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Rymer's Foedera with Syllabus: April-June 1471

Pages 709-714

Rymer's Foedera Volume 11. Originally published by Apud Joannem Neulme, London, 1739-1745.

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April–June 1471

Syllabus Entry Foedera Text
EDWARD IV.
(Restored.)
SUB Edwardo Quarto.
April 19. Pardon for George Nevyll, abp. of York. Westm.
O. xi. 709. H. v. p. iii. 3.
Pro Archiepiscopo Eborum, de Pardonatione.
An. 11. E. 4. Pat. 11. E. 4. p. 1. m. 25.
Rex Omnibus Ballivis & Fidelibus suis, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd, de Gratia nostra speciali, ac ex certa Scientia & mero Motu nostris, Pardonavimus, Remisimus, & Relaxavimus Georgio Archiepscopo Eborum, aliàs dicto Georgio Nevyll Archiepiscopo Eborum, seu quocumque alio Nomine censeatur, Sectam Pacis nostrae, quae ad Nos versus ipsum pertinet seu pertinere poterit, pro omnimodis Proditionibus, Murdris, Rebellionibus, Insurrectionibus, Feloniis, Congregationibus, Convocationibus, Conspirationibus, Cambipartiis, Manutenentiis, & Imbraciariis, ac aliis Transgressionibus, Offensis, Negligentiis, Extortionibus, Mesprisionibus, Ignorantiis, Contemptibus, Concelamentis, Forisfacturis, & Deceptionibus, per ipsum ante Tertiumdecimum Diem hujus Mensis Aprilis ultimò praetertium factis sive perpetratis, ac omne id quod ad Nos versus ipsum Archiepiscopum pertinet seu pertinere posset ex Causis supradictis, ac etiam Utlagarias in ipsum Archiepiscopum promulgatas pro aliqua Causarum supradictarum, & firmam Pacem nostram ei indè Concedimus; ita tamen quòd stet Recto in Curiâ nostrâ, si quis versus eum loqui voluerit de Praemissis, vel aliquo Praemissorum.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, decimo die Aprilis.
Per Breve de Privato Sigillo, & de Data &c.
April 27. Proclamation to be published throughout England, stating K. Edward's right to the crown, and declaring Margaret late Q., her son Edward, Henry late duke of Exeter, Edmund Beauford, calling himself duke of Somerset, John earl of Oxford, and 15 others, to be rebels and traitors. Westm.
O. xi. 709. H. v. p. iii. 3.
De Proclamationibus pro Rege, super Titulo & Jure ad Regna Angliae & Franciae, tam in Parliamento declaratis, quam in Pugna per Victoriam approbatis.
An. 11. E. 4. Claus. 11. E. 4. m. 26. dor.
Rex Vicecomiti Kantiae, Salutem.
Praecipimus Tibi, firmiter injungentes, quòd statim, post Receptionem Praesentium, in singulis Locis infra Comitatum praedictum magis necessariis & expedientibus, publicas & solempnes Proclamationes fieri facias in haec verba,
Where we Edward the Fourth, by the disposition of our Lord God and right of Enheritaunce, be verey and rightwyse Kyng of Englond and of France and Lord of Irland, which our Right and Title, afore this time, in dyvers maners, have be openly and solempnely Declared and Approved, bothby Jugement yeven in dyvers Parlements and by Auctorite of the same, as alsoe by Victorye yeven unto us by our Lord Almighty God in dyvers Battailles ayenst our Grete Adversaire Herry and his Adherents, and in especiall now late at the Fest of Pasch last past in the Feld bysyde Barnet in the Counte of Middlesex, where Battaille was moeved and leveed ayenst us for the Partie of the said Herry, by Harry late Duc of Excestre, John Marques Mountague, Richard Erle of Warwyk, John Erle of Oxenford, and many other in grete Multitude, our Rebelles Adherentes to the seid Herry our grete Adversarye,
In which Conflict and Bataill the said Marques Mountacu and Richard Erle of Warrewyk with many other were Slayen, soo that not only by reason and auctoritie, but also by dyvers Victories in Battailles, the Trouth, Right, and Will of God appereth evydently, to every wyse, indifferent and well disposed Man, for our Party,
Considered, namely, in such Division and Contraversie, moved betwyxt Princes uppon the high Soveraigne Power Roiall, more evident Prove or Declaration of Trouth, Right, and Godd's Will may not be had than by the said Meanes, that is to witte, Reason, Auctoritie, and Victorie in Batailles,
Yet nathelesse,
No consideration had to the Premisses, nother to th'auctorite of that holy Fadir
Richard Scrope, sometyme Archbyshop of Yorke, which for the Right and Title of oure Auncestrie (whos Astate we now bere and have) dyed and suffred Deth and Martyrdome,
Neyther alsoe to the solempne Publications and Sermons of Affirmation and declaring of our said Right and Title, aswell at Powles Crosse in our Citee of London as dyvers other places of our land, by
Georg now Archbishop of Yorke, in such manere and fourme as is openly knowne, which estsones, in the Vigile of Pasche last past, in the Presence of Us and many other Lordes in likewise, Affermed and Declared and eftsones made unto us Othe of Fidelty, upon the holy Evangelies, and receyved thereupon the blissed Sacrament of our Lordes Body, as to his King and Soverain Lige Lord,
Margarete, calling her Quiene (which is a Frenshwoman borne, and Daughter to hym that is extreme Adversarie and Mortall Enemye to all this our Land and People of the same) and her Sonne Edward, assembled unto theym a grete Nombre of Frensh Men, besydes others Traitours and Rebelles Adherent unto theym, now late have entred this our Realme, Robbyng and Spoyling, and have moeved and leveed Werre and Battaille agenst us, in their intent to the Subversion and Destruction of Us and of the seid our Realme and good Pollecie of the same, which to the uttermost of our Power We woll Socour, Defend, and Maintaine,
Wherefore, sith it is and must be to the Displeasure of God, and alsoe contrary to all gode Pollecie infinitely, to procede in such Querelles with soe grete Effusion of Christen Blode, which by all ways possible unto us we entend to eschewe, to th' entent that no Man shall mowe probably hereafter pretend Ignorance in this Partie, by any maner colour, we Notefie and Declare,
The seid
Margaret,
Edward her Son,
Herry late Duke of Exceter,
Edmund Beauford calling himselfe Duke of Somerset,
John Erle of Oxenford,
John Courtenay calling him Erle of Devonshire,
William late Vicont Beaumont,
John Beauford Knyght,
Hugh Courtnay Knyght,
Thomas Fulford Knyght,
John Fortescue Knyght,
Thomas Seymour Knyght,
Thomas Tresham Knyght,
Gerveys Clyfton Knyght,
John Delves Squyer,
John Leukenore Squyer,
Rauf Makerell Clerke,
John Whelpdale Clerke,
John Beedon Clerke,
Freer John Gaseley,
And every of theym, which have been Adherentes to the seid Herry, Margaret, and Edward, to be oure open and notarie Traitours, Rebelles and Enemies.
Willing therefore and in the straitest wyse Charging and Commaunding all maner Persones within this our Realme, upon Payn of Deth and Forfeitment of their Goodes and Lyvelode, and of all that thay may forfait unto us, that they or noon of theym in any wyse from hensforth, Help, Assist, Favour, or Socour,
The said
Margaret,
Edward her Son,
Herry late Duke of Exeter,
Edmund Beauford,
John late Erle of Oxonford,
John Courtnay,
William late Vicont Beaumont,
John Beauford,
Hugh Courtnay,
Thomas Fulford,
John Fortescue,
Thomas Seymour,
Thomas Tresham,
Gerveys Clyfton,
John Delves,
John Leukenore,
Raufe Makerell,
John Whelpdale,
John Bedon,
Freer John Gaseley,
Or any of them, or any other Adherentes, with Persones, Gode, Vitailles, Word, Writing, or any otherwise whatsoever,
Latyng them wyt that, if the doe the contrarye, and that eny Inconvenience and Effusion of Blode ensue thereof, we call Almighty God to record, that it shall be ayenst our Will and Entent, and in their owne Frowardness, Obstinacye, and Defaute, afore Almyghty God and all the World
.
Et hoc, sicut Nobis in hac parte respondere volueris, nullatenus omittas.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, vicesimo septimo die Aprilis.
Consimiles Literae diriguntur Vicecomitibus, Majori, & Ballivis, in Civitatibus, Villis, & Comitatibus subscriptis, sub eadem Data; videlicet,
Vicecomitibus London. & Midd.
Vicecomiti Gloucestr.
Vicecomitibus Villae Bristoll.
Vicecomiti Somers. & Dors.
Vicecomiti Hereford.
Vicecomiti Devon.
Vicecomiti Oxon. & Berk.
Vicecomiti Salop.
Vicecomiti Cornub.
Vicecomiti Wylts.
Vicecomiti Lincoln.
Majori & Ballivis Civitatis Exon.
Vicecomiti Staff.
Vicecomiti Wygorn.
Vicecomiti Warr. & Leyc.
Vicecomiti Notingh. & Derb.
Vicecomiti Eborum.
Vicecomitibus Civitatis Eborum.
Vicecom. Villae Novi Castri sub Tynam.
Vicecom. Bedf. & Buk.
Vicecom. Villae Notingh.
Vicecomiti Northt.
Vicecomitibus Civitatis Lincoln.
Vicecomitibus Civitatis Coventr.
Vicecomiti Rotel.
Vicecom. Villae Sutht.
Vicecom. Surr. Sussex.
Vicecomiti Sutht.
Vicecomiti Essex. & Hertf.
Vicecomiti Westmerl.
Vicecomitibus Civitatis Norwici.
Vicecom. Norff. & Suff
.
May 30. Pardon for William Wayneflete, bp. of Winchester. Westm.
O. xi. 711. H. v. p. iii. 4.
Pro Episcopo Wynton. de Pardonatione.
An. 11. E. 4. Pat. 11. E. 4. p. 1. m. 24.
Rex omnibus Ballivis & Fidelibus suis, ad quos &c. Salutem.
Sciatis quòd Nos, ex certa Scientiâ & mero Motu nostris, Pardonavimus, Remisimus, & Relaxavimus Venerabili Patri Willielmo Wayneflete Episcopo Wyntoniensi, quocumque Nomine censeatur, omnes Proditiones, Murdra, Insurrectiones, Rebelliones, Conspirationes, Confoederationes, Congregationes, Coadunationes, Riotas, Routas, Conventicula illicita, Insidiationes falsas, Allegantias, Transgressiones, Extortiones, Mesprisiones, Offensas, Concelamenta, & Cognitiones eorumdem seu eorum alicujus, Contemptus, Impetitiones, Cambipartias, Manutenentias, Imbraciarias, & Negligentias, per ipsum Episcopum ante praesentem Diem qualitercumque facta sive perpetrata, & Sectam Pacis nostrae ac omne id quod ad Nos versus ipsum Episcopum pertinet seu pertinere poterit occasione Praemissorum seu alicujus eorumdem,
Nolentes quòd idem Episcopus Haeredes vel Executores sui, ratione sive Praetextu Praemissorum seu alicujus eorumdem, per Nos, vel Haeredes nostros, Justiciarios, Escaetores, Vicecomites, aut alios Ballivos seu Ministros nostros vel Haeredum nostrorum quoscumque, futuris temporibus, Occasionetur, Impetatur, Respondere teneatur, Molestetur, Perturbetur in aliquo seu Gravetur, Occasionentur, Impetantur, Respondere teneantur, Molestentur, Perturbentur in aliquo seu Graventur; aliquo Statuto, Actu, Ordinatione, Provisione, Restrictione, Re, vel Materiâ quacumque, non obstantibus.
In cujus &c.
Teste Rege apud Westmonasterium, tricesimo die Maii.
Per ipsum Regem, & de Dat. &c.
June 12. Sums paid to Robert Radclyff, William Sayer, and Robert Cosyn, for the expenses of Henry of Windsor, late K. of England de facto, who died in the Tower of London.
O. xi. 712. H. v. p. iii. 4.
Super Custodia Henrici Regis, de Custubus & Expensis.
Post Festum Sanctae Trinitatis Die Mercurii xij Die Junii.
An. 11. E. 4. Pell. Exit. Paschae An. 11. E. 4.
Roberto Radclyff, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias de praestito, super Expensis Henrici de Windesore, nuper de Facto & non de Jure Regis Angliae, per Breve Generale currens inter Mandata de hoc Termino.
xls.
Respondebit.
Willielmo Sayer Armigero, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias de praestito, super Expensis dicti Henrici per Breve praedictum.
xxs.
Respondebit.
Roberto Cosyn, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias de praestito, pro Provisione Robarum, Lectorum, & aliorum Necessariorum, per ipsum Robertum pro dicto Henrico, infra Turrim Londoniae existente, providendorum per Breve praedictum.
xl.
Respondebit.
Roberto Radclyff & Willielmo Sayer Armigeris, in Denariis eis liberatis per Manus suas proprias ad Vices; videlicet, unâ Vice vil. ixs. vid. tàm pro Vadiis & Dietis suis, quàm pro Dietis & Vadiis xxxvi aliarum Personarum, Expectantium apud Turrim praedictum super Salva Custodia dicti Henrici; videlicet, pro Septem Diebus, Primo Die incipiente xxix die Aprilis, Anno xi Regis nunc; Cuilibet eorum capienti per Diem vid. per tempus praedictum; & alia Vice xs. per Manus dictorum Roberti & Willielmi pro Dietis dicti Henrici per tempus praedictum, per Breve praedictum.
vil. xixs. vid.
Roberto Cosyn, in Denar. sibi liberatis per Manus proprias de praestito ad Vices; videlicet, Unâ Vice ivl. & alia Vice xls. pro diversis Necessariis, per ipsum pro dicto Henrico de Windesore Emptis, per Breve praedictum.
vil.
Respondebit.
Willielmo Sayer Armigero, in Denariis sibi liberatis de praestito per Manus proprias, pro Dietis dicti Henrici de Wyndesore, & xi Personarum Attendentium infra Turrim super Custodia ejusdem Henrici, per Breve praedictum.
ls.
Respondebit.
Eidem Willielmo Sayer, in Denar. sibi liberatis per Manus proprias super Expensis & Dietâ dicti Henrici, & x Personarum Attendentium infra Turrim super Custodia ejusdem Henrici, videlicet, pro xiv Diebus, Primo incipiente xi Die Maii ultimò praeterto, per Breve praedictum.
ivl. vs.
Roberto Radclyff Armigero, in Denariis sibi liberatis ad Vices; videlicet, unâ Vice x Marc. aliâ Vice v Marc. per manus proprias de Regardo, pro Custodibus & Expensis suis & xxij Hominum secum Expectantium infra Turrim super Custodia dicti Henrici, per Breve supradictum.
xl.
Willielmo Sayer, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias ad Vices; videlicet, unâ Vice viis. pro Conductu Trium Lectorum conductorum pro dicto Willielmo & aliis Attendentibus infra Turrim super Custodia dicti Henrici per xiv dies, ac pro Dietis ejusdem per idem tempus, & aliâ vice iiis. xd. pro Dietis dicti Henrici per duos dies infra Turrim praedictum, per Breve supradictum.
xs. xd.
June 24. Payments to Hugh Brice and Richard Martyn for the burial of Henry of Windsor, K. of England de facto, at Chertsey.
O. xi. 712. H. v. p. iii. 4.
De Custubus & Expensis circa Sepulturam praedicti Henrici.
Die Martis xxiv Die Junii.
An. 11. E. 4. Ibid.
Roberto Radclyff Armigero, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias de praestito, super Expensis Henrici, nuper de Facto & non de Jure Regis Angliae, infra Turrim existentis; videlicet, xxiv die Aprilis ultimo praeterito, per Breve praedictum.
xls.
Respondebit.
Hugoni Brice, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias pro tot Denariis per ipsum solutis tàm pro Clero, Telâ lineâ, Speciebus, & aliis Ordinariis Expensis, per ipsum Appositis & Expenditis circa Sepulturam dicti Henrici de Windesore, qui infra Turrim Londoniae Diem suum clausit Extremum; ac pro Vadiis & Regardis diversorum Hominum portantium Tortos, a Turre praedicta usque Ecclesiam Cathedralem Sancti Pauli Londoniae, & abinde usque Chertesey, cum Corpore praesente, per Breve praedictum.
xvl. iiis. vid. ob.
Magistro Richardo Martyn, in Denariis sibi liberatis ad Vices; videlicet, unâ Vice per manus proprias ixl. xs. xid. pro tot Denariis per ipsum solutis pro xxviij Ulnis Telae lineae de Holandia, & Expensis factis tàm infra Turrim praedictam ad Ultimum Vale dicti Henrici, quàm apud Chertesey in Die Sepulturae ejusdem, ac pro Regardo dato diversis Soldariis Calesii Vigilantibus circa Corpus, & pro Conductu Bargearum cum Magistris & Nautis Remigantibus per Aquam Thamisis usque Chertesey praedicta; & aliâ Vice viii. l. xiis. iiid. pro tot denariis per ipsum solutis iv. Ordinibus Fratrum infra Civitatem Londoniae, & Fratribus Sanctae Crucis in eadem, & in aliis Operibus Caritativis; videlicet, Fratribus Carmelitis xx s. Fratribus Augustinis xx s. Fratribus Minoribus xx s. Fratribus Praedicatoribus pro Obsequiis & Missis Celebrandis xls. & dictis Fratribus Sanctae Crucis x s. ac pro Obsequiis & Missis Dicendis apud Chirtesey praedictam, in Die Sepulturae dicti Henrici, lii s. iii d. per Breve praedictum.
xviiil. iiis. iid.
June 24. Payments to Bawder Herman and William Mulso, for the expenses of Margaret lately called Queen.
O. xi. 713. H. v. p. iii. 4.
Super Expensis & Dietis Margaretae Reginae.
Die Martis xxiv Die Junii.
An. 11. E. 4. Pell. Exitus Pasch. An. 11. E. 4.
Bawder Herman, in denariis sibi liberatis per manus proprias de praestito ad Vices, super Expensis & Dietis Margaretae nuper nuncupatae Reginae, & aliarum Personarum Attendentium super ipsam Margaretam; videlicet, unâ Vice cs. aliâ Vice x. Marc. aliâ Vice viiil. aliâ Vice xl. aliâ Vice xl. aliâ Vice x Marc. & aliâ Vice viiil. super hujusmodi Expensis & Dietis, per Breve generale de Privato Sigillo inter Mandata de hoc Termino.
livl. vis. viiid.
Respondebit.
Willielmo Mulso Armigero, in Denariis sibi liberatis ad Vices per manus proprias de praestito, super Expensis & Dietis dictae Margaretae nuper nuncupatae Reginae, & aliarum Personarum super ipsam Attendentium; videlicet, unâ Vice xl. aliâ Vice cs. & aliâ Vice xxl. pro hujusmodi Expensis & Dietis, per Breve generale supradictum.
xll.
Respondebit.
Eidem Willielmo Mulso, in denariis sibi liberatis per manus proprias super ordinariis Custubus & Expensis dictae Margaretae a xxij die Septembris Anno undecimo Regis nunc usque Sextum Diem Octobr. tunc proximò sequentem; videlicet, per duas Septimanas juxta ratam v Marc. pro qualibet Septimana per Breve de Privato Sigillo, inter Mandata de hoc Termino.
vil. xiiis. ivd.
June 24. Payments to William Sayer for the custody of Henry, called duke of Exeter, at Westm.
O. xi. 713. H. v. p. iii. 5.
Super Custodia Ducis Exoniae.
Die Martis xxiv Die Junii.
An. 11. E. 4. Ibid.
Willielmo Sayer Armigero, in denariis sibi liberatis ad Vices per Manus proprias; videlicet, unâ Vice vis. viiid. pro Dietis Henrici vocati Ducis Exoniae, pro Septem Diebus, Primo Die incipente xxvi die Maii, Anno xi Regis hunc, & aliâ Vice xvs. tàm pro Dietis dicti Willielmi, & Nicholai Leventhorp, Richardi Goteley, unius Capellani, unius Coci, & Pagetti sui, unius Valetti dicti Ducis, ac Trium Servientum dictorum Willielmi, Nicholai, & Richardi, attendentium apud Westmonasterium super dictum Ducem, per tempus praedictum; videlicet, dicto Willielmo ii s. dictis Nicholao, Ricardo, & Capellano, cuilibet eorum xxd. dictis Coco, Valetto, & Pagetto, ac Tribus Servientibus praedictis, cuilibet eorum xvid. per Septima- nam, per Breve de Privato Sigillo.
xxis. viiid.
Eidem Willielmo, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias ad Vices; videlicet, unâ Vice vis. viiid. pro Dietis dicti Henrici, aliâ Vice xvis. tàm pro Dietis dicti Willielmi quàm pro Dietis dictorum Nicholai, Ricardi, Capellani, & aliorum supradictorum; videlicet, pro Septem Diebus, incipiente xxxi Die Maii, Anno xi Regis nunc, cum xvid. per dictum Willielmum solutis pro Conductu Trium Lectorum per tempus supradictum, per Breve generale Currens de Privato Sigillo inter Mandata de hoc Termino.
xxiiis.
Eidem Willielmo Sayer
, in Denariis sibi liberatis per Manus proprias, tàm super Dietis dicti Ducis quàm Dietis suis & aliorum Attendentium super Custodiâ ejusdem Ducis, juxta Ratam xxiiis. pro qualibet Septimana, cum xvid. pro Conductu Trium Lectorum per Septimanam (viz.) unâ Vice lxixs. pro Tribus Septimanis finientibus xxviij die Junii dicto Anno xi. aliâ Vice ivl. xii. s. aliâ Vice xlvis. aliâ Vice xlvis. pro Octo Septimanis finientibus xi Die Augusti eodem Anno & aliâ Vice cxvis. ivd. pro Quinque Septimanis finientibus xv Die Septembris, dicto Anno xi. cum xvid. ultra sibi liberatis de praestito super hujusmodi Dietis per Breve generale currens ut supra.
xviiil. ixs. ivd.