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diocese, to be received as a canon of the monastery of St. Anthony, in the diocese of Vienne, cause the habit to be given to him, and receive his profession; and also ordered, by other letters, collation and provision to

days and greater double feasts; that on Sundays and feast days he shall be present in person in his choir habit at High Masses and vespers in choir and at processions, without any other burden of office being imposed on

Fonte vivo ), O. Cist., in the diocese of Ross, give him the habit thereof, and receive his profession. As soon as he has taken the habit and made his profession, etc., he is to resign all his benefices. Cupientibus

preceding order to the escheator, and on Sunday before the Annunciation last Margaret assumed the habit of religion in the monastery of Ambresbury, in which habit she professed there withou t an heir of her body, as is found by

clerk, of Clogher, to be received as a canon of the monastery of St. Mary, Clogher, O.S.A., and the regular habit to be given to him, and to receive his profession. Cupientibus vitam . ( N . and A .

resign St. John Baptist ' s, whose value does not exceed 40 marks. He is also to wear the regular habit worn in St. Peter ' s, and is to conform to its regular institutes. Dignum [ arbitramur ] .

notwithstanding that such monastery be of another order, or the habit therein be of another colour and form than in Londors. The pope wills, however, that William shall wear the habit thereof and otherwise confirm himself. The bishops are to

6 caps of black wool, 4 s .; 5 caps of blue colour, and one cap of russet, 2 s . 6 d .; 5 children's caps, red and blue, 2 s . 1 d .; one dozen of black

with green cloth; one tunic called a ‘ frende' of blue cloth, paenulated with grey; one simple tunic of russet; one red tunic; two tunics of black worsted; one blue tunic; two hoods of scarlet cloth; one old (vetus) red

some time, and still do so), to be received as a canon in the said priory, give him the regular habit and receive his profession, and if, after summoning Thomas and Walter, they find the facts to be as stated,

which he was made a clerk) to be received as a canon of the said monastery, give him the regular habit, and receive his profession, and thereupon to collate and assign to him the said priory, conventual, with cure, elective,

to receive and retain it, notwithstanding the said defect, etc., and wills that after obtaining possession he shall wear the habit worn in the said monastery, etc. Religionis zelus , vite etc . Concurrent mandate to the archbishop of Patras,

Hobertus to be received as a brother of the said hospital [of St. John of Jerusalem ] and the regular habit to be given to him, etc., and receive his regular profession, and thereupon to collate and assign to him

( recte Schrymgeoure), then a secular priest, to be received as a monk of St. Thomas ' s, the regular habit to be given to him, and his profession to be received, and granted the said monastery to him in

the preceding, to collate and assign to the above John, even before he has been so received and before the habit has been given him, and before making his profession, the priorship of the above church, a major dignity, value

to deprive and remove him, receive the said Dermit as a canon in the said monastery, give him the regular habit thereof, and receive his profession, and, in the event of the said deprivation and removal, to collate and assign

some time as a novice, received in his fifteenth year the habit of a canon, and after wearing it for about a month, but without the monastery, abandoned the habit, returned to the world and lived laudably for about twelve

' s orders, and the said Daniel not only [not ] being a deacon, but not even wearing the clerical habit 2 , of which circumstances the said Daniel made no mention in the said letters. Dignum etc . (

Trysternach in the same diocese, and to receive his profession. He is thereupon, or after he has assumed the regular habit and worn it for three days etc., to resign the rectory, value not exceeding 20 marks sterling. Cupientibus vitam

the diocese of Clonfert, that Malachy Omadaeyn, a canon of Clonfert, living like a m ere layman in a lay habit 6 , publicly keeps a concubine and dilapidates and alienates and uselessly consumes the possessions of his canonry of

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