1318, membranes 32, 31, 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20

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MEMBRANE 32.

1318. July 9. Northampton.

Further grant during pleasure to Edmund de Wodestok, the king's brother, to enable him to meet his many expenses, of the manor and town of Somerton, with the hundred, the warren, and pasture of Kingesmore, co. Somerset, to the value of 94l. 6s. 8d., and of the manor of Camel with its park, co. Somerset, to the value of 60l. a year. By K.

July 10. Northampton.

Grant as a further favour to the king's said brother of all issues of the said manors, town, hundred, park and pasture, from the date of the death of queen Margaret, and also of all corn growing in the lands of the manors, oxen, plough cattle, and other animals, &c. being therein. By p.s.

July 11. Northampton.

Grant to Edmund Bacun, in consideration of a fine of 100l. made by him, which sum the king has assigned to John de Hastingges, executor of the testament of John de Hastingges, to whom the late king was indebted in that sum, of the marriage of Thomas son and heir of Nicholas de Sancto Mauro, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody, and in case of the death of the said Thomas unmarried, then of the marriage of his next or other heir. By K.

July 10. Northampton.

Pardon to John de Kingeston for acquiring in fee, without licence, 100 acres of wood and 3s. of rent in Norrigge, co. Wilts, from Margaret Sturmy, tenant in chief. By fine of 1 mark.

July 11. Northampton.

Ralph de Eu, count of Eu, and Joan, his wife, staying beyond the seas, have letters nominating Nicholas del Atre and Thomas de Ponte Fracto their attorneys for four years.

They have like letters in Ireland in the same names.

July 10. Northampton.

Simple protection with clause nolumus, until All Saints Day, for Master Gilbert de Middelton, archdeacon of Northampton.

July 11. Northampton.

Roger, prior of Little Malverne, staying in England, has letters nominating Nicholas de Chaddesleye, his fellow monk, and Peter Clement, his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

July 9. Northampton.

Writ of aid for Stephen de Abyndon, king's serjeant, going to the town of Boston to buy wines for the king's use, which wines are to remain in the custody of the merchants and of the bailiffs of Boston, until the merchants, or others on their behalf, shall come to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, the treasurer, to obtain the price thereof, who will satisfy them therein. By K.

The like for Richard de la Pole going to the town of Kyngeston-upon-Hulle.

July 10. Northampton.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter by which Simon de Pinkeni son of Henry de Pinkeni granted to the nuns of Sewardesley (de Seuuardelia) for his soul and the souls of his ancestors the rent of 4s. which they rendered for the four virgates of land, which Robert de Pynkeni, his grandfather, granted to them in the town of Esseby, to the end that they may hold the said land in frank almoin; witnesses, Sir John de Hulecote, Ralph de Wedune, Henry Gubiun, William de Paveli, William de Atrio, Ralph de Atrio, William de Plimtune, Alan de Tyfeld, Hugh son of Robert, William Caperun, Walter Gibuyn, William de Clervaus, Simon de Burgo, Richard de Attunestune, Robert de Plimtune, Alexander de Bosco, and others. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

July 12. Northampton.

Pardon to John le Ferrour of Grantham for acquiring in fee, without licence, from John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, tenant in chief, 4 shops, one stall (seldam), a plot of vacant land containing twelve feet in length and twelve in width, 70 acres of land, and 13½ acres of meadow in Grantham and common of pasture for his animals in the several pasture (in separali pastura) of the said earl in that place; licence for him to hold the same by rendering 4l. 2s. 10d. a year to the earl for his life, and upon his decease to the king and his heirs. By fine of 20s.

July 10. Northampton.

Licence for Hugh de Mortuo Mari to grant his pourparty of the manor of Sturministre Marshal, co. Dorset, held in chief, viz. 120 acres of land, 16 acres of meadow, 8 acres of wood, 20 acres of pasture, 4l. of rent a year, a fourth part of the profits from pleas and perquisites of court, and from the emends of the breach of the assize of bread and ale, and a fourth part of the hundred of Louseburgh, in the same county, to Cecily de Bello Campo and her heirs, in exchange for her pourparty of the manor of Luton, co. Bedford, also held in chief, viz. a messuage, 80 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 9 acres of wood, 2 acres of several pasture, 30s. of rent, and a moiety of a mill and of the profits from the market and court of the said manor, and a sixth part of the mills of Neubury, co. Berks. By K.

July 10. Northampton.

The like licence for Cecily de Bello Campo to carry out such exchange. By K.

July 12. Northampton.

Pardon to John son of Alexander de Flenton, chaplain, of his abjuration of the realm, which he on being charged with the larcency of cloth to the value of 3s. 2d. at Colecestre, made at the church of St. Mary at the Walls (de Muro), Colchester, whither he had fled.

July 16. Northampton.

The abbot of Langonet, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating Roland de Langonet, his fellow monk, and John de Tuttebury, a monk of Louth Park, to be his attorneys for seven years. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

July 14. Northampton.

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for Robert de Donecastre, king's yeoman, who is charged by the steward of the Household and by the keeper of the Wardrobe to harbour the horses of the king's stable and to make purveyance of hay and litter for them out of the king's money, to be paid within eight days of making such purveyance; nevertheless under colour of such purveyance he is not to take anything in the fee of the church against the liberty thereof. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

The like for the undermentioned purveyors, viz.—

Henry de Oldyngton, of hay, oats, and litter, &c. for the office of the king's Marshalsea.
Thomas de Melhale,
Thomas de Stok[es],
Richard de Northden,
Walter de Haruwe.

July 15. Northampton.

The abbot of St. Mary's, Montebourg, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating John Tondu and Stephen Josep his attorneys for four years. By fine of 40s.

July 16. Northampton.

William de Camville, staying in England, has letters nominating Adam le Mareys, and John Routh his attorneys for two years.

July 14. Northampton.

William, abbot of Citeaux, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating John de Oxonia and John de Bentele his attorneys for three years. By fine of 40s.

July 12. Northampton.

Licence after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, late escheator on this side Trent, for the prior and convent of Ely to grant a messuage, 80 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, and 4s. of rent in Meldeburne and Royston (villa de Cruce Roesie) held in chief, to George de Burwell, vicar of the church of Meldeburn, for his life. By fine of 40s.

July 15. Northampton.

Licence for Robert de Holand to crenellate his dwelling place of Baggeworth, co. Leicester. By K.

Protection with clause, for one year, for John Wogan, staying on the king's service in Ireland. By K.

MEMBRANE 31.

July 8. Northampton.

Presentation of William de Bathele to the church of Yakesle in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Thorneye in the time of the late king. By p.s.

July 12. Northampton.

Inspeximus and comfirmation of letters patent [French] of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, the king's brother, dated 25 December, 1317, granting, with the advice and assent of Guy Ferre, Baldwyn de Manoirs, Giles de Trumpyngton and Thomas de Sheffeld, steward of his lands, to Peter Bordet the custody of the serjeantry before the justices of the King's Bench. By K.

July 10. Northampton.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de la Rode, clerk, to the abbot and convent of Shrewsbury of an acre of ground in Petton, and the advowson of the chapel of Petton; licence also for them to appropriate the chapel. By fine of 100s.

July 10. Northampton.

Simple protection, without clause, until Michaelmas, for Ranulph de Charum.

July 11. Northampton.

Licence for Robert de Monte Alto and Emma his wife, who hold the manor of Whaddon, held in chief, in dower of the said Emma of the inheritance of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, that they may grant to John Giffard of Whaddon, to hold to him and his heirs for the life of the said Emma, 30 acres of waste in the said manor, so that he may enclose the same and reduce it to cultivation; licence also for the earl of Ulster to grant his reversion in the said 30 acres, upon the death of the said Emma, to the said John and his heirs to hold from him by the usual services. By K. on the information of Walter de Norwyco.

July 16. Northampton.

The abbot of Langonet, staying beyond the seas, has letters nominating Roland de Langonet, his fellow monk, and John de Tuttebury, a monk of Louth Park, to be his attorneys for seven years. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

July 12. Northampton.

Licence for Hugh de Louthre to crenellate his dwelling place of Wythehope in Derwentefelles, co. Cumberland. By K.

July 10. Northampton.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Spaldyng by Clement de Hatfeld, vicar of the church of Pyncebek, and Peter de Hatfeld of a messuage, 9 acres of land, and 3 acres of meadow in Obthorpe and Thurleby, held of the said prior and convent, and which are worth in all their issues 2s. a year, as appears by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, escheator on this side Trent, in part satisfaction of a licence granted to them to acquire lands and tenements to the value of 20l. a year.

July 13. Northampton.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for the envoys of R. count of Flanders, coming into the realm to treat of the losses suffered by the men of Flanders and the king's subjects. [Fœdera.]

July 16. Northampton.

Protection and safe-conduct for the same time for merchants and others of Flanders coming into the realm to trade. [Fœdera.]

July 15. Northampton.

Licence, at the request of queen Isabella, for Laurence de Pavely to enfeoff Ralph, parson of the church of Pyry, of his manors of Pyry and Hoghton, held in chief as of the honor of Peverel, as appears by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, escheator on this side Trent, and for the feoffee to regrant the same to the said Laurence for his life, with remainder to Robert, son of the same Laurence and his heirs. By K.

July 13.Northampton.

Safe-conduct until Christmas for Siglaf Susse, burgess of Lenne and for a ship, called la Godiere of Gernemuthe, which he is sending to Norway for masts (pro malis) and other goods to be brought from thence into England. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

July 15. Northampton.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent, for the alienation in mortmain by John Godhyne of Marlebergh of a messuage, 60 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, and 20s. of rent in Berton by Marlebergh to the prior and canons of the house of St. Margaret by Marlebergh to find a canon to celebrate divine service daily in their church for the soul of the grantor, and the souls of his father and mother and of all Christians; the said messuage, land and rent are held in chief by the service of [rendering] every year 8s. and 4 capons of the price of 8d., and of doing suit at the court of Berton by Marlebergh every three weeks. By fine of 10 marks.

July 12. Northampton.

Licence for the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, to crenellate their abbey, which is without the city of York, but is contiguous thereto, provided that the wall to be constructed between the abbey and the wall of the city shall not exceed 16 feet in height and shall not be crenellated. By K.

July 12. Northampton.

Acknowledgement that the king has received as a loan by the hands of Robert de Barton, king's clerk, keeper of the king's victuals at Carlisle, from J. bishop of Lincoln, in the name of Pope J [ohn] XXII. the sum of 100l. out of the tenth for six years for the general crusade collected in the city and diocese of Lincoln, with promise of repayment within five years.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. By K.

The like for L. bishop of Durham for 100l. collected in the city and diocese of Durham.

Vacated as above.

July 18. Northampton.

Licence for Aymer de Valencia, earl of Pembroke, to grant in fee, or to demise for life, to whomsoever he will, his manor of Shelford, co. Cambridge, held in chief. By K.

July 16. Northampton.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Walter de Wogan to hold pleas following the justiciary in Ireland, with the usual fee. By K.

July 17. Northampton.

Grant for life, at the instance of Thomas, earl of Norfolk and Marshal of England, the king's brother, to Roger de Trusseley, hermit, of the hermitage of Clipstone in Shirewode with the crofts and all other profits pertaining to the same. By p.s.

July 29. Northampton.

Protection with clause nolumus, until Easter, for John de Faudon, Peter de Faudon, Roger de Faudon and William de Faudon.

MEMBRANE 30.

July 12. Northampton.

Acknowledgement that the king has received 100l. by the hands of Robert de Barton, king's clerk, the keeper of victuals at Carlisle, from the prior of St. Katherine's without Lincoln, a sub-collector of the tenth in the diocese of Lincoln imposed by Pope John XXII. on the clergy of England and granted to the king for the hosting for the war in Scotland, out of the arrears of the said tenth. By K.

July 20. Northampton.

Appointment during pleasure of Anthony de Lucy to the superior custody of the city of Carlisle to keep the city against the attacks of the Scots. By K. on the information of the Treasurer.

Writ de intendendo in pursuance for him directed to the mayor, bailiffs, &c. of the city of Carlisle.

July 20. Northampton

Pardon to Richard Hervy for acquiring in fee, without licence from William de Echyngham, 6 messuages, and 120 acres of land in Friston, co. Sussex, held in chief, as of the honor of L'Aigle (de Aquila), which is in the hands of queen Isabella, as appears by inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, escheator on this side Trent; with restitution of the same. By fine of 40s.

July 16. Northampton.

Pardon to Thomas son of Salomon de Littlewode of his outlawry in the county of Kent for non-appearance before Hervey de Stanton and his fellows, justices in eyre in the county of Kent, to answer for the theft of 3 swine from William le Grey, whereof he was indicted, provided he surrender at the prison of Canterbury. By K.

July 20. Northampton.

Pardon to William de Marny of his breach of the king's park of Haule, co. Suffolk, and of his hunting therein without licence. By p.s.

July 22. Northampton.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, late escheator on this side Trent, for John de Ringewode, clerk, to grant to John de Clyve and Alice his wife and their heirs 48 acres and 3 roods of land in Horishawe and Caluheye in the forest of Clive, held in chief at a certain rent to be rendered every year at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Northampton. By fine of ½ mark.

July 20. Northampton.

Grant for a further period of four years, in extension of a previous grant for three years, to Alice la Paumere of pontage for the repair of the bridge of Hethebeth upon all wares for sale brought across it into the town of Nottingham, and also for the repair of any bridge to be built between the said bridge and the land towards Gameleston; the proceeds of such pontage to be applied to that purpose by view and testimony of Hugh de Estapelford and Robert del Lond', burgesses of Nottingham. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton.

July 20. Northampton.

Grant to the priors and friars of Wytham and Henton, of the Carthusian Order, in amplification of the exemption from all manner of aids, tallages, &c. granted to them by the late king, of exemption from any tenth or other imposition, which may be imposed by the Pope on the clergy of England and be granted to the king. By K.

July 26. Woodstock.

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for Andrew de Grantham, whom J. bishop of Ely, the chancellor, is sending to divers parts of the realm to purchase goods for the office of the poultry.

July 20. Northampton.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John Fillol to the prioress and convent of Clerkenewell of his reversion in a rent of 40s. in Manekesye, which Joan daughter of the said John and Katherine her sister hold for their lives, which rent is held in chief as of the barony of L'Aigle (de Aquila) as appears by an inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, late escheator on this side Trent. By fine of 40s.

July 29. Northampton.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for John de Pulteneye and John de Hernestede, citizens and merchants of London, going with goods to divers parts of the realm to trade.

July 20. Northampton.

Pardon to the mayor and citizens of Dublin, who, during the late invasion of Ireland by the Scots and fearing that they might draw night to the city to besiege it, had for the safety of their city levelled and burned the suburbs, of that which pertains to the king for having so levelled and burned the suburbs. By K.

Pardon to the said mayor and citizens of Dublin for having seized and carried away, to provision their city in case of being besieged by the Scots, the animals, corn and other victuals of many men dwelling near Dublin. By K.

July 29. Northampton.

A. archbishop of Dublin, staying in England on the king's service, has letters nominating John de Dene and William de la More his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Aug. 1. Northampton.

Pardon to Richard Dammory of all trespasses of vert and venison committed by him as well within his bailiwick of the forest of Whitlewode, which he holds of the king's grant, as elsewhere. By K.

July 29. Northampton.

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for John de Mereworth, king's yeoman, charged by the steward of the Household and the keeper of the Wardrobe, to purvey necessaries for the office of the pantry. Nothing in the fee of the church is to be taken contrary to the liberties thereof.

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

Roger Pate, for the pantry.
William de Mildenhale,
William de Pirye, for the buttery.
John Pecok, serjeant, for the office of the Hall.
John de Aula, yeoman,
John de Carleford, serjeant, for the chamber.
Robert Romayn, serjeant, for the kitchen.
John Goldeneigh, serjeant,
Robert de Hemelhampstede, serjeant, for the poultry.
Robert de la Welde, yeoman,
John de Somery, serjeant, for the scullery.
William de Watford, yeoman,
Master Richard le Saucier (Salsarius), serjeant, for the sausery.
William de London, yeoman,
Richard Fristelyng, serjeant, for livery of the king's horses.
John de Sancto Albano, yeoman,

Aug. 1. Northampton.

Appointment of Roger de Birthorpe, in consequence of Walter de Wogan, lately appointed by the king to hold pleas following a justiciary in Ireland, being detained in Wales on the king's service, to hear and determine such pleas until the said Walter's arrival in Ireland. By K.

Licence for William de Warrewyk to re-enfeoff John de Hastynges, to hold to him and his heirs, of the manor of Castle Obewy (de Castro Obewy) and Killeban in Ireland, held in chief, which the said John lately granted to him. By p.s. [4828.]

Northampton.

Restitution, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, late escheator on this side Trent, to the abbot and convent of Brunne of 6 bovates of land and two parts of a messuage in Morton and Hermthorpe, held in chief, which Everard Cut, sometime abbot of Brune, acquired in fee in the time of king Henry III, without the licence of the said king or of Edward I, from Ralph de Morton, and which for that trespass was taken into the hands of Edward II. By fine of 100s.

July 20. Northampton.

Grant to Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wyggemor, in part satisfaction of the sum of money in which the king is bound to him for the time in which he was keeper of the land of Ireland and lieutenant of the king there, of the marriage of Thomas, son and heir of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody, to the value of 1600 marks, and in case of the death of the said Thomas unmarried, then of the marriage of successive heirs. By K.

MEMBRANE 29.

July 20. Northampton.

Presentation of John de Langeton to the church of All Saints, Dorcestre, in the diocese of Salisbury.

July 20. Northampton.

William de Berdefeld and Katherine, his wife, staying in Ireland, have letters nominating Robert Marchaunt and John de Kirkeby their attorneys for two years.

July 14. Northampton.

Pardon to Adam de Radeclive of his outlawry for non-appearance in the Court of King's Bench when appealed of rape by Isabella, late the wife of Adam de Castelford. By K.

The like for John de Radeclive. By K.

The like for Adam de Hyndelegh. By K.

July 24. Woodstock.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Wodehous, king's clerk, to be a baron of the Exchequer in the place of Ingelard de Warle, late a baron thereof. [Parl. Writs.] By p.s.

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

July 30. Northampton.

Writ of aid, until All Saints Day, for Giles de Tholosa, charged by the steward of the Household and by the keeper of the Wardrobe to make purveyance of hay, oats, litter, &c. for the king's Marshalsea. Nothing is to be taken of the goods of clerks or laymen against the will of the owner, unless the purveyor at once renders the true value thereof to the vendor, or receives a respite from him; nor shall a purveyor take any thing of the fee of the church contrary to the liberty thereof. By K. on the information of William de Monte Acuto.

July 30. Northampton.

Grant, for life, to Henry de Badewe (or Badwe), on account of his good service, of the office of the constableship of the castle of Dublin in Ireland, with the usual fee. By K.

July 26. Woodstock.

Licence for Richard de Luches to crenellate his dwelling place of Chiselhampton, co. Oxford.

July 29. Northampton.

Protection and safe-conduct, until Easter, for John de Faudon going throughout the realm on his own business. By C.

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

Peter de Faudon, Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.
Roger de Faudon,
William de Faudon.

July 30. Northampton.

Simple protection for one year, with clause nolumus, for John de Hales.

The like for the undermentioned persons, viz.—

Robert del Halle of Norwich.

John le Forester of Stonystretford.

Master Henry de Clyff', dean of the collegiate church of Thameworth.

Stephen de Wychyngham.

The prior of Holy Island (de Insula Sacra).

Master Richard de Ganio.

Master John de Sandale, canon of the church of Suthwell and prebendary of Normanton in the same church.

Nicholas de Stapelton.

John Cosyn, of Norwich.
Thomas de Cokefeld
John Flynt, the elder, of Norwich.
Richard Berte,
Peter de Bumsted,
Master Henry de Goldingham, parson of the church of Chartham.
Stephen de Thorntoft, parson of the church of Tyveresholt.
Master Roger de Heselarton, parson of the church of Quixle.
The prior of St. Leonard's without Staunford.

Aug. 1. Northampton.

Grant for life to William le Baud of liberty to hunt and take, without hindrance of the king's bailiffs, the fox, the hare and cat within the metes of the forest of Essex, fence time excepted; and also the warrens of the king and of others excepted. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton.

July 25. Woodstock.

The king, on 21 November 1314, sold to Bartholomew de Badelesmere for 1000 marks paid at the Exchequer the custody of the under-mentioned lands and tenements, late of Payn de Tybetot, tenant in chief, then in his hands by reason of the minority of John son and heir of the said Payn, viz. the manor of Thorpe, co. Leicester, extended at 16l. 17s. 5¼d., the manor of Barkeston in the same county extended at 73s. 8d., the manor of Eston, co. Lincoln, extended at 11l. 19s. 7d., the manor of Merston in the same county extended at 52s., the manor of Strethall, co. Essex, extended at 11l. 3s. 2½d., to hold until the heir reached his full age, together with the marriage of the heir, or in case of the death of the said heir, whilst a minor and un-married, to hold until the heir, had he lived, should attain to full age, together with the marriage of the next heir, and should the said Bartholomew lose the custody by reason of the next heir being of full age, or married, the king would grant him a due recompense for such loss. Afterwards Thomas de Veer and Agnes, his wife, late the wife of the said Payn, in five weeks of Easter 10 Edward II, sought to recover against William Sampson a third part of the manor of Bentele, the advowson of the church of Arkeseye, co. York, excepted, which as dower is extended at 41l. 15s. 11¼d. as the reasonable dower of the said Agnes out of the free tenements in Benteleye, late of the said Payn, whereupon the said William vouched to warrant the said heir, a minor in the custody of Bartholomew de Badelesmere, and produced a writing of the said Payn made to him containing such warranty, whereupon the said Bartholomew did not say why the said Thomas and Agnes ought not to have her dower and with licence he should render the same to them. Upon which judgment was given that the said William should hold his land in peace and that the said Thomas and Agnes should have dower out of the lands of the heir in the custody of the said Bartholomew. In satisfaction whereof the king now grants to Bartholomew de Badelesmere a third part of the manor of Benteleye in the king's hands by reason of the death of the said William and of the minority of his heir to hold by name of dower in form above-said. By K.

Aug. 2. Northampton.

Grant for five years to the mayor, bailiffs and good men of the city of Cork of pavage, pontage and quayage upon all wares for sale brought, either by land or water, into their city. By K.

Aug. 1. Northampton.

Appointment for life of Richard de Yerdele to be one of the two foresters who keep the king's hays of Shrubbe and Pokesle in the forest of Whitlewode. By K.

Aug. 3. Northampton.

Writ of aid for John Dathy (de Athy), the admiral and captain of the ships and mariners, whom the king is sending against the Scots in the West, appointed to levy mariners to man such ships. By K.

July 31. Northampton.

Notification to J. bishop of Lincoln of the revocation of the presentation, made in the belief that the church of Acle in the diocese of Lincoln was void, of Gilbert de Ebor[aco], king's clerk, to that church, as it appears that William de Wrotham, whom the late king presented to the church of Brehull, in the same diocese, and to the said church of Acle, which are united, is still living. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherelton.

Writs close were also made thereof. [See Calendar of Close Rolls.]

Notification to the bishop of Bangor of the revocation of the presentation, made in the belief that the provostship to which the king had lately presented Ralph de Wyndesore was void, of Edmund de Dynyeton, king's clerk, to the provostship in the church of Holyhead (de Castro Kubii) in the diocese of Bangor, as it appears that the said Ralph is living. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton.

July 28. Northampton.

Restoration, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, late escheator on this side Trent, to Robert Baynard, to hold to him and his heirs to the end of the undermentioned term, of the moiety of the manor of Bathele, co. Norfolk, and the advowson of the church of that manor, which he had acquired, without licence, from Roger de Fraxinis, tenant in chief, for a term of forty years, and which for that trespass had been taken into the king's hands; the said moiety and advowson were held at the date of their acquisition of the king, by reason of the manor of Fakenhamdam being in his hands, by the service of rendering 100s. a year to the king. By fine of 1 mark.

Aug. 8. Leake.

Presentation of Hugh de Sengham, chaplain, to the church of St. John, Ivelcestre, in the diocese of Bath and Wells.

Aug. 10. Leake.

Presentation of William de Wyd ngton to the church of Acle in the diocese of Lincoln. By K.

Presentation of Thomas de Cheddeworth to the church of Thernyng, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Walter de Mollesworth, tenant in chief.

Aug. 11. Nottingham.

Presentation of William de Nuttele Alba to the provostship in the church of Holyhead (de Castro Cubii) in the diocese of Bangor. By p.s.

Grant to William de Nuttele Alba, king's clerk, of the provostship of the king's free chapel of Holyhead (Castri Cubii). By p.s.

Aug. 11. Nottingham.

Notification of the revocation of the collation of Robert de Clipston to the hospital of St. Leonard, York. By K.

Aug. 13. Northampton.

Grant for life to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, of the custody of the hospital of St. Leonard, York. By K.

Aug. 14. Nottingham.

Licence for Richard de Grey of Codenoure to grant his marsh called 'Westwyk' in his manor of Hoo, co. Kent, held in chief, to the value of 18 marks a year, and 22 marks of rent in the same manor, to be received at the hands of the tenants there, to Robert de Shirland to hold for his life. By K.

MEMBRANE 28.

Aug. 9. Leake.

Grant for three years to Edmund, earl of Arundel, for the repair of the bridge of Moneford, co. Salop, of pontage upon all wares for sale crossing the bridge, to be collected by him or his deputies. By K.

Aug. 11. Leake.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Alexander, archbishop of Dublin, to the office of justiciary of Ireland. By K.

Writ de intendendo for him directed to the archbishops, and others of Ireland.

The like to the king's bailifs and ministers there.

Mandate to the archbishop of Cashel, holding the place of Roger de Mortuo Mari of Wygemore, late keeper of Ireland, to deliver to the said Alexander the land of Ireland and office of the justiciary, together with the castles, manors, &c. pertaining to the said office.

Aug. 10. Leake.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert Burget to William de Bremesgrave, parson of the church of Arewe, of 3 acres of land in Arewe adjacent to the cemetery of the church there and to the dwelling-place of the parsonage for the enlargement of the said cemetery and dwelling-place. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton.

Aug. 12. Nottingham.

Safe-conduct until Michaelmas for the abbot of Meuros and two of his monks with two yeomen and grooms visiting the house of Holmcoltran. The latter house, of the Cistercian Order, being a daughter house of Meuros in Scotland, a successor to Robert, the late abbot thereof, cannot be canonically elected in the absence of the abbot of Meuros. [Fœdera.] By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

Aug. 14. Nottingham

Grant to the citizens of Dublin in Ireland, in consequence of certain of the king's ministers having, under colour of their office, exacted livery in the houses of the citizens within the walls of the city and taken and carried away the goods of the citizens contrary to their charter, by which king John had granted to them exemption from such practices, that no minister of the king nor any other person shall be lodged in the house of the citizens within the walls of the city, or shall have lodgings therein either by assize or by livery contrary to the tenor of the said charter. By K.

Aug. 12. Nottingham.

Mandate for the arrest of Castellus de Janua, who by falsely representing himself to be William (Guill'm), a member of the household of Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, has obtained money in the name of the cardinal. [Fœdera.] By K.

Aug. 13. Nottingham.

Revocation of the collation, made at the request of Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, of Robert de Clipston, clerk, to the custody of the hospital of St. Leonard, York, then void by the resignation of the said bishop, as the king has learned that the said Robert is inefficient and unfit to govern the hospital. Grant for life of the custody of the said hospital to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk. By K.

Writ de intendendo for the said Master John directed to the brethren and sisters of the hospital.

Aug. 16. Nottingham.

Licence for the alienation by William son of Thomas de Novo Castro subtus Lymam of 5 messuages and 13s. 4d. of rent in the town of Newcastle under Lyme to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Katherine in that place for the soul of the grantor and the souls of his ancestors and all Christians. By fine of 5 marks.

Aug. 13. Nottingham.

Acknowledgement that the king has received from the abbot of St. Mary's, York, collector of the twelve pence in the mark granted by the clergy of the diocese of York for the hosting for the war in Scotland, by the hands of Robert de Barton, king's clerk, late keeper of victuals in the parts of Carlisle, 54l. and the said Robert is to be charged therewith.

Aug. 13. Nottingham.

Letters of credence to the bishops, abbots, and others, of Northwales for Roger de Mortuo Mari of Chirk, justice of Wales.

The like to archbishops, bishops, and others, of Wales for Master John Walewayn, the treasurer, and Master Rees ap Howel.

The like to the bishops, and others, of Wales for the said treasurer.

The like to bishops, and others, of the counties of Chester and Flynt for the said treasurer.

Aug. 15. Nottingham.

Licence for Roger Outlawe, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in Ireland, on account of his good service against the Scots who had invaded Ireland and in recompense of the losses inflicted on him by them, and for the brethren of the Hospital to acquire in mortmain lands, tenements, and rents according to their true value and also advowsons of churches according to their taxation for the current tenth to the value of 100l. a year; and to appropriate the churches whose advowsons they shall acquire. By K.

Aug. 16. Nottingham.

Licence for Thomas de Chaucombe and Joan his wife to enfeoff their son John (de Chaucombe) of their manor of Bereford St. Martin, co. Wilts, held in chief, to hold to him and his heirs, and for their said son to regrant the said manor to them for their lives. By p.s. [4841.]

Aug. 18. Clipstone.

Prohibition directed to the dean and chapter of the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, against admitting any persons, by pretext of any collations under the Seal of Ireland to any dignities or prebends in their church, unless such persons are collated by letters under the Great Seal, or by persons having special power under the Great Seal to make such collations, many disputes having arisen touching such dignities and prebends for that certain clerks, who having been collated to such dignities and prebends by letters under the king's Great Seal have sought to be admitted thereto, have been opposed by others having collations under the Seal of Ireland and on the testimony of the keeper or justiciary of that land to the king's prejudice and the scandal of his Court, and as the king considers that dignities and prebends in the said church ought not to be conferred by letters under any other seal than the Great Seal and on his testimony only, unless he shall give special power under the said Great Seal to any person in that behalf. By K.

Safe-conduct until Christmas, for James Basset, the messenger of Gauselinus, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, and John de Auriliano, the messenger of Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, going to Ireland on the business of the said cardinals.

MEMBRANE 27.

Aug. 10. Leake.

Writ of aid for Richard de Pedewardyn, king's yeoman, whom the king is sending to the county of Chester and the adjacent parts to purvey and forward provisions, to the value of 300l. to the town of Carlisle. By K. on the information of the Treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance for him directed to the earl of Chester, the king's son, or his justice there.

Mandate to the chamberlain of North Wales to deliver to the said Richard 300l. out of the issues of bailiwick.

Aug. 10. Leake.

Acknowledgement that the king is bound to Bertrand de Muro, Gaillard Coubel, and Bernard Moran, merchants of Gascony, in 281l. 10s. for wines bought from them for his use by Stephen de Abyndon, the butler, in this present month of August, as appears by a bill under the seal of Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe; with promise of payment before Michaelmas.

Memorandum. These letters were cancelled, surrendered and destroyed in the month of June next, when an assignment was made to the said merchants on the Gascon Roll of that year; and there remain here two letters uncancelled.

The like for the under-mentioned merchants of Gascony, viz.—

Bartholomew de la Roke 80l. Cancelled as above.
John de la Tour and Arnald de Luk' 138l.
Sanxio Arnaldi de Castelloun 44l.
Reymund Guillelmi de Seint Lobey and William Byk' 97l. 10s.
John de la Tour and Bernard Grymward 92l.
Peter de Moleryn 22l.
Gaillard de Cessons and Menaldus de Mount Couguyt 279l. 16s. 8d.
Bertrand de Muro, Gaillard Coubel and Bernard Maran 281l. 10s.
Vitalis Fissoun and William de Ford 67l. 13s. 4d.
Vitalis de Silva and Garsius de Lovygnon 71l. 13s. 4d.
Arnald de la Vie 22l.
John de Castera and John de Portau 112l. 10s.
Peter Garsies and William Baudel 43l. 6s. 8d. Cancelled as above.
Poncius Guitardi 63l. 6s. 8d.
Simon de Meotes of Bayonne 138l. Cancelled as above.

Aug. 11. Leake.

Grant to Peter de Shenedon, chaplain, of the custody of the hospital of St. Saviour, Bury St. Edmunds (de Sancto Edmundo). By K.

July 20. Northampton.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Langele by Robert Banyard of lands, tenements, and rents to the value of 100s. a year; also for him to alienate to the same house lands, &c. of like value in exchange for lands, &c. of equal value. By K. on the information of the earl of Hereford.

Aug. 10. Leake.

Licence, in part satisfaction of the foregoing grant, for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Langele by the said Robert Banyard of a messuage, 8 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 40 acres of marsh and 10 acres of heath in Whetacre, Chattegrave and Langelee, which are extended at 13s. 4d. a year, as appears by an inquisition made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, late escheator on this side Trent. By K.

Licence, to give effect to the foregoing grant, for Robert Banyard to grant to the abbot and convent of Langelee 100 acres of land and 5s. of rent in Chattegrave and Whetacre, which land is extended at 30s. a year, as appears by like inquisition, to hold in exchange for 80 acres of land and 18 acres of wood in the same places, extended at 25s. a year. By K. on the information of the earl of Hereford.

Aug. 8. Leake.

Safe-conduct for John Cosyn, John Flynt, the elder, Thomas de Cokefeld, and Richard Berte, citizens and merchants of Norwich, going to the town of Boston to trade in the markets there and to bring back goods to the city of Norwich.

Aug. 23. Nottingham.

Presentation of William de Houeden to the church of St. Peter, Malberthorpe, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Robert de Wylughby, tenant in chief.

Aug. 13. Nottingham.

Presentation of Master John Hardy of Croyland to the church of Redgrave, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the abbey of St. Edmunds. By K.

July 31. Nottingham.

Pardon to the adherents of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, of all offences committed before the feast of St. James the Apostle last; those persons who assisted at the robbery committed upon Gauselinus, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, and Luke, cardinal deacon of 'Sainte Marie en la Voie Lee,' in the North excepted. French. [Parl. Writs.]

Aug. 10. Leake.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Battle to appropriate in mortmain the church of Saunford in the diocese of London, which is of their own advowson. By K.

Aug. 14. Nottingham.

Appointment during pleasure of William de Monte Acuto to be keeper of the abbey of Abyndon, which on account of its debts the king has, at the request of the abbot and convent, taken into his protection. By K.

Grant to Master Pancius de Verone, king's clerk and leech, of 25l. a year to be received at the Exchequer so long as he remains within the realm. By K.

Aug. 16. Nottingham.

Simple protection without clause, for two years, for Alexander, archbishop of Dublin, going to Ireland on the king's service.

Aug. 17. Nottingham.

Mandate to Edmund Hakelut, the escheator in Ireland, to deliver to Nicholas, a canon of the house of St. Thomas the Martyr by Dublin, of the Augustinian Order, preferred by the Pope to be abbot of that house, the temporalities of the abbey, having first removed a certain canon of the house who had taken possession thereof. Pope J[ohn XXII.] upon the voidance of the monastery by the free resignation of Ralph, the late abbot, made and received at Rome, preferred Nicholas, a canon of the house, to be abbot, as appears by the Pope's letters patent to the king. Afterwards the king was informed that a certain canon of the house, lately elected to the abbacy, was blessed as abbot by the diocesan of the place, and that the temporalities of the house, fealty having been first done, were delivered to him. The king thereupon commanded the keeper of Ireland and the justiciary there, or their deputies, if it happened that the said canon held possession of the house to remove him from the same, and to induct the said Nicholas as abbot of the house into possession thereof, to whom, after fealty had been received from him, the temporalities of the abbey were delivered: and as the king understands that disputes have arisen between the said Nicholas and the said canon, so in possession of the house, whereby the house is in danger of being destroyed, and further judging that the monastery is void by the above said resignation and that the provision of the Pope so made to the monastery of the said Nicholas takes precedence of the election, if any de facto was afterwards made there of the said canon, and further wishing to graciously assent to the request of the Pope in that behalf, he has taken fealty from the said Nicholas, as abbot, and restored the temporalities to him. By K.

Writ de intendendo for the said Nicholas as abbot directed to the knights, free men, and all other tenants of the monastery.

Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, going to Ireland, has letters nominating Henry de Thrapston and John de Bentele his attorneys for two years.

John de Bentele, staying in England, has letters nominating John de Dene, clerk, and Geoffrey de Barudwode his attorneys in Ireland for the same time.

Aug. 20. Clipstone.

Elias de Assheburne, going to Ireland, has letters nominating John de Burgo his attorney for one year.

Aug. 16. Nottingham.

Mandate directed to sheriffs and others in the ports of Wales for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, and his household, to afford protection to him and to permit him to pass to Ireland.

Mandate to the mayor and bailiffs of the city of Chester to permit no man, of whom any evil is suspected, to enter their city armed, as the king has been informed that divers strangers, men-at-arms of the county of Chester, have entered the city on the day when the [Court of the] County ought to be held, some of them even being keepers of the peace for the county, who under colour of their office go about armed, and have terrorised the people of those parts, wherefore the king has commanded Edward, earl of Chester, his son, or the justice there to remedy such disorder. By K.

Aug. 22. Nottingham

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, directed to the bailiffs and others of the counties of Norfolk, Suffolk, and Lincoln for Master Roger le Lardiner, king's serjeant, whom the king is sending into those parts to purvey fish for the Household. By K.

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for Peter de Cornubia and John de Tykhulle, whom John, bishop of Ely, the chancellor, is sending to the county of York, to make purveyance for his support and that of the clerks of the Chancery.

Aug. 25. Nottingham.

Safe-conduct, until the feast of St. Martin next, directed to sheriffs and others of the realm for Gaucelinus Johannis, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, going towards the sea on his return to Rome, the king having appointed Simon de Friskenade and William Reymundi de Clavery to escort him. [Fœdera.]

The like for Luke de Flisco, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, under the escort of Arnald Guilliam de Bynoles and John de Enefeld, king's serjeants. [Fœdera.]

Aug. 24. Nottingham.

Gaucelinus Johannis, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, going beyond the seas has letters nominating Master Rigaud de Asserio, canon of Orleans, and Robert de Bardelby, clerk, his attorneys for two years.

He has like letters nominating William de Ayremynne, clerk, and Master William de Birton, clerk, as above.

Aug. 25. Nottingham.

Luke de Flisco, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, going to the Court of Rome, has letters nominating Master Geoffrey de Groppes Sancti Petri and Master Richard de Ganyo his attorneys for twelve years. By K.

He has like letters nominating Master Richard de Ganyo and Master Anthony de Usu Maris as above.

Aug. 23. Nottingham.

Appointment of John de Halsted to the custody of the river Tyne between the town of Newcastle-upon-Tyne and the sea: he is to see that victuals and other necessaries are not carried by water to Scotland for the use of the king's enemies.

Aug. 24. Nottingham.

Gaucelinus Johannis, cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating William de Ayremynne, clerk, and Robert de Bardelby, clerk, his attorneys for four years.

MEMBRANE 26.

Aug. 1. Northampton.

By the contract for the marriage of Edward, now king of England, with Isabella, daughter of Philip [IV] king of France, entered into at the suggestion of Pope Boniface VIII to cement the peace made between the said king Philip and king Edward I, it was covenanted that she should have dower, to the value of 18,000l. of petty money of Tours, assigned to her in lands and tenements in suitable places. To give effect to this contract the king had assigned her for her said dower the under-mentioned places, valued as under, to the value of 4,500l. sterling, four pounds of Tours being computed as one pound sterling, viz. the manor of Long Bynyngton, co. Lincoln, 160l.; the manor of Kyngesthorpe, co. Northampton, 60l.; the manor of Eston, co. Northampton, 40l.; the hundred of Falwesle, co. Northampton, 12l.; the manors of Torpel and Upton, co. Northampton, 100l.; the annual farm of 25l. paid by Laurence de Preston for the manor of Gretton, co. Northampton; the manor of Ospringe, co. Kent, 60l.; the manor of Middelton with the hundred, co. Kent, 240l.; the manor of Westclive, co. Kent, 40l.; the king's mills at Oxford with the meadow of Kyngesmede, co. Oxford, 52l.; the manor of Blokesham, co. Oxford, 35l.; the castle of Walyngford with its members and the honors of Walyngford and St. Valery in the same and other counties, 300l.; the manor of Watlyngton, co. Oxford, 60l.; the manor of Wodestok with its members, co. Oxford, 100l.; the entire honor of L'Aigle (de Aquila) with its manors, hundreds, chaces, &c. in divers counties, 230l.; saving to the king and his heirs the castle of Peveneseye with the services, wards, &c. pertaining to the castle, and also excepting the manor of Laghton, which John de Douvedale holds for his life of the grant of the late king; the manor of Banstede, co. Surrey, 30l.; the manor of Haverynges with its park and forest, co. Essex, 140l.; the manor of la Neilond, co. Essex, 100l.; the castle and town of Berkhampstede, co. Hertford, with the honor in the same and other counties, 72l. 15s. 8d.; the castle and honor of High Peak (de Alto Pecco) with the chace, &c. in the counties of Nottingham and Derby, 291l. 13s. 4d.; the castle and town of Marleberge with the Berton and hundred of Selkele, co. Wilts, 120l.; the castle and town of Dyvyses with the park and forests of Melkesham, Chippenham, and Pewesham and the purprestures, and the manor of Roude in the same county, 80l.; the manor of Woderowe, co. Wilts, 14l. 10s.; the manor of Sevenhampton with the boroughs and hundreds of Creckelade and Hauteworth and manor of Stratton in the same county, 200l.; the castle and manor of Mere, co. Wilts, 78l., the manors of Boudon and Haverberge, co. Leicester, 42l. 13s. 4d., the farm of the town of Suthampton with the petty rents in the county of Southampton, 201l. 3s. 2d.; the manor and town of Aulton, with the hundred of Aulton, and the petty rents in the same town, co. Southampton, 88l. 15s. 6d.; the farm of the town of Andevere with the hundred and increment of the said farm in the same county 104l. 12d.; the manor and town of Basyngstok with the hundred and the rent from the tenement, late of Walter de Merton in the same town, 80l. 15s.; the castle of Suthampton and manor of Lyndhurst with the park and New Forest and bailiwicks and hundreds of Rudberge, and 40s. of rent payable by the abbot and convent of Redyngge for a tenement in the forest, in the same county, 150l.; the castle of Cristeschurche, Twynham, with the borough and manor of Westovere and hundred of Cristeschurche in the same county, 120l.; the manor of Ryngewode, co. Southampton, 80l.; the farm of the town of Droitwich (de Wycheo) co. Worcester, 89l. 5s.; the manor of Gillyngham with the Berton and 74s. of rent from the purpresture, with the forest, co. Dorset, 80l.; the farm of 100l. payable at the Exchequer by the abbot and convent of Hailes for the manor of Lichelade, co. Gloucester; 200l. out of the issues of the castle, town and barton of Birstoll, in the same county, to be received by the hands of the keeper or farmer of the said castle, town and barton; a farm of 31l. payable by the prior and convent of Bernewell payable at the Exchequer for the manor of Cestreton, co. Cambridge; the manor of Maclesfeld, co. Chester, 175l. 8s.; the manor of Overton, co. Chester, 126l.; a farm of 20l. to be received out of the manor of Ellesmere in the parts of Wales by the hands of John de Knokyn, tenant for life of that manor; the manors of Rosfeyr, Dolpenmeyn, and Pennaghhan and commote of Meney in North Wales, 170l. As a further favour the king grants to queen Isabella that she shall henceforth hold all the foregoing castles, boroughs, &c. together with the knights' fees, advowsons of religious houses, hospitals, churches and chapels, wards, marriages, escheats, chaces, parks, assarts and purprestures, and that she shall have in the said castles, &c. return of the king's writs and summonses, and all fines, ransoms, and amercements of the men and tenants of the said castles, &c., issues of forfeitures, of year, day and waste, forfeitures, murders, &c. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to make allowance and to permit queen Isabella to use and enjoy the foregoing liberties.

Mandates in pursuance to the under-mentioned, viz.—

The sheriff of Lincoln.

The sheriff of Northampton.

The sheriff of Kent.

The sheriff of Oxford.

The sheriff of Surrey.

The sheriff of Essex.

The sheriff of Hertford.

The sheriff of Nottingham and Derby.

The sheriff of Wilts.

The sheriff of Leicester.

The sheriff of Southampton.

The sheriff of Worcester.

The sheriff of Dorset.

The sheriff of Chester.

Sept. 1. Clipstone.

Licence for John de la Lee to grant that upon his own death 23 acres of land and a moiety of a messuage in Claverleye, co. Salop, held in chief, which Hugh de Hepham holds for the life of the said John and of his grant, shall go in remainder to William son of Roger de la Lee, and his heirs, with reversion in default of such issue to the right heirs of the said John de la Lee. Licence also for William de la Lee to grant that 23 acres of land and a moiety of a messuage in the same town, held in chief, which the said Hugh holds for a term of sixteen years of the demise of the said William de la Lee, shall go in remainder to the said William son of Roger and the heirs of his body, with reversion failing such issue to the said William de la Lee and his heirs. By fine of ½ mark.

Sept. 2. Clipstone.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for the ship called la Bene of Merseye, whereof Ralph Bysouth is master, which John, bishop of Ely, the chancellor, by Gaucelinus Pagani, his butler, has caused to be laden with 40 casks of wine at London for conveyance to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, and for the said master and his men.

Sept. 4. Clipstone.

Writ of aid for one year for Peter de Guldeford, charged with making purveyance for the office of the chandlery. By K. on the information of Master Thomas de Cherleton.

MEMBRANE 25.

Aug. 11. Leake.

Pardon to all men of the town of Roos Ponte, who by rendering advice and aid were present at the capture and beheading of Gilbert de la Roche and two of his fellows, who lately conducted themselves as thieves and common malefactors in Ireland, of that which pertains to the king for such beheading. By K.

Aug. 10. Leake.

Inspeximus and confirmation, notwithstanding the statute of mortmain, of a grant [French] by Thomas, earl of Lancaster and Leicester, steward of England, to Sir William de Tutteburs', chaplain, celebrating mass in the earl's chapel of St. Peter, in the castle of Tutteburs' and to his successors, for the souls of the earl's father and mother, of king Henry his grandfather, of Eleanor sometime queen of England, of earl Robert de Feres (sic) and for the grantor and his heirs, of 5½ marks of rent a year to be received out of the issues of the mills of Tutteburs' and Rolleston, in exchange for 5½ marks of rent assigned by earl Robert de Ferers for the sustenance of a chaplain, viz.—4 marks a year to be received by the hands of William Aunselin (or Haunselyn) and his heirs out of the issues of the mill of Irton, and out of 20 acres of land appertaining to the said mill in the county of Derby, and 20d. by the hands of Henry Sabyn and his heirs for a meadow and 20 acres of land in le Horecros by Adgareslegh in the county of Stafford; if the said Sir William, or his successors, cannot through illness hold service in the chapel, they shall find a suitable chaplain in their place, and should they complain of non-receipt of the above sums, the earl and his heirs will make good the payment thereof out of the issues of the said mills of Tutteburs' and Rolleston; witnesses, Robert Touk, Rauf de Rolleston, Nicholas de Marchyngton, knights, Richard le Foun, Henry de Hambury, William Morel of Falde, and William de Neuton; dated at the castle of Tutteburs', 15 June, 2 Edward II. By K.

Aug. 11. Leake.

Grant to Alexander, archbishop of Dublin, that the under-mentioned lands and tenements of the archbishopric of Dublin may be held by the services specified of him and his successors without hindrance of the king, his heirs or ministers, saving always that when the archbishopric shall be void such services shall be done to the king during such voidance. Master Richard de Ferynges, late archbishop of Dublin, had, without licence of the late king, made divers grants out of the demesnes of the archbishopric of Dublin, which are held in chief, viz. to Edmund de Sydelyng of a carucate of land in Lusk for 60s. payable to the archbishop and his successors, and of a carucate of land in Balyngwyth for 40s., to Elias de Assheburne of 35 acres of land in Glemethan for 17s. 6d., to John Heyn of a messuage and 12 acres of land in Fynglas for 12s. 11d., to Richard de Weleton of 11 acres of land in la Neulond for 7s. 4d., to John Lucas of 40 acres of land in Lusk for 40s., to John le Bakere of 26 acres of land for 26s., to Adam Dawe of a messuage and 68 acres of land and pasture in Senekill for 43s. 8d., to Master Walter de Istelep of 80½ acres of land in Glomethan for 52s. 6d., to John de Wyncestre of a messuage and 21 acres of land in Swerdes for 14s. 9d., to Peter the Smith (fabro) of 25 acres of land in the same town for 25s., to Adam le Carpenter of 9 acres of land in Tauelagh for 8s. 8d., to Robert de Shirburne of 80 acres of land, 16 acres of meadow and 53 acres of moor and pasture in Penynston for 61s. 4d., to Heylin de Grage of a water-mill in Dunlovan for 4l., to Richard de Weleton of 40 acres of land in the field of St. Patrick for 26s. 8d., to Simon de Russhe of 5 cottages in Lusk and 45 acres of foreign land there for 55s., and to Ralph le Butiller of a messuage and 8 acres of land in Swerdes for 7s. By K.

Aug. 16. Nottingham.

Pardon to the citizens of Dublin, in consideration of their costs incurred in the defence of their city against the Scots who had invaded Ireland, and also of their losses by the burning of the suburb of their city, by which a great part of the farm of the city due to the king cannot be raised, of 500 marks of the said farm, viz. for each of the five ensuing years they may retain 100 marks of the farm to be rendered at the Exchequer, Dublin, one moiety at Michaelmas and the other moiety at Easter. By K.

Aug. 15. Nottingham.

Grant to John Lynet (or Lyvet) and his heirs of all lands and tenements, late of Gilbert de la Roche, and which were forfeited by him for his adhesion to the Scots, who had invaded Ireland. By K.

Aug. 24. Nottingham.

Acknowledgement that the king has received by the hands of Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, from William, archbishop of York, in the name of Pope John XXII, 800 marks as a loan, out of the issues of the first year of the tenth for six years, imposed by Pope Clement V. for the Crusade, collected in the diocese of York; with promise of repayment to the Pope within five years.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, and other letters were made on 18 April, 13 Edward II.

Aug. 24. Nottingham.

Master Geoffrey de Groppes, parson of the church of Getyngton, going beyond the seas, has letters nominating Master Richard de Ganyo and Richard de Wyk his attorneys for two years.

Protection, with clause nolumus, for the said Master Geoffrey for the same time.

Simple protection, until one year after Michaelmas, for John, prior of Montacute, going beyond the seas. By K.

The said prior has letters nominating Lancelot de Corroberto his attorney for the same time.

Aug. 25. Nottingham.

Grant to the sub-prior and convent of Newstead in Shirwode that on the first voidance of the priory, the sub-prior and convent for the time being shall have the custody thereof and shall have full and free administration of all its possessions and issues during such voidance, saving to the king knights' fees, advowsons of churches, wards, reliefs and marriages, which may fall in. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

Aug. 24. Nottingham.

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

Aug. 14. Nottingham.

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Monte Acuto to the custody of the abbey of Abyndon, the king having on account of the indebtedness of the abbey, taken it, with its lands and possessions, and also the town of Abyndon into his protection. By K.

Aug. 27. Clipstone.

William son of Richard Trussel, staying in England, has letters nominating Edmund Trussel and Robert de Hales his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Aug. 28. Clipstone.

Appointment of Master John Walewayn, the treasurer, Walter de Norwyco, a baron of the Exchequer, Henry de Staunton, chancellor of the Exchequer, John de Insula and John de Foxle, barons of the Exchequer, to treat with the envoys of Robert, count of Flanders, for the adjustment of all disputes between the king's subjects and those of the count. By K.

Cancelled.

Sept. 3. Clipstone.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Notyngham, for Ralph de Crophull to enclose a path leading from the church of Sutton to the church of Bonynton on the western side of that town for the enlargement of his dwelling place, provided he makes another path on the east side thereof.

Sept. 4. Clipstone.

Writ of aid directed to the king's bailiffs and lieges of England and Ireland for Henry de Bedeford, master of the order and hospital of St. Thomas, Acon, whom A. cardinal bishop of Albano, and Peter, patriarch of the church of Jerusalem, bishop of Rodez, have recommended to the king's good offices. By K.

The like to the mayor, aldermen and sheriffs of London.

MEMBRANE 24.

Aug. 23. Nottingham.

Protection, in accordance with the king's proclamation of protection made upon his intended setting out for Scotland for all merchants going to the North with corn and victuals for the sustenance of his lieges, for William de Bury, merchant of Lincoln, his men, corn and victuals; the said William and his servants are to bring back letters from the bailiffs of the places where they shall unload and sell the corn. By C.

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

Aug. 28. Clipstone.

Henry le Kingesfissher, of Lincoln, merchants.
Geoffrey Sloth.

Sept. 8. Clipstone.

Peter de Elmham, of Lenne, merchants.
Richard de Fakenham.

Oct. 2. York.

Alan de Hodeleston, of Lincoln, merchants.
Robert Humbirstan.

Sept. 12.

William de Tunstall, burgess of Raveneserodde.

Sept. 20.

William de Aslakton of Neuwerk, merchant.

Sept. 22.

Herman Breton, merchants of Great Yarmouth.
Stephen de Catefeld.
Luke de Haveryng, merchants of London.
Thomas de Haveryng.
Robert de Belton, merchant of Grantham.
Sept. 25. York.
John de Foston.
Oct. 1. York.
Thomas de Jernemuthe.

Aug. 25. Nottingham.

Acknowledgement that the king has received by the hands of Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, from the mayor, aldermen, sheriffs and commonalty of the city of London, 500 marks, which they are to retain out of the farm of their city and out of all debts to the king in the said city and county of Middlesex. By K.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

Aug. 27. Clipstone.

William son of Richard Trussel, staying in England, has letters nominating Edmund Trussel and Robert de Hales his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Aug. 23. Nottingham.

Simple protection, for one year, with clause nolumus, for Master Thomas de Hothum, parson of the church of Patrington.

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

Richard de Otringham, parson of the church of Knyveton.

Master Henry de Hickeling.

John de Trehouses of Hothum.

Robert Motkan, parson of the church of Ovyngton.

Richard Thurger of Spaldyng.

Thomas de Cresacre, master of the hospital of St. Edmund by Donecastre.

The abbot of Heppe.

Nicholas de Hothum.

The abbot of Croyland.

Robert de Coigners.

The abbot of Byland (de Bella Landa).

The prior of Wirkesop.

The abbot of Roche (de Rupe).

The prior of Bretton Monacorum.

John de Anesle.

William Pesshun.

John de Crosseby, parson of the church of Tollesbur'.

William, vicar of the church of Wardecopp.

John de Swandlond, parson of Middelton.

The prior of Wederhale.

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

Master Richard de Baldok, parson of the church of Wellebek.

Sept. 6. Clipstone.

James de Cusancia, prior of Priterwelle.

William de Harlaston, parson of the church of Ibbestoke.

John de Brianzon.

Adam son of Simon.

Laurence de Cadurcis.

William son of William.

John de Ousthorpe, parson of the church of Sprotbourgh.

Hugh de Burgh, parson of the church of Burgh under Staynmore.

Richard Knyght of Hethe.

The abbot of Seleby.

William de Grendale, parson of the church of Wresel.

Sept. 6. Clipstone.

Presentation of William Nichol to the church of Bulevaune, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the abbey of Berkyng.

Sept. 11. Clipstone.

Protection, for one year, with clause volumus quod quietus sit etc., for Edmund le Botyler of Ireland, staying in Ireland on the king's service. By K.

Matilda, late the wife of Richard Constatyn, staying in England, has letters nominating Elias de Assheburn her attorney in Ireland for one year.

John de Glaston, going to the Court of Rome, has letters nominating Nicholas de Staunford his attorney for the same time.

Sept. 8. Clipstone

Safe-conduct until Easter for William de Egglesclif, whom J. bishop of Glasgow, coming towards England from the Court of Rome, has appointed to make purveyance for him within the realm against his approach.

Safe-conduct until Christmas for Hugh de Elleton of Ellerker, whom John, bishop of Ely, the chancellor, has commanded to convey corn and other victuals, for his sustenance and that of the clerks of the Chancery, from divers parts of the realm by the rivers Humber and Use to York.

The like for Alexander de Enemethe, purveying corn and victuals in the counties of Huntingdon and Cambridge and conveying the same to the North.

Sept. 8. Clipstone.

Licence for John de Northwode to grant his manor of Northwode Chastiners, held in chief, to Agnes, late the wife of John de Northwode, the younger, to hold for her life. By p.s. and by fine of 5 marks.

Sept. 6. Clipstone.

Safe-conduct, and protection until Christmas, for John Bryd, master of the ship called la Welifare of Wygenhale, laden at Lenne with divers victuals and armour of John, bishop of Ely, the chancellor, for conveyance to Newcastle-upon-Tyne, the men and mariners of the ship, the ship itself and its cargo.

The like for Walter Lambesson, master of the ship, called the Laurence of Lenne, laden at Lenne with victuals, &c.

The like for Geoffrey Swyn, master of the ship called the Lacy of Lenne.

Sept. 10. Clipstone.

Hugh de Audele, the younger, staying in England, has letters nominating John Godyn and Robert Marreys his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Sept. 10. Clipstone.

Licence for Hugh le Despenser, the younger, and Eleanor his wife to enfeoff Hugh de Audele, the younger, and Margaret his wife, to hold to them and the heirs of the said Margaret, of the manor of Rotherfeld with its hamlets, members, chace and wood assigned to the said Hugh and Eleanor as her purparty of the inheritance of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, in the counties of Kent and Sussex, together with the homage and service of Robert de Bromfeld for the tenements which he holds of the said Hugh and Eleanor in French for a fourth part of a knight's fee, all other knights' fees belonging to the said manor, hamlets and members excepted, of the manor of Ryhale with its hamlets, and members, co. Rutland, knights' fees excepted, of the manor of Chitelhampton with its members, woods, chace and Chitelhamholt, co. Devon, together with the homage and service of Guy Lew for the tenements which he holds of them in Lym for a fifth part of a knight's fee and the homage and service of John de Suly for the tenements which he holds of them in Esshe Regnie for a moiety of a knight's fee, other knights' fees belonging to the said manor and hamlets and the advowson of the church of Langetrewe and the court of Wynkele excepted, of the manor of Welde, co. Essex, together with the homage and service of Peter le Mareschal, John le Mareschal, John de Wengrave, John Jordan, the prior of Latton, John le Fevre, Richard le Brewer, Michael Sok, Hugh Squier, Margery atte Watre, Margery Squier, Robert de Est, Ranulph Pecok, Richard Fairfalagh, Gocelin le Chapman, John Alboth, William le Bak', William le Bard, Sabina de London, Martin le Peleter, William Popelhayward, John atte Park, Richard le Herde, William Ballard, Simon de Irlond, Robert Beneyt, William Wolfrith, John son of John Waubak, John le Coteler, Thomas le Hayward, Thomas de Wolfrith, Walter atte Nok, Henry Biwest, John Eve, Thomas le Sheperd, Henry le Herd, Petronilla la Webbe, Gilbert le Carter, William son of Gilbert le Caretter, Richard son of Thomas, Isabella la Brewere, Alice Serles, William de Laufare, Richard Beneyt, Thomas Amfrey and Richard Lovekyn for the tenements which they hold of the said Hugh and Eleanor in Welde for one knight's fee, other knights' fees belonging to the manor of Welde excepted, of the advowson of the church of Bissheye, and of the manor of Bissheye with its hamlets and members, co. Hertford, the knights' fees which are held of the said manor excepted, of three knights' fees in Chelsham, and Warlyngham, co. Surrey, and of the advowson of the church of Caldecote, co. Suffolk, and of the advowson of the church of Berton St. Andrew, co. Norfolk, and of the advowson of the church of All Hallows the Great, which are held in chief. By K.

Sept. 8. Clipstone.

Protection for one year for Simon de Driby, king's yeoman, to whom the king had granted at will the manor of Hummanby, co. York, subject to a farm to be rendered at the Exchequer, his men and lands; during that time nothing is to be taken for the king's use.

Sept. 10. Clipstone.

Protection for one year for Vannus Grandonis and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Spini, and Thomas Brothyng, the keepers of the manor of Gedeneye and of the lands and tenements belonging to that manor, in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir of Robert de Ros, a minor in his custody.

Sept. 12. Clipstone.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Grendale, parson of the church of Wresel, of 2 messuages, 2½ virgates of land, and 10s. of rent in Sitheston to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Sitheston in honour of St. Mary and for the soul of the grantor and the souls of his mother, brothers, sisters, heirs, ancestors and benefactors and of all Christians. By fine of 40s.

Sept. 15. Clipstone.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for William Jour of Ditton, whom the bishop of Ely, the chancellor, is sending to his bishopric to convey corn and victuals to the North for his sustenance and that of the clerks of the Chancery.

May 3. Westminster. 11 Edw. II.

Nomination by the king to the abbot of Aumale (de Alba Marlia), or his attorney in England, of Thomas de Burton, king's chaplain, to be parson of the church of Esyngton, in the diocese of York, for presentation by letters of the abbot, or his said attorney, to W. archbishop of York as parson of that church. By p.s.

Sept. 12. Clipstone.

Simple protection, for one year, with clause nolumus for Master William de Stanes, parson of a moiety of the church of Donecastre.

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

John de Neubald.

Stephen le Whyte of Beverley.

Thomas son of Adam le Taillour.

William atte Barnes and

William Chaumpeneys.

John de Staynton.

John de Merkyngfeld.

Geoffrey le Wyse of Barton.

The abbot of Egleston.

The prior of Ellerton.

Peter de Ravenesrode.

Marmaduke de Twenge.

Robert de Helperthorpe, chaplain.

Gerard de Orum.

The master of Hornchurch (de Monasterio Cornuto).

John de Heselarton, parson of the church of Kirkeby in Clyveland.

Roger Basy of York.

Thomas le Vendur.

The prior of Giseburne.

Ralph de Dalton, parson of the church of Whalton.

The prior of Marton.

John de Ellerker.

The prioress of Wilborfosse.

Robert de Hedon.

Robert de Tylliol.

The abbot of Seleby.

William de Billinglay.

William de Wyville, knight.

Walter Alisaundre.

Robert de Wyndesore.

William de Erghum, the elder.

Eleanor, late the wife of Henry de Percy. By K.

The abbot of Sallay.

The abbot of Spaldyngge.

Alan de Hodeleston.

John de Hellebek.

The prior of Watton.

The abbot of Jervaulx (de Jerovalle).

Gerard de Cusancia, parson of the church of Wyberton.

William de Cusancia, parson of the church of Northreppes.

Master William de Beverlaco, parson of the church of Wellewyk.

Master Philip de Beverlaco, parson of the church of Kayngham.

John de Burgh, parson of the church of Hildercleye.

James de Houton, parson of the church of Houton.

Master Adam de Nesse, parson of the church of Hornse.

Matilda, late the wife of Brian son of Adam, lady of Bedale.

John de Malton, parson of a moiety of the church of Tyreswelle.

Stephen de Spaldington of Houedon.

Alexander de Tynton, parson of the church of St. Mary, Styvekey.

John de Sleghte, master of the hospital of St. Mary, Laysingby.

William de Cloghton of Scardeburgh.

William Druel, parson of the church of Kirkeoswald.

Ralph de Sutton, parson of the church of Esingdon.

The king's men and tenants of the honor and liberty of Knaresburgh and Alderburgh have like letters of protection for themselves and their lands with the clause nolumus.

John de Medunta, dean of the king's free chapel of St. Birian in Cornwall.

The master and brethren of the hospital of St. Leonard without York. John de Herlaston, parson of the church of Est Wode.

MEMBRANE 23.

Sept. 20.York.

Inspeximus and confirmation of letters patent, under the seal used by the king in Ireland, whereby it was agreed between Roger de Mortuo Mari, the king's lieutenant in Ireland, and others of the Council at Cork, from the day of St. Martin in fifteen days in the eleventh year of the king's reign, that that gate which is in the wall of the city of Cork, near the house of the Friars Preachers, shall be in the custody of the mayor and bailiffs and other good men of the said city, so that in time of peace it shall be shut and opened at the same time as the other gates of the city, and shall be so opened and ordered that the said Friars and other lawful men shall have free ingress and egress by the same and that in time of war when any danger shall threaten by which the said city may be lost or destroyed the same gate shall be closed and well kept by the men of the city during that war; and as a favour to the said Friars Preachers and other lieges the king wills that the said ordinance shall be well observed for ever; witness the king's said lieutenant at Cork, 7 December in the eleventh year of the king's reign. By p.s.

Sept. 16. Blyth.

Licence for the prioress and nuns of Fosse by Torkeseie to appropriate in mortmain the church of Suthkeleseye, in the diocese of Lincoln, which is of their own advowson. By p.s.

Sept. 22. York.

Sibyl Giffard and Elizabeth de Bello Campo, nuns of St. Mary's, Elnestowe, bringing news of the death of Joan, late abbess of that place, have letters for the prioress and convent of licence to elect.

Aug. 1. Northampton.

Pardon to the prior and convent of Spaldyng for acquiring in mortmain, without licence of Edward I, or of the king, in Multon, divers small parcels of lands from Thomas Alger, Adam Myryel, Gregory son of Gregory, Thomas Aylriche, Hugh son of Lambert, Robert de Welle, Hugh Salmond, Alan Loue (or Love), and John son of William and also in Weston; divers small parcels of land and a rent in Weston from Hugh Ray of Croylaunde, Walter son of William de Lenne, Reginald de Peckebrigge, William Toppe, Robert son of John and Thomas atte Kyrk; and in Pyncebek several small parcels of land and messuages from Godfrey Goldyng, Peter Derlyng, John de Stepyng, John Dynan, and Alan Heylok of Surflet; with restitution of the same. By fine of 50 marks, and the fine is enrolled.

Aug. 14. Nottingham.

Licence for Richard de Grey to grant to John de Shirfeld, for his life, a rent to the value of 10l. a year in Eylesford, co. Kent, held in chief. By K.

Licence for Richard de Grey to grant to Robert de Shirland, for his life, a rent to the value of 40 marks a year in Hoo, co. Kent, held in chief.

Vacated because otherwise above. By K.

Sept. 24. York.

Signification to W. archbishop of Canterbury, of the royal assent to the election of Stephen de Segrave (sic), a canon of the church of St. Paul, London, to be bishop of London. By K.

Sept. 23. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. Mary, York, by Laurence son of Alan de Topclif, of a messuage, a toft and a bovate of land in Rouclif by Clifton, by Thomas de Crachale of an acre of meadow in the same town of Rouclif, and by Guy (Wydo) son of Michael de Knapton of 15 acres of land in Appelton by Bolton. By fine of 20s.

Sept. 24. York.

Pardon to Hugh Curle of Ketliston for acquiring in fee, without licence, from Thomas de Hauville a messuage and 16 acres of land in Ketliston, co. Norfolk, held in chief. By K. on the information of the earl of Hereford.

Pardon to Thomas Milham for acquiring in fee, without licence, from Thomas de Hauville, 24 acres of land, and 1 acre of meadow in Ketliston, co. Norfolk, held in chief. By K. on the like information.

Sept. 25. York.

Safe-conduct, until Midsummer day, for the under-mentioned persons, who are going to the Court of Rome on account of acts perpetrated in the Marches of Scotland, whereby they feel their consciences wounded (de quibus senciunt consciencias suas lesas) viz.—

John de Merley.

Marmaduke Basset.

Henry de Swethop'.

Hugh Basset.

Robert de Lynby.

Alan de Norton.

William de Swethop'.

William de Denton.

Geoffrey de Everley.

Gilbert de Whitleye.

Abraham de Hethepol.

Peter Lutester of Wytton.

William le Clerk.

Hugh son of Walter.

Nicholas de Haukeslawe.

Walter son of Robert de Syeghhale.

Robert de Bitlesden.

Hugh de Houghton.

Walter son of John.

William le Keu.

Robert le Keu.

Thomas de Wyndegates.

Thomas le Harpour of Wytherington

Richard de Wyndegates.

Richard de Jolleby.

Adam del Bernes.

Thomas de Wyniard.

Thomas de Tyndale.

William Fughler of Twedmouth.

John de Wytton.

Henry son of John.

John de Welles.

Thomas Ker.

Robert Ker.

John Brun of Horsleye.

John de Norton.

William Mauduyt.

Adam Mauduyt.

John de Swynburn.

Robert de Yerdil.

Stephen de Cambhous.

Adam Collan.

William Collan.

William de Wyngates.

John Brounbaron.

Robert Broun of Rotheleye.

William de Nunnehous.

Hugh Spurre.

Nicholas Lightoft.

Adam de Morilawe.

John Fraunceys of Felton.

Nicholas de Galewey.

William de Lyghton.

Richard de Lyghton.

John de Lynch.

William de Lynch.

William Cobynson.

William son of Gilbert.

Hugh de Britleye.

Robert de Seghale.

William de Tyndale.

William le Clerk of Tyndale. By K.

Sept. 29. York.

Writ de intendendo for John Pecok, the uncle, and Thomas de Any, whom Stephen de Abyndon, the butler, and John Pecok, the elder, king's yeoman, to whom the king had granted for five years the buying of tin in the counties of Cornwall and Devon, have appointed to be their deputies in that office during their pleasure.

Sept. 28. York.

Notification that William Avenel is the son and heir of John Avenel and that he holds of hereditary right the lands and tenements of his late father, which are within the realm. By K.

Simple protection, for one year, for Ranulph de Dacre.

Sept. 28. York.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for the ship called the 'Annot' of Ditton, which J. bishop of Ely, the chancellor, has had laden with divers victuals in the county of Cambridge for conveyance to the North, for Alan Sherewynd, master of the said ship, and the men and mariners in her on her voyage thither.

Sept. 21. York.

Pardon to David de Betoigne for the rape of Alice, wife of John de Rothewelle of London, and the asportation of his goods. By p.s.

Sept. 23. York.

Presentation of Adam de Calne to the church of Crayk in the diocese of Durham, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Durham. By p.s.

Sept. 30. York.

Safe-conduct for two years for Adam de Sumery, whom his brother, William de Sumery, clerk, who is staying on the king's service in the Chancery of England, is sending to Ireland on his business.

Oct. 2. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Hugh le Despenser, the elder, to the abbot and convent of Hayles of his manor of Sodynton (or Sydynton) by Cirencestre, co. Gloucester, and of 10 marks of rent in Chelesworth, co. Wilts, held in chief, to hold to them and their successors in exchange for the manor of Lecchelade, co. Gloucester, also held in chief at a fee farm of 100l. payable to the said Hugh by the said abbot and convent. By p.s.

Oct. 3. York.

Acknowledgement that the king has received by the hands of Roger Ardingelli and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, in part payment of certain debts in which he is bound to them, 200l. from the prior and convent of St. Katherine's without Lincoln, sub-collectors of the yearly tenth lately granted to the king by the clergy of the province of Canterbury for the hosting for the war with Scotland, for which sum the king hereby grants the said prior and convent an acquittance. By K. on the information of Roger de Northburgh.

Oct. 1. York.

Whereas John de Wassand and Rose his wife brought a suit of novel disseisin before John de Mutford and his fellows, justices of assize in the county of Norfolk, against Ralph Biroun and John de Quineberge and others, contained in the original writ, of tenements in Frenge, and the said John de Quineberge, as tenant thereof, set forth that he held the said tenements as jointly feoffed thereof with Robert de Gerneston not named in the said writ and sought judgment therein, and the said John de Wassand and Rose asserted that the said John de Quineberge on the day of obtaining the writ was sole tenant of the said tenements and that the said Robert had no interest therein, wherefore the said Robert was fore-warned to be before the justices at a certain day to answer to the said John de Wassand and Rose together with the said John de Quineberge as well of the said exception as of the said tenements, and the said Robert on that day came and advouched that he was jointly seized of the tenements with the said John de Quineberge and a recognition being made it was found that the said exception was put forward to the retardation of the right of the said John de Wassand and Rose, because that they had not been jointly enfeoffed on the day of the writ, whereupon the said John de Quineberge and Robert were adjudged to prison according to the form of the statute. The king as a favour now pardons them such imprisonment, provided that the said John de Wassand and Rose are not prejudiced thereby. By K.

Oct. 2. York.

Simple protection without clause, for three years, for the abbot of Westminster going beyond the seas.

Safe-conduct for the said abbot for the same time. By K.

Sept. 25. York.

Pardon to Adam le Fevre of the felonies and trespasses committed by him in the company of Gilbert de Middelton, a traitor, the robbery committed on G. cardinal priest of SS. Marcellinus and Peter, and Luke, cardinal deacon of St. Mary in Via Lata, in the North excepted, if he shall be found guilty of such. By K.

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

John de Clibborn.

John de Lemyng.

William de Tunstalle.

John de Geldeford.

John de Slikborn.

William son of Thomas le Provost of Wessington.

William Chirie.

William son of Walter.

Richard Wynde.

Oct. 4. York.

Protection, until Easter, for a ship called 'la Bithe' (sic) of Merchford, which J. bishop of Ely, the chancellor, has caused to be laden with divers victuals in the parts of Norfolk and Suffolk and elsewhere for conveyance to whatever part of the realm he may be in for the sustenance of himself and of the clerks of the Chancery, and for Richard de Merchford, master of the ship, and the men and mariners on board her.

Oct. 6. York.

Emelina Lungespee, staying in England, has letters nominating John de Tunstalle and Hugh atte More her attorneys in Ireland for one year.

MEMBRANE 22.

Sept. 28. York.

Inspeximus and confirmation of many grants by William de Lancastre and others to the prior and canons of the house of Cuningesheved (or Coningesheved). [Monasticon.] By fine of 20s.

Oct. 1. York.

Acknowledgement that the king has received by the hands of Roger Ardingelli and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, in part payment of the sums in which he is bound to them, from W. archbishop of York, in the name of Pope J [ohn] XXII and of the church of Rome, 200l. sterling as a loan in part payment of the first year of the tenth for six years imposed by Pope Clement V for the general crusade, collected in the diocese of York by the abbot and convent of St. Mary; with promise of repayment to the Pope within five years. By K.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, and other letters were made touching that and other sums on 18 April in the thirteenth year.

Oct. 4. York.

Notification to J. bishop of Lincoln of the revocation for certain causes of the presentation of Philip de Apthorpe, clerk, to the church of Hale by Clive, in the diocese of Lincoln, which the king made in the belief that the church was void and in his gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of William de Hale, tenant in chief.

Oct. 5. York.

Remission to J. bishop of Ely, on account of his expenses incurred on the king's service, of the 200 marks which he owes for his own tenth out of the yearly tenth imposed on the clergy of England by the Pope and granted to the king. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to J. bishop of Winchester, the principal collector of the said tithe.

Oct. 4. York.

Protection with clause nolumus, for one year, for W. archbishop of York.

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

Peter, vicar of the church of Driffeld.

Edmund de Chesele, parson of the church of Wrauby.

Thomas Leger of Baumburgh.

William de Hillum, parson of the church of Wygeton.

Henry de Swaveseye, parson of the church of Weston.

The prior of Romesburgh.

Giles de Tholosa, and John de la Vacherie.

William de Tweng, and Roger Terry.

Nicholas de Meignill.

Oct. 20 York.

The abbot of Coverham.

Oct. 14. Burstwick.

Ralph Maleherbe of Holm.

Oct. 8.

Roger de Hauerbergh.

Oct. 5. York.

Presentation of Thomas de Crosseby, chaplain, to the church of Knaresdale in the diocese of Durham.

Sept. 30. York.

William de Sumery, staying on the king's service in the Chancery of England, has letters nominating Adam de Sumery his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Oct. 7. York.

Grant to Roger Ardingelli, Dinus Forcetti, and Francis Balduch', and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Bardi of Florence, of 807l. 17s. 4d. to be received out of the first issues of the custom of wool, hides, and wool-fells in the port of London by the hands of the collectors thereof in payment of a like sum in which the king is bound to them, viz. 700 marks paid by them in the Wardrobe at London as a loan, 31l. 4s. for cloth of gold and sendal bought from them by the clerk of the Great Wardrobe, 300l. paid into the said Wardrobe at York, and 10l. in which they staisfied Richard de Laberton, a man at arms in garrison of the town of Berwick-upon-Tweed, for replacing his horse lost in the king's service, as appears by divers bills of the Wardrobe under the seals of Roger de Northburgh, keeper of the Wardrobe, and of Ingelard de Warle, the late keeper thereof. By K.

Oct. 10. Burstwick.

Mandate to the justice of Chester, or his deputy, and the chamberlains there, to provide ships for the conveyance to Carlisle of the victuals, purchased by Richard de Pedewardyn, king's yeoman, whom the king sent to the parts of the county of Chester and neighbourhood to purvey provisions to the value of 300l. By K.

Oct. 14. Burstwick.

Licence for John son of John son of Jordan de Sutton to enfeoff Master John de Sutton of 10½ acres of pasture in Sutton in Asshefeld, held in chief. By fine of 10s.

Licence for John de Sutton to enfeoff John le Maltester of Sutton of a messuage, a bovate of land, and a stew in Sutton in Asshefeld, held in chief. By fine of 1 mark.

Oct. 20. Woodstock.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for Gilbert de Mordon, William Bray, John Elys, John Lucas, Walter de Mordon, Philip Lucas, Bartholomew de Byford, Stephen de Crey, Henry Lambyn, John de Braghing, Richard Gubbe, John Brond, William Hockele, Ralph Elys, Robert Bray, Peter de Ware, Geoffrey Pourte and John de Crey, merchants of the city of London, going to the counties of Lincoln, Norfolk, and Suffolk to buy stockfish, salt fish, herrings, hides and oil, and to take the same to London, the king having taken security that they will not carry victuals or merchandise to his enemies.

Oct. 22. York.

Presentation of Robert de Halywell to the church of Thalunebadeyr in the diocese of St. Davids.

MEMBRANE 21.

Sept. 21. York.

Protection with clause, until Christmas, for John Abel, who has gone beyond the seas on the king's service. By K.

Sept. 22. York.

Presentation of William de Bardelby to the church of Baliogari in the diocese of Dublin. By K.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Sept. 23. York.

Notification to J. bishop of Lincoln of the revocation of the presentation of William de Houeden, king's clerk, to the church of St. Peter, Malberthorpe, in the diocese of Lincoln, made by the king in the belief that the church was void and in his gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Robert de Wylughby, tenant in chief, as Master Oliver Deyncourt, king's clerk, parson of the said church, has appeared personally before the king in good health. By K.

Acknowledgement that the king has received by the hands of Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, from the prior of Spaldyng 50 marks, by which the prior made fine for pardon for acquiring in mortmain without licence of the late king, lands and tenements in Multon, Weston, and Pyncebek, co. Lincoln, and for the restitution of the same. By p.s.

Simple protection in Ireland for two years for William de Somery, clerk, staying on the king's service in the Chancery of England.

Sept. 26. York.

Presentation of William de Shirburn to the church of Wessington in the diocese of Durham, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Durham. By p.s.

Sept. 23. York.

Presentation of Manserus Marmyoun to the church of Langneuton in the diocese of Durham in the king's gift for the aforesaid reason. By p.s.

Sept. 24. York.

Presentation of John de Brunne to the church of Stayndrop in the diocese of Durham for the aforesaid reason. By p.s.

Sept. 25. York.

Licence at the instance of Robert de Humframville, earl of Anegos, for Cicely de Bekeryng to grant land to the value of 40l. in Tuxford, held in chief, to Thomas de Bekering to hold to him and the heirs of his body, with reversion failing such issue to the said Cicely and her heirs. By K.

Sept. 26. York.

Acknowledgement that the king has received as a loan in the name of Pope J [ohn] XXII. &c. from W. archbishop of York, 1,300 marks sterling, viz. by the hands of John, bishop of Winchester, the late chancellor, 100 marks, and by the hands of Ingelard de Warle, late keeper of the Wardrobe, 1,200 marks, in part payment of the first year of the tenth for six years imposed by Pope Clement V. for the crusade, collected in the diocese of York by the said archbishop by the hands of the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York; with promise of repayment within five years.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and other letters were made of that and other sums on 18 April in the thirteenth year.

Memorandum that for those letters the said abbot surrendered into the Chancery at York the king's letters patent, which he held for the said 1,300 marks and the letters obligatory of the said bishop of Winchester for the said 100 marks and other letters obligatory for the said 1,200 marks, which he likewise held under the seal of John de Sandale, dean elect of St. Paul's, London, Stephen de Malo Lacu, archdeacon of Cliveland, in the church of York, W. de Melton, provost of Beverley, Ingelard de Warley, John de Hothum, and John de Merkingfeld, canons of the church of York.

Sept. 24. York.

Writ of aid, until Christmas, for John de Wysbergh, serjeant of queen Isabella, charged by the steward of the queen's Household and the keeper of her Wardrobe to purvey necessaries for her kitchen, to be paid for in her Wardrobe within eight days of making the purveyance. Nothing however is to be taken in the fee of the church contrary to the liberty thereof.

The like for the undermentioned purveyors, viz.—

Ralph Spray for the kitchen.

Ralph de Wendovre for the poulterer.
John Cosyn
Richard de Redyngges for the scullery.
Hugh de Lyncestre
Stephen Peek of ale.
Ralph de Lightbirkes
John de la Marche for the saucery.
William de Kenleye
William de Brideport for the Hall and Chamber.
John Russel
William de Kennyngton for the avenary.
Peter de Hertford
Robert de Dannehurst
Walter de Hynkele for livery of the queen's horses.
Thomas de Weston, clerk, for the Great Wardrobe.

Sept. 25. York.

Protection until Easter, with clause quietus sit de placitis, for Aymer (Almaricus) la Zouche going beyond the seas on the king's service. By K.

The like for William Lovel.

Sept. 26. York.

Mandate to the guardian, during voidance, of the spirituality of the bishopric of London, to assign a stall in the choir and a place in the chapter to Master John Bussh, king's clerk, to whom the king lately granted the prebend of Kentiston in the church of St. Paul, London, then in his gift by reason of the bishopric of London having been void, and on whose behalf he addressed a like mandate to Richard, then bishop of London, who died before he had executed the same.

Mandate to L. bishop of Durham to stay the delivery of possession of the church of Langneuton, in the diocese of Durham, to Manserus Marmyon, whom the king has presented to that church, until the king shall be informed of certain difficulties which have arisen and shall write further therein. By K.

Sept. 22. York.

Grant, during pleasure, to William de Wellesleye, for his good service in Ireland, of the custody of the lands and tenements in Ireland, which Richard de Rale held, at the date of his death, by knight service of the heir of Richard de Clare, tenant in chief, who was a minor in the king's custody, and which by reason of the heir of the said Richard de Rale being a minor are in the king's hands. By K.

Sept. 28. York.

Remission to Henry de Lancastre, the king's kinsman, who is staying in France to obtain the inheritance in that land which by the death of John de Lancastre, his brother, descended to him, of that service which he ought to have done in the army of Scotland. By p.s.

Sept. 28. York.

Grant to Master Thomas de Epplingden that he may hold to him and his heirs the manor of Fellyng in the bishopric of Durham, lately granted to him by Walter de Selby, as the king understands that on account of certain conditions touching such feoffment the said manor ought as an escheat to revert to him because the said Walter has adhered to his enemies. By K.

Vacated because the charter was afterwards surrendered and by the king's command cancelled.

Oct. 2. York.

Simple protection for three years for the abbot of Westminster, going beyond the seas.

Safe-conduct also for the said abbot for the same time.

Oct. 5. York.

The abbot of Furneys, staying in England, has letters nominating Thomas Setkok and John le Messager his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Oct. 5. York.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for John 'in the Garth' of Ellerker, whom J. bishop of Ely, the chancellor, is sending to purvey corn and victuals in divers parts of the counties of York and Lincoln for his own sustenance and that of the clerks of the Chancery, and to convey the same together with the corn, &c. of the said bishop from his manors and other places in the same counties by ships and boats as well towards York for the bishop's stay there as elsewhere within the realm.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Laurence de Castello and Peter Cramme, who within the realm in the name of Giles Dartrik and his fellows, burgesses of the town of Bruges in Flanders, seek the restitution of the ship, goods and wares of the said burgesses taken from them near the town of Newcastle-upon-Tyne. By C.

Oct. 14. Burstwick.

Notification to J. bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election of Elizabeth de Bello Campo, a nun of St. Mary's, Elnestowe, to be abbess of that house. By p.s.

Oct. 20. York.

Inspeximus and confirmation, notwithstanding the statute of mortmain, to the canons of St. Mary's, Coverham, of the following quit claims, viz.—

I. By Stephen de Coverham, and Margaret his wife, of their common of pasture in the lands of the said canons, viz. in the assart which is called 'le Ryddyng,' extending in the field of Caldebergh from the great road which is between Covanhan (sic) and the said assart to the rivulet which is by the sheepfold of the monks of Jerovall at Braythwayt and in the land of the canons on the eastern part 'del Acornheyenyng' as the old dyke stretches round the meadow of Dangham and in the meadow and land of Dangham and so by the brow under 'Johanriddyng' to the wood of Middelhayn towards the south in Cover together with the land called Burbladthwayt with the wood, waste and land between Burbladthwayt and the old site of the fulling mill toward the northern part of Cover, whereby the canons were enabled to enclose the foregoing lands and woods;

II. The confirmation and quit claim by Stephen son of Stephen de Coverham to the said canons of his right in all the enclosures and closes in the moor and pasture of Caldebergh, made or to be made by them;

III. The surrender and quit claim by the same Stephen son of Stephen of his right in the demesne of Caldebergh, and the ratification also by him of all grants of his father, &c. in the towns and territories of Coverham and Caldebergh, and of all right of common which he had, or could have, from the bridge of Cover to the path leading to Braythwayt, &c. By fine of 10s.

Oct. 16. Burstwick.

Grant to Aymer de Boteville of the custody of the castle of Eye and the prison in the castle, and also of free warren there; with a fee of 10 marks a year out of the issues of the castle. By p.s.

Oct. 20. York.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Thomas Cosyn, merchant of Newerk, going with corn and victuals to the North, in accordance with the proclamation promising such to all merchants who wish to carry provisions thither for the sustenance of the king's forces; nothing is to be taken from his goods or victuals, but he is to pay the usual customs; further he is to obtain letters from the bailiffs of the places where he shall unlade and sell his goods. By C.

Oct. 22. York.

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

Geoffrey le Westren of Newerk.

Nov. 4. York.

Alan de Acastre of York.

Nov. 12. York.

Stephen de Boys.

Nov. 25. York.

Geoffrey Pademore of Gurmundecestre, until Easter.
Andrew Boues

Nov. 8. York.

Grant to Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wallokesberne in the church of St. Paul, London, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of London. By K.

The like to Master John Walewayn of the prebend of Wildelond in the church of St. Paul, London.

Nov. 1.York.

Presentation of John Slaus, chaplain, to the church of St. John, Yvelcestre, in the diocese of Bath and Wells.

MEMBRANE 20.

Oct. 24. York.

Licence after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master Richard de Clare, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, for Geoffrey de Besiles to enfeoff Robert de Walle of his manor of Brunton in Bromlond, co. Somerset, held in chief, and for the feoffee to re-grant the same to him and Agnes his wife, and the heirs of their bodies, with remainder failing such issue to the right heirs of the said Geoffrey, although if the latter died, the said Agnes surviving and his heir a minor, the king would lose the custody of the manor. By fine of 100s.

Oct. 24. York.

John de Crumbwelle, staying in England, has letters nominating Adam le Rede of Derby and William le Corour of Bromfeld his attorneys in Wales for one year.

Oct. 26. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Alreham to the prior and convent of Christchurch, Twynham, of a messuage, 16 acres of land, and 2½ acres of meadow in Esthurn, Alreham, and Westhurn in aid of the sustenance of the chaplain celebrating divine service daily in their church. By fine of 40s.

Oct. 11. Winsett.

Exemption for life for John de Sturmy from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions; and from being made sheriff, coroner, or other bailiff, or minister of the king. By p.s.

Oct. 26. York.

Presentation of Gilbert de Ebor[aco] to the church of Meryet, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of John de Meryet, tenant in chief.

Oct. 26. York.

Roger de Shepeye, a monk of Faversham, bringing news of the death of Clement, late abbot of that place, has letters for the sub-prior and convent of licence to elect. By K.

Oct. 25. York.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a composition made between William, abbot of Westminster, and the convent of that place, of the one part, and Reginald de Hadham, prior of the same place, of the other, and dated Saturday on the morrow of St. John the Baptist, 10 Edward II, by which the abbot and convent granted to the said Reginald for his life all the lands and tenements which Sir Roger le Brabazon of Museleye, knight, granted to them in Hampstede, co. Middlesex, to hold to him and his successors for ever, together with the land which the said Sir Roger held for the life of John son of Gerin de Sancto Egidio, to hold for such life, and which upon the death of the said John shall revert to the abbot and convent; in consideration whereof the said prior and his successors shall find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Westminster at the altar of St. John the Evangelist for the souls of Edmund, sometime earl of Lancaster, and Blanche his wife, and also for the soul of the said Sir Roger le Brabazon, to find which chaplain and chantry the said prior Reginald for himself and his successors binds the church of St. Mary (sic) in the Fields, which is assigned to the use of the prior for the time being, so that the abbot of Westminster can compel him and his successors to do so, and if the said Reginald shall on account of infirmity or any other cause be removed from the priorship of Westminster, or shall demise the priorship, the abbot and convent grant that he may hold the said land and tenements for his life to find a chaplain and maintain the chantry in form aforesaid: to find such chaplain and to maintain such chantry the said Reginald for himself and his successors binds all the said lands and tenements, which the abbot and convent hold of the gift of the said Roger in the town of Hampstede together with the goods and chattels therein at the distraint of the abbot's bailiff, if the chantry fail in any way, and after his decease his successors, priors for the time being, shall find and maintain a chaplain for the chantry. By fine of 1 mark.

Oct. 16. York.

Acknowledgement that the king has received by the hands of Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, the treasurer, and of the chamberlains of the Exchequer, from David, bishop of St. Davids, in the name of Pope John XXII, &c. 14l. out of the tenth for six years imposed by Pope Clement V for the crusade, collected in the diocese of St. Davids by the hands of the prior of Haverford; with promise of repayment within five years. By bill of the Receipt.

Oct. 24. York.

The like for W. archbishop of York for 100l., out of the first year of the same tenth, collected in the diocese of York by the abbot of Seleby, and delivered to John de Rithre in part payment of 386l. 13s. 4d. in which the king was bound to him for the custody of the castle of Skipton in Craven, as appears by bills under the seal of Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe. By p.s.

Vacated as below.

Nov. 6. York.

The like for 38l. of the said tenth collected in the diocese of York by the abbot of St. Mary's, York. By K. on the information of the Treasurer.

Vacated as below.

Oct. 4. York.

The like for 26l. 13s. 4d. received by the hands of Roger de Northburgh, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, from William, archbishop of York, collected in the diocese of York.

By letters patent of the king testifying the receipt of the said money.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and other letters for the said sums and others were made on 18 April, in the thirteenth year.

Nov. 12. York.

On 18th March in the eleventh year of his reign the king had granted, amongst other manors and tenements late of Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief, to Hugh le Despenser, the elder, to hold with advowsons of churches, religious houses and hospitals to the full age of the earl's heir, the manor of Toneworth, co. Warwick, being ignorant that the said earl at the date of his death only had the right of nominating to the prior and convent of Kenyngworth (sic) a fit person for the church of the manor of Toneworth, whenever the said church was void, on which nomination the said prior and convent were bound to present. The king, wishing the said Hugh during his custody to have the same right in the advowson as the late earl had, grants him the right of nomination as above. By p.s.

Oct. 29. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Daventre of divers small parcels of lands, tenements and messuages, viz. in Daventry by John Neel of Daventre, Eustace de Burneby of Watford, Richard le Tayllour, and Thomas de Falwesle, by Henry de Lodbrok of Drayton in Drayton, by Gilbert le Noreys in Welton, by William Bigge in Norton by Daventre, by Thomas Douce of Westhaddon in Westhaddon by William Bateman of Westhaddon in Westhaddon, and by Reginald Layfe of Ravenesthorpe of 8s. of rent in Ravenesthorpe; all which, the rent being excepted, are worth 32s. 9½d. a year according to their true value as appears by inquisitions made by Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, late escheator beyond Trent, to hold in part satisfaction of a licence granted to the said prior and convent to acquire lands and rents to the value of 40l. a year.

Oct. 28. York.

Safe conduct for one year for Peter Cramme, merchant, going with his wares throughout the realm to trade.

Oct. 26. York.

Protection with clause volumus, until St. Peter ad Vincula, for Nicholas de Lodelawe, staying in Ireland on the king's service in the company of A. archbishop of Dublin, keeper of the land of Ireland. By K.

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

John de Staunton.

Roger de Loddecote.

Thomas de Monte Pessulano.

Oct. 30. York.

Licence, notwithstanding the Statute of Mortmain, for John, bishop of Winchester, to assign the advowson of the church of Crundale, held in chief, to the provost and chaplains of the chapel of St. Elizabeth by Winchester; licence also for them to appropriate the said church. By fine of 10 marks.

Oct. 28. York.

Confirmation of the release and quit claim, which John de Walky[ng]ham made to Henry de Malton and his heirs, in a messuage, 5 tofts, 3½ carucates and 32 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 2 acres of meadow (sic), 2 acres of wood, and the site of a water-mill in Northgeveldale and Estgeveldale, held in chief, which he had previously demised, with the king's licence, to the said Henry de Malton and Margaret his wife, for the life of either of them. By fine of 40s. made elsewhere.

Oct. 31. York.

Grant to Master Gilbert de Middelton, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wallokesberne in the church of St. Paul, London, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of London. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the person holding the place of dean of St. Paul's, and to the chapter thereof.

Nov. 3. York.

Grant to Master John Walewayn, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wildelond in the church of St. Paul's, London, in the king's gift as above.

Mandate in pursuance as above.

Nov. 1. York.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Fleteburgh of a messuage, 26 acres of land, and 40s. of rent in Donecastre to two chaplains celebrating divine service daily for the soul of the grantor and the souls of his ancestors and all Christians in the church of St. George, Donecastre. By fine of 40s.

Presentation of Robert son of John de Sandebrul to the church of Fayrsted, in the diocese of London, void by the resignation of William de Nuttele, the last rector thereof, and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see of London.

Nov. 3. York.

Presentation of Simon de Tirelton, chaplain, to the church of St. Ludewan, in the diocese of Exeter, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Alan de Bloihou, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Nov. 2. York.

Exemption for life for William de Ercalwe from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions; and from being made sheriff, coroner, bailiff, or minister, &c. By p.s.

Nov. 6. York.

Presentation of Guy Bretoun to the church of Waldeneweton, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of Durham. The letters are directed to J. bishop of Durham (sic). By p.s.