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1243, membranes 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

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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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1243, membranes 9, 8, 7, 6, 5, 4, 3, 2, 1

MEMBRANE 9.

May 29.Bordeaux

Grant to P. son of the count of Geneva of the marriage of Isabel, countess of Arundel, sometime wife of H.earl of Arundel,and grant that if she make fine to marry whom she will,he shall have that fine.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from Elias de Chanisy and Stephen Gote,citizens of Bordeaux, of 700 marks, and mandate to the treasurer and chamberlains by writ ofliberateto let them have the same without delay; and grant that if it is not paid by the quinzaine of Midsummer so that they cannot make use of it at the fair of Turhoud in the land of the Count of Flanders,the king will,by verdict of other merchants of Bordeaux present in that fair,pay the loss incurred by such default.

Mandate to the treasurer and chamberlains not to fail to pay it,retaining with them the said letters patent testifying to the loan,together with the present letters.

The like is written to the archbishop of York,the bishop of Carlisle and W.de Cantilupo.

Licence for Hugh de Lezinan,first born of the count of La Marche, safely to pass through the land of Gascony towards Santiago and to return.

Grant,at the instance of the good men of Re,that John Menuet be delivered from prison,and mandate to William de Boeles to let him go free.

Signification to the archbishop of York that the king is content that Robert Passelewe have that prebend in the church of St.Paul,London, by collation of the archbishop of York,which the king had given to Guy de la Palude; and mandate to him to confer upon the said Guy the first prebend that falls void,whether in a prebendal church or otherwise, provided it be not a dignity.

Mandate to Robert Passelewe by letters close that he be proctor of the said Guy as regards that prebend, and that he receive it in his name when it falls void.

June 1.Bordeaux.

Presentation of Robert de Dunion to the church of Gilling in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of London;directed to Master J.archdeacon of Middlesex.

To the archbishop of York.It was never the king's intention to revoke his grace to G.de Wulward and his fellows,clerks of the chancery,or to others,to whom he had once granted a provision to be made,and he again commands him to provide for them as soon as he can in the form in which he has written for several of the same clerks,only giving preference over them to Nicholas Lungespe.

June 3. Bordeaux.

Request to Master Henry,clerk of the court of Flanders,to go to the fair of Lendyt and go bail(manuleretis)by view of Roger the king's tailor, for those things which Roger will tell him,to the amount of 500 marks, and to let the said Roger have that for which he goes bail,and the king will pay the price of them,either to him or to the merchants from whom they are bought.The letters which the king sent for the security of goods to be bought in the fair of Provins,whereof nothing was done, are to be returned.

Request to the master of the Knights Templars in France to let the said Roger have a loan of 500 marks,by himself or by others;and the king will pay him on the day which he will appoint to the said Roger,at the New Temple,London,or at Paris.

The like to the abbot of St Denis to make a loan of 500 marks to the said Roger,and the king will pay him at his priory of Derhurst or at St.Denis.

The like to Arnald Beraud to lend him 500 marks,and the king will pay at the date and place fixed.

Mandate to the archbishop of York to provide for Henry del Ortiay in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 40 marks.

Bond to Arnald Beraud and Gaillard de Lart,merchants,in 263l.10s. for a loan which they made to Roger de Ros in the fair of Provins to buy silk cloths and sendal for the king,to be paid at Midsummer.

To the archbishop of Dublin and his suffragans and the clergy in that province.The king has selected by M.son of Gerold,the justiciary, assistance from them to continue the war beyond seas,whereto,as he learns,they responded with a promise of a subsidy,for which he thanks them,and requests them,as many things are at stake in this war and the king is deeply in debt,to give him a substantial aid.And that they may have no fear of this being drawn into a precedent,his will is that they remain free and harmless with respect to this aid,as the clergy of England with respect to a like aid given or to be given by them.

The like is written to all archbishops of Ireland,their suffragans and clergy.

June 6.Bordeaux.

William Rormaudi(sir) has been made mayor in the island of Oleron, and the jurats and commune of Oleron to be intendant to him in all things pertaining to the mayoralty.

Letters of credit for Roger de Ros,whom the king is sending to the fair of Lendit,to the amount of 500 marks.

He has other letters precisely the same.

June 8. Bordeaux.

Grant for life to Bartholomew son of Bartholomew de Podio of rent to the value of 20l. a year of the money current in the island of Oleron, to be received in that island, and mandate to Herbert son of Matthew, seneschal of Gascony, to assign the said rent to him in some competent place in that island.

Bond to Peter Gachet in 20 marks to be paid one month after Midsummer next in Gascony, which the king received from him as a loan.

Acceptance of the account which M. son of Gerold, justiciary of Ireland, has rendered by order of the king of the issues of the land of Ireland, and of other receipts from Michaelmas, 22 Henry III, to St. Dunstans, 26 Henry III, before L. archbishop of Dublin, brother R. le Waleis, master of the Knights Templars in Ireland, G. de Turvill, archdeacon of Dublin, treasurer of Ireland, and Walerand de Waleslegh, whom the king appointed to audit that account, and acquittance to him thereof.

The like is written to the treasurer and barons of the Exchequer of Dublin, with this added, that the king wills that whatever he can shew that he applied to the king's service by the said account, be allowed to him; and also that he be quit of 100l. which he received by gift of the king in England, in the 24th year, and of 200 marks which he received there in like manner in the 25th year, on condition that he answer at the Exchequer of Dublin for 100l. which he received in England as prest in the 24th year.

June 12. Bordeaux.

Guy de la Palude has letters, directed to Master S. archdeacon of Canterbury, of presentation to two churches by one writ, to wit, to the church of Lamheth and to the church of Neuchirch ; and if any letters of presentation to the said benefices have been made to other persons since they were assigned to him, they are to be quashed and null.

MEMBRANE 8.

And he has letters of presentation to the church of Lamheth directed to the archdeacon of Surrey under the above form.

June 17. Bordeaux.

Pardon to Nicholas de Suningwell of his flight and outlawry for the death of Geoffrey de Suningwell, his brother, whom he killed, on condition that he stand his trial if any will proceed against him.

Bond to Gaillard Columb in 402 marks, which the king received from him as a loan at Bordeaux.

Grant to Robert de Cantuaria the younger of 20 marks a year of the farm of the town of Oxford at Midsummer, until the king provide for him in a benefice of 30 marks a year.

Pardon to Robert le Brun of his flight and outlawry for the death of William le Clerk' and his three associates said to be malefactors in the killing of whom he took part at Kynemeresdon ; on the usual condition.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and William de Cantilupo to provide for Richard Ruffus without further delay in a benefice of 40 marks a year, notwithstanding any other letters of the king, or any mandate not to confer void benefices without special mandate; and if all cannot attend to this matter, let two of them do so.

June 17. Bordeaux.

Appointment, during pleasure, of Nicholas de Molis to the custody of the land of Gascony.

Writ de intendendo for him as seneschal directed to the mayor and good men of Oleron, the good men of Dax, Bayonne, La Réole, St. Macaire, Langun and Bazas.

Safe-conduct for six years from Michaelmas for Bernard de Bosketto, coming through the king's power with goods and merchandise to trade therewith.

June 19. Bordeaux.

Mandate to Nicholas de Molis, seneschal of Gascony, out of the lands of the king's enemies of Saintonge in the island of Oleron which are in the king's hands, to assign to Elias de Chillak land to the value of 50 pounds a year of Bordeaux, and to his knights land to a like value, to hold for the lands which they have lost in Peregort and Saintonge, for the king's service; on condition that for whatever part of their land they recover, a like amount be subtracted from the said 100 pounds of land, and if they recover the whole, nothing of the said land remain to them.

[Cancelled.] Because the writ was surrendered.

In like manner it is written to the said Nicholas to assign 150 pounds of land to Agnes de Chillak and Elias her son, no mention being made of the island of Oleron.

June 15. Bordeaux.

Charter granting to Alan, abbot of Certese, and the monks there, and their successors have at their manor of Rocham (rectius Bocham) a market every week on Tuesday, and a fair every year for two days, on the eve and day of Michaelmas, unless &c. Witnesses:—John son of Geoffrey, Herbert son of Matthew, Philip Basset, John de Grey, Thomas Greslegh, Hugh de Vivona, Robert Tregoz, Paulinus Peyvre, Nicholas de Bolevill, Walter de Luton and others.

Mandate to the sheriff of Surrey to cause this fair and market to be cried and held.

June 18. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to provide for Simon Passelewe in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 40 marks a year, notwithstanding any revocation touching the collation of benefices, as the king wishes him to be provided amongst the first.

Mandate to the bailiffs of Oleron to cause the rights and liberties which the abbess and nuns of Saintes have by gift and confirmation of the king's predecessors and which they have used until now, to be maintained.

Grant to Guy de Russilun of 200 marks a year at the Exchequer, until he be provided in 400 marks a year of rent in ecclesiastical benefices which it is lawful for him to hold, to wit, 100 marks at the exchequer of Michaelmas and 100 marks at the exchequer of Easter. And if in the meantime 200 marks a year of escheats or wards fall in, he shall have them in lieu of the said 200 marks a year at the Exchequer, until he be provided with the said 400 marks a year of rent.

Mandate to the seneschal of Gascony, as the king wills that for the amelioration of the town of Ajuzan, a market shall be held there every week on Thursday and a fair every year for two days on the eve and day of St. Laurence, to cause the same to be held and established.

Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland not to molest L. archbishop of Dublin or his men touching the manor of Hollywood (de Sancto Bosco), which he took at farm of G. de Marisco as he says, and which is of his holding, until the end of his term.

Grant to William de Oddingeseles of a yearly fee of 40 marks, until the king provide for him in lands of wards or escheats to that value.

Bond to William Reimundi Columb in 5000 shillings of Bordeaux to be paid a month after Midsummer or sooner if money come from England, which the king received from him as a loan at Bordeaux.

Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland and the other justices in eyre in Ireland to enquire touching treasures trove in Ireland from the first time when G. de Mariscis was justiciary of Ireland to the time when M. son of Gerold was justiciary of Ireland, to whose uses they came, of which said treasures no payment was made to the king, or recognition in the king's court; and to send the truth hereof under their seals to the king.

June 19. Bordeaux

Grant to the mayor and commune of Bayonne that none be amerced or otherwise punished without the king's special order for any misdeed by pulling down of houses, or uprooting of copses or vineyards as used to be done unjustly, but according to the quantity of the offence; so that houses, vineyards and copses, if any deserve it by his trespass, shall remain to the king entire as his escheats, if of right they ought to fall to him.

Restitution to Maud late the wife of Senebrun de la Sparr of 60l. of rent which Geoffrey de Talneo gave with her, his daughter, in marriage to the said Senebrun ; which rent she used to receive yearly in the port of Royan.

June 18. Bordeaux

Charter granting to Richard, abbot of Westminster and the monks there, the fines of their own men from whatever cause they arise and before whatever justices they are made ; also the return of all the king's writs in all their lands in England; so that no sheriff or other bailiff may execute the king's writs in the said lands except by the return of the said writs to the said abbot and his successors. Witnesses:—P. bishop of Hereford, John son of Geoffrey, Ralph son of Nicholas, Hugh de Vivona, Philip Basset, T. Gresley, Robert Tregoz, Nicholas de Molis, Paulinus Peyvre, Nicholas de Bolevill, Richard de Clifford, Walter de Luton and others.

June 22. Bordeaux.

Grant to the masters and brethren of the hospital of St. Antoine, in the diocese of Vienne, of 20 marks a year at the exchequer of Michaelmas, until the king provide for them in a benefice of that value for the maintenance of the poor of that hospital.

And they have letters patent of the delivery of the same to their envoy.

They have likewise letters to all archbishops and bishops of England to receive their messengers and permit them to preach in parish churches through their dioceses that they may obtain alms.

Mandate to John son of Geoffrey to deliver from prison the wife of William de Marisco detained in his custody.

June 23. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the archbishop of York to provide for Henry de Cantuaria, king's chaplain, in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 30 marks a year.

The like for Master William de Alta Villa for one of 20 marks.

Exemption for life of Geoffrey de Bakepuz from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions and from being made coroner to keep the pleas of the crown.

Acknowledgment of the receipt from Amaneu de Lebreto, king's kinsman, of the castle of Saut, which he has surrendered to the king as his right adjudged to the king in the king's court.

Grant for life to Alice, abbess of Fontevrault, of 25l. a year at the exchequer at Michaelmas at Westminster.

And she has a writ of liberate thereof patent.

June 27. Bordeaux.

Pardon to Hugh son of Geoffrey de Morton who abjured the realm for the death of William Gaynnok, whom he killed, of the king's suit for the said death ; on the usual condition.

And he has a writ close to the sheriff of Notingham.

The like to David le Brid of his flight and outlawry for the death of Hubert Hoppeshort, whom he killed.

The like to Roger le Waleis, charged with the death of John Cok.

The like to Thomas son of Adam de Stanmere, who killed John de Raggedale.

The like to John Filloll, charged with the death of Robert son of Richard de Hautsted.

Licence, at the instance of John son of Geoffrey, until the beginning of Lent, for Master Peter Franconis and his brothers to come through the king's power in their ship called the Cavoyr Darquasson, with goods and merchandise.

Bond to Nicholas de Molis in 1000 marks to be paid yearly, so long as he is seneschal of Gascony, at Bordeaux, for keeping the land of Gascony during pleasure, and he is to answer for all rents and issues arising from the said land which belong to the king.

Bond to him to pay him 500 marks to maintain him in the king's service, of the king's gift.

Grant for life to Emery Peche of 10l. a year at the Exchequer until the king provide for him in land to that value in escheats, marriages or wards.

June 27. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to provide John Albi with some church amongst the first provisions made, as he has resigned the prebend which he obtained by collation of the king in the church of the castle of Pontefract, to the use of William, queen's chaplain.

Acknowledgment of the receipt, with the good will of the citizens of Bordeaux, to whom the king granted for a term a moiety of the customs of Bordeaux, on Saturday after Midsummer, of 200 pounds of Bordeaux for the king's expenses, of which a moiety belongs to the said citizens: and grant to them for this, that out of the first issues of the said customs, they receive 200 pounds of Bordeaux, and after that the partition be as before.

Pardon to William de Dreiton, who abjured the realm for the death of Maud, daughter of Robert Gumbert, whom he killed, of the king's suit for the said death ; on condition &c.

[In the margin. At the instance of W. de Burgo.]

The like to William de Rivers, who abjured the realm for the death of Robert le Marchaunt.

[In the margin. At the instance of J. de Grey and Th. Greleg.]

June 29. Bordeaux.

Grant to Walter de Luton of the custody during the minority of the heirs of the land and heirs of Richard de Melkesle, with the marriage of the heirs, which belong to the king by reason of the custody of the land and heir of Gilbert de Clare, sometime earl of Gloucester, of whom the said Richard held by knight service.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to give him seisin thereof.

The like is written to Richard de la Lade.

Also to the sheriff of Essex.

Acknowledgment of the receipt on Saturday after Midsummer in the wardrobe at Bordeaux from the good men of Langun of 200 pounds of Bordeaux, of the fine they made with John Maunsel, when he was seneschal of Gascony, for a trespass they committed at St. Emilion by the slaying of a man.

Licence for Alfonso, son of the king of Portingal, to pass through the king's power in going to Santiago and returning ; so long as he is engaged on the said pilgrimage.

June 30. Bordeaux.

Jeremiah de Kaxton is appointed to tax the vicarage of the church of Slindon together with the archdeacon of Canterbury, on condition that not more be subtracted from the parsonage of the said church than the king conferred upon Richard de Clifford the younger.

MEMBRANE 7.

June 28. Bordeaux

Charter granting to Alice, abbess of Fontevrault, and the convent for perpetual celebration of the anniversaries of the king's ancestors, the king, queen, his children and successors, 10l. a year for ever at the exchequer of Michaelmas in England. Witnesses:—P. bishop of Hereford, Ralph son of Nicholas, Philip Basset, Herbert son of Matthew, Thomas Gresle, Robert Tregoz, Paulinus Peyvre, Nicholas de Bolevill, Walter de Luton and others.

And they have letters of liberate patent.

Pardon to Robert de Rydon of his flight and outlawry for the death of Ralph de Bishpleg, whereof he was appealed.

June 30. Bordeaux

Mandate to the mayor and jurats of the commune of Bayonne to let Nicholas de Molis, seneschal of Gascony, have 500 marks wherein they are bound to the king, to do certain business for the king.

[Cancelled.] Because the writ was surrendered and nothing was done thereof.

July 1. [Bordeaux.]

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter of Richard, duke of Aquitaine and count of Poitou, son of the king of England the king's uncle, as follows :—

Ricardus, dux Aquitanie, comes Pictarie, regis Anglie filius, unirersis fidelibus ad quos presens carta percenerit, salutem. Notum sit tam presentibus quam futuris quod ego confirmo et ratum et gratum habeo donum et elemosinam illam quam Alienora, regina Anglie, mater mea, dedit pro salute anime sue ecclesie beate Marie Cormelie apud Burdegalam. Confirmo eciam eidem ecclesie omnia dona et elemosinas quas barones ei pro salute anime sue per Gyrundam contulerunt. Testibus: Galfrido de Ponte, et Chalone de Ponte, et Willelmo Hostenz, et Manardo de Teg', et multis aliis, apud Pontem.

Witnesses of the confirmation hereof:—P. bishop of Hereford, John son of Geoffrey, Ralph son of Nicholas, Philip Basset, John de Grey, Paulinus Peyvre, Robert de Mucegros, Richard de Clifford, Walter de Luton, Theobold de Englechevill and others.

Protection without term for the house of Chérac (de Cheraio) of the order of Fontevrault.

July 2. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to confer in the king's behalf upon Guy de Russilun the first prebend that falls void in the church of Lichfield, and he is to have precedence over all others, whether it be a dignity or another prebend.

The like to the said archbishop and bishop to provide for William de Plesseto in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 80 marks a year.

Mandate to the good men of La Réole not to receive Roger Gaveret, a perturber of the peace, but if he come to their parts to take him, as they will that the king shall not betake himself to them grievously.

The like to the good men of St. Macaire, of Langun, the provost of Berzak, the lord and good men of Riuns and the lords of Langun.

The abbot of Hautecombe and Bernard de Rumaunz have letters of credence directed to the emperor touching a matter of the king which he has enjoined on them to lay before the emperor.

They have been appointed proctors in the prosecution of the affairs of the churches of Canterbury and Winchester, of Boniface of Bellay, elect of Canterbury, and postulated to be bishop of Winchester. And letters are directed to the pope.

Like letters are directed to all cardinals.

[In the margin.] And the archdeacon of Liége (Leodiensis) has been appointed proctor in the same business by another writ.

Mandate to the archbishop of York to confer the first ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 30 marks upon Master Peter de Montibus, physician of P. de Sabaudia; and at the instance of John Maunsel, who is under the care of the said Master, he is to have preference over others who have a like provision.

July 4. Bordeaux.

Grant to Guy Roiaud of 20l. a year at the Exchequer.

Mandate to the archbishop of York to provide for Reginald son of Artaud de Durthe, seneschal of the countess of Provence in an ecclesiastical benefice of the king's gift of the value of 40 marks; and, in consideration of the king's affection for the countess, he is to have preference over others.

July 5. Bordeaux.

Mandate to Clarius Hugelin, merchant of Florence, requesting him to advance a loan of 1000 marks to the abbot of Hautecombe and Master Bernard de Romaunz, whom the king is sending to the court of Rome, and the king will repay the same at the places and terms appointed in the contract.

July 8. Bordeaux.

Acquittance to Philip de Intebergh, Walter de Stafford, chaplain, and William de Brochol, clerk, for the delivery on Monday the octave of SS. Peter and Paul, in the wardrobe, by order of the king, to Peter Chaceporc, keeper of the wardrobe, of 2000 marks of the treasure of Ireland, sent on behalf of M. son of Gerold, justiciary of Ireland and of G. de Turvill, archdeacon of Dublin, and treasurer of Ireland.

To the archbishop of York and the bishop of Carlisle. The king has written to them several times for Robert de Cantuaria the younger for them to provide for him in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 60 marks a year in the diocese of Canterbury, and is astonished that they have not done so. And because Robert de Cantuaria, his father, has laudably attended the king, and because they anticipated the king's grant to the said Robert of the church of Lamheth by conferring it upon Guy de la Palude by reason of a provision thereof to him, the king commands them, so soon as an ecclesiastical benefice falls void in that archbishopric of the value of 80 marks to confer it upon him, but nevertheless if one of 60 marks falls void first to confer that upon him.

Appointment of Ralph de la Haye to the custody of the castle and town of Bourg, and mandate to the knights and good men of Bourg to be intendant to him.

Mandate to the justiciary of Ireland and G. de Turvill, treasurer of Ireland, to cause the freight to be acquitted of the ships of Richard de Burgo hired for the use of himself and his household in order to come in the king's service to the parts of Poitou and Gascony.

Pardon to William Agulun of his flight and outlawry for the death of Adam de Munceaus and for robbery and breach of the peace; with the usual condition.

Royal assent to the election of Thomas, monk of Evesham, to be abbot of that house ; and he has letters to the pope to do his part herein.

Mandate to Seinerun, provost of Bazas, as the king has of his grace made restitution to the bishop of Bazas of the lands, goods, rents and possessions belonging to that bishopric, to give him or his messenger seisin thereof, together with the castles of Bazas and Lerme, retaining in the king's hand what are known of right to belong to him.

Mandate also to him to let the bishop have, by gift of the king, all the hay and corn, which he collected in the lands of the bishopric for the present year to the use of the king.

July 12. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the mayor, jurats and commune of Bayonne to distrain those who took money and armour of galleys from John Maunsel, when he was seneschal of Gascony, for the equipment of galleys for the king's service, because nothing was done, to return the same to Hugh de Geroudon, or his nominee, to do the king's order therewith.

Grant to Guy de Rocheford and his heirs of 100l. a year at the Exchequer until they recover the land which the said Guy has lost in the war with France. The said Guy, when requested by the seneschal of Gascony shall come with knights and others to the king's service, in Gascony, and the seneschal shall at such times find him in moderate expenses if he ask for them, and the king shall be bound, according to his deserts and service, to give him further reward.

[Cancelled.] Because otherwise below.

(Schedule.)

July 15. Bordeaux.

Grant during pleasure to John Maunsel of the manor of Bilsinton, to do therewith as the king has ordered.

Mandate to the sheriff of Kent to give him, or his messenger bearing the king's letters, seisin thereof.

July 14. Bordeaux.

Pardon to Master Thomas, goldsmith of Bayonne, of the bail (plegiagium) which he made before the king for Peter Arnaldi de Pollenx, sometime captal of Bayonne, and mandate to the seneschal of Gascony and the mayor and good men of Bayonne not to charge him or permit him to be molested for the same.

Exemption for life of Theobald de Englechevill from being put on assizes, juries or recognitions.

Mandate to the archbishop of York and the bishop of Carlisle, in pursuance of a mandate to confer upon Luke Bezil an ecclesiastical benefice of 40 marks a year in the diocese of Bath, and in consideration of the laudable service of Matthew Bezil, his brother, to the queen, to confer upon him the first benefice of the value of 60 or 80 marks that falls void in that diocese, unless he is first provided with the said 40 marks.

[Cancelled.] Because elsewhere where his proxision was first granted to him.

Mandate to Nicholas de Molis, seneschal of Gascony, out of the ships and goods about to come to Bayonne late of Peter sometime captal of Bayonne, to pay Garcias de Diazid, canon of Bayonne, 18l. 16s. of Morlaas which the said Peter extorted from him ; and if the said ships should not come to Bayonne, out of the first rents and fruits arising from the possessions of Bernard de Liposse, sometime mayor of Bayonne.

By John Maunsel.

Mandate to Arnald Willelmi de Egremund to be diligent in delivering William Hoese; and let him come to the king because the king has granted him and those coming with him safe-conduct, and the king will do so much in the covenants made between them, that he shall be content.

MEMBRANE 6.

Mandate to the mayor and jurats of the commune of Bayonne to cause to be equipped four galleys manned with good men to be at Bordeaux three weeks next Sunday, to go where the king wills, and the king will pay the cost thereof. They shall also cause to be appraised the houses of Bernard de Liposse, sometime mayor of Bayonne, and of the captal Peter Arnaldi de Pollenx and of the archdeacon of Cize (de Cysa.), to wit, what the archdeacon had of lay fee, and which came to the king's hands by their offences, what is their yearly value and what if sold for ever. They are also to inform the king of the value of the moveables which have come to the king's hands, late of the said mayor and captal. Also, whereas the king commanded them to pay Garcias de Diazyd 18 pounds and 6 shillings of Morlaas out of the goods of the said mayor and captal, and a certain canon of Bayonne has 9 pounds of the said 18 pounds which were extorted from the said Garcias by the mayor and captal, they are commanded to distrain the said canon, whose name will be given to them by Hugh Gerowdon to pay the king the said 9 pounds.

Grant to the abbot and convent of Fontguilhem (de Fonte Guillelmi) that they and their succesors may hold the land of Castayn which they have by gift of the ancestors of Amaneu de Lebret, quit of challenge of the king and his heirs, and mandate to all persons to protect the abbot and convent as in the writ of protection without term.

July 14. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo, notwithstanding the provisions of others, to provide Nicholas Lungespe with ecclesiastical or prebendal benefices to the amount of 60 marks or more, until he is provided with 100l. or 200 marks of rent, or in one benefice of that value ; if it fall void first.

Mandate to the mayor and jurats of the commune of Bayonne, as the king commanded at another time, to cause galleys to be equipped with all speed and manned with men, and to be brought swiftly to Bordeaux, and the king will pay the cost by the counsel of Nicholas de Molis, seneschal of Gascony.

Mandate to the said Nicholas to use all possible diligence to the said mayor, jurats and commune, so that they may receive the costs they expend at a certain term in England.

July 17. Bordeaux.

Mandate to M. son of Gerold, justiciary of Ireland, and G. de Turvill, treasurer of Ireland, to cause Gerald son of Maurice 200l. for the acquittance of his wages or to cause the same to be delivered to his messenger bearing the king's wages.

July 17. Bordeaux.

Request to the mayor and jurats of the commune of Bayonne to be diligent in equipping galleys for the king's service, as Hubert Hoese will tell them on the king's behalf, and the king will satisfy them of their expenses in equipping the said galleys and of the stipends of those in them, in England, according to the covenant made between them and the said Hubert.

Bond to Halengrat, citizen of Bordeaux, in 277½ marks which he lent the king to ransom Peter de Burdegala and Hubert Hoese from prison, to be paid at the Exchequer of Michaelmas.

July 18. Bordeaux.

Grant for life to Roger de Vyavill of the land of Rotherefeld, which Gerard de Lambressard held de ballio nostro, so that the king is no longer bound to pay him a fee of 10l. a year at the Exchequer formerly granted to him: and if the value of the said land exceed 10l. a year, he shall pay the excess at the Exchequer.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to cause the said land to be extended and the said Roger to receive seisin thereof.

July 20. Bordeaux.

Safe-conduct by two writs until All Saints next, for Peter, chaplain of the queen of Navarre, and Mauclerk, serjeant of the king of Navarre.

July 22. Bordeaux.

Bond to Namad del Ereres and Thomas de Melak in 150 marks for the debts wherein B. count of Bygorre was bound to them, to be paid six weeks after the morrow of St. Mary Magdalene, or sooner, if money come from England.

Mandate to the mayor and provost of Oleron to keep all ships which have come or shall come to the island of Oleron for the king's use, whether they be laden or not, and to cause whatever are empty to come to Bordeaux, and to let the king know the number of the whole of the ships.

Presentation of Guy de Russilun to the church of Preston in Augmodernesse ; directed to the archbishop of York.

Mandate to the said archbishop, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo, if they have collated anyone to that church by reason of any provision, to revoke such collation, as the king wishes the said Guy to have it.

Mandate to the same to provide for Master Nicholas de Sancto Albano in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 30 marks a year.

July 29. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the same to confer upon Guy de Russilun, to whom the king granted 200 marks a year at the Exchequer until he should be provided with 400 marks of rent in ecclesiastical benefices, any churches, dignities or other prebends which fall void until he has received that amount.

Grant to Bartholomew de Fuier,citizen of Lyons,of a yearly fee of 20l. at the exchequer of Michaelmas in England.

July 30. Bordeaux.

Grant for life to Juliana,wife of William de Kingesham, of 10 marks a year at the exchequer of Michaelmas until the king has provided her in wards or escheats to that value.

Bond to Amaneu de Lebret in 347 marks.

Aug. 1. Bordeaux.

Protection for three years from Michaelmas for the abbot of St. Ferme (Sancti Fermerii).

July 3. Bordeaux.

Presentation of Guy de Russilun to the church of Wrotham, in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury ; directed to Master S. archdeacon of Canterbury.

Mandate to the said archdeacon to institute his proctor in the name of the said Guy.

Grant to the said Guy of the house of Canterbury which is in the cloister of Lyon and also the rent of Quincew, the gift of which belongs to the king by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury, and mandate to the dean and chapter of Lyon to let the messenger of the said Guy have possession thereof.

Bond to Amaneu de Lebret to give him competent aid, either by the king himself or by the seneschal of Gascony, if war should be moved against him by Gaston de Bearn or his accomplices by reason of the said Amaneu having surrendered to the king the castle of Saut.

Licence for Oliver de Aspervill to commit the land, which he has of the gift of the king at La Réole, to Gaillard Columb during the pleasure of the said Oliver, and for the said Gaillard to recall to the said land the parcels which have been scattered away from it.

MEMBRANE 5.

Aug. 4. Bordeaux.

For two burgesses of Bordeaux. Unless the loan which the king received from Elias de Chanis' is paid to him in England by the king's letters which he has, the king will pay the same to Arnald Caylaw and Raymond Makayan, who pledged the wages they receive from the king for the payment thereof according to the tenor of the letters patent which the said Elias has.

For two burgesses of Saut. Bond to William Arnaldi de Brocarz and Arnaldinus de Brocarz in 439 marks 6s. 3d. for the ransom of the lands of Saut, which were pledged.

Grant to Fulk de Mungumery of 20l. a year at the Exchequer, by the name of a yearly fee.

Hugh de Vivona and Peter Kaylaw have letters of credence directed to the vicomte of Sule, as the king wishes to be bound to him according to their [covenant].

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to provide for Michael de Fednes according to the tenor of his letters, and to give him precedence over all others to whom the king has granted provisions, except Nicholas Lungespe and Guy de Russilun.

Bond to the mayor and jurats of the commune of Bordeaux to be paid at the exchequer of Michaelmas, to wit, on the quinzaine of Michaelmas, to them or their envoy bearing a writ of liberate, in 417 marks for 25,000 shillings of money of Bordeaux which they lent the king, to wit, 60 shillings for a mark, the said 417 marks after being received by the said envoy to be conveyed by him by land or sea to Bordeaux at the king's risk, and when the money reaches Bordeaux, if a mark should be worth more than 60 shillings of Bordeaux, the surplusage shall be paid to the seneschal of Gascony, except the reasonable expenses of the envoy in fetching the said money to Bordeaux.

Aug. 6. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the mayor and provost of Oleron to permit the ships arrested in that island by order of the king to go whither they will.

The king has made himself surety for Philip de Arecy to pay Sancho de Pampilona 22 marks at the quinzaine of Michaelmas next, for a horse which he took from him, and if the money is not paid by then, the king will cause him to be distrained by his land and goods until it is paid.

Bond to Raymond Makayn to be paid at the Exchequer of Michaelmas, to wit, on the quinzaine of Michaelmas, to him or his envoy bearing a writ of liberate, in 460 marks, which he lent the king, the king taking all risk of transit. And when the money is brought to Bordeaux, the said Raymond shall surrender the king's letters patent to the seneschal of Gascony.

Notification that the money lent to the king by William Gundemer, mayor of Bordeaux, the jurats and commune of Bordeaux, was given of their free will and not by reason of any servitude, so that they were not bound to do it another time; and lest hereafter the king should exact this kind of loan by right of servitude, the king has caused these letters to be made.

Aug.7. Bordeaux.

Pardon to Herbert de Clerbec of his flight and outlawry for the death of B[artholomew de . . . .]pet, on condition that he make his peace with the friends of the deceased and stand his trial &c.

Bond to Bartholomew de Foer, citizen of Lyon,in 1000 marks which he lent to the king, to be paid half at the exchequer of Michaelmas, and half at the exchequer of Hilary following.

Bond to Arnald, prior of St. Honorat (Sancti Enorati), clerk of the countess of Provence, to provide him when an opportunity offers with a rent of 15 marks a year.

[Cancelled.]

John le Gras has letters of credence directed to the king of Navarre.

Aug. 8. Bordeaux.

Bond to Arnald Maynsent, citizen of Bordeaux, in 1000 pounds of Bordeaux, which the king received from him as a loan, to be paid at Michaelmas, or sooner, if money comes from England.

Aug. 8. Bordeaux.

To B. count of Bygorre and all others about to come to Bayonne for the peace and military service. The king is sending William Lungespe with his people to go with the above on the service which he has enjoined upon him and commands them to be intendant to him as the king's lieutenant together with the seneschal of Gascony.

The like is written to the mayor and jurats of the commune of Bayonne.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Kantilupo to provide for Amadeu, brother of the count of Geneva, in a church of the king's gift of the value of 100 marks a year.

Request to Master Giles, treasurer of the house of the Temple, Paris, to let John de Vinea, scholar of Paris, have 20 marks, or the value thereof in money of Paris or Tours, and the king will pay him at next Purification.

[Cancelled.] Because the writ was surrendered, and John Maunsel delivered to him 20 marks.

Aug. 9. Bordeaux.

Grant to Peter de Sabaudia that at his death he may freely dispose in his last will of all the goods which he has or shall have in the realm, and appoint executors thereof, so that the king may not prevent the said will or his executors from executing it, on condition that they give the king security for the payment of the debts, if any, which the said Peter may owe to him.

Mandate to the archbishop of York and the bishop of Carlisle to provide for Master Robert Anketil according to the tenor of his letters, notwithstanding any mandate of the king to them to the contrary.

Aug. 10. Bordeaux.

Bond to Arnald de Custaud in 70 pounds of Bordeaux and La Marche for wines, which the king took from him, or the value thereof in sterlings at the time the king pays, to be paid at Michaelmas or sooner, if money comes from England.

Letters of credit for the abbot of Hautecombe and Bernard de Rumaunc for 1000 marks.

Aug. 12. Bordeaux.

Safe-conduct until the Nativity of the Blessed Mary for the archdeacon of Molina (Molinensis), going home.

Mandate to Clarus Hugelini, merchant of Florence, to let Richard de Neville have 20 marks to the use of the monks of Canterbury and Winchester dwelling in the court of Rome ; and the king will repay him or his messenger.

The prior and convent of St. Peter, Gloucester, have licence to elect by Alexander de Gloucestre and Savary de Berkele, monks of that house.

Protection for Master Robert Anketil, so long as he is on the king's service beyond seas.

[In the margin.] Memorandum that on Thursday after St. Laurence John de Lexinton, who had the custody of the king's seal, was ill.

Aug. 14. Bordeaux.

Grant in fee simple to Bartholomew Peche and his heirs of the whole land whereof John Boystard was seized as of fee in Cheveleswell and Cumenor on the day of his death, and which is the king's escheat of the lands of the Normans, provided that it. is worth 20l. a year or less.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to give him seisin thereof.

And because Roger Boystard, brother of the said John, is settled in the parts of Normandy, in the power of the king of France, the king has given him licence to come safely to England, to sue for his inheritances if any should descend to him or to another.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to provide for Master Alexander de Swerford in a church of the value of 100 marks a year.

MEMBRANE 4.

Aug. 16. Bordeaux.

Grant to John Maunsel of the custody, during the minority of the heirs, of the land and heirs of Nicholas de Beauchamp, tenant in chief ; to hold to him or his assigns, with the marriage of the heirs.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to give him seisin thereof.

Grant to William de Bedeford, for his affection towards the king and his, that when a competent house of the houses of the Jews falls into the king's hands in the city of London, the king will provide him therewith, on condition that when he has it by the gift of the king he shall reside in the said city.

R. bishop of Bazas and Richard de Clifford have letters of credence directed to the king of Navarre.

They have the like directed to William Lungespe and Nicholas de Molis, seneschal of Gascony.

Grant to Alan Balun that when opportunity offers he shall be provided in some ward or escheat of the value of 100s. or more up to 10l., or in a competent marriage which suits him, or in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 30 marks, and he may choose which he likes ; and mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to provide him as soon as possible.

Aug. 18. Bordeaux.

Pardon to Ralph Luvel of his flight and outlawry for a trespass committed against Nicholas de Lenn by the said Ralph and others of the men of Roger de Cresy ; with the usual condition.

The like to Henry son of Ralph, clerk, of the like for the death of William son of Richard Masse.

The like to Richard Wischard, charged with the death of Waspeder de Bod'ek.

Mandate to Wicard de Sabaudia, steward of the honor of Richmond, that if it can be shown to him that a rent of 10l. be due every year to the abbot of Bonrepos by gift of Alan sometime vicomte of Roan, and that the king commanded the steward to pay that rent last year, in that case he shall satisfy the abbot of the arrears due to him from the time when that manor came into the hands of Peter de Sabaudia.

Aug. 22. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W.de Cantilupo, to provide for Amadeu, son of the count of Geneva, in 100 marks of rent, and for Aimon, his brother, in 60 marks of rent of ecclesiastical benefices.

Mandate to the mayor and jurats of the commune of Bayonne, to equip two good galleys manned with good men to be ready at La Poynte at the Nativity of the Blessed Mary, to conduct the king to the parts of St. Mathieu; to provide also four of the better masters, mariners of the city of Bayonne, learned in the ways of the sea, and experienced in all kinds of weather.

Aug. 24. Bordeaux.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to provide for Hugh de Aunservill, nephew of Theobald de Englechevill in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 30 marks or more up to 40 marks, unless he is provided for by other letters.

Grant to Richard de la Rokele of 20l. a year at the exchequer of Michaelmas to maintain him on the king's service until the king provide for him in land of wards, escheats or other lands to that value.

Writ of liberate to the treasurer accordingly.

Pardon to William Godard of Enefeld, who abjured the realm for the death of William Prene, of the king's suit for that death; on the usual condition.

Aug. 25. Bordeaux.

Grant to Paulinus Peyvre and his heirs of land to the value of 20l. a year in the manors of Linleg and Wylye according to an extent which the king has ordered to be made by the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W.de Cantilupo, and the king has received his homage. He is to have the manor of Linleg for its extent, and the residue in Wylye if Linleg does not suffice. And as soon as the king is certified in what manner and plans the same land has been assigned to him, he will cause a charter to be made for him to hold that land to him and his heirs in fee and inheritance.

Aug. 28. Bordeaux.

Appointment of Walter Byset to the manor of Ludeham to maintain him on the king's service during pleasure.

Mandate to the archbishop of York, the bishop of Carlisle and W. de Cantilupo to give him seisin thereof.

Appointment during pleasure of Bernard de Sabaudia to the manor of Benrinton, the king's escheat of the lands of the Normans, which Robert de la Mote once held and was in the hands of the earl of Arundel.

Mandate to the sheriff of Sussex and Geoffrey de Langele,keeper of the said manor, to give him seisin thereof.

Aug. 28. Bordeaux.

Pardon to Robert de Everle of his flight and outlawry for the death of Peter de Muhaud, on the usual condition.

Membrane 4 (Schedule).

Aug. 28. Bordeaux.

Writ of liberateto the treasurer &c. for Juliana wife of William de Kingesham, 10l. a year at the exchequer of Michaelmas, until the king provide her in wards or escheats to that value.

Aug. 23. Bordeaux.

Inspeximus and confirmation of a charter dated 1027, of William duke of Aquitaine to the church of St. Cross, Bordeaux, as follows:—

Ego enim, in Dei nomine, Willelmus Dei dono dux Aquitanie, et uxor mea Aremberga, considero gravitudinem peccatorum meorum, et reminisco bonitatem Dei dicentem: 'Date elemosinam, et ecce omnia munda sunt vobis,' propter ea dono et concedo ad basilicam Sancte Crucis Burdegalensis salvitatem illius loci, et allodium liberum de omnem malam exactionem et de omnem rapinam; et vislam Sancti Makarii, ubi ipse beatus Makarius tumulatum ejus corpus requiescit, cum decima et eum omnes res, jus de terra et de mare, et cum justicia sanguinis et de omnes res, et cum pedagio; et aliam salvitatem Sancte Makarie de Makao, cum decima, et cum omnes jus et consuetudines, et cum prope adjacentem insulam,et cum paduenza in terra et in mare; et alteram villam Sancti Hysarii de Ortoislano, cum decimam et cum paduenza de aquis et de ligna et de terras; et aliam villam que vocatur Solaco, cum oratorio Sancte Dei genitricis Marie, cum decimis et cum aquis dulcis et [ama]ris de mare salissa usque ad mare de Gyronda, et deu Brie de Syort usque ad Grava cum marisco, cum montaneis, cum pineta, cum piscatione, cum cunta prata salvicina capiente cum servis et ancillis. Ecce vero omnes istas villas cum justicia sanguinis et de omnes res, cum ecclesiis earum, et cum omnes consuetudines et jura, cum consuetudine trium modiorum sails, et cum la poydd e la formentada, et cum totas pertinencias, in pratis, in piscationibus, in nemoribus, in vineis, et in viis et semitis ad sanctissimum lignum seu eciam ad ipsius congregationem deo servientium quod Burdeg[ale] situm est, dono, transfero atque transfundo in illorum ibi degentium monachorum ad communia et stipendia ipsorum trado, et do potestatem vel donationem ad habendum et libere possidendum et faciendum communiter quicquid voluerint, nominem contradicentem. Si vero aliquis assurexerit deinceps falso nomine, comes, episcopus, aut aliquis hujus seculi tyrannus,qui istas res superius ad suum opus mittere non timuerit, et per riolenciam aliquod abstulerit, inprimis viam Dei omnipotentis incurrat, et a consorcium Christianorum extraneus fiat, et cum Dathan et Abiron terra vixos absorbeat, et nunquam sanctam resurectionem cum justos appareat, set in Cochiti laqueis pena perpetna crucietur. Et si aliquis adversariorum assurexerit, si salvitates violavereit, mille libris auri coactus fratribus componat. Hec donatio quippe facta est, anno millisimo vicesimo septimo incarnationis Domini nostri Jhesu Christi, presente Fulcone Gofridi, et Trencar' Baronis, Gonbaudo Astindi et Willelmo Preposito, Sudwardo et Guiberto, milites, et aliis, assistente monasterio inprimitus Sancte Crucis et Sancte Marie de Solaco et Sancti Makarii et ecclesiis aliis,Gombaudo abbate, et ecclesie Burdegalensis arehiepiscopo Godefrido'.

Lest by reason of its false Latinity this charter should be set aside, the king confirms it, as also the confirmations thereof by William, duke of Aquitaine, Richard, the king's uncle, then count of Poitiers, and queen Eleanor, mother of the latter. Witnesses:— Ay[mer], archbishop of Embrun, P. bishop of Hereford, John son of Geoffrey, Philip Basset, Ralph son of Nicholas, John de Lexinton, John de Plesseto, John Maunsel, Guy de Russilun and many others.

MEMBRANE 3.

Aug. 30. Bordeaux.

Acquittance to the treasurer and chamberlains for the delivery in the wardrobe at Bordeaux on Saturday the Decollation of St.John the Baptist,of 4,000l.by the hands of William de Sisseverne and Henry de Curtenay,serjeants of the said chamberlains,to Peter Chaceporc,keeper of the wardrobe.

Grant to Richard de Roucestre of 10l.a year at the exchequer of Michaelmas to maintain him on the king's service,until the king provides him with land in wards,escheats or other lands to that value.

The like to Artaud de Sancto Romano of 40 marks a year at the Exchequer until the king provide for him otherwise.

Aug. 17. Bordeaux.

Charter granting to queen Eleanor,daughter of the count of Provence, in the name of dower,in case of the king's death,for her life,the castle and borough of Gloucestre with the barton of Gloucester,the cities of Worcester and Bath,the manors of Clive and Chiltham,there being retained in the hands of the king's heirs the other manors assigned to her in dower by the king's previous charter,and in the place of these, the king has assigned to her the whole county of Chester,with the new castle under Lyne,and the advowson of the abbey of Roucestre. Witnesses:—P.bishop of Hereford,Philip de Sabaudia,proctor of the church of Valence,John son of Geoffrey,Ralph son of Nicholas,Philip Basset,John Maunsel,Paulinus Peyvre,Robert de Mucegros,Nicholas de Bolevill,Walter de Luton and others.[Fœdera.]

Charter granting to Robert de Dryby and his heirs free warren in all his demesne lands of Tumby,so that none may enter to course therein or take anything pertaining to warren,on pain of forfeiture to the king of 10l.Witnesses as above.

Aug.30. Bordeaux.

Pardon to Simon son of Warin de Dunestaple of his flight and outlawry for the death of Geoffrey Fraunceys,with the usual condition.

Grant to Cinchius son of Gregory Cinchii of 40 marks a year at the Exchequer until the king provide for him otherwise.

[Cancelled]. Because the writ was surrendered.

Mandate to the archbishop of York,the bishop of Carlisle and W.de Cantilupo,to provide for Cinchius son of Gregory Cinchii de Insula in an ecclesiastical benefice in the king's gift of the value of 40 marks a year.

And he has letters directed Omnibus.

Sept.1.Bordeaux.

Aymer Wischardi,clerk of Guy de Russilun,has like letters for him to be provided with an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 20 marks a year.

And he has letters directed Omnibus.

Bond to Halengrat the balister,citizen of Bordeaux,in 417 marks to be paid at the exchequer of Michaelmas,which the king received as a loan in Gascony.

Sept. 2. Bordeaux.

Bond to provide for Peter Visconti of Ostia(filius vicecomitis Ostiensis), clerk of Peter de Geneva, in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 50 marks a year.

Sept. 5. Bordeaux.

Protection without term for Peter de Burdegala.

The like for the sisters of the order of St.Damian,dwelling without Bordeaux.

Grant to William Arnaldi de Tantalun of a yearly fee of 25l.at the exchequer of Michaelmas in England,to maintain him in the king's service.

Mandate to the seneschal of Gascony,mayors,jurats,communes, provosts and others not to receive Peter Artaud,Sicard Fucun and Arnald de Rokebaione,who in the time of the war with France fled from the town of St.Emilion and joined the king's enemies as open traitors.

Aug.11. Bordeaux.

Charter granting to Peter Braunche and his heirs free warren in all his demesne lands of Gresham,of a weekly market there on Wednesdays,of a yearly fair there for three days on the eve,day and morrow of St.George,on condition that they are not to the nuisance of neighbouring markets and fairs.Witnesses:—Peter,bishop of Hereford,John son of Geoffrey,Ralph son of Nicholas,Philip Basset,Thomas Greslegh, Robert de Mucegros,Paulinus Peyvre,Bartholomew Peche,Nicholas de Bolevill,Walter de Luton and others.

Mandate to the sheriff of Norfolk to cause this charter to be read in full county,and the said market and fair to be held.

Sept. 6. Bordeaux.

Mandate to M.son of Gerold,justiciary of Ireland,and G.de Turvill, archdeacon of Dublin and treasurer of Ireland,to let Gerold son of Maurice have 50l. of the gift of the king.

Grant to Richard de Clifford of 20 marks a year at the Exchequer to maintain him on the king's service,until the king provide him with land in escheats,wards or other lands to that value.

And he has a writ of liberate patent.

Bond to provide for Master Emery,brother of P.bishop of Hereford, in an ecclesiastical benefice of the value of 60 marks.

Sept. 7. Bordeaux.

Grant to William Lungespe of the first marriage falling in suitable for his son or daughter.

Sept.8.Bordeaux.

Grant to Guy de Rocheford and his heirs of 120l. a year at the Exchequer,until they recover the land which Guy has lost in the war with France; the said Guy to come with his knights and other people to the king's service in Gascony,when summoned by the seneschal,and the said seneschal then to find him in moderate expenses,if he ask for them; and the king shall be bound to give him further reward according to his service and deserts.

Bonds to provide for Henry de Wingeham in a benefice of 50 or 60 marks a year; and as the said clerk is staying with the king in Gascony, the king's will is that John de Plesseto and John Maunsel be his proctors to receive such benefice when it falls void.

Protection for him until he return from Gascony.

The like protection for William le Moyine.

Writ of liberateto the treasurer and chamberlains to Agnes de Chillak and Elias her son,for 45 marks a year at the Exchequer in lieu of land to the value of 150 pounds of Bordeaux a year,which the king previously ordered to be assigned to them in the isle of Oleron,for their lands lost in Peregoz and Saintonge for the king's service.And they are to retain the other letters patent containing the assignment of the said land.

The like to Elias de Chillak for 20l.at the Exchequer yearly as above.

Grant to William le Wignun,burgess of Barbeflet,that he and his heirs have throughout the land of Gascony all the liberties and quittances by sea and land which the king granted to him by his royal power,as is contained in a charter which the king caused to be made for him;and mandate to the seneschal and all other bailiffs of Gascony to cause the same to be held and kept.

Protection without term for the priory of Cantemerle.

Pardon to Halengrat citizen of Bordeaux,who abjured the realm for the death of a man,of the king's suit for that death,with the usual condition.

Grant to Nicholas de Molis,seneschal of Gascony,that after he has been seneschal of Gascony for a full year,he may resign the seneschalcy if he chooses.By Guy de Russilun.

Protection without term for Henry Pichepappe.

Protection for two years from Michaelmas next for Master Adam le Sauser.

The king has appointed himself surety with others for Philip de Arecy to pay Philip le Neyr 27 marks and 40d., as is contained in the letters of Sir Philip de Arecy.

Mandate to N.de Molis,seneschal of Gascony,out of the 500 marks which he received in the wardrode,to let Guy de Rocheford have 20l. for his losses sustained by him in going to the army of the Garonne(Garr').

Protection without term for the abbot and convent of St.Cross, Bordeaux.

SOME OTHER WRITS MADE IN GASCONY MAY BE SOUGHT ON THE DORSE OF THE ROLL.

HERE LANDED THE KING WHEN HE RETURNED FROM GASCONY,AND THIS ROLL IS CONTINUED,AS WELL AS OTHERS MADE IN GASCONY,UNTIL THE 28TH YEAR OF THE KING'S REIGN.

MEMBRANE 2.

Sept. 27.Port[chester].

Presentation of Philip de Sabaudia to the church of Wingham,in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the archbishopric of Canterbury; directed to Master S.archdeacon of Canterbury.

Sept.28.Winchester.

Royal assent to the election of Walter,prior of St.Peter's,Gloucester, to be abbot of that house,and mandate to the bishop of[Worcester]to do his part herein.

Sept. 30. Winchester.

To the better and greater and elder part of the convent of St.Edward, Shaftebiry.As they are without an abbess,Agnes de Ferariis having renounced her election,and the election of Constance Saunzaver made by the ordinary having been rightly quashed,and they have sent to the king Margery de London,Mary de Hastinges,the above Agnes and Claricia de Mere,nuns there,to pray for licence to elect,the king grants the said licence.

Presentation of Geoffrey de Norhamton to the church of Kenewarton in the diocese of Worcester,in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the abbey of Evesham;directed to the bishop of Worcester.

Oct. 1. Winchester.

Writ de intendendoto the tenants of the abbey of St.Peter,Gloucester, in favour of W.prior thereof,elected to be abbot.

Mandate to Geoffrey de Leukenore to give him seisin of the said abbey and its lands.

Grant to Geoffrey de Bello Campo of 20l. a year at the exchequer of Michaelmas,until the king provide him with land of wards or escheats to that value.

And he has a writ of liberate patent.

The prior of St.Swithun's,Winchester,has two tuns of wine by prest of the king as appears on the Close Roll.

[Cancelled.]Because on the Fine Roll.

Oct. 4. Winchester.

Grant to John de Ely of the custody,during the minority of the heirs, of the land late of William Luverez; saving the marriage of the heirs.

Oct. 9. Windsor.

Mandate to E.bishop of Salisbury to do his part touching Agnes Lungespe,nun of Werewelle,to whose election as abbess of St.Edward's, Shaftesbury,the king has given his assent.

Presentation of Guy de la Palu to the church of Geitunzton,void by the resignation of Philip,proctor of the church of Valence.

Afterwards the date was changed,to wit,at Westminster,14 October.

Royal assent to the election of Agnes Lungespe,nun of Wherewell,to be abbess of Shaftebiry,with writ to the tenantde intendendo.

Mandate to Robert Passelewe,keeper of the abbey,to give her seisin of the abbey and lands.

Oct. 17. Westminster.

Mandate to Hugh Giffard and Bernard de Sabaudia to deliver the son and heir of Nicholas de Bello Campo,whom W.archbishop of York delivered into their custody,to Simon de Norfolc,messenger of John Maunsel,to whom the king has granted the custody of the said heir and his marriage.

Oct. 19. Westminster.

Writ of liberate to the treasurer and chamberlains to pay 40 marks a year to William de Oddingeseles at the Exchequer,until the king provide for him in land or escheats to that value.

Oct. 17. Westminster.

Charter,directed to justices,sheriffs,bailiffs or ministers and others and to all Jews of England,granting to Elias le Evesk(Episcopo), Jew of London,the high priestship(presbiteratum) of all Jews of England,for life,so that no one may molest him for this,with all liberties and free customs belonging to it,and if any offend in this respect, they are without delay to cause it to be amended,saving the amends to the king. Witnesses:—W.archbishop of York,R.bishop of Chichester,the chancellor,W.bishop of Carlisle,W.de Cantilupo,W.de Eboraco,Ralph son of Nicholas,Geoffrey le Despenser,Robert Passelewe,Paulinus Peyvre,Richard de Clifford,Walter de Luton and others.

Oct. 20. Westminister.

Grant to Philip Basset or to his assigns,for a fine of 100 marks,of the custody,during the minority of the heirs,of the lands and heirs of Maud de Lucy,with the marriage of the heirs; with advowsons of churches, wards,escheats,and all things which might pertain to the said custody; so that if the eldest heir die before his majority,the said Philip shall have the custody of the others,from heir to heir.And the said fine shall be paid at the Exchequer at the rate of 100 marks a year,50 at Easter and 50 at Michaelmas.

Oct.21. Westminster.

Presentation of Stephen de Helewell to a mediety of the church of Cotegrave,in the diocese of York,in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the priory of Lenton.

Oct. 1. Westminster.

Charter granting to Robert de Lexinton and his heirs free warren in his demesne lands of Egrum.Witnesses:—W.archbishop of York,R. bishop of Chichester,chancellor,W.bishop of Carlisle,W.de Cantilupo the elder,W.de Eboraco,Philip Basset,Robert de Mucegros,Herbert son of Matthew,Paulinus Peyvre,Nicholas de Bolevill, Walter de Luton, Theobold de Englechevill and others.

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Oct.23.Westminster.

Grant to Thomas de Stretton,upon the resignation of Robert de Lexinton,of the prebend which the latter had in the church of Wells,in the king's gift by reason of the voidance of the bishopric of Bath:directed to the dean and chapter of Wells.

Oct. 13. Westminster.

Charter granting to Simon de Cryoyl and Maud his wife and their heirs free warren in all their demesne lands of Asherdeford,of a weekly market there on Saturdays,and a yearly fair for three days on the eve,day and morrow of the Decollation of St.John the Baptist.Witnesses:—The archbishop of York,R.bishop of Chichester,W.bishop of Carlisle, W.bishop of Worcester,William Lungespe,W.de Cantilupo,Geoffrey le Despenser,Robert de Mucegros,John de Plesseto,P.Peyvre,Nicholas de Bolevill,Richard de Clifford,Walter de Luton,Theobald de Englechevill and others.

Grant to the archbishop of York or his assign of the marriage of Peter de Malo Lacu,son and heir of Peter de Malo Lacu,and in case of his death of Robert de Malo Lacu,brother of the said Peter,and so from heir to heir.

Mandate to W.de Ferariis,earl of Derby,to send by one of his men to the king of the son and heir of John son of Philip.

Oct. 27. Westminster.

Safe-conduct without term for Owen son of Howel and Mereduc son of Mailgun.

Oct. 24. Westminster.

Confirmation of the ordinance made by W.archbishop of York,R. bishop of Chichester,the chancellor,and W.bishop of Carlisle,between the dean and chapter of Wells of the one part,and of Peter Saracenus, son of Peter Saracenus,of the other part,touching the church of Cungresbiry,to which the king presented the said Peter as being in his gift through the voidance of the bishopric of Bath,but which the dean and chapter claimed as impropriated to them by reason of a gift made to them by Jocelin,bishop of Bath,in his lifetime;saving the right of the bishop of Bath therein.