Regesta 299: 1387-1388

Pages 255-256

Calendar of Papal Registers Relating To Great Britain and Ireland: Volume 4, 1362-1404. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1902.

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Regesta, Vol. CCXCIX.

10 Clement VII. Anti-Pope.

De Indultis, Privilegiis Et Despensationibus.

6 Id. Jan.
(f. 34.)
To John, bishop of Tusculum. Indult for five years to visit by deputy even on one and the same day two churches, monasteries, or other ecclesiastical places, and the persons thereof in his archdeaconry of Glasgow, and to receive the due procurations in ready money to the daily amount of 30 silver [gros] Tournois, 12 to the gold florin of Florence; with the usual clause in favour of those who cannot pay in full or at all. (See Reg. ccxcvii. f. 34).
Concurrent mandate to the bishops of Dunkeld and Ross, and the dean of St. Agricolus, Avignon.
Ibid. To the same. The like, touching his archdeaconry of Ross.
Concurrent mandate to the bishops of Dunkeld and Glasgow, and the dean of St. Agricolus, Avignon.
2 Non. Jan.
(f. 35d.)
To Henry de Wardlaw, canon and precentor of Glasgow. Dispensation to him, who is licentiate of arts and nephew of the late cardinal Walter [Wardlaw], and who received recently from the pope provision of the precentorship of Glasgow, a dignity with cure, to receive a parish church, or other benefice with cure, and hold the same together with his precentorship, after getting possession thereof, or with another dignity or another benefice with cure if such be also conferred upon him, and if he do not get possession of the precentorship; either of such benefices he may exchange for another compatible with the remaining one; provided that in the precentorship and such benefices the cure of souls be not neglected.
Kal. Feb.
(f. 47.)
To John, bishop of Tusculum. Decree validating the provision made to him by Gregory XI. 3 Id. Sept. anno 6 (1376) of a canonry, prebend, and the archdeaconry of Glasgow, with exemplification from the register, of the original letters which have been lost, namely (i.) the provision made of the said benefice to him when cardinal of St. Marcellus, the same having been reserved to the pope in the lifetime of Guy, (ii.) the concurrent mandate to the official of Avignon and two others named to induct and defend him in the possession of the archdeaconry.
2 Non. April.
(f. 64d.)
Revocation of certain sentences and processes arising out of a subsidy lately imposed by the pope upon the clergy of the province of Bourges and other provinces in aid of the liberation of castles and fortresses in the parts of Auvergne, Velay (Vallanie), Gevaudan (Gabiltan’), et Rouergue (Ruthenen'), which had been captured and were then or are even now detained by the English; Louis duke of Bourbon (Borbonesii) and count of Forez being prepared to expel them from his duchy and county at his own expense.
8 Kal. March.
(f. 83d.)
To Angelus [de Spoleto], a Friar Minor, minister general, master of theology. Mandate to confer upon Angelus de Mananea, a Friar Minor, if found fit after examination by himself and three other masters of theology, the honour of mastership in that faculty and the licence to teach, in the next chapter-general which is to be held at Perpignan in the diocese of Eelne. Angelus is an Oxford bachelor, has toiled for very many years in the faculty of theology, and still desires to remain in the study of the same faculty.

9 Clement VII. Anti-Pope.

12 Kal. Dec.
(f. 115.)
To Walter, bishop of St. Andrews. Mandate, if he will avoid the vengeance of the pope and the apostolic see, to procure the revocation of such alienations as he shall find unlawful, caused by his predecessors’ grants on farm or under an annual cess (censu), to clerks and laymen, to some for life, to others for no short time, and to others in perpetuity; of tithes, rents, lands, possessions, houses, cottages (casalia), meadows, pastures, granges, woods, mills, rights, jurisdictions, and certain other goods of the episcopal mensa, public instruments, oaths, confirmations, etc. notwithstanding.