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Lateran Regesta 26: 1393

Pages 443-444

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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Lateran Regesta, Vol. XXVI.

De Diversis Formis.

4 Boniface IX.

1393.
6 Kal. Feb.
Perugia.
(f. 113.)
To Maurice Macnamyn, perpetual vicar of St. Brandan's, Killtesquyg, in the diocese of Clonfert. Extension of dispensation as the son of a priest—to be ordained and hold a benefice even with cure, after which he obtained his vicarage, value 2 marks, which is insufficient for his sustentation—so that he may hold one other benefice, even with cure, value not exceeding 12 marks, and may exchange both for two similar or dissimilar benefices, even if one or both have cure. (Pro Deo.)
15 Kal. Aug.
Perugia.
(f. 114.)
To Walter Freen, clerk, of the diocese of Hereford, M.A. Extension of dispensation as the son of a priest—to be ordained and hold a benefice even with cure, after which he received the tonsure—so that he may hold two other mutually compatible benefices, even if they be canonries and prebends and dignities, personatus or offices, in metropolitan, cathedral and collegiate churches, and such dignities have cure in metropolitan or cathedral, or be principal in collegiate churches, and may exchange them as often as he wishes for similar or dissimilar benefices. His illegitimacy need not be mentioned in future graces.
Ibid.
(f. 114d.)
To John Freen, priest, of the diocese of Hereford, M.A. The like extension of a like dispensation, after which he was ordained priest. His illegitimacy need not be mentioned in future graces.

De Regularibus.

Id. Oct.
St. Peter's, Rome.
(f. 133d.)
Exemption of Walter Summirton, Friar Preacher, papal chaplain, in consideration of his services to the pope and the Roman church, from the statute and ordinance made by the pope on the 8th day before the Ides, following the example of some of his predecessors, against the abuses, brought to his hearing by king Richard and others—to wit, that some Friars Preachers, abusing their immunities, liberties and privileges as papal chaplains, refuse to obey their superiors, and to be present at and celebrate divine offices, although provided for, like other friars who are not chaplains, from the alms of their houses. [Ripoll, Bullarium Prædicatorum ii., 337.]