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John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge grant to sir Thomas de
Somersete, chaplain, each day in the year, 2 Avhite loaves and one
gallon of beer, commencing the Sunday in the feast . . . . 1320.

Dated the Thursday next after the feast of the Nativity B. V. M.,
1320. Ch. 88*.

Charter. Temp. Ed. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 89*.

Rental of lands belonging to the prior and convent of Tunbridge,
arranged in quarterly payments, (c. 1340.) Ch. 119.

Indenture witnessing that the prior and convent of Tunbridge

demise to Walter , Clement his son, and Felicia, wife of

Clement, for their lives, a certain messuage in the parish of

for an annual rent of 2S.

Dated at Tunbridge, 8 April, ro Rich. II. Ch. 124.

Indenture by which the prior and convent of Tunbridge grant to

John Begby certain land which Richard Skynhale formerly had, &c.

Dated . . . Michaelmas, 22 Rich. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 128.

Indenture by which Thomas Lewes, the prior, and convent of
Tunbridge demise to John Maundeville of Stanesgate, co. Essex, a
messuage, ten acres of land, and four acres of marsh ; also a tenement

and land in [Mutilated.]

Dated at Stanesgate, 20 April, 8 Hen. IV. Ch. 132.

Indenture between the prior and convent of Tunbridge of the one
part, and Richard .... and Joan his wife of Bodkesham of the other

part, witnesseth [Mutilated.]

Dated at Tunbridge the feast of St. Michael, 9 Hen. VI. Ch. 133.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 119

KENT.

Indenture made lo .... in the . . Hen. VIII, between Richard

Thomlyn, prior, and the monastery of Tunbridge, of the one part, and

William Cook of Estegrenewych, concerning their parsonage of .... ,

within the county of Kent [Mutilated.] Ch. 141.

Bartholomew de Wichelindenn grants to the prior and canons of
Tunbridge one croft lying near Tunbridge, between the land of the said
canons and the land of Gervase Palmer, (c. 1240.) [Mutilated.]

Ch. II.

Edith, daughter of John the merchant, grants to the church of
St. Mary Magdalen of Tunbridge all her lands in the parish of Tun-
bridge. (c. 1220.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 12.

William Crispin grants to William Cuminehe the whole of his
messuage in Tunbridge, he paying for all services lib of cummin,
saving the service due to the church of St. Mary Magdalen, Tunbridge.
(c. 1260.) Ch. 18.

Henry, son of Nicholas Fromund, grants to the church of Tunbridge
an annual rent of one penny from the land of ' la Denne ' in the parish
of Tunbridge. (c. 1220.) Ch. 21.

William, son of Eilwin, grants to John Rolland one 'deiwerk' of
land in Tunbridge. (c. 1220.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 38.

Robert, son of Peter Blod, grants to the prior and canons of
Tunbridge the whole gift which Peter his father with his body made
to them, viz. one croft which lies near the way going from Tunbridge
to Winchelsea, and 6d. annual rent from Bartholomew the physician,
(c. 1220.) Ch. 39.

Peter Blod, son of Humphrey Blod, grants to tlie prior and canons
of Tunbridge a croft which lies to the right of the way which leads
from Tunbridge to Winchelsea, and also 6d. annual rent received from
Bartliolomew the physician from a messuage in the borough of
Tunbridge which he holds of him. (c. 1220.) Ch. 40.

Walter, son of Walter Scrotyn and Alice Cotel, quit-claims to the
prior and canons of Tunbridge all his right and claim in all the lands
and tenements which were Richard's, son of Benedict Cotel, in the
parish of Tunbridge. (c. 1250.) Ch. 45.

John, son of Ralph de Hynesfeld, grants to the prior and canons
of St. Mary Magdalen, Tunbridge, 30 pence of annual rent wiiich
Walter and Rosfer, sons of .... , were accustomed to pay out of
the lands they held of him in Yndenne in the parish of Tunbridge.
(c. 1230.) (7A. .50.

Robert, son of John de Hynesfeld, and Agnes his wife, grant to
Ralph, son of Jordan de Hynesfeld, 12 pence of rent which Baldwin

was accustomed to pay for certain land called in Ydenne.

(c. 1230-40.) Ch. 50*,

Nicholas Godere grants to Thomas .... one part of his enclosure
[Hage] in the borough of Tunbridge, namely, that which is called
Fikeresland. (c. 1250.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 55.



120 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.
Roger, son of Baldwin the Convert, grants to the prior and canons
of Tunbridge the whole of the land called ' Hoppereslond,' which carae
to him after the death of his father, in the parishes of Tunbridge and
Bitteberg', as well as other lands in Tunbridge. (c. 1260.) [Mutilated.']

Ch. 57.

Richard, son of Benedict Cotel, quit-claims to the church and
canons of Tunbridge the whole of his land and tenement, with ap-
purtenances, &c., in the village of Tunbridge. (c. 1270.) Ch. 61.

Richard de Fordhamtone quit-claims to the church of St. Mary
Magdalen, Tunbridge, all his right in certain land in Tunbridge.
(c. 1270.) Ch. 64.

Grant to the priory of Tunbridge of i4d. of annual rent from a
messuage in Langport in Tunbridge. (c. 1270.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 66.

John Pistor of Tunbridge and Isabella his wife grant to John

their son in the village of Tunbridge called ' Hwetcroft/

(c. 1280.) [Mutilated.] Ch. 70.

Grant to Ralph, son of Sab .. le .... all his right in certain

land in the parish of Tunbridge at an annual rent of 2d. [Mutilated.]

Dated 9 Ed. I. Ch. 70*.

Richard, son of Nicholas le Deme of Tunbridge, grants to the
priory of Tunbridge in frankalmoigne the whole of his land called
*La Wetecrofte' in Tunbridge. (c. 1270-80.) Ch. 71.

William, son of Richard le Deme of Tunbridge, grants to the
prior and canons of Tunbridge the whole of the tenement with
houses thereon, which John le Deme his uncle held of the said canons
without their gate. Also he quit-claims to them all his right in all
other tenements which the said Richard his father, William and John
his uncles, at any time held in Tunbridge of the fee of the canons,
(c. 1270-80.) Ch. 72.

John de Brekyuche and Christiana his wife, daughter of Peter de
Hinherest, grant to Richard, son of Peter de Hinherest, and Sibella,
relict of Giles de Hinherest, one messuage with a curtilage, and one
half acre of land in Hesdenne, in the parish of Tunbridge.

Dated 10 Ed. L (7A. 75.

John Goman, senior, grants to John Paris and Margaret his wife
two acres and a half of land in the parish of Tunbridge.

Dated at Tunbridge the Thursday on the vigil of St. Andrew the
apostle, 7 Ed. 11. Ch. 80.

Stephen Crabbe grants to John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge
one messuage with a curtilage adjoining, which lies in the parish of
Tunbridge, in a certain place called Langporte.

Dated 17 Ed. II. Ch. 82.

Amicia, called * la Deghestre/ and Isabella her sister, grant to
Nicholas Lovecok three ' deywercas ' and a half of land in Tunbridge,
in a certain place called Langeport.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of the Trinity, 4 Ed. III.

Ch. 91*.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 121

KENT.
Roger de Bardenne grants to Robert and John de Hesedenne
zod. of annual rent from a meadow called Dodekynesmed in the
parish of Tunbridge,

Dated at Tunbridge the Wednesday on the feast of the Annun-
ciation, 6 Ed. III. Cli. 92.

Nicholas Lovecok of Tunbridge grants to John, son of Simon the
tailor, of Osprenge, the whole of the land which he acquired of
Amicia Deghestre and Isabella her sister*, in a certain place called
Langport in Tunbridge. \J[Iutilated.^

Dated at Tunbridge the Monday after the feast of the Annunciation,
22 Ed. III. Ch. 99.

Roger de Bardenne grants to farm to William, the prior, and
convent of Tunbridge 22^ acres of land and nine ' deyworkas,' the land
being near the way leading from Tunbridge to Speldherst.

Dated at Tunbridge on the vigil of the Epiphany, 22 Ed. III.

Ch. loi.

Roger de Barden remits and quit-claims to the prior and convent of
Tunbridge all right in' "jd. annual rent from certain land held by the
prior and convent in Tunbridge. [Mutilated.^

Dated at St. Cuthbert, 22 Ed. III. Ch. 102.

John Simon of Osprenge quit-claims to the prior and convent of
Tunbridge all right in the lands he acquired of Nicholas Lovecok in
a certain place called Langeport in Tunbridge. [Mutilated^

Dated at Tunbridge .... Purification B.V.M., 23 Ed. III.

Ch. 104.

Emma, relict of William atte Sandhell of Tunbridge, attorns John
atte Bourne to give seisin to John Simon of Osprenge of a certain part
of a curtilage in Langeport in the parish of Tunbridge, which came to
her by heirship after the death of Richard le Mous her father.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of the apostles St. Philip and
St. James, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 107.

Sampson de Middelton and Lucy his wife grant to the prior and
convent of Tunbridge, for 40s. sterling, one acre of land in ' Ston-
crouchecroft.'

Dated at Tunbridge on the octave of Easter, 19 Ed. III.
[Mutilated^ Ch. 98.

John Sampson of Tunbridge, son and heir of Sampson de Middilton,
and Lucy his wife, grants to the prior and convent of Tunbridge and
their successors all right and claim in a certain croft called Ston-
crouchcroft in the parish of Tunbridge ; also in 8 days' work of land,
with appurtenances which lie in the same croft.

Dated at Tunbridge the Thursday next before the feast of
St. Dunstan, 23 Ed. III. Ch. 108.

Roger de Barden quit-claims to the prior and convent of Tunbridge
all his right and claim in 22 J acres of land and 9 deywerks, &c.,
in a place called Quarerewode.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of St. Matthew, apostle, 23 Ed. III.
(See Ch. loi.) Ch. 109.



122 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.
KENT.

William and Roger, sons of John Mesynglegh, and Richard
Galdhelle of Tunbridge grant to John Simon of Osprenge the wliole
of the land which they had by the gift of Alice, relict of Richard
Halecok, viz. i J acre in the fields of Tunbridge.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of St. Mark, evangelist, 24 Ed. III.

Ch. no.

John Pikot and Margaret his wife grant to the prior and canons
of Tunbridge lod. of annual rent which they acquired of John Chercote
and Sarah his wife from a certain meadow called ' Dodekynesmed ' in
the parish of Tunbridge.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of St. Leonard, 27 Ed. III.
[With seals.] Ch. in*.

John, son of "William Brounyng of Eylesford, grants to

Espelon of Sandwich the whole of his share in a tenement called
Littlebarden in the parish of Tunbridge.

Dated at Tunbridge 28 Ed. III. [Mutilated.'] Ch. 112*.

Richard, son of John de Hasden, grants to the prior and canons
of Tunbridge in frankalmoigne lod. of annual rent from a meadow
called Dodekynesmede in the parish of Tunbridge.

Dated at Tunbridge on the morrow of the Assumption B. V. M.,
30 Ed. in. Ch. 11^.

Richard Sandhelle of Tunbridge demises to Robert, the prior, and
convent of Tunbridge, for 20 years, the whole of his part, viz. the half
of the grange called Blackhel, which was formerly Richard Mous', at
an annual rent of 4c?.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of St. Michael, 50 Ed. III.

Ch. 116.

William Symkyn of Tunbridge grants to Richard Hobecok of the
same place all those lands, fields, and pastures which were lately ac-
quired from Robert Hobedy and Alice Hemeres, lying in the parish of
Tunbridge at Hesdenne, in a certain place called Heraerys, in exchange
for a meadow called ' Bothelmed.'

Dated at Tunbridge the Sunday next after the feast of St.
Valentine, martyr, 50 Ed. III. Ch. 117.

Richard Hobecok of Tunbridge grants to Richard Bysschop and
Laurence Chyvaler de Bello all those lands togetlier with a field and
garden in the parish of Tunbridge, in a certain place called * Hemerys.'
Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of St. Michael, 50 Ed. III.

Ch. 118.

John Daniel of Childyntone quit-claims to William Hore of Tun-
bridge all his right in lands and tenements in Tunbridge which were
Joan's, daughter of Robert Carponter of Tunbridge, lately wife of the
said William.

Dated at Tunbridge the last day of May, 3 Rich. II. Ch. 121.

Robert, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge lease to William ....

a piece of land in the parish of Tunbridge, at an annual rent of ... .

Dated at Tunbridge, Michaelmas, 6 Rich. II. [Mutilated.] Ch. 122.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 123

KENT.
Roger Genow, clerk, John Brookes, and William Chaundeler of Ton-
bridge, grant to Richard Ernyld and others all their lands, tenements,
and rents in Tunbridge.

Dated at Tunbridge, 17 Novemb., 9 Hen. IV. [Mutilated.] Ch. 130.

The will of Agnes Ryng of Tunbridge, relict of John Ryng, made on
St. Clement's day, pope and martyr, 10 Hen. YI, containing bequests
to the priory of Tunljridge. Ch. 134.

Indenture dated 7th July, i Hen. VIII, between Richard Thomlyn,
prior, and the convent of Tunbridge of the one part, and Edward Markley
of the other part, witnesseth that the prior and convent have demised
to E. M. two pieces of land with a garden within the borough of
Tunbridge for 50 years, at an annual rent of 6s. 8c^. Ch. 136.

WETCROFT. Hamo Peche and Amicia his wife grant to Robert
Peche and his heirs half an acre of land lying in a certain field calied
* Wetcroft ;' paying annually, at the feast of St. John the Baptist, one
rose. (c. 1260.) Ch. 54.

WICHERST. Clement, son of Martin, grants to the prior and
canons of Tunbridge the whole of his land which he had upon
Wicherst, paying annually for the same one penny, (c. 1230.) See
Haisden. Ch. 29.

YALDING. Richard de AldjTige, son of Osbert the shoemaker,
grants to John Melewere of Tunbridge a certain garden with apple
trees growing upon the same, and the whole of his part of the house
standing on the same, which came to him by heirship, on the death of
Osbert his father and Thomas Prest his brother, in the parish of
Ealdinge at Twyferde. Dated 15 Ed. II. Ch. 81.

Agnes de Blakebrok, sister and heir of Thomas de Blakebrok of

Eldyngg, quit-claims to the prior and convent of Tunbridge all her right

in messuages, lands, &c., which were Thomas de Blakebrok's in Eldyngg.

Dated at Eldyng the Thursday next after the feast of Michaelmas,

8 Ed. in. Ch. 95.

Indenture witnesses that the prior and convent of Tunbridge have

granted to farm to Gilbert and Joan his wife

at Twj^ferd in the parish of

Dated at Tunbridge the Epiphany, 26 Ed. III. [Mutilated.]

Ch. III.

John Mellewere of Ealdyng grants to John Mellere, sen., a messuage
and a garden at Twyford in the village of Ealdyng.

Dated the Wednesday next after the feast of St. Peter ad vine,
22 Ed. IIL Ch. 142.

John Mellere of Ealdyng grants to John Mellwere and Ida his wife
and John their son a messuage with a garden and a piece of pasture
at Twiford in the village of Ealdyng.

Dated at Ealdyng the Thursday on the feast of the Assumption of
the Virgin, 22 Ed. III. Ch. 143.

YALDING, BRENCHLEY, TUDELEY and LEIGH. Letter
of Thomas, bishop of Rochester, concerning the appropriation of the



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124 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT,
churches of Ealdyng, Brenchesle, Tewdele, and Leigh, to the prior and
convent of Tunbridge.

Dated at the manor of Trottesclyne, 28th Nov., 1388. Oh. 125.



TUNBRIDGE. Fragments of a roll of documents belonging to
the priory of Tunbridge, viz. : — Chh. 83-88.

(a) Mutilated document relating to the convocation of the clergy of
the province of Canterbury.

(b) Petition of the religious to the archbishop of Canterbury and
others, setting forth the non-fulfilment of the conditions contained
in the king's writ, dated at Lincoln, 24 Nov., 10 Ed. II, on which
a subsidy of a tenth had been granted, and praying that the same
may be repaid to them. (See Wilkins Concilia, vol. ii. p. 460.)

(c) Deliberation of the clergy concerning the articles transmitted to
them, considered the Wednesday after the Sunday in which is sung
the office Quasimodo geniti, in the church of St. Paul's, London,
1319. [^Mutilated.^

(d) Form of appointment of an attorney for rendering an account of
the profits and issues of a manor.

(e) Letter to Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, from the chapter and
convent of Tunbridge, signifying the appointment of William de
Frend, canon of Tunbridge, as their proctor, to appear before him in
the church of St. Paul's, London, the Friday next after the Sunday
Quasimodo, to consult for the advantage of the Church of England,
&c. Dated at Tunbridge the Id. of April, 1318.

(/) Bull of pope John XXII, addressed to the abbot of Milton,
Sarum diocese, for the prior of Twynham.

Dated at Ammon 4 Id. January. [Mutilated.]

[g) Bull of pope John XXII, to the prior and convent of Winchester,
for the prior of Twynham. [Mutilated.]

(h) Letter from the pope's nuncio to the prior of Tunbridge, demand-
ing that a good horse, a palfrey, and a sumpter horse caparisoned,
may be sent to his chamberlain. Dated at London, 8 June, 13 18.

(J) Letter directed to the prior of Merton by tlie abbot of Cirencester
and the prior of Lanthony near Gloucester presiding at the general
chapter of the order of St. Augustine, for the collection of subsidy
for the lawsuit against the priory of Twynham. Dated 1318. •

(k) Letter to the heads of houses of the order of St. Augustine from
William, abbot of Merton, concerning the collection of the said
subsidy. Dated 4 Non. Nov., 1318.

(I) Letter of presentation of the heirs of Okestede. [Mutilated.]

(m) Mutilated document concerning the collection of the subsidy
against the priory of Twynham.

(n) Letter of William, abbot of St. Mary of Merton, revoking the
sentence of the greater excommunication promulgated against the
prior of Tunbridire for the non-payment of the subsidy.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 125

KENT,
(o) Answer of the clergy to the archbishop of Canterbury in the
council held at London, containing the heads of matters proposed
for deliberation. [Ifutilated.]

(p) Mutilated document concerning the same council (o).

(q) Form for the appointment of a general proctor by John, the prior

of Tunbridge.
(r) John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridi]fe present Benedict de

Ealdyng (Yalding) to the church of Stradselle, Norwich diocese.

(s) Mutilated letter of Gilbert Clare, earl of Gloucester and Hertford,
to the prior and convent of Tunbridge.

(t) Letter of Laurence ate Wealde, canon and proctor of the prior and
monastery of Tunbridge.

(u) Benedict de Ealdyng (Yalding) indemnifies the prior and convent
of Tunbridge, on his presentation to the church of Stradeshulle,
against any suit, and promises to be satisfied with the allowances
hitherto paid.

Dated the Thursday next before the feast of the apostles Simon
and Jude.
(v) Letter of excuse from the prior of Rochester to the prior of Tun-
bridge. [Mutilated.]

{w) Letters testimonial for priest's orders from Roger, the prior of
Tunbridge, to the bishop of Rochester, in favour of W. Mareschal.
Dated 13 kl. October.

(x) The priors of the monasteries of Ledes and Combewell, deputed
visitors of the houses of the order of St. Augustine, Canterbury and
Rochester dioceses, notify to the prior and convent of Tunbridge
their intention to visit their liouse the Wednesday on the feast of
the Conversion of St. Paul next.

Dated at Ledes on the morrow of St. John the Baptist, 1 3 1 1 .

(y) Simon de Clare, clerk, swears that he will be faithful to the cliurch
of St. Mary Magdalen, Tunbridge, and to his lords the prior and
convent of the same place.

Dated the Sunday on the feast of the Assumption of the B. Y. M.,
1316.

(z) Roger, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge acknowledge that
John de Gelderegg, their servant at Tunbridge, has rendered his
account of receipts and expenditure to the date of the feast of St.
Michael, 5 Ed. II. Dated at Tunbridge, &c.

{aa) Mutilated deed of John Hering.

(bb) Mutilated deed of Andrew

(cc) Citation of the priors of Ledes and of Combewelle, visitors of the
houses of the order of St. Augustine within the dioceses of Canter-
bury and Rochester, to the prior of Tunbridge to come to the
general council to be held in Christ Church, London, 131 8.
[Mutilated.]

(dd) Letters patent of King Edward II, dated at Westminster, 22
May, 14 of his reign, being a pardon for Henry de Shipton and



126 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT,
others for detaining the castle of Tunbridge, in opposition to the
king's writ to the sheriff for seizing it and other possessions of
Hugh de Audley.

(ee) Writ of King Edward II, concerning the lands, &c. of Hugh de
Audele, junior. [Mutilated.]

(ff) Letter of Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, to the prior and
convent of Tunbridge concerning an exchange between William,
rector of Merston, and the vicar of Brenchley.
Dated at Lambeth, Nones May.

{gg) John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge grant to master
Walter de Grenewey an annual pension of two marks.
Dated at Tunbridge, &c.

(hh) John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge grant to sir Thomas
de Somersete, chaplain, a corrody of 2 white loaves and one
gallon of the better conventual beer from their common cellar,
commencing the Sunday on the feast of the exaltation of the Holy
Cross, 1320. (See Ch. 88*.)

(ii) Letter of pope John XXII to the archbishop of Canterbury,
directing him to exhort the king to the due observance of the laws
and just government, especially for the non-exaction of subsidies for
wars from the possessions of the church.

Dated at A . . . . ist year of his pontificate.

(kk) Claricia, who was wife of sir Roger de Wellesworth, kt., deceased,
and Alice, who was wife to sir John de Hamme, kt., deceased,
daughters and heirs of sir Roland de Hokstede, deceased, present to
the prior and convent of Tunbridge their faithful clerk Robert
Quyntyn as a canon of their house.
Dated at London, 1 4 Aug., 1 3 1 9.

{11) Letter of H., bishop of Rochester, to the prior of Tunbridge,
inviting him to be present at his inthronement in the church of
Rochester on the octave of the Epiphany. Written at Borstal 1
near Rochester, the kl. January.

(mm) W^rit of Edward II, tested at Westminster 25 Jan., nth of his
reign, to the bailiffs of Roger Dammory of Bodegesham, to allow the
prior of Tunbridge to appear by proxy at the court of Bodegesham.

{nn) John, the prior of Tunbridge, appoints in his place Richard de
Hoton to make suit to the court of his lord, sir Roger de Ammory
of Bodegesham, according to the tenor of the king's writ directed
to the bailiffs of the said court.

Dated at Tunbridge the day of the Annunciation, 1 3 Ed. 11.

{00) Richard de Holedene, priest, having been presented by the prior
and convent of Tunbridge to the church of Leghe, indemnifies them
against any claim to the advowson.

Dated at Bromlegh, 2 Non. Sept., 1320.

An inrolment of evidences, records of proceedings, presentations and
various documents appertaining to the priory of St. Mary Magdalen,
Tunbridge. Aent Rolls, 6.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 127

KENT.
(a) Fragment of a bond given by the prior and convent of Tunbridge
to John de Feriby, to secure the payment of an annual pension of
four marks. Dated at Tunbridge, 30 March, 1322.

{b) Mandate from the priors of St. Gregory of Canterbury, and of
Tunbridge, visitors of the order of St. Augustine for Canterbury
and Rochester dioceses, to the prior and convent of Ledes, to cite
all the brethren of the convent to be present at a visitation of their
house to be held the Monday next after the translation of St. Thomas
the martyr ; also citing the prior to the general chapter to be held at
St. Frideswide, Oxon, the 2nd day after the feast of St. Margaret the
Virgin.

Dated at Canterbury on the feast of the translation of St. Thomas
the martyr, 1322.

(c) Letter of John, the prior of Tunbridge, appointing William de
Mallyng, canon of the same house, his proctor to act for him at the
general chapter to be held in the monastery of St. Frideswide, Oxon.

Dated at Tunbridge, 16 kl. Aug., 1322.

(d) Letter from John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge to sir
William de Scelvestrod, prior of Michelham. [Mutilated.^

(e) Mandate from King Edward II, to the sheriff of Kent, to seise the
lands, tenements and goods of Henry dAudley, junior, in his
bailiwick. Dated at Gloucester the 9th April, 14 of his reign.

{/) Letter from Thomas, earl of Lancaster, to the mayor and good
men of London, inclosing a letter addressed to the king by the
barons. Dated at his castle of Pontefract, 2nd December.

{9} Copy of the letter from the barons to the king demanding redress,
&c., sent as above (/). [^Mutilated. ^

(h) Nicholas, son of Nicholas de Stanmer, clerk, has received of Walter,
archbishop of Canterbury, one field called 'le pykedecroft,' with one
grange built thereupon as inclosed within hedges and ditches. And
one field called ' le sandpetfeld ' enclosed by ancient boundary ditches,
also one field lying near the curtilage of William de Londeshamne



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