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1302, membranes 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10

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

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MEMBRANE 20.

June 28. Tilbury.

Grant to Stephen de Brawode, king's clerk, of the prebend which Master Thomas de Cherlton had in the church of St. Andrew, Wells, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Bath and Wells. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

June 29. Pontefract.

William de Cherleton, succentor, and Master Thomas de Luggoure, canon, of Wells; William de Hampton, sacristan, and William de Hampteshire, cellarer, monks of the church of Bath, bringing news of the death of William bishop of Bath and Wells, have letters of licence to elect, directed to the dean and chapter of Wells and the prior and convent of Bath. By p.s.

July 2. Westminster.

Simple protection, for two years, for Richard de Bereford, treasurer of Ireland, staying there on the king's service.

July 3. Westminster.

Licence for Isolda, late the wife of William le Brun, to demise, for three years, to the prior and convent of Christchurch Twynham, her manor of Forthingebrigg, which is held in chief. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Pardon to William le Taillur of Repedon, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John le Coupere, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Geoffrey Spiring of Farham to the prior and Austin Friars of Winchester of a messuage in the suburb of Winchester for the enlargement of their area.

July 4. Westminster.

Pardon to Adam son of John le Glovere of Maldene for the death of John son of William le Taillur of Maldon, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnell and John le Bretun, justices appointed to deliver Colchester gaol, that he killed him by misadventure.

July 9. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, for three years, for Manfred de Savignono, citizen of Genoa, owner (patronum) and master of two galleys, coming to the realm with merchandise, and his men. By K.

July 6. Westminster.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from R[ichard], bishop of London, and Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, collectors of the tenth imposed by Pope Bonificace with the king's assent on the clergy of England, for three years, of 250l. delivered to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe. By p.s.

July 6. Westminster.

Pardon to William de Colne for breaking the park of the bishopric of Ely of Dodyngton, when that bishopric was in the king's hands by reason of voidance. By K. on the information of Walter de Wynterburne.

The like to John le Fermer of Meltone, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of David Pati of Brantyngham, and for breaking the prison of York, and of his consequent abjuration of the realm. By p.s.

July 10. Westminster.

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

July 8. Westminster.

Pardon, at the instance of Robert Hastang, to Wynan son of Wanan Tyrel, for the death of Robert de Treureu, and for robberies, &c., in the realm, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 11. Westminster.

Presentation of Master Peter de Skelton to the church of St. Stephen, Asshe, in the diocese of Exeter. By p.s.

July 30. Westminster.

Signification to the keeper of the spirituality of the archbishopric of Cashel of the royal assent to the election of Master Robert de Dundofnyld, one of the canons, to be bishop of Limerick.

Power to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, or the person supplying his place, to restore to him the temporalities of the see, after receiving his letters patent sealed with his own seal and that of the chapter that this grace shall not be to the king's prejudice. By K.

July 8. Westminster.

Mandate to the sheriff of Cornwall to pay 20 marks a year to Peter Burdet, king's yeoman, appointed to the custody, for life, of the castle of Lanceveton and of the prison of the castle.

July 10. Westminster.

Letters for Adam de Bydyk and Joan his wife, by reason of their weakness, nominating Peter Wynd and Reginald son of Robert their attorneys until a year after Michaelmas. By K.

July 12, Westminster.

Pardon to Robert de Mere for the death of Richard Truttok, as it appears by the record of William Inge and Roger de Suthcote, justices appointed to deliver Stafford gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

The like to Martin le Mouner for the death of Sampson atte Park, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and Henry de Apeldrefeud, justices appointed to deliver Canterbury gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

July 14. Westminster.

The like to John de Thedingworth for the death of Robert le Louerd, as it appears by the record of William Inge and Roger de Suthcote, justices appointed to deliver Warwick gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

July 10. Westminster

The like to Peter son of Adam Burre of Rammesden Belhus, in Ralegh gaol for the death of Peter Buckskyn, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and William de Hanyngfeld, justices appointed to hear and determine an appeal which Isabella, late the wife of the said Peter, brought against him in the county of Essex, that he killed him in self-defence; on condition that he stand his trial if any one wish to proceed against him.

July 16. Westminster.

Letters for John de Weyland, staying in England, nominating William de Gretingtham his attorney in Ireland for one year.

July 13. Westminster.

The like for John de Tany, staying in England, nominating Richard de Pevense in Ireland for one year.

July 15. Westminster.

Revocation of the presentation of Richard de Slindon to the church of Marsefeld, in the diocese of Chichester, which was believed to be void by the death of William de Amasino, as it has been testified before Amadeus, count of Savoy, the king's kinsman, that the latter is still alive. By K.

July 17. Westminster.

Pardon to Ralph son of John le Sumeter of Thernyngge for the death of Richerus Jekes of Weston, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and Robert de Baiocis, justices appointed to deliver Huntingdon gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

July 10. Westminster

Pardon to Robert Geyre, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John atte Rof of Topecroft. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 19.

July 13. Westminster.

License, in consideration of a fine made before John de Drokenesford, supplying the place of the treasurer, by Henry de Bluntesdon, king's chaplain, for the alienation in mortmain by him to the prior and convent of Bradenestok of a messuage and a virgate of land in West Tokham.

July 17. Westminster.

Acknowledgment of the receipt of 423l. 17s. 6d. from R[ichard], bishop of London, and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of London, collectors of the tenth imposed on the clergy by Pope Boniface, as above. By p.s.

Pardon to Eustace de Fenham, by reason of his service on the coast of Scotland, for the death of William son of Richard Scot, and of his outlawry for the same. By p.s.

July 18. Westminster.

Pardon to Robert Urry, in consideration of a fine of 10 marks made by him before Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for entering without licence into the manor of Ruwardyn, co. Gloucester, of the gift of William de Marchia, bishop of Bath and Wells, which is held in chief.

July 18. Westminster,

Appointment, during pleasure, of Hugh Scarlet to the office of tronage of wool in the town of Boston.

July 15. Westminster.

Letters for Gilbert son of Thomas de Clare, staying in England, nominating Roger Wele his attorney in Ireland for two years.

July 18. Westminster.

Pardon to Robert son of Robert Attechirche of Bliburgh, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Walter son of Elena de Bliburgh. By p.s.

July 19. Westminster.

Acknowledgement of the receipt of 299l. 10s. of the tenth imposed on the clergy by Pope Boniface; as above.

July 17. Westminster.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants of the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, for Robert de Clyfford, appointed to the custody, during pleasure, of that liberty, which has heen taken into the king's hands by judgment of the king's court; and he is to appoint a sheriff and other ministers, and the sheriff is to answer for the issues at the Exchequer.

Appointment during pleasure of William de Ormesby, as the king's justice, to hold pleas touching that liberty and to do justice to all complainants or persons wishing to complain in that liberty.

The like of Henry de Guldeford, king's clerk, to the custody, during pleasure, of the king's seal deputed for the custody of that liberty while it is in the king's hands.

July 19. Westminster.

Writ of aid, directed to knights and others of the county of Cumberland, for Richard le Brun, appointed keeper of the march of Scotland.

The like to knights and others of the county of Westmoreland for Hugh de Multon.

The like to knights and others of the county of Northumberland for Walter de Huntercombe.

The like to knights and others of the liberty of the bishopric of Durham for Robert de Clyfford.

July 18. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Wilts, and in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by Roger de Stok, for Roger la Warre to grant to Roger de Stok and Alice his wife, to hold for their lives, his manor of Rusteshale, which is held in chief. By fine made before the treasurer.

July 18. Westminster.

Simple protection, until Easter, for the prior of Wenlok, going beyond seas.

Letters for him nominating James, prior of Horton, and Walter de Caleweton his attorneys as above.

Pardon to John de Gravenee of Faversham, Thomas his son, and William le Taverner, in Dover gaol for the death of Christian son of Thomas de Brenlee, killed at Faversham.

July 20. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by the abbess of Godestowe, for the alienation in mortmain to that abbess and nuns by John de Pratellis of 2 acres of land in Great Tue, with the advowson of the church of that town, and 2s. of rent which he receives yearly from Stephen de Pratellis, during the life of the latter, for two virgates of land held by him there and the reversion of the two virgates on his death.

July 21. Westminster.

Confirmation of a quit claim, which the king has inspected, made by Roger le Bygod, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, to the church of St. Mary, Langele, of the Premonstratensian order, and the canons there, of 6s. of rent and suit at the earl's hundred of Ersham from three weeks to three weeks, for lands which they hold of the earl's fee in Ryveshale, Brokedys, Redenhale, Poringlond, Blakworthe, Byskele, Kirkeby, Framyngham, Yelverton, Langhale and Sythingg.

July 20. Westminster.

Pardon to Richard Carles of Smithecote, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Roger Derlone of Smythecote. By p.s.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain by Ranulph de Monte Caniso and Albreda his wife, to the prior and convent of Tippetre, of a messuage, 149 acres of land and 4 acres of wood in Great Bracstede.

July 15. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for William Amaneui de Burgo, king's clerk, whom the king is sending with ships laden with corn and other goods to Gascony.

Mandate to the captains of the munitions, the mayors, and good men of the towns of Bourg and Blaye, to put the said corn, when it arrives in suitable houses, by view of two fit men to be selected by each town, and of the said William or his deputy.

July 20. Westminster.

Simple protection, for one year, for Robert, bishop of Ely, going to the court of Rome.

Letters for him nominating Stephen de Swafham and Robert de Grantesete his attorneys.

MEMBRANE 18.

July 18. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by the prior, for the alienation in mortmain to the prior and convent of Motesfunte, by John Fillol of a virgate of land in Cumpton and Elleden, by John de Ferlington of 15 acres of meadow in Tymberbury, and by Robert Whyton of 3 acres of land in Berghton. By fine made before the treasurer.

Pardon to Robert atte Berwe, in consideration of a fine made by him before the said bishop, for entering without licence into 2½ acres of land in Writele, co. Essex, by grant of Robert de Brus, who held it in chief, and licence for him to retain the same in fee.

July 15. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer [Dublin] by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by Richard Talun to the abbot and convent of Tinterne in Ireland, of 3 acres of land in Taghmolyn with the advowson of the church of that town, in exchange for the manor of Ballycrunnegan, co. Carlow.

July 20. Westminster.

Pardon to John de Redleghe for the death of William atte Shoppe of Tillebiry, as it appears by the record of Henry Spigurnel and John le Bretun, justices appointed to deliver Colchester gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Simple protection, until the next feast (sic), for the prior of Bermundeseye, going beyond seas.

Letters for him nominating Cono, his fellow-monk, and Michael de Lyndeby his attorneys as above.

July 22. Westminster.

Pardon to Nicholas son of William Wyrolf of Bydolf, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Peter Streythose of Thursfeld. By p.s.

July 24. Westminster.

The like to William son of Philip de Magna Stretton for the death of Robert son of Ivo Eyryk of Great Stretton. By p.s.

July 28. Westminster.

The like to Henry son of Roger le Chapman of Aylesbury for the death of John Bonquer. By p.s.

July 24. Westminster.

The like to Richard Warde of Elmestede for the death of Robert le Chazour of Byam.

Vacated because otherwise below.

Aug. 2. Westminster.

The like to John de Folde of Derby for the death of Robert Catel of Derby. By p.s.

July 24. Westminster.

The like to Richard Warde of Elmestede for the death of Robert le Chazour of Byam, and for homicides, &c., and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

July 20. Westminster.

Licence, in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by the abbot, for the alienation in mortmain by Master Robert Luterel to the abbot and convent of Vaudey of a messuage and 26s. 8d. of rent in the city of London and the suburb thereof.

The like, in consideration of a like fine, for the alienation in mortmain by John de Ellefeld to the abbot and convent of Abyndon of a messuage, a carucate and a half of land, 3 acres of meadow, 40 acres of pasture, 6s. of rent, and a rent of 6 hens and 2 cocks in Farenbergh, and the homage and service of Robert le Fraunkelyn of Offynton.

July 23. Westminster.

The like, in consideration of a like fine, for the alienation in mortmain by Walter de Chiltenham, parson of the church of Saperton, to the abbot and convent of Cirencestre of a messuage and a carucate of land in Salperton.

July 23. Westminster.

Acknowledgment of the receipt of 1,162l. from the collectors of the tenth on the clergy of England imposed by pope Boniface, as above. By p.s.

The like of 200l. of the said tenth. By p.s.

July 23. Westminster.

Letters for John de Hibernia, clerk, staying in England, nominating John de Wykyngeston, clerk, his attorney in Ireland for one year.

July 20. Westminster.

Grant to Robert de Bello Campo, king's yeoman, of whatever belongs to the king of the marriage of Margaret, late the wife of Joceus de Dynham, tenant in chief, or the fine if she make any, or the forfeiture if she marry without licence. By K.

July 18. Westminster.

Grant to Amadeus, count of Savoy—in order that he may more quickly have the effect of a previous grant to him of 10,000 marks, which he was to receive out of wardships as soon as the wardships should come to the king's hands out of the hands of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, who was then alive—of the custody of the lands late of Richard, earl of Arundel, tenant in chief, which are in the king's hands by reason of the minority of Edmund his son and heir, except the castle and park of Arundel and the park of Estdene with the manor thereof, together with six woods in the free chace, and likewise the seven and a half hundreds, which are extended at 57l. 2s. 7½d., to hold the said custody for three years from the feast of SS. Philip and James last, in payment of 600l. a year. If the heir should die before that term and an heir of full age appear, or any other impediment arise whereby the count shall not have this custody for three years, the king will satisfy him of the deficit. Also grant to the count of all the issues of the bishoprics of Ely, Worcester, and Bath and Wells, which are in the king's hands by reason of their voidance, until with the above custody he is satisfied of the said 10,000 marks. And if with the latter there should happen to be any deficit, the king will satisfy him thereof. By K.

July 25. Westminster.

Licence for Edmund de Mortuo Mari to demise for ten years to Isabella de Clare, in part satisfaction of what is due by him for the marriage of Duncan son and heir of Duncan, earl of Fyfe, 100l. of rent in Bremesgrave and Norton, co. Worcester, held in chief.

July 20. Westminster.

Pardon to Thomas de Pridias, in consideration of a fine made by him before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for acquiring in fee, without licence, a moiety of a rent and other profits of the market town of Treueru, with the advowson of the church of that town, and 40 perches in length by 40 perches in breadth of land in the castle, by feoffment of John de Ripariis, who held them in chief; for which trespass the same were taken into the king's hands; and licence for him to retain the same.

The like to Richard de Sancta Margareta of Bodmin, in consideration of a like fine, for acquiring 57s. 10d, of rent in Trewassa, Treglasta, Trewynnek, Hurdyn, Tregolan, Tresynan, Tresanak, Gonan, Trelay, Tredowen, Trevantros, Roselen, Bree, Tregeu, and la Hydelaunde, by feoffment of John son of John de Ripariis, who held that rent in chief; and licence for him to retain the same.

July 26. Westminster.

Letters for John Heyward, staying in England, nominating William de Eboraco, clerk, and Robert de Hecham his attorneys for one year in Scotland.

The like for John de Erleye, staying in England, nominating Philip de Cumberford and Philip Golde in Ireland for two years.

Simple protection, until Easter, for the abbot of Dunkeswell, going beyond seas. By K.

MEMBRANE 17.

July 16. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to Henry Spigurnel and John de Chetwode, touching the persons who entered the castle and manor of William Touschet of Lonhales, co. Hereford, and carried away his goods.

The like to the same, touching the persons who carried away the said William's goods at Tateshale and Coningesby and beat his men there.

July 13. Westminster.

The like to Adam de Crokedayk and Henry de Sutton, on behalf of the prior of Repingdon, co. Derby, and brother William de Repingdon, lay brother of that house, touching the persons who assaulted the latter at Meysham, and carried him, together with the prior's goods, to places unknown and imprisoned him. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

Oct. 12. Westminster.

Commission to Ralph de Sandwico and Gilbert de Roubiry, on complaint by John Hurel, to go to St. Martin's le Grand, London, and to cause to be recited before them the record and process of a plea which was in the hustings before the mayor and sheriffs between the said John and the prior of the Friars of the penance of Jesus Christ of London, of a messuage in London, and to correct the error, if any, therein.

July 19. Westminster.

The like to W. Inge and Roger Springehose to deliver the gaol of the castle of Shrewsbury of Richard de Leghton, detained there for certain trespasses.

July 22. Westminster.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Batesford and Roger de Suthcote, touching the persons who reopened a way in Stiveton which the prior of Stiveton had stopped for the enlargement of his court, with the king's licence, after inquisition had been made by the sheriff of Berks that it would be to the damage of no one. Changed by the Chancellor.

MEMBRANE 16.

July 22. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Norfolk, and in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, by the prior of St. Stephen's, Hempton, for him to bring back to its old course a watercourse which used to run through the court of the priory.

Grant in fee simple, after inquisition ad quod damnum made before the sheriff of Middlesex, and in consideration of a fine made before the said treasurer by Richard le Spicer, to the said Richard and Lucy his wife of a void plot of land in the parish of St. Clement Danes, without the Bar of the New Temple, London, lying between a plot of Walter le Barber and Joan his wife and a toft of Roger le Mareschal, and containing 40 feet in length and 40 feet in width, to build on and inhabit, at the rent of 18d. to be paid at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Middlesex.

Pardon to Walter le Casur of Blorton for the death of William son of William de Bruynton, as it appears by the record of William Inge and Roger de Suthcote, justices appointed to deliver Stafford gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

July 20. Westminster.

The like to John son of Simon Hert of Thornbury, for the death of John son of Richard de Clonne, on testimony by John de Segrave that he did good service in the last two wars of Scotland, and is going with him to Scotland again on the king's service. By K. on the information of John de Benstede.

July 21. Westminster.

Pardon to John de Boltesham, in consideration of a fine made by him before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for acquiring in fee a virgate and 20 acres of land and 19s. of rent in Wedon Pynkeny, by feoffment of Henry Pynkeny, who held the same in chief, and entering thereon without licence; and licence for him to retain the same.

July 20. Westminster.

Grant to the bailiffs, burgesses, and good men of the town of Derby of pavage for five years. By K.

Vacated because otherwise on the schedule attached.

Membrane 16 (Schedule).

July 20. Westminster.

Amended grant of the same. By K.

June 13. Chartham.

Grant to God and the church of Kyngeston-on-Hull out of a void plot called 'le Hayles,' adjoining the east side of the churchyard, 13 perches 3 feet of land in length by 10 perches 9 feet in width, for the enlargement of the churchyard. By p.s.

July 25. Westminster.

Letters for Amadeus, count of Savoy, going beyond seas on the king's service, nominating Gerard de Sesiriaco and John de Dolina, clerks, his attorneys for five years.

July 26. Westminster.

Grant, in consideration of a fine of 100l. to be paid by the abbess into the wardrobe by the feast of the Assumption, that the prioress and convent of Shafton shall have the custody of the abbey during voidance after the cession or decease of Mabel Giffard, the present abbess, and shall receive all the issues thereof, as well in tallages of their men as in lands and other goods which would belong to the king this time if he had the custody. No bailiff or other minister is to intermeddle therein, and they are to have the free administration of their goods, saving to the king advowsons of churches, wards, escheats of knights' fees, if any fall in during the voidance, and the custody hereafter. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

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

July 27. Westminster.

Letters for Nicholas de Dunheved, going to Ireland, nominating William de Gippeswico and William de Sulby his attorneys for two years.

The like for Walter de Yvethorn, going to Ireland, nominating the same for two years.

The like for Robert Wodelok, nominating Philip Hay his attorney as above.

July 28. Westminster.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Hyde, Winchester, in pursuance of a former licence for them to appropriate a church of their own patronage in the diocese of Winchester, to appropriate the church of Micheldevere in that diocese. By pet. of C.

Grant in fee simple, at the instance of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to Guiliotus le Sautriour, her minstrel, of the houses in London, late of John de Butterleye, deceased, in the king's hands by reason of his debts; and grant to him of the said debts, both those due from the said John for the said houses, which were sold to him by the king, and those due for any other causes.

Vacated because otherwise on the Schedule attached.

Membrane 16 (Schedule).

July 28. Westminster.

Grant, at the instance of the said Margaret, to the said Guilliotus of all the debts due to the king from any cause from the said John. It was signed by p.s. at another time and renewed by C.

Mandate in pursuance to the person supplying the place of the treasurer and the barons of the Exchequer.

July 18. Westminster.

Mandate to Robert Hereward to admit John de Ditton, who is associated with him in the room of Master Richard de Abyndon, in the custody during pleasure of the bishopric of Ely during its voidance; and they are to answer for the issues thereof, as heretofore, to Amadeus, count of Savoy, the king's kinsman, to whom the king, by letters patent, granted the same amongst other things in part payment of 10,000 marks. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Mandate to the said Richard not to intermeddle further in the said custody.

July 24. Westminster.

Grant to Robert de Clifford, who has been appointed, during pleasure, to the custody of the liberty of the bishopric of Durham, of 200 marks a year out of the issues of that liberty, for as long as he performs that office.

The like to William de Ormesby as justice of the pleas of the said liberty, during pleasure, of 60 marks a year.

The like to Henry de Guldeford as keeper of the king's seal appointed for the said liberty, during pleasure, of 40 marks a year.

July 22. Westminster.

Protection with clause rogamus for two years, at the request of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son, directed to archbishops, bishops, abbots, priors, and all bailiffs in Ireland, for Thomas le Latimer, clerk of the prior of the hospital of St. Bridget the Virgin, Vercelli in Lombardy, collecting alms for the maintenance of the poor dwelling in that hospital, and they are to permit him to admonish people in their churches. By K.

MEMBRANE 15.

July 26. Westminster.

Licence for Edmund de Salenoef to demise for eight years to whomsoever he will his manor of Westbury, co. Buckingham, which is held in chief.

July 25. Westminster.

Presentation of Thomas de Querlee to the church of Meperdeshale, in the diocese of Lincoln. By p.s.

July 20. Westminster.

Letters for Master Richard de Nogent, staying in England, nominating John de Asshedon his attorney in Ireland for two years.

July 24. Westminster.

Pardon to Hamo le Pertrikour of Ampelford for the death of John de Brahy, as it appears by the record of Adam de Crokedayk and Thomas de Metham, justices appointed to deliver York gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

July 26. Westminster.

Acceptance of the sale for 800l. by the abbot of Hayles, William de Bereford and Walter de Aylesbury, executors of Edmund, earl of Cornwall, to John de Segrave of the custody of the lands late of Hugh de Plessetis, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heirs, sold in pursuance of a power to them to dispose of custodies for the payment of the king's debt to the earl.

July 29. Westminster.

Pardon to John son of John le Whytesmith for the death of John de Witteneye, as it appears by the record of William Inge and Nicholas Fermbaud, justices appointed to deliver Warwick gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

The like to William le Skynnere for the death of Peter son of Peter de Gatewyk, as it appears by the record of the said William and Nicholas, and John de Acton, and John de Foxle, justices appointed to deliver Gloucester gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

Aug. 4. Westminster.

Presentation of Roger de Leycestre to the church of St. Michael, Hoggenelane, London, in the diocese of London, void by the resignation of William de Dalby, the last rector thereof.

July 20. Westminster.

Simple protection, for one year, for Robert, the prior and bishop elect of Ely, going to the court of Rome.

Letters for him, nominating brother Stephen de Swafham and Robert de Gransete his attorneys.

July 28. Westminster.

Pardon to Henry de Appeltre, in consideration of a fine made by him before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, for acquiring in fee 10s. rent in Wedon Pynkeny by feoffment of Henry de Pynkeny, who held the same in chief, and which was taken into the king's hands by reason of his trespass; and licence for him to retain the same.

Aug. 1. Westminster.

Grant, for five years, to the abbot and convent of Vale Royal, of all the dead wood thrown down and lying on the land in the forest of the Peak, to have for firewood. By pet. of C.

Aug. 5. Westminster.

Appointment of John de Segrave to the custody, during pleasure, of the castle of Berwick-on-Tweed, so that he answer for the issues thereof at the Exchequer. By K.

Mandate in pursuance to John Burdun, constable of the castle.

July 30. Westminster.

Grant to Giles de Audenard, king's clerk, of the deanery of the free chapel of Hastingges. By K.

July 5. Westminster.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of Norfolk, and in consideration of a fine made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for William But to enclose three stalls in the market of Norwich, whereof one contains 20 feet in length and 10 feet in breadth of land, and the other two 12 feet in length and 10 feet in breadth, and which are held of the king by the service of 1d. a year to the king's landgabel, and to build on the same; saving the right of any other person.

The like for Roger de Tudenham to enclose two stalls in the said market, containing 18 feet in length by 13 feet in breadth, which are held of the king by the service of 1d. a year to landgabel, and another stall containing 16 feet by 10 feet, which is held by the prior of Norwich by the service of 4s. a year, and to build on the same; saving the right of any other person.

The like for Robert de Holviston to enclose three stalls in the said market, containing 24 feet in length by 14 feet in breadth, held of the king by the service of 1d. a year to landgabel, and to build on the same.

1301. Dec. 6. Linlithgow.

Simple protection, for two years, in Ireland, for Gunnora de Valoniis, staying in England.

1302. July 30. Westminster.

Letters for John Mautravers and Eleanor his wife, staying in England, nominating William le Clerk and John Not their attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Simple protection, for two years, for Master John de Notingham, parson of the church of Burnedissh, going to the court of Rome.

Aug. 4. Westminster.

Pardon, at the instance of the Pope, to Thousa le Lombard, Philip Gerardini de Spine, Bartholomew Johannis, John Grandon and Laurence Hugelini, merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, for the death of William Baman.

Aug. 6. Westminster.

Grant to the burgesses of the town of Kingeston-upon-Hull—in pursuance of a former charter to them, that a prison might be made there for malefactors, and gallows erected outside the borough on the king's soil, the keeper of the borough for the time being to do justice touching infangthef and outfangthef, as in the charter more fully appears—that the king will send his justices to deliver their prison whenever it is necessary.

Aug. 6. Westminster.

Grant to the executors of the will of Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, in pursuance of the grant to them of custodies for payment of the king's debt of 10,000 marks to the earl, that if anything remains over after the payment of the said money, it shall be allowed them for the 1,300 marks which they lent the king since the earl's death. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Aug. 5. Westminster.

Pardon to John son of William de Moubray, of his outlawry for the death of Robert de Bildesdale, whereof he was appealed in the county of York by Beatrice, the wife of the latter, as appears by the record and process of his outlawry which have been brought before the king. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

Aug. 6. Westminster.

Licence for the alienation in frank almoin to Agnes de Hareford and the other nuns serving God and St. John the Baptist in a street called Saint Jonestrete, in the suburb of Cork, of the following lands:—

By William de Barry, of a carucate of land in Cleynboly in Inyshmor and the advowson of the church of Dungorny.

By John de Barry, of land to the value of 20l. a year in Muscry, Oletham and Obaun.

By John son of Gilbert, of a carucate and a half of land in Garrautor in Obaun and Killinleth in Fuuerchragh, and the advowson of the church of St. Mary, Karagha, and 2 acres of land in Kilcoan in Olethan, with the advowson of the church of Kilcoan.

By Philip son of Robert, of 2 acres of land in Kilmide in Kaneletha, with the advowson of the church of Kilmide and 2 acres of land in Kathirlagh with the advowson of the church of that town, and 2 acres of land in le Chercheton in Inysmaknel, with the advowson of the church of Chercheton. By K.

Aug. 13. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus, for one year, for John de Banquell, going beyond seas on the service of Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, the king's son. By K.

MEMBRANE 14.

July 24. Westminster.

Grant, at the instance of William de Rythre, to the bailiffs and good men of the town of Ncuport of pavage for five years. By K.

July 26. Westminster.

The like, at the instance of Adam de Welles, to the bailiffs and good men of Aleford of pavage for five years. By K.

Aug. 6. Westminster.

Grant, for life, to Henry son of Henry de Rupe Forti of the lands which the king has in Maygnan Rathcochy Kylcok and Belegrave by feoffment of Henry son of Simon de Rupe Forti, which the above Henry son of Henry quit claimed to the king, to hold with knights' fees, dowers when they fall in, and all other things. By K.

July 28. Westminster.

Grant, for the honour of God and out of reverence for St. John of Beverley, to the bailiffs and good men of Beverley of pavage for seven years from Michaelmas next.

Aug. 9. Westminster.

Appointment of Master John de Cadamo, king's clerk, to the custody, during pleasure, of the castle of Hastinges. By K.

Aug. 10. Westminster.

Grant, to Mary, the king's daughter, nun of Fontevrault, dwelling at Ambresbury, of 40 old oaks a year in the forests of Chuyt and Bokholt, by the hands of the keepers of those forests, for her hearth as long as she dwells there.

The like to the same, in compensation of 200l. a year at the Exchequer for the maintenance of her chamber at Ambresbury, and of 20 tuns of wine at the hands of the sheriff of Southampton for as long as she stays in the realm, of the manor of Cosham, co. Wilts, of the value of 97l.; the borough of Wilton and Bereford, co. Wilts, besides the regular alms, of the value of 4l.; the manor of Sherstan, of the value of 60l.; the manor of Porstok, co. Dorset, of the value of 18l.; the manor of Herdecote, co. Somerset, of the value of 17l.; and the manors of Freskewatre and Whytefeld, in the Isle of Wight, of the value of 70l. 13s. 4d.; to hold for as long as she stays in the realm.

Aug. 13. Westminster.

Simple protection, until Easter, for the abbot of Byland, going to his general Cistercian chapter. By K.

Letters for him, nominating John de Helper by his attorney as above. By K.

The like for the abbot of Ryevall, going to that chapter, nominating Thomas de Tesedale, his fellow monk, for the same period.

July 20. Westminster.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from the collectors of the tenth imposed on the clergy by Pope Boniface, of 400l. received as above. By p.s.

Aug. 1. Westminster.

The like of the following sums:—

1000 marks. By p.s.
1000 marks.
500 marks.

Memorandum, that one letter of 1000 marks was surrendered and cancelled.

Aug. 8. Westminster.

500 marks. By p.s.
2520l.
150l.
700l.

Aug. 7. Westminster.

278l. 18s. 4½d. By p.s.

Aug. 17. Westminster.

45 marks. By p.s

Aug. 10. Westminster.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to restore the temporalities of St. Edmunds abbey to Thomas de Tytyngton, sub-prior of that house, preferred by Pope Boniface to be abbot.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants.

Aug. 10. Westminster.

Appointment of Thomas de Werbelton and Peter de Donewyco to punish, at their discretion, the commonalties of the towns of Seford, Shorham, Portesmuth, Southampton, Lymeton, Ermue, Pole, Warham, Lym, Teygnemue, Plymmuth, Fouy and Briggewauter, who promised to send ships, to wit, two from Southampton, and from each of the other towns one, well armed, in aid of the Scotch war, and who took no measures to do so, to the retardation of that expedition. The sheriffs of Sussex, Southampton, Dorset, Devon and Somerset, and all bailiffs within liberties and without are to be aiding and assisting herein.

Writ of aid in pursuance to the said sheriffs and bailiffs.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator this side Trent, to restore such of the temporalities of St. Albans abbey as are in the king's hands, in accordance with the king's late letters patent to them touching his rights during voidance, to wit, fees and escheats, to John de Marynes, prior of that house, preferred by Pope Boniface to be abbot.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Membrane 13 (Schedule).

Aug. 10. Westminster.

Licence for John de Molis to grant, in fee simple, to John de Sancto Amando, the manor of North Cadebury, co. Somerset, and the advowson of the church of that manor, and a messuage and three carucates of land in Uverwallop, co. Southampton, which are held in chief, and for the latter to re-enfeoff the former and Matilda his wife thereof, with remainder to his right heirs.

MEMBRANE 13.

Aug. 30. Woolmer.

Appointment of Nicholas Fermbaud and Peter de Donewyco to punish, at their discretion, the men and mariners of a ship of Bristol, who came in the company of the other ships towards Scotland on the king's service, and after receiving the king's wages at Dublin, withdrew without leave. The inquisition is to be made by jury of the town of Bristol, and the sheriffs of Somerset and Gloucester and other bailiffs are to be aiding and assisting.

Writ of aid in pursuance to the said sheriffs.

Pardon to Algacius, keeper of the house of the Holy Spirit, Writle, in consideration of a fine made by W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, for acquiring in mortmain, without licence, 7d. of rent in Writle by feoffment of Walter de Bures, a moiety of an acre of pasture there by feoffment of Walter Walram, a moiety of an acre of land by feoffment of Roger Abraham, a plot of land there containing about a rood, by feoffment of Thomas de Molendinis, 3 roods of pasture there by feoffment of Henry de Sparkebrugg, and 2 acres of pasture and 1½ acres of meadow there by feoffment of the latter, in exchange for 5 acres of land there; and licence for him to retain the same.

Aug. 9. Westminster.

Revocation of the presentation of Hamo de Felton to the church of Garuald in Nithdale, Scotland, as it appears that Bern[ard] de Gipewico, who was admitted thereto by the diocesan and possessed it peaceably, is still alive, and not dead, as was falsely suggested by the said Hamo. By K. & C.

Pardon to the above Algacius [unfinished entry].

Vacated because above.

Aug. 13. Westminster.

Signification to R. archbishop of Canterbury, of the royal assent to the election in the cathedral church of St. Andrew, Wells, of Master Walter, dean of that church, to be bishop of Bath and Wells.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Pardon, at the instance of William de Leyborn, to Roger de Preselond, for the death of John le Engleys. By p.s.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Pardon, by reason of their service in the Scotch war and elsewhere, to William le Furinager, John Cotyng, John Gilbert, Stephen Strikeberd and Thomas de Hull of Wynchelse, prisoners in Norwich castle on a charge of the larceny of 35s., of the king's suit for the said larceny. By K.

Simple protection, until Christmas, for the abbot of Furneys, going to his general Cistercian chapter. By K.

Letters for him nominating brother John de Cokerham and John de Lincoln his attorneys as above. By K.

Simple protection, until Christmas, for the abbot of Swynesheved, going to the same chapter.

Letters for him, nominating John de Lincoln, his fellow-monk, and Robert de Shwynesheved his attorneys as above. By K.

Aug. 15. Westminster.

Geoffrey de Mongomery, canon of Ossory, and Edmund de Blaunchevill, bringing news of the death of Michael their bishop, have letters of licence to elect.

Master Maurice Obragan and Henry Obragan, canons of Cashel, bringing news of the death of Stephen, their archbishop, have the like.

Grant to Master Thomas Cantok, king's clerk, of the prebend of Molaghymou, in the church of Cashel, Ireland, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of that see. By K. on the information of Otto de Grandisono.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

The like to Master John Cantok of the prebend of Kylardry in the said church. By K. on the information of Otto de Grandisono.

Mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter.

Aug. 17. Westminster.

Presentation of Master Ralph de Odiham to the church of Holy Trinity, Dorcestre, in the diocese of Salisbury. By K. on the information of J. de Cadamo.

Simple protection, until Christmas, for the abbot of Fountains, going to his general Cistercian chapter. By K.

Letters for him, nominating John de Maungneby and Robert le Stedman his attorneys as above. By K. and R. de Bardelby received the attorneys.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, until Christmas, for John Hermy of Brumham, merchant, taking corn and other necessaries in his ship to Scotland for the maintenance of the king's lieges, on condition that he take none to the Scots or communicate with them in any wise. By K.

Aug. 16. Westminster.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Waleton in la Dale of pontage for five years for building and repairing the bridges of Ribble and Derewente, to be collected from goods for sale crossing or passing under them. By pet. of C.

Aug. 10. Westminster.

Protection, with clause volumus until Midsummer, for Master Philip Martel, going to the court of Rome on the king's affairs. By K. on the information of J. de Cadamo.

The like for Master John de Sancto Claro, going likewise.

Vacated, because otherwise below.

The like for William de Deen, going likewise. By K. on the information of J. de Cadamo.

Aug. 17. Westminster.

Notification, on testimony before the king by Ralph de Sandwico, and lest sinister suspicion should arise, that half of the right ear of Robert le Keu of Middelton was cut off by some thieves who attacked him lately near Totenham. By K.

Aug. 14. Westminster.

Pardon to Ralph son of John de Alsop, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Richard de Wecton. By p.s.

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Protection with clause volumus until Midsummer, for Henry Sampson, going to the court of Rome on the king's affairs with Master Philip, king's clerk. By J. de Drokenesford.

Aug. 17. Westminster.

Appointment of Master Peter Emerici, John de Sandale and Thomas de Cantebrigge, king's clerks, to supervise and examine certain letters which purport to be the king's bonds to persons of the duchy of Aquitaine, upon which the latter raised money, and which the king heretofore by reason of disputes having arisen amongst the latter commanded the said John and Thomas by letter close to retain in their hands until justice could be done; and they are now to do justice between the parties. By pet. of C.

Aug. 14. Westminster.

Licence for Peter de Chaumpvent to enfeoff John de Chaumpvent his son of the manor of Wapham, which is held in chief.

Grant, in fee simple, to Roger de Brabanzon, who holds the manor of Sibertoft in chief, by serjeanty, of the rent and other services of all within that manor holding of the king by reason of alienation of lands which hold of the said serjeanty; so that he render yearly at the Exchequer at Michaelmas the rents which the said tenants used to render there on that account. Grant also that he and his heirs shall hold the said manor entirely with all its rents and services whatever by the said serjeanty and by rendering yearly at the Exchequer the said rents for all service and demand pertaining to the king, and the said tenants henceforth shall hold the tenements which they hold of the serjeanty of the said Roger and his heirs, and answer to them for their rents and services. By K.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants of the alienated lands.

Mandate to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer to discharge the said tenants of their rents at the Exchequer, and to charge the said Roger therewith.

Mandate to the sheriff of Northampton to cause the said tenants to answer the said Roger for their rents.

MEMBRANE 12.

Aug. 15. Westminster.

Safe-conduct, until Martinmas, for six Scots, to be nominated by Master John del Hospital, clerk, and Gobert de Hellevill, knight, envoys of Philip, king of France, coming to the realm, their companies (meignee), horses, baggage and goods. French. [Fœdera.]

Aug. 15. Westminster.

The like, until the week after Martinmas, for Henry de Greneford, king's serjeant, conducting the above envoys with the above mentioned six Scots. By K.

Aug. 17. Westminster.

Licence for Peter Corbet, to enfeoff Hugh Bergan, chaplain of his castle and barony of Cautz, co. Salop, which is held in chief, and for him to reenfeoff Peter and Beatrice his wife.

Vacated because otherwise on the Schedule attached.

Membrane 12 (Schedule).

Aug. 17. Westminster.

Licence for Peter Corbet to enfeoff the said Hugh of his manors of Cans, Munsterleye, Yokethull, Worthym, Wentenoure, Shelve, Bynweston, Forton, Hemme, Ovore Gorthor, Nether Gorthor and Baghheltref, co.

Salop, which are held in chief, and for him to re-enfeoff the said Peter and Beatrice his wife, with remainder to the right heirs of Peter.

Aug. 23. Kempton. (Kenynton.)

Grant, at the instance of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to Matthew de Monte Martini, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of two parts of the lands of Matthew de Lovaigne, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Aug. 15. Westminster.

Grant, for life, to John le Messager, by reason of his long service to Robert, late bishop of Bath and Wells, the chancellor, of the custody of the park of Kenynton, receiving yearly at the hands of the keeper of that manor as much as former keepers of the park. By K.

Aug. 22. Kempton.

Pardon to William atte Grene, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of John atte Frithe of Hockebiry. By p.s.

Letters for Alan son of William le Fiz Waryn, going to Ireland, nominating William Fiz Waryn and John de Berkweye his attorneys for one year.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Licence for John de Hastinges to fell and sell the trees in his wood of Brampton, which is within the forest of Wauberge, and the underwood there. By K.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Grant, at the instance of Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, to W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, of the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the lands whereof Joan de Bryenzon, tenant in chief, died seised in fee, and of the lands which she held in dower of the inheritance of Bartholomew de Bryenzon, tenant in chief, her husband. By K.

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

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Grant to the mayor, bailiffs and burgesses of Bruges of murage for five years from next Michaelmas. By pet. of C.

Aug. 15. Westminster.

Appointment of Amadeus of Savoy and Henry de Lacy of Lincoln, earls, and Aymer de Valencia, the king's kinsmen, Otto de Grandisono, Amaneuus lord of Lebret, knights, Master William de Grenefeld, dean of Chichester, and Master Robert de Pykering, canon of York, as plenipotentiaries to treat of peace with Philip, king of France.

Aug. 16. London.

Assignment, sealed with the great seal, and with the seals of Edward, prince of Wales, the king's son, Richard, bishop of London, Walter, bishop of Chichester, count John of Brittany son of the duke of Brittany, the king's nephew, Aymer de Valencia, the king's kinsman, Hugh le Despenser, knight, and John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, keeper of the Wardrobe, to the king's gentlemen (gentieux hommes), clerks and other stipendiaries (souders) of Gascony, who have served in the war of Gascony against the king of France, with respect to the king's debts to them as well by way of provision for their loss of lands, rents and benefices, as for wages and compensation for horses, during that war, as is set forth in the king's letters patents to them and letters patents of the king's lieutenants in Gascony, which are enrolled or audited by the king's clerks appointed thereto, of all the money and profit which Pope Boniface VIII. has granted to the king of the tenth imposed by him upon the clergy of England and of all the right of the king or his successors therein, for two years after next Michaelmas, and whatever there may remain of that tenth not already assigned to other persons up to that feast; with warranty for the said two years against all other persons, and promise that they shall have 3,000 marks, arrears of the 20,000 he owes them, before a fortnight after Michaelmas. To secure this, the king binds himself and his successors, and the abovementioned persons have promised, that is to say, the bishops by their faith and the others by their oath sworn on the Holy Gospels, to procure to the best of their power the keeping of the things aforesaid. French.

Aug. 16. Westminster.

Mandate in pursuance to Richard bishop of London and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, receivers of the said tenth; and John de Sandale and Thomas de Cantebrigge are to make the payment in the manner they think best. And the said receivers are to keep back from the Wardrobe, out of the money of the said tenth, 3,000 marks out of the issues thereof up to a fortnight after Michaelmas. French.

MEMBRANE 11.

Aug. 17. Westminster.

Appointment accordingly of the said John and Thomas to supervise the said payments to the said king's creditors of Gascony.

Aug. 17. Westminster.

Assignment to the said creditors of the issues of the said tenth as above by the hands of the said John and Thomas out of the Exchequer, and the latter are to be answerable for the said tenth and the said payments, with promise that the king will not remove them from their office until the full payment is effected, without the consent of his said creditors of Gascony. French.

Aug. 20. Kempton.

Appointment of John de Berewyk, William de Burneton, Henry Spigurnel, John Randolf and Hervey de Staunton to go on eyre for common pleas this turn in the county of Cornwall and to hear and determine pleas touching liberties according to the provision and ordinance made and to hear and determine trespasses and plaints of all persons complaining of the bailiffs and ministers of the king or others; they are to be at Launceveton on the octave of Michaelmas.

Writ de intendendo directed to all persons of that county.

Appointment of Robert de Retford, king's clerk, to the custody, during pleasure, of the rolls and writs during the said eyre.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Notification to John de Ludelawe, William de Donecastre and all other merchants of the realm whose goods have been lately taken within the power of the duke of Brabant, that that duke, being swayed by better counsel, is now disposed to make them some restitution, and request to them to send to him discreet messengers and to accept his reasonable offers. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Aug. 25. Cobham.

Pardon to Henry, prior of Bridge Town (de Ponte) for acquiring in mortmain without licence 50s. of rent in Brigeton, which by judgment of Walter Lenfaunt and his fellows, justices lately in eyre in the county of Cork, were therefor taken into the king's hands, and restitution to them of the same.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Grant to Bertus Penuchio, Stoldus de Friscobaldis, Coppus Cotenne and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, in satisfaction of the king's debts to them for loans and for 10,000l. which he granted to them for their losses through the delay of the payment of the same, of the custom on wool, wool-fells and hides in all the ports and places of the realm of England and the land of Ireland, to hold from the time when the merchants of Bayonne, who now hold the same for a like purpose, are satisfied of their debts, until the said merchants of Florence are in like manner satisfied of their debts. And for their greater security the king has caused Edward, prince of Wales, his son, to accept this assignment, as far as in him lies. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Aug. 26. Guildford.

Letters for Master John de Sancto Claro, going to the court of Rome on the king's affairs, nominating John de Lytlinton and John de Dyngele his attorneys for one year.

Pardon to Ughtred del Quik, by reason of his service in Scotland, for the death of Thomas Spore del Quik. By p.s.

Aug. 22. Kewpton.

Acknowledgment of the king's indebtedness to William Reymund de Gensak in 600 pounds of Chipot in which the king is in arrear with him for his 29th and 30th years, counting the term of Michaelmas next, out of the 1,000 pounds of Chipot granted to him yearly for the custody of the castle of Blaye in Gascony. By K. and pet. of C. at Kenyngton.

Appointment of the said William to the custody, during pleasure, of the castle of Blaye in Gascony, receiving 1,000 pounds of Chipot yearly, beginning next Easter; if he hold it less than a year, he shall receive in proportion. By K.

Aug. 28. Frensham. (Fermesham.)

Grant to William de Soa, king's donzel, for his service and for 200l. sterling paid into the Wardrobe, of the castle (motam) and lands called de Saunhac in the bishopric of Bazas in the duchy [of Aquitaine], which Adam de Norff[olk], sometime the king's constable of Bordeaux, bought from him in the king's name, on condition that neither he nor his heirs attempt any thing against the present truce with the king of France. By K. and by bill of the Wardrobe.

Letters for Gerard Dorum, staying in England, nominating Ralph de Burgo Sancti Petri his attorney in Ireland for three years.

Sept. 1. Harting.

Grant to Matthew de Monte Martini, in extension of a grant to him of 23 August of the present year, of the custody during the minority of the heir, of two parts of the lands late of Matthew de Loveyn, tenant in chief, with the marriage of the heir, that he may have the said custody, with the knights' fees, advowsons of churches, and other things belonging thereto. By p.s.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Acquittance to Alexander Normanni of Lucca, master of the mint of Ireland, and to his pledges, in respect of his office of coining money from 16 June, 28 Edward I., to 23 June, 29 Edward I., wherein he has borne himself well and faithfully. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Membrane 10 (Schedule).

Aug. 12. Westminster.

Grant, in fee simple, to John de Benstede, king's clerk, of 20 acres of waste land by the perch of 20 feet in a place at la Punfaude, in the forest of Wolvemere, at a yearly rent at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Southampton of 6s. 8d. at Michaelmas, at which they are arrented by John de Crokesle, appointed with others to arrent the said wastes; with licence for him to enclose them with a hedge and dyke, according to the assize of the forest, and to bring them into cultivation, and he is to have free entry and exit for all manner of beasts from the nearest highway, but no common outside the said 20 acres. By bill of Exchequer.

Aug. 10. Westminster.

The like, with like clauses, to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of 88 acres by that perch in a place called Foxhurst, in that lorest, at a yearly rent of 29s. 4d., arrented as above, and payable in like manner. By bill of the Exchequer.

Aug. 16. Westminster.

The like to John de Havering of 421 acres by that perch in a place called Lytleferme and Kyngesheth, in the forest of Savernak, at a yearly rent at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Wilts of 7l. 4d., at which they are arrented by the said John. To obtain ingress to these, he and his heirs shall enclose them on that part towards the foreign lands there lately disafforested with a great dyke 6 feet deep and 7 feet broad, with a hedge, and make the crest of the dyke so that the king's deer cannot get out of the close but can enter without hindrance.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

The like to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, of 172 acres by that perch near Losfeld, in the forest of Windsor, at a yearly rent at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Berks, of 57s. 4d., at which they are arrented by the said John. By bill of the Exchequer.

Aug. 24. Cobham.

The like to William de Hareden of 226 acres 1 rood by that perch in the forest of Savernak, to wit, in a place in the wood of Ywode, 99 acres 3 roods; in another place in that wood, 38 acres; in a place at la Wydinreche under the covert of that forest to the north of Wotton, 50 acres; and in another place at la Bers, near a croft called Lenkesle, 10 acres; in another place called Castellar' de Matlesore, going round by the bend of the great dyke, 25½ acres; and in another place at la Wydinreche, near his own purpresture towards the west, in an angle of the covert, 3 acres; at a yearly rent at the Exchequer, by the hands of the sheriff of Wilts, of 75s. 5d., at which they are arrented by the said John. By bill of the Exchequer.

Aug. 26 Guildford.

The like to James de Molendinis of 22½ acres by that perch in a place at la Thenputhull by Isentone, at the west end of Alsiesholt, in the forest of Wolvemere, at a yearly rent at the Exchequer, by the hands of the sheriff of Southampton, of 7s. 6d., at which these are arrented as above. By bill of the Exchequer.

MEMBRANE 10.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Pardon to Thomas, bishop of Exeter, of 35l. out of the issues of his bishopric, adjudged against him by the court of King's Bench for not having Nicholas de Luvetot, his clerk, before the king to answer Peter Lespecer touching a debt of 80l.; as the king had granted letters of protection to the said Nicholas when going to the court of Rome in the company of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, whereby he could not be present in court on the octave of Martinmas, or the quinzains of Hilary and Easter last past. By K. on the information of J. de Benstede.

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

Memorandum, that the king has remitted to the bishop as well the amercements of himself as of his pledges in the said plea; and will cause letters patent thereof to be made, when he shall be certain of the amount of those amercements.

Aug. 20. Kempton.

Grant to Henry de Bello Monte, in discharge of his debts to divers merchants for expenses incurred on the king's service, of 200l. by the hands of Master Richard de Havering, king's clerk, escheator beyond Trent, out of the first issues of his bailiwick. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to the said escheator; and he is to take a receipt when he has paid the whole sum.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from Philip Gerardini, Bartholomew Johaunis and John Grandony and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, of a loan of 1,000 marks sterling; with promise to re-pay the same at the Purification next. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Aug. 24. Cobham.

Letters for Henry Sampson, going to the court of Rome with Master Philip Martel, nominating Master Richard de Clare and John de Wyndesor his attorneys for one year.

Aug. 22. Kempton.

Grant to the prior and Austin Friars of Huntedon of what belongs to the king of a deodand of a cart laden with corn, and two horses drawing it, due by reason of the death of John Whitheved, who was killed thereby at Saltrey. By K.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Grant to Margaret, queen of England, the king's consort, in discharge of her debts to merchants and others, that she shall have out of custodies and marriages now in the king's hands and out of those which first fall in, to the value of 4,000l., or until she shall receive that sum from the same by the sale thereof by Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, or the person supplying his place, and by the escheator; saving the custodies and marriages assigned to the executors of the will of Edmund, earl of Cornwall. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, or the person supplying his place.

The like to Walter de Gloucester, escheator this side Trent.

The like to Master Richard de Havering, escheator beyond Trent.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Mandate to R. bishop of London, and Master Bartholomew de Ferentino, canon of St. Paul's, London, collectors appointed by the Pope of the tenth for three years in England and Ireland, in aid of the church of Rome, to cause to be paid to Philip Gerardini, Bartholomew Johannis and John Grandony 1,000 marks sterling out of the first issues of the tenth in England of the second year, in pursuance of the above grant. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Grant to Coppus Cotenne of Florence of 200l., 100l. to be paid at Midsummer and 100l. at Christmas next. By K. on like information.

Protection with clause volumus for one year for the following, going to the court of Rome on the king's affairs:—

Aug. 25. Cobham.

Master Philip Martel.

Master John de Sancto Claro.

Aug. 15. Kempton.

Pardon, at the instance of Margaret queen of England, to Agnes wife of Peter de Chaumpvent for the death of Nicholas de Colevill and for receiving Richard Denys, William Abel, Robert Baudri, Roger Buket, Simon le Messer and William de Saunford, indicted of the death of Nicholas. By K.

The like, at the instance of the said Margaret, to the following persons indicted of that death:—

William Abel. By K.

Robert Baudry. By K.

Richard Denys. By K.

Aug. 4. Westminster.

Mandate to the keeper of the town of Berwick-on-Tweed, as soon as the burgesses have elected a mayor and bailiffs and presented the mayor to the king's chancellor of Scotland, and he has ascertained that the mayor has done his fealty, not to intermeddle further in the custody of the town, but to permit them to use the liberties and customs contained in the late charter granting that the town shall henceforth be a free borough.

Aug. 24. Kempton.

Confirmation of a grant and appointment, which the king has inspected, by Edmund, sometime earl of Cornwall, to William called 'Hereford' of Berkhampstede, of the custody, for life, of the wood of Berchampstede and the park and warren of that town, and of 5½d. a day, a robe, price 10s. a year, and all the wood (bused) blown down in that wood and park, and the trunks of trees thrown down there. By fine made before the treasurer.

Aug. 23. Kempton.

Grant to the merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, in satisfaction of the king's debts to them, of the whole of that part of the tenth which is granted to the king in Ireland for three years by Pope Boniface VIII.; if it exceed the amount of the king's debt, they shall answer for the residue; if it be less, the king will make it up to them. By K. on the information of the bishop of Coventry and Lichfield.

Mandate in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to permit Philip Gerardini and Gerardinus Gottis de Nerlis and their fellows of that society or their attorneys to receive such moneys and bring them to England. By K. on like information.

Request to the collectors to deliver the money to them accordingly. By K. on like information.

Mandate to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, to cause to be delivered to them the whole of the money and wages which he arrests in the king's name in their hands, or which may have been arrested by him for the king's ministers. By K. on like information.

Safe-conduct, for two years, for the said merchants passing through Wales; directed to the justice of Wales, the constable of Conewei and other bailiffs throughout Wales. By K. on like information.

Aug. 25. Cobham.

Grant to John Bellard, John Galeys and Colluchius Bellard and their fellows, merchants of the society of the Bellardi of Lucca, in compensation for losses sustained by them in the king's behalf, of all the issues of the exchanges of Dover and Yarmouth received since 6 May 27 Edward I., and to be received until Michaelmas next; and they are not to be charged with any account. By K. on the information of W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer.