henry, earl of Lancaster. The like.
Ibid. To Henry, earl of Derby. The like, adding that his coming speedily to the pope will console him not a little.
Ibid. To John, archbishop of Canterbury, William de Kildesby, Thomas de Hatfield, the king's clerks, John Genelkelle, steward of the earl of Derby. The like, omitting the added clause to the said earl.
Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 193.)
To king Edward. Informing him of the victory over the Turks at Smyrna, won by the forces of the king of Cyprus, of the Hospitallers, and of the doge of Venice, to whom the pope sent Henry, patriarch of Constantinople, as legate, a full account of which will be given him by John Bonde, donsel, who is returning from those parts. The pope exhorts the king to make peace [with France], so that all catholic princes may join in a like enterprise. [Fœdera.]
7 Id. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 196.)
To Philip, king of France. From the envoys of king Edward the pope has heard that, although some persons in England endeavoured to hinder their mission, it was ordered in council, on 17 January, that Henry, earl of Derby, and Bartholomew de Burghassch, baron, the king's councillors, were to come, and that the papal nuncios were furnished with a safe-conduct. The pope therefore prays king Philip to comply with the request conveyed to him in letters sent by Guy, bishop of Autun, and to have his envoys ready to meet those of king Edward.
Ibid. To the said bishop. The pope is surprised that he has received no letter from him since his departure on his mission. He has heard from the king's envoys of the order in council touching the earl of Derby and Bartholomew de Burghasscb, and that the papal nuncios had a safe conduct from king Edward. Wherefore the pope orders him to obtain an answer from king Philip, to whom he is writing.
6 Id. March.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 224.)
To Roger, bishop of Lichfield. Thanking him for his letters sent by his nephew Laurence, B.C.L. with a present of a precious and most beautiful cope, and promising to be favourable towards him and his church.
Ibid.
(f. 226.)
To king Edward. Praying him to receive favourably Thomas Gratuli, the newly appointed prior of Deerhurst, in the diocese of Worcester, from which Ralph de Ermenevilla has been removed by the abbot and convent of St. Denis, Paris, to whom the said priory and the parish church of the place belong.
Ibid. To queen Isabella. Touching the same.
Ibid.
(f. 226d.)
To John, archbishop of Canterbury. Touching the same.
Ibid. To the same. Mandate to assist the said Thomas in obtaining possession of the said priory and church.
16 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 235.)
To Philip, king of France. Sending a copy of the letters brought by Michael de Northburgh, D.C.L. canon of Lichfield, and Nigel de Loring, knight, king Edward's envoys, touching the delay of the mission of the earl of Derby and Bartholomew de Burghassch. The said envoys, in the presence of William, bishop of Norwich, and John de Offorde, dean of Lincoln, also envoys of the said king, explained that the delay was caused by breaches of the truces, especially in Brittany, and by reason that Charles, duke of Brittany, was making warlike preparations by sea. Also before the aforesaid letters were presented one of the king's envoys prayed for licence to depart, and both he and another of his colleagues, and many English at the papal court, are getting ready to leave it, so that the hope of a treaty of peace cannot at present be entertained. Wherefore let king Philip provide, so as to be prepared. A certain one, to whom many secret matters used to be written from England, and who used to tell them to the pope, has shown him a letter, just arrived, of which a copy has been given to Frenchmen at the papal court, to whom and to others the pope has unfolded by word of mouth many things touching this matter, ordering them to give the said copy to the king, and to convey to him what the pope has said.
15 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 236d.)
To king Edward. Sending copies of letters written by the doge of Venice and of others touching the disturbances in the east, and informing him of the commission given to Raymund, bishop of Terouanne, of the eastern legation, and to Bertrand de Baucio, knight, captain of the galleys, to set out for those parts. The pope urges him to make peace with king Philip, so that the arms of orthodox princes may be turned against enemies of the faith. [Fœdera.]
13 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 238.)
To Philip, king of France. Sending him a copy of the above letter to king Edward.
10 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 238d.)
To king Edward. The pope has received his letters by his envoys, Michael de Northburg and Nigel de Loring, with his excuses for not sending the earl of Derby and Bartholomew de Burghassch, and has heard the explanations given by the said envoys in the presence of the bishop of Norwich and John de Offord, but he finds them unsatisfactory. He has offered to spare no labour to make peace with king Philip if the said earl and Bartholomew come with instructions. He therefore prays the king to prolong the truce for a year from Michaelmas next, adding that letters touching the breaches of the truce have been sent by Guy, bishop of Autun, to king Philip, who assures the pope that he has done his best to observe the truce, and will send envoys to meet those of king Edward.
Ibid.
(f. 239.)
To Henry, earl of Derby. The pope has heard, by Nigel de Loring, knight, that which makes him grieve the more at the non-arrival of the earl, to whom he was ready to concede whatever should make for peace.
6 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(f. 242.)
To all prelates, secular and regular. Safe-conduct for William, abbot of Evesham, promoted at the apostolic see, and now returning to his monastery.
Non. April.
Avignon.
(f. 245d.)
To king Edward. The pope, having sent William, bishop of Norwich, to lay before the king the matter of collations and provisions, or other things which belong to the apostolic authority, does not intend to restrict or limit his own power touching the same, although he will not exercise it so freely as he did at the time of his accession. If, therefore, any other suggestion is made, the king is to give no credence to it.
5 Id. May.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 276d.)
To Philip, king of France. The pope's nuncios having returned from England, he sends a copy of king Edward's letters to Philip, who will be further informed, touching the occasions which Edward seems to take of going to war, and not keeping the truce, by Peter, bishop of Clermont, Lewis de Pictavia, Master Firmin de Coquerello, dean of Paris, and Peter de Verberia, his councillors.
Ibid.
(f. 278d.)
To Raimond Pelegrini, canon of London, papal nuncio. Faculty to dispense those of England who are unable to fulfil their vows to visit Rome, Santiago, or the Holy Land, on condition of their giving the cost of their journey to the war against the enemies of the catholic faith and the defence of the faithful in the east.
Ibid.
(f. 279.)
To John, duke of Brabant. The pope has favourably received his envoys; but informs him, touching a dispensation asked for by king Edward and the duke, that before the arrival of his envoys the matter had been discussed, and the dispensation refused, wherefore, if the like answer is given to his envoys, the pope begs to be excused.
To John, bishop of Hereford. Thanking him for his devotion and promising to be favourable to him and his church.
2 Id. May.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 283d.)
To Raimund Pelegrini, papal nuncio in England. Acquittance for 250 gold florins paid to him by Matilda, countess of Wolvestier (Ulster), to be sent to the pope.
1344.
14 Kal. Sept.
Villeneuve by
Avignon.
(f. 290.)
To all prelates, secular and regular. Safe-conduct for William, bishop of Norwich, John de Offorde, dean of Lincoln, Andrew de Offord, canon of London, Hugh de Neville, and Nicholas de Flisco, knights, and others, sent to the pope by king Edward touching the treaty of peace between him and king Philip.
Id. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 291.)
To the same. The like for William, bishop of Norwich, Henry, earl of Derby, Bartholomew de Borwasch, baron, and others, as above.
13 Kal. June.
Avignon.
(f. 291.)
To the same. Safe-conduct for Thomas Koch, knight of king Edward, and four other knights, returning from the Roman court on the part of Henry, earl of Derby.
Id. June.
Avignon.
(f. 292.)
To the same. The like for Henry, earl of Derby, returning to England.
15 Kal. July.
Avignon.
(f. 292.)
To the same. The like for John Garini, knight, of the diocese of St. Asaph, who has proposed to go against the influels.
Non. Oct.
Avignon.
(f. 293d.)
To the same. The like for Thomas de Kant, serjeant and member of the papal household, going to England and about to return thence on business of his own.