Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 3, 1342-1362. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1897.
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Regesta, Vol. CCXLI.
7 Innocent VI.
8 Innocent VI.
14 Kal. May.
(anno 8.) (sic)
(f. 19.) (fn. 1)
|To Loysius de Ponzano and Loysius Malbeco, citizens of Asti, Peter de Furno of Montecalvo, of the diocese of Vercelli, and Manuel Bota of Savilhano, of the diocese of Turin, agents of Anthony Maillebailla, merchant of Asti, and his company. Faculty to receive and give acquittances for all money belonging to the camera in the hands of nuncios or collectors in England, Poland, Denmark, Norway, Hungary, Sweden, and Scotland. They are to draw up two public instruments in each case, one to be sent to the camera, the other to remain with the collectors. The present letter is sent in duplicate.|
|12 Kal. June.
|To William de Grenlaw, papal nuncio. Mandate, at the instance of William, bishop of Tusculum, to cease from making visitations of Cistercians’ houses, according to the papal provision of 5 Id. Nov. anno 4, and to restore procurations exacted therefrom, and to absolve any who have incurred sentences issued by him on account of such visitations.|
|5 Kal. Sept.
|To Hugh Pelegrini, treasurer of Lichfield. Acquittance for all sums collected by him and assigned to the papal camera from Kal. Aug. 1349 to Kal. June 1358, according to accounts rendered, 762l. 13s. 4d. out of that sum being due to him and to be allowed him in his next account.|
|To the same. Acknowledgment of the overpayment of a sum of 5000 gold florins, being the value of 700l. 16s. 8d. assigned by him to the pope last 12 Kal. Sept. which Hugh is to have allowed in his next account.|
|8 Kal. June.
|Safe-conduct for William de Brethon, knight, of the diocese of Lincoln, sent to England on the pope's business.|