The Church and the English Crown, 1305-1334: A Study Based on the Register of Archbishop Walter Reynolds

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Contents

Canon Law and Theory of Provisions
5
The Papal Registers
15
Graces to Poor Clerks and Other Provisions outside the Regis ters
18
A Statistical Analysis of the Provisions
27
The Degree of Success of the Provisors in Obtaining Their Benefices
31
Who Were the Provisors and Their Sponsors?
36
Provisions for University Graduates
39
The Large Numbers at the Outset of Each Pontificate
43
An English Cardinal?
125
English Benefices Held by Cardinals and Other Curial Officials
129
English Litigation at the Roman Court
136
The Privilege of England
142
Royal Control of Episcopal Temporalities
155
Nonresidence for Kings Clerks
164
King and Popes
168
The Conflict between the Courts and Clerical Grievances
177

Manipulation and Extension of the Papal Provisory Power
47
Archbishop Reynolds and Provisions
54
The Constitution Ex debito
67
The Constitution Execrabilis
72
The Crown and Provisions
94
Safeguarding the Royal Prerogative
99
Unofficial Royal Contacts at the Papal Court
101
English Proctors at Avignon
109
Crown Envoys to the Roman Court
114
Pensions to Cardinals
119
Tables of Provisions
275
Gifts from the Crown to the Pope
283
Importance of the Cardinals to Edward II as reflected
309
Some Examples of English Litigation at the Roman
318
The Mandate of Pope John xxii to his Cardinal
333
Excommunications Reconciliations and Purga
342
1 Prayers for the Crown
348
Benefices of Walter Reynolds before Consecration
361
Bibliography
415
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