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Lateran Regesta 516: 1456-1457

Pages 293-294

Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 11, 1455-1464. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1921.

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Lateran Regesta. Vol. DXVI. (fn. 1)

2 Calixtus III.

De Diversis[Formis].

1456[–7]. (fn. 2)
14 Kal. March.
(16 Feb.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 138.)
To Thomas Lacok, prior of the church of Bath, O.S.A. Indult for him, who alleges that the priors of the priories of the said order in those parts enjoy a like privilege, and for his successors, to wear the mitre, ring, [pastoral] staff and other pontifical insignia, and to grant in the said priory and its subject priories and its dependent parish and other churches solemn benediction after mass, vespers and matins, provided that at such benediction no bishop or papal legate be present. Exposcit tue devotionis. (P. and A. de Cortesiis. | P. xxxviii. de Varris.) [1 p.]

De Regularibus.

1456[–7].
Prid. Id. Feb.
(12 Feb.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 148d.)
To Thomas Oruayn, a canon of Tuam. Mandate, at the petition of Hugh Omaylli, a friar of the house of Corpus Christi, Benfada, in the diocese of Achonry (Akadien.), of the order of friars hermits of St. Augustine (containing that lately Thady Omaylly, layman, of the diocese of Tuam alias Mayo, chief of his sept, (fn. 3) for the welfare of his soul and the souls of his progenitors, gave to the said Hugh in perpetual frankalmoin the place called Leithearwmursge in the diocese of Tuam alias Mayo, for the purpose of building a house of the said order with church, cloister, bell-tower, bell, refectory, dorter and other necessary offices; and alleging that the said place is far remote from cities, towns, castles, etc., and that the inhabitants of those parts have not hitherto been instructed in the faith (fn. 4) ) if the facts be as stated, to grant to the said Hugh and friars licence to receive the said place, and build a house with a church etc. as above, without requiring licence of anyone. Piis et honestis votis. (P. and M. Amici. | P. xxvi. de Varris.) [2½ pp.]
1456.
4 Kal. June.
(29 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 182.)
To John Hettinggham alias Byort, an Augustinian friar. Dispensation to him, who is a chaplain of John Weer earl of Oxenford, of the diocese of Norwich, to receive and hold in commendam for life any benefice with or without cure, secular or regular, even if a parish church or its perpetual vicarage, chantry, chaplaincy or hospital, even if it be wont to be assigned to secular clerks and be of lay patronage, provided that it be not in a cathedral or collegiate church, or be a conventual priory or a claustral office, and to resign it etc., as often as he pleases, simply or for exchange. Religionis zelus, vite etc. (P. and A. de Cortesiis. | P. xxv. de Varris.) [12/3 pp.]

Footnotes

  • 1. On the back of the volume is the usual modern description in Italian: ‘Calisto iii, 1456. Anno 2. Lib. 1.’ A flyleaf has the contemporary description: ‘Primus de diversis de regularibus et de beneficiis vacantibus anno secundo domini [C]alisti pape iii,’ and the note ‘R(ecipe) Ag., P.’ (i.e. Petrus de Varris). A like contemporary description, apparently by the same hand, occurs also, as usual, on the bottom edge of the volume. The same hand has also written at the top of f. 1 the rubric: ‘De diversis anno secundo domini Calisti pape iii.’ The volume contains i–cclxvii ff., a number of which, here and there, are blank.
  • 2. The date was ‘Millesimo quadringentesimo quinquagesimo septimo,’ but the ‘septimo’ is cancelled by ‘P[etru]s [de Varris],’ and is followed by ‘sexto.’
  • 3. nationis sue capitaneus.
  • 4. quodque homines in illis partibus degentes non usque adeo (? rectius hodie) in fide eruditi existunt.