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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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32 EDWARD I.

MEMBRANE 29.

1303. Nov. 23. Dunfermline.

Signification to S. bishop of Salisbury, of the royal assent to the election of William de Calne, sub-prior of St. Mary's, Ivychurch, to be prior.

Nov. 24. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Robert Capel, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Walter de Avaunt and Richard de Saxham. By p.s.

Nov. 24. Dunfermline.

Letters for Gunnora de Valoniis, staying in England, nominating Laurence Penbrok and William Wyse her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Nov, 25. Dunfermline.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Oxford, and in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas le Whal to the abbot and convent of Rewley by Oxford of a messuage and 1½ carucates of land in Nettelbedde by Bensington which are held in chief.

The like to the same by Thomas Costard of a messuage, 10 acres of land and 30 acres of wood in Nettelbedde, which are held in chief.

Nov. 24. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Almaric son of James de Warbelton, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Alan Codele of Warbelton. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Dunfermline.

Presentation of John de Norton to the church of St. Margaret, Antyngham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of the abbey of St. Benet, Hulme being in the king's hands.

Pardon to Thomas Hugun of Cornwall, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John Vallet and for homicides, &c.

Vacated because in the 31st year.

Nov. 26. Dunfermline.

Alexander de Marche and Hugh de Linc[oln], monks of Croyland, bringing news of the cession of Richard their abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

Nov. 24. Dunfermline.

Pardon to William Daustwyk son of William Daustwyk, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Benedict de Forneys and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Nov. 26. Dunfermline.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for the abbot of Cîteaux, coming to England to visit the houses of his order there. By p.s.

Nov. 31 (sic). Dunfermline.

Promise to keep harmless the Pope just created and all whom it may concern of any claim with respect to the other moiety of the tenth imposed with the king's consent on the clergy of England for three years by Pope Boniface VIII., the latter having, in addition to his grant of a moiety thereof to the king, granted that if he happened to die before the term of three years, the king should receive whatever remained to be collected after the Pope's death, and the king having accordingly, in consequence of the Pope's death, commanded R. bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, collectors thereof appointed by the Pope, and Master John Bonichii of Siena, commissary of the said Master Bartholomew, to deliver the money collected by them for the first term of the third year to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe. By letter of John de Drokenesford.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled.

Nov. 26. Dunfermline.

Mandate to the sheriff of Northampton to purvey 500 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of oats and 500 quarters of malt, within liberties and without, and to send them to Berwick-on-Tweed to the receivers of the stores there before the Purification. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

The like to the sheriff of Somerset and Dorset to purvey the same quantities. By letter of the same.

Writ of aid, directed to religious and other good men and subjects and the whole commonalty of the county of Northampton for the sheriff and Hugh Wake and Hugh Daundelyn, sent to supervise the said purveyance : with request to suffer payment to be postponed until after Easter, when it will be forthwith made by the sheriff out of the issues of the county. No corn is to be taken from anyone with less than 10l. worth of goods. By letter of the said John.

The like to the same in the counties of Somerset and Dorset for the sheriff and John de Bello Campo and John de Meriet. By letter of the said John.

Nov. 28. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Thomas son of William Lostiller of Wylseden in Bradeford for the death of Roger de Idel. By p.s.

Dec. 21. Dunfermline.

The like to Geoffrey Wythe Hameres for the death of Robert del Walde of Malton and any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Nov. 26. Dunfermline.

The like to John le Mercer of Bolton, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Agnes, late the wife of Michael le Mouner. By p.s.

Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

The like to Robert de Corby for the death of Henry le Mason and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Nov. 27. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Richard de Duffeld to the church of Rothewell, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Robert de Rothewell, tenant in chief, being in the king's hands. By p.s.

Nov. 25. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the abbess, for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Bardeneye to the abbess and nuns of Lacok of 2 messuages and 2½ virgates of land in Natton-by-Lacok.

Nov. 26. Dunfermline.

Writ of aid, for one year, for Stephen le Meu, sent by John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, to purvey cloth, grocery and other things for the Wardrobe.

Membrane 29 (Schedule).

1304. Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

Appointment of Roger de Hegham and Master Richard de Abyndon to assess the tallage in the city of York by poll or in common, as it seems best, according to the ability of the tenants, so that no advantage be given to the rich and the poor be not too heavily burdened, and to certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer quickly so that it may be speedily levied.

Writ of aid to the sheriff.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

The like of the said Roger, Walter de Gloucestre and John de Sandale, in the king's cities, boroughs and demesnes in the counties of Kent, Middlesex, London, Surrey and Sussex.

The like of the following to assess the tallage in the king's cities, boroughs and demesnes in the following counties :—

Master Richard de Abyndon, Southampton, Wilts, Somerset and Dorset.
John Randolf,
Master John Gerberge,
Peter de Leycestre, Gloucester, Worcester, Salop, Stafford and Hereford.
Nicholas Fermbaud,
William de Brikhill,
Henry Spigurnel, Oxford, Berks, Bedford and Buckingham.
Master John de Everdon,
Walter de Mollesworth,
William de Rodeston,
Humphrey de Waleden, Cambridge, Huntingdon, Essex and Hertford.
William de Spanneby,
Walter de Norwico,
Lambert de Trikingham, Northampton, Rutland and Lincoln.
Ralph de Littlebiry,
Thomas de Burnham,
William de Carleton, Norfolk and Suffolk.
William Haward,
Hervey de Staunton,
Richard de Furneux, Warwick, Leicester, Nottingham and Derby.
Henry de Sutton,
Master Adam de Agmodesham,
John de Insula, York and Northumberland, except the city of York.
Master Richard de Havering,
Ralph de Dalton,
Adam de Crokedayk, Lancaster, Cumberland and Westmoreland.
John de Kirkeby,
Michael de Harccla,
Gilbert de Knovill, Devon and Cornwall.
John de Kirkeby,
Thomas de la Hide,

July 10. Stirling.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Mandate to the above-mentioned Walter de Gloucestre not to act in Kent, &c., without Roger de Hegham.

The like to the rest not to act without the following :—

Roger de Hegham.

Master Richard de Abyndon.

Peter de Leycestre or William de Brikhill.

Master John de Everdon.

Lambert de Trikingham.

William de Carleton.

Master Adam de Agmodesham.

John de Insula.

John de Kirkeby.

May 6. Stirling.

Appointment of Walter de Norwico and William le Curzoun, in the room of William de Carleton, William Haward and Henry de Staunton, who were appointed to assess the county, but cannot attend to the assessment of the city of Norwich, to assess the said city to the amount of at least 400l., without preference to the rich or grievance to the poor, and to deliver extracts of such tallage to persons selected by them, for the latter to levy without delay and to answer for at the Exchequer, and the said Walter is to appear at the Exchequer and certify the treasurer and barons as soon as possible what has been done.

July 4. Stirling.

Association of the said Walter with William de Carleton, William Haward and Hervey de Staunton to assess the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, as above.

MEMBRANE 28.

1303. Nov. 24. Dunfermline.

Grant, at the request of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, to John le Bygod of Stocton, who holds the manor of Seterington in chief, of the homage and services of Geoffrey Stulle of Seterington and Josiana his wife and their heirs with respect to a messuage, 2 bovates and 3 acres of land in Seterington and 3 messuages and 7 bovates of land there ; as it appears by an inquisition made by the sheriff of York that they purchased the former messuage, &c., from John de Eston, and the latter from the said earl, who both held the same in chief, and that they now hold the same of the king in chief by homage and foreign service. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the said Geoffrey and Josiana to do their homage and other services to the said John and his heirs.

Nov. 28. Dunfermline.

Confirmation of a sale by letters patent of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, which the king has inspected, to William de Hamelton, king's clerk, for 246l. 13s. 4d., of the custody during the minority of the heir of the manor of Hunmanby, part of the lands late of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief : such sale having been made by her in pursuance of a grant to her of custodies and marriages to the amount of 4,000l. by lively of Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, and the escheators, for the discharge of her debts ; and grant that if the heir die within five years from Michaelmas last, the said William shall be compensated out of other lands and wards in the king's hands.

Nov. 26. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Simon de Gopshull, in consideration of his service to the king in divers parts, and of his having found surety before the king in the Chancery to appear before the justices of the Bench, of his outlawry for nonappearance before the said justices on a plea of Henry, parson of the church of Castel Sourby, that he should render account for the time that he was the said Henry's bailiff there. By p.s.

Nov. 29. Dunfermline.

Grant to William de Sulleye of what appertains to the king touching the marriage of Petronilla, late the wife of William de Neirford, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Dec. 6. Dunfermline.

William de Loccumbe, Richard de Stroguill and John Malet, monks of Glastonbury, bringing news of the death of J. their abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

Dec. 17. Dunfermline.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of Ivychurch priory to William de Calne, sub-prior thereof, elected prior and confirmed by S. bishop of Salisbury. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Dec. 1. Dunfermline.

Commission to Robert de Burghersh, keeper of the Cinque Ports, Henry de Cobeham and John de Northwode, the elder, to enquire touching mariners of the said ports and of other parts of the sea coast in the county of Kent, who were lately with the king on his service at sea in the parts of Scotland, and who withdrew without licence, to the retarding of the expedition ; and they are to take from those whom they find guilty sufficient mainprise to answer for the said contempt, and to inform the king of their names and those of their mainpernors.

The like to the said Robert and John Heryngaud, in the ports and sea coast of the county of Sussex.

The like to the said Robert and Thomas de Warbelton in the county of Southampton.

Dec. 18. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Robert de Askeby to the church of Great Hale, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of Bardeneye abbey being in the king's hands. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer.

Dec. 10. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Richard le Celeriresman of Tychefeld, in consideration of his service in Scotland and of his having found surety before the king in the Chancery to appear before the justices of the Bench, of his outlawry for non-appearance before the said justices on a plea of trespass of John de Glastingbury. By p.s.

The names of the mainpernors are contained in the Close Roll of the said date.

1304. Jan. 1. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Robert son of Alexander le Boucher of Scardeburgh, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Alan Moriz. By p.s.

March 18. St. Andrews.

1303.

The like to Robert Delmham, for the death of Michael de Carleel, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Dec. 25. Dunfermline.

Signification to J. bishop of Lincoln, of the royal assent to the election of Simon de Luffenham, secretary of the cell of Friston, pertaining to the abbey of St. Guthlac's, Croyland, to be abbot.

Dec. 15. Dunfermline.

Grant to Hugh le Despenser of all fines, punishments, and other things appertaining to the king, for the trespass by Henry son of Nigel, Nicholas Brun, Robert le Fox, Henry le Long and John le Hunte, while the said Hugh was on the king's service and under his protection, in carrying away the said Hugh's swans, whereof they have been convicted before William de Bereford and William Wace, justices appointed to hear and determine that trespass, and sentenced to gaol. By p.s.

Dec. 10. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Master Ralph de Odyham to the church of Marnhull, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of the abbey of Glastonbury being in his hands.

1304. Jan. 1. Dunfermline.

Writ of aid, until the Conversion of St. Paul, directed to the sheriffs, bailiffs and others of the counties of Lincoln, Leicester, Northampton and Rutland, in favour of Robert de Notingham, king's clerk, appointed to take into the king's hands all the goods and lands of persons in those counties who are bound to the king in anything for a proportion of the tenth in aid of the church of Rome, for the first term of the third year, which is due to the king. Boniface VIII. granted to the king a moiety of the said tenth, imposed on the clergy of England with the king's assent for three years, and further, with respect to the moiety reserved in aid of the church of Rome, granted that, in case of his death before the term, or in case of peace being made in the war touching the realm of Sicily, whatever remained to be collected after his death should be wholly applied to the king's use. The king therefore commanded the prior and convent of St. Catherine's without Lincoln, sub-collectors of the said tenth, to compel by sentences of excommunication, suspension and interdict, all ecclesiastical persons, without respect of dignity or condition, within the places committed to them, to make full payment for the first term of the third year, and to sequestrate their ecclesiastical goods, until they made full satisfaction, so as to have the whole money at the Exchequer on the morrow of Epiphany following on that day, or to certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of the names of those not paying, in order that the king might proceed against them severely. The prior and convent have informed the king that certain clerks and religious are rebellious and obstructive, and maliciously denounce the payment of the said tenth, whereby the payment is retarded. The said Robert is therefore commanded to take into the king's hands the goods and lands of those who, as he shall show by extracts of the said prior and convent, owe any proportion of the said tenth, and who are rebellious, obstructive, or in any way refuse payment thereof.

Jan. 18. Dunfermline.

Signification to W. bishop of Bath and Wells, of the royal assent to the election of Geoffrey Fromond, one of the monks, to be abbot of Glastonbury.

Jan. 8. Dunfermline.

Letters for John, prior of Lanthony by Gloucester, staying in England, nominating Henry Grene and John Sweyn his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Jan. 5. Dunfermline.

Pardon to John de Sutton, by reason of his service in Scotland, of 100 marks, in which he made fine at the Exchequer, for taking hares in the king's warrens of Holdernesse. By p.s.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to acquit him.

Jan. 10. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Nicholas de Bondegate, chaplain, for the alienation in mortmain by him to the canons of the church of St. Wilfred, Rypon, of a messuage in Rypon to build houses there for the vicars to inhabit.

Jan. 8. Dunfermline.

Simple protection, until Midsummer, for Stephen, prior of Lewes, going beyond seas. By p.s.

Membrane 28 (Schedule).

1303. Nov. 25. Dunfermline.

Grant to the abbot and convent of Stanleye of 211 acres of the king's wastes in the forest of Pewesham, to wit:—

30 acres between the abbey gate and the angle of the abbot's wood in length by 'La Rede Shupene,' deducting 100 feet in breadth of the king's soil between the said gate and Bradeyate in length to the highway (sic).

14 acres between the covert of the forest and the stream of Pewe; omitting a plot for the high road leading from Chippenham to Devyses between the said angle of the abbot's close and la Wodyate, containing in breadth 100 feet.

8½ acres in a place called Bradyate lying between the abbot's land on both sides.

21 acres in a place between the abbot's close and the highway in breadth, and between the stream of Pewe and the purpresture of Giles de Chiverden.

15 acres in a place without the gate of the house of the abbot's sheepfold.

11 acres in a place called Wardelaye between the covert of Bonewode and the abbot's close.

30 acres in a place called Bycumbe near the grange of Lockeswell.

78½ acres in a place called la Asshe.

They are to pay a rent by the hands of the sheriff of Notts of 79s. 1d., whereat the said wastes were arrented by John de Crokesle and other commissioners ; and they may enclose the same with a hedge and dyke and bring them into cultivation, except the three places of Wardelay, Bycumbe and la Asshe containing 122½ acres ; but they may not by reason of the said 211 acres claim common without the said places. By bill of the Exchequer.

1304. May 20. Stirling.

The like to the prior and convent of Newstead in Sherwood, of 180 acres of the wastes in the hay of Lyndeby in the forest of Shirewode, to wit, 60 acres in a place called le Swynehaghe, and 120 acres in divers places, namely, le Herdewyk, Holewelleclif, and Shepelawe, at a rent by the hands of the sheriff of Nottingham of 4l., whereat they were arrented by Richard Oysel; with licence to enclose them and bring them into cultivation. By like bill.

July 7. Stirling.

The like to Thomas de la Haye and his heirs of 38 acres of the wastes in the said hay of Lundeby, to wit, 10 acres in a place called Burdelker and 28 acres in divers places, namely, Gerardestoft, Halleyghes, Goldewode, Wycleclif, Fronawe and Bardeletyk, at a rent by the hands of the above sheriff of 15s. 4d. whereat they were arrehted by the above Richard ; with licence to enclose them as above. By like bill.

MEMBRANE 27.

Jan. 10. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Hugh Dun, of Barenton, of his outlawry for non-appearance before John de Berewyk and his fellow justices in eyre, in the county of Cambridge, when he was presented by the jurors of the hundred of Cestreton for the rape of Agnes, daughter of Robert de Lowe. By pet. of C.

Jan. 1. Dunfermline.

Safe-conduct, for two years, for Thomas de Jorz, of the order of Preachers, going to the court of Rome on the affairs of that order in England, his fellow friars or others in his company. By p.s.

Jan. 8. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Robert de Langeton to the church of Surlingham, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Hubert de Multon being in his hands. By p.s.

1303. Nov. 25. Dunfermline.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Norfolk, for Ralph de Camoys to enfeoff William Paygnel and Margaret his wife of the manor of Flokthorp, which is held in chief, for the latter to re-enfeoff the said Ralph and Margaret his wife and the heirs of Ralph. By p.s.

Dec. 1. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Adam de Colyngeburn to the church of Oueston, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Peter de Colyngeburn. By p.s.

1304. Jan. 16. Dunfermline.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest this side Trent, and in consideration of a fine made in Chancery, for Giles de Merkesden to enclose with a small dyke and low hedge an assart called 'Baystan,' containing 15 acres by the forest perch, which he acquired in fee simple from Eufemia, the prioress and nuns of Molseby within the metes of the forest of Galtres, which assart is an eighth part of a league (leuce) from the great covert of the said forest, and licence for him to build houses thereon, notwithstanding that it is a repair of the deer.

Jan. 13. Dunfermline.

Masters John de Swynefeld and Thomas de Cobeham, canons of the church of St. Paul, London, bringing news of the death of Richard de Gravesende, their bishop, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

Jan. 15. Dunfermline.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Midsummer, for Gerard de Wyspayns, bishop of Lausanne, staying beyond seas. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

1303. Dec. 30. Dunfermline.

Confirmation of a sale made in pursuance of a grant to her of custodies and marriages to the sum of 4,000l. by livery of Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, and the escheators for the discharge of her debts, by Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to Henry de Percy and John de Neyvill, for 350l. of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the castle and manor of Tateshale, with the hamlets of Kirkeby and Thorp, and of the manor of Boston, co. Lincoln, with the tronage and perquisites of court, and other appurtenances, being part of the lands late of Robert de Tateshale, tenant in chief.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

The like of a sale, made in pursuance of a power to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to sell custodies and marriages to the sum of 200l. to the use of Henry de Bello Monte, by the escheator to John de Farnham for 20l. of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of all the lands in Kent which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority of Matilda, one of the daughters and heirs of Salomon de Campis, tenant in chief, with her marriage.

The like as last mentioned of a sale by him to Hugh de Sancto Philiberto, for 25 marks, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of all the lands in Brueye, co. Buckingham, which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir of William de Kave, tenant in chief, with dowers, reversions and all other escheats.

May 10. Stirling.

The like as last mentioned of a sale by him to Nicholas de Okham, king's clerk, for 4 marks of the marriage of John son and heir of William de Asprevill, tenant in chief.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Andrew Attewyk of his outlawry for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench on a plea of Roger de Bradewell that he should render account for the time that he was receiver of his moneys, as he has found Richard de Walton, of the county of Buckingham, Thomas son of Thomas de Morton of the county of Berks, and John le Mounes of Oxford, to be mainpernors to have him before the said justices at York a fortnight after Easter to answer the said Roger. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Oxford to warn the said Roger to appear before the said justices on that day to prosecute his suit, if he thinks fit.

Jan. 16. Dunfermline.

Safe-conduct, until a fortnight after Easter, for Peter de Via, citizen and merchant of Genoa, going beyond seas. By K. on the information of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Richard de Inkepenne to the church of Fromton, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the lands and heir of Robert Walraund.

Jan. 16. Dunfermline.

Appointment of John de Merlowe, Geoffrey Dreu, Ralph le Palmer and Simon de Cestrefeld to assess 500 quarters of wheat, 500 quarters of barley malt, and 1,000 quarters of oats, which the commonalty of the town of Lenne granted in the presence of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, as a loan to the king for the Scotch expedition, and to collect and levy the same as the treasurer shall further direct them. They are to inform the sheriff of Norfolk of the names of those who resist, and he is commanded to have them before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer at York a fortnight after Easter.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of Crouland abbey to Simon de Luffenham, one of the monks, elected abbot, and confirmed by J. bishop of Lincoln.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants.

Jan. 12. Dunfermline.

Simple protection, for two years, for the prior and Friars Preachers of Exeter. By C.

Pardon to William son of John le Dextere, by reason of his good service [in Scotland], for the death of Robert son of Geoffrey de Lutterworth. By p.s.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

Safe-conduct, until a week after the Purification, for John Dymmok, king's serjeant, sent by the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to the sheriff of Salop to receive Richard de Harlegh, who is in custody in the prison of Shrewsbury from the said sheriff, and to take him to York to render account at the Exchequer for the time that he was sheriff of Salop and Stafford, and, in case the sheriff refuse to deliver the said Richard to the serjeant, to attach the sheriff, to have the said Richard at the Exehequer at the above date. By C.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Simple protection, for one year, for the abbot of Rufford.

Jan. 26. Dunfermline.

Mandate to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, and the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin, to purvey 600 quarters of wheat, 600 quarters of oats, 600 quarters of malt, 600 quarters of beans and peas and 100 tuns of wine out of the issues of Ireland for the Scotch war, and to send them before Easter at latest to Skynburnesse, for the munitions of the castles of Dumfres and Loghmaban and other of the king's castles in those parts, to James de Dalilegh, king's clerk, receiver of the stores there; and the king sends William de Wythinton to supervise the business.

MEMBRANE 26.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

Grant to Nicholas Malemeyns, king's yeoman, to the use of his daughter, of the marriage of John son and heir of William de Hardredeshull, tenant in chief, and in case of the death of John, of the marriage of the next heir. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Henry de Lancastre, the king's nephew, in consideration of his service in Scotland, and to Matilda his wife, of the. relief due from them at the Exchequer for the lands late of Hawisia de London, the aunt, and Payn de Cadurcis, the uncle of Matilda, whose heir she is. By p.s.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to acquit them accordingly.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Appointment of Robert de Burghersshe, constable of Dover castle, and Master Philip Martel, professor of civil law, to go to Calais a fortnight after Easter at latest, to make an inquisition, in conjunction with Master James de Courcell[es], canon of Arras, and John, lord of Fyennes, knight, deputies appointed by Philip, king of France, touching depredations at sea committed by the men of Calais and of the Cinque Ports upon one another.

Jan. 20. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Ralph Grymet, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Adam le Forestier. By p.s.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Grant, for life, to Master Edmund de London, clerk of the king's household (familiaris clericus noster), of the custody of the house of St. Thomas of Accon, London. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo to the brethren and tenants.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, for John de Chaumpvent, going beyond seas. By p.s.

Letters for him, nominating Gerard de Or[um] his attorney. By p.s.

The like for him, nominating the same in Scotland.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Simple protection, for two years, for Master Edmund de London, master of the house of St. Thomas of Accon, London. By p.s.

Jan. 26. Dunfermline.

Grant in fee simple to Thomas de Lude, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Dorset, of a void plot in the town of Dorcestre containing 5 perches in length and 1½ perches 6 feet in width, extended at 6d., for him to build on, rendering 2s. a year, at which it is arrented by the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, by the hands of the said sheriff. By p.s.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and canons of Assheby Canons by William de Sancto Johanne of 26 acres of land in Plumpton, by John Bonpere of 15 acres of land in Atteneston, by Walter Brithrich of Atteneston of 12 acres of land there, by Richard le Mouner of Esseby and Thomas le Whelwright of Daventre of a mill and 3 acres of land there, by Richard son of Philip de Atteneston of 3 acres of land and 12d. rent there, and by Roger de Bosco of Atteneston of 4 acres of land there.

Jan. 23. Dunfermline.

Pardon, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to the prior and convent of Thetford for acquiring in mortmain a messuage in Thetford which William le Bret by will bequeathed for life to Isabella de Hardeburgh, sometime his wife, and after her death to them, and restitution thereof to them.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Easter, for Giles de Trumpteton, staying beyond the seas with Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, on the king's service. By K.

Jan. 27. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by the dean and chapter of the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, for the alienation in mortmain to them by Richard de Rothewell and Richard de Stretton of three messuages in Lincoln, by the said Richard de Stretton of a messuage there, by Richard de Rothewell of a messuage in Navenby, by Roger de Martivall, Thomas de Foxle and Baldwin de Foxle, executors of the will of Master John le Fleming, of a messuage in Lincoln, and by Master Thomas Pereres of 2 messuages there.

Letters for Robert de Napton, going to Ireland, nominating Henry de Hokkele his attorney for one year.

Simple protection, for one year, for the prior of Lanthony Prima in Wales.

Jan. 30. Dunfermline.

Licence for Thomas le Latimer to crenellate his dwelling-place of Braybrok, co. Northampton. By p.s.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Easter, for John Dautrive, staying beyond seas with Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln. By the chancellor.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Acquittance of Adam de Welle, who lately purchased the manor of Wyberton, co. Lincoln, from John de Hoiland, deceased, from any demand which the king may have with respect to that manor for arrears for the time that the said John was collector of the tenth and sixth in that county. By p.s.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of Glastonbury abbey to Geoffrey Fromound, one of the monks, elected abbot.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Feb. 12. Dunfermline.

Acquittance to the abbot of Glastonbury of 1,200 marks fine made at the Exchequer by the prior and convent for having the custody of the abbey during voidance after the death of John, the late abbot, namely, for six months from the 14th November last.

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

Feb. 1. Dunfermline.

Letters for Adam le Blund, of Arclo, staying in England, nominating David le Galeys his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Jan. 30. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by the commonalty of the town of Worcester to the abbot and convent of Pershore of 363 feet by 120 feet of land in Worcester.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Nottingham for Roger de Lanum to enfeoff Robert le Power and Roger his son of 13s. 4d. rent in Northtylne and Southtylne, which are held in chief; granted in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the said Robert.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Grant to Thomas de Bikedon, of Shrewsbury, clerk, of the custody, during pleasure, of the smaller piece of the seal for recognisances of debts in that town, in the room of Robert de Buckenhale, clerk, who has been removed, as it appears by testimony before the king that he is not a fit person, and does not attend to the office personally as he ought.

Mandate in pursuance to the said Robert to deliver to him the said piece, with the rolls of recognisances.

MEMBRANE 25.

Jan. 28. Dunfermline.

Mandate to the mayor and sheriffs of London to arrest the goods of merchants of Flanders not on the side of the king of France, which they may find within the city, to the value of 312 marks, as it appears by complaint of Bernard Maillekyn, Raymond de Momars, merchants of Bayonne, and Peter du Dest, master of a ship called la halop Saint Nicholas of Bayonne, that when they brought to England this ship, laden at Lissebon, in the realm of Portugal, with wines, spices (speciebus) and other goods and merchandise to trade with, Giles de Barflete and others of the land of Flanders assaulted them at sea near Sandwich, entered their ship and carried away their goods to the value of 312 marks, and imprisoned them in the ship for 10 days and nights; that the ship of the said Giles, with the said plundered goods, was afterwards driven by contrary winds into the port of Faversham, and was arrested by the bailiffs of that town, and the said Giles and his accomplices were attached at the suit of the said merchants, as the custom is, to answer touching the trespass; that the king, zealous of a good understanding between his men and the men of the land of Flanders, and upon a request made by John, count of Namur, to Robert de Burgherssh, warden of the Cinque Ports, caused the said attached persons, with their ship and goods, to be delivered, so that they might return to Flanders and be brought to justice there, and requested the count, headéchevins and good men of Bruges to make restitution to the said merchants for their goods and amends for the trespass ; but they have as yet had no satisfaction whatever.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by Reginald Herlisun before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for Matilda de Dageworth, one of the sisters and heirs of Simon de Scaccario, and for William Peyforer and Lora his wife the other (alteri) of the sisters and heirs of the said Simon respectively, to grant to the said Reginald and Hawisia daughter of the said Matilda and the heirs of Hawisia, their purparty of the office of usher of the Exchequer, which purparties are held in chief.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Appointment of Master Henry de Thornhagh to the custody, during pleasure, of the abbey of Bardenay, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the deposition of Robert de Waynflet, late abbot ; all the issues are to be applied by the counsel of the prior and convent and the said Master Henry together, and no sheriff, bailiff or other minister is to be lodged in the abbey or its granges without licence of the latter. By C.

Feb. 8. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Henry de Appelby to the church of Tyverengton, in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heirs of Anketin Salveyn, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Feb. 8. Dumfermline.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the sub-collectors of the papal tenth in the bishoprics of Lincoln, Worcester, Hereford, Winchester and Salisbury, for John de London, king's clerk, sent to see how much has been levied and how much remains, and to hasten to York the carriage of the portion belonging to the king.

Mandate in pursuance, to the sheriffs and other ministers to provide sufficient carriage at the king's cost.

Feb. 2. Dunfermline.

Simple protection, for two years, for William de Eboraco, parson of the church of Hedon.

Jan. 30. Dunfermline.

Licence for Edmund de Mortuo Mari, in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to grant in fee simple to John his son, a messuage, 24 acres of land, 4 acres of meadow, 4 acres of pasture and 74s. 4d. rent in Aure and the advowson of a moiety of the church there, and a moiety of the hundred of Blydeslowe, which are held in chief.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Safe-conduct, until three weeks after Easter, for Petrucius called Ranaldi de Montorio and Arrigucius dei Visconti (de Vicecomitibus) of Pisa, donsels of the household of Matthew, cardinal deacon of St. Mary's in Porticu, coming to the king with letters of the coronation of Benedict as Pope.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Midsummer, for Walter, bishop of Bath and Wells, going beyond seas on pilgrimage. By p.s.

The like for the following, going with him :—

Robert de Heselshawe, clerks.
Master William de Lanton[y],
Roger de la Lee,
Walter de Kemesey,
Thomas de Culmescote,

William de Heselshawe.

Elias de Woure.

John Samuel.

John de Alberton.

Walter de Cumbe.

William de Houton.

Master Richard le Keu.

Robert de Grofhurst.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Acknowledgment of the receipt by the hands of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, from the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, sub-collectors in the diocese of York of the tenth imposed with the king's assent on the clergy of England for three years by the late Pope Boniface VIII. deputed thereto by the bishop of London, and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, principal collectors thereof, of 60l. of the portion thereof due to the king, for the first term of the third year. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

The like to the following sub-collectors in the following dioceses:—

The abbot and convent of St. Peter's, Gloucester, for the diocese of Worcester, 220l. By letter of the said Philip.

The abbot and convent of Langele, for the diocese of Norwich, 200l. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of Morgan, for Llandaff, 100 marks. By like letter.

March 21. St. Andrews.

The prior and convent of Rochester, for Rochester, 152l. By letter of John de Drokenesford.

March 22. St. Andrews.

The prior and convent of Ely, for Ely, 47l. 5s. 5d. By letter of the said Philip.

The prior and convent of St. Catherine's without Lincoln, for Lincoln, 586l. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of St. Peter, Gloucester, for Worcester, 30l. By like letter.

The prior and convent of Bernewell, for Ely, 72l. 16s. 8½d. By like letter.

The dean and chapter of Hereford, for Hereford, 100l. By like letter.

The prior and convent of Carlisle, for Carlisle, 40l. By like letter.

The prior and convent of Kenilworth, for Coventry and Lichfield, 50l. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of Redynges, for Salisbury, 200 marks. By like letter.

Feb. 5. Dunfermline.

Pardon, at the instance of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, to Roger le Bercher, of Burton, for the death of Matilda, daughter of William atte Welle, sometime his wife, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by John de Creystock, before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for John de Bouyngton to grant for life to the said John de Creystock three messuages in Creystock which are held in chief, with remainder in tail to William de Creystock his brother, with remainder in fee simple to Margaret de la Vale, his sister.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the bailiffs and good men as well as to the other tenants of the lands late of Richard son of Alan, sometime earl of Arundel, deceased, of the town of Whitchurch and the parts adjacent, for Master Bernard de Mercato, attorney of Amadeus, count of Savoy, to whom the king granted the custody thereof during the minority of the heir.

Feb. 14. Dunfermline.

Grant, during pleasure, to Nicholas Malemeyns, king's yeoman, of all the lands in Langeton and Rothewell, co. Lincoln, late of Robert de Rothewell, deceased, tenant in chief, which came to the king's hands by the felony of John son of the said Robert, for which he was outlawed. By p.s.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, in whose custody they are, to deliver them to him.

Feb. 3. Dunfermline.

Presentation of John de Hauecle to the church of Strete, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Glastonbury. By p.s.

Feb. 16. Dunfermline.

The like of William de Estden to the church of Orsete, in the diocese of London, in the king's hands by reason of the voidance of that see. By p.s.

Jan. 9. Dunfermline.

Pardon to John de Ledride for the death of Richard Stacy, of Long Ditton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Jan. 8. Dunfermline.

The like of Roger de Inkepenne for the death of Adam de Stratton, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 24.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the prior and convent of Boulton in Craven, to appropriate the church of Preston in Craven, which is of their own advowson.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

The like, in consideration of a fine made by the said prior in the Chancery, and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, for Henry de Hertlington, to assign in frank almoin to the said prior and convent 5 messuages, 2 bovates of land and 2s. rent in Appeltrewyk, held of the king by knight service, by reason of the manor of Skipton, with the homage and service of William Desert, the said Henry's tenant, of 4 bovates of land there, in exchange for 2 messuages, a bovate and 15 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, and 5s. rent in Appeltrewyk and Brynshale, held by them in frank almoin.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, and of the depressed state of the abbey, for the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, to appropriate the church of Donecastre, which is of their own patronage, and is in the diocese of York, and consists of two portions.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled, una videlicet.

Feb. 17. Dunfermline.

Safe-conduct, until Ascension, made with the assent of the earls, barons and other lieges, who are with the king in Scotland, for the bishop of Dunkeld and those of his household whom he is bringing with him into the king's peace, their horses, baggage and other goods. By p.s.

The like for the following :—

Feb. 21. Dunfermline.

Alexander de Moubray, clerk. By p.s.
The bishop of St. Andrew's.
Richard de Moubray, clerk.
John de Soules, knight.
James Steward (senescallo) of Scotland, knight.
John Comyn, earl of Boghan.
Ingelram de Umframvill, knight.
David de Breghyn, knight.
William de Balliolo, knight.
John Wychard, knight.
William, archdeacon of Lounays.

Feb. 5. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Robert de Hoga to the church of Budekele, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Glastonbury. By p.s.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Grant to Bertus Penuchius, Stoldus de Friscobaldis, Coppus Cotenne and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, of the custom on wool, hides and wool-fells in all ports of the realm of England and the land of Ireland, from 1 April next, until they are satisfied of whatever the king owes them. The king had lately, by letters patent, assigned to the citizens of Bayonne, in satisfaction of debts due to them by letters patent of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, late lieutenant in the duchy of Aquitaine, all the issues of the said custom in the realm of England, the land of Ireland, and the land of Scotland, as soon as it came into the king's peace, to hold until they received full payment of their debts. Afterwards, by letters patent, he assigned the said custom, after the merchants of Bayonne were paid off, to the said merchants of Florence, to hold until they received payment of divers loans to the king (the amount to be ascertained by final account), as well as of a gift of 10,000l. sterling, which the king granted them in compensation of their losses sustained by reason of the postponement of the repayment of the said loans ; and the above grant is made in pursuance of the said letters patent.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Mandate in pursuance to the collectors and receivers of the said custom in the port of Newcastle-on-Tyne to deliver by indenture to the said merchants or their attorney all the money they receive from the said custom from 1st April inclusive. Et. fuerunt patentes.

The like to the collectors and receivers of the said custom in the following ports :—

Kyngeston on Hul.

The town of Boston.

Lenne.

Jernemuth.

Ipswich.

London.

Sandwich.

Southampton.

Exeter.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

The like to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to cause all the money arising from the said custom from next 1 April, together with the second half of the seal called 'coket,' to be delivered to the said merchants by the collectors and receivers thereof in the ports and other places in Ireland. Et fuerunt patentes.

Feb. 10. Dunfermline.

Mandate to Peter de Besaz, citizen of Bayonne, lately deputed on behalf of the citizens of Bayonne to the custody of the second half of the seal called 'coket' in the port of Newcastle-on-Tyne, to deliver the said half by indenture next 1 April to the said merchants or their attorney. Et fuerunt patentes.

The like to the following deputies, citizens of Bayonne, to deliver their halves of the "coket" to the said merchants or their attorney :—

Thomas de Langar in Kyngeston-on-Hul.

William de Laur' and Michael de Molyar in Boston.

Peter de Sancto Paulo in Lenne.

John de Norton in Jernemuth.

.... [name omitted] in Exeter.

Peter de Campet in Ipswich.

Pelegrin de Avorte in London.

Menaldus de la Ryber in Sandwich.

Arnold de la Cornere in Southampton.

Feb. 25. Dunfermline.

Pardon to Thomas son of Hugh de Bello Campo of Coleby, for burning the house of John son of Adam de Bolione, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Feb. 6. Dunfermline.

Presentation of Roger de Assherigg to the church of Beby-by-Leycestre, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the abbey of Croyland. By p.s.

Feb. 17. Dunfermline.

The like of Roger de Solers to the church of Great Rollandright, in the same diocese, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Philip Burnel, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Feb. 14. Dunfermline.

The like of Odardus de Monte Martini to the church of Ryngwode, in the diocese of Winchester. By p.s.

Feb. 14. Dunfermline.

Grant to the said Odard of a prebend, late of James de Ispannia, in the church of St. Paul, London, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of London. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Feb. 12. Dunfermline.

Pardon to William le Latimer, the younger, who was impleaded before the justices of the Bench, by the abbot of Whyteby, of the unjust detention of the abbot's beasts, and was convicted by inquisition of impounding them, killing them and consuming them in his household, of the said trespass or felony and of all trespasses, as it appears by the abbot's letters, sealed with the seal of the chapter, which the king has inspected, that the abbot has remitted all action he might have against him by reason of the said trespass. By p.s.

Vacated because otherwise on the Schedule attached.

Membrane 24 (Schedule).

Feb. 12. Dunfermline.

The same, except that the words "and of all trespasses" are changed to "and also of homicides, robberies, felonies, receiving felons, and other trespasses." By p.s.

March I. Dunfermline.

Grant to Rohert son of Payn of all the debts due at the Exchequer by Richard de Bosco, deceased. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the executors of the will of the said Richard to pay the sum to Robert. By p.s.

The like to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, after scrutinising the rolls of the Exchequer, to assign the said debts to Robert and acquit the executors. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 23.

Feb. 26. Dunfermline.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Clement, porter of Thomas, the king's son.

March 6. Die. (Douery.)

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior for the alienation in mortmain by William Sampson, of Epreston, to the prior and convent of Thurgarton, of 2 acres of wood in Epreston.

March 6. Durie.

Letters for Stephen, prior of Lewes, going beyond seas, nominating Bartholomew de Dusa, his fellow monk, and Thomas de Holm, his attorneys until Midsummer.

March 6. Durie.

Presentation of John de Maydenestan to the church of Weston, in the diocese of Norwich.

March 12. St. Andrews.

John Ingram and John son of Thomas, canons of the church of Ferns, bringing news of the death of R. their bishop, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

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

March 22. St. Andrews.

Protection, with clause volumus, until a year after Midsummer, for Master Peter de Dene going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

March 21. St. Andrews.

Safe conduct, until Michaelmas, for Gerard de Fraxineto, whom Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, the king's son, and Elizabeth, the king's daughter, his wife, are sending with the king's licence, beyond seas of their affairs. By letter of p.s.

March 15. St. Andrews.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Stephen, prior of Lewes, going beyond seas. By p.s.

March 15. St. Andrews.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Arnold son of Walter de Bukton to the prior and convent of Bridlington of 10 tofts and 9 bovates of land in Burton Flemeng to find a chaplain celebrating divine service daily for the soul of Arnold and his ancestors in the chapel of St. Laurence, Bukton. By p.s.

March 15. St. Andrews.

Appointment of Henry de Gildeford, Reginald de Carteret and John de Ditton, as justices to go on eyre for common pleas this term in the islands of Gernereye, Jereseye, Serk and Aurneye, and to hear and determine trespasses and complaints against the bailiffs and ministers of the king or others.

Writ de intendendo, directed to knights, free men and others of those islands.

The like to Otto de Grandisono, keeper of those islands, or the persons supplying his place.

March 25. St. Andrews.

Letters for Alan la Zusche, staying in England, nominating Henry le Kyng of Swaveseye and Simon le Parker of Esseby, his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

March 22. St. Andrews.

Signification to R. archbishop of Canterbury, of the royal assent to the election of Master Ralph de Baudak, dean of St. Paul's, London, to be bishop. By p.s.

March 31. St. Andrews.

Pardon, at the instance of Master John de Kenlee, king's clerk, to Roger Foliot and Reginald Eylrich for the death of William son of Richard Adam, of Overeheyton, and for robberies, &c. By p.s.

March 12. St. Andrews.

The like to Thomas de Langeford of Ludelawe, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of David le Taillur of Ireland, and other trespasses, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

April 14. St. Andrews.

Presentation of Richard de Henney to the vicarage of the church of Barton-on-Humber, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the temporalities of the abbey of Bardeneye being in his hands. By p.s.

March 22. St. Andrews.

Letters for Peter de Alatro, parson of the church of Boston, staying beyond seas, nominating John de Thokewyt his attorney for three years.

April 6. St. Andrews.

Safe-conduct, for fifteen days, at the request of John, earl of Athol, the king's kinsman, for Gilbert son of William son of Gilbert and Adam Lyder, burgesses of the town of Aberden, lately taken at Fyvele by Scardeburgh, and committed to York gaol for being found in a ship laden with cloth, armour, and other merchandise, which they were taking to Scotland to the king's enemies.

March 24. St. Andrews.

Mandate to Robert de Burghessh, constable of Dover, and John de Bauqnell, seneschal of Ponthieu, knights, to act with Robert Burnel, lord of St. Venaunt and Master Jakes de Courcell, clerk, appointed by the king of France in the room of the lord of Saq[uai]nvill and Moutoun de Blanvill [alias Blaunvill] to enquire touching trespasses committed upon one another during the time of truce by the men of the sea coast of England and Normandy. John, bishop of Winchester, Amadeus, count of Savoy, Henry, earl of Lincoln, and Otto de Grantzon, knight, the king's proctors, and Louis, count of Evreux, Robert, duke of Bourgoigne, John, duke of Bretagne, and Peter, lord of Chaumbli, knight, proctors of Philip, king of France, respectively appointed the said Robert and John, on the one part, and the lord of Saquainvill and Mouton de Blanvill on the other. French.

March 22. St. Andrews.

Acknowledgement of the receipt from the abbot and convent of Colecestre, deputed by the bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, principal collectors of the papal tenth on the clergy, to be sub-collectors thereof in the diocese of London of 7l. 6s. 8d. for the first term of the third year, by the hands of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe; and promise to save the principal collectors harmless in respect thereof. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

The like of the following sums from the following sub-collectors in the following dioceses :—

The abbot and convent of Colecestre, 100 marks. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

The same, 30l. By like letter.

April 13. Strling.

The abbot and convent of Seleby, for York, 40l. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

The abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, for York, 100l. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of Burton-on-Trent, for Coventry and Lichfield, 40l. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of Newminster, for Durham, 200l. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

April 8. St. Ford ? (Sandford.)

The abbot and convent of Certeseye, for Winchester, 240l. By like letters.

The abbot and convent of Oseneye, for Lincoln, 190l.

April 14. Inverkeithing. (Inverkethyn.)

The prior and convent of Exeter, for Exeter, 80l. By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

April 17. Culross.

The abbot and convent of Hide, Winchester, for Winchester, 100 marks. By letter of the said Philip. The same, 91l. 13s. 4d. By letter of J. de Drokenesford.

May 4. Stirling.

The prior and convent of Thurgarton, for York, 40l.By letter of Philip de Wylgheby, chancellor of the Exchequer.

May 5. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of Schirebourn, for Salisbury, 200l. By like letter.

May 8. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of Langeleye, for Norwich, 200l. By like letter.

May 10. Stirling.

The prior and convent of Thurgarton, for York, 52l. 14s. 6d. By like letter.

May 20. Stirling.

The abbot and convent of Colecestre, for London, 100 marks. By like letter.

The abbot and convent of St. Edmunds, for Norwich, 300l.By like letter.

June 1. Stirling.

The prior and convent of St. Gregory, Canterbury, for Canterbury, 200l. By like letter.

June 5. Stirling.

The dean and chapter of Hereford, for Hereford, 40l. By like letter.

The prior and convent of Carlisle, for Carlisle, 20l. By like letter.

June 16. Stirling.

The prior and convent of Lanceveton, for Exeter, 56l. By like letter.

MEMBRANE 22.

April 4. St. Andrews.

Letters for Joan, late the wife of Peter de Geynvill, staying beyond seas, nominating Richard des Blez and Richard Harpini her attorneys for two years.

April 8. St. Ford.

The like for Otto de Grandisono, parson of the church of Mammecestre, going beyond seas, nominating John Gousyn for two years.

The like for Walter, bisnop of Bath and Wells, going beyond seas, on pilgrimage, nominating Nicholas de Langelond and Richard de Rodenye until Midsummer. By p.s.

April 9. Durie.

Protection with clause volumus until a year after Whitsunday for Richard, prior of Durham, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

April 8. St. Ford.

Letters for Geoffery de Geynvill and Matilda his wife, staying in Ireland, nominating John de Prydye his attorney for one year.

April 8. St. Ford.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the person supplying the place of the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer for the abbot and convent of Robertsbridge to assign in frank almoin to Gilbert, bishop at the church of Holy Trinity, Chichester, and his successors 100s. rent out of their manors of Sandore and Derne for the maintenance of two clerks in the latter church to cense the host at its elevation daily at the high altar there.

April 8. St. Ford,

The like, in consideration of like fine made by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by John Levenoth to the abbot and convent of Waltham, of 80 acres of land in Nasingge.

March 31. St. Andrews.

Presentation of Boniface de Carto to the church of Dungarvan, in the diocese of Lismore, void by the resignation of Aymo de Carto. By p.s.

April 16. Inverkeithing.

Simple protection until Christmas for Aymo de Carto, provost of Beverley, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

Letters for him nominating Richard de Anlouby and Edmund Juvenceaus. By p.s.

April 9. Durie.

Presentation of John de Houeden to the church of Styveton, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of William de Houeden.

April 13. Inverkeithing.

The like of John de Heyford to the church of Heyfordewardyn, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Warin de Insula, tenant-in-chief.

April 10. Durie.

Simple protection for one year for John de Lewes, canon of Wengeham.

Feb. 20. Dunfermline.

Pardon to William son of John Barry of Asfordby, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Henry Fotour and of his abjuration of the realm for the same. By p.s.

April 8. St. Ford.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas Comyn to the abbot and convent of Cirencestre of a messuage and a carucate of land in Salperton.

April 17. Culross.

Simple protection for one year in Ireland for Geoffrey de Canvill staying in England. By p.s.

April 10. Stirling.

Mandate to the sheriff of York to pay (as John de Derby, king's clerk, sent by the king, shall direct) out of the issues of his bailiwick coming in from Easter for the 500 quarters of wheat, 500 of oats, 500 of malt and 200 of peas and beans lately purveyed in his county, and sent to Berwick on Tweed to the receivers of the stores there. He is to take receipts for the amounts.

The like to the following sheriffs :—

The sheriff of Lincoln, as William de Whetle, king's clerk, shall direct.

Pardon to Henry de Percy, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of all trespasses in parks, warrens and stews of Holdernesse ; for breaking the park of Tottele, hunting therein and carrying away deer; and for homicides, &c., and of any consequent outlawry.

Vacated because otherwise immediately after.

April 2. St. Andrew's.

The same in the same words. By p.s.

April 9. St. Ford.

Assignment to William de Sancto Paulo, Arnold de Sancto Martino, John de Beryes, Raymond de Artigalung, John de Sedgnaus, Peter de Francia, yeoman of John de Seintcrik, and Vincent de Lagenes, citizens and merchants of Bayonne, in part payment of the king's grant to them of 500l. for their expenses in the prosecution on the king's behalf of William de Saut, sometime citizen of Bayonne, deceased, of the following sums :—

100l., in which the abbot of St. Mary's, York, made fine before the treasurers and barons of the Exchequer for licence to appropriate the church of Donecastre, in the diocese of York, of their own patronage.

50l. like fine made by the prior of Boulton in Craven, co. York, for licence to appropriate the church of Preston in Craven, of their own patronage.

20l. like fine made by Reginald Herlison, of the county of Essex, for licence to enter the purparties of Matilda de Dageworth, one of the sisters, and of Lora, wife of William Peyforer, another of the sisters and heirs of Simon de Scaccario, in the office of the ushership of the Exchequer, which purparties are held in chief.

20 marks like fine made by Edmund de Mortuo Mari, of the county of Gloucester, for licence to enfeoff John his son of tenements in Aure and Blideslawe, which are held in chief.

10 marks like fine made by the prior of the monks of Thetford, of the county of Norfolk, for having back a messuage in Thetford, which he had entered contrary to the statute of mortmain.

100s. like fine made by John de Craystok, of the county of Cumberland, for licence to enter 3 messuages in Craystok, held in chief, by grant of John de Bouyngton.

100s. fine made in the chancery by the archbishop, and the dean and chapter of the church of St. Mary, Rouen, for having a writ to nominate the abbot of St. Catherine's by Rouen, and the abbot of St. Ouen's, Rouen, their attorneys for two years. By p.s.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and otherwise below.

April 10. Durie.

Grant to Thomas de Burton, clerk, of the custody during pleasure of the smaller piece of the seal for the recognisances of debts in the town of Newcastle-on-Tyne, it having been testified before the king that Robert de Clyvedon, clerk, late keeper thereof, is dead: the said Thomas is to execute the office in person, and receive a salary for the said custody, according to the form of the late statute for merchants.

Mandate in pursuance to Nicholas de Karliolo, mayor of the said town, to deliver the said piece, with the rolls and the recognisances, which are said to be in his custody, by indenture to the said Thomas.

April 13. Inverkeithing.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, and in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by Roger son of William del Heved, for John son of William de Creystok, to enfeoff Roger of a toft and 16 acres of land in Creystok, which are held in chief.

April 9. St. Ford.

Mandate to Robert de Burghesh, Roger le Sauvage and Peter de Donewyco, to collect, with all speed in the port of Sandwich, 20 ships in all the towns of the Cinque Ports or elsewhere southwards along the sea coast from London to the Isle of Wight, except the town of Dover, every ship to be well furnished with 40 defensible men at least, and with other things that are necessary for acts of war. The king granted to Philip, king of France, his kinsman, that he would send, at his own expense for four months from the day of leaving port, these 20 ships as an aid to that king's expedition into Flanders, and that they should be ready to sail for Flanders by Midsummer, as soon as the constable of Dover Castle received letters patent from Philip that this aid should not be to the prejudice (in servitutem seu prejudicium) of the king, his successors in the realm, and certain other letters from the king. By p.s.

Afterwards this letter was altered and sealed under the same date under the names of Robert and Peter to perform the premisses.

April 8. St. Ford.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the bailiffs of Scardeburgh, for John de Pycheford to repair, at his own expense, 200 feet of the old wall of that town, which is fallen down and broken, and which adjoins a plot of his there, and to build houses on that part of the wall and hold them when so built to him and his heirs for ever. By p.s.

April 21. Cambuskenneth.

Presentation of John de Merton to the church of Weston, in the diocese of Norwich.

May 1. Stirling.

Letters for the abbot of St. Victor's, in Normandy, nominating Robert de Busco and John le Prevost his attorneys for two years.

March 12. St. Andrews.

Pardon, at the instance of John de Britannia, the king's nephew, to Raymond de Ryberak, for the death of Robert le Fevre, some time ago at Bordeaux, and of any consequent outlawry, on condition that he stand his trial in the king's court in the parts of Bordeaux, if any one wishes to proceed against him. By p.s.

April 28.

The like to William le Mareschal of Wessehou, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Adam le Messer of St. Agatha, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

March 14. St. Andrews.

The like to Robert Delmham, in consideration of like service, for the death of Michael de Carleel, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 21.

April 13. Inverkeithing.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John le Bretun and Richard de Walsingham, touching the persons who assaulted Nicholas de Pulham, man and servant of John son of Thomas, at Bishop's Lenn, co. Norfolk. By p.s.

The like to the same touching the persons who committed the following trespasses against the following men and servants of the said John there:—

Assault of Richard de Pulham. By p.s.

Assault of Adam Scot. By p.s.

Assault of Nicholas de Eboraco. By p.s.

Carrying the goods to the value of 300l. of William de Amyas. By p.s.

Imprisonment of Bartholomew de Welle.

The like of Martin de Langham at Norwich.

Assault of Richard Lomb at Bishop's Lenn.

Imprisonment of Robert Russel there. By p.s.

The like of Ralph Pomime at Babbingle and Norwich, and carrying away his goods at Castel Rysinge and Rydon by Castel Risinge. By p.s.

May 1. Stirling.

The like to John de Northwode and Roger de Suthcote touching the persons who entered the park of Andrew de Saukevill at Bocherst, co. Sussex, hunted therein and carried away deer.

May 1. Stirling.

Association of John le Bretun in a commission of oyer and terminer directed to William Howard and John Bacun touching a trespass committed against Goda de Thornham at Eggemer, co. Norfolk, by William de Shepeden and others [whose names are mentioned above].

May 1. Stirling.

Commission of oyer and terminer to William de Ormesby and William Haward, on complaint by Ralph Dubbel, touching the persons who, while he was on the king's service in Scotland and under his protection, carried away his goods at Ersham, co. Norfolk. By p.s.

May 1. Dunfermline (sic).

The like to Walter de Gloucestre and John Randolf touching the persons who, while he was on the king's service in Scotland and under his protection, broke the park of John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, at Wollauenton, co. Berks, hunted therein and carried away deer. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 20.

Jan. 1. Stirling.

Presentation of William de Newerk to the church of Wissingden, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of the abbey of Lundors, in Scotland, being in his hands. By p.s.

May 4. Stirling.

Signification to Thomas, archbishop of York, of the royal assent to the election of John de Foxholes, one of the canons, to be prior of Newbrough, which is in the king's hands by reason of the minority of John son and heir of Roger de Moubray, tenant in chief.

April 28. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of John de Drokenesford, and in consideration of their service in Scotland, to Robert de Lafford and William de Parys for the death of William de Haceby. By p.s.

May 5. Stirling.

Letters for William de Tothale, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, to whom the houses and brethren thereof in Scotland and Wales are also subject, nominating brothers Nicholas de Accumbe and Roger Maulovel his attorneys for one year. By K.

The like for Richard de Wylgheby, parson of a moiety of the church of Kirkeby by Repingha[le], going to the court of Rome, nominating John de Ounesby until Easter.

May 6. Stirling.

The like to William de Genistis, abbot of St. Catherine's by Rouen, going beyond seas, nominating John de Yebelond, his fellow monk, his attorney for three years.

April 8. Cassingray. (Castingrey.)

Grant in fee simple to Nicholas Malemeyns, king's yeoman, in extension of a former grant to him at will, of the lands in Langoton and Rothewell, co. Lincoln, which Robert de Rothewell, deceased, held in chief, and which, through the felony of John, his son and heir, for which the said John was outlawed, came to the king's hands as an escheat. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent.

April 25. Stirling.

Grant to the said Nicholas of what pertains to the king for the year, day and waste of the said lands. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff and coroners of Lincoln.

May 1. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Rameseye, by Robert de Hale, clerk, of 5 messuages, 33½ acres ½ rood of land, 1 acre ¼ rood of meadow and 8s. rent in Rameseye, Alinton and the town of St. Ives ; by John de Sutton, clerk, of 2 messuages, 10 acres of wood and ½ acre of meadow in Rameseye and Ripton Abbas; by Roger de Barewe, of a messuage and 18d. rent in Rameseye; by Alexander le Chaumberleyn of a messuage there ; and by Roger de Norton, clerk, of a messuage in the town of St. Ives.

The like, in consideration of like fine for the alienation in mortmain to the said abbot and convent by William le Moigne, of Ravele, of 3 messuages in the town of St. Ives; by Alan le Brazur of 2 messuages in Rameseye; by Robert le Beaumoys of a messuage there ; by Robert de Sautre of 2 messuages and 3 roods of land there; by Elias Reyner of 5 acres of land and 1 acre of meadow there.

The like, in consideration of like fine, to the said abbot and convent by John de Sutton, clerk, of 1½ acres of wood in Craunfeld.

April 1. St. Andrews.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Peter, prior of la Sele by Brembre, going beyond seas. By p.s.

May 8. Stirling.

Protection with clause volumus, until a year after Whitsunday, for William de la More, Master of the Knights Templars in England, going beyond seas. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

May 3. Stirling.

Letters for him, as the houses and brethren in Ireland and Scotland are also subject to him, nominating brothers William de Grafton and Richard de Herdewyk his attorneys in England for one year.

April 20. Tulliebole.(Tulibothevill.)

Licence, at the instance of William Martyn, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Devon, for John de la Torre to grant in fee simple to Mabel, his daughter, a carucate of land in Pyk, which is held in chief as of the honor of Tremeton. By p.s.

May 8. Stirling.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities in England of the abbey of St. Catherine du Mont, near Rouen, to William de Genestis, late prior thereof, surrogated to be abbot by G. [William] archbishop of Rouen.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

April 26. Stirling.

Pardon to John, prior of Boulton in Craven, of 50 marks, residue of 100 marks in which he was amerced for certain trespasses before Gilbert de Thornton and his fellows, justices appointed to hear pleas before the king. The king heretofore pardoned him 50 marks of the said amercement and respited the residue at will. By p.s.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to acquit him of the whole sum.

May 8. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the master in the chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by William de Burne to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Bristol, of a messuage, a virgate and a half of land, and 2s. rent in Blakedon, Bodecumbe and Wrington.

May 10. Stirling.

Mandate to Master Henry de Thornhagh, keeper of the abbey of Bardeney, not to intermeddle further therein, but to permit Robert, the abbot, to have full and free administration thereof, as the king has been informed by letters of the archbishop of Canterbury that the abbot, who was removed by J. bishop of Lincoln, and who thereupon appealed to the court of Canterbury, has been restored to his former estate by the presidents of that court. By K. on the information of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Mandate to the sheriff of Lincoln that if the abbot find any person resisting or preventing his entering the abbey and having administration of its possessions and goods, the sheriff is to go in person to the abbey, taking with him Ranulph de Freskeneye, and remove such persons. Et fuerunt clause.

May 10. Stirling.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the priory of Newbrough, which is in the king's custody by reason of the minority of John, son and heir of Roger de Moubray, for John de Foxholes, one of the canons, elected prior.

April 24. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the prior and convent of Workesop to appropriate the church of Sutton-on-Trent, which is of their own patronage.

May 10. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the chancery, for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of Shrewsbury by Richard de Waleton of a messuage and a moiety of a virgate of land in Astleye Abbots, and by Master Roger de Wenlok of the like there.

May 15. Stirling.

Letters for Geoffrey de Freslegh, staying in Scotland, nominating Richard Wade his attorney for two years.

Pardon, at the instance of Thomas de Rychemond, to William de Wyresdale, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Roger Bille of Ormesete, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 19 (Schedule).

May 1. Stirling.

Writ de intendendo in favour of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, directed to John de Duvedale, William de Ros of Hamelak, Peter Bozoun, Roger de Hales, Robert de Ebroicis, Catherine Giffard, John de Thorp, Richerus de Refham, Robert de Asphale, William de Curzon, John de Wyklawe, Roger son of Osbert, John son of Richard, Hugh Bardolf, Roger Clerbaud, William Vis de lou, John le Bygod, Robert de Reydon, William Butevilein, Nicholas Pecche, Reginald de Grey, Gilbert de la Hawe, Ralph de Burtoft, John Bluet, Oliver de Tudenham, Nicholas de Segrave, Robert de Scales, John de Weylaund, Robert de Panes, Giles de Brewosa, Walter de Bermyngham, Andrew de Sakevill, Robert de Ufford, Robert de Upton, Adam Waleys, William de Boyvill, John de Boyvill and William de Haveryate, with respect to their fealties and other services of knights' fees which they hold of the said earl, the king having restored to him in fee simple all his castles, towns, manors, lands and tenements which he held in fee in England and Wales, with knights' fees, advowsons of religious houses and churches, liberties and appurtenances, all which (except his manors of Suthfeld, co. Norfolk, Dovercurt, co. Essex, and Kenet, co. Cambridge) the earl lately by a writing quit-claimed to the king.

April 28. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of William de Ros, to Walter son of Sarra de Tychemersh, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of his outlawry for non-appearance on a plea of trespass of Robert de Bitering before William Haward, John le Bretoun and Robert Hereward, justices appointed to hear and determine the same, the said Walter having found mainpernors before the king in the chancery, to wit, John son of Thomas de Undele of the county of Northampton, and John de Shireburne of the county of Dorset, to have him before the said justices, on a day to be fixed by them, if the said Robert wishes to proceed against him. By p.s.

Mandale to the justices to cause the sheriff of Norfolk to give notice to Walter to appear on a day fixed, and to Robert to prosecute on that day, if he desires.

MEMBRANE 19.

May 5. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by John de Insula, for the alienation in mortmain by him to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Mary, Westgate, in the town of Newcastle-on-Tyne, of a messuage, four shops and 16s. rent and the reversion of a messuage there which Dionysia, late the wife of Laurence Swayn of Newcastle-on-Tyne, holds of the said John in dower.

Pardon to David le Blund and Amabilla his wife, in consideration of a fine made by them before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring in tail with remainder to the heirs of David, the manor of Button and a moiety of the hundred of Button from Petronilla de Vivonia, who held held them in chief, and licence for them to retain them.

May 10. Stirling.

Pardon to Simon de Kyme, sheriff of York, for the escape from York gaol, while under his custody, of Robert de Cottingwyth, John le Furbisour, Alexander Heroun, Henry Fairhert, William de Saxton and William le Fleccher, of York, who were in custody there for trespasses in the realm, and of William de Vispont, of Scotland, taken prisoner at the fight at Dumbar, as the said Simon did his best to pursue them and caused some to be beheaded and others to be brought back to gaol, and as it appears that they escaped by the machination and assent of Gilbert de Milford, deputed by the sheriff to the custody of that gaol, and not by the negligence of the sheriff. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

May 8. Stirling.

Pardon to Henry son of Luke de Penhale of his outlawry for burglaries of the houses of William de Botriaus and of Robert, parson of the church of Lanreython, and for carrying away tbeir goods. By p.s.

May 6. Stirling.

The like, at the instance of Peter de Colingburn, to William atte Hacche of Merseye, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for robberies, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 1. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Somerset, for Walter, bishop of Bath and Wells, with the assent of the chapters of Bath and Wells, and in consideration of a fine made by the lessee before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to demise for life to Richard de Rodenye the bailiwick of the bedelry of the hundred of Wyntestok, which is held in chief.

April 29. Stirling.

Licence, out of devotion to St. John of Beverley, for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Taunton to Nicholas de Erghes, chaplain, and his successors celebrating divine service daily at the altar of that saint in the church of St. Peter, York, of a messuage in York. By p.s.

May 6. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Somerset, and in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Richard de Rodeneye, for Walter, bishop of Bath and Wells, with the assent of the chapters of Bath and Wells, to grant in tail at a yearly rent of a mark, to Richard and Lucy his wife, with reversion to the bishop and his successors, a messuage, a mill, 33 acres of land and 24 acres of meadow in Ceddre which William de Aure held of the bishop by the service of 1 mark, and which, after the death of the said William, came to the bishop as an escheat.

May 1. Stirling.

Grant to John de Segrave and Christiana his wife—in extension of a sale to the said John, made in pursuance of a power to sell custodies and marriages in payment of the king's debt to the earl, by the abbot of Hayles, William de Bereford and Walter de Aylesbury, executors of the will of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, of the custody during the minority of the heirs of the lands late of Hugh de Plessetis, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs, which sale the king accepted—that the said John and Christiana and their executors, if they die before the heirs come of age, may have all knights' fees, advowsons of churches and escheats which may fall in by reason of the said custody, saving to Margaret, late the wife of the said Hugh, her dower thereof; and after the death of the said Margaret, if she die before the heirs come of age, the lands she holds in dower late of the said Hugh, with the knights' fees and advowsons. By K. on the information of the Treasurer.

May 8. Stirling.

Pardon to Henry son of Luke de Penhale, as above. By p.s.

May 6. Stirling.

The like to Walter son of John de Wygenhale by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John, sometime servant of John de Thornden of Len, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to William Huet of Norton-by-Galleby, for the death of William Adam of Galleby. By p.s.

May 11. Stirling.

The like, at the instance of John Buteturte, to William de Saxham, Simon son of William de Saxham, and Walter son of William de Saxham, for the death of John le Taverner, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 20. Stirling.

The like to Geoffrey de Cornubia, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of William de Hoo, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 20. Stirling.

The like to Peter son of William le Clerk of Chidden, for the death of John Herigaud, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 18. Stirling.

The like to Richard Dun, for the death of Nicholas Skeil of Buteleye, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 19. Stirling.

The like to John de Huddleston, for homicides, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 17. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, until Midsummer, with the assent of the earls, barons and others in Scotland, for the bishop of Dunkeld and those of his household whom he brings with him. By p.s.

April 21. Cambuskenneth.

Presentation of John de Hauecle to the church of Aldeneston, in the diocese of Durham. By p.s.

May 15. Stirling.

Mandate to Bertus Penuchius, Stoldus de Friscobaldis, Coppus Cotenne and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, on pain of forfeiture of all debts that the king owes them, to cause to be paid without cavil, before a fortnight after Holy Trinity, to John de Listowe, citizen of Bayonne, appointed by the citizens of Bayonne to distribute amongst them what the king owes them, 2,500 marks (found after account being made at the Exchequer to be the amount due to them by letters patent of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, late lieutenant in the duchy), out of the issues of the custom on wool, hides and wool-fells in the realm of England and the land of Ireland which the king heretofore committed to them, the king having promised the citizens of Bayonne that they shall be paid by that date.

May 17. Stirling.

The like to the same to pay out of the said 2,500 marks to William da Sancto Paulo, Arnold de Sancto Martino and their fellows, citizens of Bayonne, 117l. 10s., residue of 500l. due to them for their expenses in prosecuting William de Saut for his goods that were adjudicated to the king, and the said John de Listowe is commanded to make them allowance for the same. This 117l. 10s. together with the goods late of William de Saut, citizen of Bayonne, deceased, having been adjudicated to the king, were arrested in the hands of John Dolron, John Blank, and William de Laur', late collectors of the custom on wool at London, and these persons and each of them bound themselves to pay for the same at the king's will. John Dolron died and had no goods whereon the money could be levied, as appears by returns of writs both by the mayor and sheriffs of London and by others. Hereupon the king commanded the mayor and sheriffs to arrest to the amount of 117l. 10s. the goods in London of John Blank and William de Laur', and they accordingly arrested two letters under the names of Gerald de Sanguinetto and John de Sancto Petro containing the sum of 148l., sealed with the seal of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, late lieutenant in the duchy, of which 148l. 123l. 5s. are receivable out of the said custom lately assigned to the citizens of Bayonne, to the use of John Blank and William de Laur', who bought the said letters from Gerald and John de Sancto Petro, as the mayor and sheriffs have returned. By p.s.

June 30. Stirling.

Mandate in pursuance to John de Listowe. By p.s. Et fuerunt patentes.

May 20. Stirling.

Pardon to Roger de Northorsley, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Robert Cambrole of Newcastle, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

May 20. Stirling.

Grant, at the instance of Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, to William de Balygaveran of the office of the ushership of the Exchequer, Dublin, during pleasure, receiving yearly as much as John de Seleby, late usher, had. By p s.

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

MEMBRANE 18.

May 10. Stirling.

Pardon to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds of all their debts to the king, in consideration of their remission to the king of 1,000 marks which he borrowed from them of the tenth for the Holy Land on the clergy deposited in their custody in the pope's name. By K. on the information of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer.

May 11. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, for two months, at the instance of Henry de Percy, king's kinsman, for David de Breghyn, knight, and all those of his household whom he brings with him, their horses, baggage and goods. By p.s.

May 24. Stirling.

Letters for Geoffrey de Caumvill, staying in England, nominating John Vina and John Bacoun his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

May 19. Stirling.

Presentation of Henry de Braye to the vicarage of Rikelingg, in the diocese of London, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see.

March 21. St. Andrews.

Licence for Richard de Wyndesore to grant in fee simple to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, 4 acres of land in Stanewell, with the advowson of the church there. By p.s.

May 26. Stirling.

Presentation of Master William de Wellop to the church of Yatesbiry, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Nicholas Burdun, tenant in chief.

May 12. Stirling.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, for Richard de Bereford, treasurer of Ireland, staying there on the king's service. By C.

May 26. Stirling.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for Gilbert Bete, burgess of Ippre, trading in the realm, notwithstanding the proclamation which the king, at the instance of Philip, king of France, the king's kinsman, lately made that that king's enemies of Flanders should withdraw from the realm by Midsummer, and after that date should not be received or succoured with victuals or in any other way, as it appears by letters patent of Philip that the said Gilbert is no enemy of that king, but comes and stays where he likes in that realm. By C.

The like for the following burgesses of Ippre :—

Andrew Brouderlam. By C.
John de Blount.
Daniel Vobret.
Walter son of John Croucelyn.
John de Lo.

June 12. Stirling.

May 5. Stirling.

Mandate to Thomas, archbishop of York, primate of England, to induct Master John Bouhs of London, king's clerk, into the chapel or sacristy of St. Mary and the Holy Angels, York, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the archbishopric, the king having granted it to him. By p.s.

The like to the same to induct the said Master John into the prebend of Styvelyngton, in the church of St. Peter, York. By p.s.

May 28. Stirling.

Letters for John, duke of Brittany and earl of Richmond, staying beyond seas, nominating Janiettus de Sancto Albino and William de Merk his attorneys for two years.

May 18. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prioress before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by John de Beaumeys to the prioress and nuns of Brewode of 10 acres of land and 10 acres of wood in Donyton.

May 20. Stirling.

The like, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Cantebrigg to the prior and convent of Dunmawe of 10 acres of land and a moiety of an acre of meadow in Great Salingg.

May 19. Stirling.

Pardon, out of devotion to St. Edmund, to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds, for acquiring in mortmain 8 acres of meadow in Fornham St. Martin, Fornham St. Genevieve and Fornham All Saints, by feoffment of Robert de Northworth and a messuage and 60 acres of land in Bradefeld by feoffment of Henry Bacun.

May 20. Stirling.

Grant, out of devotion to St. Edmund, to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds, that the prior and convent and their successors shall in time of voidance have the custody of the abbey and of all its temporalities, as the abbots and convents have been accustomed to have, and as the abbot and convent may ordain when an abbot is in possession, saving to the king knight's fees and advowsons of churches that fall in during such voidance, but the rents and services arising from the said fees to remain during voidance to the prior and convent; also saving to the king escheats that fall in during voidance, but the same, after the conclusion of the voidance, to wit, after the new abbot has done his fealty, to remain to the abbot, prior and convent. If the voidance last a year or less, 1,200 marks is to be paid; if longer, payment at that rate is to be made in proportion. No sheriff, escheator or other bailiff or minister of the king is, during voidance, to intermeddle in the custody of the abbey or its cells, manors or goods, except that the escheator or other king's minister shall take simple seisin thereof in the name of the king's lordship, and straightway retire without taking or carrying away anything, and without staying there more than one day or substituting any one in his place. Lastly, if, in time of voidance, the king happen to be summoning the army, the prior and convent and their successors shall not be found to service therein for their own demesne knight's fees of the abbey at such time in their hands. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

May 28. Stirling.

Grant to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds of murage for three years in aid of their town of St. Edmunds. By K. on the like information.

Vacated because otherwise on the schedule attached. [The schedule is missing.]

May 7. Stirling.

Pardon to Geoffrey de Hauvill, king's yeoman and falconer, for taking a stag in the forest of Rokyngham. By p.s.

June 1. Stirling.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of the bishopric of London to Master Ralph de Baudak, dean of St. Pauls, elected bishop.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

May 18. Stirling.

Letters for Robert de Stutevill, going beyond seas, nominating Thomas de Perers and Gilbert de Bedham his attorneys for two years. By C.

The like for Stutus de Stutevill, going beyond seas, nominating Robert de Kirkeby. By C.

May 1. Stirling.

Restitution, in accordance with the form of the truce made with Philip, king of Fiance, the king's kinsman, to John, duke of Brittany and earl of Richmond, who was on the side of the king of France, of the castle of Richmond, and of all his lands in England which were taken into the king's hands by reason of that war. [Fœdera.]

May 28. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by Roger son of Remigius de Pokelington, parson of the church of Wath by Derfeld, for the alienation in mortmain by him of 2 messuages, a toft, 20 acres of land, an acre of meadow and 9s. rent in Wath, Brampton, Wynteworth and Whynton, which he acquired in fee simple, to a chaplain celebrating divine service daily at the altar of St. Mary in the church of All Saints, Wath.

June 2. Stirling.

Letters for the dean and chapter of St. Mary's, Rouen, nominating Master John le Feron and Ralph le Festus Dieu their attorneys for two years.

The like for the archbishop and dean and chapter thereof nominating the said Master John and William de Sauceio.

June 16. Stirling.

The like for the prior of St. Valery, going beyond seas, nominating John Gamelyn and William de Eystane for two years.

Simple protection for the latter for that period. By fine made at the Exchequer.

MEMBRANE 17 (Schedule).

May 12. Stirling.

Pardon to Simon de Cokefeld the younger, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for homicides, &c., and of any consequent outlawry : also of his outlawry for a trespass committed by him against Hugh le Despenser in his stank of Kereseye. By p.s.

The like to the following, with the words 'By p.s.' after every entry:—

March 14. St. Andrews.

Henry son of Robert de Solihulle, for the death of William son of Petronilla, and for all trespasses and of any consequent outlawry.

March 24. St. Andrews.

Robert Erneys of Briggele, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of his outlawry for non-appearance on a plea of trespass of Robert de Bayous before Peter Mallorre and Thomas de Burnham, justices appointed to hear and determine the same, the said Robert having found in the Chancery Nicholas Fraunceys of Wetewang of the county of York, and William Russel of Middlewich of the county of Chester, as mainpernors to produce him before the said justices to answer the said plea on a day to be fixed by the justices.

July 30. Stirling.

Richard son of Gilbert de Hordeworth, at the instance of Robert de Clifford, for the death of Richard son of Adam de Hordeworth, and of any consequent outlawry.

July 30. Stirling.

John son of Adam de Elmeshall, at like instance, for the death of John de Borgh, and of any consequent outlawry.

July 26. Stirling.

John le Joevene of Ireneacton, for the death of Peter le Seignor of Yate, and of any consequent outlawry.

July 29. Stirling.

Richard de Weston, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for breaking the prison of Beford, for robberies, &c. and of his abjuration of the realm in the time of Henry III.

July 30. Stirling.

Joseph de Tybay, at the instance of Robert de Clifford, for the death of Thomas le Suuayr, and of any consequent outlawry.

July 21. Stirling.

Thomas Wyger, for the death of Warin Crues of Clauton.

July 29. Stirling.

John son of John de Tankes, for the death of Roger Chepman of Norfolk, and for robberies, &c. and of any consequent outlawry.

June 14. Stirling.

Richard Ulsy, for the death of John Dyvon, and of any consequent outlawry.

Aug. 23. Jedburgh.

John de Knodeshale, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of the ransom and of whatever belongs to the king, by reason of his trespass against Peter Duunyng, chaplain, whereof the latter impleaded him before the king, and whereof he was convicted by a jury in that court.

June 30. Stirling.

Roger de Brockeleye, of his outlawry for a trespass in the king's park of Cammel, while it was in the hands of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, as it appears by testimony of Hugh le Despenser that he had satisfied the queen for the same.

June 10. Stirling.

John, abbot of Stanlee, at the instance of Peter de Shevyndon, chaplain, for taking a hind in the forest of Whittelwode and carrying it away.

July 29. Stirling.

Paul de Caterhale, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, the king's kinsman, for the death of William son of Ralph de Punczounby and Thomas son of Thomas de Derwent.

Alan de Caterhale, at like instance, for the same death.
Richard de Haverbergh,
John Banes,
Robert de Huyton,

MEMBRANE 17.

June 1. Stirling.

Notification that the king has, at the request of the abbot and convent, taken into his protection the abbey of la Bruere of the Cistercian order, in the diocese of Salisbury, which is oppressed with debt, and committed it, during pleasure, to the custody of William de Rodeston. By C.

May 8. Stirling.

Pardon to Master Henry de Bradenham, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for entering the manor of Stanstede, which Gerard de Wachesham, who held it in chief, demised to him for life, and which was for that reason taken into the king's hand, and licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, for him to have it again.

June 1. Stirling.

Presentation of John de Maydenstane to the church of Northstoke, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Richard, sometime earl of Arundel, tenant in chief.

May 20. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Lincoln, and in consideration of a fine made by Roger son of John de Birthorp before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for John de Birthorp to grant in fee simple his manor of Birthorp to the said Roger, for the latter to re-grant the same to John for life, with reversion to Roger.

May 29. Stirling.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Michaelmas, for Henry de Gildeford, clerk, going to the islands of Gernereye and Gereseye. By p.s.

June 1. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by Edmund de Passeleye, for the alienation in mortmain by him of a messuage and 100 acres of land in Beckeleye, Pesemersh, and Northihamme to Osbert de Halton, chaplain and parson of the chapel of Kechenoureleigh celebrating divine service there daily, and his successors.

May 31. Stirling.

Grant, at the request of Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son, to Matthew de Osgodeby, yeoman of the said Edward, of what pertains to the king for the marriage of Elizabeth, late the wife of Philip Paynel, tenant in chief, of the fine, if any, for the same, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence. By p.s.

June 4. Stirling.

Presentation of Richard de Maddingeleye, chaplain to the vicarage of the church of Rykelyngg, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the bishopric of London.

May 11. Stirling.

Pardon, at the instance of John Buteturte, to Ralph Hermer of Gyselingham for the death of John le Taverner and for robberies, &c. and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

The like to the following for the same death and for robberies, &c.:—

Robert Brond of Gyselingham. By p.s.
Walter Pychorn of the same.
Seman le Mouner of Botolvesdale.
William Pychorn of Gyselingham.
Walter del Pirie.
Walter Wython of Gyselingham.
Roger Pychorn of the same.
Nicholas Williamesman de Saxham.

June 8. Stirling.

Letters for John de Staunton staying in England, nominating John Bertram and Maurice le Hore his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

May 31. Stirling.

Pardon, in consideration of the service in Scotland of John Lovel of Tichemersh, to Joan his wife and John and William his sons, of all trespasses in forests, parks and chaces. By p.s.

June 8. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the abbess, for the alienation in mortmain by Roger Jory and Alice his wife to the abbess and nuns of Elnestowe of 50 acres of land, 3 acres of meadow, 1 acre ½ rood of wood in Molesho.

The like, in consideration of like fine made in the Chancery by Nicholas de Bondegate, chaplain, for the alienation in mortmain by him to the canons of the church of St. Wilfrid, Rypon, of a messuage in Rypon, for the maintenance of the vicars of the said church celebrating divine service there daily for the souls of Nicholas and his ancestors and all the faithful.

May 19. Stirling.

Grant, at the instance of Master John de Kenle, king's clerk, to the good men of the town of Ludelawe of murage for five years. By p.s.

May 28. Stirling.

Pardon to Warin Brunflet, in consideration of his service in Scotland, of his outlawry for non-appearance on a plea of trespass of William de Brembre, parson of the church of Carleton, before the justices of the Bench, he having found before the king in the Chancery Roger de la Sale of Norwich of the county of Norfolk and John de Bungeye of the county of Suffolk, as mainpernors to produce him before the said justices at York a week after Michaelmas to answer the said plea if William wishes to proceed against him. By p.s.

Mandate to the sheriff of Suffolk to direct the said William to prosecute his plea on that day if he wish to do so.

June 10. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum by the sheriff of Bedford and in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Reginald son of Reginald son of Peter, for Joan late the wife of Reginald son of Peter to grant in fee simple to the former a fourth part of a sixth of the manor of Luyton, being her purparty of the inheritance of Matilda de Kyme, her mother, which is held in chief, and for the said Reginald to demise the same to her for life with reversion to himself.

Pardon to John de Mohun, in consideration of his service in Gascony and elsewhere, of 100 marks prest in the wardrobe, which he received at the time that he was setting out to Gascony in the king's service, and which is now being exacted from him by summons of the Exchequer. By p.s.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to acquit him.

June 13. Stirling.

Letters for the abbot of Jerovall, by reason of his infirmity, nominating Alexander de Brotherton and John de Hustthweyt, his fellow monks, as his attorneys for two years. By p.s.

June 10. Stirling.

Protection, with clause rogamus, for three years, for John de Calghhull, keeper of the hospital of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln, and the brethren and men, &c. thereof.

June 12. Stirling.

Letters for Joan late the wife of John de Fulburn, staying in England, nominating John son of Goditha and Adam de Aghton her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

MEMBRANE 16.

June 10. Stirling.

Thomas de Cnok, canon of Cnok, bringing news of the death of J. his late abbot, has letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

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

June 10. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain by Master Richard de Vyene to the prior and convent of Bath of a garden and 1½ acres of land in Olveston.

June 12. Stirling.

The like, in consideration of like fine by the prior, for the like by Richard le Mareschal of Burton Flemyng and Agnes his wife to the prior and convent of Bridlington of 3 bovates of land and 1½d. rent in Burton Flemyng.

May 2. Stirling.

Licence, at the instance of Henry de Percy, the king's kinsman, and in consideration of his service in Scotland, for Robert de Reymes to enfeoff Lucy de Diveliston of a moiety of the manor of Bolum, co. Northumberland, which is held in chief, for her to re-enfeoff the said Robert and Matilda his wife, and the heirs of Robert, notwithstanding that it appears by inquisition ad quod damnum made by Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator this side Trent, that if Robert die, leaving Matilda him surviving and an heir under age, the king would lose the custody of two parts of the said moiety during the minority of the heir. By p.s.

June 10. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the barons of the Exchequer by William de Brikhull, king's clerk, for Hawisia late the wife of Thomas de Wodehull, tenant in chief, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance. By bill of the Exchequer.

May 9. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Suffolk and in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for Walter Bacun and Simon his brother to enclose a lane adjoining their dwelling-place in Dunwich for the enlargement of the same, on condition that they make a like lane on their own soil further off.

June 12. Stirling.

Letters for Hugh, abbot of Aumale, Normandy, staying beyond seas, nominating James But and John Ernaud his attorneys for three years.

June 14. Stirling.

Presentation of Robert de Langeton to the church of Worneshill, in the diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Hamo de Gatton. By p.s.

June 7. Stirling.

Pardon to John le Fevre of Abbevyle, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Peter le Tabler of Newcastle-on-Tyne and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

June 10. Stirling.

The like to Alexander son of William Lovet, in the gaol of Northampton castle, for the death of William son of Alexander de Bukton, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and Hugh Wake, justices lately appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self defence.

June 8. Stirling.

The like, at the instance of Master William de Grenefeld, to Reginald de Rokesle, for the death of Thomas de Chereuolde, and for robberies, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

June 20. Stirling.

The like, in consideration of a fine made by the abbess before Philip de Wilgheby, king's clerk, supplying the place of the treasurer and the barons of the Exchequer, to the abbess and nuns of Shefton for acquiring in mortmain the manor of Sture by feoffment of Ralph Wake.

June 20. Stirling.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Somerset and in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Reginald son of Reginald [son of Peter], for Joan late the wife of Reginald son of Peter to grant in fee simple to the former a fourth part of the manor of Midsumeresnorton, her purparty of the inheritance of William de Fortibus her father, which is held in chief, for the former to demise the same to her for life, with reversion to him and his heirs.

May 12. Stirling.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the Chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by William son of Roger de Hum to the abbot and convent of Burton-on-Trent of a messuage and 4 bovates of land in Ilum.

June 12. Stirling.

Simple protection, for two years, for Nicholas de Tewkesbury, clerk.

June 20. Stirling.

Letters for the prior of la Sele by Brembre, going beyond seas, nominating Bertrand Grymwardi, clerk, and Simon Cambray his attorneys until Michaelmas.

June 10. Stirling.

Pardon to John Finian, in Sumerton gaol, for the death of John Nevill, as it appears by the record of William de Staunton and Richard Pyk[ot], justices lately appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self defence.

The like to John le Plumer of Dunsterre, in the same gaol, on the like record, for the death of William Fichet.

June 16. Stirling.

Notification to B[enedict] the Pope of the royal assent to the election of Fercard, dean of Caithness, to be bishop thereof. By p.s.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for him, going to the court of Rome, and for his household. By p.s.

Simple protection, until two years after Michaelmas, for the abbot of Bardeneye, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

June 2. Stirling.

Pardon to John le Rous of Eresom, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Robert le Stabler of Aton. By p.s.