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donation which Matthew de Stratton, archdeacon of Bucks, made to
them, of one hide of land with garden and wood in Morton, (c. 1250-
60.) Ch. 166.

Walter de Morton grants to Henry, son of Robert, for his homage
and service, the whole of his meadow and pasture in the field of



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Morton, paying annually id. for all services ; for this grant the said
Henry gave 9 marks of silver, (c. 1260-70.) Ch. 170.

Final concord, dated 47 Hen. Ill, between Matthew de Stratton,
archdeacon of Bucks, and Elyas le Droys and Aline his wife, concerning
one messuage, one virgate, and 14 acres of land in [Morton]. Ch. 180.

Fragment of the will of Matthew de Stratton, archdeacon of
Buckingham. Dated 1268. Ch. 181.

Fragment of a manor court roll. Temp. Ed. II. Ch. 182.

MESSEWORTH and CLOPEHAM. Mandate addressed to

the dean of Bedford from the prior and sub-prior of St. Oswald's,

Gloucester, by which the prior and convent of Canwell are adjudged to

pay certain sums of money to the abbot and convent of Oseney for

/ tithes of Messe worth and Clopeham and costs, imder pain of ex-

'' communication.

Dated at Gloucester the Wednesday next after the feast of the
Apostles Peter and Paul, 1279. Ch. 22.

MIXBURY. Mutilated list of charters and other instruments
belonging to the manor of Mixbury and elsewhere. Ch. 397.

Mandate from the King (Ed. II) reciting a writ of the 5th of his
reign, commanding the sheriff to cause a respite to be made in a suit
between John, parson of Mixbury, and the abbot of Oseney and others,
which respite is now to be ended if the said abbot and others petition
for it. Richard de Polhampton, sheriff, 9 and 10 Ed. II. Ch. 398.

An agreement between the abbot and convent of Oseney, and James
Job, rector of Mixbury, concerning an annual pension of 40s.

[Mutilated.'] ^emp. Hen. VI. Ch. 401.

MIXBURY and NEWENTON". Court rolls for the above
manors held at Mixbury, 14 and 15 Ed. III. Ch. 399.

Court rolls for the above manors held at Mixbury the Thursday
after the feast of St. Dionisius, 3 1 Ed. III. Ch. 400.

MIXBURY, NEWTON PURCELL, and HAMPTON GAY.

Transcript of the composition between Oseney and Edmund, earl of
Cornwall, concerning 2 J knights' fees in Mixbury, Newton Purcell, and
Hampton Gay. [Mutilated.] Ch. 396.

NORTHEROOK. An agreement by sir John de Cherburch, who
had been summoned by the abbot and convent of Oseney, that his ser-
vants should in future gather to his barn the tithe wheat of the
lordship of Norbroc according to the ancient custom of the place, to
await the coming of the tithing man, and not leave it in the field to
the injury of the abbot and convent, (c. 1230-40.) Ch. 402.

Philip de Gay, son of Robert de Gay, grants to the church and
canons of Oseney all his right and claim in the village of Northbroc,
likewise of a rent there, viz., two spurs of the value of 6d. or 6d.
annually, (c. 1250-60.) Ch. 403.



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Sale by Sibilla de Saucer of her man Gilbert, the son of Godpin, to 'P

the canons of Oseney, for which they gave her 20s. (c. 1 1 60-70^"^ Ch. i.

Writ of K. Henry II to the archbishops, &c., and to the faithful of
all England to this effect, that the abbot and canons of Oseney and all
their things and possessions are in his hands and custody and protec-
tion, which they shall have and hold freely, quietly, &c.

Witnessed by Wido, dean of Waltham, at Wodestoc'. Gh. 2.

Henry D'Oily grants to Hugh, the abbot, and the canons of Oseney,
his man Odulph with his progeny and all his chattels, the abbot and
convent giving four pounds and one horse.

[Hugh, abbot, 1 184-1205.] Ch. 3.

John Billuc grants to Dionisia, the daughter of Walter de Oseney,
the whole of his land in Os^eney, viz. croft, and meadow, and pasture,
to hold of Thomas de St. Walery, at an annual rent to the chief lord
of 26d., and to him and his heirs id. (c. 1 190-1200.) Ch. 4.

Fragment of a letter of Baldwin, archbishop of Canterbury. Ch. 5.

Confirmation of Pope Honorius III of a convention, concerning
certain tithes, between the abbot and convent of Oseney and the
prioress and convent of Littlemore.

Dated at Lateran Id. May, 8th pontifical year, i. e. 1224.

[With the bulla.] Ch. 5*.

Decree by which Juliana, relict of Hugh Hudd, and Margaret her
daughter, undertake to pay to Walter the goldsmith or his assigns
xxxiijs., in which case a seld with a solar shall remain to the said
Juliana and Margaret as in a certain charter is named, but in default
the property to belong to the said Walter. In the event of the pay-
ment of the said sum the said Juliana and Margaret undertake not to
sell the property to any one but the said Walter, (c. 1250.) Ch. 6.

Mandate from Richard Gravesend, bp. of Lincoln, to the archdeacon
of Oxford, that he will not allow the abbot and convent of Oseney to
be disturbed in the possessions which belonged to the church of
St. George within the castle of Oxford.

Dated 3 Kl. August, ist of his episcopate. (1258.) Ch. 7.

Mandate from Richard Gravesend, bp. of Lincoln, to the arch- »
deacon of Bedford, that he will not allow the abbot and convent
of Oseney to be disturbed in their possessions which belonged to the
church of St. George within the castle of Oxford.

Dated 3 Kl. Aug., ist year of his episcopate. (1258.) Ch. 8.

Mandate of Richard Gravesend, bp. of Lincoln, to the archdeacon
of Buckingham, that he will not allow the abbot and convent of
Oseney to be disturbed in their possessions which belonged to the
church of St. George in the castle of Oxford.

Dated 3 Kl. Aug. (1258.) Ch. 9.

Mandate from R., bp. of Lincoln, to the archdeacon of Buckingham,
that he will not allow the abbot and convent of Oseney to be disturbed
in their possessions which belonged to the church of St. George in the
castle at Oxford. Dated 3 Kl. August. (1258.) Ch, lo.

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OXFORD.
Interim proceedings in an ecclesiastical cause, in which the abbot
and convent are plaintiffs and sir William Naton, kt., defendant, heard
at Lichfield an. 1240 the Sunday before the feast of St. Leonard.

Ch. II.

Indulgence granted by Walerand, bp. of Beyrout, who came to
England for alms for the Holy Land.

Dated at Oseney 8 Kl. Dec, 9th year of his episcopate, (c. 1245.)

Ch. 12.

Decree of the prior of Newport, judge in a cause in which the abbot
and convent of Oseney are plaintiffs, and the prior and convent of

St. Frideswide and Richard, rector of L , are defendants.

Dated 1245. ^^' ^Z-

The will of Nicholas de Weston, proof dated 1271. Ch. 14.

The will of Alice de Weston, dated 3 Id. June, 22 Ed. I. » Ch. 14*.

Mutilated charter concerning a suit in which Roger de Amary and
Mathew de Bikestrop, executors of John de St. John (?), and the abbot
and convent of Oseney are concerned. [Temp. Hen. III.] Ch. 15.

Confirmation to Oseney by Robert D'Oilly of all their possessions in
frankalmoigne.

[Mutilated, written after the death of Robert UOillyl\ Ch. 16.

A list of houses in Oxford held of Oseney in fee. [Mutilated.]

Ch. 17.

Charter (mutilated) by which Geoffrey Dispensarius to

receive by John, abbot of Oseney, executor of the will of John de St.
John, . . . . 20 . . . sterling to the use of Cecilia, daughter of the
said John, and quit-claims and indemnifies the said abbot and his
executors. Ch. 18.

Mandate addressed to Wakelin, canon of Lichfield, Richard Bagot,
Hugh de Aston, and Richard Attemere, citing them to appear in the
church of Dunstable before the dean of Tamworth and the prior of
Dunstable, to answer the abbot and convent of Oseney concerning
certain tithes of land and other things.

Dated at Houtthon on the vigil of St. Andrew, 1272, and at
Walsale the morrow of St. Lucy, virgin, same year. Ch. 19.

Writ addressed to the sheriff of Oxfordshire by K. Edward I., con-
cerning the liberties of the abbot of Oseney, commanding him to allow
the same in his bailiwick.

Dated at Westminster, 7 .... 2 of his reign. Ch. 20.

An indulgence of 10 days granted by David, archbishop of Cashel
to all who should repair to the chapel of St. George within the castle,
on St. George's day, and make an offering.

Dated at Oseney, 4 Kalends of August, 1277. Ch. 21.

Summons addressed through the dean of Bedford to the prior and
convent of Caldewell, citing them to appear before the sub-prior of



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OXFORD.

St. Oswald's, Gloucester, to answer a complaint of the abbot and (£,

convent of Oseney. Dated at Korington, i6 Kl. July, 1279. ^^*- 23.

Letter of Oliver Sutton, bp. of Lincoln, setting forth the entry in
the register of Henry Lexington, bp. of Lincoln, his predecessor, con-
cerning the ordination of vicarages belonging to the abbot and convent
of Oseney, within the diocese of Lincoln.

Dated at Lidyngton, 5 Id. June, 1284. Gh. 23*.

Brief of K. Ed. I, addressed to the abbot and convent of Oseney,
commanding them to enrol amongst their chronicles the fealty of
the Scotch barons.

Dated at Westminster, 9 July, 19 Ed. I. Gh. 24.

Writ from K. Edward I, acknowledging to have received from John
de Wrokeseford for the abbot and convent of Oseney, sub-collectors of
the tenths of England, the sum of ^90. Gh. 24*.

John .... and Alelmus .... executors of the will of Roger de
Nogers, kt., (Nowers ?), acknowledge to have received of the abbot
and convent of Oseney the deposit together with the chest in their
hands at the time of his death, excepting £100 sequestrated by
Matthew de Dunstable for the business of the Crusade {Negotii crucis).
Dated 1292. Gh. 25.

Giffard de Vezan acknowledges to have received of the abbot and
convent of Oseney, collectors of tenths granted to the Pope, the sum
of £20. Dated at London, 6 Nov., 1298. Gh. 26.

An acknowledgment from the abbot and convent of Eynsham that
they have received 71s. Sd. from the abbot and convent of Oseney
in payment of a certain subsidy.

Dated at Eynesham, 8 April, 1301. Gh. 28.

An acquittance by sir Robert de Crevequer, kt., for the payment by ]
the abbot and convent of Oseney for the hundred of North gate, of I 1
£10, being part of £20.

Dated at Oseney on the morrow of the apostles Simon and Jude,
30 Ed. I. Gh. 29.

An acknowledgment that certain merchants assigned by the pope's
mandate, have received of the abbot and convent of Aberconway for
the tenths of the diocese of St. Asaph, by the hands of Hugh de
Comptou, canon of Oseney, the sum of £22 16s. in part payment
of the said tenths for the fourth year.

Dated at Sutton, 7 Ides April, 1302. Gh. 30.

An acknowledgment that certain merchants assigned by the pope's
mandate, have received by the hands of Hugh de Compton, canon of

Oseney, £47 sterling

Dated at Sutton, 7 Ides of April, 1302. Gh. 30*.



Resolution of the prior of 3i. Peter's, Gloucester, and others, judges
in a cause between the abbot and convent of Oseney of one part, and
the prior and convent of St. Oswald, Gloucester, and others on the

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other part, that they will sanction any agreement that may be made
between the said parties, reserving only the definite sentence. Ch, 31.

Emma, formerly wife of in her widowhood, remits and

quit-claims to Ralph de Sutton and Wilhelmine his wife, and the abbot

and convent of Oseney, all right in one likewise in 105.

annual rent in [^Mutilated.'] Ch. 32.

Fragment of an account of a manor. [Temp. Ed. I.] Ch. 33.

Fragment of a roll of accounts.
Total expenses £28 i8s. "jd.
Exceeding the receipts by £9 19s. "j^d. * Ch. 34.

Fragment of a roll of accounts, principally payments on account of
the abbot, &c.

Total of receipts £249 135. 2c?.

Total of payments £276 45. 4\d. Ch. 35.

"Writ from K. Ed. II. to the sheriff of. Oxford, commanding him to
distrain upon the goods of the abbot and convent of Oseney for the non-
payment of a rent due to Margaret Queen of England, out of the mills
and the kinges mede. Dated at Westminster, 6 Feb., 3 Ed. II.

Ch. 36.

Inspeximus charter of King Edward II, dated 3 of his reign, of
grants and donations made to the abbey and convent of Oseney.

[Mutilated.'] Ch. 36*.

Mutilated charter by which .... Elfeton, lord of Elfeton, grants
to the abbot and convent of Oseney a house.

Dated at Oseney the Thursday on the morrow of St. Edward, king,
4 Ed. IL Ch. 37.

Memorandum that in the year 131 1, and 5 Ed. II, beginning of
4 March, Hugh de Cumpton, canon of Oseney, paid an account before
the abbot and seniors, with reference to which account the house of
Oseney was bound to him for all debts whether internal or external
belonging to the said house, in a sum of £48 and 23!^?., and the said
Hugh acknowledged to acquit the said abbot and convent and the said
monastery of tenths and procurations against whosoever, whether im-
posed by the pope or granted to the king by the clerks of Canterbury,
unto the day of the above named account. And know that if sir
John de Trillawe and other his co-executors shall have apportioned
£8 to the abbot and convent for divers debts in which sir Roger de
Beaufou was bound to them, and shall have delivered a letter of
acquittance to the collectors, then the abbot and convent shall be
altogether quit of the payment of the abovesaid £8. Ch. 38.

The abbot and convent of Oseney, collectors of the procurations for
the abbot of Lathingiaco, and of Siccard de Vauro, nuncios of the pope
in England, account (through J., bp. of Lincoln) for one mark collected
from various churches in the archdeaconries of Oxon, Bucks, Bedford,
Northampton, and St. Albans.

Dated 131 2, on the feast of St. Lawrence the martyr. Ch. 39.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 341

OXFORD.
Mutilated acknowledgment by Henry of Canterbury of the receipt
of 5s. Ch. 39*.

An acquittance given by Thomas named ' Le Mareschall,' clerk and
scholar, of the University of Oxford, for the payment of five marks by
the abbot and convent of Oseney for the first year's pension during the
life of the said Thomas.

Dated at Oseney the Friday on the feast of St. James, apostle,
9 Ed. II. Ch. 40.

"Walter Reynolds, archbishop of Canterbury, acknowledges that in
his visitation of the diocese of Lincoln in 13 19, having inspected and
examined the muniments and privileges of the abbot and convent of
Oseney concerning the appropriation of certain churches, and pay-
ments of pensions and tithes, he now confirms the same.

Dated at Notele, 2 Id. Feb., 13 19. Ch. 41.

An acknowledgment that Rigatid de Asser, nuncio of the pope, has ^
received of the abbot and convent of Oseney 75. for procurations.

Dated at London 11 January, 13 19. Ch. 42.

An acquittance given by the abbot of Eyrfsham, collector of the
tenths for Pope John XXII, to the abbot and convent of Oseney for the
payment of 2oli. and 12 pence for the second half of the aforesaid
tenths.

Dated at Eynsham, 6 Non. Feb., 1320. Ch. 43.

An acquittance from brothers John de Hengham and T. de

Hemenham, to the abbot of Oseney for for pope

John XXII in the archdeaconries of [Mutilated.']

Ch. 44.

List of charters and confirmations of properties belonging to the
abbot and convent of Oseney. [Mutilated.] Ch. 45.

Fragment of an ecclesiastical suit heard before the bp. of Lincoln.

Ch. 46.

An acquittance given by brothers Michael to the abbot

and convent of St. Mary, Lyra, York diocese, and Walter of

St. Mary's, Oseney, for 6s. ^d. annual pension. [Partly obliterated.]

Ch. 47.

A mandate sent by K. Edward III to the abbot of Oseney, that he
should deliver to the knights hospitallers the muniments, cups, and
ornaments that he holds, and which have been before demanded of
him, belonging to the knights templars lately dissolved.

Dated at Worcester, 26 i Ed. III. Ch. 48.

An acknowledgment given by William de la Marche that he has
received of the abbot and convent of Oseney 6 is. sterling.

Dated at London, 4 March, i Ed. III. Ch. 49.

Letter of Nicholas, abbot of Eynsham, to the deans of the arch-
deaconry of Berks, reciting a mandate received from Pope John, dated
3 of his pontificate, to allow the abbot and convent of Oseney to enjoy



342 CALENDAR OF CHARTERS, ROLLS, ETC.

OXFORD,
their possessions, &c. without let or hindrance, under pain of ex-
communication.

Dated at Eynesham, lo Kl. September, 1327. Ch. 50.

Inspeximus and confirmation to Oseney of privileges, &c.

Dated 3 Ed. III. \Part of an Inspeximus charter^ Ch. 5 1 .

Richard Murimouth, chaplain of the king, transfers at the request
of the king to William Murimouth his brother, clerk, an annual
pension of 40s., granted to him by the abbey and convent of Oseney.
Dated at Oxford on the feast of St. Luke the apostle, 1330.

Ch. 52.

Restitution of the temporalities of Oseney by K. Edward III, on
the election of Thomas of Cudlington to the abbacy of the same.

Dated at Staunford, 9 Aug., 4 Ed. III. Ch. 53.

Mandate from Edward, Prince of Wales, to the seneschal of the
honour of Wallingford, to release entirely any distraint on the lands
of the monastery of Oseney.

Dated 5 Ed. IIL [Mutilated^ Ch. 54.

An acquittance from Henry of Canterbury to the abbot and convent
of Oseney for the sum of 40s. annual pension, ending Michaelmas,
5 Ed. III. Dated at London, 4 October, 5 Ed. III. Ch. 55.

An acquittance given by the abbot of Eynsham, collector of the
tenths for Pope John XXII, to the abbot and convent of Oseney for the
receipt of £20 75. ^\d. for the second half of the third year.

Dated at Eynsham on the vigil of All Saints, 1332. Ch. 56.

An acquittance from Henry of Canterbury, clerk, to the abbot and
convent of Oseney for the sum of 405. for an annual pension, ending
Michaelmas, 6 Ed. III.

Dated at London, i Nov., 6 Ed. III. Ch. 57.

An^ acknowledgment given by the prior of the cathedral church of

Norwich, for the receipt from the abbot and convent of Oseney of i6d.

Dated at Norwich, 5 Kl. July, 1333. Ch. 58.

An acknowledgment that Richard de Lusteshull, of the church of
St. Lawrence of Romsey, has received of the abbot and convent of
Oseney 105. sterling, due Michaelmas, 1333, for one year's pension.

Ch. 59.

An acknowledgment given by the prior of Daventry and Jolin de
Wottesdon, rector of Cortenhale, collectors for the pope, to the abbot
and convent of Oseney for the payment of £20 75. ^^d. from churches,
&c. belonging to that abbey.

Dated at Daventry, 15 Kl. July, 1336.

[The churches are enumerated?^ Ch. 60.

Composition between the abbot and convent of Oseney of the one
part, and Matilda, daughter of Reynilde de la Wyk, of the other,"
conceniing her corrody. ^

Dated at Oseney on the vigil of St. Matthew, 1 1 Ed. XL Ch. 61.



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OXFORD.
An indenture witnessing that sir Richard de Beaufo, kt., John de
Croxford, Greoffrey de Astwyk, and Henry atte Grene, collectors of half
of the wool in Oxfordshire, according to the act of parliament of
12 Ed. Ill, that they have received of the abbot and convent of
Oseney four sacks of wool.

Dated at Oxford the Monday on the morrow of Palm Sunday,
12 Ed. in. - Ch.62.

An acknowledgment given by the abbot of Eynsham for the receipt
of 1 35. sterling from the abbot and convent of Oseney.

Dated at Eynsham on the feast of St. Mary Magdalen^ 13 Ed. III.

Ch. 63.

An acquittance given by the abbot of Eynsham, collector of the
tenths for the king, to the abbot and convent of Oseney for the
payment of £39 os. 6^d.

Dated .... on the feast of St. John the Baptist, 1341. Ch. 64.

Writ of exemption granted by K. Ed. Ill to the abbot of Oseney
from attendance at parliament, reciting that he holds the lands of the
abbey as of the gift of Robert D'Oilly in frankalmoigne, and not by
barony or in capite. Dated 15 Ed. III. []!^Iutilated^ Ch. 65.

The account of William Watford, almsgiver, from the feast of St.
Michael 1342 to the same feast following. Ch. 66.

An acquittance of the prior of St. Bartholomew, London, to the

prior and convent of Oseney of for the first half of the

tenths granted to the king.

Dated at London, 7 Kl. of . . . . 1343. Ch. 67.

Sir Nicholas de Dornford, kt., remits and quit-claims to the abbot
and convent of Oseney all his right to an annual pension of 405.

Dated at Otyndon, 22 March, 18 Ed. III. Ch. 6^.

Charter of Nicholas de Uppeton, the abbot, and convent of
Eynsham, acquitting and indemnifying Thomas, the abbot, and convent
of Oseney, for restoring a certain chest placed in their custody by
William de Staunford, then abbot as he pretended of the said monastery
of Eynsham.

Dated at Eynesham, 6 Non. July, 1345. Ch. 69.

Fragment of the account of John de Bardusle, cook of Oseney,
from the feast of St. Michael, 2 1 Ed. Ill, to the same feast following.

Ch. 70.

The will of Martin de Saltford, dated 1348. Ch, 71.

The abbot and convent of Oseney, at the visitation of John, bp. of
Lincoln, exhibited their records concerning the appropriation of
churches, &c. therein named, which the bishop allowed.

Dated at Buckeden, 2. Id. Jan., 1350. Ch. 72.

An acquittance given by the abbot of St. James', Northampton, to
the abbot and convent of Oseney, for the sum of 6s. 8c?.

Dated at Northampton, 5 Kal. May, 1352. Ch. 73.



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An acquittance from John de Kellefox, clerk to John, bp. of
Lincoln, to the abbey and convent of Oseney, for 485. gd.

Dated at Buckeden, 2 Non. Dec, 1357. Ch. 73 a.

An acquittance from "William Deneby and Richard de Toneworth,
proctors of the university of Oxford, to the abbot and convent of
Oseney, for the payment of 2 marks of silver.

Dated at Oxford on the feast of St. Nicholas, 1358. Ch. 73 5.

An acquittance given by Henry Rooks and "William Todeworth,
clerk, executors of Thomas Piper, to the abbot and convent of Oseney,
for money and goods belonging to the said Thomas.

Dated at Oseney, 12 October, 1361. Ch. 74.

An acquittance from Simon Lambome and James Stanton, proctors
of the university of Oxford, to the abbot and convent of Oseney, for
the payment of two marks.

Dated on the feast of St. Nicholas, 1361. Ch. 74 a.

Fragment of a steward's account, temp. Ed. III. Ch. 'j^b.

The prior of St. Bartholomew's, Smythfeld, London, collector of the
tenths granted to Pope Innocent YI by the clergy of Canterbury, for
the diocese of London, acknowledges to have received of the abbot and
convent of Oseney, by the hands of Henry Dymnel, 2 1 ^d. for their
temporalities in the said diocese.

Dated at London, i Nones August, 1362. Ch. 75.

An acquittance from Richard Sutton and "Walter Wandesford,
proctors of the university, to the abbot and convent of Oseney for
265. Sd.

Dated at Oxford the Friday next after the feast of St. Valentine,
1363. Ch. 75*.

"William Coc of "Whatelee i»emits to the abbot and convent of
Oseney all -kinds of actions whether real or personal for any kind of
trespass.

Dated at Oseney the Saturday next after the feast of the
Epiphany, 38 Ed. IIL Ch. 76.

An acquittance given to the abbot and convent of Oseney by the
prior of Cogges for 10.9. annual pension.

Dated the Sunday next before the feast of St. Michael, 40 Ed. III.

Ch. 77.

John de Denton, chaplain, remits and quit-claims his right to an
annual pension of 40s. payable by the abbot and convent of Oseney.
Dated at Oseney, 2 Kl. November, 131 7. Ch. 78.

An acknowledgment from Isabella Blaket for the payment of four
marks as a corrody from the abbot and convent of Oseney.

Dated at Hanlee in the county of Worcester the Sunday after
the feast of St. Mark the evangelist; 44 Ed. III. Ch. 79.

An acquittance given by John de Bures, citizen and draper of
London, to the abbot and convent of Oseney, for the receipt of
£17 17s. 2d. Dated at London, 10 Oct., 45 Ed. IIL Ch. 80.



IN THE BODLEIAN LIBRARY. 345

OXFORD.

Peter, the abbot of Abendon, acknowledges to have received of the

abbot of Oseney 105. for the tenths of their temporalities and

spiritualities in the archdeaconries of Berks and Wilts, granted to the

King. Dated at Abendon, 3 Kl. December, 1373. Ch. 81.

"Writ of King Edward III to John, bp. of Lincoln, confirming the
election of John de Bokelond as abbot of Oseney, and commanding a
restitution of the temporalities in his bailiwick.

Dated . . June, 47 Ed. III. Ch. 265.

An acknowledgment that Henry, the abbot of Peterborough, has
received of the abbot, 24 canons, and one brother of Oseney, the sum
of 26s., being the third subsidy granted to the King by the prelates
and clergy of the province of Canterbury,

Dated at Peterborough, 15 May, 1377. [IF?!^^ seal^ Ch. 81*.

Fragment of a bailiff's account for an Oxfordshire manor



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