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Contents

Ordination of Bredgar College
15
Ordination of a chantry at Ickham
21
Bull of Honorius III on the Jubilee
26
Processions to be made on behalf of the Kings expedition
30
Manumission of a bondman
31
Petition to the King on corrodies
32
The Kings favourable answer
36
The Chapter undertake to keep two festivals for the Kings benefit
40
The Chapter promise a daily mass for Archbishop Courtenay
41
Bull on the foundation of Maidstone College
45
Receipt for Irish rent
48
The Archbishop and the Chapter offer themselves and their goods for the Kings service
49
The Kings grateful answer
50
Foundation of Booking chantry
52
Transfer of a chantry from Bekesbourne to East bridge Hospital
58
Two scholars from Bredgar College to be maintained in the Almonry School
68
Archbishop Arundels letter from Florence
70
Another letter from the same
73
Apostolic letters as to St Jacobs Hospital
75
The Hospital endowed with the appropriation of Brad gate Church
76
The Chapter assame the administration of the Hospital
77
A declaration of damage done by English
78
A declaration of English goods seized by German authorities
79
On the same subject
81
On the same subject
83
On tho same subject
84
English reply to German complaints
86
Instruction given to English Ambassadors
90
The mastership of Eastbridge Hospital conferred
91
Preliminary treaty of peace between England and Hanse Towns
94
A mass to be sung for Roger Walden once Arch bishop of Canterbury
98
95 Lydd Church sequestrated to pay the Irish rent
99
Injnries suffered by citizens of York at the hands of the Germans
100
The Hanse Towns are ready to treat with the English Ambassadors
101
The Captain of Calais denies that he has injured German ships
104
An ordained bondman asks for manumission
108
The form of manumission
109
The additions and repairs made to the property of Christ Church by Prior Chillenden
112
Ordination of Arundels chantry
123
Amended statutes for St Jacobs Hospital
132
Confraternity granted to a kinsman of St Thomas from Iceland
137
PowerofAttoriiey for collecting the Wine of St Thomas
138
A letter of friendship from St Bertins Abbey
140
The answer to the same
141
Agreement as to the patronage of Whittingtons College
143
Nomination to tho mastership of Whittingtons College
148
Tho Prior binds himself to abide the award of arbi trators
150
A similar bond
151
Thomas Chawcers received into confraternity
152
The Prior offers to accept part of the Irish rent for the whole
153
Certificate of tho reconciliation of certain heretics
156
The site for Archbishop Chicheleys tomb granted
159
Instructions for collecting the Irish rent
161
The SubPrior is accredited to the Council of Basel
163
Agreement between the Chapter and their master mason
165
Prayers to be offered for peace
167
The mastermason of Christ Church asked to give advice about London Bridge
169
The tomb to be built for Margaret Holland and her two husbands the Earl of Somerset and the Duke of Clarence
170
Archbishop Chicheleys benefactions to Christ Church
171
A writ of Praemunire facias
172
On the reconciling of a fugitive monk
173
On the same subject
174
On the same subject
175
A case of the vitium proprietatis
176
The Archbishop appoints a steward
182
The Kings letter on the stewards behalf
183
Form of nomination of a poor scholar at Oxford
184
1026a A similar but better form
185
The Bishop of Chichester asks for a relic of St Wilfrid
187
The reply to the preceding letter
188
The name translated into Latin
190
A miraole at the shrine of St Thomas reported
191
Conditional receipt for Irish rent
192
The Archbishops licence for the foundation of Brenchleys chantry
193
Confessiones latronum
195
103d A release of a rent given by the Mayor of Oxford to Canterbury College
197
Wye vicarage united to Wye College
198
On the same subject
202
A pardon to Jack Cado and his followers
205
The Kings commission of array for Kent
225
Lease of the site of the fairs held in the Cathedral churchyard
233
The Prior is deputed to receive the official oath of the Sheriff of Kent
234
A similar oath administered
237
An indulgence from the shrine at Compostella
238
Letter of credence of a pilgrim bound for Palestine
239
The union of the parishes of Bersted and Bagnor
240
On the same snbject
241
On the endowment of Bourchiers chantry
242
Tho oath taken by the Abbot of St Augustines on going abroad
243
Licence to the same for going abroad
244
Petition for Jubilee indulgences
245
Demise for sixty years of the Irish estates of Christ Church
248
Arrears of the Irish rent
250
The new lessee ousted by Gilbert Talbot
251
Special confessors at the jubilee forbidden to exact fees and the Bull by which the indulgences were granted
252
Letter of confraternity granted to the Bishop of Bayeux
255
0nods seized for customs dues
257
Licence in Mortmain Bourchiers chantry
258
Dr Chandler of New College is thanked for his bene volence to Canterbury College
260
On the same subject
261
A warden recommended for Canterbury College
262
Ordination of Bourchiers chantry
263
A mass established for Dr Chandler
267
On the same subject 1076 A London tradesmans letter 1077 A fugitive monk wishes to return 1078 On marsh drainage 1079 The Chancellors speec...
270
Thomas Bnlkeley to the Prior 1081 Bulkeleys servant to the Prior 1082 Confraternity granted to Thomas Bnlkeley 1083 An invasion of the liberties ...
288
Provision for a scholar at Canterbury College
291
The grant of the Wine of St Thomas renewed by Louis XL
292
Whitstable Church appropriated to Plasshy College
294
Salt fish furnished to the Monastery
298
1087a The fishmongers advice about the Wine
299
An agent in France about the Wine
300
A site granted for Archbishop Bourchiers tomb
301
An exchange of land at Well Chapel
302
A letter from Dom T Humphrey in London
303
A love letter
304
Romney chantry appropriated to Magdalen College Oxford
306
A statement of Irish rent
309
Robbers captured at Mersham
310
Contract for cloth
311
s recantation
312
The Cinque Ports have a grievance against the Prior
314
A place of bnrial in the crypt granted
315
A history of the loss and recovery of Pamfield manor
316
The wall of the City of Canterbury acquired by Christ Church
318
On the same subject
319
On the same subject
321
PowerofAttorney for buying Caen stone to build the Cathedral tower
330
Expenses in erocting the tower
331
The tenants at Prittlewell complain
333
A scholar at Oxford to his chamberfellow
334
Sir Richard Guildford to John Hall of Tenterden 33C 1111 The same to two neighbours
336
A burialplace chosen by Archbishop Warham
337
Correspondence relating to the Jubilee of St Thomas
340
On the same subject
343
On the same subject
344
On the same subject
346
Soldiers demanded from the manors of ChriBt Church
348
On the same subject
349
Composition between the Archbishops as to the primacy
351
The cross of the Archbishop of York is not to be carried in London
352
On tho same subject
353
Archbishop Theobald on fugitive monks
354
Land given for the waterworks
355
An hereditary church appropriated to the Monastery
356
A quay at Fordwich given to the Monastery
358
t5 J Canterbury in the Province of York
392
58
398
A letter from the Duke of Orleans relating to the Wine of St Thomas 189
448
A Kings writ on the subject of a palfrey which each
465
Calendars of State Papers Ac 3
3
Chronicles and Memorials of Great Britain and Ireland during
9
Writ of William II requiring the Abbot of St Augus
19
Publications of the Record Commissioners c 23
24
Cantonary letter given at the consecration of Bishop
25
Reports of the Deputy Keeper of the Public Records
31
Date
33
to Instruments relating to St Martins Priory Dovor 369
36
Irish Record Publications
37

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