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1303, membranes 30, 29, 28, 27, 26, 25, 24, 23, 22, 21, 20, 19, 18, 17, 16

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Calendar of Patent Rolls, Edward I: Volume 4, 1301-1307. Originally published by Her Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1898.

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MEMBRANE 30.

March 18. Buntingford.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by Roger de Strateshull, chaplain, for the alienation in mortmain by him of a messuage, a curtilage, 31 acres of land, and four acres of meadow, in Gurmundecestre, which he had bought in that town, to a chaplain daily to celebrate the mass of St. Mary in the chapel of St. Mary in the church there.

March 22. Huntingdon.

Letters for John le Ussher, going to Ireland on the king's service, nominating William Butyler his attorney for one year.

Grant and confirmation to William de la Haye of free warren in all his demesne lauds of Pappeworth Everad, co. Cambridge, provided that they are not within the metes of the forest; and no one may enter the same to course without licence, under a forfeiture to him or his heirs of 10l.

Unfinished, and vacated because on the Charter Roll.

March 16. Ware.

Mandate to the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset to purvey 1,000 quarters of wheat, 1,000 of oats and 1,000 of beans, under the supervision of Edmund de Portlaund, king's clerk, so as to have them at Berwick-on-Tweed as soon as possible. French.

Writ of aid for him. French.

March 16. Ware.

Mandate to Robert de Sancto Claro and John de Meleburn, collectors in those counties of the aid for marrying the king's eldest daughter, to pay for the said victuals out of such issues.

March 23. Weston.

Simple protection for two years for Master John de Dovor, going to Ireland on the king's service.

March 18. Royston.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Gilbert de Masington to the abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester, of a messuage and a carucate of laud in Pychenecombe.

March 22. Croydon. (Crawedon.)

Writ of aid for Thomas de la Hide and Gerard de Vilers, deputed by William Trente, the king's butler, taker of wines of the right prise and buyer of wines in the realm, to be takers of wines of the right prise in the county of Cornwall.

March 23. Weston.

Letters for Thomas de Newenham of London, staying in England, nominating Master John de Dovor his attorney in Ireland for two years.

March 22. Huntingdon.

Notification to all bailiffs and others in Ireland that Agnes de Valencia is alive and well, made lest any person on pretext of her death intrude into her lands in Ireland.

March 23. Weston.

Protection with clause volumus for five years for Amadeus, count of Savoy, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K.

Letters for him, nominating Gerard de Seisiriaco and Paganellus de Podio his attorneys. By K.

The like for J. bishop of Winchester, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Robert de Harewedon and Simon de Farham, clerks, his attorneys for two years.

Protection with clause volumus for him for one year.

The like for the following going with him :—

Master Philip de Barton, archdeacon of Surrey.

Master Philip de Sancto Austolo, archdeacon of Winchester.

Robert de Maydenstane, keeper of the house of St. Cross by Winchester.

John de Warham, parson of the church of of Portland.

William de Saunford, clerk.

Henry de Lyskeret. By K.

Letters for John de Warham, nominating Clement le Back, his attorney.

The like for Robert de Maydenstane, nominating Master John de Wherewell and Simon Potyn his attorneys.

March 23. Weston.

Safe-conduct for one year for the said bishop and his household. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

MEMBRANE 29.

March 16. Ware.

Commission to William de Bereforde, William de Ormesby, Henry Spigurnel, and Hervey de Staunton, to go on a general eyre this turn in the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, and they are to meet at Durham a month after Easter, according to the law and custom of the realm, the ordinance made thereof by the king, and the tenor of the statute and the articles delivered to them.

The like to the same, with the addition of the phrase, 'according to the law and custom of the realm and of the said liberty.'

March 16. Ware.

Writ de intendendo, directed to all persons for them [according to the former formula].

The like, with the addition of the above clause.

March 21. Croydon.

The like commission to them to attend on the morrow of Holy Trinity at Sadbergh.

The like with the addition of the above clause.

March 16. Ware.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Hugh de Roubury, king's clerk, to keep the rolls and writs in the said eyre.

Mandate to the justices to admit him.

March 23. Weston.

Letters for William de la More, master of the Knight Templars in England, to whom the affairs of that order in Ireland and Scotland are also subject, nominating brothers Ralph de Barton and Richard de Herdewyk his attorneys in England for one year. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

March 22. Huntingdon.

Power to John, bishop of Winchester, and Amadeus, count of Savoy, and Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, the king's kinsmen, and Otto de Grandisono, knight, to make a treaty of confederacy with the envoys and proctors of Philip, king of France, against all men except the Pope.

March 22. Huntingdon.

Letters of credence for the said Amadeus, Henry and Otto directed to the mayor, jurats and commonalty of Montfaucon (de Monte Faukyn).

The like directed to the mayor, jurats and commonalty of the following places:—

Dax.

Thernoun.

Agen.

Seyntes.

Leyburn.

Bazas.

Bordeaux.

Port St. Marie.

Mermaunde.

Panne.

Letoyre.

Puuylor.

La Réole (Regula).

Nakar.

Langhum.

St. Emilion.

Condom.

March 22. Huntingdon.

Ratification of a prorogation dated Paris, Monday before the feast of St. Gregory, 1302, of the truce between the kings of England and France, made by the above persons. [Fœdera.]

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

March 23. Weston.

Letters for Master Arnold Lupi de Tilio, archdeacon of Medena, going beyond seas, nominating Peter Child his attorney for three years.

March 23. Weston.

Promise to Aymer de Valencia, the king's kinsman, lord of Montynak, and William Trente, the king's butler, to save them harmless touching the bonds they have given to Elias Thalemount, Emericus du Poys, Elias Bienfait, John de Seint Dieris, Bernard de Sancto Amando, John de Seau, merchants of Rochelle, and John de Colors, merchant of Friak, Laurence Huel, merchant of Arraz, Robert Dollot, Peter Gyrard and Peter Malecape, merchants of Bournef, amounting in the whole to 288l. 18s. 6d. payable at Midsummer, for 102 tuns of wine bought at Sandwich for the king's use last mid-Lent.

March 23. Weston.

Writ de intendendo, directed to sheriffs and others by the sea coast from the town of Southampton to Cornwall inclusive, for Peter de Donewico, king's clerk, and William de Monto Acuto, king's yeoman, appointed to supervise the shipping (navigium) for the Scotch war, which the men and commonalties of divers towns of those parts have, at the king's request, liberally granted as a naval subsidy (navale subsidium); to see that it is furnished with proper fittings, and men capable of arms, and to hasten its arrival in Scotland, as the king sets special store by this aid (auxilio).

April 9. Lenton.

Letters for the prior of Little Malvern, staying in England, nominating Robert le Gardiner and William de Underdoune, his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

March 23. Weston.

Confirmation of a sale by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to Master Thomas de Columbrigg of the custody, during the minority of Hugh, the heir of the lands late of Thomas de la Tour in Moenestok, co. Southampton, with the marriage of the heir, for 10l. to the use of Henry de Bello Monte, to whom the king granted 200l. out of the first custodies, wards or marriages that fell in.

April 9. Lenton.

The like of a sale to William de Houedene, of the custody during the minority of the heirs of the lands late of Richard atte West Halle of Amcotes, who held by knight service of the heir of Roger de Moubray, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody, in Gerlethorp, co. Lincoln, with the marriages of the heirs, for 10 marks to the use of the said Henry.

March 31. Croxton.

Simple protection, for one year, for the prior of Newport Paynel.

March 26. Ogerston.

Writ of aid, directed to the religious, good men and whole commonalty of the counties of Essex and Hertford, within liberties and without, for Henry de Sutton, king's clerk, sent to enquire touching the diligence of the sheriff and Edmund de la Mare, king's clerk, who were lately appointed to purvey 1,000 quarters of wheat, 1,000 quarters of oats and 500 quarters of malt in those counties, and to have them at Berwick-on-Tweed by Whitsunday, and who, it appears, have been remiss in the business. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

March 23. Weston.

Grant, in fee simple, to Peter de Worldham of 29 acres, 3 roods, by the perch of 20 feet, out of the wastes in the forest of Wolvemere, in a place under the wood of Benesworthe, across which place the high road extends, at a rent to the Exchequer, by the hands of the sheriff of Southampton, of 9s. 11d., whereat they are arrented by John de Crokesle and others appointed to arrent the king's wastes ; with licence to enclose the same with hedge and dyke according to the assize of forest, and to bring them into cultivation, with free entrance to and exit from the same for his beasts from the nearest highway ; saving always to passengers the high road going across. By bill of the Exchequer.

Vacated because in the Schedule below.

April 8. Lenton.

Letters for the abbot of St. Stephen's, Caen, Normandy, staying beyond seas, nominating Nicholas de Northam and Michael le Furner his attorneys for five years.

The like for the abbot of Montebourg in Normandy, staying beyond seas, nominating William Joseph and Peter le Marchaund for the same period.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Adam de Wellum, parson of the church of Wolaton.

MEMBRANE 29 (Schedule).

March 23. Weston.

Grant, in fee simple, to Peter de Worldham, to the same effect as above. By bill of the Exchequer.

April 1. Beverley.

The like to Philip de Wylgheby, king's clerk, of 80 acres by the perch of 20 feet of the wastes in the forest of Shirewode, in a place in the west end at Bulewell Rys, at a rent at the Exchequer of 26s. 8d., whereat they are arrented by Richard Oysel and others appointed to arrent the king's wastes there, with free entrance and exit from the nearest high road as above. By bill of Exchequer.

MEMBRANE 28.

April 10. Lenton.

Letters for William de Tothale, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, to whom the houses and brethren of that order in Scotland and Wales are also subject, nominating brothers Robert de Sumerdeby and Nicholas de Daccumbe his attorneys. By K.

April 9. Lenton.

Protection for the abbey of Merevale ; and appointment, at the request of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, in whose lordship the abbey is founded, of Roger le Brabazon, to the custody, during pleasure, of the said house, which is decayed.

April 10. Lenton.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by John de Wytham, king's chaplain, of a messuage and 13s. 4d. rent in the city of London to the dean and chapter of St. Martin's le Grand, London, to find a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in that church for the souls of Henry III., the said John, and the faithful departed. By K.

Letters for Agnes de Valencia, staying in England, nominating Thomas Clampe and John de Gersinge his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

April 8. Lenton.

Licence for Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, tenant in chief, to demise for four years from Midsummer to the executors of the will of Edmund, late earl of Cornwall, his manors of Berwedon and Gretham co. Rutland. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

April 9. Lenton.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Lincoln, for Ralph de Sancto Laudo to enfeoff Thomas de Sancto Laudo of the manor of Boleby, held in chief as of the barony of Bayeux, which is in the king's hands. By K.

April 10. Lenton.

Pardon to Bertrand Assalit and Garsias de Salva Terra for robberies in the county of Kent and the city of London. By p.s.

April 10. Lenton.

Protection with clause volumus for one year, for William de Sutton, staying in Wales on the service of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son. By K.

Letters for Peter de Dovor, going beyond seas with Amadeus, count of Savoy, nominating Master Gerard de Sesiriaco his attorney for three years.

April 8. Lenton.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Stephen de Brawode, clerk, going to France, Flanders, Hainault, Brabant, Holland and Seland on the affairs of Elizabeth, countess of Holland, Hereford and Essex. By the Chancellor.

April 9. Lenton.

Pardon to Thomas son of Richard de Blithefold, in Stafford gaol for the death of Thomas son of William de Lutteleye, as it appears by the record of Robert de Bures and Roger de Bella Fago, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

April 9. Lenton.

Safe-conduct, until Whitsunday, for Gerard, lord of Sottengham, William de Nivella, Alard de Rubbays and Arnulf de Gardino, knights of Flanders, envoys of John, count of Namur, and divers clerks and burgesses of the towns of Ghent, Bruges, Ypres, Lille (Insulis) and Douai (Duaco) sent to the king on behalf of the commonalties of those towns, and who are returning to Flanders with their households, horses and baggage. By K.

April 10. Lenton.

Pardon to Robert de Arcy son of Norman de Arcy, in consideration of a fine made by him at the Exchequer, for acquiring from the said Norman, the manor of Dunston, co. Lincoln, held in chief; and licence for him to retain it in fee simple. By bill of Exchequer.

April 14. Willoughby.

Signification to N. archbishop of Armagh, of the royal assent to the postulation of Donald Obruyn, guardian of the Friars Minors of Killeth, to be bishop of Clonmacnois. By p.s.

Power in pursuance to John de Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, to take his fealty and restore to him the temporalities after first receiving his letters patent, sealed with his own seal and that of the chapter, that this grace shall not be to the king's prejudice nor drawn into a precedent. By p.s.

April 10. Lenton.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Gloucester, and in consideration of a fine made before the person supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons, of the Exchequer by John de Acton, for John le Brun to enfeoff him of the manors of Elkeston and Wyneston, co. Gloucester, which are held in chief, for him to re-grant to John le Brun, for life, with remainder, in fee tail, to John son of John de Acton and Elena his wife, with remainder, in feetail, to William Maleherbe and Elizabeth his wife, with remainder to the right heirs of John de Acton.

April 12. Thurgarton.

Letters for Robert de Napton, going to Ireland, nominating John de Ichynton and Henry de Hokkele his attorneys for one year.

April 15. Marnham.

The like for Richard de la Rokele, staying in England, nominating Peter Perceval of Ovyton and William Colman of Wymundham his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

The like for William, prior of St. Faith's, Horsham, nominating Simon Brake of Brandeston and Richard de Ketene his attorneys for two years. By p.s.

Simple protection for the said prior. By p.s.

April 16. Laneham. (Lanum.)

Safe-conduct, for five years, for the king's merchant, Guillenzonus de Gask of Noilly, coming to the realm to trade. By p.s.

April 10. Lenton.

Request (mandamus rogantes) to the bailiffs and good men of Liskerit, Donheved, Lanceston and Portpira to aid the bailiffs and good men of the towns of Loo, Portpyhan and Assh, who at the king's request have granted a ship furnished with men and necessaries for service against the Scots, and to contribute to the expenses, as the king is informed by Gervase Athelard of Wynchelese, admiral of the fleet (amirallus flote nostre navium) for those parts, because the last-mentioned towns cannot suffice to the expenses without the aid of the former; and the king sets special store by the naval subsidy in this expedition and has this expedition much at heart.

MEMBRANE 27.

April 16. Laneham.

Writ of aid directed to the bailiffs, good men and commonalties of the towns along the coast and parts adjacent in the counties of Essex, Norfolk, Suffolk, Cambridge, Lincoln, York and Northumberland and the sheriffs thereof, for William de Walmesford, king's clerk, who has been associated with Walter Bacun, king's clerk, who was appointed to select therein fifty ships and to induce the men to find security to send the ships furnished with men and necessaries to Berwick on-Tweed by next Whitsunday at latest to set forth thence at the king's wages against the Scots, because the latter has been negligent in the matter. The king having this expedition much at heart, and expecting great aid from the ships in it, has sent the said William to hasten the business. By K.

April 15. Marnham.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Nottingham, for the guardian of the Friars Minors of Nottingham and the friars to make an underground conduit from their spring in Athewell to their house of Nottingham, and to lead the watercourse through it, and to hold the same to them and their successors.

April 16. Laneham.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior at the Exchequer for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Bradenestok by Robert Brut of Westtockeham of six acres of land in Westtockeham; by Robert de la Hyde of Lydyard of a messuage and six bovates of land in Lydyard Milecent; by Thomas de Chuselden of a messuage and a moiety of a virgate of land in Chatyndon; by Nicholas Ingram of Wyntreburn of a messuage and two virgates of land in Wyntreburn Shirveton ; and by John de Cerne, brother of Reginald Burel, of 16s. rent in Langele.

April 9. Lenton.

Appointment of Harsculph de Cleseby, John de Barton and Robert de Furneus to select 1,400 footmen in the Northtrithing, co. York, to be at Northalverton Monday, 6 May, ready to set forth thence the following Tuesday at the king's wages for the parts of Scotland, and the said John is to conduct them thence to the town of Rokesburgh, so as to arrive there 12 May and go forward thence with the king in person, as the king by reason of the Scots having invaded the king's castles in Scotland, proposes to be there on that day, instead of being on Whitsunday at Berwick on Tweed, where he had summoned the whole of the service due to him to assemble. John de Derby, king's clerk, is to pay them their wages for five days in coming from Northalverton to Rokesburgh.

The like of the following to select foot in the following places : —

Robert Ughtred, John de Heselarton and Thomas de Metham to select 1,000 footmen in Esttrithing; Robert is to conduct them to Rokesburgh and the above-mentioned clerk to pay their wages.

John de Byrun, Robert de Plumpton and Nicholas de Worteley to select 1,600 footmen in the Westrithing; the said John is to conduct them to Rokesburgh and the said clerk to pay their wages to Rokesburgh.

Robert de Jorz and Thomas Malet, to select 500 footmen in the county of Nottingham and the forest of Duffeld, co. Derby, so as to be at Blyth the morrow of the Invention of the Cross, the said Thomas is to conduct them thence the following Sunday and Henry de Craystok, clerk, to pay their wages for seven days.

William de Monte Gomeri and Henry de Braylesford to select in like manner 500 footmen in the rest of the county of Derby; the said Henry is to conduct them, and the said clerk to pay their wages as above.

William de Dacre, Henry de Kygheley and Robert de Hephale to select 700 footmen in the county of Lancaster, to be at Lancaster Sunday after the Invention of the Cross, the said William is to conduct thence the following Monday, and Robert de Beaufey clerk to pay their wages for six days.

Robert Langleys and Walter de Stirkelaund to select in Westmoreland and the parts of Kendale 1,000 footmen, to be at Appelby, Monday, May 6, and to conduct them on Tuesday thence to the king, and Hugh de Burgo, clerk, to pay their wages for five days.

Richard le Brun to select in Cumberland, except the parts of Coupland, 1,000 footmen, to be at Carlisle, Tuesday, May 7, to conduct them thence on Wednesday, and Robert de Barton, clerk, to pay their wages for four days.

John de Hudeleston to select in the parts of Coupland, co. Cumberland, 300 footmen, as in the last entry.

John son of Marmaduke and Robert Haunsard to select from the bishopric of Durham 500 footmen, to be at Gatesheved Thursday, May 9, to conduct them thence on Friday, and John Poveray, clerk, to pay their wages for two days.

Robert son of Roger and Walter de Huntercombe to select in the county of Northumberland, except the bishopric of Durham, 1,000 footmen, to be at Wollour, Friday, May 10, and to conduct them thence on Saturday, and the said John to pay their wages for one day.

Writ of aid, directed to the sheriff of York and the bailiffs and others of the Northtrithing for the above.

The like with respect to the Esttrithing and the parts of Coupland.

The like with respect to the Westtrithing and to Robert de Clifford, keeper of the liberty of the bishopric of Durham and all the bailiffs, &c., thereof.

The like to the sheriffs and others of the counties of Nottingham and Derby, Lancaster, Westmoreland, and Northumberland. [Parl. Writs: vol. i. pp. 370-371.]

April 16. Laneham.

Pardon to Robert de Latthebury, in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring four messuages and four virgates of land in Wedon Pynkeny by feoffment of Henry Pynkeny, who held them in chief, for which they were taken into the king's hands, with licence for him to retain the same in fee simple.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, by John le Paumer of Notingham and Alice his wife, for the alienation in mortmain by them of 6l. 13s. 5d. rent in Notingham, to two chaplains to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of St. Mary, Hethebethebrigge, for the souls of them, their ancestors, and all Christians who assign their goods, or part of them, to the maintenance of the said bridge.

April 18. Faxfleet.

Simple protection, for two years, for Hugh de Cliderhou, staying in Ireland on the service of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England.

April 18. Faxfleet.

Pardon, at the instance of Edward, the king's son, to Herbert de Flynton, for the death of Thomas de Lyndwode, and for receiving William Bacty, Thomas son of Alan, and Walter de Haltone, indicted of the same death. By p.s.

April 21. Beverley.

The like, at the instance of John de Terlyngge, to Alan de Goghesell, king's clerk, for the death of Alferus le Carpenter and Nicholas his brother, as it appears by an inquisition made by the sheriff and coroners of Sussex that he killed him in self-defence. By p.s.

The like to Richard de Leghton, for the death of Gilbert Gleyve. By p.s.

April 18. Faxfleet.

Letters for the abbot of Bynedon, by reason of his feebleness, nominating brothers Ralph de Farnham and Richard de Kyngeston his attorneys for one year. By K.

April 21. Beverley.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for him in Ireland, for Robert de Bello Campo, staying in England.

April 23. Thixendale. (Sixildale.)

Pardon to Robert de Watervill, of 23 marks, 3s. 9d., owing from Guy de de Watervill, his father, to wit, 20 marks of arrears of account for the time the said Guy was sub-escheator in the county of Huntingdon, and 43s. 9d. of arrears for when he was collector of the late fifteenth in that county. By p.s.

April 9. Lenton.

Letters of credence, directed to the knights, and all other men capable of arms in the county of Cumberland for Richard le Brun, who has instructions to them touching the Scotch expedition.

The like for the following in the following places:—

The county of Westmoreland, for Robert Lengleys and Walter de Stirkland.

The parts of Coupland, for John de Hudeleston.

The county of Lancaster, for William Dacre and Henry de Kygheleye.

The bishopric of Durham, for John son of Marmaduke and Robert Hansard.

The county of Northumberland, except the bishopric of Durham, for Walter de Huntercombe.

The county of York, for Thomas de Furnivall, Marmaduke de Tweng and William de Cantilupo. [Parl. Writs; vol. i. p. 371.]

April 16. Laneham.

Licence, at the instance of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, for Matilda, late the wife of Matthew de Lovayn, tenant in chief, to marry Isenbert de Sancto Blymundo, if she will. By p.s.

April 21. Beverley.

Simple protection, for one year, for Master William de Grenefeld, canon of St. Peter's, York, the chancellor.

April 13. Averham.

Licence for Joan, late the wife of Roger de Tany, tenant in chief, to marry John de Douvedale, king's yeoman, if she will. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 26.

April 19. Kingston-uponHull.

Mandate to John son of Marmaduke and Robert Haunsard, appointed to select in the bishopric of Durham 500 footmen and to conduct them to the king at Rokesburgh, to be there on May 12, to set forth thence with the king's person against the Scots, to require and induce knights and other persons at arms of that bishopric to come to the king with horses and arms in aid of the said expedition, so as to be there on Sunday before the Ascension, to set forth thence with the king's person against the Scots, and their coming shall not be to the prejudice of their liberty nor drawn into a precedent, and the king will hold himself obliged to them in any business they may have to do with him hereafter.

Writ de intendendo in pursuance, directed to the said knights and other men at arms of the bishopric. [Parl. Writs: vol. i. p. 372.]

April 20. Beverley.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before Philip de Wylughby, supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons, of the Exchequer, by the master of the Knights' Templars in England, for the alienation in mortmain to the said master and brethren by Roger le Blake of Madebrok of a toft and two acres of land in Estwode, by Robert le Dorturer of a messuage in the street (vico) of la Cherryngg, in the parish of St. Martin's in the Fields, by Robert de Gunwardeby of a messuage and 12½ acres in Little Stocton, by William de Wengrave of a messuage and 10½ acres of land there, by Hugh de Stocton of 2 acres of land there and in Stepyngle, and by Robert de Carleton of Cranewell of a messuage and two bovates of land in Cranewell.

April 19. Kingston-uponHull.

The like, in consideration of a like fine, to the same, in frank almoin, by Miles de Stapelton of 9 acres of land and a rood of meadow in Middelhathesleye, in exchange for other 9 acres of land and a rood of meadow there.

April 21. Beverley.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from R. bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, collectors of the tenth for three years recently imposed by Pope Boniface, with the king's assent, on the clergy of Ireland, for three years, of 1,000 marks sterling, delivered by them to Richard de Bereford, treasurer of Ireland. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford and J. de Benstede.

April 22. Middleton [on the Wolds].

Letters of credence, directed to the knights, free men, and whole commonalty of the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, for John de Britannia, the king's nephew and others of the king's council sent to them.

April 22. Beverley.

Acknowledgment of the king's indebtedness to Richard Bonere, merchant of Dundalk in 100l., for wines taken from him in the parts of Carlisle by persons appointed to make purveyances in those parts for the munition of the castles in Scotland; with promise to pay him out of the first money brought in after next Michaelmas to the Exchequer, Dublin. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Richard de Bereford, treasurer of the said Exchequer, and he is to see that the said Richard incurs no loss by reason of the said caption, so that he and other merchants of Ireland may be more willing at other times to come with victuals to the king and his people in Scotland; and when the treasurer makes payment he is to receive the above letters from the said Richard.

April 21. Beverley.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter, dated Donecastre, II. Nones of February, 30 Edward I. whereby Roger, son of Remigius de Pokelington, grants in fee tail to Robert, son of William de Creppynges bis nephew and heir, and Joan his wife, his whole manor of Pokelington, with the market and fair and warren, a water-mill, with rents, bondmen (cum bondis), and all other tenants and their services of all kinds, with reliefs, escheats, marchete, suits of court and of mill, and all other appurtenances as in meadows, feedings, pastures, commons, wastes, ways, paths within the town of Pokelington and without, except the toft which late belonged to Ralph son of William in Pokelington, with four bovates of land on the north side of Pokelington and Wolvesthorp, which bovates Remigius his father sometime ago assigned for the service of St. Mary in the church of Pokelington for ever. Also a toft and a carucate of land in Breddale with 5s. of rent in Brunneby, to be received from Thomas le Prestman and his heirs for two bovates of land there with a relief of 2 marks when it happens. All with remainder to the grantor for life, with remainder to the heir of the said Robert. In consideration of which charter the grantees bind themselves and their heirs to maintain a fit chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel in the grantor's manor of Pokelington for the souls of Remigius de Pokelington and Dionisia his wife and their heirs for ever. Witnesses: Sirs Gerard Salvayn, Robert Hughtred, Richard de Bentelay, knights; William Sturmy, Robert Tylly of Cusceword, William Clarel, John de Donecastre, Thomas de Cendale and others. By bill of the Exchequer.

April 23. Thixendale.

Pardon to Stephen de Goseford, Robert de Drayton and William his brother and John Trote, for the death of William Gerberge, as it appears by an inquisition made by the sheriff and coroners of Norfolk, that they killed him in self-defence; granted at the request of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, and of the good men of the town of Yarmouth. By p.s.

April 23. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Northampton and in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by the abbot of St. James's without Northampton, for the alienation in mortmain to that abbot and convent by Isabella de Gray of seven messuages, two tofts, three and a half virgates, of land, 4s. 4d. of rent, and the rent of a pound of pepper in Wykele and Duston.

April 23. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest this side Trent, for Hugh Bardolf to fell and sell trees on his woods of Carleton and Cedling, within the metes of the forest of Shirwode, to the value of 100l. so that the underwood be left for the repair of the deer. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

April 21. Beverley.

Licence in consideration of a fine made before the person supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons, of the Exchequer by Walter de Hibernia, clerk, for the alienation in mortmain by him of a messuage and a carucate of land in Dene, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Dene for the souls of Walter and his ancestors.

MEMBRANE 25.

April 21. Beverley.

Restitution to the citizens and merchants of Bayonne of the custom on wools, hides and wool-fells in all the ports of the realm of England and the land of Ireland, with the cocket used for it which the king heretofore assigned to them for his debts and which he lately seized into his hands on an information that the customers (custumarii) and the weigher of wools appointed at London weighed the wools issuing from that port falsely, so that the said custom was thereby less than it ought to have been, and on the grounds that Matthew de la Torte, citizen of Bayonne, appointed by the whole commonalty of Bayonne to receive the said custom at London, concealed the said loss; as it has been testified that the rest of the merchants were not guilty of that trespass : on condition that they put in the place of the said Matthew at London another custom house officer, for whom they shall be answerable, and that they receive the money arising therefrom as they do in the rest of the realm, and do with it as they please until their debts are satisfied, also pardon at the request of the said citizens and merchants, to the said Matthew for his said trespass, and acquittance of him and the mainpernors whom he lately found on this matter before the king's council at London. By C.

Mandate to Maurice de Sancto Botulpho and John de Fenne to restore one part of the cocket for wool going out of the city of Lincoln to John son of Thomas and Thomas de Gysorz, and the other part to William de Laur and Michael du Moliar of Bayonne, who were appointed to the custody thereof by the king in the name of the citizens and merchants of Bayonne, but were removed by Nicholas de Tikhull and Stephen de Stanham, mayor of Lincoln who were appointed to see that the wool leaving the port of that town was faithfully weighed, and who found two sacks to have been improperly weighed : with pardon to the said persons of the said trespass.

Acknowledgment to the said merchants of Bayonne of a loan of 2,000 marks received by John de Drokenesford, clerk of the wardrobe, of the custom on wool collected by them, and grant that it shall not be computed as part of the receipt of their debt from the said custom. By C.

April 22. Middleton [on the Wolds]

Pardon to Thomas, archbishop of York, of what belongs to the king touching the amercement in which he fell before Ralph de Hengham and his fellows, justices of the Bench, against William de Ros in a plea between them as to the right of patronage of the church of Wyghton, co. York. By p.s.

Appointment of Ralph de Shirle, sheriff of Nottingham, and William de Dogmersfeld, steward of the forest of Shirewode, to select in the said forest and elsewhere in that county, within liberties and without, 120 woodmen (homines lengatores), in addition to the footmen ordered to be selected in the said county, for the expedition against the Scots. Raymond de Ryuncio is to conduct them and to pay their wages from the town of Blyth until they come to the king at Rokesburgh by the 12th May. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford and J. de Benstede.

Mandate in pursuance to the said Raymond. By K. on the like information.

April 28. Northallerton.

Grant to the commonalties, inhabitants and merchants of the following towns and places in Gascony: to wit, Burgh, Bleyves, St. Sever, St. Quiterie, Bone Garde, Sourdes, La Bacud, Petreforade, Poylhon, Huyre, Herbefauer, and to the merchants of Burdeus, who advanced loans to the king in the time of the war of Gascony against the king of France, as appears by letters patent sealed with the great seal, and by letters of the king's lieutenants in Gascony, and of other clerks there appointed to make payments and audit accounts, which letters have been enrolled and assigned at the Exchequer, that as soon as the escheators or other ministers have raised 5,000 marks, arrears of the assignments made heretofore by letters patent to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, and to Ametz, count of Sauveie, the king's kinsman, out of the issues of bishoprics, abbeys and priories of the realm in time of voidance, they or their proctors shall receive and have the issues thereof that appertain to the king or his heirs in time of voidance throughout the realm of England, as well of those that belong to the king (celes qe sont en leur certain ovesqe nous) or his heirs, as of others that are or shall come to the hands of the escheators, as entirely and in the same manner as the king or his heirs should receive them, and as the escheators should answer for the same at the Exchequer, without any diminution, until the said commonalties and merchants are fully satisfied of their debts, according to the above letters, the form of every one of which is written in indenture made between them and John de Sandale and Thomas de Cantebrig, king's clerks, or one of them, who were empowered to make them. And grant that the king will not give or take, or cause to be given or taken, any assignment of the said issues until they are fully satisfied as above. And the escheators are commanded accordingly to pay the said issues to them or their proctors in the town of London as they come in. And to perform this the king has caused to be sworn Walter de Gloucestre, knight, escheator beyond Trent, and Master Richard de Havering, escheator this side Trent, that they will hasten the payment, and granted that two of their proctors shall remain at the king's costs and expenses, each to receive 6d. a day until the debts are fully paid. French.

April 28. Northallerton.

The like (in the same terms as above) to divers merchants of Byern, to wit, of Oleron, Saubaterre, Morlans and Ourthes, who in like manner advanced loans for the said war, as appears by like letters, that as soon as the escheators or other ministers have raised 4,000 marks, arrears of assignments made heretofore to the said Margaret and Ames out of the issues of wards and marriages, they or their proctors shall receive and have them until they are satisfied of their said debts. French.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

April 28. Northallerton.

Pardon to Thomas de Richemund, in the gaol of Durham castle for the death of William Pollard, within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, granted at the request of Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, who has undertaken before the king that the said Thomas shall forthwith go with the king to Scotland and remain there on his service at will. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Grant, at the petition of Benedict, the abbot, and the prior and convent of St. Mary's, York, and in consideration of 50l. to be paid by them on demand, that when the abbey falls void by the death or cession of the said Benedict, the prior and convent shall have the custody thereof for three months, so that no escheator or other bailiff or minister shall meddle therein or prevent their free administration of the possessions, profits, and rents thereof, or of the issues arising therefrom; saving to the king, knights' fees, advowsons of churches, and wards and marriages of the free tenants of the abbey that fall in during that time; with a proviso that if the voidance last longer than three months the king shall then have the custody. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

MEMBRANE 24.

May 7. Newcastle-onTyne.

Protection with clause volumus for one year, for John de Neuburgh, staying in Wales on the service of Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son. By K.

April 28. Northallerton.

Simple protection for one year, for John de Suthwell, clerk.

April 10. Lenton.

Protection with clause volumus until Christmas, for William de Haukeswell, going to Ireland on the king's service. By K.

Membrane 24 (Schedule).

April 29. Croft.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of the fines and amercements made before Aymer de Valencia, Hugh le Despenser, Henry Spygurnel and John Abel, justices lately appointed to hear and determine trespasses in the park of Cammel, to receive the same by the hands of the sheriffs in whose bailiwicks they happen to be levied, according to estreats thereof delivered or to be delivered by the said justices at the Exchequer.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Wilts.

The like to the sheriffs of Somerset, Dorset, and Gloucester.

April 28. Northallerton.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Hyneton, to the abbot and convent of Abyndon, of 1d. rent in Littleton.

May 7. Newcastle-onTyne.

Power to Richard Oysel, bailiff of Holdernesse, the king being in great want of men able to bear arms, to receive the mainprises of persons indicted of homicides and other trespasses, who, in accordance with the liberty of the town of Beverley, have fled for safety to that town and are dwelling there, and who are willing to go to the king in Scotland before Trinity and remain there on the king's service during pleasure; and he is to send their mainprises and the names of the mainpernors to Master William de Grenefeld, the chancellor, for the latter to have letters of pardon made out. By K.

April 28. Croft.

Pardon to Philip de Seles, for the death of Stephen le Messer, as it appears by an inquisition made by the sheriff and coroners of Wilts, that he killed him in self-defence. By p.s. sealed at Akle.

May 6. Newcastle-onTyne.

Pardon to Geoffrey Stulle and Josiana his wife, in consideration of a fine made by them before the person supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons, of the Exchequer, for acquiring, in fee simple, from Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, three messuages and seven bovates of land in Seterington, co. York, held in chief, and licence for them to retain them.

Safe-conduct, for two years, for the men whom the abbot of Holmcoltran is sending with two ships to Ireland for crops and other victuals for the maintenance of his house.

Protection with clause volumus until Michaelmas, for John de Havering, going to Wales on the service of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester.

The like for William de Bliburgh, also going.

The like, until Christmas, for Amaneuus de le Breto, staying in Gascony.

May 7. Newcastle-onTyne.

Pardon to John West, in Bedeford gaol for the death of Nicholas le Cobelere, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and William de Hotot, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in selfdefence.

May 7. Newcastle-onTyne.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for William de Bevercote, parson of the church of Tukesford, staying with the king on his service.

Protection with clause volumus for three years in Ireland, for Master William de la Ryvere, staying in England. By K.

April 24. Kirkham.

Letters for William, prior of Kirkham, by reason of his debility, nominating Robert de Navelton and Thomas de Holthale his attorneys for as long as he is prior. By p.s.

May 9. Morpeth.

Pardon to the prior and convent of Holy Trinity, London, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before Philip de Wilgheby, king's clerk, supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons of the Exchequer, for appropriating in mortmain the church of Bromfeld in the diocese of London, which is of their own patronage, with licence to retain it.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, and in consideration of a fine made before the person supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons, of the Exchequer, by Roger son of Peter son of Osbert, for him to enfeoff John Blome, of the manors of Wathe and Sumerleton, which are held in chief, for the latter to re-enfeoff Roger and Catherine, his wife, in fee tail, with remainder to the right heirs of Roger.

May 9. Morpeth.

Appointment of Master Stephen de Haselingefeld, chancellor of the university of Cambridge, and Master Simon de Walepole, to audit the account of the collectors and receivers, as also of the administrators, of the issues arising from certain customs lately twice granted to the burgesses and good men of the town of Cambridge for pavage ; and the mayor and bailiffs are commanded to have the said persons before them.

Pardon to the prior and convent of Castleacre, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for acquiring in mortmain a messuage in Castelacre from Thomas de Aqua and 44 acres of land in West Rudham from Ralph de Dunton, which have been taken into the king's hand, with licence for them to have them again.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore them with the issues since their caption.

Jan. 12. Odiham.

Protection with clause volumus until a year after Easter, for Eudric de Wyspayns, parson of the church of Wyrkington, going beyond seas. By K. on the information of Gerard de Orum.

May 13. Alnwick.

Pardon to William son of Peter de Cremplesham, for the death of Henry son of Adam Walgor, he having found sufficient mainprise before Master William de Grenefeud, the chancellor, to come himself or to send a fit manat-arms to Scotland before Trinity, and to stay there on the king's service, with a barded horse, until Michaelmas. By p.s.

May 16. Roxburgh.

Presentation of William de Leycestre to the church of Wappenham, in the diocese of Lincoln. By p.s.

Vacated because surrendered.

May 7. Newcastle-onTyne.

Pardon, at the instance of Hugh le Despenser, to John de Coningham, for the death of Geoffrey de Notingham. By p.s.

May 16. Roxburgh.

Presentation of John de Hauecle to the church of St. Andrew, Hertford, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of William de Leycestre, the last rector.

MEMBRANE 23.

May 9. Morpeth.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent (in pursuance of letters patent of April 28, Membrane 26), to pay to the commonalties, inhabitants, and merchants of the towns and places of Bourg, Blaye, St. Sever, St. Quitterie, Bonnegarde, Sordes, la Bacud, Peyrehorade (de Petra Forata), Poillion, Huyre, Herbefauere and Bordeaux, the issues of bishoprics, &c., in time of voidance, after the queen consort and the count of Savoy are paid off, until the said merchants have fully received the amount of the king's debts to them, and he is to come to the Exchequer when summoned to take oath that he will faithfully be answerable for the same to the said merchants. By K. & C.

The like to Master Richard de Havering, escheator this side Trent.

May 9. Morpeth.

The like to the king's clerks John de Sandale and Thomas de Cantebrugge or one of them, to view the letters patent of the said merchants, which testify the debts due to them, and the amount paid up to the present, and to cause an indenture to be drawn up in each case between the said merchants and one of themselves, showing the amounts remaining to be paid, so that the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer and the escheators may be certified thereof, and of the persons to whom they are due. By K. & C.

May 13. Alnwick.

Pardon to the prior and convent of St. Andrew's, York, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery, for acquiring in mortmain, from Walter Rycheman, a messuage and two bovates of land in Warthill, and licence for them to retain the same.

May 16. Roxburgh.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, for the prior and convent of Wartre to hold the following lands, &c., which they have acquired in pursuance of a licence to acquire land to the value of 10l. a year in frank almoin from the following persons:—

From Walter son of Robert son of Geoffrey de Lund, of a bovate of land and a moiety of a toft in Lund, of their own fee, and extended at 13s. 4d.

From Peter Parent of Seterington, of two bovates of land there, except two acres in Brunnum, also of their fee and extended at 10s.

In pursuance of the same grant, they have already acquired from Hugh de Bylburgh a carucate of land in Bagoteby, and from William le Porter a messuage and a bovate and a half of land in Wartre.

May 16. Roxburgh.

Pardon to William de Wetewang, in York gaol for the death of Robert le Hamer, as it appears by the record of Adam de Crokedayk and Thomas de Metham, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

May 16. Roxburgh.

Simple protection for one year, for John de Shefeld, parson of the church of Fuldon.

May 17. Roxburgh.

Pardon to Henry le Filz Neel, for the death of John le Theccher and Thomas Noreys of Little Milton, and all other trespassers in the realm, in consideration of his having found sufficient mainprise which Thomas de Bykenor has received in the king's name, for William le Filz Neel to serve in his place in the Scotch war, with a barded horse, as befits a man at arms, at the expense of the said Henry during the king's pleasure. By p.s.

May 17. Roxburgh.

Signification to Pope B[oniface VIII.] of the royal assent to the election of Master Maurice, archdeacon of Cassel, to be archbishop thereof. By p.s.

Safe-conduct until Christmas, for the said Maurice and his household going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

May 21. Roxburgh.

Richard de Crek, canon of St. Mary's de Pratis by Crek, bringing news of the death of J. his abbot, has letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Walter de Antro, canon of Gill Abbey (de Antro Sancti Fynbar rensis), co. Cork, bringing news of the death of G. his abbot, has the like. By p.s.

May 21. Roxburgh.

Power, in pursuance, to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to restore the temporalities to the person elected, after receiving from the elect letters patent, sealed with his own seal and that of his chapter, that this grace shall not be to the king's prejudice or drawn into a precedent. By p.s.

May 21. Roxburgh.

Letters for Richard de Hoton, prior of Durham, staying at the court of Rome, nominating Simon de Belford and William de Corneshou his attorneys for one year.

May 21. Roxburgh.

The like for the abbot of Beaubec, staying beyond seas, nominating Thomas de Brikebek, his fellow-monk, and Robert Antesme for three years.

The like for the same, in Ireland, nominating Simon le Petit and John de Bello Becco.

May 20. Roxburgh.

Notification, lest sinister suspicion arise hereafter, that the right ear of William son of John le Noble of Laghton was torn off in his minority by the bite of a pig. By K.

May 25. Roxburgh.

Pardon to William le Foghel of Brocton in Worcester gaol, for the death of John atte Mulne of Brocton, as it appears by the record of William Inge and Roger de Suthcote, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 22.

May 21. Roxburgh.

Appointment of Thomas le Hirde, Philip de Hedon, Thomas de Barton, Nicholas Cokerel, John le Jovene and Robert de Scoureburgh to audit the account of the collectors and receivers and of the administrators of the issues of the pavage granted to the burgesses and good men of the town of Beverley, and all the expenses touching works of paving.

May 7. Newcastle-onTyne.

Grant, in fee simple, for the service of half a knight's fee, to Richard de Exonia son of Richard de Exonia of the following lands in Connaught, extended at 30l. a year, to wit, the townlands (villatas) of Behach, Lysmorethethan, Cownach, Screnan, Ardmolan, Drumclogri, Nunchenach, Decolaghelyn, the half-townland of Kylcoyssh, and the half-townland of Scregachcryvyn, which Robert de Ufford, heretofore justiciary of Ireland, on pretext of a mandate directed to him, assigned, in fee simple, to the said Richard de Exonia the father, and which the son has held since his father's death; although they had no charter thereof. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

May 9. Morpeth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the person supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons of the Exchequer, by the abbot, for the alienation in mormain by John le Brun of Elkeston and Margery his wife, to the abbot and convent of Wynchecumbe of a messuage and a carucate of land, an acre of wood and 20s. 3d. of rent, in Wynchecombe, Cotes by Wynchecombe, Throp by Winchecombe and Pyseleye by Wynchecombe.

May 27. Roxburgh.

Pardon, to Walter son of William de Northwode, for the death of Richard de Shirburn of Watton, in consideration of Thomas le Leman of Beverley, Robert Lucas, Robert le Barker and Robert son of Simon de Northwode, all of Beverley, co. York, having undertaken before Richard Oysel, bailiff of Holdernesse, as the latter was empowered thereto for the Scotch expedition, that the said Walter, who had fled on that charge, for security to the liberty of Beverley, should come personally, with fitting arms, a week after next Trinity to the king wherever he might be in Scotland, to remain there on the king's service during pleasure; and also of any consequent outlawry.

The like to the following:—

Geoffrey le Slenger of Acclum, for the death of William de Housum, on the mainprise of Peter le Carpenter, Richard le Pestour, William de Tubthorp and John Yol, all of Beverley.

Hugh de Brigham, for the death of Thomas de Kendale, on the mainprise of Henry de Anloby, Walter le Rede, John de Hedon and Henry Dubbere, all of Beverley.

John Russel of Holm, for the death of Richard son of Basiled de Olstanwyk, on the mainprise of John Giffard, John le Tayllour, John de Waldeby, all of Beverley, and Peter Reyner of Hedon, co. York.

Robert le Spenser, for the death of John son of William de Hoton, on the mainprise of Robert de Hornse, Robert de Galmeton, Thomas de Hayton, all of Beverley, and William le Spenser of Hedon, of the county of York.

Bernard son of Thomas Darayns, for the death of John son of Roger de Westhaytefel, on the mainprise of Simon Herre of Esthaytefeld, Gilbert son of Adam de Esthaytefeld, William Cust of Esthaytefeld, William son of Simon de Swyne and Richard in the Wyleghes of Swyne, without the clause of the county and outlawry.

William Hore of Whyteby, for the death of Richard Penok of Whyteby, on the mainprise of Robert de Eggeton, William Cuntefughel, William Godesone, John de la Chaumbre and John de Whyteby, all of Beverley.

William de Gemelynge of Driffeld, for the death of William Abbot, on the mainprise of Herbert le Glovere, Robert Louchian, John de Liggeby and Simon son of Herbert de Beverlaco, all of Beverley, of the county of York.

Richard de Wylton, for the death of Thomas le Mareschal of Buggethorp, on the mainprise of Thomas son of Peter de Beverlaco, Robert le Porter, John Tolleray and William de Burton, all of Beverley, of the county of York.

Hugh Cobbe of Ayk, for the death of William son of Richard de Parco, on the mainprise of John Beck, Adam Simple, William de Ayk, all of Beverley, and Richard le Provost of Waghen, of the county of York.

May 29. Roxburgh.

Presentation of John de Derby to the church of Wappenham, in the diocese of Lincoln. By p.s.

May 29. Roxburgh.

Grant to Richard Oysel of the custody, during the minority of Herbert, the nephew and heir, of the lands which Herbert de Sancto Quintino held in chief in Holdernesse, as of the honor of Albemarle. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the bailiff of Holdernesse.

May 30. Lauder. (Loweder.)

Mandate to Walter de Gloucester, escheator beyond Trent, pursuant to letters] patent above after satisfying the debts of Margaret, the queen consort, and Amadeus, count of Savoy, to answer to divers merchants of Byern for the issues of all wardships and marriages, until the king's debts to them are satisfied ; and he is to appear personally at the Exchequer to make oath accordingly.

The like to Master Richard de Havering, escheator this side Trent.

Mandate to John de Sandale and Thomas de Cautebrigge, king's clerks, pursuant to the said letters patent, to view the letters patent showing the sums due to the said merchants and make indentures between them or one of them and each of the said merchants, showing the amount remaining to be paid, so that the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer may be certified thereof. By K. & C.

May 16. Roxburgh.

Pardon to Robert de Ketleston for the death of William Bronn of Lokynton, in consideration of his having found sufficient mainprise before Master William de Grenefeud, king's clerk, the chancellor, to come in person to the king in Scotland before Trinity, and to stay there on his service until Michaelmas at his own cost. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 21.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Letters for Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, staying in England, nominating Robert le Messager and William Durandi his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

The like for William de Donecastre of Chester, staying in England, nominating Geoffrey de Morton and Gregory Sampson his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

Writ of aid, until Michaelmas, for Ralph de Dalton, king's clerk, deputed to make purveyances of victuals for the household of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, staying at Tynemuth. By K. on the information of J. de Dro[kenesford].

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for John de Aberden, merchant, bringing victuals and other goods to the king's subjects in Scotland, on condition that he take none to the Scots, and do not communicate with them in any wise.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from R. bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, collectors of the tenth imposed, with the king's assent, on the clergy of England by Pope Boniface for three years, of 100 marks delivered to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

Vacated.

The like of divers sums, to wit:—

100 marks.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Presentation of Walter de Radyng to the church of Stoke Basset, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Master John de Everdon. By K.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Signification to J. bishop of Norwich of the royal assent to the election of Thomas de Suthcrek, canon of the house of St. Mary de Pratis by Crek, co. Norfolk, to be abbot of that place.

June 6. Linlithgow.

Simple protection, for one year, in Scotland for William de Tottehale, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, staying in England.

May 30. Smallholm. (Smalham.)

Pardon to the prior and convent of Bromholm, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the Chancery, for acquiring in mortmain the following lands:—

8 acres one rood of land and 1d.rent in Wytton by Bromholm and Ridelington, co. Norfolk, from John la Veille.

4½ acres of land in Baketon, co. Norfolk, from Anselm de Brigge.

One acre one rood of land in Wytton from Ralph Smaleprud.

14 acres of land and 8d. of rent in Burgh in Ludinglond, co. Suffolk, from Ralph Oliver.

A messuage and two acres of land there from Robert de Loges.

An acre of land in Carleton Colevill, co. Norfolk, from Richard le Clerk, and a moiety of an acre there from William le Wodeward.

And licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, for them to retain the same.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Licence for Guidetus and Janotus Spinelli, citizens of Genoa to buy 400 sacks of wool in the realm, ship them in the port of Southampton, and take them beyond seas without paying any custom.

Mandate in pursuance to the keepers of the custom of wools at Southampton.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prioress, for the alienation in mortmain to the prioress and nuns of Cotun by Roger de Scotia of a messuage, 1½ acres of land, 15 perches in length by 12 perches in breadth of land, 10 acres of meadow, common of pasture for 40 sheep, and 3s. 1d. of rent in Stalyngeburgh, Croxton, Haburgh and Keleby; by Herbert de Saltfleteby of 2s. of rent in Keleby; and by Richard de Keleby of 4s. of rent in Haburgh.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Association of Henry de Braylesford in the room of Roger de Bradeburn, who was put in his place for certain causes, with the sheriff of Derby to collect in that county the aid of 40s. on every knight's fee, granted on 1 July, 18 Edward I. by the prelates, earls, barons and other magnates in full parliament for marrying the king's eldest daughter ; the first moiety to be delivered at the Exchequer a week after the Purification, the second on the morrow of the Ascension to the treasurer and chamberlains there.

Licence for Roger le Bret the elder, in consideration of a fine made by him in the Chancery, to enfeoff Roger son of Roger le Bret of a messuage and a virgate of land in Coston, co. Leicester, which are held in chief.

June 6. Linlithgow.

Pardon to Robert Priket of Pontefract, in York gaol for the death of Nicholas de Stapelton, as it appears by the record of Peter Mallore and William Haward, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

June 4. Edinburgh.

Presentation of Hugh de Thorntoft to the church of Drayton Passelewe, in the diocese of Lincoln.

June 6. Linlithgow.

Letters for Richard, abbot of St. Taurin's, Evreux, staying beyond seas, nominating Ralph de Gymeges and Christian de Surenes his attorneys in Ireland for three years.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Alesia de Lacy of a messuage and 80 acres of land in Potterton, Bekhaghe and Aberford to a chaplain celebrating divine service daily in the church of Berewyk by Aberford for the souls of herself, of Adam de Potterton and their ancestors. Renewed because it was sealed by the king at another time.

June 12. Clackmannan.

Letters for the abbot of Savigny (de Seveniaco), going beyond seas, nominating William le Taillur, his fellow-monk, and Henry de Braunceton his attorneys for three years. By fine 100s.

The like for Peter, abbot of St. Gregory's (sic), Baskervill, staying beyond seas, nominating John Fouache and Robert de Pontaudemer for the same period.

June 12. Clackmannan.

Protection with clause [volumus] for one year for James de Ispania, going to the Court of Rome. By p.s.

June 10. Cambuskenneth. (Camskynel.)

Simple protection until Michaelmas for the abbot of Louth Park, going beyond seas to his general Cistercian chapter.

MEMBRANE 20.

June 6. Linlithgow.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by him before Philip de Wylgheby, king's clerk, supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons of the Exchequer, for Philip de Kyme, to enfeoff Robert de Arcy of his manor of Stalyngburgh, which is held in chief.

Pardon to Stephen Grazelyn of Hendre, in Launceveton gaol for the death of Martin Sweta of Delyoum, as it appears by the record of Robert de Wodeton and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol. This record Stephen afterwards vouched to warranty before John de Berewyk and his fellows, justices lately in eyre in the county of Cornwall, when charged before them, and the king caused it to come before him under the seal of the said John.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before Philip de Wylegheby, king's clerk, supplying the place of the treasurer and the barons of the Exchequer, by the prior, and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Suffolk, for the prior and convent of St. Peter's, Ipswich, to enclose, with the assent of Hugh Haraud, a void plot of the latter's containing six perches in length and three in breadth, a little way from the priory, and a road adjoining the priory eight perches in length and one perch in breadth, and to build upon the same for the enlargement of the priory, notwithstanding the statute of mortmain ; on condition that they make a like road on their own ground adjoining the former road.

June 12. Clackmannan.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Gilbert le Mareschal of Wygan, bringing bread, ale, flesh, fish and other victuals by land and water to the king and his army in Scotland.

Letters for the abbot of Furneys, staying in England, nominating William Hughe and Roger son of Adam Ughtred his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Letters for Richard Costantyn, staying in Ireland, nominating Walter de Hereford and John son of Stephen, his attorneys for two years.

June 10. Cambuskenneth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Cosham to the abbot and convent of Quarr of a messuage and a virgate of land in Atherton.

June 20. Perth.

Presentation of Hugh de Rouecestre to a moiety of the church of Ridelington, in the diocese of Norwich.

The like of John de London to the church of Randeworth, in the same diocese.

May 27. Roxburgh.

Pardon to the executors of John Tregoz in consideration of his expenses on the king's service in Gascony, of a loan of 50l., which he received by the hands of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, then keeper of the wardrobe, in the 22nd year of the king's reign, long before his passage to Gascony. By p.s.

June 20. Perth.

Pardon to Robert la Warde, steward of the household, for entering, without licence, into lands the value of 30l. a year, in the manor of Shulton and the park of Tholawe, co. Leicester, which are held in chief, by demise for life of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, the king's nephew, and which were taken into the king's hands for that reason ; with licence for him to have them again. By p.s.

June 22. Perth.

Pardon to John Lovel of Tichemersh, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of the residue of 2,000 marks, whereby he made fine for trespasses in the forest, 1,000 marks whereof were afterwards pardoned and the other thousand respited until last Whitsunday, on condition of his going in person within twelve days from the beginning of Lent last to Scotland as quickly as he could by common day journeys at his own expense, and with 12 barded horses, to stay there on the king's service until the said Whitsunday ; he having performed service in those parts beyond what he was bound to do under the said condition. By p.s.

June 22. Perth.

Pardon to Robert de Rikelyng and William and Nicholas his brothers, in the gaol of the Marshalsea, for the death of John Rys of Fynchingfeld, whereof they were appealed before the king, in consideration of Philip le Lardener of the county of York, Ralph de Mauneby of the county of Suffolk, John de Rickelyng of the county of Essex, William de Chigwell of that county, John son of Ralph de Farnham of the county of Surrey, and William Hardyng of the county of Bedeford, having undertaken before Master William de Grenefeld, the chancellor, that they should forthwith set forth towards Lynliscu in Scotland, to remain there in the munition of the castle at their own expense until Michaelmas. By p.s.

July 3. Perth.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of the abbey of St. Mary de Pratis by Crek to Thomas de Suthcrek, one of the canons, elected abbot thereof, and confirmed by J. bishop of Norwich.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

June 20. Perth.

Licence for John de Benstede, king's clerk, to fell and sell all the trees, green and dry, in 20 acres of land which he has, by the king's grant, in a place at la Punfaude, within the metes of the forests of Wolvemere. By p.s.

June 27. Perth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before Philip de Wylughby, king's clerk, supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by Richard son of Alexander de Langeleye and Elena his wife to the abbot and convent of St. Albans, of two messuages, 164 acres of land, 11 acres of meadow, 6 acres of wood, 70 acres of pasture and 4s. of rent in Langeleye, Caysho and Crokesleye.

June 20. Perth.

Pardon to Robert le Fuiz Neel for entering, without licence, into lands to the value of 20l. a year in the manor of Hynkele, co. Leicester, which are held in chief, by demise for life of Thomas, earl of Lancaster, the king's nephew, and which have been taken into the king's hands for that reason; with licence for him to have them again. By p.s.

June 28. Perth.

Pardon to William Moury of Pockele, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of John de Linton. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 19.

June 14. Clackmannan.

Appointment of Thomas de Multon of Egremond and John de Hudeleston, as John Buteturte, who was appointed captain in those parts, is with the king and cannot attend, to assemble all the men-at-arms and foot in the counties of Cumberland and Westmoreland and the march there, to go with the said commissioners in order to repel the Scots, who now that the king is with his host in the parts beyond the sea of Scotland have entered into the valleys of Annandale and Lydel with great power of men-at-arms and foot; and those whom they find disobedient they are to seize, and to take their lands and goods into the king's hands, and apply these to the maintenance of those who are willing to go. French.

The like of Walter de Huntercombe, in the room of John de Segrave, formerly captain in the county of Northumberland, but now with the king, to assemble the men-at-arms and foot in that county to go with the king's lieges who are at Berwick-on-Tweed against the Scots. French.

Writ de intendendo to the sheriff and others of Cumberland for the firstmentioned persons; and the sheriff to be ready with his power to do what he is commanded by them. French.

The like to the sheriff and others of Westmoreland. French.

The like to the people and commonalties of the valleys of Annandale and Lydel. French.

June 14. Clackmannan.

The like to the sheriff and others of Northumberland. French.

June 14. Clackmannan.

Notification to Aymer de Valencia of the above appointment of Walter de Huntercombe, and he is enjoined to attack the Scots and repel them. French. [Parl. Writs : vol. i. pp. 372, 373.]

June 30. Perth.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for the men deputed by the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset, who was commanded to purvey victuals for the Scotch expedition, to bring the said victuals to the king in ships; also for the ships and mariners in them.

July 7. Perth.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, for John de Yeland to grant, in fee simple, to Ralph son of William a fourth part of the manors of Angerton, Hertburn, Dodington, Nesbit, Hedun, Styford, Spyndon, Necton, Rydding, Merchenleye, Bromhale, Shelford, Thornburgh, Sotle, Blakederleye, Byrkenside, Waskerleye and Neubigginge, co. Northumberland, which are held in chief, and which after the death of Walter de Huntercombe, who holds the said fourth part by the law of England of the inheritance of Margaret, sometime his wife, should revert to he said John by virtue of a fine between him and the said Ralph son of William and Margery his wife, lately deceased (defunctam), one of the heirs of the said Margaret. By p.s.

June 27. Perth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the person supplying the place of the treasurer and the barons of the Exchequer by Master Henry de Benyngworth, sub-dean of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, for the prior and convent of Elsham to assign in mortmain the advowson of the church of Snartford to him as prebendary of the prebend of Welton Westhall in the said church.

Letters for John de Nevill, staying in England, nominating Geoffrey de Morton of Dublin his attorney in Ireland for two years.

June 20. Perth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and the Lichfield, the treasurer, by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. John the Baptist, Colecestre, of a messuage and 20 acres of land in Wytham by Roger Bacun, 50 acres of land there by Henry de Bluntesdon, 30 acres of land, 5 acres of wood and 7s. of rent in Est Donylaunde by Jordan son of Oliver de Colecestre.

June 25. Perth.

Licence for Mary, late the wife of William de Brewosa, to enfeoff Ralph de Camoys and Margaret her daughter of the manor of Bokham, co. Surrey, which is held in chief. By p.s.

The like for the same Ralph, to demise, for life, to the said Margaret, the manor of Flokethorpe, co. Norfolk, held in chief. By p.s.

Pardon to William de Perton, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of William Vapurvent. By p.s.

June 28. Perth.

Signification to R. archbishop of Tuam, of the royal assent to the election of Donatus, abbot of Buell, of the Cistercian order, as bishop of Elphin.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to restore to him the temporalities, after first receiving letters patent, sealed with his own seal and that of the chapter, that this grace shall not be to the king's prejudice, nor drawn into a precedent. By p.s.

June 14. Clackmannan.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest beyond Trent, for William le Mareschal to fell and sell oaks and other trees to the value of 60l. in his wood of Norton Mareschal, within the metes of the forest of Whittlewode; on condition that the sale be made in the trenches of the said wood. By p.s.

June 30. Perth.

Odo Oneyll and Nicholas de Mellifont, canons of Ardmach, bringing news of the death of N. their archbishop, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Letters for Robert de Abyndon, staying in England, nominating John de Wroxhale and John de Merston his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

June 29. Perth.

Pardon, by reason of his service in Scotland, to John son of Sewallus de Kemeston Herdewyk, for the death of John son of Robert Godrich of Kemeston Herdewyk and Richard Mariesone de Wotton Pieling.

June 30. Perth.

Presentation of Roger Herbert to the chapel of Oldebury, in the diocese of Worcester, void by the resignation of Robert de Wylmendon, the last rector, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Nicholas Burdon, tenant in chief.

MEMBRANE 18.

June 30. Perth.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master William de Grenefeld, the chancellor, to Nicholas, vicar of the church of Laghton in Morthyng, of a toft in Laghton in Morthyng, which he acquired, in fee simple, from Walter le Chaumberleyn of Laghton and Hawisia his wife.

July 10. Perth.

The like, in consideration of a fine made by the prioress in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Askwyth to the prioress and nuns of Apelton, of two messuages in York.

July 3. Perth.

Pardon to the prior and convent of St. Mary's, Luueth, in consideration of a fine made by Nicholas, the prior, before Philip de Wylghby, king's clerk, supplying the place of the treasurer and the barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring in mortmain 32s. 4½d. rent in Luueth by feoffment of William Hamelyn, which was for that reason taken into the king's hands by Walter Lenfaunt and his fellows, justices lately in eyre at Droghda in Uriel, with licence for them to have it again.

July 10. Perth.

Presentation of William de Thorntoft to the church of Doderhull, in the diocese of Worcester.

Vacated because otherwise in a Schedule attached. [Schedule missing.]

July 13. Perth.

Pardon to Thomas de Richemund, by reason of his service in Scotland, and of his having found sufficient security for his further service there, for the death of William Pollard, within the liberty of the bishopric of Dublin, whereof he was appealed by John de Fenton, approver, detained in York gaol for that death, for receiving any of those persons who were charged with the said death and for all trespasses in the realm. By p.s.

July 3. Perth.

Letters for John de Hibernia, staying in England on the king's service, nominating Gregory Sampson and John Cosyn his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

July 8. Perth.

Grant to Master John de Everdon, king's clerk, of the deanery of the free chapel of Wolvrenhampton, void by the resignation of Philip de Everdon, king's clerk. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the chapter.

The like to the sheriff of Stafford. By p.s.

July 7. Perth.

Presentation of William de Boudon to the church of Great Stanbrigg, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Henry Grapinel, tenant in chief. By p.s.

July 10. Perth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before Philip de Wylgheby, king's clerk, supplying the place of the treasurer, and the barons of the Exchequer, by the abbot, for the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, to appropriate the church of Bromfeld, in the diocese of Carlisle, which is of their own patronage, as it appears by inquisition ad quod damnum, made by the sheriff of Cumberland, that the king would only lose the presentation to it in time of voidance.

July 20. Perth.

Licence for the abbot and convent of St. Calais (Sancti Carilephi), in the diocese of Le Mans, to assign in frank almoin to the abbot and convent of Kirkestede, the manor of Covenham, co. Lincoln, with its lands, tenements, rents, advowsons of churches, homages, services, and other appurtenances. By K.

July 8. Perth.

Restitution, out of devotion to St. Cuthbert, to Anthony, bishop of Durham, of the royal liberty of the bishopric of Durham, which by judgment of the court before the king in parliament at Westminster, a week after Midsummer, 30 Edward I., was seized into the king's hands, and a keeper, justice and chancellor appointed by the king to the custody thereof, and to do justice to all persons of that liberty wishing to make plaints, as well of the bishop and his ministers, whom they asserted to have in many ways failed towards them in justice, as of other persons; whereby many plaints between the bishop and his ministers of the one part and the men of the commonalty of that liberty of the other part were moved by common assent of both parties before the king and council at Durham, three weeks after Easter, 31 Edward I., and were finally peaceably settled, and others amicably corrected by concord between the parties, as is testified by William de Bereford, Roger de Hegham, William de Ormesby and Henry de Gildeford, appointed thereto, except some which the king caused to be adjourned before the king in the next parliament: saving to the king and his heirs the royal dignity, rights and things which belong to the king and his crown, and that the concords and pacifications made between the bishop and the men of the said commonalty before the king and council, and the reformations and corrections made by their common assent while the liberty was in the king's hands be firmly observed. And if, by chance, any one in anywise contravene the premises, the king and his heirs will apply their hands to it as often as it shall seem fit.

Mandate in pursuance to Robert de Clifford, keeper thereof, or the person supplying his place, not to further intermeddle therein, and to remove the sheriffs and all other ministers deputed by him from their offices therein.

The like to William de Ormesby, justice appointed to hold pleas touching the said liberty, not to further intermeddle in the office of justiceship therein.

The like to Henry de Gildeford, king's clerk, chancellor of the said liberty, not to further intermeddle in his office, but to permit the bishop to enjoy it according to the tenor of the said letters patent, and to deliver to the king in the wardrobe, as soon as he conveniently can, the seal deputed for the rule of the liberty which was lately delivered to him. Et fuerunt patentes.

July 11. Perth.

Safe-conduct for John, monk of the abbey of Coupre in Anegus in Scotland, to whom the king recently gave licence to go beyond seas to Cîteaux with two grooms and his equipage (equitatura) on the affairs of the abbey.

July 28. Strathdighty ? (Stretheghthyn.)

Letters for Robert Cryketot, staying in England, nominating John de la Montaygne the younger his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Simple protection, until Christmas, for Matthew de Boyleawe, dean of the chapel of St. Buryan, and Richard de Middelhale. By the chancellor.

The like for Clement, doorkeeper of Thomas, the king's son.

MEMBRANE 17.

July 12. Perth.

Exemplification, by reason of its age and the weakness of the seal, of a charter of William I. in these words:—In nomine sancte et individie Trinitatis, ego Willelmus dei misericordia Anglorum rex, Normannorum Cenomannensiumque princeps, domini Willelmi Dunelmensis episcopi et Sansonis Baiocensis ecclesie thesaurarii et capellani mei precibus admonitus, pro remedio anime mee et vxoris mee Mathilde regine parentumque nostrorum, do Deo sanctoque Karilepho illas duas carucatas terre cum omnibus appendiciis suis quas prescriptus Dunelmensis episcopus W. de me tenebat in pago qui dicitur Lyndisi in villa que appelatur Choveneham, S. + Willelmi Anglorum regis, S. + Matilde regine, S. + Roberti comitis regis Anglorum filii, S. + Galfridi Constanciensis episcopi, Sig + num Willelmi Dunelmensis episcopi, Sig + num Sansonis thesaurarii ecclesie Baiocensis, S. + Hugonis decani Cenomannensis, Sig + Lanfranci Cantuariensis archiepiscopi, Sig + Odonis Baiocensis episcopi que comitis Canturiensis, S + Hanrici filii regis Anglorum + signum Walchelini episcopi Wintonnie + Signum Osmundi episcopi Seriburiensis S + comitis Alani, Sig + Henrici de Ferrariis, Sig + Willelmi de Braiosa S + Mauriciiregis Anglorum cancellarii et Cenomannensis ecclesie archidiaconi, S + Willelmi de Guarenna, S + Roberti Malet, S + Ruhali filii Alvredi, S + Halduini filii comitis Gilleberti. Hec carta facta est et confirmata apud villain Dontonam anno ab incarnacione domini M. octogesim osecundo, indictione Vta, Epact' xviij, Conc. V: Circ' Lun' xvj, anno xvj regni Willelmi.

July 10. Perth.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by William de Hulmo, parson of the church of Thursford, for Robert de Burgillun to assign in mortmain to him an acre of land and a moiety of a messuage in Thursford.

The like, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Cardevill to the prior and brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, of the manor of Wodecote, with the advowson of the church there and the hamlet of Lydeshelf.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, for Robert le Mek of York to hold, in fee simple, at a yearly rent at the Exchequer of 9d., by the hands of the bailiffs of the city of York, and to build upon a plot in that city adjoining the king's stew of Fosse, on the north side of the bridge of the said stew, lately void, and now, with the assent of the citizens of York, in part built upon by him, containing as it extends in breadth from the first end of the gutter leading from the street of Fossegate to the stew, 140 feet, and in length as it lies near the middle of the water like a weir from the said gutter to a stone column at the end of the said bridge 140 feet on one side, and as it extends in length on the other side near the highway from the end of the said gutter to the said said column 90 feet, which plot, before being built upon, was worth 6d. a year. And another void plot in that city near the said bridge on the north side, containing as it extends in length from the lane leading from the highway of Fossegate to the said stew near the middle thereof and everywhere 80 feet, as far as the gutter leading from the highway of Marketskire to the said stew; and as it extends in breath from the tenement of the said Robert, which be acquired from Roger de Thornton, to the said stew, at one end towards the east 45 feet, and at the other end towards the west 25 feet; which plot is worth 3d. By p.s.

July 31. Perth.

Stephen de Gilling and Adam de Dalton, monks of St. Mary's, York, bringing news of the cession of Benedict, their abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

July 10. Perth.

Pardon to William son of Thomas de Roteby, in consideration of a fine made by him before the person supplying the place of the treasurer, and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring two messuages and a virgate of land in Roteby by feoffment of William be Ferariis, who held them in chief, and which were on that account taken into the king's hands; with licence for him to have them again.

June 20. Perth.

Pardon to Ralph de Doddeworthy, in Exeter gaol for the death of Walter son of Hugh de Corendon, as it appears by the record of Richard Pyk and Andrew de Treslok and their fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

July 10. Perth.

Letters for Garricus de Fago, going beyond seas, nominating Nicholas de Aylesbury his attorney for one year.

July 28. Strathdighty ?

Licence for John de Bello Campo, of Fifhyde, staying with the king on his service in Scotland, to let to farm his manor of Fulburne, co. Cambridge, which is held in chief, to Master Richard de Neuport, to hold until three years after Michaelmas. By p.s.

July 11. Perth.

Safe-conduct for John de Gairgrave, king's clerk, whom the king is sending beyond seas on the king's affairs.

Aug. 9. Strathdighty ? (Strathegyn.)

Signification to Thomas, archbishop of York, of the royal assent to the election of John de Gyllyng, monk of St. Mary's, York, and prior of the cell of Wederhale, to be abbot of St. Mary's, York.

July 28. Strathdighty ? (Stratheghyn.)

Presentation of Master Ralph de Odiham to the church of Calistok, in the diocese of Exeter.

Aug. 1. Arbroath. (Aberbrothok.)

Grant, for life, to Henry de Craystok, king's clerk, of the custody of the hospital of St. Nicholas without Carlisle, void by the death of Hugh de Cressingham.

Writ de intendendo to the brethren and sisters and all the tenants.

July 12. Perth.

Pardon to William Gombaud, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John Swerd. By p.s.

Aug. 19. Kincardine.

Mandate to Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of St. Mary's abbey, York, to John de Gillyng, elected abbot, and confirmed.

The like to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants.

Aug. 14. Brechin. (Breghyn.)

Simple protection until Easter for Richard, prior of Durham.

Aug. 23. Aberdeen.

Letters for Edmund le Butiller, staying in Ireland, nominating Richard de Peveneseye and William son of Richard Page his attorneys for one year.

Aug. 9. Brechin.

Grant to Hugh Bardolf of the marriage of Robert son and heir of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief, By p.s.

Mandate to the wife of the said Robert to deliver the body of the said Robert to Hugh to be married.

MEMBRANE 16.

June 10. Perth.

Confirmation of the treaty of peace between the kings of England and France of 20 May. French. [Fœdera.]