Regesta 250: 1370

Pages 28-29

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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8 Urban V.

7 Id. Dec.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 6d.)
To Giles, bishop of Tusculum, vicar-general of the duchy of Spoleto. Mandate to send to the aid of the city of Florence, whose troops have been routed by the English under John Agut (Hawkwood).
[Raynaldi Annales, anno 1369, § viii.: wrong year] [Raynaldi Annales, anno 1369, § viii.: wrong year.]
6 Id. Jan.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 19.)
To Edward Dispenser, knight, lord of Dispenser. Desiring him not to come to the pope until the affairs of the Florentines are in a better and safer condition.
6 Id. March.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 48.)
To John, duke of Lancaster. Commending throught him to the king, Edward lord of Dispenser, knight, of the diocese of Hereford, who has won a glorious name in the battles of Lombardy, and in whose favour the pope is writing to king Edward.
(f. 48d.)
To the earl of Arundel, William de Latimer, knight, of the diocese of York, William, archbishop of Canterbury, William, bishop of Winchester, and Thomas, bishop elect of Exeter. The like.
2 Kal. April.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 51.)
To William, bishop of Winchester. Desiring him to intercede with the king for the liberation of Fiducius Andree of Florence, proctor and factor of Nicholas Jacobi, knight, and Benedict Nerotii, of the Alberti of Florence, and for the restitution to him of the sum of 600 gold nobles and other goods taken from him by some of the king's men, who thought he was one of the king's enemies, as he was going from Bruges to England on business of the said Nicholas and Benedict.
Ibid. To Thomas, bishop elect of Exeter. The like.
8 Kal. June.
(f. 83d.)
To —, senator, and the people of Rome. Desiring them to send aid into Tuscany against the iniquitous companies of Teutons and English.