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Calendar of Patent Rolls, Henry III: Volume 3, 1232-1247. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1906.

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MEMBRANE 11d.

1242.Jan. 27. Westminister.

The common pleas of the county of Middlesex are summoned to be at the Stone Cross of la Straund on Tuesday after the octaves of the Purification before those whom the king shall appoint to be justices.

The form of writ is contained in the Patent Roll of the 23rd year.

MEMBRANE 10d.

This is the form of the writ patent sent to the king on behalf of the abbot and convent of Bec.

To H. king of England &c., his lord, H. abbot of Bec and the convent of the same place. As it frequently happens that they are fraudulently drawn into a plea before the king or the king's justices or other bailiffs touching lands and possessions in England, in order that by their default, the possessions or lands sued against them may be more easily recovered, or money extorted from them, because, partly by the dangers of the ways, weakness of body, short summons, or lacking the special licence of the king of France, which in these times can be obtained scarcely or only with great difficulty, to defend their lands and possessions or sue their right against others, they are not able to get to England, they have appointed William, their monk, the bearer, as their proctor to win or lose in all pleas affecting their house in England, for five years, and they will ratify whatever is ordered to be done by judgment of the king's court, so that if the said W. lose any lands or possessions, by judgment of the king's court, they will never, according to the custom of the realm, claim any right therein. May it, therefore, please the king to admit the said W. as their proctor and to cause his justices and other bailiffs to admit him, and they will ever pray to God and Jesus Christ to grant him in this life happiness and in the life to come blessedness.

Feb. 7. Windsor.

Mandate to all persons of the county of Devon, to take speedy counsel how the parts towards the Isle of Lunday may be guarded, so that they may not suffer damage by the king's enemies who maintain themselves in that island ; knowing that unless they do this, the king has given orders to Henry de Trascy, Reginald de Valle Torta, Philip de Bello Monte and Geoffrey Dinaunt to keep the peace at their expense by the counsel of the sheriff and to manfully resist the wiles of the said enemies.

Mandate to the said four knights that if the men of the county will not do this, the king will cause those parts to be guarded at their cost by the said four.

Mandate to the sheriff of Devon to show the said letters to all persons of the counrty and to induce them to execute the king's orders ; and to signify to the king how all persons of the county behave in this matter, and if through their default the said four guard those parts, to make provision by his counsel how at the expense of all that can be done.

William de Culewurth has been appointed with those whom he associates with himself to enquire touching all those who were in the robbery lately committed against Master William de Taydon, in the house of the said William, and to attach those whom he shall find guilty, until the king cause fuller justice to be done on them.

March 1. Windsor.

MEMBRANE 9d.

Commission to John Lestrange and Henry de Aldithele to hear the right which Roger de Monte Alto claims in the court of Mohaut, of the one part, and likewise the right which David son of Llewelin says he has in the same land and to enquire of the truth touching the right of either. They are to meet at Mohaut on the morrow of Mid Lent and hear the reasons (rationes) which both of them put forward on their behalf, diligently enquire into the right of either party, and to reduce to writing both the reasons and their finding and send the same under their seals to the king, so that justice may be done to both sides. They are to warn the parties to be before the king on the morrow of the Close of Easter to hear and receive what the court will declare.

Mandate to J. de Munemue, keeper of Kaermerdin and Kardigan and South Wales, to call into his presence the knights and free men of Kaermerdin and Kardigan and from every town four good men and the reeve, and to cause inquisition to be made by their oaths upon the following articles to wit:—

How much land is held by every tenant in chief and by what service.

Who owe suit at the county court, who have withdrawn from doing suit, for what time and by what warrant.

What lands have been alienated from the king's demesnes since the time of Henry II, and in the time of which king, and by which king or bailiffs or others, who hold these lands, and by what service and warrant.

Touching the metes and bounds of counties, and whether any have encroached within them upon the king.

Touching the customs of counties, and who have withdrawn themselves from these and who have drawn to themselves liberties which they should not have and used not to have and by what warrant.

Which are and ought to be the king's ports, and who have made any ports to the nuisance of the king's ports, and by what warrant.

Touching . . . . . to the nuisance of the king's fisheries, and who are those who have made and raised them (et qui sint illi qui illos et illas fecerunt et levarerunt) and since when.

What forests and demesne woods are and ought to be the king's and which ought to belong to the castle and county of Kaermerdin, who have alienated any part of these and hold such alienations.

Touching boys and girls (de vadlettis et puellis) who are and ought to be in the king's ward, who has these and through whom and how much land belongs to them.

Touching ladies (dominabus) who are and ought to be of the king's grant, whether they be married or not and if married to what person or persons and through whom, and what is the value of the land which belongs to them.

Touching escheats belonging to the king what they are, who hold them and through whom and by what service, and their yearly value.

Touching churches in the king's gift; what they are, who hold them and at whose presentation and their value.

Touching the king's serjeanties ; what they are, who hold them, and through whom, what kind and what yearly value.

Touching purprestures upon the king whether on land or water, whether on any liberty or anywhere and who made them and hold them and by what warrant.

March 16. Walden.

MEMBRANE 8d.

Andrew de Kardinan, Hugh de Kardinan, Henry de Bodrigan and Hugh de Bello Campo are justices to take an assize of darrein presentment which Simon de Treiagu and Lucy his wife arramed against Walter de Tyganbret and Isabel his wife touching the advowson of the church of Landygan.

Afterwards Andrew de Chaunceus was joined with them, and it was commanded to them when they take the assize not to proceed to give judgment, but to cause that record to come before the justices at Westminster by two of them, that a day may be fixed for the parties there to hear their judgment.

March 13. Walden.

Appointment of Henry de Bathonia and William de Sancto Edmundo to assess the tallage on the cities, boroughs and the king's demesnes in the counties of Gloucester, Hereford, Worcester and Oxford, except the demesnes newly let to farm.

March 28. Chippenham.

Mandate to the barons of the port of Winchelese to have ready the whole service due of the ships from their port at Portesmue on Palm Sunday to go on the king's service, as well as the other ships arrested in their port against the king's passage capable of carrying sixteen horses or more on the same day. The king is also unwilling that by any previous mandate for the arrest or preparing of ships against the said passage, there shall be any derogation of their liberty.

The like to the barons of Rie, Hastings, Dover, Rumenhale, Hethe, Sandwich.

MEMBRANE 7d.

April 24. Windsor.

Order to the sheriff of Cumberland, on a day appointed by the bishop of Glasgow and Henry de Balloyl, to meet these at the manor of Penred, and there, with the prior of Carlisle, who has the same order from the king, and with two knights whom the said bishop and Henry will nominate to the sheriff and the prior on behalf of Alexander, king of Scots, to extend 60l. of land which the king is bound to assign to that king, reduce such extent into writing and under his and the has prior's seals let the king have it, so that the king may judge wherein they consist. And afterwards to give seisin to the said king of the said 60l. of land and of the manors of Langwadeby, Saleghull, Scotteby, Scureby and Karlaton.

The like to the said prior.

April 7. Windsor.

MEMBRANE 6d.

Acknowledgment by Gilbert de Gegrave (sic) that he has received from the king the castle of Kenillewuth to keep in his fealty, during pleasure, in this form, to wit, that he will surrender it to none but the king during his life, and in case of the king's death during the said custody to none but Queen Eleanor to the use of the king's heir, and in case she cannot come personally, to none but one of the queen's uncles not of the fealty of the king of France, to the use of the said heir. And for the faithful observance of this he has sworn on the holy gospels before the king.

In like manner B. de Cryoyl has bound himself for the castles of Dover, Canterbury and Rochester.

In like manner, Richard de Munfichet has bound himself for the castles of Hertford and Colecestre.

Protection for the following so long as they are on the king's service beyond seas:—

Oliver de Albiniaco.

William Talebot.

Gerard Talebot.

John Talebot.

Nicholas de Bolevill.

Roger de Haswell.

Thomas de Sutton, king's chaplain.

MEMBRANE 5d.

Protection with clause volumus for Geoffrey de Bathonia, king's cook, so long as he be beyond seas with the king.

The like for the following:—

William le Fraunceys.

Hugh de Vivona.

Master John de Sandon, king's cook.

Roger de Sumery.

George le Defuble.

William, the queen's sauser.

William de Rivers.

John Maunsel.

William le Blund.

H. de Bohun, earl of Essex and Hereford.

Geoffrey de Maundevill.

William de Albiniaco.

Thomas de Pulton.

Geoffrey de Childwik.

Robert de Mares.

Alexander de Monte Forti.

Geoffrey de Duncheved.

Richard de Burgo.

William son of Robert de Northbiry.

German the tailor.

Master Richard the cook.

William de Rading.

Henry le Breton.

John de Bret.

Agnes Gring.

Ralph de Sancto Amando.

Geoffrey the Sauser.

Ralph son of Randolf.

Robert de Pirrow.

Gilbert le Escot.

Matthew de Mauthebi.

Peter de Campania.

W. de Fortibus.

Geoffrey son of Baldwin de Burewell.

Henry de Hastinges.

Richard de Clifford.

Joan de Samford.

Walter de King'ston.

Martin Gulafre.

Henry Crok.

Simon de Norwico.

William de Burgo.

Patrick de Chaurcis.

Nicholas de Poinz.

W. de Cantilupo, the younger.

Paulinus Peyvre.

Andrew Luterel.

Adam Mauveysin.

Thomas Gredle.

Hugh de Boeles.

Nicholas de Semor.

The abbot of Evesham.

William de Stanes.

Richard Russel.

William de Oddingesheles.

Theobald de Englechevill.

William de Sancto Albano.

Roger Wastehos.

Henry de Coudray.

Peter de Bedinton.

John de Stapele.

Fulk de Mungumery.

Geoffrey de Langeleye.

William le Franceys.

R. le Bigod, earl of Norfolk.

William de Fanecurt.

Geoffrey le Sauser.

Richard Suward.

Traer ab Poel.

John de Lexinton.

Roger de Cressy.

Thomas de Audeham.

Warm son of Gerold.

Robert de Mara.

Roger de Frivill.

The countess of En.

Herbert son of Matthew.

Ralph son of Nicholas.

Ralph de Haya.

John de Haya.

William Talebot.

John and Gerard his brothers.

Robert de Soterton.

Peter Chaceporc.

Walter de Luton.

William de la Merle.

Hugh de Fereres.

Alvred de Lincolnia.

Robert de Gines.

John de Berneres.

W. Marshal, earl of Pembroke.

Robert son of Rowland de Sutton.

Walter de Dunstanvill.

John son of Thomas.

Henry fil le Rey.

Matthew de Brioyne.

Robert de Mucegros.

Richard de Bello Campo.

Geoffrey de Wulward.

John de Aencurt.

William de Gray.

Thomas de Pavilly.

Ralph de Horkeleg.

Reginald de Argentun.

John de Grey.

James de Frivill.

John de Mares.

Jam' Hoese.

Thurstan le Despenser.

William de Fortibus.

Warn de Munchanese.

William de Caperun.

Hubert Heuse.

Henry Heose.

Hamo son of Nicholas de Winchelesse.

William de Aumbervill.

Richard de Ivetoft.

Richard de Dovor.

Hugh de Buelles.

Geoffery de Bosco.

William de la Lund.

Eudo de Shelfhanger.

Robert Russel.

Robert de Sibethorp.

William de Say.

Ellen late the wife of John de Stanford and Gervase her son.

Vassal Affoylinis.

Master Roger de Ros, railor.

William de Gaugi.

Gilbert de Halteclou.

Walter de Kingeston.

William de la Bere.

Reginald de Cundy.

Richard de la Rochele.

John son of Geoffrey.

The earl of Devon.

Hamo son of Nicholas de Winchelese.

Simon le Chamberleng.

Drew de Barentin.

John de Plesseto.

Rowland de Vesci.

William de Vesci.

Walter Marshal.

William de Fortibus.

Simon de Chiteham.

William de Feines and Enger[rand] his son.

William son of Henry.

William de Aula.

William de Reding.

Gaudinus de Albo Monasterio.

William la Zuche.

Alan la Zuche.

John de Nevill.

Ernulf de Muntenay.

Adam Mauveysin.

Nicholas de Saunford.

William de Sifrewast.

Philip Basset.

Adam de Gurdun.

Roger de Leicestre.

Thomas le Bauzan.

William de Insula.

26 HENRY III.—PART 2.

Roll of Patents after the king's crossing into Gascony.

[This roll is attested by W. archbishop pf York, unless oitherwise sperified.]

MEMBRANE 4.

1242.May 17. Westminster.

Grant to Robert de Cantuaria, the younger, of the church of S. Mary le Bow, London, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury; and presentation of him to Master S. archdeacon of Canterbury for institution in the same.

Acknowledgment that the prior of Kenillewurth has paid the 20l. which he promised against the king's crossing into Gascony.

May 20. Westminster.

Grant to Robert Passelewe, clerk, of the prebend in the church of St. Paul, London, late of Master Benedict, sometime chamberlain and chaplain of the pope, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of London ; with mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter of St. Paul's.

May 21. Westminster.

To the barons, knights and others of the county of Devon. The king is sending William Bardulf to keep the peace with them in those parts and to make inquisition touching those who lately presumed to attempt something against the peace, and he commands them to be intendant to him, lending him counsel and aid.

By the said archbishop of York with the counsel of W. bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo, and in the presence of R. bishop of Chichester, the chancellor, W. bishop of Worcester, W. de Eboraco, provost of Beverley and R. Passelewe.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Richard de Munfichet to the custody of the honor of Boulogue, to answer for it at the Exchequer ; with mandate to the tenants to be intendant to him as their warden.

Mandate to Henry de Neketon to deliver the castles of Norwich and Oreford, which are in his custody, to Hamo Passelewe to keep during pleasure.

Appointment of Robert de Lexinton, Robert de Bello Campo, Jordan Oliver and Richard de Wrotham, in the counties of Somerset and Dorset, as justices to take assizes of novel disseisin, to deliver gaols and to enquire touching vagrants and thieves.

Mandate to the bailiffs and good men of Bristol to give unhesitating credence to what William Bardulf will say to them on behalf of the king touching those things which pertain to the preservation of the peace and the grieving of the king's enemies.

May 24. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Crepping to the custody of the lands late of Roger Bertram ; with mandate to the tenants to be intendant to the said Robert.

The like to the bishop of Durham touching the lands in his bishopric.

Appointment of Gerard la Grue to the custody of the lands late of Peter de Malo Lacu for 500 marks to be paid yearly to the king at the Exchequer, saving to the king wards, escheats, reliefs and marriages, and advowsons of churches: and writ de intendendo to the tenants of the lands.

Grant to Ernulf de Berkelay of the church of Halton, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury, with mandate to Master S. archdeacon of Canterbury, to institute him.

June 1. Westminster.

Grant to Master Nicholas de Sancto Albano of the church of La Penne, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Coventry and Lichfield, with mandate to Master R. archdeacon of Stafford, to institute him.

June 1. Chelmsford.

Royal assent to the ordination made of Henry, monk of St. Denis in France, whom Odo abbot of that house has appointed to his priory of Derhurst, and mandate to the sheriff of Oxford to give him seisin, and to the tenants to be intendant to him as prior.

Agatha de Navesby and Amabilla de Rowell, fellownuns of the prioress and convent of St. Mary de Pre, Northampton, bringing news of the death of Cicely their abbess, have licence to elect.

June 8. Colchester

Royal assent to the election of Geoffrey, canon of Dunstaple, to be prior of the same house, with mandate to the tenants to be intendant to him.

June 15. Ipswich.

The like to the election of Agatha de Navesby to be abbess of St. Mary de Pré, Northampton ; with mandate to R. bishop of Lincoln, to do his part herein.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Ralph de Camois as sheriff of the counties of Sussex and Surrey.

June 20. Norwich

Walter, prior of St. Augustine's, Bristol, and Thomas de Camme, bringing news of the cession of William, their abbot, have licence to elect.

June 22. Norwich.

Mandate to John son of Simon to deliver the castle of Mitford, which belonged to Roger Bertram and is in his custody, to Robert de Crepping to keep during pleasure.

Mandate to the said Robert to receive it.

July 9. Westminster.

Appointment of Hugh de Lissebun to distrain all tenants of lands who owe castle-guard rents (wardas) to the castle of Dover, to do that said guard (wardam) ; and mandate to all sheriffs in whose bailiwicks such lands are to be aiding to him therein.

July 13. West minster.

Mandate to John Durvassal to deliver the castle of Warwick, which was in his custody, to Philip de Ascelles, to whose custody the king has committed it during pleasure.

July 16. Westminster.

Grant to Master Nicholas de Sancto Albano of the church of Wadenho, with mandate to R. bishop of Lincoln to institute him.

Royal assent to the election of William, chamberlain of Keynesham, to be abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol; with mandate to W. bishop of Worcester, to do his part herein.

Presentation of Walter de Wautham to the church of Little Chert, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury, with mandate to Master S. archdeacon of Canterbury, to institute him.

July 18. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Daundely to the custody of the manor of Gillingham with the king's houses and park, to answer at the Exchequer for the issues and profits; and mandate to all men of Gillingham to be intendant to him as their bailiff.

Mandate to G. de Segrave, justice of the forest, to deliver the same to him.

July 20. Westminster.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert Giffard to the custody of the manor of Whaddon; with mandate to the good men of Whaddon to be intendant to him.

Mandate to the sheriff of Buckingham to deliver the manor to him.

July 14. Westminster.

MEMBRANE 3.

Acknowledgment that Richard de Bovill, constable of the Tower of London, has delivered to the king William de Mariscis, Emery de Beaufo, Reginald de Mariscis, Robert de Montibus and Richard, chamberlain of the said William de Mariscis, whom he had in his custody in the king's prison.

Presentation of Richard son of Peter le Peytevyn to the church of Iwade, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury ; directed to Master S. de Langeton, archdeacon of Canterbury.

The king sends to the fair of Len Henry de Wengham and Jordan de Eynho to make prises and purchases for the king of cloth by view and testimony of two good men of London and two others of Northampton, and it is commanded to all merchants coming to that fair to be intendant to them, knowing that the price at which the cloths taken by them are appraised will be paid at the next fair of Northampton.

July 27. Westminster.

Mandate to W. bishop of Norwich, the king having heard that the king of France has caused all merchants of his power to be arrested with their merchandise, to arrest all merchants of the power of the king of France coming to the fair of Len, with their merchandise, but not by reason of this mandate to arrest merchants of the power of the Emperor or of Brabant or Flanders ; and this by view of Henry de Wengham.

The like mandate to the bailiffs of the fair of Len.

July 30. Mortlake.

Mandate to Robert de Crepping, by view of the sheriff of Northumberland, to let to farm for three years all the demesnes of all the lands late of Roger Bertram and in his custody.

Aug. 1. Mortlake.

Mandate to the men of Sussex to be intendant to B. de Crioyl, constable of Dover, in the munition of the castle of Dover, and in the salvation of the realm by land and sea, and to be diligent herein.

Tested by W. de Gantilupo.

The like to the men of Surrey, Kent and Essex.

Aug. 5. Windsor.

Royal assent to the election of W. chamberlain of Keynesham to be abbot of St. Augustine's, Bristol; with mandate to W. bishop of Worcester to do his part herein.

Writ de intendendo to the tenants.

Aug. 18. Kempton.

Presentation of Master Ralph de Neketon to the church of Otteford, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury; with mandate to Master S. archdeacon of Canterbury to institute him.

Writ to all sheriffs, reeves of towns, and other bailiffs, through whose bailiwicks the sheriffs of London conducting the king's treasure shall pass, to lend effective counsel and aid, according to that which the sheriffs will say to them on the king's behalf, in having the treasure safely lodged at nights and brought to Winchester.

Aug. 23. Winchester.

Mandate to B. de la Hos' to deliver the king's goshawk in his custody to the bearer, to be sent to the count of Flanders and Hainault, to whom the king has given it.

The like to Fulk Peynforir.

Safe-conduct, until All Saints, by sea and land, for John and Robert, falconers of the count of Flanders and Hainault, in taking the said goshawks to their lord.

To Mabel late the wife of Roger Torpell. She must well remember that the king gave the custody of the land and heirs of the said Roger de Torpell, with the marriage of the heirs, to R. bishop of Chichester, the chancellor, during the minority of the heirs, whereof, because William, the eldest son and heir, has died, the king commands her, as she loves herself and her goods, not to eloign Acelota, sister and next heir of the said William, whom the chancellor committed to her ward to nurse, but to deliver her to the messenger of the said bishop bearing these letters with letters of the bishop testifying that he is his messenger.

Mandate to the sheriff of Norhampton, if she do not deliver her to the bishop or his messenger, to distrain her to do so by her lands and goods in that county.

Aug. 24. Winchester

Safe-conduct for the ship of Walter le Flemeng, burgess of Southampton, called La Jonette, with the men and merchandise in her, in going once beyond seas to trade and in once returning; on condition that no men be contained in her except such as are of the king's fealty.

Mandate to the mayor and good men of Oxford, as the sheriff of Oxford is too much engaged to attend constantly to the preservation of the peace in that town and the king has thought fit that Peter Turald should be associated with the sheriff herein, to attend to this with the same sheriff and Peter and one of them when the other cannot attend and use such diligence that the king may commend them.

Aug. 25. Winchester.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert Passelewe to the custody of the abbey of St. Edward, Shaftesbury, with mandate to the tenants to be intendant to him.

Mandate to Roger de Wrth, late bailiff of Nicholas de Molis, to deliver without delay the son and heir of Henry Byset, whom he has with him, to the constable of Pontefract. By the archbishop and the whole council.

To all masters of ships who have come or are coming to Portesmuth for the crossing of the king's treasure and of the knights about to come to him in Poitou. The king has appointed his clerks William Hardel and John de Colemere to deliver the said ships to the said knights and to make payment of the freight of the said ships, as also of the liveries of the said masters as of the mariners of the said ships ; and therefore he commands them to be intendant to the said William and John herein.

Protection, for one year from Michaelmas, for Elias de Trie, merchant of Gisors, coming to England, with his men, ships, goods and merchandise.

Grant to John de Broc, chaplain, of the vicarage of the church of Bulebrok, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of London; with mandate to the dean and chapter of St. Paul's, London, to admit him.

Aug. 28. Winchester

Appointment of William de Cantilupo the younger, John de Gray, Philip Basset and Paulinus Peyvre as constables and leaders of the knights crossing this time to Poitou by order of the king.

Remission to the abbot of Morgan of the king's indignation for his receiving of William de Mariscis and his men, and reception of him into the king's grace; and mandate to all persons to do no injury to the abbot or his men or his goods on that account.

Aug. 30. Woking.

Protection and safe-conduct, until further order, for Thierry de Lewes and Henry Gerst' and their fellows, merchants of the land of H. duke of Lorraine and Brabant, coming to England with goods and merchandise in a ship which Henry de Anwerp leads; the said duke having by his letters informed the king that he is well pleased that merchants of the realm shall enjoy safe-conduct in his land and power.

The like for merchants of the said land in divers ships, to wit, Jory de Lewes, Lambert de Lewes, Godfrey de Lewes, Reyner de Lewes, Giles de Lewes, Henry le Long, William de Lewes, Arnulf son of Ascelin' de Malines, John de Malines, John de Luveyn, Giles de Luveyn, Arnald son of William de Malines, Boidinus de Malines, Thierry le Long, Henry de Lewes, Sebastian de Malines, John de Ak', John de Dest', and Eustace de Dest' and their fellows of the power of the duke of Brabant.

Sept. 3. Mortlake.

Safe-conduct, until Martinmas, 27 Henry III, for Thomas de Snoth, merchant of Gisors, coming from Scotland to London.

MEMBRANE 2.

Sept. 11. Rochester.

Mandate to the prior of Holy Trinity, London, to deliver the 50 marks which the abbot of St. Edmunds deposited with him for the king's use, to brother J. de Leueckenor, the king's almoner, to do therewith as the king has ordered.

Safe-conduct for Christian Bane, Christian Brant, Thierry Larbre, John Crosely, William de Lo and Jakemin de Porta, merchants of Ypres, of the power of the count of Flanders, whose merchants and people are safe and secure throughout the king's land.

The like for James Dynant, merchant of Lille (de Insula) in Flanders, of the power of the said count.

The like for Cunrat Pylet, John de Trech, Giles le Mayre, Nicholas de Molendinis, Nicholas Tuttemorte and Giles son of Nicholas, merchant of Leges, of the power of the Emperor; John de Baywers, John Kessemer, Thomas de Payle, Peter de Verney and Anselm le Macun, merchants of Oye, of the same power; Thomas del Atr', John de Prevot, Hubert le Quaty, Anselm de Gardino, Gobert de Dynant, and Joceus Spilard, merchants of Dynant, of the same power.

The like for Henry Long, Thierry Long, Lyones de Lewes, Godfrey Attract[us] and Reyner de Lewes, merchants of Brabant, of the same power.

Mandate to B. de Crioyl, constable of Dover, out of the money deposited with him of the money found with merchants of the power of the king of France who were arrested by order of the king, to pay to the barons of Winchelse 100l. as a gift for their maintenance in the king's service against the king's enemies.

Commission to Roger de Thurkilby and Hamo Passelewe, sheriff of Norfolk, appointing them to receive from the merchants of Flanders the proofs of their goods and merchandise arrested at Jernemue and Blakenye, in the form lately provided before the council at Rochester, to wit, by testimony of lawful merchants of England who shall testify that the arrested goods belonged to the said merchants, and by oath of the said merchants or by testimony of letters patent of the lords of the lands from which the said merchants come, that they are of their power and that the said goods and merchandise belong to them: appointing them also to receive proofs from the barons of the Cinque Ports, that they took the ship which is at Dunwich wherein were contained merchandise of merchants of Rouen, before it was taken by the good men of Dunwich, and to enquire who withdrew the said goods and merchandise and into whose hands they came, and to distrain these, if the same ought to remain to the barons of the Cinque Ports, to surrender them to the said barons, saving to the king his share: and appointing them also to enquire what goods and merchandise arrested at Dunwich, Jernemue and Blakeny are from land at war with the king, and to assign to those who ought to have part their portion, and reserve to the king his share.

Appointment of B. de Crioyl and Henry de Wengham, clerk, to receive the king's share of everything taken by sea and land from the king's enemies during the war with France and brought to the Cinque Ports, provided, however, that when the said B. cannot attend to the business he has appointed Nicholas de Hadlo in his place: and mandate to the barons of the Cinque Ports to be intendant to them for this.

Sept. 16. Windsor.

Licence for Randolf Tusk of Parme, James Charbonet, James de Sena, Hugh Symonet of Florence, Alemannus de Florencia, Forez de Pistore, and Guy de Luck, merchants of Rome and of Italy, to come safely to England with goods and merchandise; and protection for them in so doing.

Presentation of Hugh son of Hugh Giffard, to the church of Wotton; directed to R. bishop of Lincoln.

The like of Peter son of Gwillelma to the church of Buddebroc, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the lands and heirs of Thomas, earl of Warwick; directed to W. bishop of Worcester.

Sept. 22. Windsor.

The like of Guichard de Charwin to the church of Fransham, in the king's gift by reason of his custody of the land and heir of Robert de Thoeny; directed to the bishop of Norwich.

Power to B. de Crioil, constable of Dover, to hear and amend the trespasses which Walter le Flemeng, burgess of Southampton, says were committed upon him by Stephen Andrew, Henry le Blund, Simon de Horne and Richard Paulin of Winchelse, and the king has appointed the said W. a day before him, to wit, a fortnight after Michaelmas; with mandate to the said B. to cause the said men to come on that day to Shipweye.

Sept. 17. Mortlake.

Safe-conduct, until St. Andrew, 27 Henry III, for a ship bearing things and merchandise of John de Gizorz, citizen of London, from Scotland to London, and for the men bringing the ship.

Oct. 1. Westminster.

Appointment of Roger son of Osbert, Thomas le Latymer, William de Stalham and Robert de Mauteby, with the sheriff of Norfolk and Suffolk, as wardens of the instant fair of Jernemue; with mandate to the barons of the Cinque Ports, merchants, sailors and mariners going there to be intendant to them.

Oct. 3. Westminster.

Licence for Peter Huylard, merchant of Depe, to come to London with one cargo of wines.

Protection for Michael Lamberti, serjeant of the count of Flanders, so long as he be in England.

Power to J. Lestrange, justice of Chester, to let to farm the demesne lands which Hawise late the wife of John son of Alan holds in dower, or to let them at champart, as shall be best for the king.

Grant to the good men of Winchester that they shall hold the city of Winchester at farm for one year from Michaelmas, 26 Henry III, rendering at the Exchequer at Michaelmas yearly 80l. as they have been accustomed to render.

Mandate to Philip de Acelles to deliver to John Marshal and Margery his wife, sister and heir of Th. earl of Warwick, the castle of Warrewic, which is in his custody, but which falls to the said Margery by right of inheritance.

Oct. 4. Westminster.

Mandate to Thomas Picat to deliver the king's goshawk in his custody to John de Frethethorne to keep to the king's use.

The like to Richard de Hertrugg and Robert de Radenhal touching two goshawks.

Oct. 7. Mortlake.

John de la Hele and Roger de Litleham, monks of Syreburn, bringing news of the cession of Henry their abbot, have letters to the prior and convent of licence to elect.

Appointment, during pleasure, of William de Holewell as sheriff of the counties of Buckingham and Bedford.

Oct. 15. Westminster.

Royal assent to the election of John de Hele, monk of Shyreburn, to be abbot of that house; with mandate to R. bishop of Salisbury to do his part herein.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Robert de Aundely to the custody of the town of Shaftesbury ; with mandate to the good men to be intendant to him.

MEMBRANE 1.

Grant to A. bishop of St. Davids, for a fine of 300 marks, whereof he paid a moiety to the king at Michaelmas in this year and will pay the other moiety at Easter next, of the custody of the lands and heirs of William le Gros and the marriage of the heirs.

Oct. 20. Westminster.

Mandate to Adam de Beysin to deliver the king's goshawk in his custody to John de Frethethorn, to keep to the king's use.

Oct. 24. Kempton.

Grant to William de Eboraco, provost of Beverley, of the prebend late of Master Peter de Burdegala, in the church of St. Paul, London, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of London ; with mandate in pursuance to the dean and chapter of St. Paul's.