Addenda and Corrigenda

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Addenda and Corrigenda

Page 15, line 7, after pp. 465–8 insert and Diplomatarium Norvegicum, Vol. VII, p. 469.
“ 61, line 8, delete the square brackets.
“ 72, note, for Oblationes read Obligationes.
“ 88, transpose the text of the two notes.
“ 96, line 5, after Cornelius insert Magranauyll.
“ 98, above 10 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LVIII. TOM. LXIII.
“ 100, above 10 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LIX. TOM. LXIV.
“ 101, above 10 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LX. TOM. LXV.
“ 103, above 10 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXI. TOM. LXVI.
“ 105, above 10 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXII. TOM. LXVII.
“ 106, above 10 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXIII. TOM. LXVIII.
“ 107, above 11 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXIV. TOM. LXIX.
“ 108, above 11 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXV. TOM. LXX.
“ 109, above 11 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXVI. TOM. LXXI.
“” line 7 from end, for a definitive read his.
“ 110, above the first 11 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXVII. TOM. LXXII: and above the second 11 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXVIII. TOM. LXXIII.
“ 111, above 11 Sixtus IV insert Bullarum Communium Lib. LXIX. TOM. LXXIV.
“ 140, line 9, for Vi e read Vite.
“ 181, first note, third and fourth lines from end, and p. 186, last note, second line from end, for does not appear to have read has not.
“ 198, line 12, after § 60 insert and cf. Extrav. Commun. Lib. V, tit. ix, cap. 4 (Corp. Iur. Canon., 2nd ed., ed. Friedberg, II (1881), p. 1307): Bulla confirmationis anni iubilaei publicata apud S. Petrum in die Nativ. DominiQuemadmodum operosi. Tivoli, 1473, 4 Kal. Sept. anno 3.
“ 200, note §, add In the similar faculties given to the same collector, John de Giglis, by Innocent VIII in 1486 (Reg. Vat. 682, f. 476r., in C.P.L. XIV (in the press), p. 3), the same discrepancy occurs as regards “insula.”
“ 206, end of second note, add See also SussidiArch. Vat., p. 80.
“ 235, end of first paragraph, for 251 read 252, and close the square brackets.
“ 254, line 22, before given insert wrongly.
“ 307, line 9 from end, after etc. insert [11/5 pp.].
Page 317, margin, for (f. 175r.) read (f. 225r.).
“” line 6 from end, for Salisbury read London.
“ 332, line 2, add [4/5 p.].
“ 347, end of third paragraph, after etc. insert [1½ pp.].
“ 352, line 3, addp. +]
“” line 8 from end, after void insert at the apostolic see, and therefore ipso facto reserved.
“ 417, line 3, for Culguoho(n)ne read Culguohou(n)e (recte Culquohou(n)e, i.e. Colquhoun).
“ 443, line 26, after Macmulroy insert
“ 556, line 27, after hodie insert [½ p. + Diplomatarium Norvegicum, Vol. XVII, p. 590, which omits the more important bull of translation which immediately precedes.]
“ 569, line 28, after vicarage insert yearly value not exceeding 6 marks sterling.
“” line 29, after 12/3 pp. insert Diplom. Norveg., Vol. XVII, p. 1070.
“ 572, line 24, for Rochester (Rossen., recte Roffen.) read Ross (Rossen.) [in Scotland].
“ 591, second note, for ‘romo’ read tomo.
“ 593, line 5, for Premostratensian read Praemonstratensian.
“ 597, line 19 from end, for Girghenti read Girgenti (now Agrigento).
“ 641, line 14, for Heuinton [sic] read Neuenton.
“ 657, line 8 from end of text, for Exeter read Ely.
“ 738, last line of text, after Obligationes add and below, p. 824. Eubel places ‘Joannes Horuse [sic] al. Shipton’ (who was a monk of Roche abbey, co. York, Cal. XII, p. 34) amongst the bishops of Ross in Scotland, whereas (as shown by the letters to the archbishop of Cashel in the provision of 1464, Cal. XII, p. 432), his place is amongst the bishops of Ross in Ireland. The error is pointed out in Dowden, Bishops of Scotland, ed. Thomson, p. 220, note. Dowden also shows (p. 220) that the bishop John of the present decree (and of p. 105, above) is the same as John elect of Ross, above, p. 572 and Corrigenda, viz. John Woodman, bishop of Ross in Scotland, 1477– 81. Eubel omits Woodman from both sees of Ross although, as mentioned by Dowden, he occurs in the Obligationes. As a canon of St. Andrews, O.S.A., he had previously obtained provision of the abbey of Jedburgh (above, p. 519). See also below, p. 906.
“ 818, line 9, after recently insert [sic].
“ 855, line 18 from end, for p.—read p. 846.
“ 858, line 20, insert [Reg. Lat. DCCCXXXIII, 209v., above, p. 845.]

Additional Addenda and Corrigenda

Volume III

Page 367, insert:—
5 Id. Aug.
(9 Aug.)
(f. 165.)
To Henry Rump, M.A., who is also a master in arte poetica. Reservation, out of consideration for David, king of Scots, who has petitioned the pope on his behalf, of a benefice with or without cure in the gift of the dean and chapter of the Holy Apostles, Cologne, notwithstanding that he holds a chaplaincy in the same diocese. Litterarum sciencia, vite etc.
Page 649, s.v. Boniface VIII, after 433, add 594.

Volume V

Page 190, first entry. When No. LXVI of the Lateran Registers was examined by the Editor, folio 27 was missing, and only a conjectural restoration was possible, based on the final clauses which alone survived on f. 28. The missing leaf has since been recovered by Mgr. Angelo Mercati, Prefect of the Vatican Archieves, amongst the recently acquired Santini papers (fondo Santini), and has been restored to its place in the Register. Thus completed, the bull proves to have been in the mandate form, and the printed summary may now be improved as follows:—
8 Kal. June.
(25 May.)
St. Peter's, Rome.
(ff. 27r.–28r.)
To the bishop of Bisceglie (Vigilien.), and the abbot of Qualley and the prior of Burschow in the diocese of Lichfield. Mandate to collate and assign to Thomas Halsol, a monk of the monastery of St. Benedict, Gualdo, O.S.B., in the diocese of Nocera [Umbra], the priory called the cell of Penwortham, of the said order, in the diocese of Lichfield, dependent on the monastery of Ewesham, of the said order, in the diocese of Worcester, wont to be governed by monks thereof, its holder wont to be removed by the abbot of the said monastery of Ewesham and to be recalled to the cloister thereof, value not exceeding 150 marks sterling, void by the death of Roger Windesley without the Roman court. As soon as the said Thomas has obtained possession of the said priory, they are to transfer him from Gualdo to Ewesham, and cause him to be received as a monk thereof; notwithstanding, etc., (the final clauses, etc., as printed on p. 190). Religionis zelus, vite ac morum. (De mandato, N. de Benevento.) [3 pp. Professor James Tait's list of the priors of Penwortham in Vict. Hist. Lanc., II (1908), p. 106 (based on and correcting the list in priory of Penwortham, ed. W. A. Hulton, Chetham Soc., Vol. XXX, 1853, pp. xl–xli), adds a “Thomas” as occurring in 1399, from Cal. Lett., V, p. 190, but has no mention of Roger Windesley as his predecessor. It would appear that, as suggested by Professor Tait, the pope's collation to Thomas Halsol (i.e. the S.W. Lancs. family of Halsall) did not take effect.]
Page 693, insert Heckfield, Heghfelde [co. Southants], 172. [See Eng. Hist. Rev., Vol. XLIX (1934), p. 5 and note.]
“” s.v. Heghfelde, for Highfield read Heckfield.
“ 694, Highfield, dele the entry.

Volume VII

Page 290, end of last line, insert See also Cal. Lett. VI, p. 74.

Volumes VIII and IX

See below, p. xiv.

Volume IX

Page 266, lines 15 and 16 from end, dele [in the diocese of].
“ 593, insert Anagni [prov. Rome], monastery of St. Mary de Gloria. See Gloria, monastery of St. Mary de.
“ 601, insert Boniface VIII, exemption by, 220.
“ 631, s.v. Gloria, dele dio.
“ 695, s.v. Sancto Vito … faculties for, dele 134.

Volume X

Page 517, line 10 from end, after disponente insert [De Burgo (Burke), Hibernia Dominicana, p. 474, from Bullarium Praedicatorum, Vol. III, p. 334, ‘ex Archivo Apostolico Lib. LXXI, fol. 34.’]

Volume XI

Page 15, line 21, for 130 read 310.
“ 800, Maccukoyg, dele the entry.
“ 802, MacGilroy, after Mackwhuarg insert Miccucoyg; dele clerk, to be; and after 410 insert 509.
“ 809, Miccucoyg, for Maccucoyg read MacGilroy.

Volume XII

Page 237, line 26, after Michael insert (recte Malachy).
“ 374, line 4 from end, for Sextus read Sixtus.
“ 906, for Gruden read Grudan.
“ 951, Macenkoyg, dele the entry.
“ 953, insert MacGilroy, Micenkoyg, recte Miccukoyg, i.e. Maccukoyg, recte Macculroyg, Michael (recte Malachy), rector of Muinter-Eolais, 237.
“ 962, Micenkoyg, for Macencoyg read MacMulroy.
“ 1024, for Sextus IV read Sixtus IV, and trs. the entry to p. 1025.

Eugenius IV and all Souls College, Oxford

[The surviving Lateran Registers of Eugenius IV [1431–1447], which were dealt with in Vols. VIII and IX of the Calendar, published in 1909 and 1912, respectively, contain only one bull concerning archbishop Chichele's foundation of All Souls College, Oxford. (fn. 1) Many more, however, of the Lateran Registers of Eugenius are still missing, (fn. 2) and the loss has only to a very small extent been made good by the recovery in 1926 by Mgr. Angelo Mercati, Prefect of the Vatican Archives, of a number of fragments of the lost Registers of Eugenius amongst the Santini papers [fondo Santini], which he had acquired for the Archives. Among the fragments are fifteen consecutive folios, with the contemporary foliation numbers 96r.–110v., from a lost Lateran Register, containing eleven bulls of the ninth year (11 March, 1439–10 March, 1440) of Pope Eugenius in favour of All Souls. All of them except two are dated 21 June, 1439. A full summary of them is given below. (fn. 3) ]

11 Kal. July.
(21 June.)
(f. 96r.)
Exemption in perpetuity of the college of All Souls and its chapel, and of the warden, fellows, scholars, etc., from the jurisdiction of the bishop of Lincoln, the provost and fellows of Queen's College (Aule regalis), and the vicar of St. Mary's, and any other ordinaries, etc., and subjection of them to the archbishop of Canterbury for the time being and, sede vacante, to the prior and chapter of Canterbury. Ad perp. rei mem. Ad ecclesiasticorum et aliorum. (An. and Poggius | An. Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape. de Adria.) [2 pp. +]
Ead. dat.
(f. 97r.)
Indult in perpetuity for the college to have a chapel and a cemetery, and to have mass and other divine offices celebrated whenever the city of Oxford is under an interdict, etc. Ad perp. rei mem. Ex iniuncto nobis desuper. (An., etc., as above.) [32/3 pp.]
13 Kal. July.
(19 June.)
(f. 98v.)
Confirmation, with exemplification, of Henry VI's foundation charter of the college, by his letters patent dated at Kenyngton (Kempton, co. Middlesex) on 20 May anno 16 (1438). Ad perp. rei mem. Ad uniuersas fidelium regiones. (An., etc., as above.) [8⅓ pp. Although the foundation charter provided for twenty scholars, the enrolment on the patent roll contains only the names of seven of them, viz. Thomas Lavenham, Robert Stephenes, Robert Seborgh, William Overton, Thomas Eston, Richard Warde and Richard Penwortham; see Cal. Pat. Rolls, 1436–1441, pp. 172–3. The pope's confirmation completes the list of the twenty original scholars by adding thirteen more names between Thomas Lavenham and Robert Stephenes, viz. those of Thomas Vange, Thomas Wynterbourne, Robert Hoo, Thomas Lay, Richard Letofte, William Hornede, John Gigour, John Porter, Walter Hert, Robert Karrewe, Simon Hoore, John Julian and Walter Hopton. The twenty names in the pope's bull agree with those in the original charter at All Souls, except that the latter has the spelling Horneden’ (information from Professor E. F. Jacob).
11 Kal. July.
(21 June.)
(f. 103r.)
To the warden of All Souls. Indult in perpetuity for him and his successors to be promoted to all, even holy orders, by any catholic bishop in communion with the apostolic see, and to receive and let to farm, etc., the fruits, etc., of all their benefices, whilst residing in the said college; with dispensation to hold for life and exchange a benefice incompatible with the wardenship. Furthermore, the pope hereby gives special mandate to the abbots of St. Augustine's without the walls of Canterbury and St. Albans (whom by other letters he has appointed conservators in perpetuity of the warden and scholars, below, f. 110r.) to enforce his above indult for the wardens to receive the fruits of their benefices in absentia, and not to allow them to be compelled by the ordinaries to reside in the same. In laudabili atque pia. (An., etc. as above.) [51/5 pp.]
Ead. dat.
(f. 105v.)
To the fellows [and] scholars (sociis [et] scolaribus) of the said college. Indult in perpetuity for the fellows [and] scholars, present and future, to be promoted to all holy orders after attaining their twenty-third year, and to receive and exchange a benefice with cure of souls. In laudabili atque pia. (An. etc., as above.) [14/5 pp.]
Ead. dat.
(f. 106v.)
Statute and ordinance that the probate, etc., of the wills of the fellows and scholars, etc., and the administration of their goods, if they die intestate, shall belong to the warden; and the like in the case of the warden to the archbishop of Canterbury and, sede vacante, to the prior of Canterbury. Ad perp. rei mem. Decet et conuenit Romanum pontificem. (An. etc., as above.) [2 pp.]
Ead. dat.
(f. 107v.)
Indult in perpetuity for the warden, fellows and scholars to rent, let, or grant to farm or yearly pension, even to laymen, for as long as they think good, the fruits of all appropriated churches etc. of the college. Ad perp. rei mem. Ad ea per que. (An., etc., as above.) [1⅓ pp.]
Ead. dat.
(f. 108r).
Indulgence in perpetuity of seven years and seven quarantines of enjoined penance to all who, being truly penitent and having confessed, on the Sunday after the Translation of St. Thomas of Canterbury, called in those parts the Feast of Relics, and on All Souls Day, visit and give alms for the conservation of the college chapel. Uniuersis etc. Licit is. (An., etc., as above.) [1 p. +]
13 Kal. July.
(19 June.)
(f. 108v).
To the bishop of Norwich and the dean of St. Paul's, London. Mandate, at the petition of archbishop Chichele, to appropriate to the college the parish church of Trenge in the diocese of Lincoln (Tring, co. Hertford), of the patronage of the archbishop of Canterbury for the time being, a fit portion being reserved from its fruits etc. for a perpetual vicar, and yearly alms for the poor of the parish. Ad ea per que. (An., etc., as above.) [2¾ pp. See Cal. Pat. Rolls, 1436–1441, p. 173.]
11 Kal. July.
(21 June.)
(f. 110r.)
To the abbots of St. Augustine's without the walls of Canterbury and St. Albans. Letters conservatory in perpetuity on behalf of the warden and scholars of the said college (custodis et scolarum collegii animarum omnium fidelium defunctorum, id est, Alle cristen sowles college vulgariter nuncupati, de Oxonia Lincolniensis diocesis.) Officii nostri. (An., etc., as above.) [1 p.]
[? 11 Kal. July.
(? 21 June.)
(f. 110v.)
To Thomas Chichele, archdeacon of Canterbury. Indult for ten years, at his own petition and that of Henry Chichele, archbishop of Canterbury, primate of all England and legate of the apostolic see, whose nephew he is, [to visit by deputy] the churches, monasteries, priories and other ecclesiastical places [of his archdeaconry, and to receive the procurations, etc., as usual]. Meruit tue deuocionis. (An. and Poggius | [Gratis de mandato domini nostri pape.]) [Only eleven lines of the indult, as far as et alia loca; the twelfth line (at the beginning of which ecclesiastica is just visible) and the remaining lines of the page having been cut off, and with them the date, at any rate on the last of the photographs from which these summaries have been made.]


  • 1. Viz. an appropriation to All Souls of the parish church of Lewknor co. Oxford, 13 July, 1440 (Cal. IX. p. 102).
  • 2. See the many gaps shown in the Sussidi per la Consultazione dellArchivio Vaticano, Vol. I (Rome, 1926), pp. 152–4.
  • 3. Photographs of all the above-mentioned fifteen folios are in the library of the Department of Palaeography in the University of Liverpool. Photographs of a number of other bulls summarized in the Calendar may be seen in the same library.