1286-7, membranes 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 2, 1281-1292. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1895.

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'1286-7, membranes 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1', in Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 2, 1281-1292, (London, 1895) pp. 261-281. British History Online https://www.british-history.ac.uk/cal-pat-rolls/edw1/vol2/pp261-281 [accessed 21 April 2024]

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1286-7, membranes 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

15 EDWARD I.

MEMBRANE 15.

[The entries on this roll are "Tested" by Edmund, earl of Cornwall, the king's kinsman.]

Nov. 21. Westminster.

Letters for William de Valencia, going to the king in Gascony, nominating Henry de Eston, clerk, his attorney for one year.

The like for :—

Thomas de Moleton the younger, staying in England, nominating Richard de Deveneys and William de Lyndeseye in Ireland for one year.

Milo de Crues, staying in England, nominating Walter Hore in Ireland for one year.

Nov. 25. Westminster.

William le Vavasour, going beyond seas, nominating Walter de Sutton and Hugh de Ponte Fracto until the Ascension.

Master John de Craven, going beyond seas with A. bishop of Durham, nominating William de Wlisphire and Peter de Dun[elmia] until Michaelmas.

John Paynel, going on the king's affairs to the king in Gascony, nominating Anger de Osberneby and Stephen Sibry for one year.

Dec. 3. Westminster.

Joan de Bohun, staying in England, nominating Roger de Hamptonet and Adam Charlemeyn in Ireland until Easter.

Master Henry de Newerk, archdeacon of Richem[und], going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Gaudin de Assheby and William de Kelefold for one year.

William de Beverlaco, going to Ireland on the king's special affairs, nominating Richard de Saham and John de Beverlaco until two years after Easter.

Nov. 25. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the following going beyond seas:—

William le Vavasur until the Ascension.

Master John de Craven, going beyond seas with A. bishop of Durham, until Michaelmas.

Dec. 4. Westminster.

Master Henry de Newerk for one year.

Hamo de la Legh until a fortnight after Easter.

Richard de Waldegrave, going with Anthony, bishop of Durham, until Whitsunday.

Dec. 5. Westminster.

Letters for Hubertinus de Vento, burgess of Milan, of the society of the Beltrameni de Vento, going beyond seas, nominating Master Eliseus de Luca his attorney in England for one year.

The like for :—

John Giffard the younger, going to Gascony by the king's command, nominating William, prior of Chetwode and Nicholas de Brehull until Michaelmas.

Stephen de Malo Lacu, going to Paris for the purposes of study, nominating John de Malo Lacu and Adam de Osgoteby for three years.

Jan. 4. Westminster.

Hugh Pauntuf, going beyond seas, nominating Hugh son of William de Thoresby and John son of Hugh de Almundbyry until Michaelmas.

John de Reda, going beyond seas, nominating Stephen de Plessetis, parson of the church of Smetheleye, until Michaelmas.

Jan. 24. Westminster.

Nutus Fulbcrti, merchant of Florence, staying in England, nominating Cambinus son of Guy de Florencia, in Ireland for two years.

Bonus Albicii, merchant of Florence, going beyond seas, nominating Grisius de Florencia for one year.

Feb. 6. Westminster.

William de Hameldon, going to Ireland on the affairs of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, nominating Richard de Cristeshull and Nicholas de Hameldon for one year.

1286. Dec. 7. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the following:—

Hugh de Dunolmia, gone beyond seas with A. bishop of Durham, for one year.

Robert de Kirkeby, gone with the same.

Master Robert de Belvero, clerk, staying in Wales on the king's service, until Michaelmas.

John Giffard the younger, going to the king in Gascony, until Michaelmas.

Robert de Percy, going with the bishop of Durham, until Michaelmas.

1287. Feb. 8. Westminster.

John de Creppingg', going to Ireland, for one year.

William de Hameldon, going as above, for one year.

1286. Dec. 8. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo, for Salomon de Roff', Walter de Hopton, Richard de Boylaund, Robert Fulconis, Master Thomas de Sud[ington], and Walter de Stircheleye, justices appointed to go on a general eyre in the county of Hertford.

Dec. 21. Westminster.

Signification to G. bishop of Worcester of the royal assent to the election of Robert de Rading, monk of the house of St. Mark, Billiswik by Bristol, as master thereof, on its voidance by the cession of Thomas de Lechelade, the patronage being in the king's hands by reason of his custody of the lands late of Anselm de Gurnay, tenant in chief.

1287. Feb. 5. Westminster.

Letters for Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, staying by the king's command in Wales for the preservation of the peace there, nominating Henry de Enefeld and Andrew de Kenebauton his attorneys in England for one year.

The like for :—

Henry de Grey, going beyond seas, nominating Geoffrey de Shepeye and Thomas le Chaumberleyn until Michaelmas.

Duncan, earl of Fyfe, going to Scotland, nominating Simon de Hegham and William de Morton for one year.

Feb. 8. Westminster.

John de Crepping', going to Ireland on the affairs of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, nominating Alexander de Insula and William de Westhay for one year.

Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, going beyond seas, nominating Simon de Ludgate for one year.

Henry Expediti, merchant of Florence, going beyond seas, nominating Duracius Hubert for one year.

W. bishop of Norwich, going beyond seas, nominating Ralph de Eborace, archdeacon of Sudbury and Hugh de Cressingham for one year.

Hugh de Stretleye of Mentemor, going to Ireland, nominating Walter de Mentemor and Philip Spigurnel for one year.

Robert le Mareschal, going beyond seas, nominating John de Coleby for one year.

Master Ralph de Bohun, staying at Paris, nominating Hugh Russell for one year.

Henry, prior of St. Saviour's, Bermundeshey, going beyond seas, nominating William de Caucheys, fellow monk, and John de Purley, until one month after Easter.

John de Bohun, going beyond seas, nominating William de Shadwell and Hugh de Wyleford for one year.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the following:—

Feb. 8. Westminster.

William de Moneketon, clerk, going to Ireland on the affairs of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, for one year.
Thomas de Lauenton,

Presentation of Henry de Wheteleye, king's clerk, to the prebend, late of Nicholas de Arraz, deceased, in the church of Hasting'.

Presentation of John Bacon, clerk, to the church of Middelton, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of William de Monte Caniso of Edwardeston. By K.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the following:—

Hugh de Stretleye of Mentemor, going to Ireland with William de Beverlaco, clerk, for one year.

William Martyn, going beyond seas with Gilbert de Clare, until the Ascension.

William Bardolf, going beyond seas, until the morrow of the Ascension.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Arnald Murdack, going beyond seas with Henry de Grey, until the morrow of the Ascension.

Feb. 15. Westminster.

Letters for Arnald Murdak, nominating Robert de Harewedon his attorney until the morrow of the Ascension.

The like for:—

William Bardolf, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Kyneburle and William de Tudenham until the morrow of Ascension.

Giles de Avenebury, going beyond seas with John de Bohun, nominating William de Shadwell and William de Wyleford for one year.

March 2. Westminster.

Nicholas Fermbaud, going beyond seas to the king, nominating William de Ponte and William le Chaunceler for one year.

Denys, prior of the monastery of St. Barbe in Normandy, nominating Walter de Mesedon son of Thomelinus Anglicus, and Colinus Baldoyni in England until a year after Christmas.

March 5. Westminster.

Nicholas de Weylaund, going to Gascony, nominating Thomas de Hargham until Michaelmas.

Robert de Scales, going to Gascony, nominating Roger de Eston and Robert le Waleys until Michaelmas.

Feb. 24. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, until a year after Michaelmas, for William de Beverlaco, clerk, going to Ireland on the king's affairs.

Feb. 18. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo for Roger Brabazun and William Wyther, appointed at the request of Edmund, the king's brother, justices in eyre of the forest in the county of Lancaster, for the period since the said forest by grant of Henry III.

March 2. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Michaelmas, for Nicholas Fermbaud, clerk, going beyond seas to the king.

March 8. Westminster.

Letters for Master Roger de Lechford, going beyond seas, nominating Nicholas le Bal his attorney for one year.

MEMBRANE 14.

Commission to R. Loveday, Thomas de Bellhuse. William Muschet and John Mowyn to deliver the gaol of Cambridge of Ralph le Sumpter and Bartholomew Matleaske who were put in exigent after the last eyre for the death of three merchants unknown at Swaveshey, and have since surrendered.

The like to the same to deliver the said gaol of Adam Burs, William Barne, Henry son of John King, Geoffrey son of Robert Heylok, Is[abella] Queynterel and Richard Gold who were put in exigent as above for larcenies, and have since surrendered.

The like to R. Luveday, Thomas de Belhuse, William Muschet and John Mowyn to deliver the said gaol of Ralph le Cuhirde, who was put in exigent as above for the death of Agnes late the wife of Robert Bisshop, and has since surrendered.

Jan. 28. Westminster.

Commission to Robert Bagod to associate others with himself and enquire touching the persons who entered the chamber, in Dublin, of Richard Gwidiconis, Beudinus Banetti and Reyner Nicholai and their fellows, merchants of Lucca, and carried away 116l. arising from the new custom, in their custody.

Commission to J. de Vallibus, Peter Loreng, Edmund de Wedon and John Neyrnuit to deliver the gaol of Eylesbury of Roger Whyting, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Bucks for larcenies, and has since surrendered.

The like to Richard de Boyl[aund], Roger de Toftes, Robert de Bosco and William de Pakenham to deliver the gaol of Estderham of Walter Scarlet, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Norfolk for burglary of the house of Robert de Shipedham, chaplain, and for books carried away, and has since surrendered.

Association of Hamo de Gatton with Stephen de Penecestre, in the room of John de Cobham, to take an inquisition between Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and John de Pecham, touching certain trespasses against the said earl.

[Jan. 28. Westminster.]

The like of Elias de Sutton, in the room of John de Luvetot, in case of the latter not being able to attend, with Roger de Leyc[ester] to make an inquisition touching the advowson of the church of Woketon, between Robert de Brangweyn and Alice his wife, and Robert de Cave and Sibyl his wife, who have agreed to the same before the justices of the Bench.

MEMBRANE 13.

Jan. 20. Westminster.

Commission to William de Stirkeland and Robert le Engleys in the county of Westmoreland, to enforce the articles of the statutes made at Winchester [Statute of Winton, 13 Edward I.] for the preservation of the peace, which, as it appears by the complaint of divers persons, are not observed. This commission is issued because the justices appointed to take assizes in divers parts of the realm do not go every year as often as was ordained, whereby defaults in the execution of the statute cannot be presented. The above commissioners are to receive such presentations and otherwise attend to the execution of the said statute until the king's return or until further order is made touching the said justices, and they are to certify the king, or Edmund, earl of Cornwall, supplying his place in England, at Westminster, three weeks after Easter.

Writ to the sheriff to provide juries as required.

Like commission, with corresponding writ close to the sheriff, in the following counties:—

John de Abernoun and William Amesas in Surrey.

Fulk Baynard, William de Gynney and Thomas de Begevill in Norfolk.

Hamo de Gatton and Thomas de Marines in Kent.

John de Harington, Simon Basset and John le Fauconer in Leicester.

John le Lou, Ralph Peverel and John de Roseles in Northampton.

Theobald de Nevill and William Murdak in Rutland.

Robert de Haverington, John Byron and Robert de Holand in Lancaster.

Thomas de Neuton, Hubert de Multon and Walter de Mulcastre in Cumberland.

William Herun and Michael de Rye in Northumberland.

Giles de Menill, Thomas Tuchet, and William de Menill in Derby.

Ralph de Wybington, John de Acton and Robert de Meysy in Gloucester.

John de Pabeham and Thomas de Norwod in Bedford.

Richard de Bingham, Walter Tuke and Gerard de Hedon in Nottingham.

William de Staff[ord], John Giffard and William de Mere in Stafford.

Peter de Bosco and Richard de Havering in Dorset.

Ralph de Sancto Laudo, John Gobaud, Robert de Horbling, Thomas de Burgham, Ranulph de Rye and John Dyne in Lincoln.

Adam de Brinton, John Banastre, Gerard de Insula and Bartholomew de Erleye in Berks.

Henry de Sheldon, Thomas de Haseleye, Fulk de Lucy and Thomas de Garsale in Warwick.

John de Clift, Henry de Bruilly, Richard de Willamescote and Alan son of Roald in Oxford.

Alan le Fraunceys and Henry de Lacy in Cambridge.

William de Alba Marie, Reginald de Ferr', and Henry de Ralegh in Devon.

William de Brok and Roger de Bacheford in Middlesex.

Robert Barre, Reginald de Bello Campo and John Neirnuit in Buckingham.

John de Alet, Reginald de Bovill and John Treiagu in Cornwall.

Peter de la Stane and Peter de Escudemor in Wilts.

Simon de Wyntonia and Thomas Peverel of Berton in Southampton.

Ralph de Rastell and John de Drayton in Huntingdon.

April 24. Westminster.

William de Echingham and Hamo Boneyt in Sussex.

May 10. Westminster.

John son of Aer and William de Hodenet in Salop.

William de Rye and William le Vavasur in York.

William de Lamburn and Ralph de Boxstede in Essex.

William Ate and John son of Simon in Hertford.

[Printed in extenso in Ryley's Pleadings in Parliament, pp. 451-6.]

Feb. 14. Westminster.

Mandate to the sheriff of Sussex to cause another knight in the county to be selected as a substitute for Laurence Basset in the above commission of the peace, with William de Echingham, as it appears that the said Laurence has not sufficient lands in the said county to enable him to live in those parts during the execution of such an office.

March 8. Westminster.

The like to the sheriff of Middlesex, for a substitute for Roger de Bachewrth who is aged and sick.

The like to the sheriff of Southampton to cause a substitute in the room of Thomas Peverel of Berton, who is too infirm to serve, to be elected in his full county, with the assent of the same and with the counsel of Simon de Winton', heretofore appointed thereto.

MEMBRANE 12.

March 15. Westminster.

Mandate to Malcolm de Harle, king's clerk, keeper of the bishopric of Salisbury, to restore the temporalities thereof to Master Henry de Brantoft, dean, bishop elect.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Protection, with clause volumus, for :—

John de Vallibus, going to Gascony to the king, until Midsummer.

Robert Houel, going with the said John, until the Ascension.
Robert de Sandcroft,

The abbot of Waltham, on his way to join the king in Gascony, until the Ascension.

April 13. Westminster.

William de Stopham, going beyond seas with Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, until Whitsunday.

April 15. Westminster.

Reginald de Grey, staying in Wales on the king's service until a month after Michaelmas.

Hamo de la Legh, going beyond seas, until Holy Trinity.

March 16. Westminster.

Letters for William de Bermingham, going beyond seas, nominating Ralph de Evenfeld and Roger le Mouner his attorneys until Michaelmas.

The like for :—

Robert de Pinkeny, going to Scotland, nominating Robert de Barton, clerk, and John de Staverton until Michaelmas.

Peter de Chavent, gone to Gascony with the king, nominating Reginald Gobyun and William de Petito for one year.

Richard Fukeran, going beyond seas, nominating William de Brikevill until Michaelmas.

The abbot of Westminster, going beyond seas, nominating Alexander de Neuport and Elias de Eldinge, clerk, until Michaelmas.

Vincent, prior of St. Mary's, Teford, going beyond seas, nominating Henry de Henham, his fellow monk, and Guy de Holebeche until Michaelmas.

Reginald abbot of Waltham, on his way to join the king in Gascony, nominating brother William de Dovor and Walter de Norton until Midsummer.

March 20. Westminster.

Luke son of William, going beyond seas, nominating Laurence Duket and William son of William son of John until Michaelmas.

Gilbert parson of the church of Treenge, staying beyond seas, nominating William le Sumeter and Richard de Dagenhale for one year.

Walrand de Rocheford, going to Ireland, nominating John de Berdon for one year.

April 1. Westminster.

W. bishop of Emly, staying in England, nominating Walter Uncle and Richard de Ircestrc, in Lreland, until the Purification.

April 3. Westminster.

Richard de Ewell, going beyond seas, nominating William de Gysors until Michaelmas.

April 10. Westminster.

Hugh le Despenser, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Lughteburgh and Roger de Byterwyk until Michaelmas.

April 11. Westminster.

William de Stopham, going beyond seas, nominating Alan de Roff' until Michaelmas.

April 20. Westminster.

Walter de Windis', going beyond seas by the king's command, nominating Richard de Sutton until All Saints.

William, minister of the house of the brethren of the order of Holy Trinity, Eston, and of the house of St. Mary Magdalene, by Hertford, going beyond seas, nominating brother William de Porcestre and Richard de Chisingbyry, clerk, until Midsummer.

Thomas Wale, going beyond seas, nominating John le Marschall of Essheby and Robert Russell until Michaelmas.

Ralph de Sancto Mauro, going beyond seas, nominating Peter Child and Stephen Burell for one year.

Master Thomas de Hedon, going beyond seas, nominating John de Aymunderbury and Thomas de Shardeburgh until All Saints.

May 1. Westminster.

John de Wytham, chaplain, staying beyond seas with the king, nominating Peter de Dytton until Easter.

May 8. Westminster.

Ralph de Shepee, staying in England, nominating Robert Corby and Robert Malori, in Ireland, for two years.

William de Moneketon, going to Ireland, nominating Hugh de Moneketon and Henry de Neuburgh for one year.

April 7. Westminster.

The prior and convent of Derley, sending news by Simon de Derby, sacristan, and Robert de Melburn, canon there, of the death of Henry de Keccheleston, their abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

April 7. Westminster.

Safe-conduct until Holy Trinity for Muster William le Paneter, sending men to Gascony with a ship laden with oats.

April 18. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for:—

Hugh de Turbevill engaged by the king's command in the munition of the castle of Bere in Wales until All Saints.

Robert de Staundon, serving the office of sheriff in the county of Meroynuith in Wales, until All Saints.

William de Leyburn, engaged by the king's command in the munition of the castle of Cruk' in Wales, until All Saints.

William, minister of the house of the brethren of the order of Holy Trinity, Eston, and of their house of St. Mary Magdalene, by Hertford, going beyond seas, until Midsummer.

Safe-conduct, until St. Peter ad Vincula, for Raymond de Sancto Clemente, merchant of Gascony, trading.

Protection, with clause volumus, until a fortnight after Midsummer, for Walter de Windesore, going beyond seas by the king's command.

April 22. Westminster.

Pardon to Edmund, earl of Cornwall, the kind's kinsman, for taking, 14 Edward I., 4 stags, 12 bucks, 2 does, one sore stag (zhourum), and three sore bucks in the forests of Windesor, Bernewod, Shottovre, Whitlewod and the wood of Kuwealiz, within the bounds of the forest of Shottovre.

April 20. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo for William de Saham, Roger Loveday and John de Metingham, justices appointed to go on a general eyre in the county of Gloucester.

Protection, with clause volumus, for:—

Henry de Appelby, going beyond seas, until Michaelmas.

April 22. Westminster.

Robert Segry, staying beyond seas with the king, until Michaelmas.

Ralph Pypard, staying in England, for one year.

Master William de la Cornere, staying beyond seas with the king, until a fortnight after Midsummer.

Master Geoffrey de Haspald, staying beyond seas with the king, until Christmas.

James de Byrun, going to the Holy Land, until three years after Michaelmas.

May 1. Westminster.

John de Wytham, chaplain, staying beyond seas with the king, until Easter.

May 5. Westminster.

Henry de Lascy, earl of Lincoln, staying beyond seas with the king, until Michaelmas.

Edmund, the king's brother, staying beyond seas with the king, until Michaelmas.

Master William de Luda, dean of St. Martin's le Grand, London, staying as above until Christmas.

MEMBRANE 11.

May 6. Westminster.

Letters for Walter, prior of Lantcny by Gloucester, staying in England, nominating Geoffrey de Sevenhampton and Richard de Stokes his attorneys in Ireland.

Signification to R. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield of the royal assent to the election of William de Aslop, canon of St. Mary's, Derleye, to be abbot.

Signification to Thomas, bishop elect of Meath, of the royal assent to the election of Angelicus, canon of St. Mary's, Kenles, to be abbot.

Power to the justiciary of Ireland to restore the temporalities to the said Angelicus.

May 11. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus until Martilmas, for Hugh le Despenser, gone beyond seas to the king.

Mandate to Thomas de Normanvill, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities to the above William de Aslop, abbot elect of Derley.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Protection, with clause volumus, for : —

William de Oddingeseles, staying in Ireland, until Christmas.

May 28. Westminster.

Ralph le Botyler of Vern' [Werington], staying in Wales by the king's command, until Christmas.

June 14. Westminster.

Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, staying beyond seas with the king, for one year.

July 3. Westminster.

Simple protection for one year in Ireland, for Master John de Sancto Audomaro, canon of Lichfield, attendant on the king's service in England.

May 10. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, until the Assumption, for the merchants of Hoyland, who have a day given them, to wit, the feast of St. Peter ad Vincula, to appear before the council at Yarmouth touching divers complaints as to robberies and trespasses committed against them by the merchants of England, so that justice may be finally done on both sides.

Association of Richard de Boylaund and Walter de Stirch' with William de Saham, Roger Luveday, and John de Metingham as justices in eyre in the county of Gloucester.

April 3. Westminster.

Grant to Ela, countess of Warwick, the king's kinswoman, of 50l. yearly at the Exchequer for life in exchange for her manor of Dimmock.

May 15. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus until a month after Michaelmas, for Philip de Colevill, staying with Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, in Wales for the preservation of the peace.

May 15. Westminster.

Letters for Richard Knut, going to Scotland, nominating Ralph de Appelby and William de Bolteby his attorneys in England until Christmas.

The like for:—

William de Chambernoun, going beyond seas, nominating Walter Hay and John Gervays until Michaelmas.

Agnes de Valencia, staying in England, nominating William de Burn' and Thomas de Baunton in Ireland for two years.

Joan late the wife of John de Sutton, staying in England, nominating Ralph de Sutton and Adam de Breton for one year.

June 8. Westminster.

Elias, abbot of Deulacres, going to his Cistercian chapter, nominating Adam de Betteley, fellow monk, and Alan de Rossale until Martilmas.

June 12. Westminster.

Tedysius Malocellus of Genoa, canon of Lichfield, going beyond seas, nominating Andrew de Janua and John Oliveri of Cremona for two years.

June 28. Westminster.

Robert de Sancto Michaele, staying in the Bench at Westminster to pursue his studies, nominating Adam Cluthyn, clerk, in Ireland for one year.

June 20. Westminster.

Beatrice wife of John de Barry, staying in England, nominating Adam son of Adam le Keu and John de Sumersete in Ireland for one year.

July 2. Westminster.

Richard le Flemang, going to Ireland on the king's service, nominating Robert de Stokheye and Walter de Wyk' for one year.

May 18. Westminster.

Grant, for life, to Matthew son of John of the following manors, &c., with writ de intendendo directed to the tenants:—

Manor of Porstok.
Mandate in pursuance to Richard de Bosco; and there is a writ close.
Manor of Bansted.
Mandate in pursuance by writ close to Gregory de Rokesle.
Manor of Langeford.
The like mandate to the sheriff of Wilts.
Manors of Estwode and La Neylaunde.
The like mandate to the sheriff of Essex.
Manor of Geytington.
The like mandate to the sheriff of Northampton.
City of Winchester.
The like mandate to the sheriff of Southampton.

20l. yearly due to the Exchequer from Hugh le Despenser for the farm of Wycumb.

30l. yearly due from the abbot of Cirencestre for the farm of Cirencestre.

May 17. Westminster.

The castle and manor of Devises, rendering 40l. yearly to the Exchequer, also the county of Devon and the castle of Exeter, rendering 25l. 2s. 10d. blane, of the remainder of the farm of the county after the granting of the lands, and 100 marks of the farm for the profits of the said county, and answering for other farms and dues as other sheriffs have usually done.

May 19. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo for Hamo Box of London, attorney, appointed by Richard Guydichionis, merchant of Lucca, of the society of the Ricardi of Lucca, and himself the attorney of Matthew de Columbariis, the king's butler, to collect the king's prises of wine and gauges (prisas Regis de vinis et gaugetis) at Le Hul for the present year.

May 26. Westminster.

The sub-prior and convent of Luffeld, sending news by Richard de Sulveston, monk of Luffeld, of the cession of Adam de lleured, late prior, have letters of licence to elect.

May 17. Westminster.

Grant, for life, to Matthew son of John, knight, of the castle and manor of Devises, in like manner as Ralph de Sandwyco held the same, except that he shall render to the exchequer 40l. yearly. Also grant of the county of Devon and of the castle of Exeter on the same terms as above.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the castle and manor of Devises.

July 4. Westminster.

Letters for Philip de la Rokele, going to Ireland, nominating William son of Baldwin and John de Mulsham his attorneys for one year.

Aug. 30. Westminster.

The like for :—

Master Robert de Skartheburgh, dean of St. Peter's, York, nominating Robert Hughtered of Skardeburgh and Ralph de Folkardeby for one year.

Agnes de Valencia, staying in England, nominating Robert de Grenehull and John Lillum in Ireland for two years.

May 28. Westminster.

Commission to Henry de Shotesbrok, Peter del Escane, Robert de Vernun and Thomas le Rus to view the castle and manor of Devises and the park there, and the forests of Chipenham and Melkesham, and then to certify the king of the state in which Ralph de Sandwyco, late constable of the said castle, left the same, and Matthew son of John received them.

July 3. Westminster.

In like manner John de Wotton, Robert de Vernun, Peter de Skidemore and Richard Pigge have been appointed to view the same.

MEMBRANE 10.

May 18. Westminster.

Commission to John de Metingham and Thomas de Belhus, on complaint by the men of the borough of Huntingdon that the water of the great river (aqva magne riparie) between the said borough and the town of St. Ives is so diminished by reason of watercourses therefrom and obstructions in the said stream, that ships and boats laden with merchandise can no longer pass as they were wont, to view the same, and return their inquisition against the next parliament at Michaelmas with this writ. By the earl and council.

Commission to R. Luved[ay], William Muschet, John Russel and Henry de Bokeswrth to deliver the gaol of Cambridge of John Aldus and John le Neuman, who were put in exigent after the last eyre for larcenies, and have since surrendered.

[May 18. Westminster.]

The like to Walter de Stirch[esle] to enquire touching the persons who hunted in the park of the ear! of Cornwall of Flyterys in Okham, co. Rutland, and carried away deer, so that the same may be attached to appear before the king eight days after Midsummer.

MEMBRANE 9.

June 6. Westminster.

The prior and convent of Insula of the order of St. Augustin, in the diocese of Lismore, Ireland, sending news by Gilbert de Insula, monk there, of the cession of Peter de Insula, late abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

June 13. Westminster.

Presentation of John de Bercham to the church of Fakenham Hespes', in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the lands and heir of William Comyn, tenant in chief.

June 18. Westminster.

Signification to O. bishop of Lincoln of the royal assent to the election of Richard de Sulveston, monk of Luffeld, to be prior.

The sub-prior and convent of Chyrebury sending news by brother William Purcel of the death of Geoffrey, late prior, have letters of licence to elect.

The sub-prior and convent of Luffeld, sending news by brother William de Brackelegh of the resignation of Richard de Sulveston, lately elected prior, have letters of licence to elect.

June 30. Westminster.

Appointment of Henry de Dunolmia, clerk, to the custody, during pleasure, of the hospital of St. Giles without London, founded by the king's ancestors, lately recovered against the commonalty of the city of London, by judgment before the king; the brethren and sisters to be maintained out of the issues.

Presentation of James de Ispannia to the church of Aldech, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the death of Master Adam de Fileby, late parson there, and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the hospital of St. Leonard's, York.

July 6. Westminster.

Signification to O. bishop of Lincoln of the royal assent to the election of John de Houton, monk of Luffeld, to be prior.

June 24. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the following going to Wales on the king's service:—

Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex Until Michaelmas.
Bartholomew de Enefeld
Ralph de Tony
John Le Strange.
Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Master Robert de Dorsete, going as above.

Protection with clause volumus, for the following going to Wales on the king's service :—

John son of Reginald Until Michaelmas.
Alan Plokenet.

John Tregoz, until a fortnight after Michaelmas.

Richard de Ewell, going with the earl of Hereford, until Michaelmas.

Thomas de Moleton of Hoyland, until a month after Michaelmas.

The said Thomas for one year in Ireland.

July 2. Westminster.

Walter de Pedwardin, going with Edmund, earl of Cornwall Until Michaelmas.
Anselm de Gyse, going with John de Warrenna, earl of Surrey
Roger de Mortuo Mari
John de Hastinges
Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England
Ralph de Gorges
Hugh Poynz
Robert son of Nigel, going with Richard son of John
Richard son of John, going with the earl of Surrey
Walter de Huntercumbe, going with the earl of Cornwall Until a fortnight after Michaelmas.
Simon Basset, going with the earl of Surrey
John Huse, gone with John Le Strange Until Michaelmas.
Thomas Boterel, gone with the said John

Richard Curson, gone with the earl of Surrey, until a fortnight after Michaelmas.

July 6. Westminster.

John Lovel of Snotescumbe Until Michaelmas.
Robert de Escales
Henry de Urtiaco, gone with Roger Le Strange
Roger le Bygot, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England
William de Hauvill, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem
Reginald de Monte Caniso, going with Henry de Grey
Henry de Grey
Nicholas de Wokindon, going with the same
William de Hauville, the above prior
Henry de Preers, going with Philip Burnel
Nicholas de la Hose going with the earl of Gloucester
John le Bygod
John Lovel
Robert Luterel
Robert de Chaundos
Adam Gurdun
Adam de Hotot
Geoffrey de Canvull
Brian de Brompton

July 16. Gloucester.

Geoffrey de Caunvull, until Christmas.

William le Botyller of Werington, until Michaelmas.

Roger de Moeles, until fifteen days after Michaelmas.

Henry le Botiller gone with William le Botiller Until Michaelmas.
John de Leic'
John le Briton, going with the prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem
Geoffrey de Shepe, going with Henry de Grey Until a fortnight after Michaelmas
Henry Huse
John Giffard the younger
Thomas de Sancto Andrea
Ernald de Argenteym
John de Hodeleston
Hugh de Audithelegh Until a fortnight after Michaelmas.
The prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England
Peter de Brumton
William de Rye
Ralph Basset of Drayton
Saer de Huntingfeld
Henry Tyeys
John de Heddesor
Ralph son of William de Grimthorp
Nicholas de Alditheleye
Norman de Arcy

Robert de Bold, going with William le Botiler, until Michaelmas.

July 17. Gloucester.

Philip de Monte Gomeri Until fifteen days after Michaelmas.
Ranulph Folejaumbe
Hugh de Sancto Philiberto, gone with Edmund, earl of Cornwall Until Michaelmas.
Thomas son of Reginald de Pridias, gone with Odo le Arcediakne Until a fortnight after Michaelmas.
Thomas le Charrer gone with Edmund, earl of Cornwall
Laurence Basset
Laurence de Sandwico
Arnald Murdak

July 20. Hereford.

Hugh de Hynton, going with Adam de Nortoft, until Michaelmas.

Thomas de Saunford, going with Ralph de Tany until a fortnight after Michaelmas.

John de Badeham, going with the earl of Norfolk Until Michaelmas.
Ranulph de Nevill
Gilbert de Gaunt Until a fortnight after Michaelmas.
Ralph Basset, going with the earl of Surrey
John de Steyngreve
Nicholas Charterey
Nicholas Baro of Stafford
John de Novo Burgo
Thomas de Pyn
Thomas de London
John de Wyleby, going with Arnald Murdak
Peter de Nuttel going with Ranulph de Nevill
John de Wyvill
Nicholas de Auddedeleye
William son of Owen, gone with Reginald de Grey
John de Sotebrok going with the earl of Norfolk Until Michaelmas.
Simon son of Ivo de Walepol
John Baret

July 22. Hereford.

MEMBRANE 8.

June 20.

Commission de walliis, fossatis, &c., to William de Carleton and William de Candelesby, in Holand and Mershland.

Commission to W. de Hopt[on], R. de Sandwyco and G. de Sandwico to deliver Newegate gaol of Roger son of Stephen le King of Monden, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Hertford for robbery of John de la Ree, and has since surrendered.

MEMBRANE 7.

June 24. Westminster.

Letters for Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, going to Wales on the king's service, nominating Andrew de Kynebauton and Henry de Enefeld his attorneys until Michaelmas.

The like for:—

Thomas de Multon of Hoyland, going to Wales, nominating Ranulph de Botele and William de Barton in Ireland for one year.

July 6. Westminster.

William de Hauvill, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, going to Wales, nominating brother Nicholas de Chilbelton and Master William Beauzan until Michaelmas.

July 23. Hereford.

Protection, with clause volumus, for the following, gone on the king's service into Wales : —

Henry de Tudeham gone with the earl of Norfolk Until Michaelmas.
Saer de Ramesey
John le Buteler
Richard le Keu
John de Muse
Geoffrey le Buteler
John Bluet
John de Frating
Ralph Baret
John de Sotebrok
Robert Pynnote of Capel
Hugh de Curtenaye
Richard de Whitacre, gone with Ralph Basset of Drayton
William Bruselon, going with Bogo de Knovill
Vitalis de Graff ham, going with John Engayne
Peter de Malo Lacu Until a fortnight after Michaelmas
Robert de Panes
Elias le Messager
William le Poer
John le Husser, going with Edmund, earl of Cornwall
Baldwin de Frevyle
Milo Pychard, going with Ralph de Tony
Robert de Tateshale, Adam de Kaylly, Roger de Brom, William, parson of the church of Hedersete, John la Veyle, Robert de Curzoun, John de Tibham, Master Andrew le Keu, Henry Page, William Talemache, William de Birchehey Until Michaelmas.
Hugh de Tateshale, going with Robert de Tateshale
Robert de Tateshale and John le Norreys
John de Evereus
Ralph de Rocheford
John de Potho Until a fortnight after Michaelmas.
Simon de Seyham
Walter Morice, clerk, going with Edmund de Mortuo Mari
William de Alta Rypa
Nicholas Peysun, going with Edmund, earl of Cornwall
Peter de Huntingfeld
William Deverus
Brian son of Alan
Philip de Kyme
Robert de Kyrketon

July 24. Hereford.

July 24. Hereford.

Robert de la Chaumbre, until Michaelmas.

William de Punchardun, gone with Hugh de Curtenay Until a fortnight after Michaelmas.
John de Gurney
William le Armerer of Hereford
Henry de Solers, gone with John Giffard
William Haste, parson of the church of Stanford
William son of Warin de Monte Caniso

July 30. Hereford.

The prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England until Michaelmas.

William de Derneford of Derhurst, gone with the earl of Gloucester Until a fortnight after Michaelmas.
John de Bosco, gone with the earl of Cornwall
John de la Mare
John Paynell, gone with John de Hasting'
Richard de Harecurt, gone with the earl of Cornwall
John de Hasting'
Walter Paveley, gone with John Giffard
Roger de Mumbray
Roger de Monte Alto

Aug. 24. Gloucester.

June 21. Westminster.

Sept. 8. Westminster.

Sept. 12.

Oct. 4. Westminster.

Ralph de Thony, staying in Wales, until Christmas.

MEMBRANE 6.

June 27. Westminster.

Mandate to the knights, freeholders and others of the county of Kent, to come with horses and arms, whenever summoned by Stephen de Penecestre, who has been appointed constable of the castle of Dover, and warden of the Cinque Ports, for the custody of the same and the security of the peace.

The like to the tenants of the rapes of Hastinges and Pevenese.

July 7. Westminster.

Letters for Richard de Nevill, going beyond seas, nominating Robert de Nevill and William de Bello Campo his attorneys for two years.

The like for:—

Peter, prior of Lenton, going beyond seas, nominating Walter de Bolyne and John Grullet until All Saints.

Geoffrey Beauney, going to Ireland, nominating Peter de Lussingham and John le Fraunkeleyn for two years.

July 3.

Master Thomas de Sutton, going beyond seas for the purposes of study, nominating Hugh de Normanton and Thomas de Botlesford for two years.

Thomas de Feleby, going beyond seas, nominating Master Robert de Fyleby for one year.

The abbot of Rewley (Regalis Loci), Oxford, going to his general Cistercian chapter, nominating brothers Henry de Derneford and Robert de Shotteswell until the Purification.

July 20. Hereford.

John de Hasting', staying in England, nominating Richard de Duffeld and Ralph Russell in Ireland for two years.

Odo, prior of St. Andrew's, Northampton, going beyond seas, nominating John de Verney and William son of Philip le Muner until Martilmas.

July 27. Hereford.

Peter de Genevill and Joan his wife, staying in Ireland, nominating Richard de Momele and Robert son of Richard de Momele for three years.

Aug. 8. Gloucester.

Roger Haspal, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Nevill, chaplain, and Hugh de Jernemuta until All Saints.

July 5. Westminster.

Writ of aid for John de Haspale, Ralph de Crepping, Roger de Bikkerwik and Robert de Bray, executors of the will of Master Geoffrey de Haspale, appointed by the king on account of the said Geoffrey's debts to the king, to collect and keep his property until a fortnight after Michaelmas, when, after satisfaction of the said debts, they are to apply the remainder to the execution of the will.

July 16. Gloucester.

Mandate to Master Henry de Bray, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of Luffeld to John de Houton, monk thereof, elected prior.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Signification to R. bishop of Hereford, of the royal assent to the election of Adam de Hopton, canon of Chirbiry, to be prior.

June 18. Westminster.

Commission de walliis, fossatis, &c. to John de Lovetot and William de Lamburn, for the sea-coast and bank of the Thames, and parts adjacent in the county of Essex.

July 16. Gloucester.

Writ de intendendo for Thomas de Insula, substitute of Stephen de Penecestre appointed to the custody, during pleasure, of the port of Dover.

June 26. Westminster.

Licence for the election of an abbess of Kilcleeheen (de Bello Portu beate Marie), near Waterford, in the diocese of Ossory, on petition presented by John de Benteleye, bringing news of the death of Desiderata le Poher, late abbess.

Power to the justiciary, to restore the temporalities to the person elected.

July 21. Hereford.

Mandate to Henry de Bray, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of Churebyry to Adam de Hopton, canon there, elected prior.

Aug. 10. Gloucester.

Protection, with clause volumus, for:—

Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, staying beyond seas with the king, for one year.

Sept. 2. Westminster.

Simon de Grenhull, going to Ireland, for two years.

John de Luvetot, gone beyond seas by the king's command, until Martilmas.

Oct. 21. Westminster.

Simple protection for: —

Richard de Croupes, now in Wales on the king's affairs, for one year.

Master Robert de Belvero, staying in Wales on the king's service for one year.

MEMBRANE 5.

Association of John de Lovetot, with the keeper and sheriffs of London, to examine, hear and determine a cause of dower in the hustings between Margaret, late the wife of Laurence de Sancto Michaele, plaintiff, and Stephen de Asshewy, deforciant.

Commission to William de Middelton and William de Carleton to hear the complaints between the merchants of England and of Hoyland, which the king appointed to be heard at Yarmouth on St. Peter ad Vincula.

Commission to Walter de Helion, Richard de la Ryvere, Roger de Lokintone and Richard de la More to deliver the gaol of Gloucester of Bruning le Heyward, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Gloucester for the death of two men unknown at Hameswell, and has since surrendered.

The like, to Ralph de Sandwico, W. de Stirch[esle], and G. de Rokesle, to deliver Neugate gaol of Juliana de Gypeswyco, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Hertford for a trespass against the king's peace, and has since surrendered.

MEMBRANE 4.

Sept. 8. Westminster.

Letters for the abbot of Fountains, going beyond seas, nominating Thomas de Appilton and Richard de Pykehale his attorneys until Martilmas.

The like for:—

John de Sancto Johanne, gone beyond seas with the king, nominating Thomas de Basing, clerk, until the Purification.

Sept. 26. Westminster.

Amicia, late the wife of John de Cormayles, going on pilgrimage to Pontigny, nominating John de Parys and Thomas de Clutton for one year.

Matilda de Clare, countess of Gloucester, staying in England, nominating William de Inchynghefeld and Thomas Dunfert for two years.

Oct. 8. Westminster.

Robert de Brus, earl of Carrik, staying in Scotland, nominating John de Hatfeld and Michael de Bodechell for one year.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Walter de Wymb', precentor of the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, staying in England on the king's service, nominating Nicholas de Chiltham in Ireland for three years.

Oct. 17. Westminster.

John Passelewe, staying in England, nominating Hugh de Streyle and Robert de Ryplingham in Ireland for one year.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

Agnes de Vescy, staying in England, nominating Hugh de Stretleye and Robert Hod in Ireland for two years.

Sept. 8. Westminster.

The sub-prior and convent of Frithelistok, sending news by Alexander de Thoriton, canon thereof, of the death of Thomas Leaute, late prior, have letters of licence to elect.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

Letters for Hugh de Stretleye of Mentemor, going to Ireland, nominating Walter de Mentemor and Philip Sprigurnel his attorneys for one year.

The like for:—

Robert Segre, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Henry le Acatur and Walter de la Chaumbre until Whitsunday.

Sept. 17. Westminster.

Promise to Roger le Bygot, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, that nothing done by him or his men at the behest of Edmund, earl of Cornwall, in the suppression of the rebellion of Rees son of Mereduc, in Wales, shall be to the prejudice of his marshalcy.

Sept. 15. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for:—

William de la Haye, clerk, going beyond seas, for one year.

Sept. 20. Westminster.

William de Valencia, staying beyond seas on the king's service, for one year.

Sept. 23. Westminster.

John de Heddishoure, going beyond seas as the king's messenger until a fortnight after St. Hilary.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Henry de Lasey, earl of Lincoln, engaged beyond seas with the king, until Michaelmas.

Nicholas son of Walter Chiltenham, going to Ireland on the king's service, for two years.

Robert Segre, going beyond seas on the king's service, until Whitsunday.

Safe-conduct for Roger Erneburgh, citizen and merchant of Lincoln, going with wool and other merchandise to Flanders and Brabant.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for:—

John de Bruges, staying beyond seas with the king, until Easter.

Oct. 25. Westminster.

Edmund, the king's brother, staying beyond seas with the king, until Easter.

Hugh de Stredley, going to Ireland, for one year.

Master Henry de Newerk, archdeacon of Richemund, going beyond seas on the king's service, for one year.

Sept. 25. Westminster.

Presentation of Robert de Brandish to the church of Hintlesham, in the diocese of Norwich. The earl of Cornwall sent a mandate by his letter.

Oct. 17. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo directed to the good men of Hull, and all merchants going there for trade, for Hamo Box, citizen of London, attorney of Richard Guydich[ionis], merchant of Lucca, of the society of the Ricardi of Lucca, himself the attorney of Matthew de Columbariis, the king's butler, appointed to receive the prises of wines at Hull, and to exercise the office of gauger of wines there, until Michaelmas.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Letters for Master John Clarell, going beyond seas, nominating William Jurdan of Tykehull and John de Doncastre his attorneys for one year.

The like for: —

Geoffrey, abbot of St. Evroul, staying beyond seas, nominating Thomas de Holton and William de Napton for three years.

Oct. 12. Westminster.

William, prior of De la Grave of the order of Font Evraud, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Norton and John de Acleburgh until Easter.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Master Reginald de Sancto Albano, gone beyond seas, nominating John de Westwik and John de Brome for two years.

John de Seagrave, going to Ireland, nominating Thomas de Nevill and Roger le Brun for one year.

Nov. 5. Westminster.

William de Hauvile, pricr of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, going beyond seas, nominating brothers Henry Blundel and William de Hampton for one year.

Nov. 5. Westminster.

Master John Spileman, of Roddeberue, gone to Paris for the purpose of study, nominating Robert Mael and John Spark for three years.

Gilbert de Appletrefeld, staying in England, nominating John Pe of Lever and Henry Attehall until Michaelmas.

Oct. 25. Westminster.

Signification to P. bishop of Exeter of the royal assent to the election of Robert de Oxonia, canon of Frithestok, to be prior.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, for:—

William de Camera, going beyond seas, for one year.

Hugh de Turbervill, going to Wales to fortify the king's castle of Bere, for one year.

Nov. 3. Westminster.

John de Sudleye, going to Wales by the king's command, until Whitsunday.

William de Henle, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, going to Bordeaux to the king, until Easter.

Nov. 8. Westminster.

Master Bonettus de Sancto Quintino, engaged beyond seas with the king, until Easter.

Nov. 12. Westminster.

Ralph de Touny, staying in Wales on the king's service, until Easter.

Nov. 10. Westminster.

John de Haveringge, going beyond seas on the king's service, until Easter.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

John de Manecestre, going beyond seas on the king's service, until Easter.

Nov. 13. Westminster.

John Le Strange, going to Gascony on the king's service, for one year.

MEMBRANE 3.

Sept. 22. Westminster.

Commission to W. de Hopton and Roger de Bachesworth to deliver the gaol of Westminster of John de Padinton, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Hertford for the death of Ingoldus de Stivenache, and has since surrendered.

The like to J. de Luvetot, John le Breton and Roger Banyard to deliver the gaol of Colecestre of Roger le Parker, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Hertford for the death of William le Provost of Mesdon, and has since surrendered.

Oct. 10. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William Wyther and Roger Brabazun at the instance of Edmund, the king's brother, touching trespasses in the said Edmund's parks and chaces in the counties of Derby and Stafford.

Oct. 12. Westminster.

Commission to Richard de Boylond and William de Pakeham, on complaint by the mayor and bailiffs of Dunwich, to enquire touching the contempt committed by the following sailors of Dunwich, to wit, Robert Sparewe, Robert le Poer, John Joce, John le Barewer, Geoffrey Codun, Edmund Codun, Geoffrey Fyket, Richard Morebred, Robert de Eyse, William de Suthwalde, William le Official, John le Paumer, William Totepeny, Geoffrey Blackat, John Fike, William de la More, William Belamy, Valentius Richeman, Richard Ille, Nicholas Honeman and Andrew Terry, in entering into a conspiracy whereby they have taken their oaths not to permit the court of the said mayor and bailiffs to be held, the king's dues from themselves to be levied, or the execution of the king's writs and judgments of the king's court to be carried out; in levying to their own use fines imposed upon the burgesses by Salomon de Roff' and his fellows, justices last in eyre in the county of Suffolk, and in not permitting the peace there to be kept by the said mayor and bailiffs. And all persons found guilty are to be put to gaol by the sheriff, to appear before the king a fortnight after Martilmas.

MEMBRANE 2.

Oct. 32 (sic). Westminster.

Grant and warranty by the king and queen for life to Matthew son of John,—in exchange for his recognition in the king's court of the king's right to the town and castle of Devizes, and the manors of Rudes, Erlestok and Hakeleston, co. Wilts, the manors of Stok' in Hammes, Ylampton,

Hocford, La Sturte and Pyworthi, co. Devon, and the manors of Warblinton and Hunton, co. Southampton,—of the said town, castle and manors with their appurtenances, except the advowson of the church of Rudes, rendering yearly 40l.; also grant to the same Matthew, in accordance with a fine made between the king and the said Matthew, that the manors of Piworthy and La Sturte, and a third part of the manor of Hocford, co. Devon, and the manors of Warblinton and Hunton, co. Southampton, which Margaret, late the wife of John son of Matthew holds in dower, shall remain for life to the said Matthew in the event of the said Margaret dying before him ; also grant to the same that the manor of Hakeleston, co Wilts, and the manor of Iwelegh, co. Gloucester, which Walter Beck and Joan his wife holds as the free marriage of the said Joan, shall remain to the said Matthew likewise.

Release by the said Matthew to the king of all right to the above manors of Stok in Hammes, Ylampton, Hocford, la Sterte and Pyworthy, co. Devon, and Erlestok, co. Wilts ; and grant that the manors of Pyworthy and la Sterte, the third part of the manor of Hocford, co. Devon, the manors of Warblinton and Hunton, co. Southampton, and Hakeleston, co. Wilts, and Iwelegh, co. Gloucester, shall remain to the king on the death of the present tenants.

Grant for life to the said Matthew of the forests of Melkyhsam and Chipenham, with all their appurtenances as of the castle of Devises, saving venison and the royal dignity therein. Also appointment of the same to the custody, for life, of the castle of Exeter and the county of Devon, answering to the Exchequer in the usual way.

At the king's mandate by writs of the Great and Privy Seal which are lodged with the Treasurer in the Exchequer.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

Letters for John de Suthlegh, going beyond seas, nominating Nicholas le Archer and Robert de la Grene his attorneys until Whitsunday.

The like for :—

Nicholas, prior of Lanthony Prima in Wales, staying in England, nominating brother Alexander de Gloucester and Ithael Cadevill in Ireland for three years.

Deoteytus Guillelmi, going beyond seas, nominating Guylot Bonaventure for two years.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

Master John de Luco, canon of St. Paul's, London, gone beyond seas, nominating Elias de Ayllesbiry, until Midsummer.

Nov. 12. Westminster.

Lucia, late the wife of Guy son and heir of Almaric de Sancto Amando, nominating William de Strongeford and John son of Walter de Wrocwardin to sue and take seisin of her dower in Ireland, with mandate in pursuance to S. archbishop of Tuam, justiciary of Ireland.

Roger de Lodelawe, parson of the church of Charlegrave, going beyond seas, nominating Robert de Buclington and Richard de Routon for three years.

Nov. 10. Westminster.

Peter de Geynvill and Joan his wife, going beyond seas, nominating Hugh de Wychecote and Nicholas le Swayn for two years.

MEMBRANE 1.

Commission to Walter de Helyun, Roger le Rus, Richard de la Rivere and Geoffrey de Wroxhale to deliver the gaol of Gloucester of Alexander de Shelue, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Gloucester for the death of Robert Ace, and has since surrendered.

The like to R. de Boyl[aund], J. le Breton, William Daete, and Laurence de Plumberewe to deliver the gaol of Colecestre of John Vyel, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Hertford for larcenies, and has since surrendered.

The like to Walter de Helyun, Roger le Rus, Geoffrey de Wroxhale and Richard de la Ryvere to deliver the gaol of Gloucester of Robert le Esquier sire Johan de Mumienne, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Gloucester for the death of Simon de Hampton Meysy, and has since surrendered.

Association of R. de Hengham with the keeper and sheriffs of London to hear and determine a cause before the latter in the hustings, in which Richard de Paris sues the commonalty of the city of London for a debt of 91l. 10s.

Commission to J. de Lovetot, Ralph de Sandwico and Gregory de Rokesle to deliver Neuwegate gaol of Juliana de Gypeswico, who was put in exigent after the last eyre in the county of Hertford for trespasses against the king's peace, and has since surrendered.

Nov. 8. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Master Th. de Sud[ington], W. de Hopton, R. de Legh and H. de Cave, on complaint by the abbot of Lilleshull, that his two parts of the manor of Freseleye, co. Warwick, were entered without authority, and his houses broken, the trees of his garden cut down, his beasts killed, and corn carried away there by James de Asteleye, Philippa his wife, Edmund son of Jordan de Whitacre, Alan Balle, Robert his brother, William Matheu, Thomas Bastrad, Roger Balle, Richard Balle, William son of Matilda, John Mone, Richard son of Walter, Robert Balle, John Jay of Whitacre, Geoffrey Barun, Jordan son of John de Polesworth, Richard le Fevre, Roger le Tayllur, John Balle and Richard Notehach. By mandate of the Chancellor from beyond seas.

Nov. 9. Westminster.

Commission to Geoffrey de Pycheford and Adam Gurdun to inquire touching the persons who hunted in the forest of Bradene, co. Wilts, and carried away deer.