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as is inclosed by the boundary ditches, which fields the said William,
a native of the archbishop, lately held of him in villenage, in the
borough (Iborgha) of Okkefelde at Londeshame — rendering annually
the same service which the said AVilliam was accustomed to make.

(i) Commission from the prior of Tunbridge and the archdeacon of
Rochester to the prior of St. Andrew the apostle of Rochester,
executor or provisor in the business of making a provision for
Richard, a poor clerk of Brenchley, Rochester diocese. [Mutilated.^

(k) Letter from John, the prior of Tunbridge, (being absent,) to Nicholas
de Faversham, sub-prior, to nominate a fit clerk to the bishop of
Norwich for the church of Stradeselle then vacant.

{I) Petition to the bishop for an indulgence to all who pray for the
soul of sir Richard de Clare, formerly earl of Hertford, whose body
lies in the church of St. Mary Magdalen of Tunbridge, and for the
souls of all faithful deceased and those who shall have assisted in the
building, or sustentation of the lights, &c. of the same church.



128 CALENDAB OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT,
(m) Citation from Simon, archbishop of Canterbury, to the prior and
convent of Tunbridge, to appear the court-day after the feast of St.
Luke the evangelist, or to show their privileges.
Dated at Wrotham, 8 Id. Oct., .1329.

(n) Order from the bishop of Rochester for the publication " in the
greater churches of the deaneiy of Mailing (?) of a certain chapter of
the constitutions of the council of London.

Dated at Hallyng, 7 kl. Sept., 1329. [Mutilated.]

(0) Document. [Mutilated.]

{p) The prior of Tunbridge acknowledges that he owes to Stephen de
Cobeham, junior, £40, payable to him on the octave of Easter next.
Dated 3 Oct., 4 Ed. III.

(q) ' Provocatio facta per magistrum Walterum de Grronweye.'

General notice of an intended appeal to the pope by N. de T.,
proctor of the priory of Tunbridge, in case of litigation.

(r) Notice to the bishop of Rochester that the prior and convent of
Tunbridge are absolved from a sentence of excommunication passed
upon them for the non-payment of Peter's pence for the years 1329
and 1330. Dated at London, 12 June, 1331.

(s) Ornaments, vestments, and books in the churches of Aldyng
[Yalding], Brenchley, Teudele [Tudley], and Denardeston, at the
feast of St. Michael the archangel, 1331, 5 Ed. III.

(t) Taxation of all the goods of the priory of Tunbridge both temporal
and spiritual.

(u) Form of oath to be taken by the prior elect of the monastery of
Tunbridge at the high altar, upon his installation.

{v) A form for letters credential.

(w) The dress of the novices at their first coming and entrance.

(x) Letters patent dated at Northwich, 23 Sept., 2 Ed. Ill, being a
licence to the prior and convent of Boxgrave to enable them to give
the church of Bilsington to the prior and convent of Bilsington ; to
hold the same for ever.

(3/) Walter de Shorham, priest, Chichester diocese, renounces all action
and right by reason of a provision or grace from the pope to the
prior and convent of Tunbridge. Dated i330'

(z) Letter of Hamo, bishop of Rochester, to the dean of Mailing,
reciting the king's writ, dated at Salop, 15 Jan., 15 Ed. II, con-
cerning the burning of Bridgenorth by Humphrey de Bonn, earl of
Hereford and Essex, and others, and ordering a levy of all men
between 16 and 60 to be armed, and commanding the same to
be promulgated in each collegiate church. [Mutilated.] (See
RymeVy Foed., vol. iii. p. 923.)

(aa) Mandate for the visitation of the priory of Tunbridge the Monday
after the feast of our Lord, by the priors of Ledes and Combwelle.
Dated at Ledes, 8 Id. May, 1317.

(66) Form of a circular letter to bishops from bishop J., prior of Tun-
bridge, for the ordination of a canon or canons. Dated at Tunbridge.



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KENT.
(cc) John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge grant a corrody to
Richard de Wyth, commencing Quadragesima Sunday, 1321.
[Ilutilated.^

(dd) Indulgence granted by Walter, archbishop of Canterbury.
Dated at Lambeth the Nones of II arch, 13 21. [Mutilated.]

(ee) John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge appoint Roger, per-
petual vicar of Tunbridge, their proctor, to appear for them in the
convocation of the clergy of the diocese of Rochester. [Undated.]

{ff) Mandate of Simon, archbishop of Canterbury, to the dean of
Sydyngbourne concerning the scattering of the tithe corn of the
church of Bordenne appropriated to the prior and convent of Ledes.
[Mutilated^

{gg) Mandate of Hamo, bishop of Rochester, for excommunicating
certain parishioners of Brenchley who absent themselves from, and
injure the church. Dated at Hallyng 1329.

(M) Licence granted to Laurence de la "Wealde by John, the prior of
Tunbridge, at the instance of sir Hugh Daudele and the lady
Margaret countess of Cornwall, his consort, to live in their family.
Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of the Epiphany, 1329.

{ii) Objections of the clergy at a council held at Lambeth, 16 Kl. May,
1330, to the payment of a subsidy for the war in Scotland.

(Jck) Letter from sir Hugh Daudele to the prior and canons of Tun-
bridge, asking for a corrody for William de la Weald. [Mutilated,]

(U) Mandate from the official of Rochester to the dean of Mallyng,
commanding him to cite the prior and convent of Tunbridge to
appear by themselves or a proctor on the Monday next after the feast
of the translation of St. Thomas the martyr, in the church of Mallyng,
to answer certain articles of Robert, the master and brethren of the
hospital of Strode. Dated at Rochester, 14 Kl. July, 1330.

(mm) Articles exhibited against the prior and convent of Tunbridge,
by Roger, the master, and the brethren of the hospital of Strode,
for the subtraction of the tithes of a place commonly called ' Horsherst '
in the parish of Aldyng, for 3^ years.

(nn) John, the prior, and the convent of Tunbridge appoint William
de Mailing and sir Roger de Frendesbery, rector of Strateshell, their
attornies, to receive the manor of Bodkesham from Richard de Queye
and Agnes his wife and to deliver the same to John Loy to farm.

Dated at Tunbridge the Thursday after the feast of St. James the
apostle, . . Ed. III.

(00) Letter of John, the prior of Tunbridge, to the steward and bailiffs
of Elizabeth de Burgh, lady of the honor of Clare, appointing
Walkeline de Caney to do suit and service for him at the court of
Bodkesham. Dated . . Easter, 2 Ed. III.

(pp) The official of the bishop of Rochester to the archdeacon of
Rochester, reciting the mandate of Icherus de Concreto, canon
of Sarum and nuncio of the pope, for promulgating the sentence of

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130 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.
KENT.

excommunication passed upon the prior and convent of Tunbridge,
for the nonpayment of Peter's pence.

Dated at Rochester the Ides of May, 1331.
(qq) Relaxation of the previous mandate (_pp).

Dated at London, 23 March, 1331. [Mutilated.]

(rr) Decree of Robert de Winchelsey, archbishop of Canterbury,
concerning the providing of ornaments, &c. for churches by the
parishioners and rectors, viz. the parishioners to find the chalice,
mass, principal vestment, viz. the chasuble, albe, amice, stole,
maniple, with ii. towels for use at the high altar, cope for the priest,
processional cross, cross for the dead, thurible, a lamp with a bell for
bearing the body of Christ to the sick, a lenten veil, a banner for
rogation days, two hand-bells to ring before the bodies of the dead,
a bier, vessels for the holy water, a pax, a candlestick for the
Easter candle, and bells in the tower, cords for the same, fonts with
locks, reparation of the nave of the church in length and breadth,
inside and outside, both in the altars as well as in the images and
windows, the inclosure of the churchyard. All other things, whether
for the reparation of chancel and ornaments of the same both within
and without, belong to the rectors. (See Wilkins^ Concilia ^ vol. ii.
p. 280.)

(ss) John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge grant to Nicholas
Colepeper an annual pension of two marks.

Dated at Tunbridge on the feast of the apostles Peter and Paul, 133.

{tt) Bond given by William ate Melle of Aldyng, John de Teu . . . and
Walter ate Wealde to sir Robert de Haghaw, kt., to secure the
payment of £10 at Michaelmas next in the church of Tunbridge.
[ Undated.']

{uu) Mandate from the archdeacon of Rochester to the dean of
Mallyng, commanding him to sequester the churches of Aldyng,
Brenchley, and Teudele, for default in not repairing them.
Dated at Longefeld, 5 Kl. March, 1331.

(vv) Mandate from the abbot of Leicester and the prior of Kenil worth,
presiding at the general chapter of the order of St. Augustine
within the province of Canterbury, to the priors of St. Gregory of
Canterbury and Tunbridge, commanding them to personally visit
each house of the above order in the dioceses of Canterbury and
Rochester, to inquire concerning the state, reformation, and ob-
servance of the order whether by the head or its members, and to
correct and reform abuses, and in case of being themselves unable
to settle any matters, then to cite the heads of the houses to the
general chapter to be held at Dunstable on the Octave of Holy
Trinity, 1334, &c. Dated 4 Non. October, 1333.

{v}w) Mandate from the abbot of Leicester and prior of Kenilworth,
presiding at the chapter of the order of St. Augustine in the
province of Canterbury, to the heads of the monasteries of that order
within the dioceses of Rochester and Canterbury, commanding them
to receive the priors of St. Gregory of Canterbury and of Tunbridge



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KENT,
in a suitable manner at their visitation, and to carry out sentences
of excommunication or suspension, should they be promulgated.

Dated the 3 Non. of October, 1333.

(xx) Appointment of N. de T., canon of Tunbridge, and master
Richard, rector of St. Benedict of Wodwarf, London diocese,
proctors, to act for the prior and convent of Tunbridge conjointly
or separately. Dated, &c.

(2/2/) Letters patent of King Edward III, at the request of Bartholomew
de Bavelesmere, for the appropriation of the church of Chert near
Ledes, to the prior and convent of Ledes. Dated, &c.

TUNBRIDGE (Priory of). An inrolment of evidences, records
of proceedings, presentations, and various documents appertaining to
the priory of Tunbridge. Kent Rolls, 7.

{a) Appropriation by Walter, archbishop of Canterbury, of the church
of Chert to the prior and convent of Ledes. (131 3-1327.)
[Mutilated^

(b) Confirmation by H., the prior, and convent of Christ Church,
Canterbury, of the appropriation of the church of Chert to the
prior and convent of Ledes.

(c) Mutilated form of a circular letter to a bishop. [Illegible.]

(d) Appointment of master John de Waltona (?), clerk, to appear at
the Roman court as proctor for William, prior of Tunbridge.

Dated 10 Kl. Feb., 1336.

(e) Letter from William, the prior of Tunbridge, to the abbot of
Oseney and prior of Bemewell, that he has appointed Thomas de
Rossa, canon of Ledes, to appear as his proctor at the general
chapter of the order of St. Augustine to be held at the priory of
St. Frideswide, Dated at Tunbridge, 15 Kl. July, 1337.

(/) The abbot of Oseney and prior of Bernewell, presiding at a
general chapter of the order of St. Augustine, to the religious of
St. Gregory of Canterbury, Tunbridge, Heryngham, and others, to
cite the priors of Bradley, Walsingham, &c. to appear in the next
general chapter in the church of Newenham near Bedford, on the
octave of the Holy Trinity, 1340.

Dated by the abbot of Oseney, 8 Id. June, 1339, and by the
prior of Bemewell the Id. of June, same year.

(g) Mandate from the abbot of Oseney and prior of Bernwell,
presiding at a general chapter of the order of St. Augustine within
the province of Canterbury, to the priors of St. Gregory of Can-
terbury and of Tunbridge, commanding them to visit the houses,
&c. of the order within the dioceses of Rochester and Canterbury.

Dated by the abbot of Oseney, and prior of Bernewell,

1339. [Mutilated.]

(h) Mandate from the abbot of Oseney and prior of Bernewell, pre-
siding at a general chapter of the order of St. Augustine in the pro-
vince of Canterbury, to the heads of the monasteries of that order
within the dioceses of Rochester and Canterbury, commanding them

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132 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT,
to receive the priors of St. Gregory of Canterbury and of Tunbridge
in a suitable manner at their visitation, and to carry out sentences
of excommunication or suspension should they be promulgated.
Dated 8 Kl. June, 1339.

(i) Citation of the abbot of Thomtone and 4)rior of Kirkham to a
general chapter of the order of St. Augustine to be held at
Newstead near Stamford, Lincoln diocese.

Dated at Thornton, 3 Non. Novemb., and at Kirkham, 8 Id. Dec,
1340. Received by the priory of Tunbridge, 4 Kl. Dec,
following.

(k) Writ of King Edward III, for the collection of a ninth granted by
parliament 14th of his reign, in the county of Kent. [Continued
on next roll (a).]

(l) Indulgence of 40 days, granted by John, archbishop of Canterbury,
to all who shall assist in rebuilding that portion of the priory of
Tunbridge which was destroyed by fire. Dated .... 133 .

(m) Licence granted to Reginald de Wyk for the celebration of mass
in his chapel at Romchedde by the bishop of Rochester.
Dated .... 1338.

{n) Absolution by Robert, bishop of Sarum, from the sentence
of suspension passed upon William de Handloo, priest, for one
year, because he solemnized matrimony between John de Foxle
and Matilda Brocas without the church of Bray.
Dated at Sheftesbery, 5 Id. April, 1332.

(0) Of the weight of lead. Memorandum that a cart load of lead
contains 30 feet, and each foot six stone, and each stone 13 Jib., and
one foot contains 81S). And so a cart load of lead contains,
according to the weight used at Me Pek,' 2430ft). Item, according
to the weight used at Sandwich, a cart load of lead ought to weigh
six sacks of wool, and a sack of wool should weigh 52 hooks, and
each hook contains 7 ft)., and so a sack of wool weighs 364ft). And
so a cart load of lead weighs by the weight of wool 2184ft). -A.nd
so each cart load of lead at * le Boles ' exceeds the weight of wool
246ft>.

(p) Commission from H., bishop of Rochester, to Adam de Mury-
mouth, canon of London, for negotiating the exchange between
John de Beylham, rector of Chelesworth, and Alan de Lavenhara,
vicar of Tunbridge. Dated at Hallyng, Id. July, 1340.

(q) Institution by Adam Murymouth, canon of London, commissary
of H., bishop of Rochester, of John de Beylham, priest, to the
vicarage of Tunbridge, by the resignation of Alan de Lavenham,
because of an exchange with the church of Chelesworth, Norwich
diocese, on the presentation of the prior of the hospital of St. John
of Jerusalem. Dated at Brues, 17 Kl. August, 1340.

(r) The prior and convent of Tunbridge present sir Roger de Frendesbery
to the church of Leigh by reason of an exchange with Henry de
Shyptone to the church of Stradselle, Norwich diocese.
Dated 5 Kl. August, 1340.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 133

KENT.
(s) Resignation of the rectory of Stradselle by Roger de Frend (sic),
on account of an exchange with Henry de Shipton, rector of Legh.
Dated, &c.

(t) Appointment of proctors by Henry de Schipton, rector of Legh,
to act for him in the matter of an exchange with the church of
Stradselle.

{u) Lease from John, the prior, and convent of Tunbridge to Roger
de Frendesbery, rector of Stradeselle, of their chapel of Denardestone
for 1 2 years, at an annual payment of half a mark.
Dated on the day of St. Peter ad Vine, 1336.



An inrolment of evidences, records of proceedings, presentations,
and various documents appertaining to the priory of Tunbridge.

Kent Rolls, 8.

(a) Concluding portion of the king's writ, described Eoll 7 [k).

(b) Letter of Hamo, bishop of Rochester, to the king for a writ de
excommunicato capiendo against Walter atte Hale.

(c) Letter from Robert, abbot of Lesnes, excusing himself from
attending to a provision granted by the pope to Richard Aleyn of
Cokelestan, a poor clerk of Rochester diocese, on account of urgent
business touching his monastery.

(d) Commission from the abbot of B. and the prior of Tunbridge,
co-delegates with the abbot of Lesnes, to two canons of St. David,
for carrying out the provision granted to the above Richard Aleyn
by the pope, to collate him to an ecclesiastical benefice with or
without cure of souls, within the diocese of Rochester.

{e) Mandate from John, archbishop of Canterbury, to the bishops and
archdeacons of the province of Canterbury, ordering them to take
steps to prevent the misappropriation of the goods of the lord Hugh
d'Audele, late earl of Gloucester, deceased, in their several juris-
dictions, in accordance with the complaint of his executors.
Dated at Liambeth, 5 Id. April, 1348.

(y*) Appropriation of the church of Westham, with the chapel of
Edulwesbregge annexed, to the prior and chapter of Christ Church,
Canterbury, by Hamo, bishop of Rochester, with the ordination of
the vicarage. Dated at Hallyng, 25 Jan., 1327.

(^) Appropriation of the church of Lethered, Winchester diocese, to
the prior and convent of Ledes, by John, archbishop of Canterbury,
(the see of Winchester being then vacant). Dated 1346.

iji) Confirmation by Henry, the prior, and convent of Canterbury of
the appropriation of the church of Chart, Canterbury diocese, to the
prior and convent of Ledes, by Walter, archbishop of Canterbury.
Dated, &c. [1320.]

{€) A schedule of debts owing to the prior and convent of Tunbridge,
demanded from the executors of Hugh d'Audele, earl of Gloucester,
deceased.



134 CALENDAR OF CHAETERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.

(k) Letter of attorney from N., the prior of Tunbridge, appointing G. de
B., canon, their proctor, to receive in their name oblations and gifts
for rebuilding their church, destroyed by fire, and also to notify the
indulgences (amounting in the whole to 8 years and 230 days) from
the j)ope, archbishops, and bishops, to all benefactors, with par-
ticipation in the masses and other services of their church.

(/) Indulgence by the pope's authority from Stephen, archbishop of
Aries, and chamberlain of the pope, to all persons in the diocese of
Rochester, that plenary absolution may be given by any confessor
during the plague now raging, to every one without exception
in articulo mortis, up to the next Easter.

Dated at Avignon, Tuesday, 23 December, 1348.

(m) Ordination of the vicarage of Chart, Canterbury diocese.
Dated at Lambeth, 4 Kl. March, 1320.

(n) David, the prior, and convent of St. Mary Magdalen of Tunbridge
collate Nicholas de Debeham, priest, to the vicarage of Tudley,
on the recommendation of Laurence, bishop of Rochester.
Dated at Tunbridge, 5 Kl. March, 1273.

(0) The prior of Tunbridge appoints Henry de Deseburgh to act in
all pleas and quarrels moved by him, and against him during his
absence.

(p) Letter of the king to the bailiffs of Ralph, baron of Stafford of
Eldyngge, allowing the prior of Tunbridge to appear by proxy at
the court of the said lord of Eldyng. Tested, &c.

{q) Petition to the king for a licence in mortmain to purchase lands
and rents of the value of £10 per annum.

(r) Letter from the prior of Tunbridge to the lady Margaret de Clare
thanking her for a gown, and asking for her continued assistance
with regard to the appropriation of the church of Stradesell.

(s) Letter from the prior of Tunbridge to the lady Margaret de Clare,
praying for an allowance of the balance of a debt due to her of
£11 9s. 2d. in consideration of the damage done to their manor of
Tunbridge Hall.

(t) Mandate from the abbot of Si James, Northampton, and the prior
of Dunstable, presidents of the chapter of the order of St. Augustine,
held at Northampton in the Quindene of the Holy Trinity, 1350, to
the priors of Tunbridge and of St. Gregory, Canterbury, visitors of
the order within the dioceses of Canterbury and Rochester, to visit
all the houses of the order in the said dioceses, and to report to a
chapter to be held at Oseney in the Quindene of the Holy Trinity,
1353- Dated Ides April, 1352.

(u) Mandate from Hamo, bishop of Rochester, to the rural dean of
Mailing, to cite the clergy and laity of the parish churches within his
deanery to appear at the visitation to be held at certain churches
and on certain days specified. Dated 18 Kl. October, 1352.

(v) A petition to lady Margaret de Clare to prevent her ofiicers from
levying fines and holding courts, &c. within the moiety of the old



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KENT,
manor of Bodekesham, granted to the priory of Tunbridge by
Richard de Clare, formerly earl of Hertford, her ancestor.

(w) Letter of the archdeacon of Rochester to the dean of Mailing,
sending the mandate of John, bishop of Rochester, for holding a
visitation on the Monday next after the feast of SS. Tiburtius and
Valerian, 1352, in the cathedral of Rochester.
Dated at Langefeld, 2 Kl. April, 1353.

(x) Citation from the rural dean of Mailing to the clergy and laity
of his deanery to appear at the above visitation (w).

{y) Notice of their proposed visitation of the monasteries of

Combwell, Ledes, and Bilsyngton, from the priors of Tunbridge

and of St. Gregory, Canterbury, the visitors of houses of the order

of St. Augustine in the dioceses of Canterbury and Rochester.

Dated at the priory of St. Gregory, Canterbury, 13 Kl. May,

1353? aiid at the priory of Tunbridge, 12 Kl. of the same

month and year.

{z) Return of the priors of Tunbridge and of St. Gregory, Canterbury,
to the abbot of Waltham and the prior of Gisborne, presidents of
the chapter of the order of St. Augustine held in the monastery
of Oseney in the Quindene of the Holy Trinity, 1353, in accordance
with the above mandate (t) for the said visitation (y).
Dated at Canterbury, 6 Id. May, 1353.

(aa) Mandate from Thomas, the abbot of the exempt monastery of
the Holy Cross of Waltham, who, together with the abbot of
Leicester and prior of Gisboine, presided at the chapter of the order
of St. Augustine held at Oseney in the Quindene of the feast of the
Holy Trinity, commanding the prior of Ledes to levy and collect
from each house of the same order in the diocese of Canterbury
a payment of one halfpenny for each mark upon their goods,
according to their taxation for the support of the said order,
and to pay the amount collected, together with the names of those
who refuse payment, to the abbot of Waltham within 40 days of
the feast of the Purification of B. V. M.

Dated at Waltham, i Dec, 1353.
The prior of Tunbridge satisfied this mandate the Sunday on the

morrow of the conversion of St. Paul, 1353. Total, 6s. 2\d.

(bb) Letter of John, bishop of Rochester, to the dean of Mallyng,
giving notice of his intended visitation of the deanery of Mallyng,
to be held in the church of Eld the Thursday and Friday after the
feast of the exaltation of the Holy Cross next ensuing, and com-
manding him to cite the rectors, vicars, &c., of his deanery to the
same. Dated at Hallyng, 14 August, 1354.

(cc) Bond given by Robert de Waldyngfeld, Nicholas Tone, and
William Osebern, of Bodekesham, to sir Henry Motelot and Robert
Marchal in acknowledgment of the receipt of .£20 3s. jod. to be
employed in merchandise for the ])rofit of the said Henry and
Robert, and to be accounted for to them at Tunbridge the 2nd of
August next. Dated at Bodekesham, 30 January, 28 Ed. III.



136 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

KENT.

(dd) Condition of the above bond (cc) is that if the above Robert
Waldingfield, or any one in his name, pay to the prior of Tunbridge
at Hokday, after the date of these presents, <£i2, and at the feast of
St. Mary Magdalen <£8 35. lod. ; then the said bond to be null
and void. Done at Bodekesham the day and year above written.

(ee) Letters patent of King Edward III, dated at Westminster, i April,
14 of his reign, granting licence to John, archbishop of Canterbury,
to enable him to assign the advowsons of Boughton Bleau (' Bocton
under Blee') and Preston near Ospringe in the county of Kent
held m capite, to the abbot and convent of Feversham, in exchange
for the manor of Trynge in co. Hereford.

(ff) John, archbishop of Canterbury, grants to the abbot and convent
of Feversham the advowsons of the churches of ' Bocton under the
Bleu,' and Preston, near Ospringe, in exchange for the manor of
Trynge. Dated at Lambeth, 3 April, 14 Ed. III.



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