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By Roy Martin Haines

Lately Edward II's reign has attracted the eye of a couple of students whose paintings has significantly converted the normal photograph. for that reason, there was a flow clear of the emphasis on constitutional and administrative conception and perform to a attention of the personalities concerned, particularly Edward himself and the earls of Pembroke and Lancaster. even supposing medieval biography is tough, such an method has been hugely profitable - the activities of people are noticeable to be the most important in any research of occasions. even though, considering that Kathleen Edwards's pioneer article within the mid-1940s, the Church's contribution has been mostly ignored. In her view, after Archbishop Winchelsey's loss of life the bishops lower sorry figures certainly. The time has come for a extra sympathetic appraisal, specifically of the function performed by means of Adam Orleton, promoted successively bishop of Hereford, Worcester and Winchester by way of a pope who paid no awareness to the expostulations of the govt. at domestic.

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O7-io r . Foedera 2, i, p. 157. See Chaplais, ' Le Duche-Pairie de Guyenne', pp. 150-1. \ Treaty Rolls / , no. 576. The parliament met at York. , pp. xi, 77-8. , p. 78. Foedera 2, i, p. 159; Treaty Rolls 1, nos. 577-8. Society of Antiquaries MS. 121, fos. 7V, 8 r , 9V, io r . 74c There was some delay in getting started. 75 We catch sight of him at Avignon in early May, and he remained abroad until February of the following year. It was on 24 May that Orleton was once again deputed to do homage in Edward's name for Aquitaine, this time in association with Walter Stapledon, bishop of Exeter, and two clerks, M.

For this election see Haines, ' Wolstan de Bransford ', pp. 104-5; Worcester Reg. Bransford, pp. xii-xiii. Lit. Cant. 1, pp. 241-2. The editor has confused the issue by stating that it was Orleton who was seeking consecration. He was of course already a bishop. Moreover, it was the subprior of Worcester who was petitioning; the prior was Bransford, the bishop-elect {op. cit. p. 241, rubric). 16 On 12 December a strongly-worded letter was sent to Orleton himself, reiterating the doctrine of election said to be customary in the realm.

Voedera 2, i, p . 194; 15 March 1320; Treaty Rolls / , p p . 610-1. See Phillips, Pembroke, p. 188. 2 3 The diplomatic envoy of Woodstock, were also given letters of credence to the pope. 86 While in London and prior to setting out for the coast, Orleton issued a forty days' indulgence for the king's benefit in honour of the Virgin and of King Ethelbert, the Hereford patron. 89 On the surface Orleton's most urgent task at the Curia was to press the claim of M. Henry Burghersh, the under-age nephew of Bartholomew Badlesmere, to the bishopric of Lincoln.

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