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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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33 EDWARD I.—PART II.

MEMBRANE 24.

1305 May 14. Harrow.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of St. Denys by Southampton, by Elias Starie, of 25s. rent in Porteswode; by Joan, late the wife of Richard le Graunt, of 16 acres of land in Aldyngton; by Margery, late the wife of Roger Balner, of 3 acres of land in Kyngeslond.

May 8. Langley.

The like, in consideration of like fine made by the prior before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in frank almoin by William de Ros of Hamelak, and Matilda his wife, to the prior and convent of Penteneye of an acre of land in Shotesham, and the advowson of the church of St. Mary in that town.

The like, in consideration of like fine made in the chancery by the master, for the alienation in mortmain to the said master and Knights Templars in England, by William Ryvel, chaplain, of a messuage and 24 acres of land in Suthwyme, by John de Whytenton of a messuage, 19 acres of land, and 4d. rent in Thevelby and Methingesby; by Richard de Mohun of a bovate of land and 7½ acres of meadow in Rouston; by Walter de Thorp, clerk, of 3½ acres of meadow in Brauncewell.

May 18. Kempton.

Simple protection, for one year, for Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, going beyond seas on the king's affairs. By K.

Vacated because otherwise below with clause.

Safe-conduct, for one year, for him and his household. By K.

Letters for him nominating Philip de Geyton his attorney for one year.

May 5. St. Albans.

Pardon to Richard Wade, in consideration of his service in Wales and Scotland, of 12 marks 6s. 8d. out of the 22 marks 6s. 8d. wherein he is bound at the Exchequer by recognizance for the issues of the lands late of Geoffrey de Fresheleye, a Scot, lately in arms against the king in the Scotch war, which lands are now in his hands, and licence for him to pay off the remaining 10 marks at the rate of 26s. 8d. a year. By pet. of C.

May 4. St. Albans.

Grant, at the instance of Thomas de Cantebrigia, to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Jakesle of pavage for five years. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede by his letter.

May 15. Greenford.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Norfolk and in consideration of a fine made in the chancery, for William de Colton of Norwich to enclose and build upon two void plots in a street in Norwich called 'Nedelrowe,' one of which contains 28 feet in length and 10 in breadth, the other 27 feet in length and 9 in breadth; on condition that he render 1d. a year to the king's 'longabul' in that town.

May 12. Watford.

Grant, in fee simple, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Salop, to Henry Mauvesyn of 8 acres of waste in the manor of Claverlegh at a rent, at the Michaelmas Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff, of 2s. 8d. at which they are arrented by the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

May 15. Greenford.

Pardon to the prior and Austin Friars of Grimesby for acquiring in mortmain from William de Dudale a plot there containing 80 feet in length and 48 feet in breadth, and from Edmund de Fal another plot there containing 80 feet in length and 24 feet in breadth; and licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, for them to enclose the same for the enlargement of their area, as it appears that the king will thereby only lose 14d. rent which the bailiffs of the town were accustomed to render in the farm thereof.

May 23. Kempton.

Grant to Hugh de Bruges, spigurnel of the chancery, who holds that office at will, that, with the assent of William de Hamelton, king's clerk, chancellor, he hold it for life and receive the same wages and robes as former spigurnels.

May 23. Kempton.

Letters for Peter de Brimyngton, staying in England, nominating John de Derbe and Adam de Derbe his attorneys for one year.

May 22. Kempton.

The like for Henry, abbot of Cîteaux, staying beyond seas, nominating Bartholomew de Laudona, Cistercian lay brother, and William de Otringham, for five years. By p.s.

May 24. Kempton.

Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, going beyond seas on the king's affairs. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

MEMBRANE 23.

May 14. Harrow.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, and the barons of the Exchequer, by John son of John de Hodebovill, for him to enfeoff Peter de Debenham and Roger de Hodebovill of two parts of the manor of Aketon, and, after the death of Agnes, late the wife of John de Hodebovill, who holds the other third in dower, of that third, for them to re-enfeoff the said John and Hilaria his wife of the whole.

May 33 (sic). Kempton.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Coventry of pavage for seven years. By fine made at the Exchequer.

May 27. Banstead.

Presentation of Robert de Trenge, chaplain to the vicarage of Craumersshe, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the priory of Garinges.

May 26. Banstead.

The like of Master Walter de London to the church of Bramerton, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Hubert de Multon, tenant in chief.

May 22. Kempton.

Pardon to the prior and convent of Worcester, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for appropriating the church of Doderhull, in the diocese of Worcester, by reason of which trespass the king recovered the presentation thereto before the king by judgment of the court, and accordingly caused the advowson to be seized into his hands : and restitution to them of the said advowson as freely as they held it before the appropriation.

May 6. Langley.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for the alienation in mortmain by Adam son of Guy de la Folye of Croppethorn to the prior and convent of Worcester of a messuage, a carucate of land and 20s. rent in Croppethorn. And the fine is enrolled at the Exchequer.

May 23. Kempton.

Pardon to Peter de Cusancia, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring from Stephen Houel and Mary his wife the manor of White Rothyng, with the advowson of the church of that town, which are held of the king for the life of the said Mary, to hold to the said Peter for the life of the said Mary.

May 29. Stoke D'Abernon.

Grant, out of devotion to St. Benet, to the abbot and convent of St. Benet, Hulme, that the prior and convent of the abbey and their successors may in time of voidance have the custody of the abbey and of the temporalities thereof as the abbot and convent may ordain, saving knights' fees, held of the abbey, and advowsons of churches when they fall in, but so that all rents and yearly services arising from such fees during voidance remain to the prior and convent, and saving escheats, which, however, at the end of such voidance, to wit, after the fealty of the person elected abbot has been made, are to be delivered to the abbot, prior and convent; on condition that for every voidance lasting four months or less 200 marks be rendered, and if longer, at the rate of 200 marks for four months. No sheriff, escheator, bailiff or minister is, by reason of such voidance, to intermeddle in the custody of the abbey, its cells, manors or goods belonging thereto, except that the escheator or minister may at the beginning of every voidance take simple seisin in the name of the king's lordship within the gates of the abbey and immediately retire without carrying away anything or staying there beyond a day or leaving any substitute in his place. If the king summon his army during voidance, the prior and convent shall not be bound to do service therein for the demesne knights' fees of the abbey.

May 22. Kempton.

Grant to William de Bos of Hamelak, in aid of the bridge of the town of Boston, of pontage for five years. But such custom is not to be levied upon any of the goods coming to the said town whereupon John, duke of Brittany, lately had licence to levy custom for the repair of the same bridge, which is on the confines of the lands of the duke and the said William. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

MEMBRANE 22.

May 26. Banstead.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter dated by the hand of Master Richard de Marisco, archdeacon of Northumberland, at the Tower of London, 20 May, 14 John, whereby the king grants and confirms to his men of Gumecestre the manor of Gumecestre, at fee farm for 120l. a year by weight and tale with all liberties belonging to the farm of the said manor. Witnesses :— P. bishop of Winchester, William, earl of Salisbury, the king's brother, William, earl of Arundel, William Briewerr, Hugh de Nevill, William de Harecurt, steward, John son of Hugh, Henry son of the earl, Peter de Maulay. [Cf. Rotuli Chartarum, p. 186.]

May 27. Banstead.

Pardon to Henry Pycot of Prytewell, for a fine made by him in the chancery, for acquiring, in fee simple, 38 acres of land, 2 acres of wood and 19d. rent, and the rent of a ploughshare in Estwode and Hadleye from William Pycot, who held them in chief as of the honor of Releghe as it is said, and licence for him to retain the same.

April 21. Westminster.

Assignment to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, of the forest of Savernak, to hold in dower as appurtenant to the castle and town of Marleberge, as the king had no intention, in his assignment, amongst other things, of the latter to her in dower, that the forest, which is necessary for the frequent repairs of the castle and town, should be omitted.

May 30. Horsley.

Restitution to the abbot and convent of Hyde without Winchester, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, of the advowson of the church of Candovre Abbots, which the king recovered against them before the king by judgment of the court, and which afterwards, by inspection of their charters and muniments, appeared to belong to them by grant of Henry, sometime king of England, the king's progenitor.

May 8. Langley.

Inspeximus and confirmation, of (1) an Inspeximus and confirmation dated Stratford, 7 June, 51 Henry III. of a charter by Roger Bertram of Midford to Hugh de Eure of the manor of Crekellawe as in demesnes, homages, wards, reliefs, escheats, villeinages, with the homage and service of John Benet for the tenement held by him within the bounds of Crekellawe, with all easements as in moors, turbaries, marshes, mills, ponds, waters, ways, paths, warrens, and other places within the town at a rent of 6d. at Midford to the custody of the said Roger's castle there, and for doing the foreign service of the king for the said manor in the town of Crekellawe, as much as belongs to the said manor, with all other services, customs, exactions, suits of courts and mills, other things and demands whatever. Witnesses: Adam de Gesemuth, William de Crestok, Roger de Lancastre, John de Haulton, John de Plessetis, Thomas de Fenwyk, William de Hawelton, Walter de Cambehou, Simon de Diveleston, Roger Maudut, knights; John de Woderigton, Roger Gray, Hugh Vigrus, John Benet and others. Witnesses of the confirmation : Humphrey de Bohun, earl of Hereford and Essex, John de Warenna, earl of Surrey, Philip Basset, James de Aldithel, Roger de Sumery, Roger de Clyfford, Robert Walerand, Robert Aguilon, Ralph de Bakepuz, Bartholomew le Bygod and others.

(2) Inspeximus and confirmation dated Westminster, 28 October, 52 Henry III. of a charter whereby Roger Bertram, lord of Midford, quitclaims to the said Hugh for his homage and service the homage and service of John de Warincton and Constance his wife and the heirs of the said Constance for all the lands held by them in Bereuike, Pikeden and Edington, and elsewhere in the county of Northumberland; the homage and service of Roger de Dreynes and his heirs for all the lands held by him in Claverdon and elsewhere in that county; the homage and service of Robert de Merevill and his heirs for all the lands held by him in Milneburne and elsewhere in that county, with all services belonging to the said homages, with wards, reliefs, marriages, escheats and other things, and so that they do suit at the said Sir Hugh's court at Creckelaue and do the ward and walling (wardam et clausturam) which they have been accustomed to do at the castle of Midford and at the park of the town there, or pay him the value of such work, at his election; saving the suit of the said John and Constance and the heirs of Constance, Roger and Robert and their heirs at the mills of Midford and Elandon; at a yearly rent of a barbed arrow at Christmas for all services, customs, suits of courts, scutages and secular demands. Witnesses: John de Balliolo, John de Vescy, Adam de Coseinne, John de Plasseto, John de Aulton, Roger Maudut, Walter de Eamon, John de Hoggil, knights; Roger de Waderington, Richard Benet, Hugh Vigrus and many others. Witnesses of the confirmation: Philip Basset, Roger de Mortuo Mari, Robert Aguil[on] John de la Linde, William de Sancto Odomaro, William de Aeyto, Peter de Nevill, William de Faukeham, Bartholomew le Bygot and others.

The king has caused these charters to be renewed by the rolls of the Chancery of Henry III. at the request of John son and heir of the said Hugh, because of their having been burned.

May 30. Horsley.

Acquittance to the abbot and convent of Oseneye of 352l. 13s. 4d., wherein they were bound to the king on their account, made before John de Insula and his fellows, appointed to audit the accounts of collectors of the tenth imposed on the clergy of England by the late Pope Boniface VIII., for the time that they were sub-collectors thereof in the diocese of Lincoln. The above sum was heretofore allowed them in satisfaction of 500l. (which came to the king's hands from the said tenth), wherein, at the king's instance, they bound themselves to the Pope, and afterwards paid the Pope; and for the said allowance they surrendered certain farms which had been assigned to them in recompense of the said 500l. They are now acquitted of that sum as though they had paid it into the wardrobe, and the king promises to hold them harmless with regard to the Pope.

May 26. Kempton.

Pardon to the prior and convent of Great Malvern, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery, for acquiring in mortmain from Godfrey, sometime bishop of Worcester, at a fee farm of 4l. a year to the bishops of Worcester, two mills in Wick Episcopi which are held in chief by knight service; and licence for them to hold them of W. the present bishop, at the above fee farm, as it appears by inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, that they are worth nothing beyond the said rent.

June 4. Guildford.

Pardon to the prior and Carmelite Friars of Boston for acquiring in mortmain from Robert de Wellebek of Boston a messuage there adjoining their area, and licence for them to keep it for the enlargement of the same.

MEMBRANE 21.

June 10. Witley.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Surrey, for William de Bliburgh to enclose a way 21 perches long and 1 perch wide adjoining his dwelling place at Retherthethe on the south side, on condition that he make another road of the same length and breadth on his own soil.

May 26. Banstead.

Pardon to Adam de Twynham, in consideration of a fine made by him in the Chancery for acquiring, in fee simple, a moiety of a messuage and of 32 acres of land in Kirkandres from Christopher de Seton, who held the same in chief; with licence for him to retain the same.

June 14. Cocking.

Grant to Odardus de Monte Martini, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wyt[er]ing, in the church of Holy Trinity, Chichester, void by the death of Master Richard de Arundel, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Chichester. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

June 6. Guildford.

Pardon to Alexander Cheveroil of 60 out of the 100 marks fine made by him for trespass of the forest, whereof he was indicted before Roger de Moeles and his fellows, justices appointed to enquire touching such trespasses. By p.s.

June 10. Witley.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants of the priory of Garyng, for Agnes de Lotegareshal, one of the nuns, elected prioress, to whom the temporalities have been restored. By p.s.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities. By p.s.

June 3. Guildford.

Letters for John Mautravers and Eleanor his wife, staying in England, nominating Ralph Pycot and John Seward their attorneys in Ireland for two years.

June 10. Witley.

Pardon to John de Ebor[aco], in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring, in fee simple, a messuage, 9 tofts, 8 bovates of land and 20s. rent in Stanton (sic) by Appleby by feoffment of Osbert de Spaldington, who held them in chief, with licence for him to retain them.

June 17. Chichester.

Mandate to Master William de Hothum, canon of the church of St. Patrick, Dublin, and Guy de Wykyo, parson of the church of Hese, king's clerks, collectors of the tenth on the clergy of Ireland, imposed for three years, with the king's assent, by the late Pope Boniface VIII. (who granted a moiety to the king, and also granted that in case of his death before the expiration of the three years or of peace being concluded in the war touching the realm of Sicily the king should have the other moiety) to compel by sentences of excommunication, suspension and interdict, by sequestration of ecclesiastical goods and by all other ways and means all ecclesiastical persons within the land of Ireland of whatsoever state, dignity or condition, to pay all arrears of the said tenth. The king is moved at hearing that they superseded the collection of the said tenth on the frivolous representations of certain ecclesiastical persons pretending that they are no longer bound to pay by reason of the Pope's death, and because Master Gerard de Pecoraria, asserting that he was sent by the Apostolic See to collect the same, revoked the commission made to the above Master William and Guy by the bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, principal collectors thereof. Lately, the said Master Gerard has expressly revoked everything in this behalf attempted by him as well in England as in Ireland, as appears in a public instrument sent herewith; they are, therefore, to proceed with the collection of the whole tenth, and to certify John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, and the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin, of the names of those who do not pay.

Mandate in pursuance to the justiciary and the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin, to cause the amount due from the said certified persons to be levied from the lay fees of such as have lay fees and from the goods found therein; and with regard to such as have none, but only ecclesiastical benefices, to command under the seal used in Ireland or of the said Exchequer the bishops in whose dioceses the benefices are situated to cause the said tenth to be levied and to be delivered to the said collectors until further order.

May 27. Banstead.

Grant to Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warwick, in extension of a grant to him made 24 August, 29 Edward I. to pay his debts and those of his ancestors at the Exchequer at the rate of 10l. a year, that with respect to all such debts and with respect to his own relief and the reliefs of his ancestors he may pay them all off at the same rate. By K.

June 17. Chichester.

Licence, in consideration ofa fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by William Pasturel to the abbot and convent of Glastonbury of 12 bovates of land in Glastonbury.

Membrane 21 (Schedule).

June 17. Chichester.

Grant to Master John de Nassington, king's clerk, of the prebend of the altar of St. Martin in the church of St. John of Beverley, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York.

Mandate in pursuance to the chapter of Beverley.

June 14. Cocking.

Pardon to John son of John de Genas, John de Rocheford and Matthew la Busoyne of their abjuration of the island of Gernereye and the other islands adjoining for the death of Joan Florisent, provided that they surrender to the gaol in the said island to take their trial if anyone wishes to proceed against them. By K. & C.

June 10. Witley.

Acknowledgement of the king's indebtedness to Matthew Clarissimi, Gerard Hugonis, and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, in 1,000 marks sterling delivered by them, at the king's command, to Walter de Wynterburn, cardinal priest of the church of Rome, for his expenses thither and his other needs belonging to his dignity of cardinal.

Vacated because these letters were surrendered by reason that the said merchants received 450 marks and had letters obligatory for the residue.

The like to the same for 200 marks sterling, delivered by them to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, for the expenses of the household in the month of August, 30 Edward I. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

June 19. Arundel.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the collectors and receivers of the new custom on wines in England and Ireland, for William Trente, butler, appointed to audit their accounts from time to time and to receive that money to the king's use, so that he answer for the same at the wardrobe at the king's will.

Appointment of the said William to audit from time to time the accounts of the merchants appointed in divers places of England and Ireland to collect from wine merchants of the duchy the new custom of 2s. a tun on wine brought to the king's dominions whereon freight is payable to mariners; and to receive that money to the king's use, so that he answer for the same at the wardrobe at the king's will.

MEMBRANE 20.

June 19. Arundel.

Grant to John de Britannia the younger, the king's nephew, in further payment of the king's debts to him, which he is paying him off at the rate of 500l. a year at the Exchequer, of all the corn in the lands of the archbishopric of York, which is void and in the king's hands, after it has been carried and collected in the granges and manors of the archbishopric, at a reasonable price to be made between the said John and the keepers of the archbishopric; and if it exceed the amount of the king's debt the said John shall be answerable for the excess at the Exchequer. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

June 18. Chichester.

Grant to Hugh le Despenser of whatever belongs to the king for punishments, imprisonments, ransoms and fines (emendis) for trespasses in the said Hugh's park of Wokkingg. By p.s.

June 19. Arundel.

Grant, in fee simple, to Richer de Refham, citizen of London, of [a house] within the Portsoken without Alegate, London, which Bartholomew le Mareschal, deceased, held at will, and for which he and others, tenants thereof, used to pay at the Exchequer 6s. 8d. a year, at 20s. a year, whereat it is arrented by the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Vacated because otherwise in the roll of Fines.

June 25. Lewes.

Grant to Robert son of Robert de Burghersh, king's clerk, of a prebend which Giles de Audenardo, resigned, had in the free chapel of St. Mary, Hastings castle. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the canons.

Letters for Boniface de Saluciis, staying beyond seas, nominating Berengar de Quiliano and Boniface Carle his attorneys for three years.

The like for George de Saluciis, nominating the same.

June 17. Chichester.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by William de Gosewyk, for the alienation in mortmain by him of 3 messuages, 6 bovates and 6 acres of land in Alneham by Alnewyk and Eworth by Wulloure to a chaplain in the parish church in the island of Halyeland celebrating divine service daily for the souls of himself, his father and mother, and of all the faithful dead.

June 25. West Dean.

Letters for Alice, late the wife of John de Sancto Johanne, staying in England, nominating Ralph Peny and John de Kenilworthe her attorneys in Scotland until Midsummer. By p.s.

June 19. Finden.

Grant, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Suffolk and in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the abbot, to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds that pleas within the eight hundreds and a half which are within the liberty of the abbot shall henceforth be held in a place called 'Henhowe,' near the town of St. Edmunds for the convenience and use of the justices and other the king's ministers and the people gathering there, as they used to be held in the place 'Catteshill.'

June 27. Buxted.

Nicholas de Quappelade, precentor, John de Sutton, chamberlain of Rading, and William de Henreth, monk of that house, bringing news of the death of W. their abbot, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

June 26. Horstead.

Grant to Walter de Fraxinis, in extension of a grant to him of the custody during the minority of the heir of the lands late of Nicholas Burdun, tenant in chief, of the said custody during the minority of the heirs. By p.s.

June 25. Lewes.

Pardon to the abbot and convent of St. Albans, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the abbot, for acquiring in mortmain a messuage in Great Yarmouth by feoffment of Roesia, late the wife of William Turkild.

Pardon to William le Bedel, in Hertford gaol for the death of Henry le Bedel, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and John Aignel, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

June 19. Finden.

Licence for W bishop of Coventry and Lichfield to crenellate his houses in his dwelling-place in the parish of St. Mary atte Stronde without the bar of the New Temple, London, as well those that are in his bishopric as those built of stone and lime by him in a plot acquired by him in fee simple, and to build of stone and lime a turret in the angle of his dwelling place towards the east on the river Thames and to crenellate it. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

June 19. Finden.

Mandate to the prior and convent of Bath to be answerable for the 20l. a year farm which they are accustomed to render at the Exchequer for the town of Bath and the barton thereof, co. Somerset, to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to whom the king lately assigned it in dower.

June 24. Lewes.

Letters for Richard Costantyn, staying in Ireland, nominating William de Whethelesburgh and Hugh de Foulmetheby his attorneys for two years from last Easter.

July 1. Milkhouse.

Grant to Master Jordan Moraunt, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wode home which Giles de Audenardo had in the church of Chichester, which is void by his resignation and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of that bishopric. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

May 30. Horsley.

Appointment, at her request, of Isabella de Clare, to the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the manor and town of Bereford, co. Oxford, and the lands in Spenhamelonde, co. Berks, and Marthe by Falefeld, co. Gloucester, which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority as well of Gilbert son and heir of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, as of John son and heir of John Giffard of Brymmesfeld, tenants in chief; so that she render at the Exchequer by the hands of the escheator, this side Trent, 74l. a year, to wit, for the manor 14l. for the town of Bereford 50l. for the lands in Spenhamelonde 114s. 4d. and for those in Marthe 4l. 5s. 8d. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

June 24. Lewes.

Letters for Robert de Barkeworth, going to the parts of Jerusalem, nominating Simon Chaumberleyn of Edlyngton and William de Miley of Raitheby his attorneys for four years. By K.

The like for William le Breton, going thither, nominating Robertle Venur and Peter le Breton. By K.

Simple protection, until a year after Michaelmas, for William de Deen, going to Gascony on the king's service. By K.

June 28. Mayfield.

Letters for Henry, prior of Bernumdeseye, going beyond seas, nominating brother Peter Peleryn and Master John de Wodegate his attorneys until a year after Michaelmas. By p.s.

Simple protection for him. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 19.

July 16. Dover.

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 the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Luda and Eleanor his wife to the abbot and convent of Abbodesbury of a messuage, a carucate of land, and 4 marks rent in Holewale which are held in chief, on condition that the tenants of the lands whence the said rent arises do suit at the hundred of Horethurn from three weeks to three weeks as they have been accustomed. By fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

June 27. Buxted.

Pardon to the abbot and convent of St. James without Northampton, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by the abbot, for acquiring in mortmain a messuage in Northampton by feoffment of Isabella daughter of Philip de Norhampton, and a mill and an acre of land in Duston by feoffment of William Beghlond.

June 24. Lewes.

Letters for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying in Ireland, nominating Peter de Todyngton and Henry Grey of St. Albans his attorneys for two years.

June 27. Buxted.

Appointment of Walter de Aylesbury to the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands in Crowell late of Giles de Brewosa, tenant in chief, for 100 marks paid by him to the merchants of the Spini in the name of Margaret, the king's consort, over and above the 200 marks which the said merchants received to the use of the queen by the hands of John de Northwode, which 300 marks the king granted to the queen in part payment of 600 marks granted to her in addition to her former grant of 1,000 marks for the discharge of her debts.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent.

May 27. Banstead.

Further augmentation to Margaret, the queen consort, of her dower (which Pope Boniface, in arranging the marriage, ordained to be 15,000 pounds of Tours a year, and which the king afterwards augmented by 3,000 pounds of Tours) by 2,000 pounds of Tours, four pounds of Tours being computed at one pound sterling; and assignment to her accordingly of the following manors, etc. of the following yearly values sterling:—

The town of Kyngesthorp, co. Northampton, 60l.

The manor of Eston, co. Northampton, 40l.

The manor of Kyngesclyve, co. Northampton, 62l.

The manor of Briggestok, co. Northampton, 41l. 10s.

25l. farm which Laurence de Preston renders for the manor of Gretton, co. Northampton.

The hundred of Falwele, co. Northampton, 11l. 16s. 8d.

The manor of Longebenyngton, co. Lincoln, 160l.

The town of Grymesby with the rents and other appurtenances, co. Lincoln, 50l.

50l. farm which the men of the soke of Castre, co. Lincoln, render yearly. [Fœdera.] By p.s.

June 14. Cocking.

Grant to her in the forests and woods of the manors of Kyngesclyve and Briggestok of timber for the repair of those manors, and at all her visits there firewood for the expenses of her household, as much and as often as she likes : and further grant to her that in all her visits and stayings there, she have her game, as well in the said forests and woods as in the chaces and parks belonging to the said manors, and take venison and have it taken by her people. By p.s

June 27. Buxted.

Appointment of Master Richard de Abyndon, king's clerk, to the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of John de Thedmersh, tenant in chief, which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority of John his son and heir, with the marriage of the heirs, in consideration of 80l. paid by him to the merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, in the name of Margaret, the queen consort, in part payment of 600 marks granted to her as above. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucester, escheator this side Trent, and he is to deliver to him the body of the heir to be married.

June 24. Lewes.

Letters for Jordan de Naungle, staying in Ireland, nominating John de Naungle and Stephen de Hereford his attorneys for two years.

The like for Robert de Criketot, staying in England, nominating John de la Muntayne the younger his attorney in Ireland until a year after Michaelmas.

June 27. Buxted.

The like for William de Maundevill, staying in Ireland, nominating John del Wych and Hugh Gretheved his attorneys for two years.

July 1. Milkhouse.

The like for Roger la Warre, going to the court of Rome, nominating Robert de London and John de la Haye for one year.

June 28. Mayfield.

The like for Bouruncinus Walteri de Lucca and Bulnettus his son, staying in England, nominating John Aldebrandini Barba Gyolla of Lucca for one year in Ireland.

Vacated because otherwise below.

July 7. Canterbury.

Grant to William Howard and Alice his wife; for a fine made by William before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the manor of Knapton, and all the ands in the manor of Wetyng, co. Norfolk, late of Giles de Playz, tenant in chief, with the issues thereof from the time they came to the king's hands. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent.

Presentation of Martin de Grymesby, chaplain, to the vicarage of the church of Felicekyrk, in the diocese of York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see.

July 7. Canterbury.

Letters for John de Tany, going to the court of Rome with Roger la Warre, nominating Dunfrid de Staunton and Robert son of William de Wrytele his attorneys for one year.

July 10. Canterbury.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, for Thomas de Berkleye the elder. By K.

July 8. Canterbury.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by the dean and chapter of St. Ethelbert's, Hereford, for the alienation in mortmain to them by William de Mortuo Mari and Hugh de Brewosa of a messuage, 40 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow and 3s. of rent in the suburb of Hereford.

July 1. Milkhouse.

Presentation of Richard de la Byrlaund to the church of Sulham, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Hugh de Sancto Filiberto, tenant in chief.

July 10. Canterbury.

Letters for John le Ussher, going to Ireland, nominating Peter de Abyton his attorney for two years.

June 20. Arundel.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the collectors and receivers of the new custom of wines in Ireland, for Henry le Mareschal and John le Dicere, burgesses of Dublin, deputed by William Trente, the butler (who is appointed to audit the accounts of the said new custom and to receive the money arising therefrom, but is engaged in the king's affairs in England), to perform his office there.

July 11. Canterbury.

Presentation of Peter de Brembre to the church of Northbiry, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield. By p.s.

Vacated because otherwise below.

July 10. Canterbury.

Revocation, directed to J. bishop of Norwich, of the presentation of Master Walter de London to the church of Bremerton, in that diocese, as it appears that Richard de Overton, rector thereof, whom the king understood to be dead, is still alive.

July 13. Womenswold. (Wymelingwelde.)

Letters for the abbot of St. Serge, Angers, staying beyond seas, nominating William Godes, his fellow-monk, and William Ricardi his attorneys for five years.

Simple protection, until a year after Michaelmas, for Aymer de Archiaco, going beyond seas. For a fine of 20s. made at the Exchequer.

Letters for him, nominating Robert de Waleton and Peter Wyg' his attorneys for the same time.

MEMBRANE 18.

May 28. Banstead.

Grant to Margaret, the queen consort, that she may hold the above mentioned manors, etc. of the yearly value of 2,000 pounds of Tours assigned to her in augmentation of her dower, for her life, with knights' fees, advowsons of religious houses, hospitals, churches and chapels, wards, marriages, escheats, chaces, parks, assarts and purprestures, and that she may have in the said manors, etc., and the fees thereof, the following liberties, to wit, return of writs and summonses, and all fines, ransoms and amercements of all men and tenants in the same and the fees thereof, forfeited issues, and all that can belong to the king for the year, and waste, forfeitures and murders adjudged in any of the king's courts against such men and tenants as well before the king and in the chancery, as before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, and before the justices in eyre for common pleas, and for pleas of the forest, and before any other justices and ministers with power to levy the same by estreats made before the proper authorities delivered to her bailiffs and ministers: and that she may have therein goods of felons and fugitives, wherever such of her men may be brought to justice.

May 27. Banstead.

To the like effect as above.

July 11. Canterbury.

Presentation of Peter de Brembre to the church of Northbury, in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of John Walrand, an idiot, being in his hands. By p.s.

July 23. Lenham.

Pardon to Hamo le Styvour for homicides, etc., and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 27. Leeds.

Grant, for life, at the instance of Margaret, the queen consort, to Walter de Waldeshief, king's yeoman, of the bailiwick of the forestry of the Peak, which Nicholas le Convers, lately deceased, had, receiving daily as much as the said Nicholas.

Mandate in pursuance to Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest this side Trent.

The like to the bailiff of the High Peak to pay him his said wages.

July 27. Leeds.

Letters for Master John de Wynchelse, going beyond seas, nominating William de Holewell and Richard Thebaud his attorneys for one year. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 17.

July 1. Milkhouse.

Grant to Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, to whom the king lately granted by extent the manor of Costeseye, in compensation of 10l. a year which the abbot and convent of Bonrepos ought to receive therefrom by charter of Alan, vicomte de Rohan, sometime lord thereof, and confirmation of the same by Henry III. of a like sum yearly from the farm of the town of Norwich, by the hands of the bailiffs thereof. By C.

June 24. Lewes.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by Alan de Polyngfold to the abbot and convent of Fécamp, of 30s. rent in Rugewyk, Billyngehirst, Slyndefold, Stenyng and Polebergh.

1304. Dec. 8. Burstwick.

Grant to John Sampson, to whom the king granted for life the custody of Scardeburgh castle, receiving yearly at the Exchequer as much as Ralph son of William, late constable thereof, to wit, 10l. that, for his ease and quiet, he may receive the same from the farm of the town of Scardeburgh by the hands of the bailiffs thereof. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the said [bailiffs]. By p.s.

1305. July 7. Canterbury.

Protection, with clause volumus, for one year, for Roger la Warre going to the court of Rome on the king's affairs. By K.

The like for John de Tany, going with him. By testimony of the said Roger

Letters for John son of John de Munceaus, also going with him, nominating Robert de London and William de Bosco his attorneys for one year.

Protection, with clause volumus, for him. By testimony of the said Roger.

July 8. Canterbury.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, and the barons of the Exchequer, for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Brigham to the abbot and convent of Peterborough, of a messuage and 34 aeres of land in Peterborough, Castre and Suthorp.

Pardon to Adam de Fuleham, citizen of London, John Sterre of Chelchehethe, Walter Cres, Humphrey de Fuleham, Richard de Wyke, and John de Swaveshethe, of the household of the said Adam, in consideration of a fine made before the council by the said Adam, for himself and them, for maintaining malefactors; and of whatever belongs to the king for all trespasses committed against John atte Gate, whereof they are indicted before the king. By C.

July 3. Pluckley.

Grant to Ralph de Stanford, king's chaplain, of the prebend which Giles de Audenardo, deceased, had in the church of Ripon, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York.

Mandate in pursuance to the chapter.

July 12. Canterbury.

Grant to Ralph de Stokes, king's clerk, of the prebend of Wyghton, in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift for the like reason. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

MEMBRANE 17 (Schedule).

July 12. Canterbury.

Presentation of the said Ralph to the said church of Wyghton. By K.

July 8. Canterbury.

Grant to William de Cumbe Martyn, citizen and merchant of London, for 1,000 marks paid on behalf of Margaret, the queen consort, to John Van, merchant of the society of the Bellardi of Lucca, who has acquited the queen and acknowledged the same before the king, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of two parts of the lands in Somerset, late of Elias de Albiniaco, tenant in chief, which are extended at 72l. 2s. 8d. with all receipts from the day of his death, and the marriage of the heirs : the said 1,000 marks being considered as part of the 4,000l. lately granted to the queen out of custodies and marriages.

July 13. Womenswold.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made at the Exchequer by the prior, for the alienation in frank almoin by Adam Lucas to the prior and convent of Wormeleye, of 5 acres of meadow and 20s. of rent in Bruneshop, in exchange for 16s. 11d. of rent there and other services quit-claimed to him by them.

July 16. Dover.

Mandate to Walter de Geddyng, keeper of the bishopric of Chichester, to restore the temporalities thereof to John de Langeton, one of the canons, elected bishop, and confirmed by R. archbishop of Canterbury. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants. By p.s.

May 28. Banstead.

Appointment of Margaret, the queen consort, to the above mentioned manors, etc. lately granted to her, for life, in augmentation of her dower, and in case of the king's death before her she is not to be removed therefrom.

July 10. Canterbury.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by William de Bello Campo, for William Tuchet to assign to him, in fee simple, a messuage in Glenteworthe, co. Lincoln, which is held in chief.

MEMBRANE 16.

July 7. Canterbury.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Middlesex, for Master Thomas de Abberbury, to assign to Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, and his successors, a messuage in the parish of St. Mary Attestronde, without the Bar of the New Temple, London, which is held in chief.

July 16. Dover.

Letters for the abbot of Berneye, staying beyond seas, nominating Robert Toubert and Robert Campe his attorneys for three years.

July 16. Temple Ewell.

Pardon to Henry de Bodrigan of 30l. delivered to him as a prest from the wardrobe at the time he was going to Gascony on the king's service. By p.s.

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

July 13. Womenswold.

Pardon, at the request of John de Sancto Johanne when he was alive, to the heirs of the said John, Adam de Kereseye and John Burghman, for the evasion of Simon Fot, lately in custody in the gaol of Cokermuth castle for larcenies and robberies. It appears by an inquisition made by the sheriff and coroners of Cumberland, that the said Simon escaped while the custody of the castle was committed to the said Adam and John by the said John de Sancto Johanne, to whom that castle was granted at will, and that when escaping he was pursued by them with hue and cry, and taken and beheaded as a fugitive. By pet. of C. in the parliament of Westminster, in the 30th year.

July 13. Womenswold.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, for the alienation in mortmain by Robert de Turueston, chaplain, to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John the Baptist, Walingford, of 13 acres of land in Walingford, Cloppecote and Newenham by Croumersh, whereof 5½ acres are held in chief.

July 10. Canterbury.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by Edmund de Sumervill, for Philip de Sumervill to demise to him, for life, the manor of Alrewas, co. Stafford, which is held in chief.

July 12. Canterbury.

Letters for John de Benstede, going beyond seas, nominating Geoffrey de Stokes and John de Wynton his attorneys for one year.

Protection with clause volumus, for him for the same time.

July 13. Womenswold.

Pardon to Thomas de Veer, for a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring, in fee simple, a toft, 69 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 30 acres of wood, and 9s. 3d. of rent in Duddingherst, co. Essex, from John de Daggeworth, who held them in chief, and licence for him to retain the same.

July 22. Ospring.

Letters for Bouruncinus Walteri de Lucca and Burnettus his son, staying in England, nominating John Aldebrandini Barbagella their attorneys in Ireland for two years.

July 16. Dover.

Pardon to Henry Husee and to Henry Belet, Godfrey Gyngiure, Ralph de Tratyngton, Nicholas de la Cumbe, Ralph le Vannere and John de Feryngges, men of his household, in consideration of a fine made by him before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer for himself and his said men, for trespasses committed by them against William de Henle and Isabella his wife, Robert de Rydingersh and Matilda his wife, Richard son of Richard atte Hok and Isabella de Lalleburne, John de Hanneden, Henry de Gyldeford, William de Doddelynge, John de Okeford, Stephen de Cumpton, John le Geyl, and the heirs of John de Ludham, in the counties of Surrey and Sussex, whereof they were indicted, as appears in the record and process held before the king and returned into the chancery.

July 12. Canterbury.

Protection, with clause, for one year, for Master Stephen de Wylmyngton, going beyond seas. By p.s.

Letters for him nominating Geoffrey de Stokes and John de Wynton his attorneys. By p.s.

July 20. Dover.

Grant, at the instance of Thomas de Cantebrigia, king's clerk, to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Jakesle of pavage for five years, on condition that the money arising therefrom be taken according to the ordinance of the said Thomas, and applied to the pavage of the town, and no goods be charged twice. By K. on the information of J. de Benford (sic).

July 15. Dover.

Presentation of Bernard de Gippewyco to the church of Rademel, in the diocese of Chichester, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see. By p.s.

July 22. Ospring.

Simple protection, until Michaelmas, for Bartholomew, prior of St. Andrew's, Northampton, going beyond seas. By p.s.

July 16. Dover.

Mandate to Master Richard de Haveringg, king's clerk, constable of Bordeaux castle, to allow Peter Baleygne, late receiver of the issues of the duchy of Aquitaine for the king of France, 245l. in the account he is to render before the said constable of the said issues from the 20 May, 31 Edward I. which, according to the peace established with the king of Fiance, belong to the king from that day, as it appears by an account rendered before John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the wardrobe, that the king owes the said Peter that amount for 87 tuns of wine, bought from him in divers ports of England, at the expense of the household by Adam de Rokesle, then butler, and by William Trente, then the latter's attorney.

At another time it was sealed by C. to Master Robert Leycet who did not have the office of constable, and now it is renewed by the roll.

July 22. Ospring.

Grant to Robert Poterel, for 50 marks paid at the Exchequer, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of Richard de Pesemere, tenant in chief, extended at 66s. 8d. with the marriage of the heir. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent.

July 22. Doddington.

Letters for Anthony, bishop of Durham, going beyond seas, nominating Richard de Rokesle and Richard de Ware his attorneys until Martinmas. By p.s.

Simple protection for him for the same time. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 15.

July 16. Dover.

Grant to John Abel, in consideration of 120l. paid by him to the merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, in the name of Margaret, the queen consort, in full satisfaction of the 600 marks granted to her for the discharge of her debts, over and above the 4,000l. formerly granted to her, of the marriage of Ralph son and heir of John le Bygod of Stocton, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody, or in case of his death before marriage, of the next heir. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

July 22. Ospring.

Revocation, directed to S. bishop of Salisbury, of the presentation of Richard de Byrland to the church of Soulham, in that diocese, the king having forgotten his confirmation to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of the queen's grant to the said John of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of Hugh de Sancto Philiberto, tenant in chief, with the advowsons of churches, formerly granted by the king to the queen.

July 29. Boxley.

Letters for the abbot of St. Vandrille, staying beyond seas, nominating John de Leycestre and William de Ulecotes his attorneys for three years. By p.s.

July 30. Boxley.

Presentation of Hugh de Burgo to the church of Brough under Staynmore, in the diocese of Carlisle, void by the resignation of John de Langeton, bishop elect of Chichester. By p.s.

Vacated because below.

July 30. Boxley.

Letters for Master Edmund de London, keeper of the house of St. Thomas the Martyr of Acre, staying in England, nominating Richard Brun of Bereford and Thomas de Bannebury his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

July 27. Leeds.

Protection and safe-conduct, during pleasure, for Peter de Malosellini and Johanotus Spinele, merchants of Genoa, their ship called The Ship of St. Nicholas of Genoa, which has arrived in the port of Southampton, Hugh Vyntemile, Raffo Traverii, masters of the said ship, and the rest of their sailors and servants, their merchandise and goods.

July 27. Leeds.

Simple protection, until Easter, for Henry, prior of Wenlock, going beyond seas. By p.s.

Aug. 1. Gravesend.

Letters for Richard de Bereford, treasurer of Ireland, going to Ireland to execute his office, nominating William de Leycestre and Philip de Herdewyk his attorneys for three years.

Aug. 1. Boxley.

Grant, for life, to Walter de Depham, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, of the bailiwick of the four hundreds and a half of Ciltre belonging to the honor of Walyngford, which is in the king's hands by the death of Laurence le Avayner, who held it by gift of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, the king's kinsman.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Aylesbury, keeper of the honor of Wallyngford. By p.s.

Aug. 5. Gravesend.

Grant to Ralph de Stokes, king's clerk, of the prebend which Philip de Wylgheby, deceased, had in the church of Ripon, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the chapter.

The like to Poincardus, of the prebend which the said Philip had in the church of St. Peter, York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

July 29. Leeds.

Pardon to William de Ballecote, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, and after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, for acquiring for life from Geoffrey de Ballecote his brother, two messuages, seven virgates and 6 acres of land in Chiriton, Hamptonet, Cherlyngton and Tettebury, which Matilda de Mortuo Mari, deceased, who held them in chief, heretofore gave to the said Geoffrey in fee tail; which grant the said Matilda confirmed: with licence for him to have the premises, which were taken into the king's hands because they were thus alienated without his licence again.

Aug. 7. Tilbury.

Letters for John, abbot of Oseneye, staying in England, nominating Robert de Sibbeford his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Aug. 11. Bowers Gifford.

Pardon to the abbot of Thornton on Humber, John de Scures, canon of that abbey, and others for felling eight oaks in the forest of Shirewode beyond the number granted to the abbot, as the king understands that the said canon and other persons felled them without the abbot's consent. By p.s.

Aug. 5. Gravesend.

Exemplification, by reason of its fading with age and the rotting of the wax of its seal, of a charter of Henry III. dated at Clarendon, 5 December, 41 Henry III. restoring in fee simple to Richard de Meleford, for a fine, the whole bailiwick of the forest of Clarendon, which was taken from him by judgment of the court in the time of Robert Passelewe, justice of the forest. Witnesses: Geoffrey de Leziniaco, William de Valencia, the king's brothers, Master John Maunsel, Walter de Merton, William de Grey, Robert de Maris, Imbert Pugeis, William Gernun, Philip de Bocland, Fortunatus de Luc' and others. [In the margin, Pro Agnete de Meleford.]

Aug. 16. Rayleigh.

Grant to William Martyn of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of Henry de la Pomeroy, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent. By p.s.

Aug. 17. Rayleigh.

Simple protection, until Easter, for Master Richard de Plumstok, parson of the church of Exmyuestre, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

Aug. 12. Bowers Gifford.

Letters for Ralph de Monte Hermeri, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and Joan his wife, staying in England, nominating John de Kaerdif his attorney in Ireland for two years.

Aug. 11. Bowers Gifford.

Pardon to John de Loo le vieil, Robert de Otery, William de Reigny, at different times priors of the Friars Preachers of Exeter, and the Friars of that convent, for concealing or receiving friar Nicholas Sandekyn of Bristol, one of the friars, who long ago, with the assent of Stephen de Exonia, one of the friars (who was afterwards thrust into a prison by the rest of the friars for some offence against the rule of their order), carried away part of the money of Gilbert de Knovill deposited in their hands at Exeter, and for a long time could not be found, as it appears by testimony of Robert de Bromyerd, prior provincial in England, and Hugh de Mamcestre of that order, that the said persons are indicted before William Martyn and his fellows, justices appointed to hear and determine divers felonies in the county of Devon, of receiving the said Stephen and of no other trespass. By p.s.

Aug. 17. Rayleigh.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Kent, for the master of the Knights Templars in England to impark their wood of Middelherst, containing with the laund thereof 200 acres, and their wood of Westwode containing with the laund thereof 100 acres, which woods belong to their manor of Temple Ewell, co. Kent. By p.s.

Aug. 23. Widford. (Wydiford.)

Simple protection in Ireland, for three years, for Geoffrey de Caunvill, staying in England. By p.s.

Aug. 20. Rayleigh.

Letters for Master Richard de Havering, going to Gascony on the king's service, nominating Andrew de Kendal and John de Harpeden his attorneys for two years. By K.

Simple protection for him. By K.

The same for the following going with him :—

Master John de Havering.

Master Peter de Sancto Mario and John de Vallettis.

MEMBRANE 14.

Aug. 17. Rayleigh.

Letters for Isabella, abbess of Wherewell, staying in perpetual seclusion in her house like other abbesses and nuns of that order, according to a new constitution made to that effect, nominating Robert de Cormaylles and John de Swyltenham her attorneys for one year.

Aug. 26. Good Easter. (Godinecestre.)

Simple protection, for two years, for John, earl of Athol, the king's kinsman, going to Scotland. By p.s.

Letters for him nominating Simon Ganet his attorney for the same time. By p.s.

Aug. 27. Roding.

The like for John de Dover, staying in Ireland, nominating Robert de Bardelby his attorney for two years.

Aug. 27. Roding.

Pardon to Miles de Orston, in the gaol of Old Sarum for the death of Robert son of William de Middelhope, as it appears by the record of William Martyn and Henry Spygurnel and their fellows, justices appointed to hear and determine felonies in the county of Wilts, and to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Sept. 1. Laver. (Laufare.)

Letters for John, abbot of Dundraynan, staying in Galloway, nominating John de Blakhoumore, his fellow-monk, and Eustace Dunnyng his attorneys in Ireland for three years.

Sept. 4. Laver.

Simple protection, for one year, for Master James de Florencia, archdeacon of Winchester, going to the court of Rome. By p.s.

Sept. 12. Theydon.

Grant to Master John de Hedon, king's clerk, of the prebend in the chapel of St. Mary and the Holy Angels, York, late of Richard de Taunton, deceased, and in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the see. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

Mandate in pursuance to Master John Bush, sacristan of that chapel. By K. on the like information.

Sept. 12. Theydon.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants of the abbey of Radingg, for Nicholas de Quappelade, precentor of that house, elected abbot. By K. on the like information.

Mandate to the prior and convent to deliver to him the temporalities which are in their custody. By K. on the like information.

Aug. 24. Writtle.

Grant to Master Jordan Moraunt, king's clerk, to whom the king lately granted the prebend in the church of Chichester, which Giles de Audenardo, deceased, had, of the houses near the church which the said Giles held by reason of the said prebend. By p.s.

Sept. 12. Theydon.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain by John de la Chaumbre of Bridlington to the prior and convent of Bridlington, of a toft there.

Sept. 21. Barking.

Letters for Neapoleo, cardinal, prebendary of the prebend of Suthcave in the church of York, and of the prebend of Sutton in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, staying in the court of Rome, nominating Geoffrey de Provino and John Rychy de Florencia his attorneys for two years.

Sept. 21. Barking.

Mandate to the dean and chapter of St. Peter's, York, to assign a stall in the choir and a place in the chapter to Robert de Cotingham, king's clerk, to whom the king has granted the prebend which John de Langeton, bishop of Chichester, lately held in that church, and which is in the king's hands by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Grant to him of the said prebend. On the like information.

Sept. 21. Barking.

Pardon to William son of Ralph de Goldyngton, in Bedeford gaol for the death of Roger son of John le Straunge, as it appears by the record of John Boteturte and his fellows, justices, appointed to hear and determine felonies and trespasses in the county of Bedford, that he killed him in selfdefence.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by the abbot of St. Evroul, parson of the church of Great Petlyng, to stop a way on the south of his dwelling-place there, leading through the churchyard to a well called 'Nicholeswell,' adjoining the said dwelling-place, for the enlargement thereof, on condition that he make another way on his own soil, adjacent to the said way of the same length and breadth.

Sept. 25. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, of John de Benstede, king's clerk, to the office of the chancellorship of the Exchequer, in like manner as Philip de Wylyheby, late chancellor, deceased, held it.

Mandate in pursuance to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to deliver him the office with the rolls, writs and other things belonging to it.

Sept. 16. Havering.

Pardon, at the instance of Margaret, the queen consort, to Matilda, late the wife of Hugh de Mortuo Mari of Richards Castle, for a felony she is said to have committed in poisoning her husband. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the counties of Hereford and Worcester, to supersede the execution of the exigents in which she has been put by them in those counties, and to restore to her the goods taken into the king's hands on that account.

Sept. 22. Havering atte Bower.

Grant to John Filliol, for 12l. paid by him at the Exchequer, by the bands of Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of two parts of the lands in Dodemanston, late of Robert de Dodemanston, who held by knight service of the heir of Philip Burnel, tenant in chief, the king's ward, which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority of Hugh son of the said Robert.

Sept. 30. Sheen.

Grant, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, to John de Stapelton, of the marriage of Isabella, late the wife of John son of Hugh, tenant in chief, or any fine she may make for a marriage, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence. By K.

Sept. 28. Sheen.

Pardon to John de Britannia, the younger, for selling timber in the wood of Bywell which he holds by grant of the king, and licence for him to sell 200l. worth thereof for the discharge of his debts incurred in the king's service. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Oct. 2. Sheen.

Pardon to Robert de la Warde, steward of the household, and to Ida his wife, for acquiring for themselves and the heirs of Robert the manor of Shopelaund by feoffment of Robert son of Walter who held it in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for them to retain it. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Oct. 1. Sheen.

Grant to Thomas de Netherton, chaplain, of the chapel of St. Cross, in the forest of Whicchewode, on condition that he reside there and repeat daily in the said chapel the canonical hours and celebrate mass as has been wont to be done by other chaplains.

Sept. 26. Westminster.

Presentation of Thomas de Portington to the church of Netherhardres, in the diocese of Canterbury, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the priory of Merton.

MEMBRANE 13.

Sept. 12. Roding.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Ralph de Sandwyco, John de Bacquell and Stephen de Gravesende, by jury of Middlesex, touching an appeal which Walter de Kyngeshemede brings before the justices of the Bench against William de Billebury for robbery and breach of the peace. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 12.

Oct. 3. Sheen.

Pardon, at the request of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, to Manekin le Heaumer of London and Peter his brother for trespasses against the peace whereof they were indicted before the king. By K.

Oct. 2. Sheen.

Pardon to John de Eton, in Norwich gaol for the death of Nicholas Tresamond, as it appears by the record of William de Ormesby, John le Bretoun and Richard de Walsingham, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Sept. 16. Havering.

Mandate to Henry le Mareschal and John le Dicer, burgesses of Dublin, to execute, in Ireland, on behalf of William Trent, butler, the office to which he was appointed and to which they have been deputed by him, to wit, to audit the accounts of the collectors and receivers of the new custom on wines in England and Ireland, and to receive the money arising therefrom, so that he answer thereof in the wardrobe, as the said William is engaged in the king's affairs in England.

Oct. 3. Sheen.

Licence for William Servat, citizen and merchant of London, to build of stone and lime and crenellate a turret beyond the gate of his dwelling-place in that city. By p.s.

Sept. 26. Westminster.

Presentation of Roger de Kertlyngge to a moiety of the church of Brom, in the diocese of Norwich, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Bartholomew son and heir of John Davelers, tenant in chief.

Aug. 20. Wickford.

Pardon to Walter le Chapman of Estry of his outlawry for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench to answer touching a plea of Simon de Grelle that he render an account for the time that he was Simon's bailiff in Kynore, Highele and Merston, in consideration of his having found before the king in the Chancery Augustine de Sandwyco and Simon atte Hulle of the county of Kent, Richard de Charring of the county of Essex, and Thomas son of Thomas de Seustern of the county of Lincoln, as mainpernors to have him before the said justices a fortnight after Martinmas. By p.s.

Oct. 1. Sheen.

Letters for William de Clere, staying in England, nominating Henry Tywe his attorney in Ireland until 1 August.

Oct. 1. Sheen.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Easter, for John Maulevrer, going beyond seas with Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, on the king's service.

Oct. 6. Sheen.

Letters for John de Houton, going to Ireland, nominating Andrew Burre his attorney for two years.

Grant to Roger de Portes, king's clerk, of the prebend of Crouhirst in the free chapel of St. Mary in Hastings castle, void by the resignation of William de Dovor.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Oct. 2. Sheen.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Christmas, for Master William de Grenefeld, dean of the church of Holy Trinity, Chichester, staying in the court of Rome.

The like, until Easter, for the following, going beyond seas on the king's service with Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln :—

Richard de Arundell. By testimony of the earl.
Robert de Shirlaunde.
Alexander de Ledes.
Robert de Whitlay.
Peter Bascle.
William de Barewe.
Nicholas de Redinges, clerk.
John de Stapelton.
Robert de Haghenby.
Henry de Shirleye.
Robert de Sottewell.

Peter le Taillur.

John le Leutur.

William le Keu.

Thomas de Hayton, parson of the church of Bukkeby.

William de Dyswurth.

Oct. 3. Sheen.

The like for the said earl. By K.

Letters for the earl nominating Thomas de Fyssheburn and Roger de Cubbeldik his attorneys for the same period.

Oct. 5. Sheen.

Grant to John de Dynyeton, chaplain, of the prebend which Master William de Axeby, deceased, held in the church of St. John, Beverley, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the canons.

Oct 7. Sheen.

Geoffrey Basset and Reginald de Neweton, monks of Thorneye, bringing news of the death of O. their abbot, have letters of licence to elect.

Thomas de Ketliston and Adam de Lych[field], monks of Burton-onTrent, bringing news of the death of Thomas, their abbot, have the like. By p.s.

Oct. 7. Sheen.

Letters for Alan son of Warin, going to Ireland, nominating Peter son of Warin and Robert le Despenser his attorneys for one year.

Oct 8. Sheen.

Grant to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of the prebend of Nassington in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of that see. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to J. bishop elect of Lincoln.

Letters for the abbot of Mont St. Michel, staying beyond seas, nominating William le Oysel and Robert Maunyel his attorneys for three years. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

The like for the same in the islands of Gereseye and Gerneseye.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for John de Benstede, going beyond seas on the king's service.

The like for Alexander de Norton, going with him.

Letters for Master Ralph, bishop elect of London, staying beyond seas, nominating Robert Ramage and Richard de Baldok his attorneys.

Oct. 8. Sheen.

Pardon to John de Britannia, the king's nephew, for divers sales and gifts of timber in the wood of Bywell which he holds by the king's grant, and licence for him to sell 200l. worth thereof for the discharge of his debts. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

Oct. 16. Sheen.

Grant to Robert de Bardelby, king's clerk, of the prebend of Dunyngton in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of York. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Letters for Master Stephen de Bylmyngton, parson of the church of Buckton Alluf, going beyond seas with John de Bensted, nominating Roger de Presland and John de Ayremynne his attorneys until Easter.

The like for Alexander de Norton, going with the said John, nominating the same persons.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Easter, for the said Master Stephen. By testimony of the said J. de Benstede.

MEMBRANE 11.

Oct. 5. Sheen.

Presentation of John de Hameldon to the church of Twywell, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Thorneye. By p.s.

Oct. 8. Sheen.

Pardon to John de Hertrygg for taking a stag in the forest of Wyndesore, whereof he was indicted before Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest this side Trent. By p.s.

Oct. 6. Sheen.

Grant to William Martyn, in extension of a grant to him of the custody during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of Henry de la Pomeraye, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs, of the said custody with knights' fees, advowsons of churches, dowers when they fall in, and all other things belonging thereto. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Oct. 13. Westminster.

Letters for John Comyn, earl of Boghan, going to Scotland, nominating Robert Herle and Robert de Barton his attorneys for one year. By K. on the like information.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Pardon to William de Graunpunt, in Oxford gaol for the death of Henry Waraunt of Westweld, as it appears by the record of John Randolf and Robert Pugeys, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Oct. 12. Westminster.

The like to William de Bedhampton, in Huntyndon gaol for the death of John de Paunton, as it appears by the record of John Buteturte, William Haward and Nicholas Fermbaud, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence. By record of the rolls.

Oct. 10. Barnes.

Inspeximus and confirmation, at the request of Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, of a charter of the earl, dated at Chilhith, 11 (sic) October, 33 Edward I. confirming to John de Uffeton, his chamberlain, for life, the custody of all his parks and woods of Framelyngham, Killeshale and Saham, co. Suffolk, with 4s. a week for the custody, 20s. a year for his robe hay and oats for one horse, to wit, every night half a bushel, all trees blown down by the wind, and escheats of timber given or felled to the earl's use. Witnesses:—Sirs John Lovel, John Apadam, John Filliol, Robert de Reydon, knights; Peter de Welles, John Dauneys, William de Ludham, Walter de Bernham, John de Medefeld, Edmund de Mikilfeld, William Phelip, Robert Bolle and others.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, going beyond seas on the king's business.

Oct. 6. Sheen.

The like, until Easter, for Hugh le Despenser, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K.

Oct. 6. Sheen.

The like for the following going with him:—

John de Ratyndene. By testimony of the said Hugh.
William de Rasene, clerk.
John Dyve.
Ralph de Camoys.
John de Handlo.
Malcolm Musard.
Ralph de Gorges.
Richard Chastiloun.
Roger de Cobeham.
Ingelram Berenger.
William de Sidemanton, clerk.
Master William de Cornubia, parson of the church of Toucestre.
Roger Papilun.
Amedeus de Sancto Johanne, provost of the church of St. Mary, Wengham.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Letters for the said Ralph de Gorges nominating Roger de Preselond and John de Ebroicis his attorneys until Easter.

Oct. 6. Sheen.

The like for the said John Dyve nominating Baldwin de Kerebrok and Donatus de Stratford.

The like for the said John de Ratynden, nominating Walter de Ratynden and William de Bosco.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Walter le Norreys, going beyond seas on the king's service with Ralph de Gorges. By testimony of the said Hugh.

Letters for Alan son of William son of Warin, going to Ireland, nominating Peter son of Warin and Robert le Despenser his attorneys.

The like for Robert, abbot of Bardeneye, going beyond seas, nominating William de Waynflet, his fellow-monk, and Robert de Baston for one year.

Simple protection for him. By K.

Letters for Joan de Valencia, countess of Pembroke, staying in England, nominating Roger de Castro Goderich and John le Fraunceys her attorneys for three years. By K.

Mandate to Miles de Stapelton, constable of the castle of Knaresburgh, to cause wood to be sold to the amount of 40l. yearly, until further order, in the woods within the chace of Knaresburgh, by view of Henry de Screvyn and Thomas Russel, foresters of fee there. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for John de Bauquell and William de Blyburgh, going beyond seas for the affairs of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester.

Oct. 17. Westminster.

Pardon to John son of Reginald for the death of William de Heyworth, whereof Margery, late the wife of the said William, appealed him before the king. By K. on the information of the treasurer and by bill of Roger le Brabazon.

Letters for Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Andrew de Ferentino and William de Derham his attorneys until Easter.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for the following going with him:—

Hugh le Cumbe. By testimony of the said Bartholomew.
William de Leghes.
Master John le Keu.

The like for the following going beyond seas with W. bishop of Worcester :— By testimony of the bishop.

The abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol. By K.
Gilbert de Segrave, archdeacon of Oxford.

Oct. 16. Westminster.

The like for one year for Master Peter de Dene, staying in the court of Rome. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Letters for John de Bauquell, going beyond seas on the affairs of Edward, prince of Wales, nominating Henry de Leyc[estre] and Thomas le Palmer his attorneys for one year.

Sept. 4. Laver.

Presentation of Hugh de Burgo to the church of Brough under Staynmore, in the diocese of Carlisle, void by the resignation of John de Langeton, bishop elect and confirmed of Chichester. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 10.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Letters for Robert de Sottewell, going beyond seas with Henry de Lacy earl of Lincoln, nominating Jordan de Sottewell his attorney until Easter.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Master Robert de Pykering, canon of St. Peter's, York, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K.

The like for the following going with him :—

Robert Award of Semer en Pykeringlygh.

Nicholas de Chileham, clerk.

Master John de Neuwerk, parson of the church of Oswaldkirk.

Master John de Kernetby.

Letters for Master William de Pykering, archdeacon of Nottingham, staying beyond seas with Master William de Grenefeld, archbishop elect of York, nominating William de Bergh, parson of the church of Thornton, and Alexander de Bergh his attorneys until Christmas.

The like for Roger de Manserve, staying in the company of the said archbishop elect, nominating the same persons.

Protection with clause volumus, for the above archdeacon.

Letters for John de Benstede, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Roger de Presland and John de Ayremynne his attorneys until Easter.

Protection with clause volumus, until Christmas, for the above Roger de Manserve.

Letters for Master Robert de Pykeringg, canon of St. Peter's, York, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Alexander de Bergh and William Cruel his attorneys until Easter.

The like for Thomas, prior of the monks of St. Mary, Theford, nominating John le Monek of Gerboldesham and Roger de Brokedisshe his attorneys until Easter. By K.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for William, bishop of Worcester, going beyond seas on the king's service.

The like for the following going with him :—

William de Stokeye. By testimony of the bishop.
Elias de Farewath.
Adam de Hervynton, clerk.
Master Benedict de Feryby, clerk.
Master Richard de Wylgheby, parson, of a moiety of the church of Kirkeby.

Letters for the said bishop, nominating Richard de Bykerton and Gilbert de Coringham his attorneys for the same time.

Protection with clause volumus, for Master Stephen Bygod, parson of the church of Keleshale, going beyond seas with Master Philip Martel.

Simple protection, for one year, for Richard de Goldesburgh, going beyond seas with Robert de Waynflet, abbot of Bardeneye.

Protection, with clause volumus, until [Easter] for Master Philip Martel, going beyond seas on the king's service.

Oct. 16. Westminster.

Pardon to Gilbert de la Haye of 100l. of the relief of 241l. 10s. 2d. due from him for the lands in Scotland which he holds in chief, and licence for him to pay the residue, by the hands of the chamberlain of Scotland, at the rate of 20 marks a year as long he behaves well towards the king.

Mandate in pursuance . . . . [Unfinished.]

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Letters for William de la More, master of the Knights Templars, as well in Ireland and Scotland as in England, nominating brothers William de Grafton and Richard de Herdewyk his attorneys. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Oct. 10. Sheen.

Pardon to Walter Swan of Bassingburne, in Cambridge gaol for the death of Nicholas son of Nigel de Bassingburne, as it appears by the record of John Buteturte and his fellows, justices appointed to make inquisitions of felonies in the county of Cambridge, that he killed him in self-defence.

Oct. 16. Westminster.

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 St. Radegund's by Dover, by William de Swynefeld of 27 acres of land and 11s. 6d. of rent in Polton and Hildeneton, by Denys son of Thomas de Coperlond of an acre of land in Pysing, by Denys son of John de Coperlond of an acre of land there, and by Thomas son of William de Pysing of 3 acres, 1 rood, of land there.

Oct. 16. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Nottingham, and in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery, for John de Crumbwell to enclose a road in Carleton on Trent, lying between two of his messuages, and another road in Peverelthorp adjoining his messuage there, for the enlargement of his said messuages, on condition that he make two equally broad roads there on his own soil.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

Letters for Master Henry de Garland, going beyond seas to study, nominating Nicholas de Garland and Peter de Wylegh his attorneys until two years after Easter.

Simple protection for him.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Walter de Langeton, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, master of the hospital of St. Leonard, York, going beyond seas on the king's service.

Letters for him nominating Adam de Middelton and Richard Oysel his attorneys.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Easter, for the following, going beyond seas on the king's service :—

John le Patkere of Sandwich. By K.

John Everard of Faversham.

William le Barber. By K.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the chancery by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. Evroul, by Walter Sparewe of 18 acres of land and 2 roods of meadow in Great Petlyng, by John de Shelton of 10 acres of laud, and by John de Hyntes of 4 acres, 1 rood, of land there.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

Acknowledgement of the receipt at the Exchequer on 30 June, 22 Edward I. from the abbot and convent of Oseneye of 2,247l. 8s. 9d. which they had deposited with them of the tenth in aid of the Holy Land, delivered to the treasurer and chamberlains of the Exchequer by the hands of Robert de Cornewell, one of the canons, and promise to keep them and their church harmless thereof with respect to the pope and the church of Rome. By pet. of C.

The like of the receipt on 2 September, 22 Edward I. from them of 749l. 8s. 11½d. of like money. By pet. of C.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Simon de Lurdingdenn and Geoffrey de Alkumbery, canons of Merton, bringing news of the cession of E. their prior, have letters of licence to elect.

MEMBRANE 9.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by William la Zusche before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, for him to assign, in fee simple, to William Martyn, 20s.of rent from the manor of Totteneys, which is held in chief, and licence for him to charge the said manor with a barge in the mill-pond, for carrying everything that William Martyn and his heirs and their men of the manor of Dertyngton, and all others who have the right and custom, require to be carried, for the length of the said pond, as long as there is sufficient water : and also to charge the manor with the maintenance and repair of two causeys and two bridges adjoining in two roads leading from the north gate of Totteneys to Dertington.

Oct. 18. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, by Richard Almond, clerk, of two messuages and two bovates of land in Shupton; and by William son of William Sturmy of a toft and a bovate of land in Clevyng in exchange for a toft and a bovate of land in Estthorp.

Oct. 17. Westminster.

The like, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Somerset, and in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Bath by W. bishop of Bath and Wells, with the assent of his chapters, of a void plot in the city of Bath which is held of the king; and by Gundreda de Weston and Roesia de Weston of 2½ acres of land in Weston by Bath.

Oct. 17. Westminster.

Simple protection, for one year, for the prior of Wirkesope.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Power to W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, Hugh le Despenser, Otto de Grandissono, knights, and John de Benstede, clerk, to treat with the noble men John de Barro and Erard his brother, knights, touching the assignment to them in consideration of their past and as the king hopes, future service, of lands or rents in the land of Scotland or elsewhere, and touching the coming to England of Joan, daughter of H. sometime count of Bar, the king's niece.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Quit claim, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to the prior of Stoke by Clare, of the advowson of the church of Berton by Mildenhale, co. Suffolk.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Pardon, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to Stephen de Abyndon for acquiring in fee from John le Bevere a messuage, 120 acres of land and 24s. 10d. of rent, in Orsete, held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and restitution of these to him. Licence also for him to enfeoff John de Massyngham, Idonia his wife, and the heirs of Idonia of the same.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Bath, by Peter son of Robert of a messuage and 10 acres of land in Coumpton Daundo; and by Roger le Forester of 10 acres of land in Walecote.

Letters for Alexander de Balliolo, going to Scotland to stay there, nominating Andrew Burre his attorney for one year. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

The like for J. bishop of Norwich, going beyond seas, nominating Walter de Norwici (sic), clerk, and Richard de Sutton his attorneys until a year after Christmas.

Simple protection for the bishop.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Letters for John de Aqua Blanca, dean of St. Ethelbert's, Hereford, going beyond seas, nominating John de la Barewe his attorney until a year after All Saints.

Simple protection for him.

Oct. 23. Westminster.

Grant to Philip and Lambert Velluti and Lorterius de Blanco and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Velluti, and Coppus Cotenny and James Janiani and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi, to whom the king is bound in a sum of money, which John, duke of Brabant, with the king's assent, assigned to them, for debts in which the king was bound to him, and to the merchants of the societies of the Circuli Nigri and Albi, the Spini, Bardi, Mozi, Pulci, Bonseignori of Senes, and others of the parts beyond the mountains, to whom the king is bound in divers debts for money lent at divers times; some of which merchants have received part payment of their debts, that they shall all receive the issues of the custom of wool, wool-fells and hides in all ports and places of England and Ireland from Easter 1307, by the hands of the king's merchants Aymericus de Friscobaldis and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi, to whom the said custom was granted until, by account made at the Exchequer, they have received all that is due to them.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and otherwise below.

Oct. 25. Westminster.

Grant to John de Duvedale of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of Nicholas Cambel, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir. By K. and pet. of C.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Mandate to Master William de Skeldergate and Roger Basy the younger, on complaint by the citizens of York that the Friars Minors there have raised a wall on one side of the water of Use to the damage of the citizens in Skeldergate dwelling on the other side of the water and of merchants touching there with ships, to raise a wall by the side of the water for the safety of the said street and of the citizens dwelling there out of the issues of the murage of the city, to be delivered to them by the mayor and bailiffs. By pet. of C.

Oct. 26. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for William de Scotes, merchant of Ypres, making purveyances of cloth for the great wardrobe.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Signification to R. bishop of Ely, of the royal assent to the election of William de Clopton, one of the monks, to be abbot of Thorneye.

MEMBRANE 8.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Notification to C. the pope of the appointment of Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, William, bishop of Worcester, Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, the king's kinsman, Hugh le Despenser, Amaneuus de Lebreto, Otto de Grandissono, knights, Masters John de Benstede, chancellor of the Exchequer, canon of Salisbury, Robert de Pykering, canon of York, Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, and Philip Martel, canon of Chichester, to treat with the pope touching a crusade to the Holy Land, peace with the king of France and other things touching the salvation of the king's soul. [Fœdera.]

Nov. 1. Westminster.

Simple protection, until Easter, for Anthony, bishop of Durham, staying beyond seas.

Oct. 16. Westminster.

Letters for Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Master Thomas de Abberbury and John de Hotot his attorneys for one year. By K.

Protection with clause volumus, for him. By K.

The like for the following going with him :—

William Saveray. By testimony of the bishop
John de Brianzon.
Master Peter de Askarne.
Master Geoffrey de Blaston.
Master Thomas de Suthwerk.
John de Langeton, clerk. By testimony of J. de Drokenesford.
John de Jaggele, clerk.

Letters for Master Thomas de Suthwerk, nominating Thomas Fraunkelyn and William de Chartham his attorneys.

The like for Giles de Trumpeton, going beyond seas with Henry de Lacy earl of Lincoln, nominating Robert de Grauncestre and John Dernard, until Easter. By testimony of the earl.

Protection for the following going with the earl:—

Peter le Fauconer. By testimony of the earl.
John de Alta Ripa.
Walter de Shopdon.
John de Methelay.
Robert de Byncestre.
Master Richard le Mareschal.
Robert de Holdene.
John de Burdeus.
Edmund Warde.
William de Holm.
Laurence de Clifford.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Letters for Matthias de Monte Martini, going beyond seas on an embassage of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, nominating John Abel and John Fillol his attorneys until Easter. By K. on the information of the queen.

Protection with clause volumus, for him.

The like for Peter de Cusaunce going with him.

The like for Roger de Heydon, parson of the church of Northcerneye, going beyond seas with Master Philip Martel. By testimony of the said Philip.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Grant to Ralph de Monte Hermerii, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, of the custody, during the minority of Gilbert the son and heir, of the following lands late of Gilbert de Clare, heretofore earl of Gloucester and Hertford, tenant in chief, to wit, the manors of Naveseby and Sulbury, Preston in Craven and Hameleton of Spenhemelond, lands in the towns of Corhampton, Welles and Warham in Treugruk in Wales, which it appears were not included in the surrender which the earl made to the king of all his castles, etc., in England and Wales, nor in the grant which the king made to the earl and Joan his wife, the king's daughter; the manors of Thaxstede, Bureford and Esynton and Hameleton of Tenet, which fell to the earl after the said surrender and grant by hereditary right. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent.

The like to Richard Oysel, escheator beyond Trent.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Robert son of Laurence de Bothum, going beyond seas on the king's service with Master Robert de Pykering. By testimony of the latter.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

The like for Robert de Maundevill, going beyond seas with Hugh le Despenser.

The like, for one year, for the following, going beyond seas with W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield : —

Edmund de Sumervill, clerk. By testimony of the bishop.
Jolland de Dene.
John de Pateshull.

Letters for Edmund de Sumervill, nominating Thomas Boyden and Henry de Hamburi his attorneys.

The like for the prior of Sempingham, going to the court of Rome, nominating Gilbert de Ormesby, one of his canons, and William de Orbligge his attorneys until Easter.

Simple protection for the said prior.

Oct. 19. Westminster.

Letters for Master Bartholomew de Sancto Laurencio, archdeacon of Exeter, parson of the church of Exmynistre, going beyond seas, nominating Henry Bukerel and John de Peuese for one year.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Licence, at the request of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, for the alienation in mortmain by him to the prior and convent of Alvyngham of 24 perches of moor and marsh in Inkelesmore, extending in length from one end of the moor to the other which they once held, but which the earl long since took into his hands for certain causes.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, at the instance of Mary, nun of Ambresbury, the king's daughter, of William Baligaveran to the office of the custody of the market in Ireland, lately committed to Master John de Dovor, king's clerk, but surrendered by the latter into the king's hands by reason of the smallness of its value, on condition that he perform the office and receive as much as former keepers.

Oct. 16. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum, made by Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, and in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, by Richard de Walsingham for Geoffrey de Lisinaco to let to farm to the said Richard and his heirs, 200 acres of land and 400 acres of heath and pasture in Wyghton, co. Norfolk, which are held in chief, at a rent of 10l. a year, to Geoffrey and his heirs.

MEMBRANE 7.

Oct. 26. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain to the abbot and convent of St. Mary's, York, by Master John de Snaynton of three tofts and 28 acres of lands in Shupton by Skelton; by John de Hellebeck and Agnes his wife of five tofts and four bovates of land in Myton; and by Nicholas le Juvene of Myton of 4½ acres of land and 4½ acres of meadow there. By K. in part satisfaction of 200l. yearly of land which he gave them licence to appropriate.

Oct. 29. Westminster.

Grant to William le Latimer of pontage for three years in aid of the bridge of his town of Jarum. By K. and pet. of C.

Oct. 27. Westminster.

Letters for Peter de Sabaudia, dean of St. Martin's le Grand, London, gone to the court of Rome, nominating Master Gerard de Sesiriaco and Walter de Dullyngham his attorneys for two years.

Simple protection for him.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Grant, at will, to William de Rythre of the liberty of hunting with his own dogs in the forest of Knaresburgh, the fox, hare, badger and cat, except during the fence month. By K.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Pardon, at the instance of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, to John de Troubrigg and William atte Worth, for assenting to the escape of Alice Droys from Oxford castle, where she was in custody for felony, whereof they were convicted by inquisition made before the king.

Oct. 26. Westminster.

Grant to Ranulph de Charrun, king's serjeant, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands late of William de Drilawe, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir. By K. and pet. of C.

Oct. 9. Westminster.

Pardon to John de Kyngeston, in consideration of his service in Scotland, for homicides, etc. perpetrated by him in those parts. By K.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before William de Hamelton, the chancellor, and John de Drokenesford, supplying the place of the treasurer, by Reginald de Tudeworth of Salisbury, for the alienation in mortmain by him of 5 marks of rent in Salisbury to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the church of St. Edmund the Confessor, Salisbury, for the souls of Reginald, of Joan late his wife, and all the faithful dead.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Letters for James, abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol, going beyond seas with W. bishop of Worcester, nominating Edmund de Knulle, his fellowcanon, and John de Brumfeld his attorneys until Easter.

Protection with clause volumus, for him.

Oct. 26. Westminster.

Licence for Alice, late the wife of John de Longevilers, tenant in chief, in consideration of a fine made by her in the Chancery, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the master, for the alienation in mortmain by Thomas de Aston of Bannebury to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John, Bannebury, of two messuages there.

Oct. 30. Westminster.

Pardon to Gilbert de Harpecote, in Warwick gaol for the death of William Stub, as it appears by the record of William Inge and Roger de Suthcote, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in selfdefence.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Pardon to Master Richard de Boudon, in consideration of a fine made before the barons of the Exchequer, for acquiring in fee simple 52s. of rent and a rent of 2lbs. of cummin in Wapenham from Henry de Pynkenye, tenant in chief, which were taken into the king's hands for that reason, and licence for him to have them again. By fine of 100s. made at the Exchequer and enrolled there.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Letters for William de Grandisono, going beyond seas, nominating Roger de Walynton and John de Coston his attorneys until a year after All Saints.

Simple protection, for one year, for the abbot of Begeham, going to the court of Rome on the affairs of his house. By K. on the information of Edmund de Malo Lacu.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Letters for Richard, prior of Durham, going beyond seas, nominating Hugh de Monte Alto, his fellow-monk, and William de Scaccario his attorneys until Easter. By K.

The like for him in Scotland, nominating Thomas de Baumburgh, his fellow-monk, and Walter de Thorneton.

Simple protection for him.

The like for him in Scotland.

MEMBRANE 6.

Nov. 2. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the prior in the chancery, for the alienation in mortmain by Joan Engayne to the prior and convent of Fynnesheved of six tofts, five virgates of land, 6 acres of meadow and 6 acres of wood in Kirkeby, Deen, Gretton, Bulewyk and Laxton.

Oct. 25. Westminster.

Pardon to the abbot and convent of Begcham, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot in the chancery, for acquiring in mortmain by feoffment of the following persons the following lands:—

Jordan Eylgar, 6 acres of land and 2½ acres of wood in Blechendon. Richard de la Boure, 2½ acres, 1 rood, of land and a moiety of 1 acre, 1 rood, of wood in Asshet.

Roger de la Badene, 9 acres of land in Blechendon.

William de la Bourne, 10½ acres, 1 rood, of land in Lamberhurst.

William le Reve, a messuage and 9 acres of laud there.

William le Fraunceys and Isabella his wife, 1½ acres of land, ½ acre of wood there.

William de Poyle and Margery his wife, 3 acres of land and 1 rood of wood in Brenchesleye.

Henry de Blechenden, 2 acres of land and ½ acre of wood in Blechenden.

Adam de Mirifeld, Lambert atte Crouche, Eylgar Bigge and Edith his wife, Peter de Rouleye and Juliana his wife, 8 acres of land and 2 acres of wood in Brenchesleye.

William de Swethyngden, 21d. of rent in Cranebrok.

Nov. 2. Westminster.

Pardon to Adam le Walshe, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery, for acquiring, in fee simple, from Nicholas son of Ralph, a messuage and a virgate of land in Hulle, held in chief, and entering into the same without licence, for which reason they were taken into the king's hands, with licence for him to have them again.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Appointment of John de Britannia the younger, the king's nephew, as the king's lieutenant in Scotland and keeper of that land, during pleasure, receiving 3,000 marks a year from the issues of that land by the hands of the chamberlain there.

Writ de intendendo for him, directed to all persons.

Mandate in pursuance to John de Sandale, king's clerk, chamberlain of Scotland;

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Simple protection, for two years, for the latter, going to Scotland on the king's service.

The like for the following, going with him:—

Thomas de la Grene.

Robert de Crepping.

William de la Haye.

John de Shaddeworthe.

Alan de Stures.

John de Wadeworthe, cook.

John de Wyleghby.

Oct. 4. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Martin Senche, yeoman of Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son, going beyond seas on an embassage of the prince.

Letters for John de Sandale, going to Scotland on the king's service, nominating Robert de Marny and John de Donecastre his attorneys for two years. By K.

Simple protection, for two years, for Robert de Wyleghby, clerk, going with him. By testimony of the said John.

Letters for Walter, prior of Lanthony Prima in Wales, staying in England, nominating William Pati and Adam son of Ralph his attorneys in Ireland, for two years.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, until Easter, for William Deyncurt and Master Oliver Deyncurt his brother, going to the court of Rome. By K. on the information of J. de Sudlee.

Nov. 1. Westminster.

Notification to Otto de Grandisono, keeper of the islands of Gereseye and Gerneseye, or the person supplying his place, of the king's grant to the burgesses of Peter Port, in the island of Gerneseye, of a quayage for five years of 12 pence of petits Tournois on every ship of the power of the king of France entering that port, and on every small vessel 6 pence of the same, to be applied, according to the ordinance of the said Otto, to the rebuilding of the town and the repair of the quay, Richard Rose and the rest of the burgesses having shewn that the town was burned by men of the power of the said king, lately the king's enemies and rebels, and that the quay made by the sea coast there for the safety of the town, was broken down by them to the damage of the town, the burgesses and merchants putting in there with their ships. By pet. of C.

Nov. 4. Westminster.

Pardon to Master John de Sancto Amando, for a fine of 40l. made by him before the Council, for giving his assent to the evasion of Alice Droys from Oxford Castle, where she was in custody for felony, and for his detaining the castle against the king's will, and refusing entrance to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, whom the king had sent there, of which trespasses he was convicted before the king.

Nov. 1. Westminster.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of Burton Abbey to John de Burton, the prior, elected to be abbot and confirmed by Master Thomas de Eadburbury, vicar general of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, during his absence beyond seas.

The like to Richard Oysel, escheator beyond Trent.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Nov. 4. Westminster.

Pardon to Nicholas le Keu of Long Ichinton of his outlawry for nonappearance before John de Metingham and his fellows, late justices of the Bench, to answer touching a plea of trespass of John son of William Sampson, in consideration of his service in Gascony, and of his having found before the king in the Chancery John de Cavenedish, Adam de Lelesay, Guy le Bretoun, Ralph de Hertf[ord], Henry de Hockele and John de Sancto Edmundo of the county of Suffolk as his mainpernors to have him before the justices of the Bench a fortnight after Hilary to answer the said John if he wishes to proceed against him.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus, until Holy Trinity, for Eudric de Wyppayns, parson of the church of Wyrkyngton, staying beyond seas. By K. on the information of Gerard de Orum.

Oct. 25. Westminster.

Simple protection, until the Purification, for William Deyncurt and Master Oliver Deyncurt, going beyond seas. By K.

MEMBRANE 5.

Oct. 16. Westminster.

Remission to John de Grey of the king's rancour, on condition that he stand his trial if the king or any other person wish to proceed against him.

The like to Reginald de Grey.

Oct. 3. Sheen.

Pardon, at the request of Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, to Manekin le Heaumer of London and Peter his brother for all felonies which they are said to have committed, and all trespasses against the peace whereof they are indicted before the king. By K. on the information of the earl.

Nov. 5. Westminster.

The like to William son of Robert Cokerel of his outlawry for nonappearance before the king to answer touching a plea of Robert de Uffort of breaking the latter's park of Perham, co. Suffolk, hunting therein and carrying away deer, the said Robert having pardoned the trespass, as appears by letters patent of the latter to the said William. By pet. of C.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by William de Carleton, king's clerk, for the alienation in mortmain by him to the prior and convent of Bresete of a messuage, 60 acres of land and 3s. 6d. of rent in Great Bresete in exchange for 60 acres of land in Bachesham [rectius Wachesham].

Nov. 8. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by John de Hamme before William de Hamelton, the chancellor, and John de Drokenesford, who is supplying the place of the treasurer, for Thomasina daughter of Roland de Oxstede to assign, in fee simple, to him and Alina his wife a fourth part of the manor of Oxstede, co. Surrey, which she holds in chief.

Oct. 26. Westminster.

Pardon to William de Badewe, for a fine made in the Chancery, for acquiring, in fee simple, from John de Springefeld a messuage and 30 acres of land in Great Badewe, and the like from John de Munteny, which are held in chief, and entering therein without licence; and licence for him to retain the same.

Nov. 4. Westminster.

The like to Nicholas son of Thurstan of his outlawry for non-appearance on a plea of trespass of Richard de Glemesford before John de Metingham and his fellows, late justices of the Bench, in consideration of his service in Gascony, and of his having found before the king in the Chancery John de Cavenedish, Adam de Lelesey, Guy le Bretoun, Ralph de Hertford, Henry de Hockele and John de Sancto Edmundo of the county of Suffolk as his mainpernors for his appearance before the justices of the Bench a fortnight after Hilary, to answer the said Richard if he wishes to proceed against him.

Nov. 2. Westminster.

Mandate to the chancellor, the treasurer, or the person supplying his place, and the barons of the Exchequer to view the letters patent of 16 February, 20 Edward I. to the converts of London, granting them 202l. 4d. a year at the Exchequer for the maintenance of a keeper, two chaplains, a clerk of the church, houses and other goods for the lives of the converts, with a proviso that after the death of a convert his portion be deducted from the said yearly sum, and to take order for the payment of what is due to them, the state of the converts and their house; as it appears by their petition before the king and council that they have received nothing for eight years. By K. and pet of C.

Nov. 4. Westminster.

Simple protection, until Easter, for the prior of Coventry, going to the court of Rome.

The like, for three years, for Neapolio, cardinal deacon of St. Adrian's, prebendary of the prebend of Suthcave, in the church of St. Peter, York, and of the prebend of Sutton, in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln. By K.

Nov. 5. Westminster.

Grant to Robert de Veer, earl of Oxford, that he be not defrauded of the manor of Roynges Aylthorp, co. Essex, by reason of a grant which the king and Eleanor, queen of England, sometime his consort, made thereof upon its quit claim to them by Robert de Roynges, to Guy Ferre the younger and Margery his wife, daughter of Roger son of Peter son of Osbert, in consideration of Guy's service to the king and queen, in fee tail, with remainder to the heirs or assigns of Guy; as it appears that the said Robert, before the said surrender, held it by knight service of Robert de Veer, sometime earl of Oxford, whose son and heir the present earl is; but that it be held of the present earl and his heirs as it used to be held of his father.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

Licence for Isabella, late the wife of John Trenchard, tenant in chief, to marry whomsoever she will of the king's allegiance.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Prohibition to the earls, barons, knights and others gathering at Salisbury for tourneying, out of regard for the tranquillity and quiet of the canons of the cathedral church of St. Mary, dwelling within the close, from taking or causing to be taken any lodging within the close, victuals, or other necessary belonging to any of the said canons against their will or that of their bailiffs, during their absence, either this time or any other time. By K.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Letters for Laurence, abbot of Begeham, going beyond seas, nominating Benedict de Grynstede, his fellow-canon, and Durand de Widmerpole his attorneys for one year. By K. on the information of E. de Malo Lacu.

MEMBRANE 4.

Oct. 26. Westminster.

Appointment of the bishop of St. Andrews, J. de Sandale, chamberlain of Scotland, Robert de Keth and John de Kyngeston, to the custody of the land of Scotland until the arrival of John de Britannia the younger, the king's nephew, whom the king has appointed, during pleasure, his lieutenant there and keeper of the said land, but who cannot attend to the said custody until the first Sunday in Lent.

Writ de intendendo for them, directed to the whole commonalty of Scotland.

The like directed to sheriffs, bailiffs, ministers, good men and all clerks of the commonalties of the counties of Northumberland, Westmoreland and Cumberland. [Fœdera.]

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Mandate to Bertinus de Friscobaldis and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, to pay out of the custom in their hands to John Bellard, Colluchius Bellard and John Van and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Bellardi of Luca, dwelling in London, 480l. 5s. 7d. lately lent by them as part of 2,000 marks which the king ordered them to pay to Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, Ponthieu and Montreuil, the king's son, when the king believed him to be crossing to France on the affairs of the king and himself, for palfreys and other small expenses, and which they delivered to Walter Renaud, keeper of the prince's wardrobe, as appears by letters patent which the king has inspected and which remain in the Chancery.

Oct. 25. Westminster.

Pardon to Miles de Stapelton, constable of Knaresburgh castle, of what belongs to the king for the evasion of Adam le Tynkeler, Thomas de Redeshaghe, Robert Aunger and William Gafaire of Lethele, from the gaol of that castle, while it was in his custody. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

Oct. 28. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before the king's clerks, William de Hamelton, the chancellor, and John de Drokenesford, supplying the place of the treasurer, for the alienation in mortmain by William son of Isolda to the abbot and convent of Colecestre of 18 acres of land in Leyrdalehaie and by John de Sauare of 14 acres of land there.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Award concerning those persons who were against the king in Scotland. The king receives all persons to his peace, but exacts a ransom from John Comyn and others as specified. French. [Fœdera.]

Nov. 2. Westminster.

Simple protection, for one year, for Robert de Wylington, parson of the church of Neuton in the Isle of Wight, going beyond seas. By K.

Nov. 4. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the council by Richard de Wyndesore, for him to enfeoff John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of his manors of Westhakeburn and Stanewell and of the advowson of the church of Stanewell, all of which he holds in chief, and for the latter to regrant the same, for life, to the said Richard and Joan his wife, with remainder to Richard son of the said Richard, at present a minor; saving to the king the custody thereof if the said Richard and Joan die before the said minor has attained his majority.

Nov. 5. Westminster.

Protection for Terricus le Vyleyn, king's merchant, his men and goods, that they be not molested by land or sea by reason of the trespasses committed against men of the realm by men of Flanders. By pet. of C.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

Letters for John de Waltham, staying in England, nominating Peter de la Posterne his attorney in Scotland for one year.

Nov. 3. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus, until Easter, for Robert le Barber of London, going to the court of Rome with Hugh le Despenser on the king's service.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

The like, until Whitsunday, for John, prior of Pritelwell, going beyond seas on the affairs of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort. By K.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Mandate to the sheriff of Cambridge, out of regard for tranquillity, to prohibit tournaments within five miles of Cambridge when so required by the masters and scholars of the university. [Fœdera.]

Presentation of John de Leek to the church of St. Peter, Northampton, with the chapels belonging thereto, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Ralph de Haggele.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Grant to Thomas Brun, king's serjeant, out of the custodies in the king's hands or out of those which shall next fall in, of one that can be sold for 100l. Vacated because surrendered and cancelled. By K.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Letters for Henry, prior of Coventre, going beyond seas, nominating John Mauclerk, of Leyc[estre] and Alexander de Moubray his attorneys until Easter.

The like for Thomas Cantok, chancellor of Ireland, going to Ireland, nominating Richard Cantok and John de Lyouns for one year.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

The like for James de Dalilegh, going to Scotland to stay there on the king's service, nominating Roger de Bromshulf and Thomas de Bromshulf for one year.

MEMBRANE 3.

Oct. 23. Westminster.

Grant to the king's merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, to whom the king assigned for the payment of his debts to them the custom on wool, hides, and wool-fells in England and Ireland until Easter, 1307, when he believes they will be fully satisfied, to the merchants of the society of the Veluti, to whom, together with the said Friscobaldi, John, duke of Brabant, with the king's assent, assigned a sum of money which the king owed him, and to the merchants of the societies of the Circuli Nigri and Albi, Spini, Bardi, Mozi, Pullices, Rembertini, Amanati of Pistoja and Bonseignori of Siena, and others of the parts beyond the mountains, to whom the king is bound for divers loans, some of whom have received part of what is due to them, that they shall receive all the issues of the said custom from the said Easter until, by the hands of the Friscobaldi, full satisfaction has been made of what shall be found to be due to them by computation made by them or their attorneys at the Exchequer, and the custom is to remain until then in the hands of the Friscobaldi. By K. & C.

Oct. 23. Westminster.

Mandate in pursuance to the said merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi. By K. & C.

Nov. 3. Westminster.

Grant to bailiffs and good men of the town of Blythe of pavage for six years. By pet. of C.

Vacated because surrendered with the assent of the men and prior of Blythe and cancelled, and nevertheless an inquisition was made as to their desires by the sheriff of Nottingham.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

Grant, for life, to Bogo de Knovill the elder, of 100 quarters of wheat and 6 tuns of wine, by the hands of the constable of Bristol castle. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Letters for Gerard de Orum, going beyond seas, nominating Master Elyseus de Luk' his attorney in Ireland until a year after Easter.

The like for the same nominating John de Chilton.

Nov. 13. Staines.

The like for the prior of Lanthony by Gloucester, nominating John atte Hall of Prestbury and Robert de Norton for two years.

The like for Geoffrey le Brun, staying in Ireland, nominating John de Stodeye and John de Vyrly in England for one year.

Nov. 16. Maidenhead.

Grant to Robert de Shirlaund of the custody of the lands late of Thomas de Marines, tenant in chief, which are extended at 16l. 14s. 11½d. and a third part of a halfpenny, during the minority of Roger his son and heir, with the marriage of the heir.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloueestre, escheator this side Trent, to deliver to him the said custody and the body of the heir to be married.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Pardon to the prior and convent of St. Oswald's, Gloucester, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prior, for acquiring in mortmain from William le Hopere a toft and a void plot of land containing 60 feet in length and 40 feet in breadth, in the suburb of Gloucester, from the prior and Carmelite friars a void plot of land there containing 80 feet in length and 60 in breadth, from Hugh son of Reginald de Brighthampton 4s. 1d. of rent in Hetherleye, Parton and Brighthampton, from Peter Flory 11s. 8d. of rent in Wotton, and from Robert Sely 3s. 8d. of rent in Gloucester, and entering upon these without licence, with licence for them to retain the same.

July 9. Canterbury.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made in the Chancery by the prioress, for the alienation in mortmain by the abbot and convent of Westminster to the prioress and nuns of Hynewod of 15 acres of their waste in Longedon by Solyhull.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Grant to Thomas Brun, king's serjeant, of a gift of 100l. by the hands of Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, out of the first custodies and marriages that fall in after Margaret, the queen consort, has received her gift of 1,000l. from the same. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to the said escheator.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

Pardon to John atte Wode, in Canterbury gaol for the death of Walter Webbe, as it appears by the record of William de Bereford and his fellows, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Oct. 14. Westminster.

Letters for Master Gilbert de Segrave, archdeacon of Oxford, going beyond seas with W. bishop of Worcester, nominating Richard de Marnham and Roger Bourt his attorneys until Easter.

MEMBRANE 2.

Nov. 8. Westminster.

Appointment of Robert de Burghersh, keeper of the Cinque Ports, to enquire touching all the circumstances of the following case and to certify the king thereof in the next parliament. The king lately prohibited Robert, archbishop of Canterbury, then visiting the diocese of Chichester, from exercising any jurisdiction in the free chapel of Hastings or any of its prebends, but the archbishop, nevertheless, went to the town of Hastings, with the intention of visiting the chapel and its prebends, and because John de Wycheo, then keeper of the castle, would not permit him to enter the castle to hold a visitation, the archbishop excommunicated him as well as some canons of the chapel who refused to obey him in this behalf. As the archbishop could not then hold the intended visitation, he wrote to some of his commissaries to come to the place, and perform the office of visitation in the chapel. They came, and, as the castle was then without a keeper, obtained entrance and presumed to exercise the office of visitation in the said free chapel, which is situated within the castle and, like the rest of the king's chapels, is exempt from all ordinary jurisdiction of archbishops, bishops and other inferior prelates, by appointing one William de Lewes as dean of the chapel to hold the place of president, and by framing divers statutes and ordinances there by authority of the archbishop, to the prejudice of the crown, and if the said William has been admitted, he is to remove him and appoint another person, in the king's name, to take the place of dean.

Writ de intendendo directed to the canons of the chapel.

Nov. 6. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants of Thorneye Abbey, for William de Clopton, one of the monks, elected to be abbot, to whom the temporalities have been restored.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Acknowledgment of the king's indebtedness to Matthew Clarissimi, Gerard Hugonis and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, in 550 marks sterling, residue of 1000 marks which they delivered on his mandate to the late Walter de Wynterburn, cardinal priest, for his expenses to the court of Rome for the maintenance of his dignity as a cardinal, 450 marks whereof they have already received from Master William de Hothum, canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and Guy de Wykio, parson of the church of Hese, collectors of the tenth imposed on the clergy of Ireland for three years, by Pope Boniface VIII.; and they have delivered into the chancery the letters obligatory which they had for the said 1000 marks.

Nov. 8. Westminster.

Assignment to William de Sancto Paulo, Arnold de Sancto Martino, John de Beryes, Raymond de Artigalung, John de Seignaus, Peter de Francia yeoman of John de Seintcrik and Vincent de Lageneys, citizens and merchants of Bayonne,—to whom the king, in part payment of 500l. expenses incurred by them in the prosecution of William de Saut, sometime citizen of Bayonne, deceased, assigned the 100s. fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer by William la Zusche for having writs to have the trespasses committed against him at Brugwalteri, co. Somerset, heard and determined before William de Bereford, Peter Mallore and Gilbert de Knovill,—of the 100s. fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by the abbot of West Derham, co. Norfolk, for licence to enter a lay tenement in Rygelond, as it appears by certificate of the said treasurer and barons, that the sheriff of Somerset is charged at the Exchequer with the first mentioned fine, whereby they cannot have it. By p.s.

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

Grant to Isabella de Clare, to whom the king, on 30 May, 33 Edward I. committed the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the manor and town of Boreford, co. Oxford, and of all the lands in Spenhamelonde, co. Berks, and Marthe by Falefeld, co. Gloucester, which were in the king's hands by reason of the minority of Gilbert son and heir of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and of John son and heir of John Giffard of Brymmesfeld, tenants in chief, at a rent at the Exchequer by the hands of the escheator this side Trent of 74l.; that she be discharged of 24l. due for the said manor and lands in Spenhamelond and Marthe from the 15 October, 33 Edward I. on which date the king transferred the said custody to Ralph de Monte Hermeri, earl of Gloucester and Hertford.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before William de Hamelton, the chancellor, and John de Drokenesford, supplying the place of the treasurer, for William la Zousche to assign in mortmain a messuage, a bakehouse, 40 acres of land, 6 acres of meadow and 4 acres of pasture in Haringworth to two chaplains to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of All Saints Haryngeworthe.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Pardon to Gilbert le Palmer, in consideration of a fine made by him before John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, and the person supplying the place of the treasurer of the Exchequer, Dublin, for acquiring, in fee simple, from Adam son of Philip Beneyt, who held them in chief, a mesuage and a carucate of land in Collan by Tr[istel]dermot, and licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum, made by the justiciary, for him to retain them. Non dupplicentur sine H. de Eton. By pet. of C.

Nov. 7. Westminster.

Association of William de Moenes, canon of St. Patrick's Dublin, and Master John le Mareschal, canon of Kildare, with Master William de Hothum, canon of St. Patrick's, Dublin, and Guy de Wychio, parson of the church of Hese, who were appointed to collect the arrears of the tenth, imposed on the clergy of Ireland, for three years, by Pope Boniface VIII. according to the form of a commission directed to them by R. late bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, principal collectors of the said tenth in England and Ireland, but who have been negligent therein. And the said William and Guy and their deputies are to levy the said arrears and deliver them to the treasurer of the Exchequer, Dublin, or to the person whom, at his peril, the treasurer may depute to receive the same, for custody until the king makes another demand upon the treasurer in this matter. And let them know that the king will take grave measures with them if they are remiss. This form was agreed upon by the king's Council.

Appointment of William le Deveneys, Nigel le Bruyn and Richard le Blund to audit the account of the said William and Guy and of their sub-collectors, who are reported to have collected a great part of the said arrears, but have paid nothing in. If they find any of the collectors or sub-collectors to be in arrears for what they have received, they are to arrest him until such arrears are fully paid. They are to certify John Wogan, the justiciary, and the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, Dublin, of the names of the defaulters given them by any of the said collectors, in order that such persons may be proceeded against. The king has commanded Master Thomas Cantok, king's clerk, chancellor of Ireland, to cause, by writs made under the seal used in Ireland, the said William and Guy, as also the said sub-collectors, to appear before the said auditors, on days and places to be nominated by them, to render their account; and he is to make all writs for the speedy collection of the said arrears, of which the treasurer and barons, the auditors or collectors advise him.

This form was agreed upon by the king's Council.

MEMBRANE 1.

Oct. 27. Westminster.

Mandate to the merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, receivers of the custom [on wool, etc.], to pay, out of the issues thereof, to the merchants of the society of the Velluti, and to Coppus Josep, merchant of their society, and their fellows, 2,790l. 17[s.], found, by certificate of the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to be due to them as arrears of a sum of 418[0l.....], the amount, for six years, of the custom on wool bought by merchants of Brabant, which the king granted to John, duke of Brittany, his son, and which the latter assigned, with the king's assent, to the said merchants.

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Westminster.

Grant to Bernard son of Peter Burdet of the reversion of a grant, for life, to his father of the lands in Gascony, late of [Almannus de Seyneus], which came to the king's hands by the felony of the said Almannus ......bailiff of Bayonne, and which the said Peter was to hold in like manner as Luke de Tany held them for life.

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