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the said benefices, simply or for exchange, as often as he pleased-at the petition of himself, who asserts that the habit of the above monastery is reputed almost secular ( quasi secularis reputatur ), and the petitions of the said

to be received as a canon of the monastery of St. Catherine, O.S.A., in the diocese of Waterford, the regular habit to be given to him, and his profession to be received, the pope requiring him thereupon to resign his

period he be found fit, to cause him to be received as a canon of the monastery and the regular habit to be given to him, etc., and receive his profession, and thereupon to make him provision of the monastery,

declare that the said letters were surreptitious, receive Odo as a canon of the said monastery, give him the regular habit, receive his profession, and thereupon, and in the event of their making the said deprivation and removal and the

and in that event to receive the said Odo as a canon of the said monastery, give him the regular habit, and receive his profession, and moreover to collate and assign to him the said priory, value 50 marks sterling.

to be received as a canon of the monastery of St. Catherine, O.S.A., in the diocese of Waterford, the regular habit to be given to him, and his profession to be received, the pope ' s will being that he

that event to cause the said Thomas to be received as a canon of the said monastery and the regular habit to be given to him, and receive his profession, and thereupon to collate and assign to him the said

his choice in communion with the apostolic see, without prejudice to the bishop of Ferns. He is to wear the habit worn in the said monastery of Ferns. Solicite considerationis . [24/5 pp . ] De Vacantibus . Prid .

that event to cause the said Maurus to be received as a canon of the said monastery and the regular habit to be given to him, receive his profession, and collate and assign to him the said priory, conventual and

the bishop of Meath. As soon as he obtains possession of the rule and administration, he is to wear the habit worn in the said monastery. Solicite considerationis indagine . [11/2 pp . ] 1481[-2 ] . 15 Kal. March.

canons or brethren should be bound for ever to live in accordance therewith, and always and everywhere to wear the habit with the sign called a potent [ alias potence ] in honour of the same St. Anthony, after the

mundus de Burgo, priest, of Cloyne and canon of Tuam, an open and notorious fornicator, does not wear the clerical habit and tonsure, goes about as an ordinary layman, does not reside in the church of Tuam nor is present

that there should be therein a master and brethren professing the said rule and living in common, and wearing a habit like that of the Templars, except the cross of white and red, 3 and named it the house or

noble birth by both parents, to be received as a canon of the priory and confer on him the regular habit and receive his profession, and moreover, after he has made his profession, if and after he accuses Maurice before

offices white surplices with black almuces lined with black budge ( pugeto ), after the form and similitude of the habit of the perpetual vicars in the church of Salisbury-that the said master and his successors may for ever wear,

election to be set forth in consistory before the pope, who hereby holds it null. He is to wear the habit worn in St. Peter ' s. Inter solicitudines . Concurrent letters to the convent and to the vassals of

s in West Sm[i ] thfelde, who left the said monastery without leave of his superior, and, without abandoning his habit, lived in the world, as he still does, but desires to return to his monastery; to dispense him on

made up of statutes relating to the custody of the chapter seals, canons' residence, the fruits of deceased canons' prebends, habit and conduct in choir and the dean's visitation of prebends, was witnessed on 7 January 1213/14. 1 Later, the

of St. Augustine, or Austin Canons, sometimes called the Black Canons, from the black cope and hood that formed the habit. They are not to be confused either with the Austin Friars or with the Black Friars who were Dominicans,

without consent of the prior and convent; and whatever persons were admitted as brethren or sisters were to receive their habit from the prior at a chapter of the canons, and must swear obedience to the prior and church of

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