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1307, membranes 20, 19, 18, 17, 16, 15, 14, 13, 12, 11, 10, 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

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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.

March 28. Carlisle.

Protection with clause volumus, until a fortnight after Midsummer, for Richard de Burgo, earl of Ulster, staying in Ireland. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 24. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Merston, long ago dwelling at Tachebrok, of his outlawry, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Warwick, for four sheep stolen from Richard le Eyr of Whytenesse, at Whytenesse, on condition that he surrender to Warwick gaol.

March 20. Carlisle.

Grant to the good men of the county of Lancaster, that they may take custom for three years in aid of the causey of Wirpelmosse in that county. By pet. of C.

March 26. Carlisle.

Mandate to Humphrey de Waleden, keeper of the archbishopric of Canterbury, at the request of pope Clement, to deliver the archbishopric, with the issues received since the time of its caption, to Masters William Testa, archdeacon of Aran, in the church of Comminges, and Peter Amalvin[i], canon of Bordeaux, appointed by the pope as administrators of the archbishopric to his use. [Fœdera.] By K. on the information of the treasurer,

March 26. Carlisle.

Grant to the prior and convent of Plympton, in regard to a judgment against them in the king's bench, that although they are bound at the church of Landoho to maintain two canons to celebrate divine service and do alms and hospitality, that they may have a secular vicar and chaplain at the said church to do these things, they having supplicated the king that they can be as well done by secular priests as by regulars dwelling without the convent.

By record and process before John de Berewyk and his fellows, justices last in eyre in the county of Cornwall which the king caused to come before him, it was shown that king Edgar gave the canons of Plympton two carucates of land, 100s. of rent in Landoho and the church there for the maintenance of two canons celebrating divine service and alms for the poor, and for pilgrims and other guests, for the soul of that king and his successors, and that they performed these things to the beginning of fifteen years before the said eyre, whereupon, being questioned at that eyre touching the subtraction thereof, they stated that William, sometime bishop of Exeter, with the assent of his chapter, gave the said church to G., then prior of Plympton, and the canons there, and that they held the said land, rent and church by gift of the said bishop, confirmed by Henry II., without celebrating divine service or doing alms, or entertaining pilgrims or guests; but by inquisition taken before the said justices, it was found that the predecessor of the then prior held them by gift of king Edgar for a chantry in the above form, until the chantry, alms and hospitality were subtracted as stated; whereupon judgment was passed that the chantry, alms and hospitality should be kept up, and the prior distrained to do so. By pet. of C.

April 1. Carlisle.

Pardon to W. arch bishop of York, of 100 marks fine, for the service due from him, in the army of Scotland, in the 34th year. By K.

March 30. Carlisle.

Grant, until Michaelmas, to the king's merchant, Emeric de Friscobaldis, and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, that they shall not be distrained at the suit of anyone for any but their own debts. By pet. of C.

March 30. Carlisle.

The like, to the same, that they be quit of all inquisitions taken by reason of the king's mine in the county of Devon, being lately in their custody. By pet. of C.

March 30. Carlisle.

The like, to the same, on their petition before the king and council that through a loan which they lately made the king at Lyons, they lost 2,000l., that they have 2,000 marks out of the issues of the custom on wool, hides and wool fells which is in their hands. By pet. of C.

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

April 3. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, of return of writs in his hundreds of Baddebury and Cokeden, co. Dorset. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

April 1. Carlisle.

Pardon to Robert Lopyn of Ireland, of his outlawry before John Serjant, mayor of the city of Dublin, and Robert del Chastel, coroners of that city, for the death of a man unknown at Dublin, on condition that he surrender to Dublin gaol.

April 1. Carlisle.

The like, to Thomas son of Adam de Creysothen, of his outlawry in the county of Cumberland, for the death of Thomas son of Gregory, on condition that he surrender to Carlisle gaol. By C.

MEMBRANE 19.

April 1. Carlisle.

Appointment of John de Drokenesford, William de Carleton and John de Kirkeby, on petition by the king's merchant, Emeric de Friscobaldis, on behalf of himself and the merchants of the Friscobaldi of Florence, before the king and council touching their losses, (1) for ten years by reason of loans to the king amounting to 10,000l., and (2) 10,000l. by reason of clerical and lay persons, fearing that because of the great prest which the Friscobaldi made the king in Flanders and at Florence, have demanded back sums deposited with them, amounting to 50,000l., (3) 3,000l. for keeping in England sometimes three, sometimes four of their fellows in suing the king for payment, (4) losses in the collection in Ireland of money due to them from the king, (5) in taking a lease of the mining in Devon at 13s. 4d. a last, which was not worth 10s., and in retaining two masters and eighteen men in working the mine and in carrying silver therefrom to London; to audit their account to enquire touching these alleged losses, to examine the said merchants, summoning for that purpose by the treasurer and themselves members of the council and other merchants, and to compensate them on their account out of the custom on wool, hides and wool fells, which is in the hands of the said Friscobaldi, according to the advice of the treasurer; and the commissioners are to be at the Exchequer at Westminster on the morrow of the Ascension to audit the account. By pet. of C.

April 1. Carlisle.

Protection, until a year after Whitsunday, for Geoffrey Columbel, clerk and attorney of B. archbishop of Rouen. By K.

March 30. Carlisle.

Grant to the prior and convent of Newstead in Shirewode, in extension of a licence for them to enclose and cultivate 180 acres of the king's wastes in the forest of Shirewode, to wit, in the hay of Lyndeby 60 acres, in a place called le Swynehagh, and 120 acres in divers places, to wit, in le Herdwyk, Holewelleclif and Shepelay, of all tithes therefrom, provided that they are not within the limits of any parish. By pet. of C.

April 1. Carlisle.

Pardon to Simon son of Robert de Stowe, of his outlawry, before the king in the hustings, London, and before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Cambridge, for the death of Alice Lucas and divers felonies, and for breaking the prison of Storteforde, he having been pardoned the same 28 July 32 Edward I. on condition that he surrender to Newgate gaol.

April 2. Carlisle.

Presentation of Robert de Wodehuses to the church of Staundon, in the diocese of Hereford, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Miles Pichard being in his hands. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

April 1. Carlisle.

Grant to William de Thornton, in consideration of his services in Scotland, of the custody, during pleasure, of the warren of Esington and Kilnese by Old Raveneser upon Humber and he is to receive as much as other keepers. By pet. of C.

Mandate in pursuance to Richard Oysel, bailiff of Holdernesse.

April 1. Carlisle.

Pardon to Reginald son of Walter le Machun of Derby, of his outlawry, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Derby, for divers larcenies, robberies and burglaries in that county, on condition that he surrender to Nottingham gaol.

The like to William Leveson, before the same, in the county of Lincoln, for two mares stolen from Adam de Welle, on condition that he surrender to Lincoln gaol.

April 4. Carlisle.

Grant to Masters William Testa, archdeacon of Aran, in the church of Comminges (Convenarum), and Peter Amalvini, canon of Bordeaux, notwithstanding the prohibition touching all things relating to the church of Rome, that they may use their office in like manner as clerks and nuncios of other popes, formerly dwelling in England, used to do in times past, on condition that they attempt nothing to the prejudice of the crown or royal dignity. [Fœdera.] By K.

April 4. Carlisle.

The like to the same and Garsias Arnaldi de Garleux, canon of Auch (Auxiecen'), and William de Prato, canon of Comminges, papal nuncios, that they may collect first fruits from the time of the reservation thereof by the pope, from void ecclesiastical benefices with or without cure, for three years, notwithstanding divers prohibitions in parliament; on condition that they do not intermeddle with void abbeys or priories, and that they do not carry the money arising therefrom out of the realm except by way of exchange. [Fœdera.] By K.

The like to the said Masters William and Peter, nuncios and administrators of the archbishopric of Canterbury, that they may send the pope the money belonging to the pope, collected by them within the realm by handing it over to merchants within the realm by way of exchange; on condition that they carry away no money of the king's die or silver in mass. [Fœdera.] By K.

April 2. Carlisle.

Pardon to the executors of the will of Thomas de Maydenhacche of 20l. which the king lately lent him in the wardrobe at Portsmouth. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 18.

April 4. Carlisle.

Protection and safe-conduct, during pleasure, for the above Masters William and Peter, and the pope's chaplains, Garsias and William de Prato, papal nuncios and administrators of the archbishopric of Canterbury. By K.

April 4. Carlisle.

Grant to Masters William and Peter that, notwithstanding any letters of protection or other letters, they may levy the debts due to the pope from A. bishop of Durham and from Richard the prior and the convent of Durham. By K. et fuerunt patentes.

April 1. Carlisle.

Grant to John Sampson, in part payment of the king's debts to him, as well for arrears of wages as in compensation of his horses lost on the king's service in Scotland, of the 60 marks fine made by Thomas de Whitteworth for marrying Cassandra, late the wife of Philip le Bretun, who held by knight service of the heir of John, sometime earl of Richmond, tenant in chief. By pet. of C.

Mandate in pursuance to the said Thomas. Et fuerunt patentes.

April 4. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to Robert de Bures of the manor of Belestre and the town of Pleinmelore, late of Robert de Ros of Werk, deceased, escheated to the king by his rebellion. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

March 28. Carlisle.

The like to John Brond of the custody of the park del Haywra within the metes of the forest of Knaresburgh, so that he keep it himself with another man, and receive as much as any two men formerly keeping it. By C. on like information.

Pardons of outlawry, as above, to the following:—

1306. Oct. 28. Lanercost.

Richard de la Sale, in consideration of his service in Scotland, before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Southampton, for felonies and trespasses: on condition that he surrender to Southampton gaol.

1307. April 1. Carlisle.

Robert le Yonge of Slembrigge before John Buteturte and his fellows, like justices in the county of Gloucester, for the death of Robert le Botiller, of Slembrigge and divers felonies, on condition that he surrender to Gloucester goal.

April 4. Carlisle.

Almaric son of James de Warbelton, before William de Bereford and his fellows, like justices in the county of Sussex, for the death of Alan Codele of Warbelton, he having been pardoned the same, 24 November, 32 Edward I.

March 28. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to Gilbert le Forester of Brokesburn, of the custody of the park del Haye without the metes of the forest of Knaresburgh, so that he keep it himself with another man and receive as much as any two men formerly keeping it. By C. on the information of the treasurer.

April 5. Carlisle.

Grant to John de Columbariis, king's yeoman, of the custody during the minority of the heir, of a moiety of the lands late of Roger de Clavering, in the county of Northumberland.

March 28. Carlisle.

Grant to the bailiffs and good men of Nottingham of pavage for three years. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 17.

April 5. Carlisle.

Pardon, at the instance of Dougal Mac Duel, to William Westiby of Yucflet, co. York, for the death of Nigel de Skelwra of Yucflet, and other trespasses and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

April [7]. Carlisle.

Grant, in fee simple, to Robert, son and heir of Reginald le Peschur, of a plot of waste in the forest of Ingelwode, between the water of Ive and Brakenthwayt, containing half an acre and a house built thereon, which William de Vescy, when late justice of the forest this side Trent, delivered to the said Reginald to hold without rent at the king's will, at a rent at the Exchequer by the hands of the sheriff of Cumberland of 3d. whereat they are arrented before the king's council at Carlisle. By pet. of C.

March 28. Carlisle.

Mandate to the bailiff of Tyndale to cause John de Swynburn to have, for life, out of the farms of Tyndale, 10 marks a year, as it appears by inquisition made by Geoffrey de Hertelpol and Robert de Barton, that Alexander, king of Scotland, granted that sum to him there, for life, and after the death of Alexander, the king commanded Anthony, bishop of Durham, then having the custody of the land of Tyndale, to pay it, and the said John received it yearly until the said land, after the forfeiture of John de Balliolo, late king of Scotland, by the king's surrender, came to the hands of the bishop, who, under pretext of indignation against the said John, prevented him from receiving it. By pet. of C.

April 1. Carlisle.

Pardon to Thomas de Furnivall for acquiring in fee the manor of Eyum, co. Derby, from Roger de Morteyn, who held it in chief, with licence for him to retain it.

April 4. Carlisle.

Grant to Emeric de Friscobaldis and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, in regard to 1,000l. advanced by them to Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, William, bishop of Worcester, Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, Hugh le Despenser, Otto de Grandisono and Amaneuus, lord of Lebret, and others, the king's envoys to the pope at Lyons, and delivered by them for that purpose, so as to be received in the court of Rome, to the merchants of the society of the Pulci and Rembertini of Florence, but from whom they have never recovered that sum, that they may receive the 1,000l. which the king owes the latter, from the issues of the customs of wool, hides and wool-fells, which is in the hands of the Friscobaldi, receiving letters of acquittance for the same from the said Pulci and Rembertini. [Fœdera.] By K. on the information of the treasurer.

[April 4.] Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain, by Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, to the mater and brethren of the hospital of St. Leonard, York, of a moiety of a bovate of land in Pikhale, co. York, and the advowson of the church there.

April 4. Carlisle.

Grant, out of devotion to the virgin Mary, and in consideration of the relics of Thomas the Martyr and other saints being in the church of St. Mary, Carlisle, and of the losses of the prior and convent by invasions and burnings of the Scots, of the advowson of the church of Soureby, co. Cumberland, in the diocese of Carlisle, so that they may appropriate it when it falls void.

April 10. Carlisle.

Pardon to Henry son of Walter Aliz of Chepynfarndon, of his outlawry before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Berks, for the death of Nicholas le Bercher of Weston, the burglary of the chamber of John Rok at Chepyngfarndon, and the robbery of William Haliday of Little Farndon at Little Farndon, on condition that he surrender to Reading gaol.

April 10. Carlisle.

Grant to Peter son of Peter de Roteham of the custody during pleasure, of the warren of the manor of Boseham, receiving as much as former keepers. By K. on the information of R. de Cotingham.

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

April 9. Carlisle.

Assignment to Albin de Bevery, king's yeoman, of the lands in Lincoln and Somerset, which Roland de Combar, who married Joan, late the wife of Elias de Albiniaco, tenant in chief, and which were taken into the king's hands because he withdrew when indicted of felonies, until the said Albin has received therefrom 300l. which the king granted him By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of Lincoln.

The like to the sheriff of Somerset.

April 1. Carlisle.

Simple protection, until the octave of Trinity, for Robert de Bardelby, king's clerk, constantly attendant on the king's service in the Chancery. By K.

April 10. Carlisle.

Pardon to John son of Adam de Wyggesle of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, for the death of Robert Ibby of Neuton, on condition that he surrender to Lincoln gaol.

MEMBRANE 16.

April 12. Carlisle.

Exemplification of a charter dated 17 September, 1 Richard [I.], confirming to the church of St. Mary, Fountains, and the monks of the Cistercian order there, all the liberties granted to them by Henry his father. [Printed in Fountains Abbey Records, Surtees Society, pp. 8-10, from Charter Roll, 5 Edward II. No. 21.]

The like of a grant to them, dated 15 September, 1 Richard [I.], of exemption from toll, etc. [Printed as above, pp. 11-13.]

April 11. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to John de Swyneburn of the manor of Grendon, within the liberty of Tyndale, except the king's lake belonging to it. By p.s.

April 16. Carlisle.

Whereas the king, at the instance of P. cardinal bishop of Sabina, respited to B. archbishop of Rouen, until a year after Whitsunday, the fealty he is bound to do for the lands which he holds in England, and which by the death of his predecessor were taken into the king's hands, and commanded Richard Oysel, escheator this side Trent, to deliver all the lands which he had so taken into the king's hands to Geoffrey Columbel, clerk and attorney of the said archbishop, to keep until the latter does his fealty; and the escheator has signified that he cannot execute the mandate because under pretext of a writ, he delivered the said lands to Master John Feroun, to hold, during pleasure, at a rent of 50 marks, as appears by a copy of the writ sent herewith; therefore the king commands the said Master John to deliver the same to the said Geoffrey according to the form of the said mandate. [Fœdera.]

April 14. Carlisle.

Pardon to John son of John le Serjaunt of Snelleston, of his outlawry before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Buckingham, for the death of William de Caretter of Little Lynford, on condition that he surrender to Buckingham gaol.

April 13. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to John de Bromwyz, king's yeoman, of the bailiwick which William Bleyth, deceased, had for life, in the Forest of Dene, to wit, of riding through it to survey it, to hold it in like manor as his predecessors. By p.s.

April 10. Carlisle.

Pardon to William de Taillur of Repindon, of his outlawry before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Stafford, for the death of John le Couper, on condition that he surrender to gaol.

April 4. Carlisle.

Grant to William de Curzon and William de Saunford, in aid of the building of a bridge over the water of Tames, in a place called 'Wychenore,' on the confines of the counties of Stafford and Warwick, for the security of men coming from Ireland and Wales, of pontage for five years. By pet. of C.

April 12. Carlisle.

Grant to Master John de Cadomo, king's clerk, of the prebend of Laghton Maner, in the church of St. Mary, Lincoln, lately void and in the king's gift by reason of the then voidance of the bishopric of Lincoln. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to J. bishop of Lincoln.

Pardon to Richard de Norton of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of York, for the death of William son of William de Carleton of Ottoleye, on condition that he surrender to York gaol.

MEMBRANE 15 (Schedule).

June 5. Carlisle.

Grant to Hugh de Hamslape of 34½ acres, 16 perches of the wastes in the forest of Savernak, co. Wilts, to wit, 27½ acres 1 rood 32 perches in a place by itself between Cambreweye and Haddeleye, 5½ acres 1 rood in a place called la Flitgore, 3 roods 24 perches on the west side of the wood of Huppyngescombe, rising northward from his place near Haddele, under the covert of the said wood, of the width of two perches, towards Aschmere, to drive his beasts to water there : at a rent by the hands of the sheriff of the county of 11s. 6½d., as they are arrented by Walter de Gloucestre and William de Harden; with licence to enclose and cultivate the same, with free ingress and egress for all their beasts, but without any claim to common outside it. By bill of Exchequer.

June 5. Carlisle.

The like to Nicholas de Pershute of 22½ acres of the like in the forest of Bocholte, co. Southampton, to wit 6½ acres in a place called Caulescroft on the west of the high road from Berghton to Hampton, descending southwards from the soil of Oliver la Zusche under the covert of the wood of Bokholte to an assart lately made at the south end of Caulescroft by John de Crokesle, lately appointed by the king to sell wood in the forest; 10 acres descending southwards from that croft under the covert by the same high road to the croft of the said Nicholas and of Thomas de Brikevill; 6 acres on the east of the high road descending southwards from a croft of the men of the township of Berghton, under the covert of the said forest, to a croft of the men of Benetleye : at a rent of 5s. 7½d. By bill of Exchequer.

The like to Robert Peverel of 69½ acres 1½ roods in the forest of Whicchewode, co. Oxford, in an assart in the wood of Whitele, at a rent of 17s. 5¾d. By bill of Exchequer.

June 18. Carlisle.

The like to Agnes de Someri of 54½ acres in the forest of Kynefare, co. Stafford, whereof 41½ acres lie under the hay of Asshewode, 2 acres between Oldeford and Asshewode, ½ acre at Ocholte, 1½ acres between the stank of Flederich and the water of Tressul, and 5 acres between the meadow of Roger de la Lee and Asswichefford : at a rent of 18s. 2d. By bill of Exchequer.

Membrane 15.

Be it remembered that on Wednesday next after the feast of SS. Tiburtius and Valerian, 35 Edward I. before the dawn of that day died William de Hamelton, the chancellor, at the abbey of Fountains, co. York, and being of good memory and sound mind before his death, charged those who were by him that if it happened that he fell so ill as not to recover, they should deliver the seal enclosed under his own seal and that of the abbot of Fountains to Sir Robert de Bardelby who was then present there, to keep until the king should declare his will therein; and the seal was immediately after the death of the chancellor delivered to the said Robert, under the chancellor's seal and that of the said abbot and the' prior of Boulton; and afterwards, the king, by privy seal, commanded Sir Adam de Osgoteby, Master John de Cadamo and the said Robert, that they or any two of them, together with the rest of the clerks of the chancery, should carry the said seal so enclosed to Westminster, there to be delivered by the treasurer or the person supplying his place and the barons of the Exchequer, to Sir Ralph Baldok, bishop of London, whom the king had made his chancellor; and the said Adam, John and Robert on the vigil of the Ascension following delivered the seal (which remained in the custody of the said Robert enclosed under the seals of the said William, the abbot and Master John, who after the death of the said William had sealed that seal) at the king's Exchequer at Westminster, to the person supplying the place of the treasurer and the barons of the Exchequer, in the presence of Sir Roger le Brabanzun, Ralph de Hegham, Hugh de Notingham, Walter de Norwyco, and many others standing by, who having first received the oath from the said bishop, according to the custom, handed over the seal to him, who on the following day at Stibenheth sealed writs therewith.

April 24. Carlisle.

Grant to Matthias de Monte Martini of 500l. from the issues of custodies and marriages, after Henry de Lacy, earl of Lincoln, has had his assignment therefrom. By p.s.

May 1. Carlisle.

Grant to Robert de Cotingham, king's clerk, of the custody, during pleasure, of the park of Tyndale, in like manner as other keepers. By inquisition returned from the Council.

May 1. Carlisle.

The like to the same of the herbage therein, saving sufficient for the support of the deer therein, at a rent by the hands of the bailiff of that liberty of 4l. 6s. 8d. By the like inquisition.

Mandate in pursuance to Robert de Barton, the bailiff.

April 25. Carlisle.

Pardon to Raymond de Funganan of 40l. for wine and corn lent to him in the late time of war in the duchy [of Aquitaine], and for arrears of the issues of the bailiwicks of the towns of Villereal (de villa regali), Condac and Leyburn, which he held of the king after the close of the war. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the constable of Bordeaux.

April 25. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to William le Fauconer, king's yeoman, of the custody of the bailiwick of one of the four foresterships in the ward of Penrethfelles, within the forest of Inglewode, and he is to receive the same as others have done.

The like to the following of one of the other four;—

Henry de Holeweye. By p.s.
Ranulpb de Beltoft.
Henry de Bristoll.

The like to the following of one of the four foresterships in the ward of Allerdale, within the said forest:—

William de Cotingham. By p.s.
Richard Champion.
Roger Druel.

The like to the following of one of the two foresterships in the ward of Gaytescales, within the said forest:—

Adam de Cantuaria. By p.s.
Roger de Wotton.

May 4. Carlisle.

Letters for John de Aqua Blanca, dean of St. Ethelbert's, Hereford, staying beyond seas, nominating Peter de Cors and Roger Attestrete of Ledebury, his attorneys until Christmas.

The like for Robert, abbot of Bardeneye, staying beyond seas, nominating William de la Grave and Thomas de Burgoigne of Bardeneye, for one year.

April 24. Carlisle.

Protection with clause volumus, until 31 July next, for Walter, bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, staying by the king's side. By p.s.

Mandate to archbishops, bishops, officials and collectors of the procurations of P. cardinal bishop of Sabina, papal nuncio, sent to the king to conclude peace with the king of France, and for the common advantage of the realm, to assist him in the levying of the said procurations. By p.s.

[Fœdera.]

The like to the same for him in Ireland. By p.s.

Writ of aid in pursuance to John Wogan, justiciary, Master Thomas Cantock, chancellor, Richard de Bereford, treasurer, and all bailiffs and others in Ireland. By p.s.

May 4. Carlisle.

The like to Thomas, bishop of Emly, chancellor, John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland, and Richard de Bereford, treasurer of the Exchequer, Dublin. By p.s.

The like to archbishops, bishops, etc., in the realm.

April 13. Carlisle.

Pardon to John le Cros of his outlawry before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Surrey, for divers felonies, on condition that he surrender to Guldeford gaol.

Simple protection, until a year after Midsummer, for Alice, late the wife of Roger le Bygot, earl of Norfolk and marshal of England, going beyond seas.

Letters for her, nominating Robert de Royden, knight, and John de Fremlingham, chaplain, her attorneys. By p.s.

April 22. Carlisle.

Philip de Mathin and Hugh de Hauekesbury, monks of Pershore, bringing news of the death of W. their abbot, have letters of licence to elect. By p.s.

April 21. Carlisle.

Grant to Poncius, lord of Cbâtillon, of the fines or forfeitures due to the king by reason of the trespasses committed at the castle of Lavardak by the men of Joan de Perogort, late the wife of Peter de Burdegala, and others, against Otto de Casa Nova and his men, at the time the latter was seneschal of the Agenais, and he may pardon them if he pleases. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the seneschal of Gascony.

The like to the constable of Bordeaux.

May 7. Carlisle.

Letters for Philip, prior of Lungevill, staying beyond seas, nominating brother William de Talia and John de Seutz his attorneys for two years.

May 8. Carlisle.

Presentation of Master Henry de Cliff to the church of Colyntre, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Simon de Pateshill, tenant in chief.

MEMBRANE 14.

April 28. Carlisle.

Grant to John de Columbers, king's yeoman, of the marriage of Margery, daughter and heir of Roger de Claveringg, tenant in chief, a minor in the king's custody. By p.s.

April 24. Carlisle.

Pardon to Edmund, earl of Arundel, of 4,234l. 3s. 4¾d., remainder of 5,266l. 7s. 0¾d., debts of himself or his ancestors, whereof 1,012l. 3s. 8d. were paid by John son of Alan and by Richard son of Alan, sometime earls, by 35 counter-tallies of the Exchequer found in the custody of the chamberlains, whereof, as the earl avers, the counterparts (stipites) are lost. By a scrutiny of the rolls of the Exchequer made by the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, it was found that the said debts were as follows :—

103l. 16s. 9d., two debts of John son of Alan, sometime earl.

16l. 5s. in the same name, for the scutage of Wales in the 10th year.

10l. in the same name, for unjust impediment.

100s. in the name of the earl of Arundel, for forfeited issues of his lands.

20s. received by the earl from the Wardrobe.

21s. 0½d. in the name of the said John, for his portion of the 16l. 16s. 8d. debts of Ranulph, sometime earl of Chester, for the ward of knights of the honor of Lancaster between the Ribbe and Mersee.

4,496l. 9s. 8d. in his name, being the remainder of 10,000 marks, for having the lands of his father.

134l. 19s. 10d. in his name, for four debts.

20l. in his name, for the scutage of Wales in the 5th year.

20l. for the like in the 10th year.

117l. 4s. 4d. remainder of his relief.

6 marks for two debts.

38l. for the scutage of Wales in the 5th year, to wit, for 19 knights' fees in the counties of Norfolk and Suffolk, of the honor of Richmond.

38l. for the like in the 10th year, for the said fees.

30l. 13s. 10½d., his portion of the debts of the earl marshal, in aid of making the king a knight.

25l. 19s. 3¼d., his portion of 415l. 8s. 4d., charged upon the heirs of Ranulph, sometime earl of Chester.

8l. 11s. 10½d., his portion of 137l. 10s. charged upon the heirs of Ranulph, sometime earl of Chester, for the scutage of Wales in the 5th year.

8l. 11s. 10½d., the like for the 10th year.

28s. 1½d., portion of Edmund, the present earl, of 22l. 10s. from the fees of the earl of Chester, for the scutage of Gannok in Wales, in the time of Henry III., and in aid of the king's knighting.

9s. 4½d., his portion of 7l. 10s. from the knights' fees of the earl of Chester, for the scutage of Wales in the 5th year.

9s. 4½d., the like for the 10th year.

120l. in the name of Richard, sometime earl of Arundel, prest in the Wardrobe.

10l. in his name, for a disseisin.

40s. for his weir.

5 marks for his not coming [into court when summoned].

60s. the like.

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

May 6. Carlisle.

Acquittance to Guy de Bello Campo, earl of Warrewyk, for 200l. paid by him into the Wardrobe for the goods in the castle of Barnard Castle and places belonging to it, forfeited to the king by reason of the enmity of John de Balliolo, sometime king of Scotland, and sold to the earl by the king. By p.s.

April 22. Carlisle.

Assignment to Guy Bertaldi and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Spini of Florence, in satisfaction of the king's debts to them for purvey ances which will be required for the passage of Edward the king's son beyond seas, and other debts, of the custom on wool, hides, and wool-fells in the port of the town of Boston from 1 May, notwithstanding any previous assignment thereof to the merchants of the Friscobaldi or others. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to the collectors of the custom in the said port.

The like to the merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence not to intermeddle therein after the 1 May.

May 8. Carlisle.

Letters for Roger, prior of Little Malverne, staying in England, nominating Robert le Gardiner and William de Lytelton his attorneys in Ireland for one year.

May 6. Carlisle.

Pardon to Edmund Basset for acquiring, in fee simple, from Henry de Lancastre, the manor of Berewik St. James, co. Wilts, held in chief; with licence for him to retain it.

April 24. Carlisle.

Licence for Matthias de Monte Martini to crenellate his dwelling-place of Burne, co. Sussex. By p.s.

May 8. Carlisle.

Pardon to the abbot and convent of Bruern, in consideration of a fine made by the abbot before R. bishop of London, the chancellor, for acquiring in mortmain a mill in Middelton, by feoffment of Nicholas de Gardinis.

May 5. Carlisle.

Pardon, at the instance of Edward, prince of Wales, to Richard, son of William de Alverton, for the burglary of a grange of Alexander son of William de Alverton, and corn carried away therefrom, and of any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

April 4. Carlisle.

Licence for Matthias de Monte Martini to crenellate as above. By p.s.

Vacated because above.

April 24. Carlisle.

Grant to Margaret, the queen consort, in extension of her grant, during minority of the heir, of the lands which Matilda, late the wife of Matthew de Lovayne, tenant in chief, held in dower of the inheritance of Thomas the son and heir, of knights' fees, advowsons of churches, and other things belonging to that custody. By p.s.

MEMBRANE 13.

March 20. Carlisle.

Whereas the king, by letters patent lately assigned to divers merchants of Biern, to wit, of Oleron, Sauveterre, Morlans and Orthez, all the issues of custodies and marriages (after Margaret, the queen consort, and Amadeus, count of Savoy, had received satisfaction therefrom for certain sums of money granted to them) until they were satisfied of what was due to them by divers letters of the king's lieutenants during the war in the duchy and by letters of clerks appointed for the expenses of the army in those parts; and whereas it is found by account made touching the said debts by John de Sandale, king's clerk, in the parliament at Carlisle, that 2,877l. 22d. remain to be paid; and the said merchants have, by Peter de la Posterle, their proctor and attorney, surrendered these letters to be cancelled; the king grants that their said attorney be satisfied, without delay, of the said residue, by the hands of Emeric de Friscobaldis and his fellows, merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, out of the issues of the custom of wool, hides and wool-fells, in the hands of the latter. By pet. of C. and by the hands of John de Sandale.

Mandate in pursuance to Emeric de Friscobaldis and his fellows.

The like to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to allow the amount to the said Emeric and his fellows in their account.

March 20. Carlisle.

Grant to John de Kirkeby, king's clerk, in consideration of a fine of 50l. made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, the treasurer, of the marriage of Walter son and heir of John de Cirezy, who held of the king in chief as of the castle of Barnard Castle, late of John de Balliolo, and in the king's hands by reason of his rebellion, or of the next heir until he has the effect of the marriage. By pet. of C.

Mandate in pursuance to Robert de Clifford, keeper of the liberty of the bishopric of Durham.

May 28. Carlisle.

Appointment of John Abel to survey the castle of Pevenese reported to be ruinous, and certify the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of the state thereof. By pet. of C.

May 7. Carlisle.

Pardon to John le Rous of Kyme of his outlawry before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, for divers felonies, on condition that he surrender to Lincoln gaol.

The like to Thomas de Burgo, son of John de Empyngham, of the like before the same, for the death of William de Warenner of Burroth, on like condition.

May 28. Carlisle.

Licence for Amicia de la Rivere to grant, in fee simple, to John de la Rivere, her son, the manor of Hampton by Creckelade, which is held in chief, and which Richard de la Rivere holds for life by demise of Amicia; and grant that if Amicia survive Richard, the manor shall revert to her for life, and after her death to John. By p.s.

June 1. Carlisle.

Licence for the prior and convent of Worcester to appropriate the church of Lyndrugg, in the diocese of Hereford, of their own patronage, in order to augment their convent by three monks and to find two wax-lights continually burning before the shrine of St. Wulstan. By p.s.

June 2. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Robert Aleyn to the abbot and convent of Lavenden of a messuage, 20 acres of land and 2 acres of meadow; by Alice la Proude of 2 acres of land and ½ acre of meadow; and by William le Engleys of 3s. rent, all in Lathebury.

May 22. Carlisle.

Grant to Laurence de la Ryvere of the custody, during the minority of heir, of the lands in Ireland, late of James de Bohun, tenant in chief. By p.s.

May 16. Carlisle.

Letters for Arnold de Cantilupo, cardinal, dean of St. Paul's, London, staying beyond seas, nominating Gregory de Falguariis and Visianus de Blanqafort, clerks, his attorneys for three years.

June 5. Carlisle.

Presentation of Thomas de Lufwyk to the church of Rokingham, in the diocese of Lincoln, void by the resignation of Master William de Wodeford.

June 5. Carlisle.

Appointment of Richard le Lou to the custody, during the minority of the heir, of the manor of West Wittenham, in the king's hands by reason of the minority of the heir of Beatrice, late the wife of Giles de Brewosa, deceased, who (que) held in chief; at a rent, by the hands of the escheator beyond Trent, of 13l. 5s., its extent. On the information of the treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance to Walter de Gloucester, the said escheator.

On the like information.

June 2. Carlisle.

Pardon to John Graundyn of his outlawry, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, for divers felonies, on condition that he surrender to Lincoln gaol.

1306. Nov. 10. Dunfermline.

The like to John Phyvian, 'le ferour,' in consideration of his service in Scotland, for the death of Warin Wysman of Pethawe, and of any consequent outlawry.

MEMBRANE 12.

May 5. Carlisle.

Licence for Robert de Clifford to enfeoff Robert son of Robert de Clifford and Elizabeth daughter of John de Vallibus, in tail, of a messuage, 14 tofts, 169 acres of land, 16 acres of meadow, and 20 acres of wood in Elyncham, held in chief; with reversion to the said Robert de Clifford.

May 5. Carlisle.

Assignment to the merchants of Brabant, on their petition before the king and council, of the custom due to the king on goods brought by them within the city of London, in addition to the custom on wool, hides and wool-fells already assigned to them in the port of Ipswich, until the king's debts to them are discharged, on condition that the collectors of custom survey such goods and make an indenture thereof in due form for the information of the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer. By pet. of C.

Mandate in pursuance to the collectors of the new custom in the port of London.

The like to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer.

Feb. 10. Lanercost.

Letters for William de Tothale, prior of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England, to whom the houses and brethren of that order in Scotland and Wales are also subject, nominating brothers Richard de Leycestre and Matthew de Sancto Leonardo his attorneys for one year. By p.s.

May 10. Carlisle.

Writ de intendendo, directed to the tenants late of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, in the parts of Glaumorgan and elsewhere in the marches of Wales, for Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, whom the king has commanded to take into his hands the lands late of the said Gilbert and Joan his wife, deceased, as entirely as the king enfeoffed them by charter, and also all the lands, which after the said feoffment have by hereditary right descended to the earl's heir, or by escheat or otherwise fallen into the hands of anyone.

May 3. Carlisle.

Signification to H. bishop of Winchester of the royal assent to the election of William de Brokesborn, one of the canons, to be prior of St. Mary's, Merton. By p.s.

May 15. Carlisle.

Pardon to Robert Thurward of his outlawry before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Oxford, for felonies, on condition that he surrender to Oxford gaol.

May 10. Carlisle.

Licence after inquisition ad quod damnum made by the sheriff of York, for the alienation in frank almoin by William de Ros of Hamelak, to the abbot and convent of Thornton-on-Humber, of a messuage and 3 bovates of land in Arnhale in Holdernesse, which are held in chief as of the honor of Albemarle, notwithstanding that the king would lose the custody thereof if William die, leaving his heir a minor.

May 15. Carlisle.

The like for the alienation in mortmain by Benedict de Thornbury to the abbot and convent of Wellebek of a messuage, a toft, and 2 bovates of land in Cukenay.

May 16. Carlisle.

Presentation of Ralph de Ichynton to the church of Northcove, in the diocese of Norwich, void by the death of Robert de Gillyng.

The chancellor presented Ralph to the said church at the instance of the prince, who, by his letters made a special request to the chancellor on the matter.

May 12. Carlisle.

Pardon to Thomas de Cotes of Grymmolby, in the gaol of Lincoln castle for the death of Laurence son of Margaret de Grymmolby, as it appears by the record of John de Nevill of Stokes, Thomas de Burnham, and Ranulph de Friskeneye, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

The like to Peter de Knottingle, in the same gaol for the death of Richard de Eyremynne, as it appears by like record that he killed him in self-defence.

May 15. Carlisle.

Presentation of Robert de Whetelay to the church of Aldebergh, in the diocese of Norwich.

The like of Thomas de Cornubia to the church of Suthleghe, in the diocese of Exeter.

May 17. Carlisle.

Protection with clause volumus, for Francis Gaytanus de Anagnya, cardinal and archdeacon of Richmond, staying beyond seas. By p.s.

April 22. Carlisle.

Simple protection, for three years, for Odricus de Wyppeyns, parson of the church of Werkyngton, staying beyond seas. By p.s.

May 20. Carlisle.

Mandate to the merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, to deliver to the merchants of the society of the Spini, to whom the king has granted the custom on wool, hides and wool-fells in the town of Boston, from 1 May until further order, the other part of the seal called coket, the custody whereof the king lately committed to them. By p.s.

May 20. Carlisle.

Presentation of Henry de Ingelby to the church of Cuberleye, in the diocese of Worcester, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Giles de Berkelay, who held of John Walrand, an idiot in the king's custody.

MEMBRANE 11.

May 21. Carlisle.

Presentation of John de Hibernia to the church of Stabanan, in the diocese of Ardmach, which is void.

May 6. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Grendon for acquiring, for life, rent to the value of 10l. a year in Tysho, co. Warwick, by grant of Edmund, baron of Stafford, who held that rent in chief, and restitution thereof to him. By p.s.

May 10. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master John de Ros, of a messuage and 74 acres of land in Ros and Walford, to a chaplain, to celebrate divine service daily in the church of Ros.

May 23. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Lyndewode of his outlawry, before Roger le Brabazon and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Middlesex, for felonies, on condition that he surrender to Neugate gaol. By p.s.

May 19. Carlisle.

Grant to John de Merkingfeld, king's clerk, of the prebend of Warthill, in the church of St. Peter, York, in the king's gift by reason of the late voidance of the archbishopric of York. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to W. archbishop of York.

May 20. Carlisle.

Pardon to Hugh son of Hugh de Wrauby, in the gaol of Lincoln castle for the death of John Hardegray of Burton, as it appears by the record of John de Nevill of Stoke, Thomas de Burnham, and Ranulph de Friskeney, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

May 16. Carlisle.

Signification to W. bishop of Worcester of the royal assent to the election of William de Herwynton, one of the monks, to be abbot of Pershore. By p.s.

May 20. [Carlisle.]

Pardon to John son of Adam de Wyggesle of his outlawry, before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Lincoln, for the death of Robert Ibby of Neuton, on condition that he surrender to Lincoln gaol.

June 1. Carlisle.

The like to John Danyel of his outlawry in the county of Kent, for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench on a plea of trespass of the abbot of Langedon, on condition that he surrender to Canterbury gaol.

May 28. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Nicholas de Hores to the prior and convent of Rochester of a messuage, 130 acres of land, 70 acres of marsh, 9 acres 1 rood of meadow, 26s. 8d. rent and a rent of 6 bushels of barley, a cock, 15 hens, 160 eggs and 4 teal in Frendesbyry. The fine is enrolled at the Exchequer.

June 3. Carlisle.

Appointment of Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, and Robert de Grendon, sheriff of Glamorgan, to select in the parts of Glamorgan —which are in the king's bands by reason of the death of Joan, late the wife of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, the king's daughter, who (que) held in chief, and of the minority of Gilbert, the earl's son and heir—500 footmen, and to send them, at the king's costs, by some knight or other circumspect person, to Carlisle, by three weeks after Midsummer, ready to set forth against the Scots; the king being in want of men to pursue Robert de Brus and his accomplices, rebels.

Writ de intendendo, directed to constables, bailiffs and others of the land of Glamorgan.

Mandate to the said escheator to pay their wages to Carlisle out of the issues of the said lands in Glamorgan, to wit, to the conductor, if a knight, 3s., or if other, 2s. a day, and to every footman 2d. a day. [Parl. Writs: vol. i., p. 380.]

June 4. Carlisle.

Presentation of Geoffrey de Welleford to the church of Lyndewode, in the diocese of Lincoln, in the king's gift by reason of the lands of Matilda, one of the daughters and heirs of Stephen de Baiocis, tenant in chief, being in the king's hands.

May 5. Carlisle.

Appointment, for life, of Robert Menaut, king's yeoman, to the bailiwick called 'Northwarde,' in the forest of Knaresburgh, and he is to receive as much as others have been wont to do in that custody. By p.s.

Mandate in pursuance to Robert de Clifford, justice of the forest this side Trent.

June 1. Carlisle.

Presentation of Henry de Thorp to the church of Radestok, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Henry de Monte Forti, who held by knight service of the heir of Gilbert de Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford, tenant in chief.

May 21. Carlisle.

The like of John de Wynton to the church of Depedene, in the diocese of Winchester. By p.s.

June 1. Carlisle.

The like of Nicholas de Burton to the church of Corston Dynham, in the diocese of Bath and Wells, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Joceus de Dynham, tenant in chief.

MEMBRANE 10.

June 2. Carlisle.

Licence for the abbot and convent of Cirencestre to enclose a path 56 perches long and 6 feet wide, going through their court at Esthakeburn to the church of the said town, for the enlargement of the same, on condition that they make another.

June 3. Carlisle.

Grant to Hugh le Despenser, in recompense of 300l., in part payment of 2,000l. granted to him for the marriage of Hugh his son, of the custody during the minority of John the heir, of the lands late of Philip Paynel, tenant in chief, with knights' fees and dowers, and with the marriage of the heirs.

June 1. Carlisle.

Commission de walliis et fossatis to William de Carleton, William Houward, Giles de Mounpinzon and John le Bretun, in the county of Norfolk.

June 5. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in frank almoin by Walter son of William le Poure, knight, to the master and brethren of the hospital of St. John without the eastgate of Oxford, of pasture for eight oxen in his pasture at Otyndon.

June 8. Carlisle.

Pardon to Laurence de Hamelden, for taking to wife Joan, late the wife of John Tregoz, tenant in chief.

June 3. Carlisle.

The like to John Strech of his outlawry in the county of Gloucester, for non-appearance before the justices of the Bench on a plea of trespass of Thomas de Weston, parson of the church of Weston under Egge.

June 8. Carlisle.

Grant to the prioress and nuns of Romeseie, of the custody of their abbey on the death, cession, resignation or deposition of Philippa, their abbess. By bill of the Exchequer.

June 7. Carlisle.

Licence for Robert son of Walter, king's kinsman, tenant in chief—in pursuance of a licence for the executors of his will to have the custody of his manors of Hemehale and Disce, co. Norfolk, and Simpling, co. Suffolk, for four years after his death, for the payment of his debts—to demise the same for that period. By p.s.

June 4. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Hauvill, king's yeoman, of 38l. 4s. 4d., out of the fine of 40l. which Geoffrey de Hauvill, his father, late forester of the forest of Rokyngham, made for deterioration of his bailiwick, while it was in his charge. By p.s.

June 1. Carlisle.

The like to William Frere of Ashele of his outlawry before John Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Northampton, for the death of John de Meldeburn and William son of John de Stok, on condition that he surrender to Northampton gaol.

Vacated because surrendered and cancelled and otherwise in the second year of Edward [II.].

June 1. Carlisle.

The like to William son of Henry le Clerk of Wodeburgh of the like before Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, like justices in the county of Nottingham, for homicides, &c., on condition that he surrender to Nottingham gaol.

May 28. Carlisle.

Licence for Amice de la Rivere to grant, in fee simple, to John de la Rivere, her son, the manor of Hampton by Creckelade, held in chief, which Richard de la Rivere holds for life, with reversion to Amice, after the death of the said Richard, and for John, after the customary attornment by Richard, to re-grant it to Amice, if she survive Richard, with reversion to him and his heirs. By p.s.

Vacated because above.

MEMBRANE 9.

June 8. Carlisle.

Simple protection, until two years after Michaelmas, for John de Haveringg, staying in Gascony in the office of the seneschalcy.

June 2. Carlisle.

The like, for one year, for Master Nicholas de Tyngewyk, parson of the church of Raycolure.

June 1. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to Henry de Hales, king's yeoman, of the custody of the bailiwick of the forestry of Fulwath, within the metes of the forest of Knaresburgh. By p.s.

The like to John de Woxebrigge, king's yeoman, of the custody of the bailiwick of the forestry of Wherledale, within the same forest. By p.s.

June 4. Carlisle.

Pardon to John Sperhauek of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king, for trespasses and felonies, on condition that he surrender to Canterbury gaol.

June 8. Carlisle.

Simple protection, for two years, for John Wogan, staying in Ireland.

June 7. Carlisle.

Pardon to Agnes, late the wife of Roger de Sumery and Roger her son, for acquiring in fee from William son of Adam de Chetewynd the manor of Prestwode, with the bailiwick of keeping the hay of Asshewode, co. Stafford, which are within the metes of the forest of Kynefare, and are held in chief.

May 30. Carlisle.

Simple protection, for two years in Ireland, for Geoffrey de Caumvill, staying in England. By p.s.

May 20. Carlisle.

Grant to Edmund, the king's son—in extension of a grant made to him, 31 August, 34 Edward I., of land and rent to the value of 7,000 marks a year within two years—of the like to the value of another 1,000 marks. By p.s.

June 10. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Lucy for acquiring in tail a plot of waste called Wythehop, which he afterwards built upon and made a dwelling-place of, the manor of Whynfell, an eighth part of the town of Broghton, three messuages and 40 acres of land in Caldebeck, and a rent of 12 skips (skepparum) of flour in Aspatrik, co. Cumberland, from Alice de Lucy, deceased, who held them by knight service of Henry III., with reversion to the heirs of Alice; with licence for him to have them again. By fine of 10 marks.

May 19. Carlisle.

Pardon, at the instance of Aymer de Valencia, king's kinsman, to John Darcy, of all trespasses and any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

June 4. Carlisle.

The like to Thomas son of Roger de Wotton, in Knaresburgh gaol for the death of John de Stanhope, as it appears by the record of Hugh de Louther and Peter Becard, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

May 18. Carlisle.

The like to Simon son of Henry le Bedell of Dycheleye of his outlawry for non-appearance before John Boteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Oxford, for receiving Simon Taillard, John Alvered and William Alvered, felons, on condition that he surrender to Oxford gaol.

May 30. Carlisle.

Simple protection, for two years, for William de Caumvill, staying in England.

June 10. Carlisle.

Pardon to Edward Seman of Bulkynton of his outlawry for nonappearance before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Wilts, for the death of John Scot of Stepel Aston, on condition that he surrender to Salisbury gaol.

June 4. Carlisle.

The like to John de Patemere of the like before the same in the county of Somerset, for breaking the park of La Wyk, on condition that he surrender to Sumerset (sic) gaol.

June 10. Carlisle.

Letters for Gilbert the abbot and the convent of Bec Hellouin, nominating William de Ponte Episcopi his attorney in England for three years.

June 10. Carlisle.

Pardon to John de Hughham of Flemenewell of his outlawry for nonappearance before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, for trespasses, on condition that he surrender to gaol in that county.

June 4. Carlisle.

Write de intendendo, directed to the tenants of the priory of Merton, for William de Brokesburn, one of the canons, elected prior and confirmed by H. bishop of Winchester, the king having restored to him the temporalities.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to restore the temporalities of Pershore abbey to William de Herwynton, one of the monks, elected abbot and confirmed by W. bishop of Worcester By p.s.

MEMBRANE 8.

June 6. Carlisle.

Safe-conduct, until Michaelmas, for Brachius Gerardi and Grisius de Barbarine, merchants of the society of the Pulci and Rembertini of Florence, or any other persons of that society, who are coming to the realm to satisfy the creditors whom Hughelin Semp, John Riche and Guiottus Guidi, merchants of that society, lately dwelling in London, left when they withdrew from the realm. They are not to be molested for any debt due from them, and the debts due to them are to be levied as though they were the king's, but everything levied or paid is to be applied to the payment of the said creditors. Unless they arrive before the Assumption, these letters are to be of no effect.

June 28. Caldcoats. (Caldecote.)

Safe-conduct, until All Saints, for W. bishop of Worcester and Thomas de Berkeleye, going to the court of Rome on the king's embassage.

June 7. Carlisle.

Mandate to Robert de Haliwell, king's clerk, to hasten the despatch of 500 Welsh foot from the parts of North Wales whom the king lately commanded Edward, prince of Wales and earl of Chester, to have sent by Griffith Thowit, the prince's knight, and the said Robert to Carlisle by three weeks after Midsummer.

The like to the following, touching the Welsh levies:—

William de Stoweford, clerk, 500 from West Wales, to be brought by Morgan ap Mereduth, knight.

Stephen de la More, 500 from the parts of Glaumorgan and Usk, whom the king ordered to be selected by Walter de Gloucestre and Robert de Grendon. The diets are to be computed by the said Walter from the time of the departure of the said Stephen and the Welsh until they arrive at Carlisle, and their wages paid accordingly out of the issues of the bailiwick of the escheatorship beyond Trent.

Safe-conduct for the said Stephen.

The like for the above Morgan ap Mereduth and William de Stoweford.

The like for Griffith Thowit and Robert de Haliwell.

June 18. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to Matilda, wife of Roger Lestrange, in case she survive her husband, of 10l. a year from the farm of the town of Bedeford by the hands of the bailiffs, as the said Roger only holds lauds for life and holds none in fee, whereof she might have dower. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

June 2. Carlisle.

Pardon to Walter de Chaldecote of his outlawry for non-appearance before Peter Malorre and John Dabernoun. justices of oyer and terminer touching trespasses in Hugh le Despenser's parks in Wokking, co. Surrey, on condition that he surrender to Gildeford gaol.

Dec. 16. Carlisle.

The like to Thomas son of Walter de Chitecroft of the like before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex, for trespasses, on condition that he surrender to the same gaol.

1307. June 10. Carlisle.

The like to the abbot and convent of Tinterne for appropriating the church of Halvergate, in the diocese of Norwich, of their own advowson; with licence to retain it.

Vacated because below.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Simple protection, until All Saints, for Bartholomew, prior of St. Andrew's, Northampton, going beyond seas.

Grant, for life, to Rees Mailgun of 10 marks of rent, which John de Lythegraynes granted in fee simple to the king, in Dalton by Baynton, co. York. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance to the sheriff of York.

Grant to Mary, nun of Amesbury, the king's daughter, of the custody of the manors of Craneburne and Pympernet, held in chief, 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, with chaces and other things belonging to the manor of Craneburne, as entirely as Henry de Alemannia held it. By K. on the information of J. de Drokenesford.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Grant, for their lives, to Griffith ap Mereduk and Keuan ap Mereduk, his brother, of 19 marks rent which the men of Edenstowe, co. Nottingham, render at the Exchequer for the manor thereof, by the hands of the said men, with reversion to the king of 9 marks when one of them dies.

Mandate in pursuance to the said men.

June 21. Carlisle.

Letters for Ralph, abbot of St. Victor's, staying beyond seas, nominating Richard le Engleis and Robert Paree his attorneys for three years. By K. on the information of J. de Berewyk.

June 27. Carlisle.

Protection with clause volumus, until All Saints, for Thomas de Berkele, going to the court of Rome on the king's service. By p.s.

The like for Maurice de Berkele, William de Wauton and William le Gamage, going with him. By testimony of the said Thomas.

June 22. Carlisle.

Presentation of John atte Wode to the church of Pesemere, in the diocese of Salisbury, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Richard de Pesemere, who held by knight service of the heir of Brian de Braunton, tenant in chief.

June 28. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to P. cardinal bishop of Sabina, of 50 marks yearly at the Exchequer. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Protection with clause volumus, until All Saints, for John de Berkele, going to Rome with Thomas de Berkele on the king's service. By testimony of the said Thomas.

MEMBRANE 7.

May 21. Carlisle.

Pardon to William de Creye of 20l. lent to him at the time he crossed to Gascony on the king's service. By p.s.

June 16. Carlisle.

Letters for William de Estanye, archdeacon of Lincoln, staying beyond seas, nominating Richard de Wenlok and Simon Udde his attorneys for three years. By the treasurer.

June 16. Carlisle.

Grant, in fee simple, to the abbot and convent of Wynchecoumbe of 115 acres 1 rood, by the perch of 20 feet, of their own soil, out of the wastes in the forest of Wychewode, co. Oxford, to wit, 20 acres between the wood of the earl of Warwick and the demesne land of the manor of Astelegh; 2 acres between the queen's wood and the abbot's wood, 78½ acres 30 perches lying at the north end of 20 acres arrented to the abbot and convent between the wood of the earl of Warwick and the demesne land of the manor of Astelegh, and the field of the men of the township of Enstane ; 14½ acres 10 perches between the messuage and croft of Agnes de Blokesham of Dichelee and the abbot and convent's wood, on both sides of Grimmesdich; at a rent, by the hands of the sheriff, of 4s. 9¾d., whereat they were arrented by Walter de Gloucestre and William de Hardene; so that they enclose it with a small dyke and low hedge according to the assize of the forest.

June 21. Carlisle.

Protection with clause volumus, for three years in Ireland, for Otto de Grandisono, going beyond seas on the king's service. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Letters for him nominating Roger de Prestenden his attorney in Ireland. By K. on like information.

Licence, after inquisition ad quod damnum made by Roger de Heghham and Henry Spigurnel, as also by the sheriff of Bedford, for the master and brethren of the hospital of St. Leonard, Bedeford, to enclose a highway called Patbwey, leading through the hospital towards Elnestowe, between two walls of the hospital: on condition that they make another way on their own soil, notwithstanding that the new way will be ten perches longer than the old.

May 27. Carlisle.

Pardon to Thomas le Crouthere of Whitchurch of his outlawry, during his absence on the king's service in Scotland, for non-appearance before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Salop, the king having long since, in consideration of his service in Scotland, pardoned him all homicides, etc., and any consequent outlawry. By p.s.

June 10. Carlisle.

Pardon to the abbot and convent of Tintern for appropriating the church of Halvergate, in the diocese of Norwich, of their own advowson, with licence for them to retain it.

By the treasurer, because at another time he made fine by 100 marks for this pardon and for certain charters being confirmed.

June 16. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Hervey de Stanton, king's clerk, to the abbot and convent of St. Edmunds, of a messuage, 180 acres of land, 13 acres of meadow, 22 acres of pasture, an acre of wood and 38s. rent in Pakenham, Norton, Berton, Stowelangetot, Thurston and Ixeworth, whereof he lately had a grant for life from William de Buckeshale, with remainder to the said abbot and convent; in exchange for the latter granting to the said Hervey the manor of Stanton, for life.

June 16. Carlisle.

Licence for the prior and convent of Bridelington, to appropriate the church of Gousle, in the diocese of Lincoln, of their own patronage. By fine of 100l.

June 15. Carlisle.

Pardon for John de Shepeye, in Bedford gaol for the death of John Flye, alias Fleye, as it appears by the record of William Howard and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in that county, that he killed him in self-defence.

June 20. Carlisle.

Grant, for life, to John son of Peter son of Margaret de Wykesford, in consideration of his service in Scotland with horses and carts, of his having lost all his horses, waggons, and goods by the Welsh when they were in rebellion, of his 80 years of age, and blindness, and his inability to get his living by the labour of his body, of the livery of a brother in the hospital of Holy Innocents without Lincoln.

June 15. Carlisle.

The like to Walter Beket of Wythcale, in Lincoln gaol for the death of Gregory Scut of Louth, as it appears by the record of John de Nevill and Thomas de Burnham, justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in self-defence.

June 21. [Carlisle.]

Protection with clause volumus, until Christmas, for Henry de Guldeford, staying in the bishopric of Durham on the king's service. By p.s.

June 21. Carlisle.

Presentation of Henry de Craystok to the church of Geldeston, in the diocese of Norwich.

June 24. Carlisle.

Pardon to Henry Urry of his outlawry for non-appearance before William de Bereford and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Sussex: on condition that he surrender to Chichester gaol.

MEMBRANE 6.

June [13]. Carlisle.

Commission of oyer and terminer to John de Insula and Adam de Middelton, on petition before the king and council by William de Hestinge of the county of York, that whereas he was lately elected one of the twelve taxers of the thirtieth in the wapentake of Langebergh, co. York, by Geoffrey de Hothum and Alexander de Cave, principal collectors thereof, the rest of the twelve made a secret taxation and collection for themselves and the said principal collectors, and afterwards the latter beat him because he would not consent to the fraud. By pet. of C.

MEMBRANE 5.

June 2. Carlisle.

Pardon to William Tongard of the island of Gereseye, of his felony in entering the castle of Gereseye, breaking a chest in a room there, and carrying away a sword and a pair of gloves of Pampeluna, his subsequent evasion when taken and his abjuration of those islands for the same. By p.s.

June 21. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Richard de Lekford and William le Chaumberleyn to the abbess and convent of Shaftesbury of a messuage and 8 virgates of land in Henlegh, Gussich, Munecheneton and Wodecote. The fine is enrolled at the Exchequer.

June 30. Carlisle.

Pardon, at the request of Margaret, the queen consort, to Eleanor, late the wife of Robert de Stutevill, who is maintained by the king, of 40l. out of the 120l. exacted from her by the Exchequer for the debts as well of her late husband as of John de Stutevill his father; with licence for her to pay the residue at the rate of 20l. a year. By p.s.

June 20. Carlisle.

The like to Hugh Edwyne, of his outlawry for non-appearance before William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Somerset, for the death of Simon de Bradeneth, on condition that he surrender to Sumerton gaol.

June 28. Carlisle.

The like to William son of Ralph le Wryght of Monkehide, of his outlawry for non-appearance before the same justices in the county of Hereford, for the death of Nicholas Bytheweye of Prioreshope, he having been pardoned 10 November, 31 Edward I., for the same,

June 22. Carlisle.

The like to William le Flemyng, in Stafford gaol for the death of Adam le Flemyng, his brother, as it appears by the record of William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Stafford, that he killed him in self-defence.

June 20. Carlisle.

The like to Thomas son of Henry de Paylynton, of his outlawry for nonappearance in the county of Warwick when appealed by Matilda, late the wife of Hugh le Taillur of Coventry, of aiding and abetting the death of her husband, on condition that he surrender to Warwick gaol.

June 27. Carlisle.

Letters for W. bishop of Worcester, going to the court of Rome on the king's affairs, nominating Master John de Caleys and Richard de Bikerton, until All Saints.

Protection with clause volumus for him. By C.

May 26. Carlisle.

Grant to the prior and Carmelite friars of Newcastle-on-Tyne, in consideration of the new wall of the town passing through their close near their church and so restricting their quarters, of the place where the friars of the Sack used to dwell in that town. By p.s.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Protection with clause volumus, until All Saints, for the following, going with W. bishop of Worcester:—

Gilbert de Aketoft, clerk. By testimony of the said bishop.
William de Stoketh, clerk.
Master Benedict de Fereby.
Robert de Wychio, clerk.
John le Keu.
Roger Loveland.

The like for Robert de Prestebury, going beyond seas with Thomas de By testimony of the said Thomas.

June 26. Carlisle.

Pardon to John le Littestere, in Carlisle gaol for the death of Richard le Tyler, as it appears by the record of Hugh de Multon of Hoffe and Roger de Burton, late justices appointed to deliver that gaol, that he killed him in a state of madness.

June 6. Carlisle.

The like to Warin de Bassingburne, of 60l. of the debts of Warin de Bassingburne his grandfather, whose heir he is. By p.s.

June 28. Carlisle.

The like to William le Walesh, in Shrewsbury gaol for the death of William Martyn of Cherleye, as it appears by the record of William Martyn and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Salop, that he killed him in self-defence.

June 24. Carlisle.

The like to William de Edenesdon of his outlawry before William de Bereford and his fellows, like justices in the county of Sussex, for trespasses in that county.

June 28. Caldcoats.

The like to Ranulph de Monte Caniso for acquiring to himself and Albreda his wife and her heirs, from William le Bygod, the manor of Messeworth, held in chief.

MEMBRANE 4.

June 28. Caldcoats.

The like to Adam de Clatercote, in Warwick gaol for the death of John son of Richard de Sutton, as it appears by the record of Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Warwick, that he killed him in self-defence.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by William de Ferrariis to the prior and convent of Ulvescroft of 67 acres of waste in Groby, held in chief.

Pardon to John son of Albreda of his outlawry for non-appearance before William de Ormesby and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Suffolk, for a trespass committed against William le Seler, John del Pannes, Walter de Pavillions and Hugh, serjeant of Robert Bardolf, bailiffs of the earl of Gloucester, in the fair of Wanteford by Clare, and for the death of William le Moyne of Wylburham, on condition that he surrender to gaol in that county.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Licence for Master Thomas de Pyveleston to keep a grant made to him, during her widowhood, by Joan, sometime countess of Gloucester and Hertford, the king's daughter, deceased, of the custody and profit belonging to her, during the minority of the heir, of all the lands which Bogo de Clare held sometime in Lambcumbe, Kaerliun and Lambenyth, saving moneyrents which Bogo acquired in Kaerliun and Lambenyth, and also all rents and possessions which he sometime had in Kaerliun and Lambenyth. By p.s.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Protection, for three years, for the hospital of Lepers of the Holy Innocents without Lincoln.

The like with clause rogamus, for three years, for John de Calghhill, the warden, and the brethren of the said hospital.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Grant to John de Uvedale of the marriage of Peter, kinsman and one of the heirs of Peter de Champaigne, tenant in chief. By p.s.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert Bagod as a justice of the Bench in Dublin, in the room of Thomas de Snyterby. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Mandate in pursuance to the justices, to admit him.

The like to John Wogan, justiciary of Ireland.

June 24. Carlisle.

Grant to Ralph de Monte Hermeri, earl of Gloucester, in lieu of a grant to him, in fee simple, of the earldom of Athol and the lands pertaining thereto in Scotland, but which the king now proposes to grant to David son of John, sometime earl of Athol, of 10,000 marks, for him to buy land to the value of 1,000 marks a year for the maintenance of himself and his children by Joan the king's daughter. The said David will pay 5,000 marks thereof by agreements made with the earl before the king and council. For the other 5,000 marks the king grants him the custody, during the minority of the heir, of all the lands in Wales and the March of Wales without counties, which, by the death of the said Joan and by reason of the minority of Gilbert son and heir of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester and Hertford, were taken into the king's hands, together with advowsons of churches belonging thereto: so that he answer for the surplus, if any, at the Exchequer. By p.s.

Writ de intendendo directed to the tenants.

Mandate in pursuance to Master Henry de Lancarvan, to whom the king committed the custody of the castle of Kaerdyf and the office of chancellor in the parts of Glamorgan and receiver of the issues of lands there, to deliver to the earl the said castle and armour, and not to intermeddle further in his said offices. By p.s.

The like with respect to the custody of the following castles and bailiwicks:—

William son of Richard le Flemmyng to deliver the castle of Kaerfili.

John de Turbervill to deliver the castles of Neuburgh and Kaerlyon.

Ralph Hathewy to deliver the castle of Usk and the bailiwick pertaining thereto.

John de Wynton to deliver the castle of Neeth and the bailiwick pertaining thereto.

Robert le Seer to deliver the castle of Lantrissan.

Roger du Lyt to deliver the castle of Kennefek.

Licence for him to buy land to the value of 1,000 marks a year. By p.s.

Pardon to him of all debts due from him and Joan his late wife, as well others as those wherein they were bound for the debts of Gilbert de Clare, late earl of Gloucester and Hertford, and their recognizances thereof in the Chancery, Exchequer or elsewhere are to be null and void; and the king will betake himself, for the payment of the latter, to the heirs of the said Gilbert when they come of age. By p.s.

Mandate to Walter de Gloucestre, escheator beyond Trent, to deliver to him any custodies which fell to him and Joan his wife before the death of Joan, and which, as the chattels of the said Ralph, were taken into the king's hands by reason of the said debts. By p.s.

The like to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer, to discharge him of the said debts. By p.s.

The like to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of Dublin, to discharge him and to charge them upon the heirs of the late earl.

The like to the sheriff of Lincoln, to deliver him lands in that bailiwick which the king took into his hands by reason of the said debts.

MEMBRANE 3.

June 20. Carlisle.

Licence, for life, for Edmund Bacun to hunt with his own dogs the hare, fox and cat in the forest of Essex, except during the fence month.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Master Adam de Roston to the prior and brethren of the Hospital of St. John of Jerusalem in England of 3s. rent in Skardeburgh.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Licence for Roger de Sancto Andrea to enfeoff Richard de Sancto Andrea of 70 acres of land, 2 acres of meadow, 30s. of rent and a sixth part of a mill in Henxton, co. Cambridge, held in chief.

April 13. Carlisle.

Pardon to John le Cros, of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king in the county of Surrey, for felonies : on condition that he surrender to Guldeford gaol.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Letters for John Mautravers and Eleanor his wife, staying in England, nominating John Seward and William le Clerk his attorneys in Ireland, until a year after Michaelmas.

July 5. Caldcoats.

Grant to John de Drokenesford, king's clerk, in compensation of 400 marks, owing to him, of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the lands late of John Byset, tenant in chief, extended at 69l. 9s. 3d., with the marriage of the heirs; so that he answer for the surplus, if any, at the Exchequer. By the treasurer.

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

June 28. Caldcoats.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Nicholas son of Thomas le Clerk of Kirkeby to the prioress and convent of Carhou of a messuage, 28 acres of land and 4 acres of marsh in Wroxham.

July 6. Holme Cultram.

Letters for Joan, late the wife of James de Bohun, staying in England, nominating Stephen de Tiddesmersh and Geoffrey de Morton her attorneys in Ireland for two years.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Pardon to Henry le Armurer, of his outlawry on a plea of trespass of Richard de Hoton, prior of Durham, for non-appearance before Guichard de Charroun, Henry de Gildeford and Geoffrey de Hertelpol, justices of oyer and terminer appointed by the king within the liberty of the bishopric of Durham while it was in the king's hands, on condition that he surrender to Durham gaol.

[June 28.] Caldcoats.

Licence for Gerard de Wachesham to grant in fee simple to Giles son of Gerard de Wachesham the advowson of the church of Stanstede, held in chief, and the reversion of the manor of Stanstede, held in chief, which Master Henry de Bradenham holds for life.

Pardon to John son of Thomas Samuel the elder of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king for felonies, on condition that he surrender to Canterbury gaol.

The like to Edmund de Ho for non-appearance in the county of Suffolk on a plea of trespass of William de Everesdon, parson of the church of Ryseby, on condition that he surrender to gaol in that county.

June 28. Caldcoats.

The like to the abbot and convent of S. Radegunds by Dover, for acquiring in mortmain 3 acres of land in Alkham from Thomas son of Saramunda; a rent of ½lb. of pepper in Sottemere from Thomas Walter; 5 acres of land in Cumbe from Alan de Twynewode; 4 acres of land in Hauekinge from Richard de Twetton; 2½ acres of land in Pathelesworth from Richard le Hod, and an acre of land in Pysingg from Robert le Vrode and John le Vrode.

Pardon to William de Valoynes, for a fine of 50 marks made before W. bishop of Coventry and Lichfield, treasurer, and Hugh le Despenser, justice of the forest beyond Trent, for taking a stag in the forest of Wyndesore. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

Protection with clause volumus, in Ireland, for two years, for John de Crettingg, going to Scotland on the king's service.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Assignment to Hugh le Despenser of the above 50 marks, wherein William de Valoynes made fine, in part payment of 2000l. granted to Hugh for the marriage of his eldest son. By K. on the information of the treasurer.

MEMBRANE 2.

July 1. Caldcoats.

Mandate to John Dymmok and Robert de Wormnhale, to collect the pontage which the king has granted to them for the bridge of Harpeford, co. Oxford.

July 8. Holme Cultram.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain by Roger de Ludham of Herlingflet to the prior and convent of St. Olaves, Herlingflet, of 18 acres of land in Herlingflet in exchange for 18 acres in the same town.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Mandate to the merchants of the society of the Friscobaldi of Florence, collectors of the custom of wool, hides and wool fells, to deliver out of the issues thereof to the merchants of the society of the Mozi 240 marks wherein the latter are bound to Amaneuus de Lebreto. By the treasurer.

Pardon to William Wolf of Kynkeleye, in Leicester gaol for the death of John [son of] William Drinkemilk, as it appears by the record of Peter de Malo Lacu and his fellows, justices assigned to deliver that gaol, that he killed him by misadventure.

[June 28.] Caldcoats.

The like to Robert son of Geoffrey de Pavely, of his outlawry before the Bench on an appeal of Paulinus de Pavely for the death of Richard de Pavely father of Paulinus, who was killed in the county of Nottingham, on condition that he surrender to Nottingham gaol.

July 6. Caldcoats.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain, by Robert son of Robert Russel, to the prior and convent of Bradenestok, of a messuage and a carucate of land in West Tokham, in exchange for a messuage and a carucate of land in Lydyerd Milicent. By fine of 40s.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Mandate to the collectors of procurations appointed in the diocese of Coventry and Lichfield by P. bishop of Sabina, papal nuncio, to levy procurations there notwithstanding the king's mandates to the contrary.

June 29. Caldcoats.

Pardon to John Metable, of his outlawry for non-appearance before the king to make ransom for a trespass against the peace committed by him against Robert le Bolde of Thyngden, whereof he was convicted, on condition that he surrender to Norhampton gaol.

June 28. Caldcoats.

The like to William son of Henry de Wardyngton of the like before John de Buteturte and his fellows, justices of oyer and terminer in the county of Oxford, for the death of Simon le Keu, on condition that he surrender to Oxford gaol.

June 28. Caldcoats.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain, by Edmund de Passeleye, of 120 acres of land in Tichehurst, Lamberhurst and Wadehurst, to a chaplain to celebrate divine service daily in the chapel of Passeleye for his soul and those of his ancestors and successors.

June 28. Caldcoats.

The like by Philip de Intebergh to the abbot and convent of St. Augustin's, Canterbury, of 10 acres of land in Littleburn.

MEMBRANE 1.

June 6. Carlisle.

Simple protection, for three years, for John de Sancto Leodegario, going to Gascony on the king's service to John de Havering, seneschal of Gascony.

Letters for him nominating Thomas de Sancto Leodegario and John Lemman his attorneys.

The like for Robert de Cribetot, staying in England, nominating John de la Montaigne the younger in Ireland, until two years after Michaelmas.

July 6. Burgh on Sands.

The like for Geoffrey de Caunvill staying in England, nominating John Vyn and John Bacun in Ireland, for two years. By p.s.

April 28. Carlisle.

Simple protection, for two years, for Master Thomas de Wymundham, parson of the church of Aldrington, staying beyond seas.

July 3. Carlisle.

Licence for the alienation in mortmain, by John de Leyston and Theobald his son, to the abbot and convent of Leyston of 3½ acres of pasture in Leyston in exchange for 16 acres 3 roods of land there.

July 6. Burgh on Sands.

Letters for William de Caunvill, staying in England, nominating John Vyn and John Bacun his attorneys in Ireland for two years.

Memorandum of the death of Edward I. at Burgh on Sands, 7 July 1307. [Fœdera.]