The Register of the Diocese of Worcester During the Vacancy of the See; Usually Called Registrum Sede Vacante.

The Register of the Diocese of Worcester During the Vacancy of the See; Usually Called Registrum Sede Vacante.

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This historic book may have numerous typos and missing text. Purchasers can usually download a free scanned copy of the original book (without typos) from the publisher. Not indexed. Not illustrated. 1897 edition. Excerpt: ...Arches of London, commissary-general of the court of Canterbury, he found that the same brother Richard had rightfully and lawfully proceeded to the delivery of his sentence, and nothing had been proposed or proved by the said Master William de Staneweye to the contrary. And therefore the said dean confirmed the aforesaid sentence and condemned the said William in 40: . costs. Dated at London, the 4th of the Kalends of August, I314. Fol. 92d. Proceedings in the church of the Blessed Mary of the Arches, London, before Nicholas de Gore, examiner-general of the court of Canterbury, special commissary on this behalf of the ofiicial of the same court, on the 2nd of the Nones of November, I314, in the appeal from the diffinitive sentence of the dean of the church of the Blessed Mary of the Arches, London, commissary-general of the official of the court of Canterbury, in the matter between Master Villiam de Staneweye, appellant, by Master William de Henton, his proctor, and brother Richard de Bromwycho, monk of Worcester, the party appealed, by Master Thomas de Taff, his proctor. Letters certificatory having been read before the same Nicholas de Gore, the 7th of the ides of November was fixed for further hearing, when the matter was adjourned, and afterwards was from time to time adjourned; at one of which adjournments Master William de Burnaston was substituted for the said Master William de Henton. On the eighth law-day after the feast of St. Valentine, brother Richard, having produced three witnesses, and the aforesaid William two, the names of whom remain in the possession of the clerk, and it having been decreed that fourteen witnesses should be called on behalf of the same William, the cause was again adjourned to the third law-day after..show more

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  • Paperback | 196 pages
  • 189 x 246 x 11mm | 358g
  • Rarebooksclub.com
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1236965914
  • 9781236965912