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CALENDAR OF PATENT ROLLS. 11 EDWARD II—PART 1.

MEMBRANE 34

1317. July 8. Buckby.

Simple protection, with clause nolumus, for one year for the prior of Luffeld.

The like for the under-mentioned persons, viz.—

The abbot of St. James without Norhampton.

Richard de Stratford.

Henry de Scaldewell and William his brother.

Robert de Boyville, parson of the church of Oxenton.

William Maston of Sweye.

The abbot of St. Agatha's.

The abbot of Neubo.

William de Bildesthorpe.

Roger de Sutton, examiner of the king's writs, and Nicholas his brother.

Richard de Birland.

William de Ayremynne, parson of the church of Weremuthe Episcopi.

John de Borham, parson of the church of Great Leghes.

Henry de Edenestowe, parson of the church of Flyntham.

Robert de Askeby, parson of the church of Hale.

The abbot of Croxton.

The prior of St. Oswald's, parson of the church of Bamburgh.

Alice, late the wife of John le Palmer of Notingham, who is building the bridge of Hesebeth.

July 8. Buckby.

Licence after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Walewayn, escheator on this side Trent, for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Hayles by Robert Housum of Gloucester, to hold to them and their successors to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of the abbey for the soul of the grantor and the souls of all Christians, of his reversion of the undermentioned rents, messuage and stalls in the town of Gloucester, viz. 6s. issuing out of a messuage, which William de Southam and Margery his wife hold for life of his inheritance; of 8s. out of a messuage which Robert de Standish holds for life of his inheritance; of 20s. out of a tenement which Nicholas de Longeneye and Isabella his wife hold for life of his inheritance; of 24s. issuing out of a messuage, which Walter Broun and Leticia his wife hold for life also of his inheritance; of 13s. out of a messuage which Geoffrey le Cotiller holds for life of his inheritance; and a messuage, 5 stalls and 19s. 7d. of rent, which are held of Queen Margaret by virtue of an assignment made to her for life by the late king of the town of Gloucester. By K.

A. 1955. 400—6/99. Wt. 18345/263

July 11. Leicester.

Protection and safe-conduct, until a year after Michaelmas, for Master Peter Sapiti, provost of St. Felix, Aquileja, brother of Master Andrew Sapiti, king's clerk, and also for Stephen Guttii de Florencia, nephew of the said Andrew, who are now drawing nigh to Ireland on business touching as well the said Peter and Stephen as the said Andrew.

Protection for three years for Andrew Peres de Castro Seriz, merchant of Burgh [os] in Spain, and his men, to whom the king has granted a licence to enter the realm to trade. Duplicated. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherlton.

July 11. Leicester.

Protection with clause de placitis for one year for Robert de Napton going to Ireland on the king's service. By K. on the information of Roger Damory.

July 12. Leicester.

Grant for life to William son of Gilbert le Bakere of Chichester of the chantry of the chapel in the hospital of St. James without Chichester, which Adam de Aune, chaplain, now deceased, lately held, so that he may receive the same stipend as the said Adam.

July 14. Leicester.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Shirburne to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements and rents to the value of 10l. a year, provided that they find a monk, a chaplain, to celebrate divine service daily in the abbey for the souls of the late king, Robert son of Payn, and all Christians. By K.

July 15. Kegworth.

Grant, during pleasure, to Hugh Daudele the elder of the custody of the castle of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, receiving as much for that custody as other keepers have been accustomed to. By p.s.

July 16. Nottingham.

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for James and Anthony, the couriers and messengers, whom Gaucelinus, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, vice-chancellor of the church of Rome, and Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, the envoys of the Apostolic See, are sending to Scotland.

July 16. Nottingham.

Mandate to the canons of the king's free chapel of the castle of Hastings to assign a stall in the choir and place in the chapter to John de Claxton, king's clerk, whom J. bishop of Chichester has upon the king's presentation admitted to the prebend of Bolewarheth in that chapel, void by the resignation of William de Pevense, and instituted prebendary thereof.

July 20. Nottingham.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Croxton to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements and rents to the value of 10l. a year according to their true value. By K.

July 21. Nottingham.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Haghenby by Gilbert de Toutheby of a messuage, 6 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, 6 acres of pasture and a moiety of a bovate of land, and pasture for 5 plough cattle in Hanay, Markeby, Haghenby, and Sutton by Hotoft. By K.

July 21. Nottingham.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Burgo, clerk, of 2 messuages and 36s. 10d. of rent in London to two chaplains celebrating divine service daily in the church of St. Michael, Candelwykestrate, London, for his soul and the souls of Margery his wife, of Edmund son of Nicholas Horn, and of the fathers and mothers and the benefactors of the said William, Margery, and Edmund, and for the souls of all Christians. By fine of 20s.

July 20. Nottingham.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, for Robert de Colevile to enclose and empark his wood of Erneclyf. By K.

July 24. Nottingham.

John de Hastinges, staying in England, has letters nominating Henry de Allesleye his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Mandate to Robert Broun, guardian of the bishopric of Hereford, for the restitution of the temporalities of the bishopric to Master Adam de Orleton, whom Pope J[ohn XXII] has preferred to be bishop of that place, which preferment the king has accepted. By K.

The like to Master John Walewayn, escheator on this side Trent. By K.

Writ de intendendo for the bishop directed to the knights, free men, and other tenants of the bishopric.

Mandate to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor, keeper of Ireland, for the restitution of the temporalities of the bishopric of Ossory to brother Richard, of the Order of Minors, whom Pope J[ohn XXII] has preferred to be bishop of Ossory, which preferment the king has accepted. By K.

Writ de intendendo for the bishop to the knights, free men and other tenants of the bishopric.

July 20. Nottingham.

Pardon to Hugh de Huscroft of his escape from the custody of the towns of Ouston, Skelale, Burghwalays and Skelbrok, into which he had been delivered by the bailiff of the wapentake of Osgotecrosse, who had arrested him for the larceny of a cow. By K.

Writ de intendendo until Christmas for Thomas de Weston, clerk of queen Isabella, going to divers parts of the realm to make purveyances for her Wardrobe.

July 23. Nottingham.

Nicholas de Staveleye, clerk, staying in England, has letters nominating Nicholas de Esyngwold his attorney for one year.

Gabriel de Camilla, prebendary of Grymeston in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating Aykard de Bryga his attorney for two years.

Simple protection for one year for William le Mareschal of Neusom.

MEMBRANE 33.

July 12. Leicester.

Writ of aid until Christmas for William de Kenyngton whom the king is sending to purvey hay, oats, litter and other necessaries for the Marshalsea of Queen Isabella, for which payment will be made in the king's Wardrobe.

The like for the under-mentioned purveyors, viz.—

Robert Romayn of necessaries for the office of the kitchen.
Roger de Astley

July 13. Leicester.

Pardon to Thomas atte Strete of his outlawry for non-appearance before John de Botetourte and his fellows, justices of the late king of oyer and terminer in the county of Hertford, to answer for a robbery committed upon John Brom, merchant of Lenne, of 100s. at Holnewode and for other trespasses and extorsions committed in that county, whereof he was indicted. By p.s.

July 12. Leicester.

Pardon to Henry de Malton for acquiring in fee, without licence, the manor of Threpland from William de Mulcastre, who held it in chief as of the honor of Cokermuthe, as appears by an inquisition made by Robert de Sapy, escheator beyond Trent; with licence to retain the manor. By fine of 10s.

July 13. Leicester.

Pardon to Roger son of Walter de Reymerston of his outlawry for nonappearance before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of the Bench, to answer Roger Travers, parson of the church of St. Peter, Aldewyncle, that he should render a reasonable account for the time when he was his bailiff in Aldewyncle, provided he surrender at the gaol of Northampton.

July 13. Nottingham.

Grant during pleasure to John de Horsle, in consideration of his good service to Elizabeth de Burgo, the king's niece, of the bailiwick of the hundred of Munslowe, co. Salop, rendering yearly at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of that county, as much as others, who have held that bailiwick, have been accustomed to render, provided he keep the bailiwick according to the form of the statute lately made at Lincoln touching such bailiwicks. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Salop to deliver the bailiwick to him.

Vacated because on the Fine Roll.

July 18. Nottingham.

Protection during pleasure, in consideration of his good service to the late king, for Master Adam de Agmodesham, king's clerk, parson of the church of Barton-upon-Trent, who by the king's licence is staying at his church, his men, lands, goods, rents and possessions.

July 17. Nottingham.

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for Robert de Hemelhampstede, king's serjeant, whom the king is sending to make purveyance for the office of the poultry.

The like for the undermentioned purveyors, viz. :—

Robert de Wolde.

Edward de Waltham.

John de Luton.

William de Ovvyng.

July 20. Nottingham.

Acknowledgment that the king has received from J. bishop of Norwich, in the name of Pope John XXII and of the Church of Rome, as a loan, 2,166l. 13s. 4d. sterling, collected in the city and diocese of Norwich before this time by the said bishop, in part payment of the first year of the tenth for six years, imposed by Pope Clement V. in the Council of Vienne in aid of the general crusade throughout the world, which sum the king is bound to pay to the Pope, or his representative, within five years from the fourth of the Kalends of April last past, and which he solemnly promises to do. By K.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, and otherwise below on 28 October.

The like for W. bishop of Exeter, for 400l. sterling.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, and other letters were made thereof below.

July 22. Nottingham.

Notification to —, bishop of Bangor, of the royal assent to the election of Matthew Goch, a canon of Pristoll, to be prior of the house of Pristoll. By K.

Presentation of William de Everdon to the church of Fladebury, in the diocese of Worcester, void by the resignation of John de Staneweye, late rector thereof, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Worcester. By K.

July 1. Nottingham.

Licence for the prioress and convent of Gracedieu to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements and rents to the value of 20 marks a year. By p.s.

July 27. Nottingham.

Writ de intendendo until the Assumption for William de Herdeby, whom J. bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, is sending to divers parts to make purveyance of corn and other victuals for his household, and to carry the same to Wirksop.

July 25. Nottingham.

Mandate unil Michaelmas to the purveyors of corn and other victuals for the king's Household, as John, bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, has by his servants, whom he sent to divers parts of the county of York to purvey corn and victuals for his household, bought from John de Hasthorpe all his corn for that purpose, that they are not to take any part of such corn for the king's use, or to molest the servants of the bishop.

July 24. Nottingham.

Grant for life to Bertram de la More, king's serjeant at arms, on account of his good service, of 10 marks a year to be received out of the farm of the city of London at Michaelmas term by the hands of the sheriffs of the city. By p.s.

July 24. Nottingham.

Grant for life to Ivo de Well', king's serjeant at arms, on account of his good service, of 10 marks a year to be received out of the farm of the city of Canterbury at Michaelmas term by the hands of the bailiffs of that city. By p.s.

July 25. Nottingham.

Grant, during pleasure, to Edward earl of Chester, the king's son, in aid of his sustenance, of the farm which W. archbishop of Canterbury is bound to render at the Exchequer for the manor of Petworth, co. Sussex, late of Henry de Percy, tenant in chief, which the archbishop holds of the king's demise, and also of the farm which Eleanor late the wife of the said Henry de Percy is also bound to render at the Exchequer for the lands and tenements, which her late husband held in the county of York, to be received at the hands of the archbishop and Eleanor at the terms of Michaelmas and Easter, the first payment to be made at Michaelmas next. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the archbishop of Canterbury.

The like to the said Eleanor.

Grant, during pleasure, to queen Isabella, in part satisfaction of a sum of money which she receives at the Exchequer for the expenses of her household, of the shrievalty of Cornwall and of all the king's castles, towns, manors, lands, and tenements in that county with the hundreds, &c. according to the extent thereof, nevertheless the sheriff is to answer at the Exchequer for debts to the king in the said county, to be levied for his use, during the time the queen holds the shrievalty, castles, &c. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Cornwall.

Vacated because otherwise below.

July 23. Nottingham.

Grant to Margery Foliot, the mother of Richard Foliot, who died whilst on the king's service in Scotland, that, touching that portion of the debts, in which Ralph de Rothynge was at the date of his death bound to the king at the Exchequer by reason of the manor of Walsham, late of the said Ralph, and which she holds, which debts are by summons of the Exchequer demanded from the said Margery and other tenants of the lands, late of the said Ralph, she, her heirs, and assigns may pay off the same by instalments of 4l. a year until the debts shall be fully discharged. By K.

July 24. Nottingham.

Grant to Hugh le Despenser the younger and his heirs of the manor of Carleton by Basyngham, co. Lincoln, which Gervase Avenel and Joan his wife held as of her inheritance, and which on account of their adherence to the king's Scotch enemies and rebels was with their other lands and tenements forfeited to the king. By p.s.

July 25. Nottingham.

Licence for John son of Alexander le Noreys of Claworth to grant a messuage, 80 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, and 30s. of rent in Grynley, Est Retford, and Wellum, held in chief, to William de Aune and Roesia his wife and the heirs of their bodies with remainder failing issue to the right heirs of the said William. By fine of 1 mark.

July 26. Nottingham.

Writ of aid, until the first of January following, for Walter de Harwe, king's yoeman, purveyor for the office of the scullery. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

The like for the under-mentioned purveyors, viz. :—

John Powys for the office of the Marshalsea.
Giles de Tholosa

Sept. 8. York.

The like until Whitsuntide for John de Mereworth to purvey wheat for the king's Household. On the information of the Steward.

July 30. Nottingham.

Protection for one year for the master of the hospital of St. Leonard, York. Nothing is to be taken of his corn, &c. By K. at the instance of the bishop of Ely.

The like for the under-mentioned persons, viz.—

The abbot of Crokesdene.

Master Richard de Gamon.

The abbot of Neuhus.

John de Askeby, vicar of the church of Lymbergh Magna.

Geoffrey de Bere of Tamworth.

Hugh de Boseworth.

Master Gabriel de Camulla, prebendary of Grymeston and Yateminstre in the church of Salisbury.

MEMBRANE 32.

July 24. Nottingham.

Licence for the prior and convent of Newstead in Shirewode to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements, and rents to the value of 20l. a year. By K.

Vacated and surrendered because the prior and conrent on 10 May 15 Richard II acquired lands and tenements in full satisfaction thereof.

July 23. Nottingham.

The king lately sold the custody of two parts of the manors of Huntyngfeld and Beenges co. Suffolk, late of William de Huntyngfeld, tenant in chief, to Hugh le Despenser the younger, who granted the same custody to Walter de Norwico, to whom the king subsequently committed the third part of the said manors, to hold to the full age of the heir, formerly held by Sibyl, late the wife of William de Huntyngfeld, in dower of the inheritance of the heir and which upon her death and by reason of the minority of the heir came into his hands. As a further favour the king now grants to Walter de Norwico that he may hold the manors, with knights' fees, advowsons of churches, &c. to the full age of the heir. By K.

July 24. Nottingham.

Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, the king's kinsman, having in parts beyond the seas on the king's behalf satisfied John de la Molier in 2500l. sterling, and John, bishop of Winchester, to whom the king lately assigned all issues of the custom on wools, hides and wool-fells in the port of Kingston-upon-Hull, to be received by him until he shall be satisfied in certain debts in which the king is bound to him, and also in other debts in which the king is also bound to him, as executor of the testament of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, and to his co-executors of the said testament, having at the king's request surrendered into the king's hands the said custom, that out of its issues the earl of Pembroke may be the more quickly satisfied, the king assigns to the earl to hold to him his heirs and executors the said custom until the debt shall be fully discharged out of the issues thereof, until which time the part of the seal which is called the coket shall remain in the custody of the earl's attorney. As soon as the debt shall be discharged the said part of the seal is to be delivered to the attorney of the bishop, until the bishop and his co-executors shall be fully satisfied. By K.

July 27. Nottingham.

Protection and safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Peter de Salvo Monte and John his brother coming by the king's command into the realm. By K.

Protection, with clause nolumus, for William, abbot of Jedeworth, so long as he and his men remain in England and are of the king's faith and peace. Nothing is to be taken of his corn, &c.

The like for Giles de Gamache, parson of the church of Eglesfleghham, staying in England.

Appointment, until All Saints Day, of John Lesquirel and Roger le Barber, king's serjeants, to accompany Gausilinus Johannis, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, who is staying within the realm of England, going to Scotland on the business of the church of Rome, for the safe-conduct of the cardinal and his company. [Fœdera.] By K.

The like appointment of Roger atte Watere and Adam de Haselingfeld for the safe-conduct of Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata. [Fœdera.]

July 26. Nottingham.

Writ de intendendo until the Purification for Robert Person, king's merchant and skinner of London, whom the king has taken into his protection with his men, lands, goods, rents, &c., going by the king's command to markets, marts and other places to make purveyance of pelts and other things for the Great Wardrobe. By K.

July 27. Nottingham.

The like for Thomas Graunt, whom J. bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, is sending to divers parts to purvey corn and other victuals for his household.

Beatrice de Aula Nova, going to parts beyond the seas, has letters nominating Edmund Maubaunk and John Grigori her attorneys for two years. By p.s.

June 4. Westminister. 10 Edward II.

Pardon to Llewellyn ap Madok ap Howel for his trespass against the king in the war in Glamorgan, and grant to him of the king's peace. By p.s.

July 25. Nottingham.

Exemption for life, at the request of J. bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, for John de Wylughby from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions; and from being made sheriff, coroner, forester, verderer, or other bailiff, or minister of the king, against his will. By K.

The like for Alan de Scures. By K.

The like for Robert de Sandale. By K.

July 28. Nottingham.

Pardon, at the instance of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, to John de Penreth for the escape of Adam de Lyghthorne, Adam de Coupeland, Juliana Grusane of Helton, Christiana de Littel Musgrave, and Christiana de Soureby out of his custody from the prison of the castle of Appelby in which they were detained for divers felonies. By p.s.

July 27. Nottingham.

Protection and safe-conduct for two years for Robert son of Henry de Lyverpole, king's merchant, going to divers parts of the realm and Wales and Ireland with merchandise to trade. By K. at the instance of Master Th. de Cherleton.

July 28. Nottingham.

Licence for Hugh de Meynil to enfeoff Master William de Henore of a carucate of land in Kyngeswode and of a moiety of the manor of Kyngesneuton, and the advowson of the church of the manor, held in chief, and for the feoffee to grant the same to the said Hugh for life with remainders to Hugh son of Hugh de Meynil and the heirs of his body, to Giles son of Hugh de Meynil and the heirs of his body, and to John de Myners and the heirs of his body, and failing such issue to the right heirs of the said Hugh de Meynil. By fine of 100s.

July 22. Nottingham.

Grant to Avicia, late the wife of John de Novo Mercato, that she may hold all the lands and tenements, which she holds for her life of the tenements late of her said husband, discharged from all debts in which he was bound to the king at the Exchequer, as well for himself as for his ancestors, and that she be not distrained upon, or molested in any manner on account of them, provided that those debts can be levied off his other lands and tenements. By p.s.

August 3. Nottingham.

Safe-conduct, until All Saints Day, for Thomas le Botiller who is coming from Ireland to the king. By K.

The like for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, coming as above. By K.

Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, executor of the testament of Joan de Valencia, staying in England, has letters nominating Walter Curteys his attorney in Ireland for three years.

The said earl, staying in England, has like letters under the name of the same Walter.

July 25. Nottingham.

Grant, during pleasure, to queen Isabella, in part satisfaction of a sum of money which she receives yearly at the Exchequer for the expenses of her Household, of the shrievalty of Cornwall, and of all the king's castles, towns, manors, lands, and tenements in the county of Cornwall, according to an extent thereof, with the hundreds, views of frankpledge, liberties, free customs, knights' fees, advowsons of churches, religious houses and hospitals, &c. as the king holds them, and that she may have all fines, ransoms, and amercements of all the men and tenants thereof, and all forfeited issues, and all that pertains to the king from year, day, and waste, from forfeitures and murders, &c. and that she may receive the same by the hands of the sheriff, and by extracts thereof of the justices in eyre in the said county, or by extracts of the Exchequer, to be delivered to the sheriff, and that she may have the chattels of felons and fugitives, and that if for his fault any man, or tenant of the said manors, &c. ought to lose life or limb, or shall become a fugitive, or be unwilling to stand his trial, or shall commit any other default for which he ought to lose his chattels, those chattels shall be to the queen and it shall be lawful for her, or her ministers, to make seizure thereof and retain them to her use without hindrance by the sheriff or the king's ministers. Nevertheless the sheriff of the county shall answer at the Exchequer for the king's debts to be levied in the county so long as the queen shall hold the shrievalty. By K.

August 4. Nottingham.

As Doffus de Bard', Roger Ardyngelli and Dinus Forcinetti, of the society of the Bardi of Florence, king's merchants, have on the king's behalf satisfied Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, in the sum of 3000l. viz. in 2500l. which the earl paid on the king's behalf in parts beyond the seas to John de la Moliere, and in 500l. in which the king was for other matters bound to the earl, out of which sum of 3000l. the king has assigned them a charge for 2000l. on the custom of wools, hides, and wool-fells in the port of Kyngeston-upon-Hull, the king now grants that they may receive the remaining 1000l. out of the custom on wool, hides and wool-fells in the port of London, after they shall have received certain sums in which he is bound to them and which he has assigned to them out of the said custom. By K.

August 4. Nottingham.

Promise of repayment before Michaelmas to Doffus de Bard', Roger Ardinggelli, Francis Balduch' and Dinus Forcinetti, king's merchants, of the society of the Bardi of Florence, of 1100 marks, which they delivered as a loan into the king's treasury by the hands of J. bishop of Ely.

July 16. Nottingham.

Inspeximus and exemplification of letters patent, the originals having been burnt, dated at Linliscu 1 December 30 Edward I, by which the late king granted to Peter Dun and William Billing, on account of their good service on the testimony of John Butetourte, the bailiwick of the forestership of Rowardyn, which is within the metes of the forest of Dene, to hold during good behaviour therein. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 31.

July 27. Nottingham.

Safe-conduct, until All Saints Day, for the nuncios, whom Gauselinus Johannis, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, and Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, staying within the realm, are sending to Scotland on the business of the church of Rome. [Fœdera.]

July 27. Nottingham.

Licence for Aline, late the wife of Hugh Fizheir, tenant in chief, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance. By K.

July 30. Nottingham.

Writ de intendendo for Richard atte Pole and William atte Pole, whom Stephen de Abyndon, king's serjeant, the butler, has appointed during his pleasure to be his deputies in the port of Kyngeston-upon-Hull.

July 29. Nottingham.

Licence for the prior and convent of the Holy Trinity, Eston by Burbach, to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements and rents to the value of 10l. a year. By K.

July 28. Nottingham.

Protection with clause for one year for Henry de Plukeleye going to Gascony on the king's service.

July 26. Nottingham.

Grant for three years to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Thomeworth of pavage upon all wares for sale brought into their town. By fine of 2 marks.

August 3. Nottingham.

Presentation of Nicholas de Deen to the church of Hyntlesham, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the resignation of Thomas de Foxton, the late rector. By K. on the information of Hugh le Despenser the elder.

August 2. Nottingham.

Grants to Hugh le Despenser the younger and his heirs of the manor of Glapthorne, co. Northampton, which Gervase Avenel and Joan, his wife, and Douegal de Fyf', son of the said Joan, held of the inheritance of the said Joan, and which with their other lands was forfeited to the king because they lately adhered to his Scotch enemies. By p.s.

August 3. Nottingham.

Grant for life to John de Wysham, on account of his good service to the late king, of 200 marks a year, to be received out of the farm of the castle of St. Briavels and out of the bailiwick of the forest of Dene, to hold until the king shall provide him with lands for his life to that value. By K.

Sept. 20. York.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to make allowance for that sum to the said John de Wysham, who holds the castle and bailiwich of the king's grant subject to rendering a certain sum every year at the Exchequer.

August 1. Nottingham.

Appointment of Francis, count of Lavagna (Lavania), nephew of Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, to be of the king's Household for ever and to wear his livery. By K. on the information of Anthony Pessaigne.

August 1. Nottingham.

Pardon of that which pertains to the king of the under-mention imprisonment and deceit to Simon de Creppyng [es], who lately impleaded John le Neweman before the justices of the Bench of a messuage, 6 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow and 3 acres of pasture in Saxthorpe and recovered them after repeated defaults by the said John before the said justices by judgment of the court, and afterwards the said John alleging in Court before the same justices that he had not been summoned in the suit, or view of the tenements made, and that the tenements had not been taken into the king's hands as is customary, obtained a writ de deceptione against the said Simon, of which deceit he was convicted before the justices and adjudged to prison, where he is detained. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton.

August 3. Nottingham.

Grant to Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, to whom the king had previously granted the custody of two parts of the lands and tenements, late of Robert son of Ralph, which by the death of the same and the death of Ralph the father, tenant in chief, were taken into the king's hands and by reason of the minority of the heir of the said Robert are in his hands, viz. as well within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham as without, to hold until the full age of the said heir rendering yearly at the Exchequer the extent of the lands and tenements, as a further favour that he may hold the custody of the said two parts together with knights' fees, advowsons of churches, &c. to the full age of the heir. By p.s.

John de Hastynges, staying in England, has letters nominating Walter Curteys his attorney in Ireland for three years.

John son of John de Hastynges, executor of the testament of John de Hastynges, has like letters nominating the same Walter Curteys his attorney in Ireland for three years.

Simple protection, for one year, for Otto son of William de Grandissono going beyond the seas.

August 4. Nottingham.

Appointment, during pleasure, of W. elect of Cashel, to the office of chancellor of Ireland. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to Roger de [Mortuo] Mari of Wygemore, keeper of the land of Ireland, the king's lieutenant there, to admit the elect to that office and to cause the seal for the said office to be delivered into his custody.

Grant to Stephen de Abyndon, king's serjeant, the butler, that so long as he shall be butler, he can order ministers to serve under him in his office, and at his will remove such ministers and appoint others in their place, for whom he shall answer, as shall seem best for the king's honour and profit. By p.s.

August 1. Nottingham.

Licence for the prior and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Lichefeld, to acquire in mortmain lands and tenements to the value of 10l. a year.

August 2. Nottingham.

Grant to William de Monte Acuto, steward of the Household, on account of his good service to Edward I, and to Elizabeth his wife and their heirs, of all the lands and tenements late of William de Karliolo and his wife, which they have forfeited by reason of their adherence to the king's Scotch enemies, together with knights' fees, advowsons of churches, &c. By p.s.

August 4. Nottingham.

Whereas the king lately granted to John de Sandale, now bishop of Winchester, executor of the testament of Henry de Lacy, sometime earl of Lincoln, and to his co-executors the issues accruing from the custom on wools, hides and wool-fells in the port of Kingeston-upon-Hull to hold until they shall be satisfied for certain debts in which the king is bound to them, and as Doffus de Bard', Roger Ardingelli and Dinus Forcinetti, king's merchants, and others of the society of the Bardi of Florence have on the king's behalf satisfied Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, in 3000l. viz. : in 2500l. which the earl paid for the king in parts beyond the seas to John de la Molier, and in 500l. due to the earl for other cause, the king wishing to satisfy the merchants in the said sum of 3000l., with the assent of the said executors grants that they may receive 2000l. as well out of the said custom as out of the increment of 10s. for eack sack of wool, and 10s. for each last of hides, and 10s. for every 300 wool-fells to be exported by foreign and strange merchants, and of half a mark for each sack of wool, and half a mark for each last of hides and half a mark for every 300 wool-fells exported by native merchants from the said port to be received as an impost until a certain time for the king's use, so that when the said merchants of the society shall have received the said 2000l. out of the issues of the said custom and said impost in that port, then the custom shall revert to the executors to hold according to the king's grant previously made to them; the part of the king's seal, which is called the' coket' in the said port shall remain in the custody of the attorney of the merchants until they shall have been satisfied as above set forth. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the collectors of the said customs in the port of Kingeston-upon-Hull to delivered all moneys which are in their hands and which they shall hereafter levy to the said merchants, or to Peter Bonejuncte and John Boilet their attorneys, for which an allowance will be made to them in their account at the Exchequer.

August 4. Nottingham.

Pardon to John de Wetheresfeld of the under-mentioned imprisonment, provided he submit to the other penalties contained in the statute. He had in the court of King's Bench, as the attorney of Petronilla, daughter of Roger le Botiller, in a certain writ of entry which she had brought in that court against Simon son of William for 60 acres of land, 7 acres of meadow, and 6 acres of alder grove in Wetheresfeld, been convicted in that he had falsely and in deceit procured one John le Whelwright under the name of the said Simon to be present there and upon the said petition to answer that he was prepared to surrender the tenements to the said Petronilla, and on that account he was adjudged by the justices to the prison of the Flete, to remain there according to the form of the statute. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton.

July 26. Nottingham.

Protection and safe-conduct directed to the king's bailiffs and lieges in Glaumorgan and Morganou in Wales, for one year, for John Giffard of Wynewardestowe, Robert de Prestesbury and William de Ty, whom John Giffard of Brimmesfeld, late keeper of those lands, is sending there to levy certain debts and ransoms from the men of those parts, which are in arrear from the time when he held the custody thereof, and also to audit the accounts of his bailiffs and ministers for the same time, and to received and carry away his goods and chattels which are in the castles and lands of Glaumorgan and Morganou; every assistance is to be given to them at their request.

August 5. Nottingham.

Pardon to Adam son of Jordan de Chernok of his insurrection with Adam Banastre against the king, and also of divers felonies committed by him. By p.s.

August 2. Nottingham.

Pardon to the prior and brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland for appropriating in the time of the late king, without his licence or that of the present king, the churches of Grennach, Kilschanny, and Ferscheth, and the vicarage of the church of Mora in the diocese of Cloyne, the vicarage of Adynho in the diocese of Cork, and the church of Balingar' in the diocese of Cashel, which are of their advowson. By K.

August 17. Somerton.

Grant, during pleasure and so long as the manor and houses shall be in the king's hands, to John Knokyn, king's yeoman, of the manor of Portele and the houses in Hereford, late of Master William le Hore, which have been seized into the king's hands, for the arrears due to him for the time in which the said Master William was chamberlain of North Wales. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Master John Walewayn, escheator on this side Trent for the delivery thereof.

The like to the sheriff of Hereford.

MEMBRANE 30.

July 16. Nottingham.

Writ of aid, until the first day of January, for Ralph Spray, king's yeoman, whom the king is sending to purvey necessaries for the kitchen of queen Isabella to be paid for out of her Wardrobe. By K.

The like for the under-mentioned purveyors, viz.—

Ralph de Wendovere for the poultry.

Stephen Peek for the pantry.

Ranulph de Litbirkes for the buttery.

Richard de Redynges for the scullery.

John de la Marche for the saucery.

Peter de Hertford for the office of the avenary.
William de Kenyngton
Nicholas le Pestour for the pantry.
Alexander de Norhamton
Hugh de Astele for the kitchen.
John de Wysbergh

John Cosyn for the poultry.

Hugh de Lyncestre for the scullery.

William de Brideport for the chamber and hall.
John Russel

Robert de Danehurst for the Marshalsea.

August 4. Nottingham.

Appointment of Doffus de Bard' to be of the king's Household and company and to wear his livery; he is to enjoy the privileges and favours which others of the king's Household and company ought to use. By K.

Protection and safe-conduct, for two years, for Doffus de Bard', whom the king wishes to retain in his Household and company and livery, going beyond the seas, and also for his servants and the men of his company. By K.

August 2. Nottingham.

Grant to Adam de Breton of Ireland and his heirs, on account of his good service, of all lands and tenements late of John son of John de Boneville in Obargy in the county of Catherlagh in Ireland, which by reason of the rebellion of the said John, because he adhered to the king's Scotch enemies in Ireland, as an escheat have fallen into the king's hands, together with the reversions of the dowers, lands, and tenements, which Joan late the wife of John de Boneville, father of the said John, holds of his inheritance in Obargy, whenever the same shall fall in, together with woods, mountains, wastes, waters, fisheries, marshes, meadows, feedings, pastures, and all other things pertaining to those lands, to hold subject to the usual services. By K.

July 16. Nottingham.

Lately in the grant of the tenth in aid of the Scotch war made in the province of York, the clergy of the archdeaconry of Richmond, because many of their benefices and the temporalities annexed to the spiritualities in that archdeaconry had been laid waste by the attacks of the Scots, granted a tenth of their benefices and temporalities according to their then value and not according to the taxation of the tenth hitherto current. The king wishing to be certified of the true value of the benefices and temporalities, viz. how much they were worth at the time of the grant, that the tenth may be levied for his use according to that grant, commands the archdeacon of Richmond, or his official, to enquire into the true value of all benefices and spiritualities, which were hitherto accustomed to be taxed, viz. how much they were worth at the time when the tenth was granted and to cause them to be taxed at that rate, and to cause the collectors of the tenth to be present at such taxations that they may be able to levy the taxations for the king's use as they ought; the archdeacon and his official are to send the taxations, when they shall have been fully made, to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer together with the writ. By C.

August 6. Nottingham.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Oseneye to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements, and rents to the value of 10l. a year. By p.s.

August 9. Newark.

Licence for the prior and convent of Shelford to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements, and rents to the value of 20l. a year. By p.s.

Because it was testified to king Richard II by certain extents in his possession, that those letters had been lost and that the prior and concent had not acquired anything under this licence, he, on 14 October, 6 Richard II, granted to them licence to acquire lands &c. to the value of 20l. a year, and therefore this enrolment was cancelled.

August 4. Nottingham.

Licence for John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, to demise to farm for the term of his life his towns of Staunford and Graham, which he holds for life of the king's inheritance. By p.s.

August 11. Somerton.

Exemption for life of Robert Beaupel, the elder, from being put on assizes, juries, and recognitions; and from being made sheriff, coroner, or other bailiff, or minister of the king against his will. By p.s.

August 3. Nottingham.

The king, who thought fit to retain Bartholomew de Badelesmere by him for the benefit of his counsel, and in consideration of certain burthens beyond those which the said Bartholomew was bound to bear yearly in his service, granted to him a fee of 1,000 marks a year, now on account of the expenses incurred by him in going to the court of Rome and elsewhere on his service, and wishing to do him a favour in the payment of his said fee, grants that he may receive 4,000 marks of his said fee for four years out of the issues of the first fruits of void benefices in the realm reserved by the Pope for a certain time, out of the half year of that time, which first fruits the Pope granted to the king, if the same be sufficient for the purpose, and if not, then the king will make good the deficiency out of other issues. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and the chamberlains of the Exchequer.

Grant to John de Hothum, bishop of Ely, in consideration of his good service in going to Ireland on the king's business and of the expenses incurred by him when staying as the king's envoy at the court of Rome and returning from thence, of 2,000 marks of the king's gift beyond that which he received by prest for his expenses in such business, to be received out of the issues of the first fruits of void benefices, as above. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer.

August 15. Somerton.

Grant to Adrian de Flisco, king's kinsman and clerk, of the archdeaconry of Cliveland in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter of York.

August 16. Somerton.

Grant to Giles de Bello Campo, on account of his good service and to enable him to continue the better in the king's service, of 40l. a year, to be received by the hands of the sheriff of Warwick out of the issues of his bailiwick, until the king shall provide the said Giles with lands, or rents to that value for his life. The king had previously granted to him the like sum out of the sum of money which the executors of the testament of Guy de Bello Campo, late earl of Warwick, tenant in chief, rendered at the Exchequer for the earl's lands and tenements, in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir, which were in the custody of the executors of the king's grant, but subsequently the king took the custody from them and granted it to Hugh le Despenser the elder to hold until the full age of the heir. By p.s.

August 18. Lincoln.

Grant to John de Foxle for 120l., which the king owes to him for his wages and robes and which are in arrear from the time of the king's coronation, of the custody of a moiety of the manor of Estbriggeford, co. Nottingham, and a moiety of the manor of Saxeby, co. Leicester, held in chief, which Roger le Brabazon, deceased, held for his life of the inheritance of Beatrice, sometime his wife, and which by reason of his death and the minority of Thomas de Multon, kinsman and heir of Beatrice, are in the king's hand, and which are extended at 17l. 13s. a year, to hold until the full age of the heir. By p.s.

August 18. Lincoln.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Ralph de Monte Hermerii, keeper of the forest on this side Trent, for Robert de Baryngton to hold 40 acres of waste in the forest of Dene, which he had acquired in fee without the king's licence from Elias de Blakeneye, who held them in chief, to him and his heirs by rendering at the Exchequer for each acre 2d. a year; the said 40 acres of waste, measured by the perch of the forest, are inclosed by metes and bounds viz. : in length by the wood of Mayllescoyt from a place called' Hunstety' to Wybaltonesbrok and Brodeleywey, and in breadth from the grove of Henry le Carter to Godefrayesok and Croysrode, and which on account of the trespass had been taken into the king's hands: with restitution of the same. By fine of ½ mark.

August 15. Somerton.

Grant to Simon de Monte Acuto of the prebend of Bogethorpe in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter of York.

August 25. Lincoln.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Nicholas Sauvage to the custody of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisance of debts for the city of York.

August 24. Lincoln.

Presentation of Master John Walewayn to the church of Lampadervaur in Wales, in the diocese of St. Davids. By p.s.

August 22. Lincoln.

Grant to Master Richard de Clare of the deanery of Wymburne. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Dorset to induct him therein.

August 26. Lincoln.

Pardon of outlawry to Nicholas brother of William son of Simon son of Robert lately convicted before Roger de Cubbeldyk and Nicholas de Bolyngbroke, justices of oyer and terminer, of a trespass committed against John Fyn of Sutton at Sutton in Holand, because he could not be found, who was outlawed in the county of Lincoln, provided he surrender at the prison of Lincoln.

Oct. 1. Lincoln.

Ralph, abbot of St. Victor, staying beyond the seas has letters nominating Richard Maheu and John le Provost his attorneys for two years. By the Chancellor at the instance of William de Monte Acuto.

Sept. 1. Castlethorpe.

Presentation of Thomas de Hothum to the church of Skorburgh, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Henry de Percy, tenant in chief. The letters are directed to Master William de Melton, provost of Beverley, or his vicar-general. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 29.

August 6. Nottingham.

Mandate to the collectors in the port of Southampton of the increment of the custom upon wools, hides and wool-fells to pay over the same to Bernard le Fauconer, the attorney of the merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, to whom the king had made an assignment upon the customs in part satisfaction of his debts to them, the said Bernard having been nominated for that purpose by Roger Ardingelli, a merchant of that society. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

The like to the collectors and controller in the port of London of the custom upon wool, hides, and wool-fells to pay over all moneys accruing from such custom to Datinus Belynzoni, a merchant of the said society, who has been appointed their attorney for that purpose. [Parl. Writs.] By K.

August 6. Nottingham.

Grant to Doffus de Bard', Roger Ardingelli, Francis Balduch' and Dinus Forcinetti, and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, that they may export their own wool free of the new increment, but paying the old custom of half a mark. [Parl. Writs.] By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the collectors of the increment in the port of London. [Parl. Writs.]

The like mandate to the collectors in the ports of Boston, Kyngestonupon-Hull, and Southampton. [Parl. Writs.]

Marginal note.—See on the appended schedule for the same.

MEMBRANE 29.—SCHEDULE. (fn. 1)

August 6. Nottingham.

Grant to Duffus de Bard', Roger Ardingelli, Francis Balduch' and Dinus Forcetti and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, because in his necessities the king had found them well disposed to him, that they shall be quit of the impost upon wool for their own wools which they export from the realm: they are not to be harassed in any manner for the non-payment of the increment, provided they pay the old custom. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance on their behalf directed to the collectors of the custom in the port of London.

The like to the collectors of custom in the ports of Kingston-upon-Hull, Boston and Southampton.

Sept. 12.

Memorandum. Other letters of the same matter were sealed at another time, and afterwards on 12 September were changed under that form, and the said merchants promised the Chancellor to return the former letters to be cancelled by him.

August 7. Nottingham.

Pardon to David de Breghen, knight, of Scotland, of all manner of felonies and trespasses committed by him as well within the realm as elsewhere. By p.s.

August 9. Shelford.

The prior of Bath, staying in England, has letters nominating Nicholas de Weston and Robert de Stokes his attorneys for two years.

Aug. 4. Nottingham.

Grant to Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to hold until the full age of the heir, of the custody of two parts of the manor of Hildeburghworth, co. Norfolk, which were late of Thomas de Kailly, deceased, tenant in chief, and which by reason of the minority of the heir are in the king's hands. By K. on the information of Bartholomew de Badelesmere.

Mandate in pursuance to Master John Walewayn, escheator beyond Trent.

Aug. 14. Somerton.

Safe-conduct, until All Saints Day, for Master Andrew Sapiti coming to England on business.

Aug. 1. Nottingham.

Exemption for life for William le Deveneys from being put on juries, assizes, or recognitions; and from being made sheriff, coroner, or other bailiff, or minister of the king. By K.

August 18. Somerton.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for John, bishop of Winchester.

August 17. Somerton.

Mandate to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk, justice of North Wales, for the restitution of the temporalities of the priory of Pristoll to Matthew Cogh', a canon of that house, whose election as prior thereof Anian, bishop of Bangor, has confirmed. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo for the prior directed to the knights, free men, and other tenants of the house.

August 20. Lincoln.

Safe-conduct, until All Saints Day, for the abbot of Cokersand going to the general chapter of his Order to be celebrated at Premontre in parts beyond the seas.

Writ de intendendo for one year for John son of Gervase de Donecastre, whom J. bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, is sending to divers parts to purvey victuals for his sustenance and that of the king's clerks in the Chancery.

August 10. Somerton.

Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent, dated 10 February 19 Henry III, granting, after inquisition, that the men of the soke of Waltham shall be quit of suits of counties, and wapentakes, view of frank-pledge, and murder, as it was found by inquisition that they were in the time of Alan son of the earl and of other of their lords before the war between King John and his barons of England. By p.s.

August 28. Lincoln.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Ralph de Fenton, chaplain, of 5 marks of rent and a rent of two hens in Naburne by Fulford to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily for his soul and the souls of his ancestors and of all Christians in the cathedral church of St. Peter, York, at the altar of St. William. By fine of 5 marks.

August 30. Lincoln.

Grant during pleasure to John le Bere of Nottingham of the custody of the king's prison of the town of Nottingham, to hold in the same manner as others have held that custody and by doing to the sheriff of Nottingham that which pertains to him. By p.s.

August 26. Lincoln.

Mandate, upon complaint by the proctor-general of the house of St. Anthony, Vienne, for the arrest of all persons, who falsely representing themselves to be proctors of that house collect money, chattels and other goods throughout England, Wales and Ireland.

August 30. Lincoln.

Mandate, until Easter, to the king's purveyors that they are not to take any corn or other victuals bought for J. bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, by his servants from Ralph Clement, chaplain, late farmer of the church of Styvelingflete, co. York.

August 27. Lincoln.

Licence for John de Sancto Johanne to grant to Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, for life, the manor of Staunton St. John, held in chief. By K.

July 3. Towcester.

Grant, at the request and in consideration of his good conduct, to Robert de Sapy and Aline his wife that they may enclose, as much as they are able, of the king's marsh of Pevenese, which is inundated by the flow of the tide and is in the tenancy of no person, and that they may hold the same so enclosed for their lives by rendering yearly to the king a pair of gilt spurs at the feast of St. John the Baptist, with reversion upon their deaths to the king; they are further to satisfy queen Margaret, if any thing therein pertains to her. By p.s.

Sept. 5. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Seleby by Henry Irewys of Seleby of 3 messuages and 34 acres of land in Seleby, which are held of the abbot and are worth in all issues according to their true value 20s. a year, as appears by an inquisition made by Robert de Sapy, escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence granted to them to acquire lands, tenements and rents to the value of 28l. a year. Licence also for the re-grant of the same to him for his life.

August 29. Lincoln.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de la Beche of 11 acres and 3 roods of land in Yatingdene to William de Harlaston, parson of the church of Yatyngdene, in exchange for 9 acres of land in the same town.

Sept. 2. Barton-upon-Humber.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Henry de Benyngworth, subdean of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, of a rent of 6l. in the city of Lincoln and the suburb thereof to the dean and chapter of the said church for the sustenance of certain poor persons and also of a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in their church for the soul of the said Henry and the souls of his ancestors and of all Christians. By fine of 100s.

Sept. 5. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Langetoft, chaplain, of 3 messuages in York to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Peter, York, for his soul and the souls of all Christians. By fine of 5 marks.

Sept. 7. York.

Simple protection without clause, for one year, for John de Wandelesworth, clerk.

Writ de intendendo for Ralph de Kirtillington appointed in the ports of Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Hertepol, Scardeburgh, and Kyngeston-upon-Hull to act as his deputy and during his pleasure by Richard le Mareschal, king's serjeant, the pantler (panetarius), to whom the king has granted the office of gauger throughout the realm.

Sept. 9. York.

Mandate to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor, keeper of Ireland, to deliver to Nicholas de Balscote and Thomas de Pessulano, king's clerks, or one of them, in the name of the elect of Dublin, the temporalities of the archbishopric of Dublin, which the king has restored to Master Alexander de Bykenore, late a canon of the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, whose election as archbishop, the royal assent having been first granted thereto, the Pope has confirmed, and to whom the king has granted a respite to a certain time to do fealty. By K. on the testimony of Bartholomew de Badelesmere.

The like mandate to Master John Walewayn, escheator beyond Trent, to deliver the temporalities of the archbishopric of Dublin to the said elect, or to the said Thomas in his name.

MEMBRANE 28.

July 27. Nottingham.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Hugh de Courteneye and John de Stonore on complaint by Hugh de Audeley the younger that Thomas, abbot of Bokland, and John de Brixton, Richard de Knolle, Walter de Cliflond, William de Bremmore, William de Corf', and Thomas de Somerton, his fellow monks, Richard Woleward, Roger Pipercorn, John Ponfald, James le Bakere, Nicholas le Bakere, Robert Sherpberd, Richard de Mewy, Geoffrey Stoyl, John de Wotton, Thomas de Cokkesworthy, Walter Lavender, John Coterel, William de Loueworth', Richard de Bremmore, John Repe, Richard Crek, Reginald de Oldelond, William Gy, Nicholas de Loueworth', Ralph de Gotetorre, Eudo de Bedokesworth, William de Godeneshole, Richard Bagge, John de Horshate, Walter de Horsyate, Robert Attar of Adelak, Richard de Crepetorre, John de Lodertorre, John Denysh of Denecombe, John de Rekenham, William de Crepetorre, and William son of Agnes Atte Holk, and Richard his brother, entered his free chace of Dertemore, co. Devon, hunted therein without licence, carried away his deer and assaulted his men and servants. By K.

The like to the same justices on complaint by Serlo Seliman that Thomas, abbot of Bokland, with brother John de Brixton, &c. assaulted him at Lydeford, co. Devon, took him to Bokland, and detained him for a long time in prison there. By K.

The like to the same justices on like complaints against the said abbot and the above-named persons by the following complaints, viz.—

William Pund'.

Richard Seyngetyl.

Geoffrey de Babenay.

Robert Attar Bothele, the younger.

John de Middelcote.

Walter atte Ford.

Richard atte Halle.

Adam de Luwedon.

Robert Bren.

John de Renewych.

John son of John le White.

Robert le Proute.

Walter de Pynho.

Robert Pynho.

Richard Syneger.

Walter Lybard,' fforester.'

Robert Pote.

William de Wrey.

William Oldesbrom.

John son of Elias de Wogheby.

John Oldesbrom.

Richard de Bennebrugge.

Johel Boye.

Henry Odyn.

John Polard.

William Wylberd.

Edward de Hextenesworth'.

Hugh de Wynford.

John Bronnyng[es].

Gregory de Bremstoute.

August 3. Nottingham.

The like to William son of William, Richard de Wylughby, and Ralph de Crophille on complaint by Gervase de Clifton and his tenants of Wyleford that the keepers of the king's castle of Nottingham have made trenches and dykes through their meadows at Wyleford and caused the water of the Trent to be diverted in divers places without its right and ancient course through such trenches and dykes, whereby their meadows are often submerged; and also they dig and take turves and place them in obstruction of the wears, trenches and dykes, whereby the complainants lose the profits of their lands, meadows and pastures. By C.

August 12. Somerton.

Appointment of John de Brantyngham and Richard de Donecastre, as the king is in need of money for divers weighty matters, to supervise the summonses of the Exchequer of certain debts to be levied for the king's use in the county of York; also to command the sheriff and bailiffs of liberties in that county, which have the return of such writs, that they cause such debts to be levied without delay. The commissioners are to certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer thereof on the morrow of Michaelmas next.

Mandate in pursuance directed to the sheriff of York and the bailiffs of liberties to obey the said commissioners.

August 12. Somerton.

Appointment of the same commissioners to enquire by oath of good men of the county of York what sums of money were levied in the said county, from what towns, and by whom, in whose hands the moneys are, and how much from each town, as the earls, barons, free men, &c. of the county in the Parliament at Lincoln, in the quinzaine of St. Hilary 9 Edward II, granted to the king in aid of the war with Scotland from each town, cities and boroughs and the king's demesnes excepted, a foot man armed at the expense and in the wages of each town to remain in the king's service for sixty days, and the king understands that, although he afterwards remitted such costs and wages, the same were levied in the county. The commissioners are to certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer as above.

August 21. Lincoln.

Commission to John de Neirnuyt, John de la Haye, and Geoffrey de la Lee to enquire touching the persons, who with John Corbyn, Richard and William his brothers and William Oliveresman, lately committed divers offences at Sleperesdene, co. Buckingham, and who wander about committing felonies, to the terror of the people, through the counties of Buckingham, Hertford, Essex, Kent, Surrey, Middlesex, Southampton, Bedford, Oxford, Berks, Wilts, Gloucester, Norfolk, and Suffolk: the commissioners are to arrest John Corbyn and his accomplices and commit them to prison. By p.s.

August 10. Somerton.

Simple protection, for one year, for Master Edmund de London, parson of the prebendal church of Brightling.

He also has the like protection as prebendary of the prebend of Norton in the church of St. Mary, Norton.

The like for the under-mentioned persons, viz.—.

The prior of Bretton Monachorum.

Adam de Berewyk, vicar of the church of Thorpe Arches.

Robert de Milington.

Gilbert de Sandale, prebendary in the collegiate church of Langecestre.

Adam de Hurreworthe.

William de Ergum.

Roger de Shirburne, clerk.

The prior of Watton.

Robert de Killum.

The abbot of Holmcoltran.

John de Ellerker, clerk, a member of the king's Household.

The prioress of Munketon Monialium.

Alexander de Bastingtwhayth.

William le Barber of Heselingfeld.

Ranulph de Albo Monasterio.

Roald de Richemund.

The prior of Cameringham.

Adam de Holcote, parson of the church of Southdalton.

Hugh Batessone of Donecastre.

John de Helbek.

John de Hemelseye.

The prior of St. Leonard's by Staunford.

Robert de Brompton, master of the hospital of Northalverton.

William de Besyngby, chaplain.

Adam de Blida, prebendary of Bilton in the church of York.

Thomas de Shirburne, vicar of the church of Crambum.

Henry de Westmerland, vicar of the church of Grenton.

William de Pikeryng, parson of the church of Foston by Kirkham.

William de Popelton, parson of the church of Corby.

Matilda late the wife of Brian son of Alan.

Richard de Insula, parson of the church of Hothum.

William son of Richard de Knaresburgh.

The abbot of St. Mary's, York.

Master William de Brampton, parson of the church of Kirkeby Raveneswath.

MEMBRANE 28.

John Wyseman, master of the hospital of St. Sepulchre by Hedon.

Thomas le Nedler, citizen and merchant of York.

William de Beverlaco, parson of the church of Wellewyk.

The prior of Gisburne.

John de Creppyng[es].

John Hogge of Wrytelyngton.

John de Insula.

Sept. 1. Caisthorpe.

Protection and safe-conduct for Roger de Boticombe and others, whom the king is sending to the town of Derlington to bring to the city of York certain goods of Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, deposited in that town.

The like until All Saints Day for Edmund de Dymeton, king's clerk, chamberlain of North Wales, who is going to make purveyance of tin and steel for the works and munition of the king's castles in North Wales in the markets of Boston and elsewhere.

Sept. 4. York.

Writ of aid for one year for Peter de Guldeford whom the king is sending to make purveyance for the office of the chandler.

MEMBRANE 27.

Sept. 5. York.

Confirmation and Inspeximus, the statute of mortmain notwithstanding, of the deed of Thomas de Luda, canon of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, sealed with his seal and that of J. bishop of Lincoln, by which he made an ordinance for a chantry at the altar of the Holy Trinity in the chapel of St. Mary, Louth, for his own soul and the souls of William his father and Margaret his mother, and his brethren and benefactors, and of all Christians, and also of his grant in frank almoin, made with the king's licence, to William de Tetford, chaplain, of 6 messuages, 20½ acres of land, a moiety of an acre of meadow, and 18s. 4d. of rent in Louth to hold to him and his successors celebrating divine service daily at the altar according to the above ordinance.

Sept. 9. York.

Licence for the Prioress and nuns of Ermittwayth to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements and rents to the value of 10l. a year. By K.

Sept. 6. York.

Pardon to William son of John Bard of Butterwyk for acquiring, without licence of the late or present king, to him and the heirs of his body a messuage, 4 tofts and 20 bovates of land in Osgodby by Scardburgh from John Bard of Butterwyk, who held of the late king as of the honor of Albemarle. Licence for him to hold the same to him and the heirs of his body with reversion failing such issue to the said John and his heirs. By fine of 40s.

August 27. Lincoln.

Appointment, during good behaviour, of John Griffoun to the custody of the gate of the castle of Norwich, with the usual fee. By p.s.

Sept. 10. York.

John de Carru, staying in England, has letters nominating William de Bayton and John le Waleys his attorneys for one year.

Sept. 10. York.

Licence, at the request of queen Isabella for the abbot and convent of Blanchelande in Normandy, to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements and rents to the value of 10 marks a year. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

Sept. 8. York.

Safe-conduct for Stephen de Faleyse, whom queen Isabella is sending to divers parts of the realm to carry to her robes and other necessaries of her Wardrobe: he is to be supplied with carriage if required. By K.

Sept. 11. York.

Protection for one year for Simon de Driby, to whom the king has committed during pleasure the custody of the lands and tenements in Hundmanby, late of Thomas de Cailli, in his hands by reason of the minority of the heir, and also for all tenants of the said lands, their men, lands, goods, rents, and possessions. Nothing is to be taken of the corn, &c. By K.

The like for the said Simon and the tenants of the manor of Ripon and of the lands, tenements, towns and hamlets of the neighbouring parts, which pertain to the archbishopric of York, void and in the king's hands.

The like for the said Simon and the tenants of the manor of Beverley and for the lands, &c. of the neighbouring parts, which pertain to the archbishopric of York.

Sept. 8. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Robert de Pikering, dean of the church of St. Peter, York, of the advowson of the church of Styvelingflet to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily for the souls of the king, his progenitors and heirs, and also for the souls of the said Robert and his heirs and of all Christians, in a chapel of St. Mary, which he intends to found at Bouthum by York, where the prior and friars of the Carmelite Order of York had been accustomed to dwell. Licence also for the same chaplain to appropriate the said church for the sustenance of himself and of two other chaplains celebrating divine service there for the said souls and of the poor staying there according to the ordinance of the said Robert. By K.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, and otherwise in the month of December in the twelfth year.

Sept. 11. York.

Grant as a further favour of all the goods and chattels, which belonged to William de Karliolo on the day he joined the Scots, and which for that reason are forfeited, to William de Monte Acuto, steward of the Household, to whom and to Elizabeth his wife the king, in consideration of his good service to Edward I, had already granted all the lands and tenements which the said William de Karliolo and his wife held within the realm on the said day, as well of his inheritance as of hers, to hold to him and his wife and his heirs together with knights' fees, advowsons of churches, &c. By p.s.

Sept. 8. York.

Safe-conduct for three years for Blaise de Sene, king's merchant, passing through the realm with his merchandise to trade.

Sept. 9. York.

Appointment of Simon de Friskenade, king's serjeant, to require all earls, barons, knights and others, who are going by summons of the king to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, to be there by the Exaltation of the Holy Cross, for service in the parts of Scotland against the king's Scotch enemies, passing through the town of Boroughbridge (de Ponte Burgi) to go to the king at York, where he is staying, and to remain there with the king until further order touching their journey to the North. They are to obey the said Simon in this matter, and an allowance will be made to them for the time they shall spend at York, as if they were at Newcastle-upon-Tyne on the said service. By K.

Sept. 10. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the friars of the Augustinian Order of York by Geoffrey de Hothum of a messuage in Kingeston-uponHull, and by John de Wetwange of a plot of land in the same town, containing two hundred and five feet in length and one hundred and fifteen feet in breadth, for the construction of an oratory for the celebration of divine worship and houses for their habitation. By K.

Sept. 10. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Holmcoltran by Richard de Thoresby of a messuage in Carlisle, and by Ralph Flour of a messuage and 30 acres of land in Crofton by Thoresby. By fine of 2 marks.

Sept. 12. York.

Exemption for life for Nicholas le Flemmyng of York from being put on juries, assizes, or recognitions; and from being made mayor, coroner, verderer, forester, or other bailiff or minister of the king; and also from taking up military arms: further that he may hold his houses in the street of Conynestrete by the house of the Augustinian Friars in the city of York quit of livery of stewards, marshals, or other ministers of the king or of justices in eyre and of all others. By K.

Sept. 12. York.

Safe-conduct until Easter for Walter le Keu of Lincoln and Henry Rudbudel, burgess of Durdrech, whom William count of Hainault, Holand and Seland and lord of Friesland, has sent to England as his envoys and attorneys.

Sept. 12. York.

Grant to John Bele of the parish of St. Mary de Castro (parochia Sancte Marie de Castello) in the Island of Gerneseye, of that which pertains to the king of the forfeiture of lands, &c. He had lately been pardoned by the king suit of peace for a robbery of two wethers, which Perota sometime his wife had committed and for which she was hanged, and for which according to the custom of the Island he abjured the same, whereby for such abjuration his lands, tenements, goods and chattels were forfeited to the king. By p.s.

Sept. 16. York.

Presentation of Robert de Cave to the church of Oxcoumbe, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Roger de Scoter, tenant in chief.

Sept. 14. York.

Grant to Gilbert de Stapelton of the archdeaconry of' Berkshire' in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Salisbury. By K. on the information of Roger Damory.

Mandate in pursuance to the bishop of Salisbury.

Grant to the same Gilbert de Stapleton of the prebend of Graham Borealis in the church of St. Mary, Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Salisbury. By K. on the information of Roger Dammory.

Mandate in pursuance to the bishop of Salisbury.

Sept. 15. York.

Grant to Henry Beaufiz and his heirs, in consideration of his good service to the late king, of the reversion of all the lands and tenements in Westlangedon, co. Kent, late of William de Clambergh, which Henry le Taillur holds for life of the grant of Edward I. By p.s.

Sept. 16. York.

Grant, until a year after Michaelmas, at the instance of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to Conrad Clippyng, and Herman his brother, merchants of Almain, of exemption from arrest for their goods brought within the realm on account of any trespasses or debts, unless for their own trespasses or for debts, whereof they are either principals or sureties. By K. on the information of the earl of Pembroke.

August 28. Lincoln.

Licence for the prior and convent of Wroxton to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements and rents to the value of 100s. a year. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 26.

Sept. 12. York.

Neapolius, prebendary of Bokingham in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating Henry Fikeys and Nicholas son of Michael de Spalding his attorneys for three years.

Sept. 11. York.

Grant to Douenald de Mar, king's yeoman, of the custody of the lands and tenements, late of James de Perers, tenant in chief, in the king's hands by reason of the heir being a minor, to hold during the minority together with the marriage of the heir. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Master John Walewayn, escheator beyond Trent.

Grant to the same Douenald de Mar of that which pertains to the king of the marriage of Ela, late the wife of James de Perers, tenant in chief, viz. of any fine she may make for such marriage, or of any forfeiture which she may incur. By p.s.

Sept. 12. York.

Licence for John de Sudleye to demise at farm, for a period of five years, to Thomas de Verdon and Henry de Praers 20l. of rent in his manor of Dersete, co. Warwick, which is held in chief. By K.

Licence for John de Sudleye to demise at farm to whomsover he will 80l. of land and rent in his manors of Dersete and Chelverscote, co. Warwick, and Lenche, co. Worcester, which are held in chief. By K.

Sept. 14. York.

Grant to William de Rude, king's serjeant, whom the king lately appointed to be one of the collectors of custom in the port of London and who is staying continuously with the king, attending to his business, whereby he is unable to exercise his office personally, that so long as he is engaged on the king's business he may employ a competent substitute, for whom he shall answer. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo in pursuance for Peter de Heyes, the substitute of William de Rude in the port of London.

Sept. 8. York.

Acknowledgement that the dean and chapter of the church of St. Peter, York, have delivered as a loan 200 marks by the hands of Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, for the expenses of the Household, which sum the king promises to repay out of the tenth lately granted by the clergy of the province of York in aid of the war with Scotland. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

Sept. 15. York.

Presentation of Simon Dayville to the church of Shappewyk in the diocese of Salisbury. By p.s.

Sept. 16. York.

Grant to the merchants and burgesses of Ypres, after relation of the confirmation and inspeximus of the charter granted to them by Henry III, and the confirmation thereof by Edward I, and the present king, that they shall not be harassed for any trespass or acts of violence committed upon any men or merchants of the king or upon other persons during the late affair between his subjects and the men and merchants of Flanders, and that their goods and merchandise within the realm shall not be arrested contrary to the tenor of their charter and the confirmation thereof, but that they may in safety with their goods enter, tarry in and depart from the kingdom. By K. and C.

Sept. 20. York.

Presentation of Richard de Someredeby to the church of Berkeswell, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief. By K.

Sept. 19. York.

Grant to Master Peter Fabry, king's clerk, the Pope's notary, on account of his good services to the king, of which the king has been informed by William de Monte Acuto, steward of his Household, and others, of a pension of 25 marks a year to be received at the Exchequer at Westminster at Michaelmas each year until the king shall provide him within the realm with a suitable ecclesiastical benefice, which he shall think fit to accept. By p.s.

Sept. 20. York.

Exemption for life, at the request of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, for Roger de Seleby of York, from being put on assizes, juries, or recognitions; and from being made coroner, mayor, bailiff, verderer, forester or other minister of the king. By K.

Sept. 20. York.

Licence, at the instance of queen Isabella, for the prioress and nuns of Munketon to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements, and rents to the value of 10l. a year. By K.

Vacated because surrendered, for on 5 February 4 Henry IV. the prioress and nuns acquired lands and tenements to the value of 20s. in full satisfaction thereof, and therefore these letters were cancelled and destroyed.

Sept. 20. York.

Grant to Martin de Fishacre of that which pertains to the king of the marriage of Joan, late the wife of Matthew de Trethak, tenant in chief, viz. the fine for the marriage, or any forfeiture that she may incur. By p.s.

Sept. 18. York.

Grant to John de Mowbray, under certain conditions contained in an indenture, whereof the one part is retained in the Wardrobe and the other is in his hands, of the town and borough of Scardeburgh, co. York, together with the liberty of the town and borough, which are for certain reasons in the king's hands, to hold for life in satisfaction of lands or rents in the said county, of the value of 100l. a year, which the king granted to him for life according to the said indenture. If, however, the king shall restore the said liberty to the burgesses of Scardeburgh, John de Mowbray shall receive by the hands of the burgesses for his life, the 91l. a year due to the king for the farm of the town, and the king and his heirs will cause him to be satisfied for the remaining 9l. a year in other suitable places within the said county. By K.

Writ de intendendo in pursuance directed to the bailiffs and good men of Scardeburgh.

Sept. 20. York.

Grant for life to John de Penreth, discharged from the rent of 6 marks a year to which it was subject, of that waste in the forest of Englewode, co. Cumberland, which he lately rented for life from Robert de Umframville, whilst keeper of the said forest, at the king's pleasure subject to that rent, viz. the waste called' Braythawayt' lying between these metes and bounds, viz. Selywra and Lyndebeck, his land in the said forest of the one part, and the river Ive of the other, and a close of John de Hartcla called' le Hegheved' towards the North and the close of Thomas de Hoton, which is called' Hoton Langthwayt' and his own pasture called' Skelton Langthwayt' towards the South. By K. on the information of Bartholomew de Badelesmere.

Sept. 4. York.

Simple protection with clause nolumus, until Christmas, for John de Shupton and Agnes his wife, who are brewing ale for J. bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, and others of the Chancery.

Sept. 20. York.

Safe-conduct, until the feast of St. Margaret the Virgin, for John de Shupton, citizen of York, going to divers parts of the realm to buy corn to bring it to the city of York for the sustenance of J. bishop of Winchester, the chancellor, and his household, and the clerks of the Chancery.

Sept. 24. York.

Safe-conduct, during pleasure, for Master Rigaud (Rigald) de Asserio, canon of Orleans, professor of Civil Law, the nuncio, whom Pope John XXII. is sending to England, Ireland and Wales, and also for the subcollectors and ministers whom he shall appoint to act for him. [Fœdera.]

Sept. 25. York.

Assignment to John de Mowbray, to whom the king is bound in the sum of 500 marks, of 300 marks to be received out of the farm of the town of Bedeford, and 200 marks out of that of the castle and honor of Knaresburgh, in full payment of the above sum. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the bailiffs of the town of Bedeford.

The like to the keeper of the said castle and honor.

Licence for Geoffrey Lescrope to crenellate his dwelling place of Cliftonupon-Yore, co. York. By K.

Grant to Roger Damory, and Elizabeth his wife, the king's niece, of the castle of the Salmon Leap in Ireland with its knight's fees, advowsons of churches, &c. to hold for their lives with remainder to the first-born son of the said Roger and Elizabeth for his life, with subsequent reversion to the king and his heirs. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemor, keeper of Ireland, to deliver to them the castle with its armour, victuals, &c.

Writ de intendendo for them directed to the knights, free men, and other tenants of the castle.

MEMBRANE 25.

Sept. 20. York.

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for Thomas Seintclere and James le Curer, the servants whom Gaucelinus, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, is sending to divers places to buy corn and other victuals for his household.

Sept. 20. York.

Protection, for one year, for certain burgesses of the town of Berwickupon-Tweed, going to divers parts of the realm and also to France to purchase corn and other victuals and to carry the same to Berwick for the provisioning of that town; the burgesses have letters, under the common seal of the town and under the seal belonging to the office of the chamberlain there, testifying that they have been appointed to do so. Further they have given sufficient security that they will not carry such provisions elsewhere or to the king's enemies. By K.

Inspeximus and confirmation of the under-mentioned charters and inspections, viz.—

Sept. 13. York.

I. Charter by which Ranulph, sometime earl of Chester, granted all the land which he held in Tiwe with its capital messuage and the donation of the church there, excepting the land late of Hugh de Colonciis in that town, to John de Pratellis, for his homage and service, to hold to him and his heirs by the service of a fourth part of a knight's fee; witnesses, earl Hugh de Laci (Hugone Comite de Laci), Philip de Orreby, Thomas Dispenser (Dispensario), Walter de Coventre, Hugh Malebille, Norman Pantull', William de Verdun, Alvred de Suluigni, Henry Murdach, Henry Dispenser, Hugh Dispenser, Thomas Dispenser, Philip del Bye, William de Venables, Warin de Verun, William the Butler (pincerna), the steward of Mold (sen' de Monte Alto), Thomas the Clerk (clerico), Payn de Chaurc[iis] and others.

II. Inspeximus by king John of the above grant by Ranulph earl of Chester to John de Pratellis of his land, &c. in Twide; witnesses, J. bishop of Norwich, elect of Canterbury, P. bishop of Winchester, Josceline, bishop elect of Bath, G[eoffrey] son of Peter, earl of Essex, W. Mareschal, earl of Pembroke, W. earl of Arundel, Peter de Stokes; given by the hand of Hugh de Well', archdeacon of Wells, 4 April, 7 John. [Rotuli Chartarum, p. 163.]

III. Charter of John de Pratellis of Twede Magna, kinsman and heir of the said John de Pratellis, dated at Tywe Magna, Monday after St. Luke the Evangelist 32 Edward I, by which he granted to Ralph de Pratellis his son and Alice daughter of William Joce of Thorncot, and their heirs his manor of Tiwe Magna with all its buildings, &c., his fisheries as well several as common, all services and customs of his free tenants in the town of Tiwe, with all rents, &c.; witnesses, Hugh de Barton, Robert de Craunford, Robert le Botiller, Adam de Humber, William Foukes of Shipton, Richard de Quuxle, Rod [mund] de Linham, Nicholas Broun, the younger, Edmund de Dene, and others. By fine of 20s.

Sept. 24. York.

William de Wegland having lately impleaded Thomas Tanour of Lincoln and Hilary his wife of a trespass against him before Roger de Cubbeldik and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer, and the said Thomas and Hilary having been convicted and sentenced to imprisonment, the King because Thomas Tanur is staying on his service in the castle of Norham pardons them the imprisonment, &c. By K. on the information of John de Haustede.

Sept. 24. York.

Safe conduct at the instance of Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, and Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, and others, for Thomas, earl of Lancaster, his followers and adherents; neither they nor their goods are to be arrested or seized : if any arrest or seizure shall take place contrary to the protection, the person or goods shall be released. [Parl. Writs.] By K. and C.

Sept. 25. York.

Protection for Nicholas de Segrave, an adherent of the earl of Lancaster; he is not to be molested contrary to the foregoing safe-conduct. [Parl. Writs.] By K. and C.

August 5. Nottingham.

Licence, at the request of queen Isabella, for the alienation in mortmain by Simon de Drayton of 100s. of land and rents in his manor of Drayton, held in chief, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary, Lufwyk, for the souls of all Christians. By p.s.

Sept. 24. York.

Power to Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, and Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, to liberate any followers or adherents of the earl of Lancaster, who have been arrested. [Parl. Writs: Fœdera.] By K and C.

Sept. 22. York.

Grant to Oliver de Burdegala and Matilda his wife, to whom the king had granted 100 marks a year to be received at the Exchequer until he should provide them for life with land and rents to the like value, in part satisfaction thereof, that the manor of Neuton Harecourt, co. Leicester, which Philip de Hardeshulle and Amicia his wife hold for her life of the grant of queen Eleanor, shall upon the death of the said Amicia remain over to them for their lives to the value of so much a year of the said 100 marks as it shall be found, by an extent to be made thereof, to be worth in all its issues. By p.s.

Sept. 25. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Horsleye of a messuage, 100 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow, and 20s. of rent in Lynsheles, and Alwenton to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Nicholas in his manor of Aldensheles for his soul and the souls of his ancestors and all Christians. By K.

Sept. 28. York.

Grant during pleasure to Robert de Insula of Chepchesse, in aid of his sustenance, of 20 marks a year to be received at Whitsuntide out of the custom of wool, hides, and wool-fells in the port of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. By p.s.

Sept. 26. York.

Grant during pleasure to Robert de Reymes, in aid of his sustenance, of 10l. a year to be received at Whitsuntide out of the custom of wool, hides, and wool-fells in the port of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. By p.s.

Sept. 28. York.

Appointment, until All Saints Day, of Gilbert de Risshton and Thomas de Neubigging to purvey for the king's use 100 quarters of wheat, 100 quarters of malt, and 100 quarters of beans in the parts of Holdernesse.

By K. on the information of the Steward.

Sept. 27. York.

Grant to Giles de Ispania, king's yeoman, of the houses at La Forde without London, which the king holds of the gift of Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with reversion failing issue to the king. By p.s.

Sept. 30. York.

Writ of aid for Roger Catur, master of the ship called 'la Blithe' of Westminster to select 40 able seamen (marinarios sufficientes et defensabiles) to man his ship with. By K.

The like for the undermentioned masters, viz.—

Henry de Newehithe, master of the ship called 'la Godyere' of Westminster.

Richard atte Wose, master of the ship called the 'St. Leonard' of Westminster.

Writ of aid for John de Leycestre, serjeant at arms, whom the king has appointed to select seamen to man the ships, the St. Leonard of Westminster, la Godyer of Westminster and la Blithe of Westminster, viz. 40 able seamen for each.

Grant to Nicholas Isambardi de Longa Villa of the prebend of Apesthorpe in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By K.

Mandate in pursuance for the same Isambard to the dean and chapter of York.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, and otherwise below for another.

Sept. 30. York.

The king, having lately granted during pleasure the custody of the castle and manor of Malton to John de Moubray, to whom he commanded Robert de Sapy, escheator on this side Trent to deliver the same, and being informed that certain ill-disposed persons occupy the castle and do not permit delivery of seisin thereof, commands the sheriff of York to take with him, if necessary, the entire posse of his county and in person to approach the castle and manor and to cause all such evil disposed persons to be removed : further he is without delay to deliver the castle and manor to John de Moubray. By C.

Sept. 28. York.

Grant during pleasure to the nuns of Ermynthwayt, co. Cumberland, on whom much loss has been inflicted by the king's Scotch enemies, in relief of the state of their house of sufficient pasture for their beasts in the forest of Inglewode. By p.s.

Footnotes

  • 1. This schedule is missing; it has been printed in Parliamentary Writs, Vol. II, Division II. Appendix, p. 117.