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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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Abbatathelaswyr, portionaries called, 349.

Abbesses and abbots, blessing of, 251.

Abbots, duties of, delegated to claustral prior, 500.

-, faculties and indults for, to require no confirmation, and to be blessed by any bishop, 32, 293, 294, 408, 441, 517, 518.

-, indults for, to bless religious, 182.

-, -, to wear episcopal insignia. See Insignia; Mitres.

-, -, to give solemn benediction after mass, vespers, etc., 48, 182, 236, 411, 453, 457.

-, -, to give solemn benediction at table, 457.

-, -, to bless chalices, vestments, etc., 253, 432, 433, 453, 457, 501.

-, oath of fealty by, 247, 408, 441.

-, persecution of religious by, 74.

-, and abbesses. See Augustinian; Benedictine; Cistercian.

Abbreviators of apostolic letters, 236.

- See Fraunceys (John); Polton. (ref. 1)

Abduction of women, 44, 52.

Absolution. See Apostolic see; Confessor; Excommunication; Interdict.

Abstinence. See Confessor; Milk-meats.

Acolytes, 241.

-, order of, 253.

Administration, letters of, 82.

Administrations in cathedral and collegiate churches, 157, et passim.

Adultery, dispensations for persons born in.

See Illegitimacy; Marriage.

-, separation on account of, 70.

Advowson. See Patrouge.

Affinity, prohibited degrees of. See Marriage.

Age, defect of, dispensations on account of, for religious, 32, 33, 3739, 41, 47, 64, 77, 91, 170, 191, 204, 364, 366.

-, -, -, for seculars, 3133, 3739, 53, 62, 67, 79, 161, 178, 181, 195, 215, 231, 350, 353, 356, 378, 394, 397, 448, 453, 456, 464, 466, 500, 508, 510, 512.

-, -, -, to hold bishoprics, 83, 187.

-, -, papal refusal to accept royal nominee to bishopric on account of, 5.

- See Bishops elect; Canonical hours; Voidance.

Aggravation of processes, 409.

Alien houses, chapter-general of, 412.

-, papal grant of possessions of, 440, 441.

-, papal licence for sale of possessions of, 391.

-, papal suppression of, and transfer to another order, 537.

-, relations of with parent houses, 12, 80, 114, 239, 240, 400, 539, 540.

Alienations, 64, 256, 291, 398, 454, 455. See Dilapidations; Inalienability.

Almain, nuncios and collectors in. See Collectors; Nuncios.

-, subsidy in, 106, 111, 116, 218.

Alms. See Friars Minors; Indulgences.

-, commutation of pilgrimages into, 323 326, 379, 380.

Almuces, 397.

Altar linen (toballie), indult for abbot to bless, 253.

- prebends, 85, 369, 409.

- stones, blessing of, 515.

Altars, 67, 350, 366, 372, 393, 430, 450, 521.

-, consecration of, 251, 453, 515.

-, portable, faculties for nuncios to grant, 241, 306.

-, -, indult for crusaders to have, 8.

-, -, indults for lay persons to have, 47, 5356, 59, 60, 76, 83, 204, 205, 209, 220, 221, 228, 351, 4905.

-, -, indults for religious to have, 492, 494.

-, -, indults for secular clergy to have, 37, 60, 62, 67, 76, 83, 204, 205, 208, 216, 228, 350, 490495.

- See Indulgences.

Ambassadors and envoys. See Edward III; Urban V; Gregory XI; Boniface IX.

Annates, 262, 263, 289.

Anne, queen, obit of, 430.

- See also I.P.P.

Anziani of Pisa, 139.

Apostates

Augustinian canons, 69, 80, 81, 83, 422, 423, 502.

Augustinian friar, 34.

Benedictines, 69, 70, 521, 534.

Carmelites, 34, 35.

Cistercians, 34, 42, 44, 80, 328.

Cluniacs, 66, 82.

Gilbertine nun, 69, 70.

layman, 138.

Premonstratensian, 82 (Corrigenda).

Apostate monks, faculty for reconciliation of, 170.

- See Benedict XII; Religious habit.

Apostolic letters. See Abbreviators; Writers.

-, palace, auditors of. See Auditors.

-, -, litigation in. See Apostolic see.

Apostolic see, absolution in cases reserved to, 35, 82, 223, 244, 247, 247, 249, 336, 355, 363, 394. See Confessions.

-, appeals to, 43, 45, 52, 65, 70, 75, 81, 252, 253, 272, 274, 364, 380, 389, 409, 430, 433, 434, 448, 454, 455. See Concordat; Prmunire.

-, causes at, English, 34, 43, 45, 46, 49, 69, 70, 85, 116, 162, 169 (Corrigenda), 185, 195, 223, 226, 269, 270, 325329, 331, 332, 343, 344, 347, 353, 355, 363, 364, 367370, 376, 380, 384, 388, 389, 392, 400, 402404, 409, 410, 412, 421, 422, 427, 429, 433436, 439, 445, 446, 457461, 468, 469, 472, 479, 481, 509, 514, 522, 525, 543.

-, causes at, Irish, 105, 120, 190, 402, 465, 542.

-, causes at, royal, 94.

-, causes at, Scots, 237.

-, causes at, Welsh, 328, 387, 388, 405, 427.

-, causes not lawfully devolved to, 325, 409, 460, 461, 542.

-, inhibition from admitting to benefices during litigation at, 368, 369.

-, penalties incurred during litigation at, 69, 328, 329, 370, 387, 388, 404, 435, 460, 462, 463, 468, 469, 522, 523.

-, surrogation to benefices during litigation at, 234.

-, danger and expense of visit to, 32, 293, 294, 512, 517.

-, orator to, 545.

- See Bishops; Citations; Litigation; Marriage; Proctors; Reservation; Roman court.

Appeal, procedure by censure without, 307 et passim. See Censure.

Appeals, first, faculty to decide without further appeal, 252, 253.

-, from English dominions to the king of France and his courts, 14, 135.

-, interference with, by archbishop, 448.

-, See Apostolic see; Canterbury; Prmunire: York.

Appropriations, to chantries, 193, 390.

-, to cathedral and collegiate churches, 89, 117, 118, 192, 226, 365, 520, 521, 533, 534.

-, to colleges, 36, 49, 88, 167, 171, 172, 441.

-, to religious houses, 37, 65, 88, 184, 205-207, 208, 214, 217, 218, 225, 236, 237, 240, 243, 249, 327, 342, 390, 396, 406, 423, 430, 431, 435438, 446, 517, 519, 520, 521, 523, 524, 532, 533, 537.

-, -, dissolution of, 441.

-, to episcopal mens, 327, 410, 463, 507.

-, forged, 257.

-, non-executed, 32.

-, -, general annulment of, 172, 175, 180, 206, 208.

-, royal, 365.

-, royal licence for, 430, 519, 524, 533, 534.

- See Cess; Naves; Patronage; Patrons; Religious houses.

Aquitaine, captain of English forces in. See Dispenser.

-, capture of castles in, by the English, 98, 128, 129.

-, chancellors of. See Harewell; Erghum.

-, Cluniacs of, 85.

-, collectors and nuncios in. See Collectors; Nuncios.

-, constables of. See Chandos; Dispenser.

-, consuls of towns of, 85.

-, court of Edward, prince of, 20, 26.

-, currency in, 21, 24.

-, destruction of churches and chapels in, by the Companies, 20, 254.

-, -, by former English subjects, 85.

-, Edward III and the clergy and nobles of, 2, 11, 14.

-, Hospitallers of, 4, 10, 15.

-, in danger of becoming as disobedient to the pope as England, 311.

-, marshals of. See Augle; Calveley.

-, oath of fealty from the clergy and nobles of, 47, 9, 11, 14, 17.

-, pensions from, to the master of the Hospitallers, 3, 10.

-, prince Edward and the clergy and nobles of, 2, 36, 11, 14, 15.

-, prince Edward and the scholars of, 26.

-, restoration of castles in, by the English, 132.

-, unworthy papal provisions in, 310, 311.

-, Urban V and the nobles of, 1417, 1921, 23, 26, 27.

-, wars in, 85, 254.

-, See Appeals; Bordeaux; Edward (prince); English.

- See also I.P.P.

Aragon, nuncios to. See Nuncios.

- See also I.P.P.

Arbitration, papal, between Charles V and Edward III, 65.

Archbishop and papal legate, cause between, 14.

Archbishop appeals and suits in the court of official of, 43, 45, 75, 81, 86, 91.

-, confessor of, 487.

-, dispensation on account of defect of age, for nephew of, 510.

-, indult for, to visit diocese by deputy, 442.

-, member of household of, 511.

-, papal threat against, 516.

-, -, for opposition to papal provision, 102.

-, petitions of, 510, 511.

-, refusal by bishop to do homage to, 13.

-, registrar of letters of, 511.

- See Bishops; Canonical hours; Metropolitan; Metropolitical; Provisions; Scribes; Friars Minors; Visitations.

Archbishops elect, in England, 132, 263, 268, 543.

-, in Ireland, 216, 224, 372, 382.

-, in France, 112, 154, 160, 221.

-, oath of fealty from, 48, 57, 372, 382, 543.

Archdeacons, assignment of chrism and holy oil by, 520.

-, coadjutors for, 354.

-, consent of, to episcopal appropriations, 88, 208, 406, 430, 431, 533, 534.

-, dispensation for on account of defect of age, 178.

-, indult of non-residence for, 33.

-, indults for, to visit by deputy and receive procurations, 254, 350, 354, 408, 410, 447, 448, 452, 453, 506, 509.

-, -, -, (for cardinals), 168, 169, 173, 178, 187, 188, 196, 197, 227, 255, 315, 336, 384, 385.

-, jurisdiction of, 91, 387.

-, rectorial pensions to, 505, 506. See Cess.

-, without a degree in any lawful faculty, 72.

Archdeaconry, insufficiency of fruits of, 471.

-, parish church annexed to, 429, 475.

Arches, dean of, 463.

-, official of court of, 317, 329, 330, 331.

-, - See Archbishop.

Arms, borne by a bishop in a crusade, 98, 284, 325.

-, for the defence of churches and monasteries, 108.

Arroasian institution (i.e. Order of Arouaise), 210.

Arts, bachelors of, 31, 33, 57, 67, 73, 79, 84.

-, exclusion of religious from the regency in, 213.

-, lecturing on, 161, 164.

-, licentiate of, 255.

-, masters of, 41, 56, 57, 60, 61, 64, 73, 76, 83, 84, 162, 164, 177, 182, 193, 195, 211, 222, 237, 443, 444, 470, 527.

-, scholars of, 40.

-, students of, 57, 63, 161, 164, 394.

-, study of, 164.

-, -, at Wykeham's Oxford college, 391, 437.

Audience, public, of the pope, 277.

Audit, clerk of. See Robert, king of Scots.

Auditors, papal, causes before. See Apostolic see.

-, -, consultation of co-auditors by, 460.

-, -, renewal of commissions of, on accession of new pope, 368, 369.

-, - See Ambrevilla; Bilvelt; Castillone; Coppa; Dugmano; Dulmen; Egidii; Flandini; Florentia; Floriani; Gasconis; Gubbio; Herborth; Majoris (in Corrigenda of. p. 45); Naples; Ponto; Potenza; Ragoma; Robinelli; Sagona; Sulmona; Vivianis; Westerholt.

-, -, (English and Welsh). See Baret; Bateman; Freton; Gilbert; Godebarn; Moubray; Paxton; Startton; Sudburia; Trail; Trefnant; Trevaur; Walkington; Yong. See also p. xv.

-, of the papal Camera. See Camera.

Augustinian

abbots, 74, 191, 210, 222, 236, 253, 382, 405, 408, 411, 434, 441, 496, 518, 538.

priors, in England, 35, 37, 39, 4143, 77, 162, 186, 284, 299, 307, 308, 311, 371, 374, 382, 405, 464, 518, 522, 523, 526.

-, in Ireland, 36, 86, 87, 238, 245, 274, 276, 525, 526.

-, in Wales, 223, 355.

sub-priors, 43, 454.

canons, 35, 38, 42, 61, 74, 135, 190, 222, 223, 254, 265, 267, 272, 275278, 282 291, 293, 296, 297, 299302, 305, 307 315, 324, 335, 355, 361, 362, 374, 382, 393, 422, 434, 435, 483, 492, 495, 502, 522528, 538. See also Apostate.

canoness, profession as, 37, 38.

houses, in England, 3335, 3743, 66, 67, 69, 7375, 77, 8083, 86, 135, 162, 163, 165, 166, 174, 178, 182, 186, 190, 191, 208, 214, 223, 263, 265, 267, 272, 275 278, 282291, 293, 296, 297, 299302, 305, 307315, 317, 319322, 324, 329, 330, 335, 338, 349, 356358, 360363, 366, 367, 371, 374, 376, 378, 379363, 387, 393, 396, 397, 400, 404, 405, 408, 411, 414416, 418, 419, 422425, 430, 434437, 439, 446, 448450, 456, 459, 464, 470, 472, 473, 477, 482, 492, 495, 496, 500503, 507, 509, 512, 514, 515, 517520, 522524, 526, 528, 531, 540, 541.

-, -, foundation of, 501, 517.

-, -, proposed erection of a parish church into, 462.

houses, in Ireland, 35, 36, 69, 86, 210, 222, 236, 238, 245, 274277, 290, 314, 332, 344, 348, 361, 382, 393, 402, 407, 408, 414, 417, 428, 434, 441, 448, 449, 471, 474, 476, 477, 513, 524, 525, 538, 541.

houses, in Scotland, 61, 163, 207, 236, 237, 240, 243, 244, 253, 255.

houses, in Wales, 223, 355, 467.

hospitals, in England, 211, 292, 296, 300, 308, 324, 379, 386, 446.

hospitals, in Ireland, 87, 400.

brothers, 292, 296, 308, 379, 386.

friars, 9, 25, 37, 42, 43, 90, 266, 271, 273, 275, 282, 293, 296, 299, 301304, 308, 309, 312, 352. See also Apostate.

-, bishops, 480, 538.

-, chapters-general of, 37, 239.

-, licence for, to acquire places, 90.

-, prior-provincial of, 42, 43.

order in Ireland, visitation of, 289.

students, foreign, 37, 239.

- See Apostates; Friars Preachers; St. Anthony; St. Augustine; Use.

Auvergne, war in, 2.

- See also I.P.P.

Ave Maria, 340.

B

Banns of marriage, excommunication for ommission of, 63, 372.

-, customary omission of in Scotland, 195.

Baptism, 77, 214, 536.

- See Marriage.

Basilicas. See Consecration; Rome.

Beer, 374.

Begging by religious, 240, 249, 436, 455.

-, by seculars, 463.

Belfaria, benefice without cure called, 328.

Bells, consecration and blessing of, 453.

-, parish church without, 375.

-, ringing of during divine offices, 230.

Bell-towers and bells, 39, 186, 208, 236, 354, 406, 410, 462, 506, 536.

Benedict XII, ordinance of, concerning apostates, 502.

- See also I.P.P.

Benedictine

abbesses, 78, 524.

abbots, 35, 47, 70, 75, 88, 90, 196, 204, 205, 246249, 321, 451, 457, 490, 494, 511, 516, 522.

bishops. See Brintone; Colchester.

cardinal See Cardinal priests (Adam Easton of St. Cecilia's, e.g. 343).

monks, 25, 27, 31, 35, 39, 46, 47, 66, 68, 70, 81, 96, 127, 204, 220, 248, 249, 268, 281, 286288, 290, 296, 301305, 308 312, 404, 463, 487, 496, 497, 520523, 525, 528, 534. See also Apostates.

-, English, arrest of abroad, 125, 129.

-, foreign, 88, 281. See Urban V.

nuns, 49, 189, 398, 483, 490, 495, 524.

-, enclosure of, 212.

priors, 31, 33, 39, 4648, 64, 75, 80, 85, 91, 174, 236, 454, 487, 503, 521, 522, 525.

prioresses, 212, 482.

houses, in England, 3235, 39, 41, 42, 45 50, 56, 59, 64, 6671, 7375, 7882, 85, 88, 91, 114, 129, 164167, 174, 178, 181, 182, 187190, 196199, 204, 205, 207, 211, 214, 220, 223, 224, 227, 239, 268, 281, 286290, 292, 294, 296, 302, 303, 305, 308, 309, 311, 312, 322, 323, 329, 330, 335, 337339, 342, 360, 361, 365, 366, 369, 373375, 386, 387, 389, 390, 393, 394, 400, 403, 404, 406, 407, 412, 414, 415, 417, 423, 424, 427, 432, 433, 439443, 448, 449, 451, 454, 455, 457, 462, 463, 470, 472, 477, 482, 483, 487, 490, 494497, 499501, 503, 507, 511, 512, 514516, 518529, 532535, 537, 538, 540.

- See also Canterbury; Durham; Ely; Glastonbury; Gloucester; Hyde; Norwich; St. Albans; St. Edmund's, Bury; Shaftesbury; Westminster; Winchester; Worcester.

houses, in Ireland, 521, 522.

-, in Scotland, 44, 90, 179, 184, 212, 236, 246249, 251.

-, in Wales, 31, 75, 470.

-, abroad. See Scots.

alien houses, 80.

-, chapter-general of, 412.

college at Oxford (Canterbury Hall). See Oxford.

Benediction, solemn, grant for nuncio to give, 170.

- See Blessing.

Benefactors, masses for, 521.

- See Foundations; Founders.

Benefices. See Appropriations; Collations; Councils; Exchange; Examination; Excommunication; Hereditary benefice; Plurality; Provisions; Reservation; Resignation; Taxation; Voidance.

Bequests, by a bishop to the pope and the papal camera, 264.

-, for the crusade, 100.

-, to pious places and uses, 71, 453.

Birth, defect of, dispensations on account of.

See Illegitimacy.

-, noble, ecclesiastics of, 31, 68, 174 177, 180, 187, 200, 206, 281, 327, 340, 344, 346, 356, 357, 363, 367, 392, 394, 397, 409, 410, 412, 429, 447, 471, 476, 510.

Bishops

and chapters, litigation between, 457, 525.

and religious, feud between, 423.

appointment of papal auditor as, 427.

benediction not to be given by abbots, etc. in the presence of, 182, 236, 411, 453, 457.

chaplains of, 32, 541.

and archbishops, consecration of, 60, 75, 84, 144, 187, 215, 216, 251.

-, -, at the apostolic see, 336, 427.

-, -, irregular, 538.

-, - See Voidance.

coadjutors of, 391, 467.

confessors of, 243, 244, 482.

deprivation of, 480.

deprivation of a prior by, 382.

dispensation for, on account of homicide, 325.

elect, 41, 60, 76, 82, 84, 87, 144, 187, 205, 215, 292, 336, 342, 351, 479.

-, oath of fealty by, 53, 57, 60, 76, 512, 535, 539.

-, unparalleled youth of, 129.

election of, by the chapter, 34, 35, 336, 342, 521.

-, by the diocesan clergy, 336.

expenses of, due to influx to parliaments and councils, 410.

faculties for, 447.

foreign, in England, 298.

Irish, suffragan of an English bishop, 437.

London lodging of, 431.

manorial chapels of, 521, 533.

members of the households of, 74, 424.

non-residence of, 385.

offer by, to fight for the pope, 98.

opposition by, to papal provisions, 91, 369, 402, 403.

opposition to installation of, 43.

palaces of, 521, 524.

-, chapel in, 533, 534.

perjury by, 292.

recognition of debts of, by successors, 291.

recovery by excommunication, etc., of loan to from merchants, 351.

registrar of, 533, 534.

Scots, faculties, etc. for, 243, 252, 253.

-, moveables of deceased, 145.

-, -, reservation to pope of 311.

scribe of, 521, 533, 534.

son of, dispensation for, 365367.

sons of, excluded from dispensation on account of illegitimacy, 210.

threats by the pope of excommunication, fine, suspension, interdict, etc. against, 112, 256, 369, 403, 525.

Welsh, faculty to dispense his kinsmen, 512.

- See Age; Archbishops; Benedictine; Bequests; Cess; Chantries; Cistercian; Conservatory; Consistory; Constitutions; Excommunication; Exemption; Fine; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; Homicide; Mens; Orders; Nepotism; Penitentiary; Provisions; Reservation; Roman court; Secular court; Services; Translation; Vicars-general; Visitations; Voidance; Welsh.

Black Death. See Pestilences.

Blessing. See Abbesses; Abbots; Altar linen; Altar stone; Benediction; Bishops; Bread; Chalices; Church walls; Corporals; Incense; Irregularity; Mitres; Nuns; Oil; Ornaments; Pastoral staves; Pilgrims; Salt; Vessels; Vestments; Water; Wax; Wine.

Blind, pilgrimages of the, 38.

Bohemia, collectors in. See Schadland; Cabrespino.

Bolognini, 262, 279, 280, 386, 411.

Boniface IX, ambassador of Richard II to See Newerk (Alan de).

-, autograph signature to letter of credence, 545.

-, bulla of, 464.

-, efforts against anti-papal statutes, 277, 288, 299, 303.

-, efforts against Schismatics, 274, 276, 278, 283, 288, 294, 295, 303, 304, 325.

-, -, by means of a league with England, 281, 294, 295, 300.

-, efforts to obtain a subsidy from the clergy of England, 274, 278, 288, 302, 303.

-, efforts for a crusade against the Turks, 308.

-, canonry and prebend held by, when cardinal, 384.

-, envoys of, to England, etc., 286, 287, 307, 312.

-, intercession with Richard II, to induce Charles VI to abandon the Schism, 306.

-, maxim of, about papal subsidies, 294.

-, petition of Richard II to, for reform of statutes of chapel royal, 456.

-, -, on behalf of a canonization, 379.

-, -, on behalf of clerks of his household, 397, 412.

-, -, on behalf of ecclesiastical kinsmen, 356, 357, 363, 401, 465.

-, -, on behalf of ecclesiastices, 394, 395, 398, 419, 428, 430, 447, 473, 506, 544546.

-, -, on behalf of episcopal kinsman, 410.

-, -, on behalf of his proposed, foundation of a college of ecclesiastics, 391.

-, -, on behalf of a chapel or chantry in the church of a religious house, 446.

-, -, on behalf of lay persons, 334, 372.

-, -, on behalf of a nephew, 397.

-, -, on behalf of a niece, 396.

-, -, on behalf of religious, 293, 294, 423, 446, 514, 516, 517, 520, 524.

-, petitions of John of Gaunt to, 405, 544.

-, petitions of royal persons to, 396.

-, proctor-general and nuncio of, for a league with England. See Cathaneis.

-, ransom of a prisoner by, 286, 287, 301.

-, residence of, 336338, 368, 384, 401, 413, 444, 460.

-, sale by authority of, of English possessions of a foreign hospital, 283.

- See Chamberlain; Legates; Nuncios; Secretaries; Serjeants-at-arms; Ushers.

Books, blessing of, 453.

-, constitution of the council of Vienne against the taking of. See Constitutions.

-, destruction of, 448.

-, for missionaries, 106.

-, of churches and religious houses, 108, 208, 226, 249.

-, of deceased ecclesiastics, reservation of, 108, 151, 263.

-, plunder of, 42, 43, 80, 82, 236, 455.

-, -, in France, 251, 252.

Bordeaux, archiepiscopal palace and new city wall of, 114.

-, preceptor of Hospitallers at. See Ebrardi.

- See also I.P.P.

Boys to assist at mass, etc. in college chapels, 422, 437, 439, 440.

Bread, black, 374.

-, blessing of, 515.

Brtigny, ravages by English adventurers after the peace of, 55.

Bretons, companies of, 135.

Bribery, 70.

Bridges, censure of secular authorities for neglect of, 77.

-, repair of. See Indulgences.

Brittany, councillor and treasurer of the duke of. See Milleborn.

-, ecclesiastical liberties in, 128.

- See also I.P.P.

Bruges, assignments of money to the papal camera from, 155.

-, merchants at. See also I.P.P.

-, merchants of Lucca at, 259261. See also I.P.P.

-, negotiations at, for a Concordat with the pope, 109, 111, 112, 134, 143, 144, 147, 202, 203, 218, 219.

-, -, for peace with France, 119, 132, 139, 142, 144, 145, 218.

-, papal agents at, for receipt of the tenth imposed on England, 107, 117, 118.

-, subsidy granted to the pope at, 111, 218.

- See also I.P.P.

Bulla, leaden, 182.

-, forgeries under, 257, 464.

Burgess (burges), 484.

Burial, ecclesiastical, Lollards deprived of, 516.

-, in parochial chapels, 77, 166, 224, 392, 499, 536.

-, licence for an ecclesiastic to make provision for his, 453.

- See Chapels; Friars Minors; Funeral; Funerals; Parish churches; Religious; Wills; Winter.

Bursal prebend, 58.

Butcher to the papal palace, 262.

C

Calatrava, order of, 367.

Calves, tithes of, 46.

Cambridge, college statutes about canon and civil law at, 41.

-, faculty of canon law at, 36, 41.

-, - of civil law at 36, 71.

-, - of medicine at, 36.

-, - of philosophy at, 36.

-, - of theology at, 36, 40, 49, 52, 53, 206.

-, founder of college at, 58, 88.

-, mastership of theology at, 162, 166.

-, regent masters of, 52, 53.

-, statutes against the mendicant orders at, 52, 91.

-, statutes about lecturing on the Sentences and about degrees in theology at, 52, 53.

-, students at, 40, 71, 162, 198, 206.

- See Carmelites; College chapels; Sentences.

- See also I.P.P.

Camera (papal), account rolls of merchants with, 261, 262.

-, accounts to, from preachers of crusade, 271.

-, agents of, 151.

- and pope, loans to, 261, 271, 279, 280, 282, 286, 292, 313, 386, 411.

-, assignment to, of fruits of benefices, 262, 270, 272.

-, -, auditor-general of the court of, 85.

-, -, oath of fealty of, 274.

-, - See Bowet.

-, clerks of, 261, 263, 282, 286, 294, 298.

-, -, common and minute services due to, 268, 269, 282, 291, 292, 296298, 351.

-, debt causes before the court of, 85.

-, debt of, to the papal butcher, 262.

-, debtors of, 158.

-, difficulty of assigning money from collectors to, 155.

-, -, dues to, from papal and other cities in Italy, 267, 268.

-, envoys of, 12. See Rothonis.

-, expenses of, 136, 156158, 262, 263, 273.

-, fines payable to, 369, 478.

-, money-changers to, 282, 286.

-, notary of, 257.

-, oath of fealty of nuncio of, 2.

- of Innocent VI, 106.

- of Gregory XI, 159.

- of Clement VII, diversion of money from, to Urban VI, 245.

- or local collector, certification to, of dates and the names of persons and collated benefices, 223, 304306, 378, 383, 384, 388, 395, 447, 504.

-, revocation of delays in payments to, 158.

-, sale of books of deceased religious, on behalf of, 263.

-, sequestration of goods of deceased bishop for, 310.

- See Bequests; Collectors; Florins; Mens; Nuncios; Sub-collectors.

Camera (royal). See Exchequer.

Candles, 374.

Canon law, bachelors of, 41, 47, 50, 55, 56, 59, 62, 64, 71, 73, 74, 78, 84, 163, 169, 173, 188, 189, 193195, 206, 214, 222, 248, 263, 319, 326, 333, 339, 340, 345, 347, 348, 350, 365, 380, 392, 402, 406, 412, 417, 419, 420, 447, 473, 487, 494, 497, 510, 531.

-, doctors of, 11, 25, 28, 30, 76, 83, 98, 109, 112, 132, 144, 148, 152, 159, 195, 197, 260, 274, 283, 288, 289, 343, 344, 349, 351, 352, 367, 376, 377, 388, 395, 411, 420, 427, 447, 450, 453, 481, 502.

-, doctorate of, indult to take in the Roman court or elsewhere, 237.

-, lecturing in, 198.

-, licentiates of, 72, 142, 187, 237, 258, 262, 357, 377, 400, 465, 468, 502.

-, licentiateship in, mandate to confer, 17s.

-, -, perventus in, 196.

-, scholars of, 32, 61, 174, 176, 181, 217, 367, 417, 428, 429, 475, 513.

-, students of, 64, 68, 73, 173, 185, 188, 197, 237, 233, 347, 403, 413, 433, 467, 471, 474476, 546.

-, study of, at Wykeham's Oxford college, 391, 437.

- See Cambridge; Non residence.

Canonical hours, dispensation on account of age, to say by deputy, 334.

-, indult for archbishop to say according to the Roman Use, 441.

-, indult to say according to the Use of the Friars Preachers, 508.

-, obligation, to be present at, 478.

Canonization, process for, 379.

Canons, minor, 193, 334, 478.

- See Augustinian; Gilbertine; Premonstratensian.

Canterbury, court of, appeals to, 43, 75, 81, 86, 91.

-, -, appeals from to the pope, 43, 448.

-, -, -, contempt of by official, 75.

- See also I.P.P.

Capicerius (sacristan), 21, 24.

Capitular elections. See Bishops (election of); Election.

Captal. See Grailly.

Cardinal, minor canons called, in St. Paul's, London, 334.

Cardinals, benefices held by, 30, 168, 279, 357, 383385, 401, 479481, 507, 543.

-, -, value and variety of, 103, 212, 213, 335, 343, 482.

-, exchange of benefices by, 383385, 480, 509, 514, 536.

-, -, licence for, without requiring special leave, 504.

-, exemption of benefices of, from papal tenths, 101, 106, 111, 156, 157, 218, 294.

-, provisions of benefices to, 26, 97, 102 105, 120, 123, 190, 207, 213, 256, 263, 335, 336, 343, 383385, 401, 459, 465, 468, 469, 479, 480, 482, 504, 509, 513, 514, 536, 539.

-, reservations of benefices to, 30, 383, 504.

-, provisions and reservations to, opposition to, 104, 105, 120, 123, 190, 279, 385, 459, 465, 468, 469, 479, 481, 518, 514.

-, royal tenth imposed on benefices of, 143.

-, collation confirmed by, 61.

-, households of, 291.

-, letters of, 273, 274.

-, litigation involving, 104, 105, 120, 190, 459, 460, 465, 468, 469, 479, 481, 514.

-, nephews of, 92, 255.

-, petitions of, 345, 379, 381, 393, 420, 439, 465, 467, 472.

-, privileges of, 457.

-, proctors of, at the apostolic see, 473.

-, -, in England, 26, 143, 357.

-, -, -, safe conduct for, 51.

-, -, -, writs against, 479.

-, subscriptions of, to papal bulls, 516.

-, English. See Cardinals (Simon Langham, bishop of Palestrina; Adam Easton, priest of St. Cecilia's).

-, -, chaplain of. See Aston.

-, -, members of household of. See Aston; Benet; Inglewod; Possewick (381); Skendelby; Trevaur (475).

-, Scots. See Wardlaw.

-, schismatic, 262.

-, college of, clerk of the. See Gentilis.

-, -, common and minute services due to the, 263, 269, 291, 292, 296 298, 351.

- SeeBoniface IX; Conclave; Concordat; Conservatory; Gregory XI; Motu proprio; Reservation; Urban VI; Visitations.

Carlisle, statute of, against provisors, 277.

Carmelite friars, 198, 207, 271, 273, 276, 278, 283, 284, 286288, 290, 291, 296, 299, 300, 301, 305, 307, 315, 362, 413, 485, 486, 492, 528. See also Apostate.

-, abandonment of the order of, before profession, 238.

-, arrest of, in England, 124.

-, chapter-general of, 207.

-, houses of, 207, 305, 315, 399, 433.

-, prior-general of, 198.

-, proctor of. See Peyroni.

-, student, 198.

Carthusian, monk, 422.

-, house, 422.

-, -, licence for the foundation of, 537.

Carucates, 90.

Cases reserved to the pope

Administration of sacraments when excommunicate (see Rehabilitations).

Arson (see English in France).

Forgery of papal letters (see Letters, papal).

Sacrilege (q.u..).

Simony (q.u.).

Violence to clergy (q.u.).

-, See also Apostolic see; Confessions; Excommunication.

Cassocks, 462.

Castellans, papal, homage and fealty of, 99, 154, 206, 209.

-, -, obligation of, to attend provincial parliament, 154.

-, -, yearly cess from, 154, 209.

Castle for the defence of a cathedral church, 432.

Castles, chapels in, 178, 179, 238.

-, -, chantry in, 327.

-, papal, grants of, to Englishmen, 99, 142, 143, 154, 160, 206, 209.

-, -, recovery of, by English, 114.

-, See Aquitaine; English.

Cathedral church, destruction of, by invaders, 432, 433.

-, in Ireland, said to be parochial, 35.

-, obligation of an archbishop to say the canonical hours according to the Use of his, 441.

-, statutes of, 66, 407.

-, two in Dublin, 77, 78.

-, without a chapter, 336.

- See Appropriations; Chantries; Chantry; Chapels; Chapter; Choir; Close; Dean; Deanery; Earthquake; Parson; Religious; Theology; Vassals.

Celibacy of clergy, 515.

Cells, 39, 66, 75, 79. See Religious houses.

Cemeteries, consecration of, 169, 171, 186, 230, 437.

-, desecration of, 192, 371.

-, reconciliation of, 48, 60, 67, 82, 169, 171, 221, 230, 433, 509.

-, for college, 333.

-, for parishioners, 166, 371, 392, 439, 536.

-, for religious, 186, 462.

- See Chantry; Chapels; Indulgences.

Censure, procedure by, 6, 7, 153, 156, 157, 218, 267, 271, 283, 289, 294, 307, 351 353, 512, 516, 518.

Cess, diocesan, exemption of possessions of religious house from, 501.

-, from papal cities, 264.

-, manorial, belonging to a foreign religious house, 440.

-, papal, collection of, 257, 267, 518.

-, -, from exempt religious house, 294, 451. See Religious houses (exemption of).

-, -, rent or pension, to bishops, chapters, archdeacons, etc., on account of appropriations, 64, 86, 88, 89, 208, 209, 217, 218, 365, 431, 519, 521, 524, 533, 534.

- See Castellans: Friars Minors; Pensions; Tribute.

Chalices, blessing and consecration of by abbots, etc. 253, 433, 453, 457, 501.

-, constitution of the Council of Vienne against the taking of. See Constitutions.

-, of churches and religious houses, destruction and plunder of, 80, 236, 251, 252, 448.

-, reservation of, 108, 151.

Chamberlain, papal, collectors forbidden to lend money without mandate from, 151.

-, -, faculty for collector to cite before, 267.

-, -, of Urban V. See Aubert.

-, -, of Urban VI, 257, 258, 264.

See also Cardinals (Marinus, deacon of New St. Mary's).

-, -, of Boniface IX. See Bosc (481).

-, -, of Clement VII. See Conzi.

Chancels, alms for the repair of, 39.

Chancery, papal, cause remitted to, 410.

-, -, errors in letters of, 32.

-, -, inspection of papal letters in, 518520, 522.

-, -, lodgment of letters of provision in, 538.

-, -, non-passage of letters through, 77.

-, -, regent of. See Francisci.

-, -, vice-chancellor of. See Cardinals (Francis, bishop of Palestrina).

-, royal, great seal of, 430.

-, -, writs of, 86, 364, 479. See Prmunire.

Channel Islands, adhesion of to Urban VI, 539.

Chantries, in cathedral churches, 313, 334, 388, 402.

-, -, episcopal foundation of, 90.

-, in collegiate churches, 89, 327, 418.

-, in parish churches, 193, 389, 390, 396, 422.

-, See Castles.

Chantry, households and servants of master and chaplains of, 455.

-, in the chapel of a cathedral cemetery, 346.

-, in the gift of a religious house, 424.

-, of a gild, 498.

-, statutes of, 390.

-, See Appropriations; Indulgences.

Chapels, annexed to or dependent on parish churches, 283, 350, 427, 440, 534. See below, Chapels, parochial.

-, belonging to foreign religious houses, 440.

-, burials in unconsecrated, 51.

-, called the Crown in Canterbury cathedral, 507.

-, cathedral, royal and other lay grants to, 90, 240.

-, desecration of, forbidden, 50, 192.

-, free, 89, 193, 314, 328, 338, 344, 346, 354, 356, 357, 408, 511.

-, -, royal. See Bosham; London (St. Martin's le Grand); Westminster (St. Stephen's); Windsor (adding p. 456 in I.P.P.); Richard II.

-, gild, 411.

-, in parish churches, burial of ancestors in, 91.

-, -, foundation of, 38, 91.

-, in poor hospitals, 91, 350.

-, manorial, 455.

-, or oratories, of Wykeham's colleges, 387, 397, 422, 437.

-, parochial, 51, 61, 77, 86, 89, 116, 214, 223, 224, 335, 350, 392, 395, 421, 499.

-, -, alleged illicit burial in cemetery of, 437.

-, -, called a parish, 166.

-, -, foundation of, by a canon, 536.

-, -, -, by a layman, 353.

-, -, -, by parishioners, 89, 368, 371, 394.

-, -, -, -, diminution of vicar's portion on account of, 86.

-, -, -, by religious, 431.

-, -, -, by Richard II, 376.

-, -, ruinous condition of, 406.

-, -, suit about the maintenance of a stipendiary priest in, 75.

-, -, tithes and oblations arising from, 218.

-, private, 372, 396.

-, sinecure, 417, 418.

See Aquitaine; Bishops; Castles; Chantry; College chaples; English; Indulgences; Poor hospitals; Robbers.

Chaplaincy (papal), abuse by religious of immunities of, 75.

-, -, ordinance against, 508.

-, -, -, exemption from, 444.

-, admission of religious to choir, chapter, and commons, notwithstanding grant of, 404.

-, grants and restrictions of immunities of, 276, 284, 285, 362, 527, 528.

-, mandate to defend immunities of 263.

-, conferred on religious, 31, 174, 190, 191, 250, 265269, 271293, 296305, 307316, 361, 362, 527529.

-, conferred on seculars, 30, 31, 57, 61, 85, 148, 203, 204, 219, 221, 244, 252254, 263, 266, 271, 275, 276, 278, 285293, 296, 298, 300, 302304, 306 310, 313, 315, 362, 528, 529.

Chaplain, perpetual, in a cathedral church, 225.

-, royal, 61.

Chaplains, papal, 72, 76, 96, 97, 105, 108, 121, 125, 129, 174, 179, 213, 226, 236, 240, 251, 263, 274, 331, 367, 369, 377, 386, 409, 411, 418, 424, 427, 444, 447, 450, 452, 453, 458, 464, 479, 487, 515, 523, 534, 543. See also Auditors.

-, See Cardinals.

Chapter, cathedral, proctor of at the apostolic see, 35.

-, -, consent of to episcopal appropriations, 88, 89, 208, 209, 225, 243, 249, 406, 430, 431, 521, 524, 533, 534.

-, -, -, to episcopal ordinance, 505.

-, -, -, to exchange of patronage, 377.

-, -, disorderly, 43.

-, See Bishops; Cess; Chaplaincy; Penitentiaries.

Chapters-general. See Augustinian; Benedictine; Carmelite; Cistercian; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers.

Chapter-provincial. See Friars Minors.

Cheeses, 374.

-, tithes of, 225.

Choir, exemption from, of religious, 374.

-, of a cathedral church, 240.

-, of a parish church, 163.

-, See Chaplaincy; Penitentiaries.

Choristers, chantry, 89. See also Boys.

Chrism, power to cause to be made by any bishop, 251.

-, See Archdeacons.

Church walls, blessing of, 515.

Churches and basilicas, consecration of, 169, 171, 186, 230, 251.

-, desecration of, forbidden, 50. See Chapels.

-, reconciliation of, 48, 60, 67, 82, 169, 171, 221, 230, 251, 433, 509.

-, See Aquitaine; Cathedral; Collations; Collegiate churches; English; Fire; Fortification; Indulgences; Parish churches; Provisions; Religious; Religious houses; Repair; Reservation; Storms; Vicars; Voidance; Wars.

Churching of women, 439.

Cistercian abbess, 482.

-, abbots, 80, 184, 204, 222, 304, 307, 459, 482.

-, bishop, 459.

-, lay brother, 486, 492.

-, monks, 37, 80, 90, 175, 204, 250, 251, 269, 274276, 279, 283, 285, 287, 291, 292, 299305, 307312, 314316, 328, 342, 362, 414, 434, 484, 487, 495, 497, 524, 528. See also Apostate.

-, houses in England, 31, 32, 34, 38, 42, 44, 65, 66, 69, 70, 73, 80, 83, 88, 90, 106, 175, 178, 199, 204, 205, 217, 272, 274, 275, 279, 283, 285, 287, 291, 292, 299305, 307, 309311, 314316, 330, 342, 358, 362, 374, 386, 404, 407, 414 416, 424, 429, 430, 433, 436, 450, 456, 459, 477, 482, 484, 486, 487, 492, 495, 497, 512, 515, 524, 527, 528, 582.

-, -, in Ireland, 37, 184, 407, 413, 417, 420, 434, 475, 513, 530, 541.

-, -, in Scotland, 222, 225, 250, 251.

-, -, in Wales, 178, 269, 291, 304, 308, 312, 325, 358, 417, 427, 511, 513.

-, order, 122.

-, -, chapter-general of, 80, 276, 297.

-, -, exemption of, from papal tenth, 106.

-, -, -, from tithes, 40, 66, 90.

-, -, father-abbot of. See Cteaux.

-, -, subsidy from to the pope, 106, 153, 276, 297.

-, -, visitation of, 80, 276, 289.

-, rules, religious order under, 367.

Citations, negotiations between Urban V and Edward III about, 14.

-, to the Roman court, 12, 46, 49, 141, 369, 370, 389.

-, -, of a bishop, 123, 124, 245, 246.

-, -, of royal officers, 94, 123, 124.

-, procedure by, 101, 105, 107, 109, 112, 150, 152, 203, 219, 234, 257, 267, 326, 439.

-, published on the continent, to be as binding as if personally served, 481.

-, contempt of, 364.

-, -, by a defaulting collector, 284.

-, See Concordat.

Citizens, 10, 35, 44, 46, 49, 70, 71, 76, 85, 204, 220, 221, 266, 274, 313, 389, 482, 485, 488490, 493495, 497, 498.

Civil law, advanced (provectus) scholar of, 216.

-, bachelors of, 32, 33, 47, 55, 56, 62, 67, 71, 72, 74, 77, 78, 164, 173, 178180, 183, 187, 188, 193, 194, 222, 223, 248, 319, 324, 333, 337, 340, 344, 346, 348, 350, 358, 375, 381, 417, 421, 444, 447, 453, 457, 460, 461, 467, 468, 481, 494, 497, 500, 506, 508, 539.

-, doctors of, 4, 7, 11, 24, 27, 37, 59, 62, 76, 109, 111, 112, 125127, 132, 136, 137, 143, 144, 147, 164, 167, 173175, 184, 185, 198, 201, 203, 205, 208, 209, 216219, 225, 231, 274, 280, 281, 288, 289, 296, 309, 312, 343, 344, 353, 355, 363, 367, 375, 376, 390, 394, 403, 427, 431, 447, 450, 452, 481, 526, 533, 534.

-, doctorate in, indult to take at the Roman court or elsewhere, 237.

-, -, licence to receive at Oxford or other university, 60.

-, -, licence and dispensation to study for, without proceeding beyond the subdiaconate, 50, 59, 192.

-, licentiates of, 50, 59, 60, 64, 72, 76, 77, 79, 83, 100, 123, 143, 149, 153, 169, 172, 185, 196, 207, 226, 237, 252, 267, 271, 331, 340, 345, 357, 400, 410, 446, 465, 511.

-, scholars of, 62, 63, 73, 77, 79, 176, 212, 255, 367, 378, 417, 456, 471, 475, 513.

-, students of, 57, 63, 64, 71, 185, 188, 196, 237, 347, 356, 357, 413, 438, 445, 466, 471, 474476, 500, 546.

-, study of, at Wykeham's Oxford college, 391, 437.

-, -, indults for priests to engage in, 452, 545. See Constitutions.

-, See Cambridge; Non-residence; Wales.

Claswriaiethe, portions called, 349.

Claustral priors, 243, 500.

Clement VII, envoy of. See Roschoman.

-, efforts of, on behalf of peace between France and England, 228, 229.

-, fruitless provisions of benefices in England by, 254.

-, petition of Robert II to, for an ecclesiastical subsidy, 239.

-, -, on behalf of Scots, 253255.

-, processes by and against. See Urban VI.

-, See Chamberlains; Secretaries. See also I.P.P.

Clergy, exactions from, 208.

- See Acolytes; Clerks; Deacons; England; English; Imprisonment; Priests; Religious; Subdeacons; Urban V; Wills.

Clerks, abduction by, 44, 52.

-, dispensation for illegitimate son of, 529.

-, married, 319, 320, 321, 359.

-, of royal personages, 68. See Edward III; Robert II.

-, poor, provisions and reservations to, 31, 59, 165, 166, 172, 175, 177, 179, 241, 314, 431.

-, See Tonsure.

Cloisters of religious houses, 52, 507.

Close, cathedral, divine offices in chapels of, 457.

Cloth, English, for the Roman court, etc. 99, 100, 121, 130, 131, 137, 249.

-, of gold, 22.

Cluniac houses, 2, 6, 25, 56, 65, 66, 74, 82, 214, 286, 327, 329, 330, 390, 396, 416, 454, 467, 489, 490, 497, 527, 540.

-, monks, 286, 302, 454, 489, 490, 497.

See also Apostate; Aquitaine.

-, order, visitation of, in England, 144, 454.

-, -, in Ireland, 289.

-, priors, 2, 6, 25, 302, 454, 489.

-, sub-prior, 454.

Coadjutors, 59, 354, 390, 391, 438, 467.

Collations, by the ordinary, 420, 461, 474, 475.

-, -, confirmation of, 29, 31, 33, 34, 58, 64, 76, 79, 83, 167, 174, 175, 177, 188, 190, 193, 199, 200, 212, 222, 224.

-, -, invalid or doubtful, 30, 33, 34, 209, 210, 328, 333, 334, 348, 353, 403, 449, 460, 474, 505, 509, 531.

-, -, opposition to, 326, 355, 387, 429, 522.

-, papal, doubtful validity of, on account of errors, etc. 57, 355, 363, 388, 408, 409.

-, -, of dignities, etc. 71, 72, 77, 313, 314, 348, 387, 407, 417, 429, 449, 450, 458, 460, 461, 473475, 479, 542.

-, -, of canonries and prebends, 57, 89, 123, 289, 326, 327, 333, 341, 353, 354, 405, 418, 468, 475, 476, 505.

-, -, of benefices with cure (parish churches, etc.) 42, 57, 65, 253, 314, 332, 334, 355, 363, 364, 380, 388, 401, 408, 409, 413415, 420, 421, 426, 431, 434, 439, 443, 446, 461, 471474, 500, 529531, 542, 543.

-, -, of religious houses, 419, 522, 525.

-, -, opposition to, 363, 388, 405, 408, 409, 530, 531, 542, 543. See Archbishops; Bishops.

-, See Edward III; Exchange; Nuncios (faculties and powers for); Patrons; Provisions; Reservation; Schismatics.

Collectors, 64.

-, acquittances to from merchants, on account of money for the camera. See Alberti; Catini; Dini; Dominici; Francisci; Guardis; Guinisiis; Interminellis: Johannini; Johannis; Mannini; Marci; Moritonibus; Nerotii; Nicolai; Northampton (Richard); Nutini; Turchi.

-, biennial rendering of accounts by, 104, 108, 110, 257, 259, 261, 267.

-, deceased, effects of, 18, 19, 109, 110, 306, 307.

-, exaction of immoderate fees by, and by their notaries, 230.

-, expenses of, 28, 98.

-, and nuncios, faculties and powers for, 87, 104, 105, 108110, 150, 152, 153, 156160, 257264, 267, 283, 284, 294, 295, 308, 311, 312, 518. See also Nuncios.

-, orders and drafts on, 148, 159, 262. 266, 269, 270, 274, 286, 287, 301, 386,

-, in Almain, Hungary, Bohemia, and Poland. See Cabrespino; Schadland; Youg (Richard).

-, in Aquitaine. See Bose; Domandi; Guy; Viridario.

-, in Brittany. See Hoo.

-, in Crete, 267.

-, in Denmark, Sweden, and Norway, 261.

-, in England. See Cabrespino; Dardani; Garnerii; Gentilis; Nigris; Pelegrini; Volterra.

-, -, office or registry of, 163, 199, 466, 467.

-, -, for crusade against the Turks, defalcating, 308, 309.

-, -, seizure by the crown of benefices of a former, 92.

-, in Flanders. See Dardani.

-, in Ireland, 259; and see Cabrespino; Caponago; Dardani; Duncan; Emly (William, bishop of).

-, -, absolution from oath exacted from, in so far as contrary to oath of fealty to pope, 289.

-, -, defaulting, 258, 260, 283, 284.

-, in Lombardy, 286, 295.

-, in Portugal. See Anagni (Thomas, bishop of).

-, in the province of Reims. See Cabrespino; Mauberti.

-, in the province of Tours. See Roche.

-, in the Rhine provinces, 300.

-, in the Roman court, 389.

-, in Saintonge. See Garini.

-, in Scotland, 259; and see Dardani; Grenlaw; Peblis.

-, - and Ireland, visitation by, in aid of the expenses of the camera, 153, 158, 160.

-, in Tuscany, 286.

- See Camera; Executor; Nuncios; Sub-collectors.

College chapels, at Oxford, 36, 37, 41, 58.

-, at Cambridge, 199.

- See Indulgences.

Colleges. See Appropriations; Cambridge; Canon law; Cemeteries; Civil law; Farm; Legacies; Oxford; Poor scholars.

-, foreign, 62. See Masseret.

Collegiate chapel, reform of statutes of, 456.

Collegiate churches, advowson of, 334.

-, burden of hospitality through nearness to seaport, 370.

-, erection of parish churches into, 192 505.

-, -, royal licence for, 462.

-, formerly parish churches, 180.

-, foundation of, in England, 39, 49, 62, 192, 226, 464, 544.

-, -, in Scotland, 214, 215.

- See Appropriations; Indulgences.

Colts, tithes of, 46.

Commendam , grants in, 430, 473.

Commensales . See Household.

Commissaries, 45, 65.

Common services. See Cardinals; Household; Services.

Commons. See Chaplaincy; Distributions; Penitentiaries.

Communes. See Italy; Lyons.

Communia servitia . See Common services.

Comorbanship, an hereditary benefice, 461.

Companies, in France, English, etc. 14, 16, 17, 20, 103, 254.

-, in Italy, English, etc. 3 5, 8, 9, 16, 20, 2224; 2729, 105, 106, 121123, 128, 133, 136, 137, 147, 158, 159, 263, 264.

-, -, -, captains of. See Beltoft; Brise; Clifford; Coc; Coucy; Feriby; Hawkwood; Martedonis.

-, -, -, captain-general of. See Stertz.

-, -, -, constables of. See Coc; Golde; Liverpol.

-, -, -, marshals of. See Beaumont; Brise; Coc; Romisey; Thornbury.

-, -, -, seneschal of. See Brise.

-, -, Teuton, 29.

- See Bretons; Edward III; Edward, prince of Wales; English; Gregory XI; St. George; Urban V; Urban VI.

Compaternity, impediment of. See Marriage.

Compurgation, 81.

Conclave at the death of Gregory XI, 228, 245, 258.

Concordat between Edward III and Gregory XI, faculty for nuncio of Clement VII to ratify, 231.

-, negotiations about, 109, 111, 112, 117, 127, 132135, 146, 147, 184, 201 203, 218, 219.

-, See Nuncios.

Confessions, contention between friars and seculars about hearing, 512. See Constitutions:

-, in cases reserved to papal penitentiaries, 171, 176, 177, 247, 250, 496.

See Apostolic see.

-, in an English chapel abroad, 374.

-, in a parochial chapel, 536.

Confessor, to absolve and dispense on account of irregularity, 170.

-, to administer ecclesiastical sacraments, 496.

-, to commute vow of asting, 243.

-, to dispense to eat eggs and milk-meats on abstinence days, 243.

-, to dispense not to eat flesh and milk meats on abstinence days, 242, 433.

-, to dispense not to fast on fasting days, 433.

-, to grant plenary indulgence in the hour of death, 8, 9, 13, 241, 305, 482 490.

-, to grant the jubilee indulgence, 323 326, 379, 380.

-, to hear confessions and give absolution, 8, 36, 47, 53, 55, 59, 79, 171, 175, 178, 179, 185, 195, 204, 205, 208, 216, 220, 221, 231, 245, 247, 250, 306, 349, 350, 411, 495497.

-, to license religious to eat flesh at laymen's tables, 29, 36, 53, 227.

- See Archbishops; Bishops; Pilgrims.

Confirmation, faculty for a nucio to administer, 177.

- See Abbots; Cardinals; Chapter; Collations; Elections; Institution; Letters; Patronage; Provisions; Reservation.

Confiscation, procedure by, 516.

Confraternity. See Gild.

Consecration, of Urban V, 1, 2.

- See Altars; Bishops; Cemeteries; Chalices; Churches; Consistory; Nuns.

Conservatory, letters, for bishops and episcopal mens, 64, 448, 449, 477, 514, 515.

-, -, for a cardinal, 383.

-, -, for cathedral chapters, 64, 386, 514, 515.

-, -, for religious, 386, 387, 448, 449, 477, 514.

-, -, for seculars, 386, 448, 477, 514, 515.

Consistory, diocesan, causes in, 525.

-, papal, advocates of. See Carleton; Novaria.

-, -, circumstances of the election, consecration, etc. of bishops set forth in, 336, 342, 538.

-, -, process of canonization in, 379.

Constitutions, legatine

Otho, an. 1236, tit. x, De Institutione Vicariorum [Lyndwood, Constitutiones Legatin (Oxford, 1679), p. 24; Spelman, Concil. (1664), p. 224; Wilkins, Concil. (1737), I, p. 651; Labbe, Concil. xiii (Venice, 1730), c. 1403], 511.

Othobon or Ottobon, an. 1268, tit. ix, De Residentia Vicariorum [Lyndwood, p. 95; Spelman, p. 269; Wilkins, II, p. 5; Labbe, XIV (Venice, 1731), c. 412], 213, 511.

Constitutions, papal

(1) Aqua per episcopum (Decretal. III. 40, 9), Gregory IX's constitution about the reconciliation of churches by bishops only, 169, 171, 230.

(2) Execrabilis (Extrav. Jo. xxii. 3), against plurality. See Reservation.

(3) Exigit perversorum (Sext. Decretal. III. 20, 2), Gregory X's constitution about procurations, 153.

(4) Romana ecclesia (Ibid. III. 20, 1), Innocent IV's constitution about

(a) the order to be observed in metropolitical visitations, 212.

(b) procurations, 153.

(5) Si beneficiorum (Clem. III, 8, 2), chalices, books, etc. of churches not to be taken by collectors, 294.

(6) Super specula, et infra Contra religiosas (Decretal. III. 50, 10), Honorius III's constitution about the study of civil law, 545.

(7) Vas electionis, doctor (Extrav. Commun. V. 3, 2), John XXII's constitution about confessions, 512.

(8) Vas electionis, Paulus (Ibid. III. 10; printed in Wilkins, Concil. II. 578), Benedict XII's constitution about procurations, 167, 183, 253.

(9) Volentes (Sext. Decretal. V. 7, 1), Innocent IV's constitution about the exemption of religious, 452.

Consuls. See Aquitaine.

Continence, vows of, 104, 176, 185.

Contumacy, 326, 463.

Convocation of clergy, 229, 245, 274, 288, 296.

Copes, 249.

-, reservation of, 151.

Corn, tithes of, 225. See also Harvests.

Coronation of Urban V and Urban VI, 1, 2, 258.

Corporals, blessing of, 253.

Corrody, 374.

Costume, ecclesiastical, 225. See Almuces; Copes; Cross; Insignia; Mitres; Pastoral staves; Religious habit; Rings; Sandals; Vestments.

Cottages (casalia), 256.

Councils, of Italian cities, 139, 264.

-, provincial and synodal, papal mandate for the assembly of, 106.

-, Third General Lateran, lapse of benefices by the statutes of the (cap. 8;Decretal. III. 8, 2), 42, 56 (corrigenda), 58, 67, 73, 173175, 177, 178, 180, 186, 190, 200, 207, 210, 222, 224, 232, 241, 305, 334, 346, 352, 385, 414, 447, 471, 476, 526, 529.

-, Fourth General Lateran, Holy land indulgences published in the, 265.

-, of Vienne, 294.

Couriers, papal. See Sanctii; Sistarico.

Court, papal, marshal of. See Aigrefeuille.

-, members of (Urban VI.) See Stanton.

-, -, (Boniface IX.) See Carleton; Chaddesden; Ixworth; Trevenant.

-, - See English; Roman court.

Credence, letters of, 127, 129, 133, 136, 143, 147, 545.

Crops. See Corn; Grass; Harvest; Hay.

Cross, marble, to mark the scene of a murder, 340.

-, miraculous wooden, episcopal inhibition from making offerings to, 368.

-, red and white, on the outer garment of regular priests, 462.

Crosses, reservation of, 108.

Crusade, bequests for, 100.

-, money from preaching of, 267, 271.

-, -, misappropriation of, 308, 309.

-, standard bearer of, 264.

-, 13656, to the Holy Land, Cyprus and Rhodes, 2, 810, 15, 19, 25, 26, 51.

-, -, to Prussia, 19.

-, 1372, to the Holy Land, 94, 95.

-, 1377, against the Turks, 111, 138 142.

-, 1383, against John, king of Castile, 264, 265, 271.

-, -, against Schismatics in Flanders, 284, 325.

-, 13946, against the Turks, 489.

-, 1397, against Schismatics in Italy, 295.

-, 1399, to relieve Constantinople, 308.

-, against other than infidels, Holy Land indulgence for, 265, 271, 284, 295.

- See East; Legates.

Crusaders, confessors to grant plenary indulgence to 8, 9.

- See Altars; Beauchamp (Thomas de, I.)

Curiales . See Court; English.

Cursores , papal. See Couriers.

D

Daggers, 35.

Dead, special prayers for the, 515.

-, masses for the, 520.

Deacons, dispensations for sons of, 32, 847, 540, 546.

-, order of. See Orders.

-, violence to, 103.

Dean, cathedral, jurisdiction of, 457.

Deanery, cathedral, appropriations to, 467, 526.

-, -, fruits of, 457.

-, -, neglect of proctors of cardinals holding, 357.

Deans of religious houses, 85, 412.

Debts, arrest of ecclesiastic for, 478.

-, of deceased ecclesiastics, 108, 453.

-, of religious houses, 208, 524.

- See Bishops; Camera.

Dedications

All Saints, 69, 330 et passim.

Annunciation, 67.

Assumption, 378.

Holy Cross, 48, 57, 91, 208, 368, 371, 372, 374, 488, 455, 456.

Holy Ghost, 49. See Rome.

Holy Trinity, 31 et passim.

Nativity of Our Lord, 450.

Visitation, 537.

See also under Saints.

Defect of sight, dispensation on account of, 540.

Defects, dispensations on account of. See Age; Illegitimacy.

Degradation of Lollard clergy, 515.

Delegation of causes, 230, 313, 455.

Deprivation, procedure by, 284, 312.

- See Plurality; Religious; Schismatics.

Desecration. See Cemeteries; Chapels; Churches.

Diffinitores of chapters-general , 37, 80.

Dilapidations, 80, 87, 355, 371, 382, 454, 455. See Alienations.

Disability, procedure by, 284, 312, 369.

Dispensations, omissions etc. in, 71, 72, 78 (corrigenda), 327, 426.

-, faculties to grant, 2, 3, 53, 57, 87, 107, 170, 171, 191, 200, 205, 210, 215, 229, 231235, 241243, 247, 250, 251, 303306, 349, 447, 467, 500.

-, forgery of, 257.

- See Age; Civil law; Confessor; English; Illegitimacy; Incompatible; Irregularity; Marriage; Religious; Resignation; Tonsure.

Disputations, public, on the word of God, 206.

-, - See Theology.

Distributions, daily, 357 et passim.

-, -, of religious, 404, 455, 523.

Divine offices, minor canon obliged to be present at, 478.

-, refusal of friars to be present at, being papal chaplains, 444, 508.

-, in a monastic church, 519.

- See Oratories.

Divorce. See Marriage.

Dormitory, 374.

Double feasts, 213.

Dower, causes about, 44, 94, 353.

-, -, appeal to the pope in, 52.

Ducats, gold, 283, 286, 295, 479.

Duel, papal interference with, 93.

E

Earthquake, injury to a cathedral church by, 410.

East, evil to the, on account of the French war, 95, 119.

-, miserable state of Christians in the, 141.

- See Crusade.

Echevins of Bruges, 99, 121.

Edward III, and the pope, ambassadors and envoys between. See Urban V; Gregory XI.

-, -, -, arrest of, 125.

-, chaplains of, 31, 201.

-, councillors of. See Buckingham; Wykeham (William de); Wykes.

-, envoy of, to treat for Concordat at Bruges, 112.

-, exchequer (camera) of, 119, 120.

-, collations to nominees of, 87.

-, graces for clerks of, 3, 5, 14, 62, 71, 72, 164.

-, graces for clerks of queen and children of, 14, 57.

-, grants and refusals of marriage dispensations for children of, 13, 14, 19, 29.

-, justiciars of, 123.

-, letters patent of, against the Companies in France, 14.

-, members of the household of, 201.

-, officers of, 26, 119.

-, secret seal of, 3.

-, secretaries of. See Dighton; Wykeham (William de).

-, treasurers of. See Barnet; Scrope.

-, victories of, 96.

- See Arbitration; Gregory XI; Presentations; Urban V. See also I.P.P.

Edward, prince of Wales and Aquitaine, and the pope, ambassadors and envoys between. See Urban V.

-, -, and the Companies in France, 14, 16, 20.

-, -, chancellors of. See Aquitaine.

-, -, confirmation by Urban V of Innocent VI's marriage dispensation for, 29.

-, -, secretary of. See Vere.

-, -, special affection of for St. Albans, 293.

-, - See Urban V. See also I.P.P.

Eggs. See Confessor; Milk-meats.

Elections, confirmation of, 34, 35, 63, 223, 400, 518.

-, -, ipso facto, 66, 83.

-, disputed, 422, 423, 524, 525.

-, form of, per viam compromissi, 222.

-, freedom of, 518, 520.

-, interference with by visitor, 80.

-, invalid, 521.

-, -, annulled, 336, 342, 401.

-, of popes, 1, 2, 92, 228, 245, 258.

- See Abbots; Bishops; Conclave; Consistory.

Ember seasons, ordinations at, 213.

Enclosed religious, 38, 352.

-, indults to enter houses of, 182, 394, 397.

England, clergy of, contempt by for papal censures, 136.

-, -, not desolated by war, 116.

-, -, wealth of, 106.

-, council of, 279, 281, 288, 289, 299, 303.

-, laws of, 140.

-, proctors of Florentine merchants in. See Catini; Francisci; Marci. See also Merchants.

-, protomartyr of. See St. Alban.

-, St. Augustine's mission to, 213.

-, scant obedience of to the Roman church, 311.

-, schismatics in, 258.

- and Wales, Hospitallers of, 4, 7, 13, 15, 51, 131, 195, 417, 424, 426, 459. See Hospitallers.

-, -, prior of. See Hales.

-, -, proctors of, 140, 141.

- See Boniface IX; Cardinals; Collectors; Foreign; Foreigners; Gregory XI; Harvest; Hospitallers; Legates; Nuncios; Provisions; Roman church; Spaniards; Subsidy; Tenths; Urban V; Wills. See also I.P.P.

English, abettors of the Visconti, 78, 84.

-, arrest of, in Italy, 28.

English in France, capture and ransom of clergy by, 21, 22, 55.

-, capture of castles by, 131, 254, 256.

-, -, of churches by, 131.

-, destruction of chapels by, 242, 252, 254.

-, - of churches by, 251, 252.

-, plunder of a chapel by, 252.

-, - of churches by, 251, 252.

-, clergy, beneficed abroad, 68, 167, 300. See Blak; Irish; Welsh.

-, -, captive in France, 127, 396.

-, -, captive in Provence, 135.

-, in Italy, capture of, 111, 143.

-, -, dispensations for illegitimate sons of, 191, 194, 210, 227.

-, - See Beaumont; Beltoft; Brise; Bristou; Hawkwood; Martedonis; Puer; Suyler; Thornbury; Velys. See also Urban V; Gregory XI.

- merchants at Bruges, chapel founded by, 374.

- money, exchange value of. See Florins.

- officers of the curia, benefices held by, 386. See Auditors.

- students at Paris. See Friars Preachers.

- woman, married to a Frenchman, 353.

- and Englishmen. See Aquitaine; Boniface IX; Brittany; Cardinals; Castles; Cloth; Companies; Court; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; German; Gregory XI; Monks; Notaries; Provisions; Ships; Subsidy; Urban V; Welsh; Writers.

Episcopal insignia and vestments. See Insignia; Mitres; Pastoral staves; Rings; Sandals; Vestments.

- office, functions pertaining to, 251. See also Bishops; Constitutions.

Equitature , 118, 127, 203.

Erections, priory into abbey, 405.

-, parish into collegiate churches, 192, 462, 505.

Escheats, belonging to foreign religious houses, 439.

Espousals, 166. See also Marriage.

-, of minors, 396.

Esquire, literate, 218.

Esquires, Hospitallers, 111.

Eucharist, Lollard doctrine about, 515.

-, sacrament of. See Sacraments.

Examination, for benefices, 42, 50, 56, 58, 71 73, 79, 82, 86, 87, 89, 193, 212, 226, 241, 325, 327, 337, 341, 344, 346, 380, 417, 428, 434, 468, 475, 476, 505. See Latin.

-, for the office of notary. See Notaries.

Exchange, clauses about, in dispensations to hold incompatible benefices, 194 et passim. See Incompatible benefices.

-, -, dispensation in modification of, 248.

-, faculties and licences to resign benefices for purpose of, without requiring papal licence, 377, 378, 395, 450, 451, 477.

-, -, without requiring licence of ordinary, 394.

-, faculties and mandates to receive resignations, simple or for purpose of, 235, 240, 241, 306, 383, 384.

-, not to be made without leave of a creditor, 478.

-, of benefices by authority of the ordinary, 30, 31, 33, 61, 72, 73, 162, 186 188, 193, 348, 355, 400, 421, 505.

-, under dispensations for religious to hold secular benefices, 324, 454, 523, 524, 534.

-, under dispensations on account of illegitimacy, 61, 211, 225, 328, 341, 342, 347, 368, 426, 432, 438.

-, of moneys, arrangement between merchants and the camera about, 280.

- See Cardinals; Resignation.

Exchequer, royal, 119, 120.

Excommunication, 3, 27, 35, 43, 71, 81, 85, 101103, 107, 111, 117, 245, 246, 248, 249, 254, 292, 295, 369, 409, 432, 454, 455, 500, 518, 525.

-, ad cautelam absolution from, 43, 75, 455.

-, faculties to absolve from, 234, 303.

-, faculties to communicate with persons under, 233.

-, for receiving benefices when excommunicate, or from excommunicated persons, 232, 233, 235.

-, greater, 231.

-, -, for bloodshed, 364.

-, imprisonment on account of, 388.

-, indult of exemption from, 306.

-, irremoveable except in the hour of death, 112, 206, 219, 504.

-, of a bishop, by metropolitan, 448.

-, -, for illicitly receiving consecration, 538.

-, of the Companies in France, 103, 254.

-, procedure by, 157, 257, 267, 271, 463.

-, royal marriage forbidden under pain of, 19.

- See Irregularity; Procurations; Violence.

Execrabilis , John XXII's constitution against plurality. See Plurality; Reservation.

Executors, English, of papal mandate relating to foreign affairs, 354.

-, foreign, of papal mandates, etc. relating to England, 34, 35, 44, 46, 73, 8183, 91, 102, 168, 173, 178, 187, 188, 196, 197, 247, 254256, 263, 269, 271, 297, 306, 315, 317, 325, 329331, 335339, 343 346, 349, 351, 353, 354, 358, 369, 370, 378, 381, 383386, 389, 400, 402, 410, 413429, 431, 436, 445, 448, 453, 458, 463, 467, 469476, 478, 481, 482, 502, 504, 505, 510, 513, 514, 517, 526, 527, 529, 531, 532, 536, 537, 540, 541.

-, -, -, relating to Scotland, 68.

-, papal, choice of former collector in England as, on account of local knowledge, 405.

-, -, omission of personal name of, 375, 408, 462, 465.

- of wills. See Wills.

Exemplifications of letters. See Letters; Registers.

Exemption, from episcopal jurisdiction, of a religious, 523.

-, -, of a secular, 403.

-, from metropolitical visitation, of a bishop, 212.

-, -, -, forged, 464.

- See Cess; Constitutions; Excommunication; Interdict; Monks; Procurations; Religious; Religious houses; Suspension; Tithes.

Exorcisms, 515.

Expectants, doubtful utility of papal reservations on account of the excessive number of, 164, 178, 181, 199, 227, 346.

Expectations, churches overburdened with grants of, 17.

-, forged letters of, 257.

- See Provisions.

Extreme Unction, sacrament of, 387.

F

Faculties. See Apostate monks; Bishops; Cambridge; Collectors; Confirmation; Exchange; Excommunication; Nonresidence; Nuncios; Oaths; Orders; Theology; Tonsure; Wills.

Farm, of benefices during non-residence, 395, 406, 433, 453, 526, 527, 535. See Non-residence.

-, of churches and possessions of colleges, 49, 333.

-, of rents, etc. of religious houses, 328, 501.

- See Religious houses; Scotland.

Farms, assigned to cathedral canons, 224.

Fasting. See Confessor.

Fealty. See Oaths of fealty.

Feasts

All Saints, 132 et passim.

Annunciation, 393 et passim.

Assumption, ibid.

Corpus Christi, 165, 392.

Exaltation of Holy Cross, 139, 372 et passim.

Holy Trinity, 394 et passim.

Invention of Holy Cross, 189 et passim.

Nativity of St. Mary the Virgin, 393 et passim.

Purification, 134 et passim.

See Servile work. See also under Saints.

-, double, 213.

Fee, lay, benefice in, 476.

Fine, of absentee canons, 66.

-, of ecclesiastic by secular courts, 435.

-, of exempt religious by bishop, 452.

- See Bishops.

Fire, damage to collegiate and parish churches by, 214, 372.

-, damage to religious houses by, 33, 182, 208, 244, 438.

First year fruits, 6, 7, 156, 244, 257, 267, 358, 518.

Fish, portion of, for a religious, 374.

- See Flesh-meat; Milk-meats.

Fisheries, 211.

Flanders. See Collectors; Crusade; Nuncios. See also I.P.P.

- marriage. See Edward III.

Flesh-meat, guests of religious obliged to eat, on account of lack of fish, 501.

-, licence for religious to eat on lawful days, 501.

-, -, at a nuncio's table, 171.

-, portion of, for a religious, 374.

- See Confessor; Mendicant friars.

Floods, damage to parish church by, 54.

-, damage to religious houses by, 33, 66, 79, 179, 396, 438.

-, inaccessibility of parish churches on account of, 77, 89, 392.

-, inaccessibility of religious house on account of, 499.

Florence, Friars Preachers of, 59, 83.

- See Florins; Priors. See also I.P.P.

Florentines, excommunicated, authority for nuncio to have dealings with, 233.

-, papal treaty of peace with, 262.

-, students, 59, 83.

-, war of against Gregory XI, 158. See also Urban V.

Florins, gold, 10, 264, 267, 268, 279, 281, 291, 383, 451.

-, -, of Florence, 6, 7, 10, 18, 21, 22, 28, 67, 99102, 104, 106, 109, 112, 117, 154, 158, 159, 168, 173, 178, 183, 187, 188, 196, 197, 205, 209, 227, 230, 255, 263, 315, 336, 384, 385, 403, 408, 410, 448, 453, 509.

-, -, of the papal camera, 61, 109, 112, 151, 188, 184, 202, 203, 219, 229, 230, 254, 261, 262, 268, 270, 271, 274, 279, 280, 282, 286, 292, 293, 295298, 313, 369, 504.

-, -, -, exchange value of in English marks, 276, 386, 411, 451.

Fontevrault, English houses of the order of, 400, 539.

Foreigners, in English benefices, 62, 68, 97, 123, 190.

-, in Scots benefices, 72.

-, monks in alien priories, 114, 239, 537.

-, students in England, 37, 59, 88, 161, 166.

-, -, See Friars Minors; Friars Preachers.

- See Cardinals; Executors; French; German; Merchants.

Forgery, in a marriage case, 71.

- See Dispensations; Exemption; Expectations; Letters; Visitations.

Fornication. See Incest.

Fortification of churches, 432.

Forum , ecclesiastical, causes belonging to the, 522.

Foundations, princely, 174, 353.

-, royal, 236, 293, 376, 519.

- See Augustinian; Cambridge; Chantries; Chapels; College chapels Collegiate churches; Parish churches; Poor hospitals; Poor scholars; Religious houses; Richard II; St. Clare.

France, Arundel's expedition to, 393.

-, English administrator of the Urbanist portion of a bishopric in, 539.

-, papal subsidy in, 106, 111, 116, 218.

-, Schismatics in, 391, 412, 421. See also Schismatics.

- See Appeals; Boniface IX; Clement VII; English; Gregory XI; Nuncios; Urban V. See also I.P.P.

Francs, gold, 28, 100, 310.

Fraud. See Wills.

French, monks in an alien house, dissolute life of, 537. See also Foreigners.

- invaders, ravage of the south of England by, 396.

- subject, seizure of benefices of, 92.

- wars, decay of an alien house on account of, 537.

- wars, fear of French students to go to England on account of, 220, 239.

- wars, religious house injured by, 240.

- wars. See East.

- See Schismatics.

Friars Minors

archbishop, 242.

bishops, 336, 342, 351, 383, 421, 479.

chapter-general of, 61, 162, 256.

English, 29, 30, 40, 174, 263, 267, 275, 276, 279, 280, 283, 286, 288, 290, 291, 296, 297, 299302, 308311, 315, 316, 323, 324, 362, 404, 454, 528.

-, chapter-provincial of, 61.

-, minister-provincial of, 38, 508.

See Tyssington.

-, province of, 200.

- and foreign, missionaries, 29, 30, 138, 431.

- students, 40, 61, 68.

Irish. See Ocolman.

-, prior-provincial of, 75, 186.

-, student, 206.

Scots, student. See Rossy.

-, vicar-general of, See Rossy.

foreign, 40, 61, 254.

-, students, 36, 60, 61, 161, 162, 200, 239.

in the Holy Land, minister-provincial of. See Senis.

building of oratory by, in opposition to vicar, 404.

cesses or pensions from, to bishop and cathedral vicars, 64.

church or oratory for, 186.

contest with Friars Preachers, about burial right, 442.

defence of, by secular power against ecclesiastical power, 404.

encroachment of one house upon the bounds of another, in collecting alms, 517.

houses of, in England, 64, 297, 442, 516.

-, -, foundation of, 517.

-, in Ireland, 471.

illicit resort of to Rome, in order to obtain papal chaplaincies, 508.

a leper, 454.

See Confessions; Mendicant; Theology. See also I.P.P.

Friars Preachers

bishops, 194, 382 (corrigenda), 480, 539.

chapter-general of, 166, 220.

English, 7, 46, 96, 269, 273, 275, 277, 280, 282286, 288, 292, 297, 298, 300 302, 308, 309, 312, 313, 315, 352, 362, 380, 444, 528.

-, students, 194, 378.

-, prior-provincial of, 378.

Irish, 161.

foreign, 60, 198.

-, students, 59, 60, 83, 166, 198, 200, 220.

Augustinian nuns under the institutes and care of the order of, 501, 517.

houses of, in England, 40, 46, 315, 352, 442, 450, 453.

-, in Ireland, 161.

penury of a cell of, 352.

provision for, from alms of their houses, 444.

Use of, 508.

See Confessions; Florence; Friars Minors; Mendicant. See also I.P.P.

Fruits, medii temporis, 157, 289.

-, of an alien house, difficulty of collecting on account of the French wars, 240.

-, of a parish church converted to its uses, 426.

-, of a parish church, episcopal division of, 225.

- See First year fruits; Reservation Sequestration.

Funeral dues and oblations, 225, 324, 371 437, 462.

Funeral expenses of clergy, 108.

Funerals, of parishioners in a religious house scandals attending, 371.

- See Burial.

G

Galleys for the return of Gregory XI to Rome, 139.

Gascony, nuncios to. See Nuncios.

German, arrest of in France on suspicion of being English, 125.

Gilbertine brother, 310.

- canons., 273, 279, 291293, 296, 299, 303305, 312, 362, 414, 452, 528, 529.

- nun, 418. See also Apostate.

- priors, 69, 182, 273, 453, 487, 496.

- houses, 35, 65, 69, 124, 182, 273, 279, 291293, 296, 299, 303305, 310, 312, 330, 338, 345, 349, 362, 414, 431, 438, 452, 453, 487, 488, 496, 526, 528, 529, 543.

- house, fall of the church of, 435.

- See Sempringham.

Gild, chantry of a, 498.

-, chapel of a, 411.

-, hospital founded by a, 91.

Glebe, purchase of a, 167.

Gold and silver, papal collector forbidden to export without licence, 289.

-, yearly ounce of, from a religious house to the apostolic see, 294.

Grammar, study of at Wykeham's college, 387, 391, 422, 437.

Granges, 66, 211, 256, 439, 440.

Grass, tithes of, 40.

Greece, projected crusade to, 140142.

Greeks, 304.

Green Squire, 98.

Gregory XI, ambassadors of Edward III to. See Burton (William de); Gilbert; Loudham; Shepey; Ughtred.

-, brothers of. See Beaufort.

-, efforts for peace or truce between England and France, 9298, 102, 107, 108, 111, 113119, 125, 126, 131, 133 135, 137139, 142, 144146, 170, 202, 218, 227.

-, -, failure of, 123, 128.

-, efforts for the crusade, 94, 95, 138 142.

-, election of, 92.

-, envoys and ambassadors to, from Joan, princess of Wales. See Robert (Master).

-, -, from the English Company in Italy. See Briche; Murles; Prohins; Siena (William, bishop of).

-, envoys and ambassadors from, in connection with the Concordat and the Peace. See Aigrefeuille (Aymar de); L'Estrange; Skirlawe; Turenne (William, viscount of); Veyraco (Bertrand de). See also Nuncios.

-, -, to England. See Aubevyle; Venthodoro. See also Nuncios.

-, -, to John of Gaunt. See Chavanhaco; Ebrardi; Jaf; Reveillon.

-, -, to Lewis, duke of Anjou. See Reveillon.

-, -, to the English Company in Italy. See Canis; Murles; Roche (Hugh de la); Siena (William, bishop of).

-, envoys of. See Affion; Leyt; Rozolo.

-, father of. See Beaufort.

-, firmness and severity of, 121, 128, 146.

-, intercession by, in behalf of cardinals and their benefices, 105, 116, 123, 128, 130, 143.

-, -, in behalf of churches, etc, 114, 119, 120.

-, -, in behalf of the Hospitallers of England, 131, 140.

-, -, in behalf of hostages, 99, 129, 134.

-, -, in behalf of prisoners, 96, 116, 129, 135, 136, 144146.

-, -, in behalf of the queen of Scots, 94, 99, 104, 120.

-, -, in behalf of merchants, 114, 115.

-, -, in behalf of a Scot, 129.

-, intervention of, in a duel, 93.

-, irony of, 94.

-, kinsmen of. See Bellafayda; Cardinals (John de Cros, bishop of Palestrina); Pestello (Guy de, knight).

-, nephews of. See Apchier; Roche.

-, nepotism of, 133, 144.

-, petitions to, from Charles V, 139.

-, -, -, on behalf of Scots, 135, 146, 161, 164, 173, 205, 215.

-, -, from Edward III, 117, 161, 201.

-, -, from Robert II, 125, 146, 161, 164, 173, 226, 236.

-, -, from the king of Navarre, 177.

-, -, from the king of Portugal, 162.

-, -, from the queen of Scots, 161.

-, -, from the John of Gaunt, 139.

-, -, from Scots bishops, 167.

-, proposed return to Rome of, 137, 139, 140.

-, request for the surrender of an English clerk imprisoned in France, 127.

-, secret signet of, 93.

-, threat against Edward III, 92.

-, uncle of. See Cardinals (Hugh Roger, priest of St. Laurence's in Damaso).

- See Camera; Legates; Nuncios; Registers; Robert II; Secretaries; Serjeants-at-arms; Treasurers; Vicarsgeneral. See also I.P.P.

H

Halls. See Cambridge; Oxford.

Harvest, delay of burials during, 166.

- in England, destruction of by invaders, 396.

- in Italy, destruction of in the papal wars, 121, 146, 268.

-, unusually small, 208.

- See Corn.

Hay, tithes of, 40.

Hereditary benefice. See Comorbanship.

Heresy. See Inquisitors; Lollards.

Hermitage, 431.

High-roads, 340, 365, 368.

Holy Land, fruits of benefices of Schismatics granted in aid of, 304.

-, missionaries to, 29, 30, 138.

- See Crusade; Holy Sepulchre; Saracens.

Holy Oil. See Archdeacons; Chrism; Oil.

Holy Orders. See Civil law; Orders.

Holy Sepulchre, commutation of vow of pilgrimage to, 389.

-, pilgrims to, 13, 30.

- See Non-residence; Pilgrimage.

Holy Thursday, papal excommunications on, 234.

Homage and oath of fealty, exaction of by prince Edward in the Limousin, 15, 20.

-, confiscation on pretext of defect of, 136.

- See Archbishops; Bishops: Castellans; Religious.

Homicide, 423.

-, dispensation for a bishop on account of, 325.

-, dispensation for a priest on account of, to minister in minor orders, 58.

-, of a priest, excommunication for, 42.

Horses, 93.

Hospitality, to missionaries, 106.

- See Collegiate churches; Hospitals; Religious houses.

Hospitallers, arrest of in Dauphiny, 125.

-, chapter-general of, at Avignon, 131, 140, 142.

-, -, at Carpentras, 15, 51.

-, -, at Montpellier, 8.

-, papal constitution against plurality in the order of, 140.

-, entry into the order of, 238.

-, exemption of, from papal tenth, 294.

-, houses and preceptories of, 7, 13, 15, 51, 52, 111, 142, 195. See also Avalterre; Ireland; Scotland.

-, lieutenant of the master of. See Hrdia.

-, marshal of, 15.

-, master and convent of, 7, 13.

-, -, arrest of money pensions due from England to, 140142.

-, of England and Ireland, mandate to summon a chapter of, 111.

-, priors and priories of. See Aquitaine; England; Ireland.

-, projected crusade of, to Greece, 140 142.

-, proposed reform of the order of, in England, Ireland, Scotland, etc. 105, 121, 122.

-, treasurer of. See Sancto Trudone.

- See Aquitaine; Bordeaux; England; Gregory XI; Ireland; Italy; Rhodes; Scotland. See also I.P.P.

Hospitals, foreign, granted to an English mercenary, 124.

-, neglect of charity in, 12.

- See Augustinian; Indulgences; Lazar-houses; Poor hospitals; Trinitarian.

Hostages. See Gregory XI; Urban V.

Household, of a duke, 396.

-, of Richard II, 397, 412.

-, of Urban V. See Aigrefeuille; Bongeti; Haya; Molineux; Sancto Exuperio.

-, of Boniface IX, 287, 301. See also Dolbeara; Fraunceys.

-, papal, master of. See Roche (Hugh de la).

-, -, members of, 102, 113, 124, 126, 127, 143, 183, 262, 275, 309, 312, 536.

-, -, -, appointment of, 269.

-, -, -, non-resident, 346.

-, -, -, first fruits and common and minute services due to, 291, 518.

-, -, -, rights of, in regard to expectations of prebends, 346.

-, -, -, reservation clause about benefices held by, in papal provisions, 78 et passim.

- See Bishops; Cardinals; Nuncios.

Houses, 225, 256, 291, 358.

-, burning of, in Italy, 121.

-, of study (studia). See Theology.

Hundred, 440.

I

Illegitimacy, dispensations on account of

(1) for simple bastards

(a) for seculars, 30, 31, 39, 40, 48, 61, 64, 78, 84, 163, 164, 166, 169, 174, 176, 180, 181, 189, 192, 194, 197, 198, 209212, 215217, 225, 227, 238, 242, 314, 323, 327, 328, 331 334, 341, 342, 355, 366, 387, 390, 391, 395, 404, 405, 426, 429, 436 439, 445, 447, 473475, 477, 499, 506, 508, 509.

(b) for regulars, 37, 206, 238, 242, 393, 434.

Faculties to grant, 53 (corrigenda), 57, 87, 107, 171, 191, 200, 210, 231, 232, 242, 243, 247, 251, 447, 464, 467.

(2) for adulterine children

(a) for seculars, 78, 191, 347, 348, 456.

(b) for regulars, 61, 62, 161.

Faculties to grant, 57, 87, 170, 171, 191, 200, 210, 242.

(3) for sons (and daughters) of clergy

(a) for seculars, 32, 38, 49, 63, 74, 77, 162, 166, 215, 252, 333, 340, 346, 347, 353, 365, 367, 370, 373, 377, 381, 392, 403, 404, 417, 420, 432, 436, 438, 443, 447, 471, 509, 529, 530, 540, 541, 546.

(b) for regulars, 31, 42, 68, 342, 434, 524.

Faculties to grant, 53 (corrigenda), 57 (corrigenda), 87, 170, 171, 191, 200, 210, 231, 232, 242.

Illegitimacy, grant not to mention in future graces, 192 et passim.

- See Bishops; Deacons; English; Incest; Monks; Nuns; Priests; Religious; Subdeacons; Thonsure; Voidance.

Imprisonment, procedure by, 259, 267, 284, 309.

- of clergy, 58, 80, 116, 127, 364, 388, 523.

- See Gregory XI; Ransom.

Inalienability, of gifts to a parish church, 350.

- See Alienations.

Incense, blessing of, 515.

Inception in theology, 52.

Incest [i.e. fornication] by an apostate nun, 69.

- [i.e. fornication with wife's kinswomen before marriage], penance for, 199.

-, persons born of, excluded from dispensations on account of illegitimacy, 210.

Incompatible benefices, dispensations to hold and exchange, 32, 71, 72, 173, 175, 178180, 183, 194, 199, 201, 238, 244, 248, 255, 256, 340, 341, 345, 350354, 356, 357, 363, 364, 368, 370373, 375 379, 392, 394396, 398, 399, 408, 412, 419, 427, 447, 451, 452, 459, 464466, 471, 474, 500, 506512, 531, 532, 541, 543546.

- See Resignation.

Indiction, 521, 533, 534.

Inductions, interference with an archdeacon's right to make, 91.

Indulgences

against the Companies in France, 20.

at mass, etc. 165, 171, 231, 340.

for alms to bridges, 48, 249, 351, 399, 406.

for visits and alms

-, to cathedral churches, 79, 85, 169, 244, 433, 500, 506, 508.

-, -, to chapels in, 178, 507.

- to cemetery chapels, 168, 357, 443, 544.

-, to chantry altar, 454.

-, to college chapels, 198, 199, 397.

-, to collegiate churches, 31, 39, 49, 61, 62, 396, 545.

-, to hospitals, 392, 407.

-, -, to altar in, 450.

-, -, to chapels of, 36, 174, 238, 252, 393, 397, 398, 455, 456, 466.

-, to parish churches, 30, 33, 39 42, 49, 54, 61, 67, 75, 77, 163, 168, 175 177, 253, 324, 340, 348, 356, 372378, 392, 393, 396, 398, 406, 407, 411, 412, 433, 442, 443, 450, 451, 454456, 466, 500, 508, 512.

-, -, to chapels in, 38, 48, 55, 7678, 168, 177, 373, 397, 411, 433, 456.

-, -, to altars in, 372, 407, 450.

-, to parochial chapels, 36, 4749, 77, 172, 177, 189, 324, 348, 353, 356, 371, 373, 394, 399, 406, 407, 411, 442, 452, 455, 456, 463, 507, 510, 544, 545.

-, -, to altar in, 450.

-, to oratory in, 394.

-, to religious houses, 50, 179, 356, 357, 507.

-, -, to churches and chapels of, 33, 38, 41, 56, 67, 163, 165, 182, 189, 199, 205, 236, 237, 349, 373, 374, 378, 393, 397399, 407, 433, 442, 443, 448, 450, 454, 455, 464, 507, 511, 512.

-, -, -, to altars in, 407, 450, 453, 511.

-, to a shrine, 507.

-, to foreign chapels and churches, 242, 251, 252.

-, annulled by unexpired indulgences, 169 et passim.

-, plenary, faculty to grant, 191, 233.

-, See Confessor; Councils; Crusade; Crusaders; Jubilee; Portiuncula.

Indults. See Abbots; Altar linen; Altars; Archbishops; Archdeacons; Canon law; Civil law; Excommunication; Interdict; Legacies; Mass; Nonresidence; Religious; Religious houses; Suspension; Visitation.

Infidels, 138, 304.

-, of Corsica, missionaries to, 106.

- See Friars Minors.

Inheritance causes, 44, 84, 86.

-, theft of documents concerning, 393.

Inn, belonging to a foreign religious house, 439.

Inquisitors of heresy, excommunication by, 234.

-, extortion of money by, 231.

-, money accounts of, 267.

Insignia , episcopal, indults for abbots, etc. to wear, 48, 182, 236, 411.

Institution, benefice held without, 475.

-, chapel not requiring, 500.

-, upon lay presentation, 192, 200, 426.

-, -, confirmation of, 224.

-, upon religious presentation, confirmations of, 33, 56, 78, 85, 186, 222, 519, 524, 543.

-, upon royal presentation, 162.

-, -, confirmations of, 165, 178.

Interdict, absolution for ministering in places under, 231.

-, against Lollards, 516.

-, indult of exemption from, 306.

-, royal marriage forbidden under pain of, 19.

- See Bishops; Mass; Religious.

Intestates, 51.

Intimidation, 44, 51, 84. See Violence.

Intrusion in opposition to papal provision, excommunication for, 369.

-, into an abbey, 246.

-, with support of king Richard, 475, 479.

-, See Cardinals.

Invasion of England, 396.

Ireland, Cistercian order in, 40. See also Cistercian.

-, crusade subsidy in, 284.

-, defence of ecclesiastical liberties in, 206.

-, Friars Minors of, 75, 186.

-, Hospitallers of, 4, 15, 52, 339. See also Hospitallers.

-, -, houses of, 15, 52, 86, 454.

-, -, money due from, 141.

-, -, prior of, 111. See Tany.

-, lieutenant of. See Windesore.

-, religious houses of, in need of reform, 251, 289.

-, Schism in, 245, 246, 258, 340.

-, vineyards in, 87.

-, wars in, 190, 341.

-, See Cluniac; Collectors; Premonstratensian; Provisions; Subsidy; Tenths. See also I.P.P.

Irish bishopric, provision of, to an Englishman, 539.

- ecclesiastic, beneficed in England, 472, 473.

- monks abroad, 308, 414, 522.

-, prince, 488.

- students, 185, 206, 403, 413, 471, 478 476, 513, 546.

-, See Apostolic see.

Irregularity, contracted by bishops for nonpayment of services, 292.

-, contracted by celebrating mass etc. when suspended for blessing second marriages, 171.

-, contracted by issuing verbal sentences of excommunication, 171.

-, contracted by religious, when under sentences for leaving their houses, 328, 534.

-, -, by illicitly celebrating mass etc. 422, 423, 523, 524.

-, contracted when excommunicate for ministering when not ordained, 233.

-, contracted when excommunicate for promotion to orders per saltum, 234.

-, contracted when under sentences for non-payment of papal subsidy, 218.

-, -, of papal tenth, 295.

-, contracted when under sentences for receiving orders and benefices and ministering when excommunicate, 171, 191, 210, 435.

-, contracted when under sentences for receiving, when excommunicate, orders and benefices from excommunicated bishops etc. 231, 234.

-, dispensation on account of, 2, 3, 5, 87, 229, 232, 233, 235, 240, 244, 303, 304, 355, 394, 500.

- See Rehabilitations; Religious.

Italy, arrest of merchants of, 10.

-, communes of. See Florence; Perugia; Pisa.

-, English Company in, 264. See Companies; English.

-, Hospitallers of, 7, 13.

-, papal cities of, 264.

- See Collectors; Gregory XI; Legates; Nuncios; Roman church; Urban V; Urban VI; Vicars; Vicarsgeneral.

J

Jerusalem, See Holy Sepulchre.

Jewels, gift of, to a parish church, 350.

-, of deceased ecclesiastics, reservation of, 151.

-, plunder of, from a religious house, 43.

Jews, usury due to, 8, 9.

Jubilee, indulgence of, without going to Rome, 323326, 379, 380.

-, -, pilgrimage to Rome to gain, 328.

Judges, absolution from sentences of deceased, 171.

Jurats . See Bordeaux.

Jurisdiction, legatine, of archbishop, exercised in contempt of appeals to the pope, 448.

- See Archdeacons; Exemption; Forum.

K

Kindred, prohibited degrees of. See Marriage.

Knights Hospitallers, 111.

L

Lacticinia . See Milk-meats.

Lambs, tithes of, 90, 225.

Lame, pilgrimages of the, 38.

Lances in Italy [mounted units of from three to six men], 123, 129, 136, 264, 266.

Lapse of benefices. See Councils.

Lateran councils. See Councils.

Latin, examination in, 173175, 178, 180, 181, 186, 188, 194, 196, 199, 222, 334, 337, 338, 363, 400402, 413416, 421, 424 426, 458, 461, 472, 513, 520, 522, 525, 529531, 536, 540, 541.

-, - See Examination.

Lay brothers, 396. See also Cistercian; Gilbertine.

Lay fee, benefice in, 476.

Laymen, literate, 360, 361, 488. See Esquire.

Lazar-houses in England, 57, 90, 408, 419, 448.

- in Ireland, 345.

Lazarites, master-general of, 84.

Lectors See Religious houses; Theology.

Lecturing. See Sentences; Theology.

Legacies and offerings, indults for colleges to receive, 391.

-, for servants, 453.

Legates in Hungary (Boniface IX), 315.

- in Italy (Urban V). See Albornoz; Roche.

- in Italy (Gregory XI). See Cardinals (Robert of Geneva, priest of the Twelve Apostles).

- for the Crusade (Urban V). See Constantinople (Peter, patriarch of).

- of Boniface IX, 536.

- a latere, immemorial absence of from England, 102.

-, absolution by, 389.

-, benediction not to be given by abbots, etc. in the presence of, 182, 236, 411, 453, 457.

- See Archbishops; Constitutions.

Legatus natus , title of the archbishop of Canterbury, 448.

Legitimacy causes, 51, 84.

Legitimation of children. See Marriage.

Lent. See Milk-meats.

Lepers, 252, 454.

- See Lazar-houses.

Letters, episcopal, erasure in, 583.

-, -, exemplifications of, 214, 215, 217, 225, 247, 430, 506, 519, 521, 524, 532, 533

Letters, papal, annulment of, 264, 266.

-, -, -, when not drawn up, etc. 189, 351, 538.

-, -, arrest of bearer of, 124.

-, -, confirmation of, 294, 516.

-, -, -, when not drawn up, 189, 377.

-, -, contempt of, 46, 65, 364.

-, -, decay of, through age, 210, 516, 518, 520, 522.

-, -, exclusion of from England, 107, 127.

-, -, -, by clergy, 117, 124.

-, -, exemplifications and annotations of, 40, 164, 176, 180, 210, 218, 219, 229, 501, 512, 516518.

-, -, -, not from the register but from the original, 516.

-, -, forgery of, 257, 464.

-, -, -, alleged, 182.

-, -, non-execution of, 273.

-, -, publication of, 107, 277, 460.

-, -, -, forbidden in England without consent of king or council, 289.

-, -, special mention of, to be made in later letters, 57, 62, 63, 306, 501.

-, -, surreptitious or doubtful, 78, 223, 409.

-, -, unexpedited, etc. by reason of the pope's death, 33, 35, 88, 162.

Letters, paper, 132.

- patent, royal, confirmation and exemplification of, 33, 247, 430.

- See Abbreviators; Chancery; Conservatory; Credence; Edward III; Littere; Nuncios; Registers; Writers.

Letters, study of, 192, 193, 466, 467. See Non-residence.

Liberties, ecclesiastical, defence of, 129.

-, -, See Brittany; Concordat; Ireland.

Licence. See Appropriations; Civil law; Milk-meats; Religious houses; Theology.

Lights, church, dues for maintenance of, 21.

Literate. See Laymen.

Litigation, 199.

-, cost of, 69, 269, 270, 500.

- See Apostolic see; Archbishop; Archbishops; Bishops; Cardinals; Provisions; Religious; Royal; Tithes; Wills.

Littere contradicte , readers of. See Moubray; Piperno.

Loans, from the pope, remission of, 151.

-, inhibition to collectors to make, 151.

- See Bishops; Camera.

Loaves, black, 374.

Logic, study of, 64.

Lollards, articles of and mandate against, 515, 516.

M

Magister hospitii , Robert called, 505.

Mandates, papal. See Executors.

Manors, 66, 208, 217, 218, 327, 358, 410, 439, 440, 455, 522.

- See Richard II.

Manses, 33, 35, 455.

Marks, English, exchange value of. See Florins.

Marks, of pope and cardinals, 210.

Marriage, causes at the apostolic see, 4446, 70, 71, 250.

-, contracted in the hope of more easily obtaining licence to remain in, than of obtaining dispensation to contract, 413.

-, contracted notwithstanding impediment of kindred or affinity, faculties to dispense to remain in, 87, 104, 171, 176, 247, 250, 251.

-, contracted under a dispensation on account of impediment of third degree, validity of, notwithstanding impediment of fourth degree, 29, 391, 392.

-, contracted without banns, dispensation to remain in, 63, 195, 372.

- dispensation, alms to be given in event of grant of, 67.

-, -, precedent set by a former pope about an omission in, 183.

- dispensations, faculty to grant, in going to and from nuncinture, 234.

-, dispensations to contract, notwithstanding impediments of

Adultery, 545.

Affinity (4th degree), 39, 48, 53, 211, 222, 223.

- (3rd degree), 78, 247.

- (2nd degree), 341.

-, illegitimate (4th and 3rd and 4th degrees), 39, 59, 199.

-, -, (3rd and 2nd and 3rd degrees), 87, 199.

Kindred (4th and 4th and 3rd degrees), 50, 53, 56, 67, 84, 85, 161, 166, 341, 396.

- (3rd degree), 447, 451.

- spiritual [i.e. arising from baptism], 255.

-, dispensations to remain in or recontract, notwithstanding impediments of

Adultery, 545.

Affinity (4th or 3rd and 4th degrees), 186, 195, 432.

- (3rd degree), 200, 201, 393, 442, 464, 465, 499.

-, illegitimate (4th or 3rd and 4th degrees), 42.

-, -, (3rd degree), 37, 203, 441.

Espousals, 58, 74.

Kindred (4th or 3rd and 4th degrees), 29, 49, 183, 191, 375, 412, 413, 432.

- (3rd degree), 372, 432.

- spiritual [i.e. arising from baptism], 340, 341, 348, 353, 545.

Religion, 367.

- dispensations, faculties to grant, notwithstanding impediment of kindred or affinity, 171, 191, 200, 205, 210, 241, 243, 247, 250.

-, -, -, notwithstanding impediment of quasi-affinity, 241.

-, -, forged, 257.

-, illicit, alleged verbal consent of pope to, 545.

-, -, divorce of by the ordinary, 45, 46, 413.

-, -, temporary separation in cases of, 183 et passim.

-, in a parochial chapel, 536.

-, in a private chapel, 372.

-, separation, 70.

-, See Abduction; Dower; Edward III; Edward, prince; Excommunication; Interdict; Irregularity; Minors; Voidance.

Marsh, 431.

Marshal, papal. See Aigrefeuille.

Mass and other divine offices, by an English priest in an English chapel abroad, 374.

-, for founders and kin, 520, 521.

-, in chapels (college), 36, 37, 41, 58 387, 422, 437.

-, -, (manorial), 455.

-, -, (parochial), 75, 77, 86, 89, 214, 350, 368, 376, 439, 536.

-, -, (private), 396.

-, in oratory of poor hospital, 363.

-, in places under interdict, faculty to grant indult to have, 305.

-, -, indults for clergy to celebrate or have celebrated, 57, 60, 67, 76, 82, 83, 171, 205, 211, 216, 230, 376, 497, 498.

-, -, indults for lay persons to have celebrated, 47, 53, 57, 59, 60, 62, 76, 83, 216, 221, 227, 498.

-, before daybreak, faculty to grant indult to have, 305.

-, -, indults for clergy to celebrate or have celebrated, 47, 57, 60, 67, 76, 171, 205, 216, 498, 499.

-, -, indults for lay persons to have celebrated, 47, 5356, 59, 62, 83, 221, 227, 498, 499.

-, endowment of, 446, 519.

-, sermons at, 165, 171.

-, See Abbots; Dead; Music; Royal family; St. Andrew.

Master of the schools (scolasticus), 481.

Matins, benediction after. See Abbots.

Mayors

(Berwick), 325.

(Bordeaux). See Rous.

Medicine, bachelors of, 331, 405.

-, See Cambridge.

Mendicant friars, exemption of, from papal subsidy, 274, 288.

-, licence for, to eat flesh-meat on lawful days, 36.

-, orders. See Cambridge; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; Oxford; St. Clare.

Mens , abbatial, grant of pension from, 247.

-, -, liable to episcopal sequestration, 452.

-, -, pretended appropriation to, 175.

-, archiepiscopal, assignment to the camera of fruits of void, 25, 26.

-, capitular, appropriations to, 365, 520, 521.

-, -, values of, 519, 520.

-, episcopal, administration of, 589.

-, -, -, without mandate, 538.

-, -, assignment of manors to, 327, 423.

-, -, canonry and prebend united to, 463.

-, -, neglect of, 291.

-, -, rights, etc. of, 43, 256, 391.

-, -, serfs of, 398.

-, -, slenderness of spiritualities of, 463.

-, -, temporalities of, in the hands of the king, 463.

-, -, value of, 410.

-, general revocation of non-executed appropriations to, 175, 180.

-, void, reservation of fruits of, 152, 153, 157.

-, See Appropriations; Conservatory.

Mercenaries, English, papal debts and pensions to, 158, 159, 266, 269, 270.

-, See Companies; English; Italy; Lances.

Merchants and their agents, proctors or factors. See Alberti; Cristofori; Guardis; Guinisiis; Interminellis. See also Bishops; England; Gregory XI; Roman court.

Mero motu . See Motu proprio.

Metropolitan, chapel of, 226.

-, rights of, in regard to the consecration of bishops, 84 et passim. See Bishops, consecration of.

Metropolitical visitations. See Constitutions.

Miches, black loaves called, 371.

Milk-meats (lacticinia) and eggs, licence to eat in Lent instead of fish, 31.

-, See Confessor.

Milk, tithes of, 90.

Mills, 90, 211, 256.

Minever, 397.

Minor c n os. See Canons; Cardinal; Divine offices.

-, orders. See Homicide; Orders.

Minoresses. See St. Clare.

Minors, marriage of, 44, 74, 396.

Mint, Italian, 264.

Minuta servitia . See Cardinals; Household; Services.

Miracles, 38, 39, 49, 67, 165, 253, 379, 454.

See Cross; Saints.

Missionaries. See Books; Friars Minors; Infidels; Money; Monks.

Mitres, blessing of, 515.

-, indults for abbots and priors to wear, 48, 182, 236, 411.

-, reservation of, 151.

Money, exportation of, without royal licence, 120, 289.

-, for missionaries, 106.

-, See Cumera; Collectors; Ducats; Florins; Francs; Gold; Nobles; Parisis; Roman money; Silver; Sterlings; Tournois.

Monks, college of. See Oxford (Canterbury Hall).

-, dispensations for sons of, 170. See Priests (religious).

-, missionaries, 106.

-, seizure of bequest made to, before profession, 80, 81.

-, See Apostate; Benedictine; Carthusian; Cistercian; Cluniac; Religious; Religious houses.

Mortuaries (spolia) of deceased prelates, 151, 289. See Scotland.

Mortuary dues. See Funeral dues.

Motu proprio appropriations, 441, 463, 507.

-, collations, 353.

-, -, to cardinals, 385, 459, 460, 479, 480, 513, 536.

confirmation, 410.

-, dispensations, 350, 351, 373, 399, 447, 502.

-, grants and donations, 439441.

-, indults, 323, 331.

-, privileges, 294.

-, provisions, 531.

-, -, to cardinals, 128, 343, 384, 385, 482, 536.

-, reservations, 383.

-, -, to cardinals, 504.

Moveables of clergy. See Mortuaries; Scotland; Wills.

Muniments, 43, 525.

Murder, 230. See Homicide; Pilgrims; Robbers.

Music, divine offices with, 519.

-, mass with, 430.

Mutilation, 18, 230, 274, 423, 463. See Violence.

N

Nativitas Cristi, altar called, 450.

Naves of churches, appropriations for the repair of, 88, 410.

Necromancy, 515.

Nepotism, of bishop, 369, 403, 422.

-, See Gregory XI.

Nobility. See Birth; Scotland.

Nobles, gold, 29.

Non-residence, indults of, 33, 395, 464.

-, -, for residence in a cloister or other honest place, 535.

-, -, for service of the pope, 411.

-, -, for study in lawful faculties, 233.

-, -, for study of canon law, 165, 166, 184, 195.

-, -, for study of civil law, 173, 182, 193, 195, 198, 216, 223.

-, -, for study of letters, 185, 527.

-, -, for study of letters, or service of spiritual or temporal lords, or residence in Roman court or in any benefice, etc. 305, 306, 317, 323, 329331, 357, 858, 406, 433, 453, 478, 502, 526, 527, 534, 535, 537.

-, -, for visit to the Holy Sepulchre, 331.

-, of canons, cathedral statutes against, 66.

-, of prelates, papal mandate against, 110.

-, of vicars, legatine statutes about, 511.

- See Bishops; Residence.

Normans, poor hospital of St. Paul of the, 525.

- See William I.

Notaries, papal. See Auximo; Francisc i (Bartholomew); Sancta Gemma.

-, -, (English). See Moubray; Stratton.

Notaries public, grant of the office, and reception of the oath of fealty of, 53, 87, 104, 107, 229, 234, 318322, 357361, 502, 503, 511.

-, oath before, 478.

papal and imperial, 521, 533, 534.

- See Collectors.

Novices. See Profession.

Nuncios, papal

to Almain (Boniface IX), 300.

to Aquitaine (Boniface IX.) See Bose.

to Aragon (Urban V), 21, 53.

to Brittany (Bouiface IX.) See Gilbert (279).

to Castile (Urban V), 21, 53.

to Edward, prince of Wales (Urban V), 21. See also Fairlox; Florence; Lebrehon; Sancta Gemma.

to England (Innocent VI), 42.

-, (Urban V.) See Barroso; Brintone; Cardinals (John de Dormans priest of Sancti Quatuor Coronati; Simon Langham, bishop of Palestrina), Lebrehon.

-, -, on affairs of the camera. See Rothonis.

-, (Gregory XI.). See Cardinals (Simon Langham, bishop of Palestrina; John de Dormans, priest of Sancti Quatuor Coronati; Pileus de Prata, bishop of Tusculum); L'Estrange.

-, (Boniface IX.) See Bosc; Cathaneis; Nonantola; Novaria; Volterra.

-, (Clement VII.) See Cardinals (Guy de Maillesec, priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem); Luna (257n).

to Flanders, etc. (Gregory XI, for the Concordat). See Conques (Raymund, abbot of); Munionis; Folcaut; Sinigaglia.

-, (Clement VII.) See Luna (257n).

to France (Innocent VI), 42.

-, (Gregory XI.) See L'Estrange; Munionis; Turenne (William, viscount of).

-, (Boniface IX.) See Bosc (302).

-, (Clement VII.) See Cardinals (John de Cros, bishop of Palestrina); Luna.

to Gascony (Gregory XI.) See Chevalier; Salignac.

to Hungary (Urban VI), 263, 264.

to Ireland (Clement VII.) See Cardinals (Guy de Maillesec, priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem); Luna (257n).

to Italy (Urban V.) See Albornoz; Roche.

-, (Gregory XI.) See Lzat.

to Lombardy and Tuscany (Urban VI), 263.

to Navarre (Urban V), 21, 53.

to Portugal (Urban V), 21.

to Scotland (Clement VII.) See Cardinals (Guy de Maillesec, priest of St. Cross in Jerusalem); Luna (257n).

to Sicily. See Reveillon.

of Gregory XI. See Arezzo (bishop of).

of Urban VI in behalf of John of Gaunt, 271.

-, court of, 230.

-, defence of, 107, 109, 171.

-, defence of persons going to or from, 230.

-, dispensation by, 474.

-, duplicate letters from, 146.

-, envoy of, 296. See Nigel.

-, exclusion of from England, 127.

-, and collectors, faculties and powers for, 101104, 107109, 111, 112, 134, 154, 155, 160, 161, 169171, 176, 177, 191, 200, 202, 203, 205, 210, 218, 219, 227236, 240242, 281, 288, 289, 296, 299, 303306. See also Collectors.

-, frequency of reports of, 119.

-, hinderers of mission of, 230, 231.

-, households of, 107, 109, 169171, 191, 203, 233, 234, 236, 295, 296.

-, mandates to clergy to receive benignly, 296, 302.

-, payment of expenses of, by papal collectors, 279, 280, 295, 298, 300.

-, -, -, in case of refusal by clergy to pay, 281.

-, See Benediction; Camera; Collectors; Dysse; Procurations; Visitations.

Nuns, apostate, cohabitation of with a layman, 69.

-, blessing of, 182, 183, 453.

-, dispensation for sons of, 170.

-, See Apostate; Augustinian; Benedictine; Enclosed religious; Gilbertine; St. Clare.

O

Oaths, faculties, etc. to relax, 27, 66, 71, 85, 90, 107, 170, 202, 228, 232, 364, 430, 477, 478.

-, of religion, relaxation of, 367.

-, of fealty, etc. See Abbots; Alienations; Aquitaine; Archbishops; Bishops; Camera; Castellans; Coadjutors; Collectors; Homage; Notaries; Rectors; Vows.

Obits, 430, 521.

Oblations, 81, 225, 271, 272, 323, 325, 389, 391, 404, 432, 457, 462, 544.

Obligationes of bishops for their servitia, 291, 292, 295, 297, 298.

Office of the dead, 223.

Office without cure (simplex officium), 196.

Offices, divine. See Mass.

Offices, in cathedral and collegiate churches, 157, et passim.

Officials, bishops, 45, 75, 81, 534. See Archbishop; Arches; Roman church; and under names of sees in I.P.P.

Oil, blessing of, 515.

-, for the sick, power to cause to be made by any bishop, 251.

-, See Archdeacons; Chrism.

Oratories, consecration of, 186, 404.

-, divine offices, etc. in, 404.

-, foundation of, 394.

-, gifts to, 350.

-, See Friars Minors; Mass.

Orders, deacon's, priest's, bishop's, faculty to receive on one day, 187.

-, holy, faculties to confer, 233, 251.

-, irregularly received from excommunicated bishops or from other bishops without exeat, 231, 234.

-, minor and holy, indult to receive from any catholic bishop, 391.

-, minor, indult to confer, 253.

-, -, -, on religious, 431, 453.

-, -, dispensation for a rector to remain in, 466, 467.

-, subdeacon's, dispensations for holders of sacerdotal benefices to remain in, 192, 193, 233.

-, See Acolytes; Age; Homicide; Illegitimacy; Irregularity; Schismatics.

Ordination, pecuniary obligation arising out of presentation for, 463.

-, per saltum, 234.

Ornaments, church, burning of, 208.

-, -, indults for abbots, etc. to bless and consecrate, 432, 433, 453, 457, 501.

-, -, oblations for repair of, 544.

-, -, plunder of, in France, 251, 252.

-, -, -, in England, 375.

-, -, exempt from reservation, 108.

-, See Chalices.

Orphans, maintenance of, 87, 393.

Outlawry of an ecclesiastic, 435.

Oxen, 93.

Oxford, chancellor of, election ipso facto confirmed, 66, 83.

-, envoy of the university of, to Urban V. See Sumpter.

-, papal abrogation of statute against religious at, 213.

-, papal suspension of statutes against the mendicant orders at, 52.

-, privileges of the mastership of theology at, 61.

-, regent masters of, 52, 53, 66, 83.

-, statutes concerning lecturing on the Sentences and concerning degrees in theology at, 52, 53.

-, students at, 36, 37, 40, 57, 60, 61, 68, 196, 198, 206, 239, 356, 378, 403, 413, 438, 445, 466, 471, 473, 474.

-, See Arts; Canon law; Civil law; College chapels; Sentences; Theology; Urban V. See also I.P.P.

P

Palaces, episcopal. See Bishops.

-, royal. See Westminster.

Pallium , despatch of, 48, 57, 221, 372, 543.

Paper letters, 132.

Paris, privileges of the mastership of theology at. 61, 200.

-, responsions in theology at, 216.

-, students at, 36, 59, 61, 68, 73, 83, 161, 162, 164, 173, 188, 194, 197, 206, 216, 237, 238.

-, See Preaching. See also I.P.P.

Parish churches, alms for. See Indulgences.

-, belonging to foreign religious houses, 440, 441.

-, burials in, 340, 390.

-, clauses saving the rights and portions of, 41, 50, 58, 90, 324, 374, 455.

-, consolidation of, 349.

-, inaccessibility of, through distance, weather, etc. 77, 89, 166, 214, 421, 439, 536.

-, poorly endowed, 372.

-, refusal of parishioners to attend, 75.

-, See Appropriations; Chapels; Choir; Churches; Collegiate churches; Institution; Provisions; Voidance.

Parishioners, neglect of cure of souls of, 408.

-, poverty of, 375.

-, suit of, against rector, 75.

-, See Chapels; Pasturage; Residence.

Parisis , deniers, 151.

Parliament. See Bishops; Castellans.

Parson (persona) of a cathedral chantry, 313.

Pastoral staves, indults for abbots, etc. to use, 182, 411.

-, blessing of, 515.

-, reservation of, 151.

Pasturage in parish meadows, right of, 70.

Pasturages, 256, 396.

Patens, indults for abbots, etc. to bless and consecrate, 453, 457, 501.

Patent, letters. See Edward III; Letters.

Pater Noster , 340.

Patrimony, division of, 436.

-, of deceased ecclesiasiastics, 108.

-, of St. Peter, 266, 295.

Patronage, belonging to laymen, 34, 83, 84, 91, 192, 193, 195, 226, 334, 431 (corrigenda), 462, 476, 530, 537.

-, -, grants of to religious for purpose of appropriation, papal confirmations of, 88, 179, 184, 214, 243, 390, 517, 519, 520.

-, belonging to religious, 32, 33, 78, 85, 88, 205, 208, 217, 225, 236, 237, 334, 376, 390, 396, 406, 423, 430, 435, 438, 446, 452, 517, 519, 521, 523, 524, 532.

-, -, foreign, 56, 439441.

-, belonging to secular clergy, 79, 89, 90, 193, 376, 410, 507, 533.

-, licences for exchange of, 334, 376.

-, purchase of, 167.

-, royal, 86, 514, 519.

-, -, grants of to religious houses, 217, 218, 225, 436.

-, See Concordat.

Patrons, consent of to appropriations, 519.

-, consent of to collations made by papal authority, 306.

- See Institution.

Peace, between Florence and the pope. See Florentines.

-, between France and England, penalties against hinderers of, 108, 119, 170, 202.

-, -, the question of appeals from Aquitaine an obstacle to, 135.

-, -, See Brtigny; Clement VII; Gregory XI; Truce; Urban V.

Pedages, exemption of a religious house from, 501.

Ponance, for an unfulfilled vow, 389.

-, imposed on a religious, 523.

-, public, 102, 103.

-, sacrament of, 387. See Constitutions.

Penitentiaries, episcopal, 243, 244. See Bishops (confessors of).

-, of a religious house, 254.

-, papal, 244, 247, 538. See also Brintone; Lebrehon.

-, -, admission of religious to choir, chapter and commons, notwithstanding appointment as, 404.

- See Confessions.

Penitentiary, papal, proctors of letters of the, 414.

Pensions, 66, 90, 190, 223, 247, 274, 440, 465, 505, 506.

-, See Cess; Friars Minors; Hospitallers; Mercenaries; Scotland.

Perjury, 70, 292.

Personatus in cathedral and collegiate churches, 157 et passim.

Persone of a cathedral church, 338. See also Parson.

Pestilences, delay of burials during, 166.

-, impoverishment of parish churches, etc. by, 163, 226, 349.

-, impoverishment of religious houses by, 32, 208, 390, 406, 521, 533.

-, in Scotland, 56.

-, lack of priests in religious houses on account of, 32, 37, 39, 41, 47, 56, 91, 191, 366.

-, two visitations of, 91.

Peter's pence, special exaction of, 257.

Petitions, errors in, 188, 240, 410. See also Dispensations; Provisions.

-, register of, 410.

-, to Innocent VI, 32.

- See Boniface IX; Clement VII; Gregory XI; Urban V; Urban VI.

Petitorio , causes in, at the apostolic see, 270, 458.

Philosophy, faculty of, 52, 200.

-, students of, 198, 438.

Physicians, 37.

Pilgrimage, vows of, 104, 176, 185, 323, 325, 389, 432.

-, See Holy Sepulchre; Santiago.

Pilgrims, confessors of, 13.

-, news of the Saracens brought by, 138.

-, slayers and depredators of, 231.

-, staves of, blessing of, 515.

-, to Canterbury, 36.

- See Jubilee; Romipete.

Pious places, bequests to, 71.

-, uses, bequests to by ecclesiastics, 453.

Pittance, 374.

Plague. See Pestilences.

Plenary remission and indulgence. See Confessor; Crusade; Crusaders.

Plurality, Urban V's constitution against, 12, 25, 62, 140.

-, -, deprivation, etc. for evading, 68, 72.

-, deprivation on account of, 57, 62, 63, 72.

- See Reservation (Execrabilis).

Poland, collectors in. See Collectors.

Poor, bequests to, 71.

Poor hospitals, 36, 61, 211, 350, 393, 398, 438, 446, 455, 456, 525.

-, foundation of, by a gild, 91.

-, -, by laymen, 87, 187, 363.

-, or chapel, statutes of, 456.

-, value of, 420.

-, See Chapels; Hospitals; Indulgences; Mass; Provisions.

Poor men of the treasure of Christ and His disciples (Lollards), 515.

Poor scholars, Wykeham's colleges for (Winchester), grants to, 439441.

-, -, indulgence for, 397.

-, -, indults to, 333, 354, 355, 387, 391, 422, 437.

-, -, statutes for, 437.

-, -, values of, 439, 440.

-, -, See Clerks; Colleges.

Poor students, 166, 216.

Population, growth of in a marshy place, 431.

Portionaries called Abbatathelaswyr, in Wales, 349.

Portions, 32, 68, 69, 81, 180, 223, 249, 328, 368, 377, 446, 546.

-, called Claswriaiethe, in Wales, 349.

- See Parish churches; Vicars.

Portiuncula , indulgence of the, 349, 350.

Portuguese student, 161, 162.

Possessorio , causes in, at the apostolic see, 269, 270, 405, 458.

Postulations, 225, 367, 418.

Poverty, of churches, 215.

- See Parishioners; Pestilence; Poor; Religious.

Prmunire, operation of statute of, 86, 364, 435, 479. See Boniface IX; Chancery; Secular court.

Prayers for the dead. See Dead.

Preaching, before the people, 198.

-, before the university of Paris, 164.

-, in Russia, 106.

-, in Welsh, 25.

-, of processes against Clement VII, 230, 258, 261. See Urban VI.

-, of the crusade, 267, 271.

-, See Books; Friars Minors; Infidels; Money; Monks; Sermons.

Prebends, altar, 85, 369, 409.

-, bursal, 58.

-, sacerdotal, 409.

-, See Cardinal; Collations; Provisions; Reservation.

Preceptories of religious houses. See Hospitallers; London (St. Anthony's); Rome; Scotland.

Premonstratensian abbots, 32, 243, 246, 284, 463.

-, canons, 31, 82, 265, 266, 269, 275, 280, 282, 287, 291, 304, 312, 313, 362, 424, 463, 528. See Apostate.

-, houses, in England, 31, 32, 34, 37, 45, 50, 56, 74, 80, 82, 179, 265, 266, 269, 275, 280, 284, 287, 291, 304, 312, 313, 320, 321, 330, 350, 362, 399, 404, 424, 428, 463, 477, 503, 512, 514, 520, 526 528, 540.

-, in Ireland, 246.

-, in Scotland, 187, 243.

-, in Wales, 513.

Prerogative, royal. See Regalia.

Prescriptive right to tithes, period for acquisition of, 211.

Presentations by Edward III, 123, 162, 165, 173.

- See Concordat; Institutions; Ordination; Regalia.

Priests, dispensations for sons of, 31, 38, 42, 53 (corrigenda), 63, 68, 77, 87, 162, 166, 170, 171, 191, 200, 210, 215, 242, 252, 333, 340, 342, 346, 353, 370, 373, 377, 381, 392, 403, 404, 417, 420, 432, 443, 447, 509, 530.

-, dispensations for adulterine sons of, 57 (corrigenda), 436, 438.

-, religious, dispensations for sons of, 434, 524.

-, -, dispensation for adulterine son of, 434.

Priors of the arts, of Florence, 263.

-, of Perugia, 264.

- and prioresses. See Augustinian; Benedictine; Claustral; Cluniac; Gilbertine; Mitres.

Proctors, at the apostolic see, 35, 277.

-, in suits at the apostolic see, 43, 45, 49, 270, 272, 369, 370, 389.

-, for administration and exchange of a parish church, 478.

-, of foreign religious houses, 119, 120, 405.

- See Cardinals; Chapter; Merchants; Penitentiary.

Procurations, for archbishops, 212, 442.

-, for bishops, 182.

-, for legates, nuncios, etc. 19, 21, 22, 25, 28, 102, 104, 109, 112, 132, 133, 183, 184, 202, 203, 219, 227, 229, 230, 279, 286, 289.

-, -, exactions by ordinaries under pretext of, 112, 219.

-, -, excommunication to enforce, 102, 281.

-, -, exemption of religious house from, 501.

-, -, refusal to pay, 42, 111, 112, 165, 219, 296.

- See Archdeacons; Constitutions; Nuncios.

Profession of religion, 231, 352, 367, 371, 382, 412, 500.

- See Augustinian; Carmelite; Monks; Religion.

Provincial Councils. See Councils.

Provincial, office of, 161. See Friars Minors; Friars Preachers.

Provisions

(1) by the ordinary, confirmation of of dignities, etc. 34, 58, 69, 82, 84, 164, 172, 178, 185188, 194, 196, 222, 469.

of canonries and prebends, 177, 188, 222, 226, 352, 436, 469.

of benefices with cure (parish churches, etc.), 86, 180, 181, 314, 461.

of religious houses, 184, 222, 524526.

(2) papal

of archbishoprics, 26, 32.

of bishoprics in England, 43, 83, 144, 187, 292, 369, 401.

-, in Ireland, 35, 242, 336, 342, 479, 480, 504, 521, 538, 539.

-, in Scotland, 336, 383, 538.

-, in Wales, 291, 459, 481, 539.

-, abroad, 310, 351, 382, 421, 481, 538, 539.

of dignities, etc. 33, 68, 91, 133, 144, 163, 164, 195, 255, 256, 313, 332, 367, 375, 383, 395, 399, 401, 403, 458, 460, 461, 465, 469, 471, 473, 481, 509, 531, 540, 542.

of canonries and prebends, 32, 40, 41, 47, 58, 72, 73, 78, 85, 97, 181, 211, 255, 263, 337, 338, 345, 346, 365, 369, 376, 378, 381, 383, 384, 389, 408, 418, 420, 444, 445, 457, 461, 467469, 475, 502, 505, 509.

of canonries with expectation or reservation of prebends and dignities, etc. 33, 56, 61, 63, 64, 68, 77, 78, 162, 163, 167, 172, 174, 177179, 181, 185, 187190, 193197, 199, 207, 208, 222, 223, 225227, 232, 235, 237239, 253, 324, 325, 327, 331, 335, 337341, 343346, 365, 368, 372, 375, 376, 378, 381, 384, 388, 395, 398, 401, 402, 412, 414, 417419, 424, 425, 427, 428, 445, 452, 458, 461, 467, 468, 470473, 476, 500, 505, 509, 542.

of benefices in gift of episcopal and cathedral and collegiate patrons, 31, 64, 163, 173, 175, 176, 178181, 183, 185, 187, 188, 196, 207, 211, 216, 223, 224, 244, 327, 335, 337339, 343, 344, 375, 380382, 395, 407, 408, 418, 420, 428, 445, 451, 452, 458, 467, 468, 470, 472, 475, 476. See also Reservation.

of benefices in gift of religious patrons, 57, 66, 71, 74, 166, 172, 177, 182, 188, 197199, 214, 337, 338, 363, 417, 424, 458, 459, 472. See also Reservation.

of benefices with cure (parish churches, etc.), 42, 56, 57, 67, 70, 73, 74, 78, 162, 176, 199, 213, 237, 325, 328, 332, 335, 338, 345, 366, 368370, 372, 375, 379, 384, 392, 398, 402, 412 414, 419, 421, 422, 426, 427, 433, 435, 439, 445, 446, 457, 458, 460 462, 468, 471, 472, 476, 513, 531, 532, 536, 542, 543.

of benefices without cure, 335, 377, 412.

of poor hospitals, 388, 419, 420.

of religious houses, in England, 70, 223, 254, 408.

-, in Ireland, 246, 382, 441, 521, 522.

-, in Scotland, 246.

-, abroad, 254.

Provisions, by the ordinary, opposition to, 436, 469.

Provisions, papal, arrangements between Urban V and Edward III about, 1, 5.

-, -, arrangements between Urban V and prince Edward about, 6.

-, -, errors and omissions in, 31, 32, 47, 64, 188, 213, 223, 237, 255, 409, 410.

-, -, nullification of, by later provisions, reservations, etc. 71, 176, 185, 196, 232, 235, 238, 408, 424, 425, 427, 459, 462, 467, 468, 470, 472, 473.

- and reservations, opposition to, 70, 79, 80, 91, 102, 237, 313, 325, 332, 367, 369, 370, 389, 402, 403, 422, 433, 435, 439, 446, 458, 460, 461, 468, 469, 472, 481, 542, 543. See Archbishops; Bishops; Cardinals.

Provisions and reservations, papal, useless on account of the high valuations of benefices in the Taxatio, 164, 165, 178, 181, 199, 205, 205, 207, 227.

-, made by authority of papal reservations, 57, 79, 84, 207.

-, faculties for nuncio to make and confirm, 232, 233, 235, 236, 241, 242.

-, conflicting, litigation arising from, 409, 410, 469.

-, See Aquitaine; Cardinals; Clement VII; Clerks; Collations; Concordat; Intrusion; Motu proprio; Resignation; Services; Translations.

Provisor, foreign, youth and unfitness of, 89.

Provisors, papal annulment of statutes of.

SeeBoniface IX.

Q

Questores , questuarii, etc. papal indulgences forbidden to be sent about by, 179, 189, 237, 351, 399, 406, 433, 442.

-, foreign, papal mandate in behalf of, 78.

R

Ransom, of religious, 396.

-, of David, king of Scots, 238.

-, See English.

Reconciliation of churches, etc. constitution concerning. See Constitutions.

-, See Apostate; Cemeteries; Churches.

Rectors, papal, in Italy, 23. See also Beltoft.

-, -, -, oath of fealty from, 265.

-, See Orders; Tonsure.

Referendaries, papal. See Nonantola; Monbray.

Reformation of clergy, 106. See Hospitallers.

Regalia , presentations by prerogative of, 109, 127, 201, 202, 231. See Concordat.

Regestrator , Nicholas the, 180.

Registers, of Innocent III, exemplification from, 32, 265.

-, of Honorius III, 516.

-, of Clement VI, exemplification from, 37, 50.

-, of Urban V, 180, 294.

-, of Gregory XI, 117.

-, -, exemplification from, 256.

-, of Urban VI (petitions), 410.

-, papal, correctious in, 294, 325, 331, 335, 340, 342, 353, 396, 436, 437, 447, 451, 457, 465, 471, 489, 504506, 510, 524, 531, 543545.

-, -, errors in, 32, 297.

Rehabilitations, 30, 34, 42, 48, 6163, 78, 84, 162, 175, 185, 192, 200, 209, 213, 214, 227, 231, 232, 244, 304, 355, 394, 403, 426, 474, 475, 530, 534.

-, See Irregularity; Resignation; Violence.

Relics, 47, 350. See also Saints.

Reliefs, belonging to a foreign religious house, 439.

Religion, vows of, 104, 176. See Marriage; Oaths; Profession.

Religious

burial rights of, 520.

-, in respect of parishioners, etc. 324, 371, 437, 499.

-, See Friars Minors.

contempt by, for sentences, 81, 248, 249, 409, 435.

deprivation of, by pope, 87, 371, 382, 435.

-, by the ordinary, 382, 526, 538.

-, by visitors, 80, 454.

dispensations, etc. for, to hold and ex. change secular benefices, 324, 454, 523, 524, 534.

exactions from, 208.

excesses by, 118, 229.

excommunication of, 249, 409, 422, 518.

See Excommunication.

exemption of, 66, 70, 75, 79, 182, 452, 523, See Chaplaincy; Constitutions (Volentes); Religious houses.

felonies by, 236.

fray between, 223.

grant to appeal from diocesan, 518.

homage due to, 134.

imprisonment of, 80, 523.

interdict of, 409, 454, 455, 518, 520.

irregularity contracted by, 422, 423, 500, 523, 524. See Irregularity.

opposition by, to papal provisions, 70, 79, 80, 237, 246249.

place of at table, in choir and chapter, etc. 404, 523, 524.

poverty of, 455. See Religious houses.

power for nuncio to coerce, 230.

proctor or syndic of, 525.

sacrilege by, 35, 236.

servants of, 324, 365, 374, 403, 518.

sons of, excluded from dispensations, 210. See Monks.

students, 374. See Students.

suits by, 70, 81, 225, 455.

suspension of, 249, 409, 518.

transfer of cathedral church to, 117.

transfer of, from house to house, 38, 74, 352, 522.

-, -, indults exempting from, 207, 335.

-, from order to order, 37, 38, 195, 238.

violence by, 355, 394, 430.

violence to, 35, 80, 85, 94, 208, 396, 454, 455.

visitation of. See Visitations.

Religious habit

abandonment of, 352, 521, 523. See Apostate.

colour and form of, 246, 247.

mandate to confer, 419.

Religious houses

appropriated churches, etc. of. 65, 85, 86, 236, 253, 366, 367, 371, 376, 390, 403406, 408, 430, 437, 439441, 452, 462, 500, 518, 522, 524.

-, alleged, 70, 74, 175, 462, 529, 531.

-, converted into priories, 519.

-, indults to have served by their own monks or by removeable secular priests, 366, 367, 390, 452, 519521, 523, 524, 534.

chamberlain of, 519, 525.

conventual election to, 36, 80, 223, 382, 400, 518, 520, 524, 525, 539.

deans of, 85, 412.

damage to, by fire, floods, etc. 33, 66, 75, 79, 179, 182, 208, 236, 244, 396, 435, 438, 448. See Wars.

dependent cells and priories of, 39, 66, 75, 79, 239, 247.

dilapidations of, 80, 87, 355, 371, 382, 454, 455.

donations to, 236, 243, 519.

exemption of, 66, 87, 88, 210, 211, 293, 294, 364, 440, 451, 452, 500, 501, 516 518. See Religious.

foreign, 2, 4, 5, 11, 12, 14, 16, 17, 24, 34, 55, 56, 67, 80, 85, 88, 94, 102, 114, 115, 122, 123, 127, 130, 134, 143, 144, 183, 184, 239, 240, 249, 254, 276, 278, 279, 283, 289, 294296, 298, 299, 308, 328, 383, 386, 400, 405, 406, 412, 430, 439441, 501, 522, 536, 537, 539.

foundation of, papal and royal licences for, 38, 50, 66, 91, 501, 517, 537.

founders of, 38, 49, 88, 214, 236, 293, 436, 451, 519, 537.

-, abroad, 239.

grant of lands in fee by, 247.

guest-master of, 11.

hospitality in, 208, 293, 365, 371, 390, 519.

indults for lay persons to enter, 31, 38, 56, 59, 167, 170, 182, 191, 394, 397.

infirmarian of, 525.

infirmary of, 403, 524.

lector of, 161.

miracles in, 165.

number of inmates of, 117, 118, 231, 293, 406, 436.

papal privileges to, 293, 294, 501, 517.

penitentiary of, 254.

possessions of, 66, 81, 90, 211, 217, 218, 327, 390, 396, 406, 439, 440, 501, 519, 522, 524.

poverty of, 208, 293, 390, 406, 436, 524. See Religious.

provosts of, 412.

refectory of, 524.

royal patronage of, 86, 217, 218, 225, 436, 514, 519.

secular canonries and prebends in, 174, 338, 340, 366, 505, 510.

subject to the ordinary, 408.

succentor of, 525.

transfer of, 50, 66, 517.

value of, 342, 382, 406, 423, 430, 435, 438, 446, 517, 519521, 523, 524, 526, 532, 534, 536, 537.

vespers in, 523.

Religious and religious houses. See Abbesses; Abbots; Alien; Alienations; Appropriations; Arts; Augustinian; Bogging; Benedictine; Books; Calatrava; Cambridge; Carmelites; Carthusian; Cemeteries; Cess; Chaplaincy; Choir; Cistercian; Claustral; Cluniac; Collations; Commendam; Confessor; Constitutions; Dilapidations; Distributions; Edward (prince); Enclosed; Erections; Farm; Fish; Flesh-meat; Floods; Fontevrault; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; Funerals; Gilbertine; Hospitallers; Indulgences; Monks; Nuns; Orders; Oxford; Patronage; Pedages; Penance; Penitentiary; Pestilences; Priests; Proctors; Procurations; Profession; Reservation; Richard II; Rome; St. Anthony; St. Clare; Scotland; Shoes; Temple; Tenths; Teutonic knights; Theology; Tithes; Tolls; Tonsure; Trinitarian; Vassals; Violence; Visitations; Voidance; Wars.

Rents, 35, 152, 153, 157, 240, 256, 328. See Cess.

Repair of churches, etc. 35, 39, 88, 96, 240, 323, 325, 357, 358, 389, 410, 432, 453. See Indulgences.

Reservation of benefices void

(1) in curia Romana or by death within two days journey of the Roman court, 72, 73, 97, 153, 213, 332, 335338, 341, 343, 365, 367, 368, 381, 384, 385, 401, 407, 413, 414, 418420, 427, 444, 457, 468, 472, 473, 482, 514, 536.

(2) by resignation to the pope or at the apostolic see, 70, 166, 207, 249, 383, 414, 418421, 469, 473, 502, 505, 509.

(3) by death of members of the papal court, 133, 164, 179, 255, 335, 336, 343, 384, 385, 401, 420, 444, 465, 468, 482, 509, 536.

(4) by resignation of members of the papal court, 64, 72, 89, 207, 226, 333, 334, 383, 401, 420, 469, 505.

(5) by deprivation by papal authority. 461, 468, 473, 480, 522.

(6) by deprivation ipso facto

(a) for schism, 262, 442, 443, 465, 479, 538.

(b) under the constitution Execrabilis, 57, 58, 65, 68, 71, 72, 79, 162, 163, 187, 197, 198, 200, 207, 209, 224, 248, 314, 420, 426, 446, 450, 458, 460, 461, 529, 531, 542. See Execrabilis; Plurality.

(7) by promotion, or obtaining another benefice, by papal authority, 30, 41, 68, 73, 87, 88, 144, 163, 164, 236, 254, 313, 328, 331, 332, 369, 388, 401, 409, 420, 427, 449, 467, 475, 479, 504, 521, 522, 529, 531.

Reservations, annulled, 241, 431, 465.

-, -, on the accession of a new pope, 214, 380.

-, confirmed on the accession of a new pope, 236, 334, 335, 467.

-, doubtful, 3134, 36, 56, 58, 61, 63, 64, 69, 76, 78, 79, 82, 84, 85, 162165, 167, 172175, 177, 178, 180, 181, 185 190, 194196, 198, 200, 207, 208, 212, 213, 216, 222, 224, 226, 505.

-, errors in, 63, 66, 68, 84.

-, faculty to make, 235.

-, general, 232, 236, 334, 467, 468.

-, special, 232, 234, 419.

-, -, of archbishopric, 382.

-, -, of bishoprics, 336, 342, 383, 421, 459, 479, 480, 481, 504, 538, 539.

-, -, of dignities, etc. 30, 71, 167, 313, 331, 332, 449, 465, 509, 536.

-, -, of canonries and prebends, 30, 40, 41, 72, 73, 79, 217, 256, 381, 383, 384, 444, 468, 475, 514, 531.

-, -, of benefices with cure (parish churches, etc.) 57, 68, 162, 172, 213, 368, 369, 379, 392, 402, 412, 445, 457, 467, 468, 529, 531, 532.

-, -, of first year fruits, 156, 157.

-, -, of fruits during voidance, etc. 152, 153, 157, 270.

-, -, of moveables, 108, 151154, 157, 159, 229, 280, 311.

-, -, of religious houses, 246, 382, 419, 521, 538.

-, -, of services due to the college of cardinals, 263.

-, of benefices in the gift of episcopal and cathedral and collegiate patrons, 40, 50, 56, 58, 64, 68, 77, 84, 164, 167, 169, 187, 190, 223, 224, 227, 239, 314, 339, 412, 414416, 420, 424426, 458, 469471, 513, 532, 536, 540, 541. See also Provisions.

-, -, of religious patrons, 50, 56, 59, 64, 7880, 165, 188, 207, 338, 339, 400, 412, 415, 416, 423426, 431, 470, 513, 520, 532, 540, 541. See also Provisions.

-, See Cardinals; Concordat; Expectants; Expectations; Provisions; Resignation.

Reserved cases. See Cases.

Residence, attached to dignities, 207, 464, 526.

-, danger of, through conspiracies of parishioners, 526.

-, See Non-residence; Wars.

Resignation clauses, in dispensations to hold incompatible benefices, 199 et passim. See. Incompatible benefices.

-, -, dispensation modifying, 248.

-, in rehabilitations, 30, 34, 48, 63, 162, 175, 185, 191, 200, 213, 214, 227, 403, 426, 474, 475, 530.

-, -, dispensations modifying, 84, 210.

-, in reservations, provisions, etc. 30, 41, 7174, 76, 164, 167, 173, 175, 181, 185, 188, 189, 196, 197, 199, 207, 232, 238, 328, 331, 332, 337, 339, 344, 345, 368, 372, 379, 381, 383, 388, 401, 402, 413, 414, 418, 419, 424426, 429, 458, 459, 461, 465, 470473, 475, 476, 510, 513, 531, 532, 542.

-, -, dispensations, etc. modifying, 61, 76, 79, 167, 179, 180, 189, 193, 195, 392, 412.

Resignation, during litigation, 313, 405, 430, 446.

-, -, surreptitious, 435, 436.

-, made for purpose of exchange, 31, 73, 74, 162, 180, 181, 186, 187, 222, 326, 333, 502, 505.

-, -, under dispensations on account of illegitimacy, 61 et passim. See Exchange.

-, surreptitious, 166.

-, voluntary, 58, 62, 63, 188, 207, 328, 337, 424, 429.

-, See Exchange; Voidance.

Richard II, brother of. See Holand (John de).

-, chapel of, 397.

-, chaplains and clerks of, 397, 412, 466, 506.

-, coronation day of, 430.

-, ecclesiastics in the service of, 340, 441.

-, endowment of masses by, 446.

-, enemies of (in Savoy), 440.

-, foundation of a chapel by, 376.

-, indult in favour of, 508.

-, manor of, 294.

-, members of the household of. See Clifford (Richard); Iklyngton; Macclesfeld; Maudalene.

-, obit of, 430.

-, petition of, on behalf of religious, 430. See Boniface IX; Urban VI.

-, secretary of. See Macclesfeld.

-, signet of, 294.

-, See Boniface IX; Intrusion. See also I.P.P.

Rings, indults for abbots, etc. to wear, 48, 182, 236, 411, 457.

-, of deceased ecclesiastics, reservation of, 151.

Robbers, murder by, 340.

-, spoliation of chapels in France by, 252.

Robbery, 58. See Ornaments.

Robert II, chaplains and clerks of, 236, 253.

-, clerk of the audit of, 248.

-, cousins of, 248.

-, envoys of to Gregory XI, 99.

-, illegitimate sons of. See Stewart.

-, kinsman of. See Mercer.

-, members of the household of. See Mercer; Strevelyne.

-, nephew of. See Lyndessay (James de).

-, petitions of. See Gregory XI; Clement VII.

-, secretary of. See Petit.

-, See also I.P.P.

Roman church, captain-general of, against Schismatics in Italy. See Holand (John de).

-, -, against the Visconti. See Amadeus VII.

-, defence of, 4, 7, 16, 20, 22, 23, 27, 106, 158, 218, 233, 300.

-, formal recommendation of, by new pope, 1.

-, gonfalonier of, in Italy. See Holand (John de).

-, head of all churches, 157.

-, indemnity to, from Italian cities, 264.

-, mother and mistress of the clergy of England, 302.

-, mother church of Edward III, 115.

-, negotiations for a league with England. See Boniface IX.

-, obedience to. See Aquitaine; England.

-, official of, in Piacenza. See Aretio.

-, services of a Friar Preacher to, 444.

-, See Chancery.

Roman court, bishops at, 145, 194, 216, 250.

-, -, foreign, 367, 422, 461, 479, 481.

-, clergy at, 182, 378, 422, 423, 542.

-, clergy going to and from, 196.

-, -, capture of, 116.

-, -, death of, 409.

-, -, plunder of, 9, 10.

-, mastership of theology at, 68, 194, 198, 216, 378.

-, merchants at, 261, 298. See also Alberti; Francisci.

-, -, proctors or factors of. See Meti; Monis; Vannis.

-, public excommunication in, 3.

-, Scot dwelling at, 140.

-, See Apostolic see; Auditors; Citations; Cloth; Collectors; Court; Nonresidence; Reservation; Treasurers.

Roman money, 262.

-, people, 140.

-, Use, 411, 508.

Rome. See Conclave; Gregory XI; Jubilee; Pilgrimage. See also I.P.P.

Romipete , 36.

Royal family, at mass, etc. 231.

-, and households, confessors of, 179, 185, 245, 247, 250.

-, -, See Clerks; Edward III; Richard II; Robert II.

Royal person, indult for, to visit religious houses, 397.

-, suit of at the papal see, 94.

S

Sacramentals, 403, 404.

Sacraments, 55, 75, 76, 166, 224, 387, 403, 404, 431, 455, 515, 536.

-, See Baptism; Confessions; Confessor; Eucharist; Extreme Unction; Marriage; Penance.

Sacrilege, 35, 229, 235, 236, 254. See Books; Chalices; English; Ornaments; Violence.

Sacristans, 21, 24, 33, 255, 403, 491.

Safe-conducts, 22, 51, 9295, 98, 102, 106, 123, 126, 127, 144, 148, 153, 155, 159, 160, 183, 196, 202, 203, 266, 279, 281, 307.

St. Agnes, dedication to, 537.

St. Agricolus (Agricole), dedication to. See Avignon.

St. Alban, protomartyr of England, 293. See I.P.P.

-, [of Mayence], dedication to, 536.

St. Anastasius, dedication to, 414.

St. Andochius (Andoche), dedication to, 251.

SS. Andrew and Ithamar, dedication to, 521.

St. Andrew, dedications to, 35, 286, 291, 344, 369, 373, 405, 406, 409, 420, 442, 450, 454, 456, 500, 528, 534, 545. See also I.P.P.

-, feast of, 134, 202, 244, 373, 374, 545.

-, mass of, 520.

St. Anne, dedications to, 172, 199, 350, 373, 374, 458, 536, 545.

-, feast of, 172, 199, 373, 374, 545.

St. Anthony, Augustinian preceptories of the order of, 240, 254, 419, 430, 473. See also London.

-, Augustinians of the order of, 88, 240, 254, 419, 430.

St. Aphrodisius, dedication to, 249.

St. Augustine, dedications to, 287, 365. See also Canterbury.

-, feast of, 213.

-, order of, difficulty of finding priests to join, 462.

-, -, See Augustinian.

-, rule of, 210, 291.

St. Bartholomew, dedications to, 57, 175, 278, 361, 419, 437. See also London.

-, feast of, 174.

St. Bavo (Bavon), dedication to, 12, 16, 34.

St. Benet, Benedict, dedications to, 537. See also London.

St. Bernard. See below SS. Nicholas and Bernard.

St. Blide, dedication to, 544.

St. Botulph, dedications to, 67. See also Boston; Colchester.

-, feast of, 357.

-, miracles by the intercession of, 67.

St. Brendan, Brandan, dedications to, 73, 443.

St. Bridget, dedications to, 179, 215, 529.

St. Canicus, feast of, 508.

St. Catherine, dedications to, 36, 236, 433, 452, 507, 526.

-, feast of, 374, 433.

St. Chad, dedication to. See Shrewsbury.

St. Clare, feast of, 199.

-, foundation of houses, etc. of the order of, 38, 199.

-, -, licence for, 462.

-, nuns of the order of, 31, 38, 56, 59, 91.

St. Clarus, Cleer, dedication to, 317, 323.

St. Clement, dedications to, 49, 373.

-, feast of, 373.

St. Columba, dedicatious to, 75, 186, 372.

St. Constantine, dedication to, 535.

St. Cuthbert, body of, 39, 176.

-, miracles by the intercession of, 39.

St. Cyrus. See St. Syrus.

St. David, dedications to, 350, 534. See also I.P.P.

St. Denis, dedication to, 275.

St. Dominic, dedication to, 40.

St. Dunstan, dedications to, 179, 506.

St. Edmund, dedications to, 285, 493, 496 498, 500, 510. See also I.P.P.

-, feast of, 510.

St. Edward the Confessor, dedication to, 537.

St. Ethelbert, dedication to, 373.

St. Faith, dedication to, 11, 114.

St. Fintan (Fyntan), dedication to, 529.

St. Frideswide, dedication to. See Oxford.

St. Gabriel, dedication to, 330.

St. George, Company of, 24.

-, dedications to, 356, 426, 442. See also Windsor and I.P.P.

-, feast of, 442.

St. Gillbert of Sempringham, feast of, 182.

St. Giles, dedications to, 4, 48, 206, 207, 226, 380, 488, 498, 512.

St. Gregory, dedications to, 300, 522. See also London.

SS. Gregory and Edmund, dedication to, 285.

St. Guthlac, dedication to. See Hereford.

St. Helen, dedications to, 49, 376, 407, 450, 468.

St. Ithamar. See SS. Andrew and Ithamar.

St. James, dedications to, 37, 40, 85, 214, 297, 386, 408, 466, 511, 529, 535. See also Compostells.

St. James the Greater, feast of, 189, 356, 466.

St. James the Less, feast of, 356, 500.

St. John the Evangelist, dedications to, 31, 123, 238, 310, 406, 537.

-, feast of, 31, 406.

St. John Baptist, dedications to, 25, 33, 40, 67, 275, 284, 398, 404, 407, 411, 430, 436, 446, 450, 464, 472, 533, 534, 536, See also Chester; Colchester; Dublin.

-, feast of the Beheading of, 407.

-, feast of the Nativity of, 31, 106, 201, 218, 253, 374, 398, 407, 431, 504.

St. John of Beverley, dedication to. See Beverley.

St. John (the Almoner, Baptist, Evangelist), dedications to, 31, 49, 290, 312, 439, 454456, 476, 503, 523.

-, feast of, 455.

St. John Zachary, dedication to, 338, 368.

St. Judith, dedications to. See Saltria Juet.

St. Julian, dedication to, 169.

St. Just (San Giusto), dedication) to, 5.

St. Kiaran or Kieran, Kernanus, feast of, 508.

St. Ladoca, Ladochia, Ladock, dedication to, 91, 376.

St. Lambert feast of, 276.

St. Laurence, dedications to, 81, 338, 393, 397, 412, 536.

-, feast of, 374, 393, 397, 412, 456.

St. Lazarus, dedication to, 448.

-, Order of. See Lazar-houses; Lazarites.

St. Leonard, dedications to, 47, 311, 324, 372, 373, 398, 511, 534.

-, feast of, 47, 372, 373, 398, 511.

St. Margaret, dedications to, 54, 317, 356, 373, 377, 397, 433, 462.

-, feast of, 54, 356, 373, 374, 377, 397.

-, relic of, 41.

St. Martin, dedications to, 40, 63, 73, 77, 177, 183, 239, 283, 326, 330, 333, 343, 344, 363, 368, 392, 412, 420, 493, 498. See also London.

-, feast of, 177, 350.

St. Mary, dedications to, 33 et passim. See also I.P.P.

St. Mary's Graces, dedication to. See London.

SS. Mary and Anne, dedications to, 172, 545.

SS. Mary and John, dedication to, 312.

St. Mary and the Angels, dedication to. See York.

St. Mary of the Angles, dedication to. See Assisi.

SS. Mary the Virgin and Thomas the Martyr, dedication to, 374.

St. Mary the Virgin, dedications to, 36 et passim. See also Dedications.

-, feasts of, 31 et passim. See also Feasts.

-, miracles by the intercession of, 38, 253.

St. Mary Magdalene, dedications to, 33 et passim.

-, feast of, 55 et passim.

St. Michael, dedications to, 47, 70, 166, 175, 187, 223, 274, 346, 366, 409, 450, 452, 510, 541.

-, feast of, 374, 452.

St. Mildred, dedications to, 62, 204.

St. Nicholas, dedications to, 36, 41, 45, 46, 89, 173, 340, 397, 399, 407, 494, 497, 503, 537.

-, feast of, 184, 189, 374, 397, 399, 407.

SS. Nicholas and Bernard, dedication to, 439, 441.

St. Oswald, dedication to. See Nostell.

St. Pamphilus, dedication to, 272.

St. Pancras, dedication to, 490.

St. Patrick, dedications to, 506, 529. See also Dublin and Saints in I.P.P.

-, feast of, 506.

St. Paul, dedications to, 525. See London; Rome; and below SS. Peter and Paul.

St. Paul's, London, Use of. See Use.

St. Peter, dedications to, 34, 38, 54, 67, 75, 163, 286, 313, 327, 330, 356, 390, 451, 472, 510, 533. See also Gloucester; London; York; and Saints in I.P.P.

-, feast of, 407, 451.

-, -, absolutions on, 243, 244.

-, ad Vincula, dedication to, 406.

-, -, feast of, 406, 407.

-, Chair of, feast of, 407.

SS. Peter and Paul, dedications to, 39, 86, 329, 331, 428, 456, 524, 538.

-, feast of, 243, 253, 374, 451.

St. Peter Martyr, dedication to, 453.

-, feast of, 453.

St. Philip, feast of, 500.

St. Praxed, feast of, 374.

St. Radegund, Ragunda, dedications to, 61, 77, 211, 349, 463.

St. Remigius (Remy), dedication to, 252.

St. Rogan, dedication to, 476.

St. Roger, dedication to, 399.

-, feast of, 399.

St. Romanus, Rumon, dedication to, 470.

St. Saviour, dedication to. See Bermondsey; Faversham.

St. Severinus (Seurin), dedication to, 260.

St. Silvester, dedication to. See Nonantola.

St. Stephen, dedications to, 36, 48, 91, 252, 328, 345, 397, 426, 446, 462.

-, feast of, 397.

-, relic of, 41.

St. Swithun, dedication to. See Winchester.

-, feast of the translation of, 430.

St. Syrus, Cyrus [bishop of Genoa], dedication to, 123.

St. Theobald, feast and veneration of, 356, 442.

St. Thomas the Martyr, dedications to, 48, 69, 89, 162, 338, 346, 363, 374, 392, 393, 395, 399, 407, 411, 414, 431, 434, 441, 458, 471, 525, 545.

-, feast of, 374, 392, 507.

-, feast of the translation of, 350, 411.

-, foundation by, 36.

-, mircles by the intercession of, 431.

-, shrine, etc. of, 507.

St. Vedast, dedication to, 334.

St. Vincent, dedication to, 397.

-, feast of, 397.

St. Werburg, dedication to. See Chester.

St. Wilfrid, dedication to, 35. See also Ripon.

St. Wilfrid, dedication to, 35. See also Ripon.

St. Zacharias. See St. John.

Saints. See also I.P.P. under Saints and under San Mauro et seq.

Salisbury, Use of. See Use.

Salt, blessing of, 515.

Sandals, indults for abbots, etc. to wear, 182.

Saracens, 138, 304.

Schism, abjuration of the, 303.

-, alien houses during the, 412. See Alien houses.

-, See Boniface IX; France; Ireland; Scotland; Urban VI.

Schismaties, absolution of, 303.

-, collation of benefices of deprived, 304.

-, dispensation for, to minister in holy orders, 304.

-, French religious, 328, 400, 539, 540.

-, -, dissolution of appropriations to, 441.

-, -, grant away from, of possessions in England, 440.

-, in England, Scotland, and Ireland, 258.

-, Irish, ipso jure deprivation of, 443.

-, See Cardinals; Clement VII; Crusade; French; Holy Land; Urban VI.

Scholars, 40, 191, 194, 210, 215, 233, 252, 353, 395, 456.

-, See Aquitaine; Students.

Scotland, alliance between France and, 135.

-, border of, 253.

-, burial place of kings of, 184.

-, chancellor of. See Leuchars; peblis.

-, confiscation to the crown of the property of bishops of, 167, 176, 206.

-, dialects of, Highland and Lowland, 56.

-, estates of in parliament, 167.

-, Hospitallers of, 65, 122, 131, 238.

-, -, preceptory of, farm of, 3, 4, 110, 135, 140142, 205.

-, -, proposed reform of. See Hospitallers.

-, -, yearly pension from, to the master and community, 3.

-, immediate subjection of the bishops of, 252.

-, lepers in, 252.

-, marshal of. See Keith.

-, reform of religious houses of, 251.

-, Schism in, 258, 521.

wars in, 183, 239.

-, -, decay of noblity on account of, 56.

- See Banns; Bishops; Friars Minors; Gregory XI; Hospitallers; Pestilences; Premonstratesian; Provisions; Subsidy; Tenths; Urban V. See also I.P.P.

Scots abroad, 140.

Scots bishop, made a cardinal, 250. See Cardinal priests [no title].

Scots religious houses abroad. See Ratisbon; Vienna; Wurtzburg.

Scots students, 64, 68, 73, 164, 173, 185, 188, 197, 216, 237, 238, 347, 403, 413, 433 467, 471, 474476, 546.

Scribes, 209, 217, 277.

Scutifer viridis, 28.

Seal, great, 430.

-, secret, 3.

Secretaries, royal, etc. See Chandos (Thomas de); Clisseby.

-, papal

of Gregory XI. See Auximo; Baronis; Bruni; Discur; Sancto Martino.

of Urban VI, pretended. See Cusentia.

of Boniface IX. See Bose; lanzanico.

-, of Clement VII. See Ludovici.

Secular arm, invocation of, 43, 80, 230, 231, 253, 479, 515, 516.

-, -, for exaction of money, 100, 156, 157, 229, 257, 259, 267, 271, 284, 294, 295, 307, 351.

Secular court, arrest of ecclesiastic by, 364.

-, -, at the invocation of the ordinary, 388.

-, person too powerful to be cited before, 84.

-, See Prmunire.

Sempringham, order of, privileges for mastergeneral of, 182.

-, - See Gilbertine. See also I.P.P.

sentences, lecturing on the, 37, 52, 59, 61, 83, 161, 162, 164, 166, 194, 198, 200, 216, 220, 239, 378.

- See Oxford.

Sequestration, procedure by, 18, 19, 43, 44, 65, 66, 91, 262, 270272, 403, 448, 452.

-, -, for exaction of money, 6, 7, 153, 156, 157, 218.

-, -, -, by collectors, 259, 267, 283, 294.

- See Camera.

Serfs, 396, 398.

Serjeants-at-arms, papal

of Urban V. See Dasie.

of Gregory XI. See Affion; Jaf; Turre.

of Boniface IX. See Arlam; Gray (Thomas).

Sermons. See Mass; Preaching.

Services, due from bishops, etc. on account of papal provisions, 157, 263, 267269, 282, 291293, 295297, 351, 518.

Servile work, cessation of on feast days, 213.

Ships, foreign, 10, 130.

-, -, capture of, by the English, 131.

-, for the crusade, 141.

-, papal licence to send to the East, 94.

Shoes, for religious, 519.

Sieges in France, 92. See also English; Limoges.

Signator and scribe, 277.

Signet. See Gregory XI; Richard II.

Silver, marks of pure, 522.

- See Gold.

Simony, 371, 382.

Slander, 70, 71, 81.

Spain, papal subsidy in, 106, 111, 116, 218.

Spaniards, 131.

-, ravage of the south coast of England by, 396.

Spolia . See Mortuaries.

Spoliation of clergy, etc. 75, 93, 95, 124, 326, 405, 429, 455, 522.

- See English; French wars; Religious (violence to); wars.

Statutes. See Boniface IX; Cambridge; Carlisle; Cuthedral; Chantry; Collecgiate; Oxford; Poor hospitals; Prmunire; Westminister.

Sterlings, exchange value of, 262, 279, 280, 281, 282.

Storms, damage to churches by, 41, 54, 67, 88, 438.

Students. See Arts; Augustinian; Cambridge; Canon law; Carmelite; Civil law; Florentines; Friars Minors; Friars Preachers; Irish; Non-residence; Oxford; Paris; Philosophy; Portuguese; Religious; Scholars; Scots; Sentences; Theology; University.

Studia . See Theology.

Study of letters, 192, 193, 466, 467. See also Non-residence.

- of logic, 64.

Sub-collectors to the camera , 18, 28, 72, 98, 105, 108, 150. See also Collectors.

Subdeacons, dispensations for sons of, 49, 74.

-, order of. See Civil Law; Orders.

-, violence to, 103.

Subscriptions of pope and cardinals, 210, 516.

Subsidy, charitative, for a bishop, 167.

-, -, for the pope, 272274, 276, 288, 297.

-, papal, in England, 106, 107, 111, 112, 115118, 141, 142, 151, 154, 160, 218, 288.

-, -, -, rebellion of clergy against, 123, 124, 127, 136, 155.

-, -, in Ireland, 156, 284.

-, -, in Scotland, 153, 160.

-, -, abroad, 106, 111, 115117.

-, from French clergy, for the expulsion of the English, 256.

-, commutation of papal tenths into, 101, 111, 116.

-, commutation of pilgrimage into, 389.

- See Boniface IX; Cistercian; Clement VII; Mendicant.

Suffragan bishop, 437.

Surrogation to rights in respect of benefices in litigation, 46, 190 (corriyenda), 234, 270, 325, 326, 332, 367, 400, 439, 446, 458461, 465, 479, 513, 542, 543.

Suspension, indult of exemption from, 306.

- See Bishops; Religious; Urbanists.

Swamps, 50, 353.

Swords, 35.

Syndic or proctor of religious, 525.

Synodal councils. See Councils.

T

Tallages, 240.

Tartars, 431.

Taverns, 371.

Taxatio of pope Nicholas. See Taxation.

Taxation of benefices. See Vicars (portions of).

-, of the tenth, valuation of benefices according to the, 164, 165, 178, 181, 199, 205, 207, 227, 232, 241, 257, 294.

Taxes from clergy, 208.

Temple, London, 431.

-, order of the, 297.

Temporalities, bishops, etc. 20, 97, 127.

Tenths, papal, in England, 106, 111, 116, 118, 151, 218, 294.

-, -, -, exemption of religious from, 106, 294, 501.

-, -, -, excommunication for nonpayment of, 101, 107, 117, 295.

-, -, -, placed at the disposal of the king, 294, 295.

-, -, in Ireland, 156, 157, 294, 295.

-, -, in Scotland, 101, 150.

-, -, abroad, 218.

- See Taxation.

Teutonic knights, 294.

Teutons, Company of, 29.

Theology, bachelors of, 162, 166, 216, 256, 378.

-, -, degree of, 53.

-, cathedral lectureships in, 45, 177, 190.

-, disputations in, 162, 206.

-, Franciscan studia of, 40, 61, 200.

-, lectors of, 36, 40, 161, 162, 164, 206, 207, 220, 239.

-, licentiate of, 193.

-, mastership and licence to teach in, 37, 40, 52, 60, 61, 68, 161, 162, 164, 166, 194, 198, 200, 207, 213, 216, 220, 239, 256, 378.

-, masters of, 7, 9, 25, 27, 36, 40, 60, 61, 68, 96, 125, 127, 162, 174, 177, 193, 198, 200, 207, 256, 271, 278, 283, 326, 362, 378380, 404, 413, 454, 480, 485, 492, 521, 523, 532, 539.

-, regent masters of, 52, 53, 66, 83, 190.

-, scholars of, 61, 182.

-, students of, 36, 37, 59, 60, 61, 83, 161, 162, 164, 166, 198, 200, 206, 216, 239, 256.

-, study of, at Wykeham's Oxford college, 391, 437.

- See Cambridge; Inception; Oxford; Paris.

Tides, 217, 218, 363, 533.

Tithes, 211, 256, 524.

-, causes about, 46, 51, 66, 81, 225, 462.

-, exemption of religious from, 40, 66, 90, 501.

-, licence for a layman to give, 62.

Title, to a canonry and prebend, 326, 369.

Toballie . See Altar linen.

Tolls, excessive, from clergy, 44.

-, exemption of religious from, 501.

Tombstones, sales of, 371.

Tonsure, faculties, etc. to confer, 177, 233, 242, 251.

-, -, on religious, 453.

-, dispensations on account of illegitimacy to receive, 210, 215, 334, 438, 443, 499, 530, 546.

-, illicit reception of, 473.

-, rector having only the, 466.

-, vicar having only the, 213.

Topaz, 249.

Tournament, papal prohibition of, 27.

Tournois , deniers, 21, 101, 166.

-, -, gros, 168, 173, 178, 187, 188, 196, 197, 227, 229, 230, 254, 255, 315, 336, 384, 385, 408, 410, 448, 453, 509.

-, -, petits, 179, 232, 241, 520.

Towns, abandonment of, 218.

-, belonging to a religious house, 211.

Township, 421.

Trades

draper, 484.

jeweller, 71.

Translations of bishops, 5, 6, 41, 43, 95, 96, 147, 227, 263, 268, 298, 351, 382, 459, 480, 481, 512, 535, 538, 539.

Treasurers, papal

of Gregory XI, at Avignon. See

Vernobs.

-, at Bologna. See Bonavalle.

-, at the Roman court, 151, 158.

-, in the province of Ancona, 209.

of Urban VI, 262, 267, 268.

Treaties with the pope, in Italy, 122, 130.

See Florentines; Peace; Truce.

Tribute of king John, arrears of, 16.

Trinitarian friars, houses of, 205, 253, 285.

-, hospital, 174.

Truce between France and England, 139, 145.

See also Gregory XI; Peace.

-, with the Visconti, papal negotiations for, 146, 147.

Turcopolier of Rhodes, 141.

Turks, crusade against, 304. See also Crusade.

Tuscans and Tuscauy. See I.P.P.

U

Unions of benefices. See Appropriations.

Universitas of papal territory in Italy, 267.

-, of a town in Aquitaine, 85.

University, licence for religious to go to, 352.

-, maintenance of religious students at, 251, 406.

Universities. See Arts; Cambridge; Canon law; Civil law; Florence; Medicine; Non-residence; Orleans; Oxford; Paris; Philosphy; Pisa; Salamanca; Students; Study; Theology; Toulouse.

Urban V, efforts for peace, between Castile and Aragon, 21.

-, -, between England and France, 92.

-, -, between prince Edward and the count of Foix, 22.

-, efforts for the defence of Cyprus and Rhodes, 25, 26.

-, election, etc. of, 1, 2.

-, envoys and ambassadors to, from Edward III. See Bukton; Burghersh; Carleton; Fulnetby; Lovaigne; Margarite; Stafford; Wermenhale.

-, -, from prince Edward. See Beauchamp; Bernardi; Chandos (John de, 25); Codeford; Cosyngton; Husee; Punchardon; Reveillon; Rous; Sainte-Colombe.

-, -, from Lionel, duke of Clarence. See Graneu.

-, -, from the English Company in Italy. See Woodhouse.

-, -, from the university of Oxford. See Sumpter.

-, envoys, etc. from, to Charles V. See Prohins.

-, -, to Edward III. See Arundel (Edmund); Estone; Ghent.

-, -, to Lionel, duke of Clarence. See Stratton.

-, -, to prince Edward. See Prohins; Roqueriis.

-, -, to Tours, 4.

-, father of. See Grimoard.

-, intercession by, on behalf of Benedictines in the Lunousin, 14.

-, -, on behalf of clergy of Aquitaine, 1618, 2025.

-, -, on behalf of clergy of England, 26.

-, -, on behalf of English prisoners in Italy, 28.

-, -, on behalf of French hostages, 2, 3, 5, 7, 15, 18, 20, 24, 25.

-, -, on behalf of his native country, 22.

-, -, on behalf of merchants, 29.

-, -, on behalf of nobles of the Limousin, 15, 20.

-, petitions to, from Charles V, 53, 65, 73.

-, -, from David king of Scots, 39, 53, 59, 61, 78, 82, 86.

-, -, from Edward III, 2, 13, 14, 35, 49, 50, 63, 67, 71, 72.

-, -, from John king of France, 35, 37, 38, 87.

-, -, from Margaret queen of Scots, 84.

-, -, from prince Edward, 25.

-, -, from queen Philippa, 40, 48, 57, 64, 68, 78.

-, -, from Richard II, 341.

-, -, from Scots nobles, 68.

-, -, from Scots clergy, 44.

-, -, from the university of Oxford, 83.

-, relations of, with prince Edward, 23, 27.

-, -, with English nobles, 5, 8, 9, 10, 12, 17, 19, 28.

-, -, with Florentines, 28.

-, -, with the Visconti, 17, 24.

-, See Chamberlains; Citations; Edward (prince); Household; Legates; Nuncios; Plurality; Registers; Serjeants-at-arms; Ushers; Vicars-general. See also I.P.P.

Urban VI, campaigns of in Tuscany, etc. 265, 266.

-, death of, 273, 274.

-, election, etc. of, 228, 245, 258.

-, efforts of against Schismatics, in Flanders, 284.

-, -, in Italy, 263268, 271, 273.

-, intinerary of, 268, 407.

-, petitions to, from Richard II, 269.

-, -, from John of Gaunt, 270, 271.

-, processes by, against Clement VII and Schismatics, 258262, 279, 295.

-, processes against, by Clement VII, 233, 245.

-, See Chamberlains; Court; Nuncios; Registers; Secretaries; Treasurers; Ushers. See also I.P.P.

Urbanists, excommunication, suspension, etc. of, 232235, 242, 245, 246, 253.

-, part of a French diocese held by, 539.

Use, Augustinian, 396.

-, Dominican, 508.

-, Dublin, 441.

-, Roman, 441, 508.

-, St. Paul's, 226.

-, Salisbury, 226, 396.

Ushers, papal

of Urban V. See Lucaro; Veyraco.

of Urban VI. See Angelini.

of Boniface IX. See Angelini; Cheyne.

Usury, remission of to crusaders, 8, 9.

-, recovered, applied to the defence of the Roman church, 233.

V

Vacation, lecturing in, 37.

Valuation of benefices. See Taxation.

Values of benefices, etc. See Cardinals; Mens; Poor hospitals; Religious houses.

Vas electionis . See Constitutions.

Vassals, of cathedral churches, 382, 459, 480, 481, 504, 535, 538, 539.

-, of religious houses, 382.

Veil, the sacred, dispensation to receive, 232.

Vespers, benediction after. See Abbots.

-, in a religious house, 523.

Vessels, church, blessing of, 251.

-, gold and silver, reservation of, 151.

Vestments, 249.

-, blessing of, 251, 253, 432, 433, 455, 457, 501, 515.

-, reservation of, 108, 151.

-, robbery of, 252.

-, episcopal, indults for abbots, etc. to wear, 48, 182, 236, 411.

Vicarages, belonging to foreign religious houses, 440.

-, constitutions of Otho (Otto) and Ottobon about, 213, 511.

Vicars, cathedral, 64.

-, imperial, in Italy. See Carraria; Gonzaga; Visconti (Ambrose).

-, papal, in Italy. See Este; Malatestis; Visconti (John).

Vicars, portions and stipends of from appropriated churches, 49, 65, 88, 89, 118, 172, 184, 206, 208, 209, 214, 217, 226, 237, 243, 244, 342, 390, 405, 408, 410, 423, 435, 436, 438, 441, 507, 517, 519, 524, 533, 534.

-, -, assignment of, 51, 88, 89, 175, 349, 365, 404, 408, 462.

-, -, insufficiency of, 443.

-, -, augmentation of, 81, 85, 86, 430, 436.

-, See Tonsure.

Vicars-general, of bishops, 222, 348.

-, during voidance of see, 375.

-, papal, in Italy

of Urban V. See Cardinals (Giles, bishop of Tusculum).

of Gregory XI. See Cardinals (Peter d Estaing, bishop of Ostia; William de Nouvean, deacon of St. Angelo's); Marmoutier (Gerald, abbot of).

Vineyards in Ireland, 87.

Violence, to clergy, 35, 58, 81, 82, 223, 353, 355, 363, 364, 394, 455.

-, -, faculties, etc. to absolve on account of, 58, 102, 103, 104, 191, 210, 235.

-, by clergy, 58, 223.

-, See Citations; English; Homicide; Imprisonment; Intimidation; Murder; Mutilation; Religious.

Visitationes , triennial, admonition to archbishops to pay, 262.

Visitations, diocesan, 86, 442, 457.

-, metropolitical, 45.

-, -, exemption from, 212.

-, -, -, forged, 464.

-, of alien houses by the parent house, 12, 144.

-, of benefices, indults for cardinals to make by deputy, 168, 196, 227. See also Archdeacons.

-, of religious, 80, 165, 251, 289, 454, 525.

-, of sees, indults to make by deputy, 250, 253, 442.

-, See Collectors; Constitutions; Procurations.

Voidance by death, of bishoprics, 336, 459, 480, 481, 504, 538, 539.

-, of dignities, etc. 33, 34, 58, 63, 69, 71, 82, 84, 91, 133, 164, 167, 178, 185, 194, 196, 207, 212, 343, 367, 385, 387, 417, 449, 459, 474, 475.

-, of canonries and prebends, 32, 33, 34, 72, 85, 102, 123, 162, 165, 172174, 177, 181, 188, 194, 195, 208, 213, 226, 227, 352, 369, 383, 389, 418, 420, 461, 468, 475, 476, 505, 509.

-, of benefices with cure (parish churches, etc.), 29, 42, 56, 57, 66, 67, 70, 74, 78, 79, 162, 164, 172, 175, 177, 179181, 186, 190, 191, 198, 200, 207, 213, 214, 216, 222, 224, 237, 314, 325, 332, 334, 363, 368, 380, 388, 413, 415, 422, 431, 433, 439, 457, 460, 472, 473, 530, 531, 543.

-, of religious houses, 174, 184, 246, 254, 400, 419, 518, 524, 537.

-, of right to benefices in litigation, 234, 325, 400, 403, 458, 479, 514.

Voidance, by deprivation. See Religious.

-, by marriage, 346, 421, 429.

-, by neglect to be ordained deacon, 213.

-, by neglect to be ordained priest, 34, 74, 84, 86, 175, 185, 200, 224, 407, 413, 414, 421, 422, 471473, 529, 530.

-, by neglect to obtain dispensation on account of defect of age, 62, 63, 192, 200.

-, by neglect to obtain dispensation on account of illegitimacy, 162, 209.

-, by resignation, of dignities, etc. 172, 186, 343.

-, -, of canonries and prebends, 73, 185, 226, 353, 403, 418, 469.

-, -, of benefices with cure (parish churches, etc.), 57, 64, 67, 163, 249, 332, 414, 419, 422, 426, 461, 471, 473, 529, 531, 532, 536.

-, -, -, surreptitious, 86.

-, -, of religious houses, 222, 223, 246, 374, 463.

-, by taking vow of religion, 414, 422.

-, See Reservation; Resignation.

Volentes. See Constitutions.

Vows, faculties to commute, 103, 104, 176.

- See Confessor; Continence; Oaths; Penance; Pilgrimage; Profession; Religion; Veil.

W

Wales, diocese in, containing no doctor of civil law, 192.

- See Augustinian; Benedictine; Cistercian; England; Premonstratensian; Provisions; Welsh.

Wards, maintenance of, 393.

Wars, danger of, to ecclesiastical residence, 535.

-, destruction, etc. by, of churches, 214, 334, 349.

-, -, of a hospital, 252.

-, -, of religious houses, 39, 163, 214, 236.

-, -, of towns, 334.

-, French, 127, 240, 242, 254.

-, See English; French; Ireland; Scotland.

Water, blessing of, 515.

-, -, for reconciliations. See Reconciliation.

Wax, blessing of, 515.

Welsh, clergy beneficed abroad, 187, 470.

-, examination of an Englishman in, for a see, 25.

-, See Auditors; Court; Preaching.

Westminster, statutes of against provisors, 277.

Widows, 37, 483486, 488, 490, 493, 495, 496, 519.

-, maintenance of, 393.

Wills, custom of the realm regarding, 71.

-, of clergy, 108.

-, -, faculties to make, 57, 83, 204, 377, 452, 453.

-, of bishops in Scotland. See Scotland (confiscation).

-, of a layman about his burial, 442.

-, executors of, 93, 193.

-, -, faculty for papal collector to make a composition with, 263.

-, -, fraud by, 71.

-, -, suit against, 35.

-, -, suit by, 269, 270.

- See Inheritance; Intestates.

Wine, blessing of, 515.

Winter, delay of burials in, 166, 499.

Women, lying-in, 36.

Wool, 131.

-, tithes of, 90, 225.

- See Cloth.

Writers of apostolic letters, 236. See Bothorn; Piperno; Fraunceys.

Writs, royal. See Chancery.

Y

York, appeal to the court of, 45.