Regesta 141
1347-1348

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1897

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'Regesta 141: 1347-1348', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 3: 1342-1362 (1897), pp. 33-37. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96246 Date accessed: 21 October 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. CXLI. (fn. 1)

6 Clement VI.

6 Kal. June.
Avignon.
(No. 7.)
To Philip, king of France. Requesting him to do what he can to procure the liberation of David, king of Scotland, and William de Duglas, knight.
Ibid.
(No. 8.)
To Joan, queen of Scotland. Consoling her on the capture of king David, for whose liberation he assures her that he will labour.
9 Kal. July.
Avignon.
(No. 67.)
To John de Thoresby, bishop elect of St. Davids. Faculty to be consecrated by any prelate of his choice in communion with the apostolic see, and ordering him to take the oath of fealty to the pope, according to the enclosed form, and return it under seal.
5 Kal. Oct.
Avignon.
(No. 404.)
To Henry, earl of Lancaster. Praying him to extend, until next Easter, the time of payment of money due from Alexander de Cavomonte, knight, who has refused a like extension of the term of payment of the ransom of Aymar de Pictavia, count of Valentinois, on the ground that he is indebted to the earl in the same amount.
Ibid.
(No. 405.)
To king Edward. The pope has received his envoy, Nicholas Herle, a Friar Preacher, and his letters; he is sending a verbal answer to the king's and queen Philippa's request, by the same envoy.
6 Kal. Oct.
Avignon.
(No. 410.)
To Constantius, king of Armenia. Touching the reception of his envoy, Constantius, knight, who was accredited also to the kings of France and England.
5 Kal. Oct.
Avignon.
(No. 411.)
To Philip, king of France. Praying him, at the request of Joan, duchess of Brittany, to give his help towards the liberation of her husband, Charles.
5 Kal. Oct.
Avignon.
(No. 412.)
To cardinals Anibaldus and Stephen, papal nuncios. Requesting them to labour for the liberation of Charles, duke of Brittany, so that if this is done by the good will of king Philip, there may be a marriage between a daughter of king Edward and a son of the said duke.
4 Kal. Oct.
Avignon.
(No. 413.)
To the same. The pope has been informed by their letters of 20 and 28 September of the truce until the quinzaine of St. John the Baptist, which by their endeavours has been accepted by the kings of France and England. Their request for licence to return to the pope is granted, if they are sure that no difficulty will be put in the way of a treaty of peace on the termination of the truce.
Kal. Oct.
Avignon.
(No. 424.)
To the same. Touching the liberation of the duke of Brittany, and the projected marriage between one of his sons and a daughter of king Edward, which, as represented by the duchess's envoy, would further it.
12 Kal. Nov.
Avignon.
(No. 585.)
To king Edward. Requesting him to liberate the duke of Brittany.
Ibid. To queen Philippa. Touching the same.
Ibid. To the cardinals nuncios. The like, mutatis mutandis.
Ibid. To Henry, earl of Lancaster, and William, earl of Northampton. The like.
10 Kal. Nov.
Avignon.
(No. 596.)
To king Edward. Requesting him to revoke what has been done touching the archdeaconry of the East Riding and the church of Wimbledon, of which papal provision was made to Aymar, cardinal of St. Anastasia's, and which he held for three years, and into which two persons have been intruded, and the cardinal's proctors cited to the king's parliament, and the papal letters of provision taken from them; and to cause restitution to be made to the cardinal of the said benefices.
Ibid.
(Nos. 597 to 599.)
To Henry, earl of Lancaster, Bartholomew de Burgassh, knight, the king's chamberlain, and to the cardinals nuncios. Touching the same, mutatis mutandis.
13 Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(No. 865.)
To king Edward. Recommending to him John, now abbot of St. Augustine's, Canterbury, who was elected to the see of Winchester, to which, at the king's request, another was appointed by the pope. On the subsequent voidance of the abbey, John, elected abbot, was expected at the apostolic see to prosecute the business of his election, and, as a long time passed without his coming, the pope appointed him to the abbey, and another, as has been said, to the see. But as he hears that difficulties are put in the way of the abbot's obtaining possession of the goods of the monastery he requests the king to remove them.
1348.
8 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(No. 1048.)
To Reginald de Pontibus, knight, of the diocese of Saintes. Recommending to him John Sicardi, dean and administrator of the Benedictine monastery of St. Jean d'Angely, in the said diocese, which has suffered greatly in the war.
Ibid. To the seneschal of Gascony, for king Edward, and to the constable of Bordeaux. Touching the same.
Non. Feb.
Avignon.
(No. 1078.)
To king Edward. Repeating the request for the liberation, on parole or on bail, of Charles, duke of Brittany, whose presence would be of great service in the negotiations for peace between the two kings.
Ibid.
(Nos. 1079, 1080.)
To queen Philippa, and to queen Isabella. Touching the same.
Ibid.
(Nos. 1081 to 1085.)
To Edward, prince of Wales, Henry, earl of Lancaster, William, earl of Northampton, the earl of Huntingdon, and the countess of Pembroke. The like, mutatis mutandis.
10 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(No. 1098.)
To John, archbishop of Canterbury. Requesting him to give credence to Richard Wachan, archdeacon of Surrey, sent to him by the pope with a verbal message touching the business of the peace between the kings of France and England.
9 Kal. Feb.
Avignon.
(f. 1099.)
To Philip, king of France. There have lately come to the apostolic see a clerk, a Carmelite, and a knight, envoys of king Edward, on the business of the peace, and with them envoys of the Flemings, who have prayed the pope to revoke the processes against the same Flemings, saying that what they ask is of importance for the peace, to which they say that king Edward is more than wont well inclined, and offering, if the pope grants their prayer, to send one of their number to England, and that the earls of Lancaster and Huntingdon will come at once to the pope about the treaty of peace. The pope proposes to release the sentences against the Flemings during the truce, and begs king Philip to write to him touching the matter by the bearer of this letter, who will be with him in five days, and return in another five. If king Edward sends the aforesaid earls, king Philip should send persons of like rank. The pope requests him to order the bishop of Paris and the seneschal of Beaucaire to come to him on 2 Feb. to complete the terms of the truce.
Ibid.
(No. 1100.)
To Joan, queen of France. Touching the same.
Ibid.
(No. 1101.)
To Master Firmin de Coquerello, dean of Paris. Touching the same.
13 Kal. March.
Avignon.
(No. 1135.)
To king Edward. The pope has received his envoys, John Carlton, canon of Wells, John de Reppiis, papal penitentiary, and Hugh de Newell, knight, and informs the king that justice forbids him to revoke the processes against the Flemings, but that he is ready to suspend them and the concurrent penalties during the truce between the two kings, holding out a hope to the envoys that if the truce is prolonged, the suspension will likewise continue. This proposal was refused, by the king's envoys, as the knight, who is returned, will inform him. Wherefore he prays the king to dispose himself to peace, and to send the ambassadors, whom the pope has been expecting, giving notice of their coming, so that king Philip may send those whom he proposes to meet them.
5 Non. March.
Avignon.
(No. 1155.)
To Philip, king of France. Ivo, lord of Garencieres, knight, will, on his return, tell him what has been done in the business about which he was sent, and also touching the prolongation of the truce between him and king Edward.
9 Kal. March.
Avignon.
(No. 1161.)
To Lewis, count of Flanders. The envoys of king Edward, and those of the Flemings, came together before the pope, so that he was not able to speak what was in his mind to the Flemish envoys on the count's business. They indeed said nothing against the count, and if they had, the pope would not have listened to them. Philip de Arbosio, dean of Bruges, will have, at the count's request, a prebend of Paris.
10 Kal. March.
Avignon.
(No. 1174.)
To Raphael Damiani and Obertonus de Plana, citizens of Asti, dwelling at Bruges, partners of James Malabayla. Faculty to give acquittances to William, bishop of Aberdeen, collector in Scotland of money belonging to the papal camera, for sums assigned to them by him.
13 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(No. 1220.)
To John, archbishop of Canterbury. Recommending to him Antoninus, archbishop of Hierapolis, who is coming to England on the affairs of Christendom.
5 Kal. April.
Avignon.
(No. 1232.)
To king Edward. As the coming of his ambassadors for the reformation of peace, whom the pope has long expected, is delayed, John de Carlton, D.C.L. canon of Wells, whose industry and prudence in the king's affairs the pope commends, is sent to him with a request to send back the said Master John and others with full powers to prolong the truce, and to write to the pope touching the matters of which John brings a verbal message to the king.
Ibid.
(No. 1233.)
To Henry, earl of Lancaster. Touching the same.
Ibid.
(Nos. 1234 to 1236.)
To John, archbishop of Canterbury, Bartholomew de Burghaissh, the king's chamberlain, and Guy de Briane, knight, the king's secretary. The like.
3 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(No. 1291.)
To all prelates, secular and regular. Safe-conduct for Master Francis Orsini (de filiis Ursi), treasurer of York, papal notary, going to Rome and other parts on the pope's business.
3 Id. May.
Avignon.
(No. 1338.)
To king Edward, requesting him to give no credence to the untrue accusations made against William Beaufiz, a Friar Minor, papal chaplain, who has said nothing to the pope against the king.
15 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(No. 1344.)
To the same. The pope has received his letters by Guy de Briane, knight, his secretary, to which the pope replies that although king Philip urged him to grant him a tenth of benefices in his realm, it was not granted to him for six years, as king Edward has been given to understand, but his petition was suspended until the envoys of both kings met for the treaty of peace, and that then, as a sign of the pope's joy at the result so long awaited, a grant of two years seemed fitting. Wherefore the pope begs king Edward not to be offended if his petition touching the same is not granted, and desires him to believe that, by the pope as mediator, no partiality is shown to king Philip. He has written to king Edward by Master John de Carlton, touching the prolongation of the truce, and prays him to send the said envoy or others with full powers for the same.
15 Kal. May.
Avignon.
(No. 1345.)
To all prelates, secular and regular. Safe-conduct for Guy de Briane, king Edward's secretary and envoy, returning from the Roman court.
3 Id. May.
Avignon.
(No. 1355.)
To king Edward. (As above, No. 1338.)
Non. May.
Avignon.
(No. 1396.)
To Master Francis Orsini (de filiis Ursi), treasurer of York, papal notary. Mandate to oppose and crush Nicholas Laurencii (Rienzi), a Roman citizen.

Footnotes

1 The folios of this volume are not numbered.