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take the habit, and made the wonted profession, without any intention, however, of being bound to any religion, but, on the contrary, of leaving the place where he was as soon as possible and giving up the said habit; that,

many religious houses in which persons of both sexes of their third order of St. Francis dwell under the regular habit and observance of the said order, and in which are religious men in the priesthood and learned in canon

shall be bound in the meantime to receive the said habit and make his profession; and decrees that from now, as from the time when he takes the said habit and makes his profession, provision has been and is made

possession in virtue of these presents, without being bound to take the habit and make his profession, but within the said six months he shall receive the habit and make his profession; if not, these presents shall be null and

of St. Mary ' s, Dribu[r ] gh, O. Praem., in the diocese of St. Andrews, give him the regular habit, and receive his profession as a canon of the said monastery. Cupientibus vitam ducere regularem . [1 p .-

benefice without cure, after which he was made a clerk), as a canon of the said monastery, give him the habit thereof, and receive his profession, and thereupon to collate and assign to him the said priorship, conventual, elective and

black, four cloths of plunket, eight cloths 32 yards of blue, five cloths 22 yards of 'moustredevilers,' two cloths 28 yards of green, one cloth of red, two cloths of blue 'medle,' 6 yards of 'medle' with grain, 13 yards

Two vermilion scarlets, value 16 pounds. Also, one cloth of brown russet, value 8 marks. Also, one cloth of mesne blue, 3 value 100 shillings. Also, one brown medley, value 8 marks. Also, one sursie , 4 value 51/2 marks.

Surtees Society ] , i, p. 347, quoted by N.E.D .). 32 Blakedovyd. See Dowed Blodius ( Lat .). Of blue colour. 60 Bokill. A buckle. 84 Bolle Caffes. Bull calves. 145 Bond. Bound ( cp . Bowden). 27 Bond

opportunity he left the said order, as he was always minded to do, threw off the said habit, put on a secular habit, and had remained in it for fourteen years or thereabouts, as he was still then doing; and

precentor's side 1 s. 10 d. 11/2 yds. of cloth called tartarin 4 s. 0 d. 1 large piece of blue buckram, for 3 mantles for the Maries at Easter 8 s. 6 d. 50 z. of silk fringe 5

of blue carde; one covering of Flanders tapisser-work (of Flemmish tapisser- work) with dogs called 'talbots' interwoven; 2 benches/bench-covers and 12 cushions of the same work; 3 curtains and celure of blue carde; one covering; one tester of blue worsted

of the said letters Paul II had ordered him to be received as a monk in the said monastery, the habit to be given to him, and his profession to be received, and provision to be made to him of

he threw off the habit, put on secular garments, left the monastery and wandered about as an apostate for about four months, thereby incurring sentence of excommunication, after which, led by repentance, he resumed the habit, returned to his monastery,

with red 'tartryn,' another gown of blue 'medlee' doubled with green 'bokeram' and hood and tabard of the same colour doubled with green 'tartryn,' 6 yards of black cloth and 36 yards of blue 'medle,' all bought and purveyed for

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

of Friars Minors in those parts, assumed the habit and wore it for three days, and, after having remained for a fortnight in the said house and order, put off the said habit and, with the consent of the guardian

of the monastery of SS. Peter and Paul, Armagh, O.S.A., and give him the habit, or to cause him to be so received and the habit given to him, and receive his profession. He is in due course to resign

not to impetrate anything against him, to receive him as a monk of the said monastery, give him the regular habit thereof, and receive his profession, and moreover, if he will accuse the said Matthew before the above canon, to

caused himself to be so promoted) to be received as a canon of the said monastery, give him the regular habit, and receive his profession, and thereafter to make provision to him of the said monastery, value not exceeding 20

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