Regesta 144
1350-1351

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1897

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'Regesta 144: 1350-1351', Calendar of Papal Registers Relating to Great Britain and Ireland, Volume 3: 1342-1362 (1897), pp. 46-49. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=96249 Date accessed: 31 July 2014.


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Regesta, Vol. CXLIV.

9 Clement VI.

8 Id. June.
Avignon.
(f. 25d.)
To the archbishops of Braga and Brindisi, papal nuncios. The pope has received their letters, with those of king Edward, and rejoices at the prospect of peace. He sends them a copy of his letters to those engaged at Calais on the part of the two kings on the treaty of peace.
Ibid. To those engaged on the treaty of peace between the kings of France and England. Exhorting them to promote those things that make for peace, considering that the discord, to put an end to which he has sent the abovenamed nuncios, hinders the gaining of the indulgence of the jubilee of the fiftieth year.
8 Kal. July.
(Ut supra.)
(f. 36d.)
To king Edward. Requesting him to let Charles, duke of Brittany, go to take part in the treaty of peace to be held at Calais, where his presence will promote the success of the same.
Ibid. To queens Philippa and Isabella, Henry, earl of Lancaster, the earl of Arundel, William, earl of Northampton, Simon, archbishop of Canterbury. Touching the same.
8 Id. July.
(Ut supra.)
Avignon.
(f. 42d.)
To Hugh Pelegrini, D.C.L. treasurer of Lichfield, papal nuncio. Appointing him successor to Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London, for business touching the papal camera.
4 Id. Aug.
Avignon.
(f. 73.)
To king Edward. Requesting him to observe the terms of the truce, on the publication of which, at Tours, one of his serjeants was killed and another severely wounded. The pope is writing to king Philip, without whose knowledge this was done, to desire him to punish the offenders.
Ibid.
(f. 73d.)
To Philip, king of France. Touching the same, and sending him a copy of his letters to king Edward.
Ibid.
(f. 74d.)
To Blanche, queen of France. Sending a copy of his letters to king Philip touching the peace, and requesting her to use all diligence in furthering the same.
Ibid. To John, duke of Normandy, William Flote, knight, Peter, bishop of Tournay, king Philip's chancellor, Hugh, bishop of Laon. The like.
Ibid. To queens Isabella and Philippa, Edward, prince of Wales, Henry, earl of Lancaster, John (sic), earl of Arundel, Bartholomew de Bruassh, knight, Guy de Brian, knight, John (sic), archbishop of Canterbury, William, bishop of Norwich, the bishop of Worcester, John (sic), bishop of Winchester, Michael de Northembourc, archdeacon of Suffolk. Touching the same.
16 Kal. Sept.
Avignon.
(f. 81.)
Safe-conduct for Bertrand de Aragone, papal serjeant-at-arms, going to the kings of France and England.
3 Kal. Sept.
Avignon.
(f. 96d.)
Safe-conduct for William, bishop of Norwich, earls Henry of Lancaster and Richard of Arundel, Bartholomew de Burgherssh, knight, king Edward's chamberlain, and their secretaries coming to the pope as envoys touching the treaty of peace between John, king of France, and the said king Edward.
2 Kal. Sept.
(Ut supra.)
Avignon.
(f. 97.)
To king Edward. The pope has just received his letters, dated Westminster, 18 June, touching the mission of the aforenamed envoys, and hopes that the death of king Philip will not hinder negotiations from being carried on with king John. The pope will send a nuncio to follow the king's courier, who is the bearer of these letters, and another nuncio and letters to king John. Had king Edward's envoy arrived sooner than he did, the safe-conduct asked for would have been sent earlier.
3 Non. Sept.
Avignon.
(f. 101d.)
Safe-conduct for Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London, papal nuncio, coming to England, who is to have 6 florins a day for his expenses.
Ibid.
(f. 102d.)
To Joan, queen of France. Requesting her to give credence to Androinus, abbot of St. Seine, in the diocese of Langres, papal nuncio to king John touching the treaty of peace between him and king Edward.
Ibid.
(f. 103.)
To the prior of Rochester. Mandate to give safe-conduct to Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London, papal nuncio, coming to king Edward on business of the peace between him and king John of France.
Ibid.
(f. 103d.)
To John, archbishop of Dublin. Desiring him to give credence to the aforenamed Raimund Pelegrini.
Ibid. To Simon, archbishop of Canterbury, John (sic), bishop of Winchester, William de Scaresull, knight, the king's justiciar, and to the captain of Calais for the same king or his lieutenant. The like.
3 Non. Sept.
Avignon.
(f. 104d.)
Safe-conduct for Androinus, abbot of St. Seine, and Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London, papal nuncios.
Ibid.
(f. 105.)
To king Edward. Letter of credence for Raimund Pelegrini, papal nuncio.
Ibid. To Michael de Northoburgh, archdeacon of Suffolk, Richard, earl of Arundel, John de Carleton, dean of Wells. The like.
Ibid.
(f. 106d.)
To John (sic), earl of Huntingdon, Bartholomew de Burghassh, knight, the king's chamberlain, Guy de Briane, knight. The like.
Ibid.
(f. 107.)
To John, king of France, Letter of credence for Androinus, abbot of St. Seine, papal nuncio.
Ibid.
(f. 109d.)
To William, bishop of Norwich, John, bishop of Worcester, Henry, earl of Lancaster, John (sic), bishop of London. Letters of credence for Raimund Pelegrini, papal nuncio.
Non. Sept.
Avignon.
(f. 111.)
To queens Philippa and Isabella, and to Edward, prince of Wales. The like.
8 Id. Sept.
Avignon.
(f. 113d.)
To Androinus, abbot of St. Seine, papal nuncio. Mandate to obtain from the king of France a safe-conduct for William, bishop of Norwich, the earls of Lancaster and Arundel, Bartholomew de Burgherssh, king Edward's envoys to the pope, and their secretaries, and to assign them to Raimund Pelegrini, papal nuncio to the said king.
Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 124d.)
To Margaret [countess] Marshal, of Lopham, in the diocese of Norwich, king Edward's kinswoman. [This superscription follows a mandate to the chapter of St. Peter's, Rome, to show the Veronica to three French knights, dated 3 Id. Nov. and is addressed “In eodem modo.”]
9 Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 174d.)
To king Edward. The pope has received his letters and those of Raimund Pelegrini, and requests him not to refuse to send envoys for a treaty of peace with John, king of France, to whom the pope has sent the abbot of St. Seine to arrange a meeting of their envoys between Boulogne and Calais. Although king Edward says that he cannot trust king John's safe-conduct, inasmuch as his serjeant, who was sent to publish the truce, was killed by the French at Tours, the pope will obtain another safeconduct from that king, so that after the prorogation of the truce, a place and time may be fixed upon where and when their envoys may meet, and that then and there, together with a cardinal or cardinals, and the archbishops of Braga and Brindisi, whom the pope will send with the approval of both kings, the negotiations for peace may be carried on.
Ibid.
(f. 175d.)
To queens Philippa and Isabella, Edward, prince of Wales, the archbishops of Dublin and Canterbury, the bishops of Norwich, Winchester, Worcester, and London, John de Scabeya, S.T.P. monk of Rochester, earls William of Huntingdon, Henry of Lancaster, and William (sic) of Arundel, William de Scaresullis, knight, the king's justice, Bartholomew de Burghassh, knight, and Michael de Nortembourg, the king's secretary. Touching the same.
3 Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 177d.)
To Raimund Pelegrini, canon of London, papal nuncio. Mandate to carry out his mission to the king and queens of England according to instructions contained in the enclosed schedule.
Ibid. To the abbot of St. Seine. The like in regard to the king and queens of France.
5 Kal. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 177d.)
To Robert de Erle, knight, captain of Calais for king Edward. Requesting him to give free passage to the bearer, carrying letters to England touching the peace between the kings of England and France.
Ibid.
(f. 178.)
To John, king of France. The pope has received his letters and those of the abbot of St. Seine, touching the envoys to be sent to a place between Bolougne and Calais to meet those of king Edward, who excuses himself on the ground of not being able to trust king John's safe-conduct on account of his serjeant being killed at Tours. The pope has written to king Edward (as above, f. 174d.) and begs king John to grant the required safe-conduct, so that the peace negotiations may be carried on.
Ibid.
(f. 178d.)
To queens Joan and Blanche of France, and Joan of France and Navarre, Charles, eldest son of king John, dauphin of Vienne, and fourteen others named. Touching the same.
2 Non. Dec.
Avignon.
(f. 185.)
To those engaged in the treaty of peace on the part of John, king of France. Informing them of what he has written to king Edward (as above, f. 174d.) and to king Philip (as above, f. 178), and exhorting them to use all diligence in carrying out the negotiations.
Ibid.
(f. 185d.)
To those engaged in the treaty of peace on the part of king Edward. The like, mutatis mutandis.
1351.
2 Id. May.
Villeneuve
by Avignon.
(f. 273.)
To king Edward. Granting to him, on petition of Arnald de Duroforti, viscount of Labourd, the indulgence of the jubilee year 1350, as certified by letters of the archbishop of Ravenna, which the pope sends him.
Ibid. To queens Isabella and Philippa, Edward, prince of Wales, and Henry, earl of Lancaster. The like.
8 Id. May.
Villeneuve
by Avignon.
(f. 277.)
To king Edward. Requesting him, as before, to accede to the pope's wishes for the liberation of Charles, duke of Brittany, as it would further the negotiations for peace.
Ibid. To queens Philippa and Isabella, Edward, prince of Wales, the earls of Lancaster, Arundel, and Northampton, and Bartholomew de Burghassh, knight, chamberlain of England. Touching the same.