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2See no 288. ^All within these brackets has
^Master Adam de Driffeld and been crossed out, and what follows

Sir Roger de Mar. in no. 287 added at the bottom.

*Three entries illegible. 'The words in brackets have been

"See no. 287. destroyed in the MS.
^Cancelled.



314 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

prudencia [confidenjtes, negocia ejusdem ecclesie et

nostra vobis fiducialiter commendamus. Amiciciam
vestram attencius requirentes quatinus sta[tum et]i
expkL to condiciones decanatus Ebor. et onera eidem incumbencia,
and M?dinai quc Omnia bene nostis, super quibus eciam pariter contulimus
abou"\he ^on est [diu]i domino nostre pape et domino Francisco
Yo^dr^ °^ cardinali, captata oportunitate comoda, velitis exponere
et ad honorem nostre ecclesie super hoc vo[tivum]i adhiberi
remedium procurare, nostrumque proprium negocium cordi
the°kmg habere et illud gratis affectibus promovere. Exponentes,
personal """^ si placet, cidcm domino pape quahter dominus noster rex
and hlT'^'^ nostra noluit hiis temporibus carere presencia dum erat in
^tth<i'^^ °'"^ regno, quin pocius placuit ei, quando ad partes Flandrenses
guardians of sg traustulcrat, nos dilecti fihi sui et regni unacum quibus-
whiist he is dam ahis de quibus confidebat magnatibus deputare [con-
so theVpe siharium etp custodem, quod non credimus vos latere, ut
must^^orgive j^jgj^s [domiuus papa, vobis procurantibus, nos habeat [in
?o Ro°mJ"^ omnibus]^ excusatos. Exponentes eciam [eidem]^ domino
pape quod mercatores [inveniri non poterunt]* qui [hiis
Also that we dicbus aliquaml^ a nobis velint recipere^ pecuniam [ad curiam

have tried in T.J r r i-iii-

vain to send trausfcrcndam, sicut ei alias scripsimus, licet ad id laboravi-

money. mus usquequam].^ In prosecucione autem predictorum,

si placet, taliter geratis, quod vestros temporibus prede-

cessorum nostrorum^ pro Ebor. ecclesia impensos labores

[et impendendos pro nobis]^ debeamus merito respicere,

sicut volumus, oportune. Statum vestrum et negociorum

et curie, dum in ea steteritis, frequencius petimus nobis

scribi.

Fo. 48. 323. H., permissione divina Eboracensis electus, omnibus

Commission militibus et libere tenentibus salutem. Ad recipien-

to receive ■, ■ , . • • i i it

seisin. dum nomme nostro saysmam maneriorum ejusdem ballive
et fidelitates tam liberorum quam villanorum et alia que ad

sey loco nostro attornavimus per presentes ; vobis

mandantes quatinus eundem ad premissa loco nostro

^The words in brackets have been consecracionis munere et [pallio]

destroyed in the MS. cum dcbita reverencia ad sanctam

^Words in brackets interiined. Romanani curiam venisscmus, [si

^The words in brackets interlined tutus patuisset transitus]. The

and the following passage cancelled : word pallio has been cancelled.
[Ut idem dominus papa], per ^Words in brackets interlined,

vestram discrecionem super premis- and " non invenimus " cancelled,
sis plenius informatus, nil preter "" Licet cam ipsispluries optuleri-

honestum de nobis concipiat, vel mus hiis diebus ad curiam trans-

per nos [fuisse] aliqualiter pro- mittendam " cancelled,
curatum quominus pro recipiendis ^Et nostris cancelled.



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 315

f acienda in premissis maneriis custodes apposuerint,

intendentes sitis et respondentes. In cujus rei testimonium
litteras etc.

Capta seysina, capiantur lidelitates hoc modo. A singulis Form of

juret quod ipse erit fidus et fidelis magistro H., etc., feX^

et fidelitatem eidem et suis ballivis portabit de tenementis
que de ipso H. tenet, et servicia et consuetudines, de predictis
tenementis debita et consueta, fideliter recognoscet et plena
ad suos terminos persolvet et faciet.

Postea extendatur quodlibet manerium per se, quantum Form of
valet in omnibus exitibus, et, si fieri possit, inquiratur manors"^
antiqua extenta, ut sic videri possit si extenta nunc facienda
excedat illam extentam, vel ad eam non attingat. Et, si
non attingit, inquiratur per quern, utrum, videlicet, per
destruccionem aut vastum factum in boscis aut aliis
pertinenciis predictorum maneriorum per exchaetorem aut
ballivos predecessoris. Inquiratur eciam de agricultura si
bene servata sit et continuata, et si def[iciat] per quem.
Inquiratur eciam de bobus et aliis quibuscumque dimissis in
predictis maneriis si restant, vel alia majoris vel minoris
precii loco eorum ponantur, et per quem. Inquiratur eciam
de singulis defectibus, vastis et destruccionibus domorum
[et] boscorum et exilio villanorum et aliorum dampnorum
predecessoris J. archiepiscopi, factorum in predictis maneriis.
Et scribantur nomina juratorum prefate inquisicionis, et
ipsi sigilla sua inquisicioni ipsi apponant.

324. Archiepiscopus Dublinensis. Die Sabbati apud fo. 48d.

sanctum Albanum. In pane pro v^. In xxxvj ^-^^ ^^^

lagenis cervisie cum cariagio ijs xd. In allece viijd. In entertam-

stocfis uno salmonis dimidii ijs xj^. Injluceoijs. In a^chb. of

viij soles viijd. In rochi viij^. In ij estik' anguilla-

rum^ xd. In iij grossioribus anguillis xiiijtf. In ovis j^. In

ard preeuncium iiijd quad, cum equo Johannis. In

litera iiij^. In feno pro equis in stabulo abbatis ijd. In

domini ]d. In vadiis xxj garcionum ijs viij^ ob.

Prebend' iij quart, de exhenniis per abbatem.

325. Idibus Novembris (Nov. 13), 1297. Wylton. Bond fo. 49.
by Henry archbishop elect in 200 marks to Master Adam

de Walton.

^Roach. their being held together by means

^Stickes anguillarum ; smaller of a hook stick run through the gills,

eels, which were sometimes reckoned as sometimes at present (Durham

by the stick of 25, no doubt from Account Rolls, iii, 971).



3l6 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

Fo. 7c. 226. [Willelmo de] Kellesolti salutem. Scribimus

Keueshou^ magistro Ade de Walton', precentori Lichefeldensis ecclesie,

on money quod illis c libris quas nuper Londoniis nobis numerare

ma trs. promisit, velit l marcas adicere ita quod sint cc marce in
toto, et eas vobis nostro nomine liberare ; cui litteras

nostras sibi directas persona pro mutuo cc marcarum

habendo. Quas si concedere noluerit, recipiatis saltern cli

nobis promissas. Unde mittimus nostras litteras

obligatorias, unam scilicet de cc marcis et unam de cli, ut
unam ipsarum prefato magistro Ade juxta receptum ab eo

mu[tuum] per vos cancellata, nobis altera remittatur,

unacum quadam alia littera nostra obligatoria penes eundem

magistrum Adam residente per quas in cli alias fuimus

obligati, que nobis remittatur per vos similiter cancellata.

Dictam [autem] quam receperitis pecuniam apud Newerk'

vel Lincolniam in salva custodia deponatis quousque aliud

a nobis super hoc receperitis in mandatis. Valete.

Fo. 53. 227. Venerabili in Christo patri, domino J., Dei gracia

The archb. Karleolensi episcopo, H., permissione ejusdem Eboracensis

Carusie " clcctus, salutcm et sincere caritatis continuum [incrementum].

him To'hoid Cum nonnulli tam religiosi quam beneficiati sint de nostra

tiUin^Y^ork diocesi ordinandi, et eo plures quo in ipsa a principio vaca-

uierfhad^ ciouis scdis ordiucs non fuerint celebrati, paterni-

durinr'thr tatem vestram attente rogamus quatinus placeat vobis in
^acancy of allquo loco uostrc diocesis quo volueritis, vobis congruo et

vicino, de benefici[atis] utriusque diocesis, hos

instantes ordines post festum beate Lucie virginis (Dec. 13)
proximos celebrare, et nobis super hoc et de loco ordinum in

hac convo[cacione] Ebor. die Veneris in vigilia beati

Andree^ habenda, si ad eam personaliter venire non poteritis,
vestrum beneplacitum litteratorie nunci[ate].

Fo. 54. 328. Suo de Langeton'3 suus presbiter

The archb. Eboraccnsis in omnibus quicquid sibi. De litteris statum
john^'de^"' vestrum et curie continentibus quas misistis vobis referimus
ThankTfor gratcs multas. Set quid in istis partibus accenso Scottorum
wththe'"' furore hiis diebus vobis enarrare nescimus, nisi quod

court news.

northing to ^On Dec. 30, 1295. Master Henry ^xhe vigil of St. Andrew (Nov.

tell of de Newerk, dean of York, going 29) fell on a Friday in 1297.

except the bevond the seas on the king's 'blaster Tohn de Langton, bishop

cruelties of Service, had letters, nominating of Chichester, 1305-1337. On Aug.

the Scots. John Russel and William de Keles- 26, 1297, the archbishop wrote to

holt his attorneys until Easter him asking for news from the Court

(C. P. R., 1292-I3U1, p. 178). (no. 287), and the above would seem

to be a reply to Langton's letter.



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 317

quicquid coram ipsis inveniunt in pulverem et cinerem
convertunt, [non] parcendo statui, sexui vel etati. Fecimus
tamen in hiis partibus quod potuimus remedii contra inimicos

hujusmodi adhibendi lo apud Eboracum ob hoc

specialiter convocatis. Et oportebit quod potencior aliquis fmpon°aace°^

de illis partibus cum omni celeritate ducend' nostrum J^"commTnd

exercitum ad partes ipsas mittatur, sicut ex litteris domini ^^^ a^my..
Johannis de Insula^ domino nostro, domini regis nato,

di[rectis] ebit ; alioquin inceptum negocium felicem

non capiet exitum, set quod dolenter exprimimus cicius

relinquetur frustratum quod sumptuosam plus

malefaciendo audaciam et nostratibus in ruinam. Ceterum ^.J'u gj^^^^

clerus noster gratanter quintam, ita quod, ipsis in pay ttie fifth.

parte aliquando solucionis pecunie deficientibus, eorum
animalia et bona alia pro sustentacione exercitus cedant
coUectoribus.

329 Cur' continentibus referimus vobis grates, ^o. 54d.

Et, ecce, quod dolens refero, adeo Scottorum invaluit The archb.

potencia hiis loquar breviter totam patriam vasta- The scotch

verunt. Et Hcet solerti vigilancia laboravimus pro remedio ftTuif spfte

contra hujusmodi potenciam in nostris partibus ad- "ouTd do.^

hibendo, non tamen videtur michi quod sine majorum regni Nothing can
adiutorio ad partes istas po regni negocium votive prosper it

-" ^ '^ 00 great people

poterit prosperari. Ad hec clerum Ebor. ad diem Veneris in don't heip.

vigilia beati Andree (Nov. 29, 1297) coram me apud

primo, quibus hec borialis patria presertim supponitur, quo i have
efficacius potui eidem expositis, ad quintam solvendam [he def|y to

induxi, quam con gratanter tam in pecunia quam pay a fifth.

rebus et bonis aliis, que pro ipso clero, deficiente eis pecunia,
possint cedere in solutum. Valete.

^One of the Barons of the Exchequer.



3l8 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.



Fo. 56.



Tadcaster.



Leathley.



Mr. Hugh de

Menyng-

thorpe.

Copgrove.



Mandate
from the
chapter of
York to the
prior of
Healaugh
Park, to
admit a
canoQ
whom he
had

forbidden to
come into
the house
for

complaining
to the late
archb.
about
the prior's
conduct.



REGISTRUM SEDE VACANTE.

REGISTRUM CAPITULI EBORACENSIS, SEDE
VACANTE PER MORTEM HENRICI ARCHIEPISCOPI.i

ARCHIDIACONATUS EBORACENSIS.

330. 6 kal. Sept. (Aug. 27) 1299.2 Letters dimissory for
William, son of Oto de Ryvil, deacon, vicar of Tadecaster,
for priest's orders.

331. 5 idus Sept. (Sept. 9), 1299. The same for John de
Chageley, deacon, rector of a mediety of the church of
Letheley.

332. 18 kal. Oct. (Sept. 14), 1299. The same for Master
Hugh de Menyngthorpe, deacon and canon of York, for
priest's orders from O., bishop of Lincoln.^ Also for John de
Coppegrave, rector of Coppegrave.

333. Ut prior de Parco admittat canonicum domus sue
in observancia regular!, qui articulos dilapidacionis bonorum
contra ipsum priorem archiepiscopo, dum vixit, proposuit.
Capitulum, etc., sede vacante, dilecto, etc., priori de Parcho,
salutem in omnium Salvatore. Sua nobis H. de Schepp',
confrater et concanonicus vester, gravi conquestione
monstravit quod, cum ipse dudum bone memorie H.,
Eboracensi archiepiscopo, pro animarum salute et utilitate
domus vestre de Parcho quosdam articulos excommunica-
cionis vestre majoris, grandes dilapidaciones bonorum dicte
domus vestre per vos factas, proprietatem contra statuta
ordinis et correccione digna quam plurima alia continentes,
tradidisset seu eciam porrexisset, idem archiepiscopus vobis
dedit per suas litteras in mandatis ut eundem canonicum
vestrum, donee de predictis articulis foret plenius discussum
in observancia regulari pertractare sine gravamine curaretis ;
set vos, ut asserit, dicto archiepiscopo de medio sublato.



^The following grants of prebends,
which became vacant during the
voidance of the see, are entered in
the Calendar of Patent Rolls, 1292-
1301. Aug. 24, 1299. Master

Peter Aymericy, king's clerk, the
prebend, held by Master Raymund
de Ferraria, deceased in the church
of Beverley (p. 436). Sept. 16,
1299. Adam de Osgodeby, the
prebend of Ulfskelf (p. 437). Sept.
28, 1299. Aymo de Sabaudia, the
king's kinsman, the prebend, held



by Master William Segyn, deceased,
in the church of York (p. 440).
Segyn is probably the same person
as William Seguini del Got, canon
of Wells, brother of Bernard de
Goth, cardinal bishop of Albano,
who had letters of protection in
1296 (p. 189).

2A11 these documents " sede
vacante " are dated at York.

SQliver Sutton, 1280— Nov. 13,
1299.



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 319

dicentes judicem ipsius canonici jam mortuum et non
reputantes verbo et facto nos post ejus obitum jurisdic-
cionem habere eandem, memorato canonico occasione
premissorum, precipue ne ad nos accederet conquesturus,
nulla culpa id ipsius alia exposcente, exitum hostiorum
quatuor claustri, racionis judicium non sequentes, interdicere
ac alia sibi inferre gravamina indebite curavistis, in ipsius
canonici prejudicium non modicum, jurisdiccionis Ebora-
censis ecclesie contemptum, et vestri ordinis scandalum
perquam magnum ; unde idem canonicus, ad nos accedens,
eosdem articulos nobis exhibens, peciit domui sue et sibi in
hac parte de oportuno remedio provideri. Nos, vero,
morum et excessuum correccionem condignam in domo
vestra scinceris affectibus et . , . . visitacionis officium prioratui
vestro, tam in capite quam in membris, censuimus excercen-

dum, quod tamen ista fratrum absenciam usque in

proximam convocacionem differimus et ex causa ; volentes

ac districte vobis mandan[tes] dictum canonicum

vestrum in domo vestra interim debite admittatis, nichil

omnino contra eundem premissorum occasione

attemptantes, aut facientes per alium vel alios attemptari ;

scientes quod si secus egeritis, veritate vos quod

canonicum fuerit statuetur. Valete. Dat., etc.

334. 6 kal. Oct. (Sept. 26, 1299). Commission to the ^i^J^'^^"°"^
warden of the spirituality of Snayth and Master John de
Roderham, elk., to seek out and receive criminous clerks
found guilty before the bailiffs of the earl of Lincoln in the

soke of Snayth on Monday before Michaelmas (Sept. 28).

335. 4 idfts Oct. (Oct. 12), 1299. Commission to Master Linton-in-
John de Berewike to judge in the cause between William

de Morby, plaintiff, and William de Campeden, in possession,
about a mediety of the church of Lynton.

336. Licence to Master Alan Wiles, rector of Neuton en le ^^°^
Wylghes,! to study for one year.

337. Letters dimissory to Master Thomas de Clyfford,
subdeacon.

338. Licence to Sir William de Folkardeby, rector of ^^['j^o'''^-
Ackeworth, and to Sir Adam de Waleton, rector of Mitton,

to study for one year.

339. 3 kal. Nov. (Oct. 30), 1299. Mandate to the st. Mary,
archdeacon of York or his official to induct John de castiegate.

^Called, in 1546, Newton Kyme alias Newton in the Willowes
{Yorkshire Fines (Tudor), i, 125).



320 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.

Toppeclyve,! elk., into the custody of the sequestration of

a mediety of the church of the Blessed Mary, Castlegate,

York, {juxta portam castri Ehoracensis) to which he had been

presented by Sir Henry de Percy, knt.

Boiton-on- 340. 2 uonas Nov. (Nov. 4), 1299. Licence to Sir John

de Oustliorpe, rector of a mediety of the church of Bolton on

Derne, to study for one year.

Fo. 56d. 341. 2 kal. Dec. (Nov. 30), 1299. Institution of brother

Bingiey. William de Wylmerly, canon of Drax, on the pres. of the

prior and convent of the same, to the vicarage of Byngeley,

vacant by the resignation of brother William de Rocheholm.

ciel'ki!'°"^ 342. 9 kal. Nov. (Oct. 24), 1299. Commission to the

dean of the Christianity of York and Sir William de Kyrketon,

rector of Holy Trinity in Gothrumgate, to seek out and

receive criminous clerks, found guilty before the king's

justices at York.

AUcedeia 343. 3 Commissiou to the subprior of Selleby, the

Robert the warden (custos) of the spirituality of the same, and Master

his'^^fe!^" John de Nassington major, "in causa matrimoniali seu

A marriage ^j^^j-^^jj inter Aliciam de Haya actricem ex parte una, et

Robertum forestarium et Johannam uxorem ejusdem, reos

ex altera, ad cognoscendum, procedendum et continuandum

processum coram magistro Johanne de Nassington', per bone

memorie H., quondam archiepiscopum Eboracensem

specialiter deputato, super dicta causa habitum, processus

per vos faciendo previa racione ; ita quod si omnes dicte

cause cognicioni non interfueritis, duo vestrum, tercio

absente et minime excusato nee eciam expectato, in ipsa

causa procedant et earn fine debito sentencialiter terminent

et decident."

Weston. 244. 5 idus Nov. (Nov. 9), 1299. Licence to Sir

Richard, vicar of Veston, " ut beatorum Petri et Pauli

apostolorum licite valeas limina visitare proviso quod

dicta vicaria debitis obsequiis interim non fraudetur."

mTm^ 345- ^-^ ^^^- ■^^^- (No"^- 21), 1299. Letters dimissory to

Sir Thomas de Ebroycis, subdeacon, rector of Great Sandale.
He also had licence on kal. Dec. (Dec. i) to study for one year.
346. 2 kal. Dee. (Nov. 30), 1299. Mandate to the dean

Bi'yth'v^'^the of Retford to cite Thomas del Stabel of S Ryley, and

colTvent'.'^ Thomas son of Albreda de Thothword, to appear on
Thursday after the feast of St. Lucy the virgin (Dec. 17) before

^7 idus Dec. (Dec. 7). Topped jrvc had letters dimissory (fo. 56d.)

^Processui.



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 32I

special commissioners in the causes being tried in the court
at York between Sir John, perpetual vicar of Blida, plaintiff,
and the prior and convent of the same, defendants.

347. Kal. Dec. (Dec. i, 1299). Henry de Heselington,
acolyte, had letters dimissory " ad titulum patrimonii."

348. 7 idus Dec. (Dec. 7), 1299. Notice to the prior and ^^^""sh
convent of Healaugh Park {de Parco) that Masters Robert de ^'^'
Forda, canon of York, and John de Nassington, the official,

had been appointed to visit them.i

349. 3 idus Dec. (Dec. 11, 1299). Licence to William
Chauncy, rector of Holy Trinity, King's Court, York, to
study for one year.

350. 14 kal. Feb. (Jan. 19, 1299-1300). Letters dimissory fo.ss.
for Walter de Angrum, acolyte, these being present. Master
Robert de Ford, Master John de Hustwait and Master
Thomas de Eadburbury.

351. 13 kal. Feb. (Jan. 20, 1299-1300). Notice to the Arthingt
subprioress and convent of Arthington (Ardington in the ^"°''^'
margin) of the appointment of the prior of Bolton and
Master W. de Yarewelle to confirm the election they should
make of a prioress in the place of Maude de Kesewike.

352. 10 kal. Feb. (Jan, 23, 1299-1300). Notice that criminous
Saturday after the Purification (Feb. 6) had been assigned '''^'^^'
to Nicholas, son of Robert de Scurueton, called (dicti) the
apothecary of York, clerk, accused of theft in a secular
court, to make his purgation in the greater church at York. 2

353. 5 kal. Feb. (Jan. 28), 1299-1300. Appointment of
Edward of York, clerk, as curator to John, son of John de
Crauncewyke, clerk, who was of tender age.

354. 5 idus Feb. (Feb. 9), 1299-1300. Institution and Harewood.
induction of Humphrey Beauchamp {de Bello campo),
acolyte, to the church of Harewode, on the King's presenta-

^On fo. 58 is a notice of the same probably the compurgators in this

date that the visitation would take case : — Thomas de Salleye, [Ran-

place on Wednesday after the dulphus sancte Marie], Nicholaus

feast of St. Nicholas the bishop clericus forbilour, Nicholaus Polles,

(Dec. 9). Willelmus de Houedene, Robertus

^Mandate on 3 nonas Feb. (Feb. de eadem, Nicholaus clericus sancti

3) to Patrick de Braferton, bailiff of Martini, Johannes clericus de Stayn-

Rypon, to bring Scurueton to York, gate, Alanus de Scardeburg,

who was in prison in his custody. Robertus clericus de Oleue, Ricar-

Certificate of his purgation before dus de Bekingham, Ricardus de

Master John de Nassington, the Gloucestre, Johannes clericus

of&cial of the chapter. On f o. 57, sancte Elene, Adam Spring, Thomas

an interpolation, is a list of names,



on



322 THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK.



Oratory.



Fo. 58d.
BarnbyDon,



Arthington
Priory.



Criminous
clerk.



All Saints
York.



TeversaU.



Commission
to receive an
anchoress
dwelling in
the chapel
of St.
Edmund,
near

Doncaster
bridge.



tion. He had letters dimissory for the order of subdeacon.i

355. 13 kal. March (Feb. 18), 1299-1300. Licence to
Master John de Nassington major to celebrate divine service
" infra septa domorum tuarum in civitate Eboracensi in
parochia sancti Michaelis, juxta ecclesiam cathedralem
sancti Petri, inter domos prebendarum de Massam et
Donyngton."

356. 9 kal. Marcii (Feb. 22, 1299-1300). Institution and
induction of Henry de Heselyngton, acolyte, to the church of
Barneby on Done, on the pres. of Joan, widow of Sir Adam
Newmarch {de Novo mercato), knt. He had letters dimissory
for all holy orders and leave to study for one year.

357. 4 kal. Marcii (Feb. 27), 1299-1300. Commission
from the chapter to Sir William de Jafford, chaplain, to
survey the state of the houses and all the moveable goods
then belonging to the monastery of Ardington, and which
had belonged to it at the time of the death of Maude de
Kesewike, the late prioress, and to ascertain their value.

358. Same day. Proclamation that Monday before the
feast of St. Gregory the pope (March 7) had been assigned to
Nicholas de Pytyngton of York, clerk, accused in a secular
court of theft, to make his purgation in the greater church
at York.2

359. 2 kal. Marcii (Feb. 29), 1299-1300. Letters dimissory
for Hamo de Alverthorpe, acolyte, presented to the church of
All Saints, York, for all holy orders from any bishop except a
Scotch one. He also had letters of institution, and the
archdeacon of York, or his official, was ordered to induct.

360. Same day. Commission to Master John de Berewike
to try an appeal from a " sentencia difhnitiva " of Master
[Thomas] de Eaddersbury, canon of York, in a cause between
Sir Thomas de Barri, rector of the church of Tyversolt, and
Sir William de Thorntoft, appellant, about that church.

361. 17 kal. [Aprilis] (March 16, 1299-1300). Commissio
ad admittendum quandam anachoritam. Capitulum, etc.,
dilecto sibi in Christo domino. . . . , abbati de Rupe, salutem,
etc. De vestra sincera consciencia confidentes, ad



^Presentation by the king, dated
Nov. 29, 1298 {Cal. P.R. (1292-
1301), p. 323). Presented again
Jan. 9, 1300 {Ibid., p. 486).

24 nonas Marcii (March 4).
Patrick de Braferton, baihff of
Ripon, was commanded to bring



Pytyngton to York ; and two days
later Master J. de Nassington was
commissioned to receive his purga-
tion. The names of his compurga-
tors were sewn to the commission,
but have not been entered in the
register.



THE REGISTER OF ARCHBISHOP HENRY OF NEWARK. 323

[Beatricem] filiam Thome de Hoddesack', latricem pre-
sencium, cujus mores et merita conversacioque honesta apud

nos commendant capella et domibus beati Edmundi

juxta pontem Doncastrie, ubi ut in loco ad id honesto et

apto de consensu vitam ducendo solitariam, affectat

jugiter Domino famulari ; et ad faciendum ea que ad

inclusionem hujusmodi req (con)sensum omnium

quorum interest, vobis harum serie committimus vices
nostras. Bene valete.i

[ARCHIDIACONATUS ESTRIDINGIE].

362. 15 kal. Aprilis (March i8, 1299-1300). Commission Rowiey.
to Master John de Berewike, commissary general of the
court of York, and Master John Fraunceys of to try

the cause between Sir John le Wake knt., and Robert de
Be[verlaco]2 elk., presented to the church of Rouley,
plaintiffs, and Sir Alan de Thornton, claiming to be rector,
on the other part.

363. 2 kal. Aprilis (March 31), 1300. Mandate from the ^j^^*"^
chapter to Patrick de Braferton, bailiff of Ripon, to receive

and retain in safe custody Adam de Hougate, elk., accused of
theft in a secular court, whom the dean of the Christianity



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