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1144-1150. Gift of the Keledean Monastery of Lochleven by Bishop Robert to
Foundation of the Abbey of Kinloss.
Consecration of Bishops of Man and the Isles at York
David King of the Scots to Ronald Earl of the Orkneys
Grant of Innerlethan Church to Kelso by Malcolm King of the Scots,
1154, Nov. 28. Bull of Anastasius IV., establishing Trondhjem as a Metropolitan
Bishopric of Dunblane founded.
Foundation of Nunneries of Eccles and Manuel.
Bull of Adrian IV. to the Bishops of Scotland
Bull of Adrian IV. to Edward Bishop of Aberdeen
Pope Alexander III. to the Chapter of S. Andrew's
Ernaldus consecrated to the See of S. Andrew's, at S. Andrew's, by
Unsuccessful attempt to reunite Hy to the Irish Church
Foundation of the Abbey of Cupar
Attempted Legatine Scottish Council at Norham Castle under Roger
1165, March 28. Richard consecrated to the See of S. Andrew's, at S. Andrew's, by
Pope Alexander III. to the Abbat of Kelso, granting him a mitre
Precept of King William I. for recovering fugitive serfs of Abbats of
1174, Dec. 8. Treaty of Falaise (as confirmed at York, A. D. 1175, Aug. 17)
1176, Jan. 25, etc. Council of Northampton, so far as relates to Scotland
Pope Alexander III. to the Archbishop and Dean and Chapter of
1176, July 30. Pope Alexander III. to the Bishops of Scotland
1176, July-1177, January. Cardinal Vivian legate to Scotland, Man, and Ireland. 246
1177, Aug. 1. Legatine Council of Edinburgh under Cardinal Vivian
1178 x 1181. Pope Alexander III. to the Bishops of Scotland respecting Cardinal
Foundation of the Abbey of Arbroath
Legate sent to summon Scottish Bishops to the third Lateran Council 249
Clergy not to be ordained on other than the Ember Days.
A Scottish Bishop at the Lateran Council
Before 1181. Grant by Harald Earl of Orkney of Peter-pence from the county of
III. Pope Alexander III. to the Prelates of Scotland.
IV. Roger of York, Papal legate, to excommunicate the King, and
interdict the realm, of Scotland
V. Pope Alexander III. to William King of the Scots
VI. Scotland interdicted, and William excommunicated
1179 or 1178-1188. Disputed election to the See of S. Andrew's .
1179 or 1178. I. John elected to S. Andrew's by the Chapter, Hugh by King William 251
1181 (?). II. Pope Alexander III. to the Bishops, etc. of Scotland, and to the
VII. Attempted compromise between King William and Bishop
VIII. William absolved by order of Pope Lucius III.
(March 7. Velletri. Pope Lucius III. to the Bishops of Scotland)
IX. Second attempt and failure to effect a compromise
X. Rolland elect of Dol and Selvanus Abbat of Rievaulx to Pope
1183, before June. XI. Settlement (not accepted) of the dispute by Pope Lucius III.
1186, July. XII. Renewal of the Controversy before Pope Urban III..
(July 31. Verona. Pope Urban III. to William King of the Scots)
1186, July 31. XIII. Verona. Pope Urban III. to Jocelin Bishop of Glasgow and
to the Abbats of Melrose, Newbottle, and Dumfermlin.
XIV. Bishop Hugh suspended and excommunicated.
XVI. Pisa. Pope Clement III. to William King of the Scots
XVII. Pisa. Pope Clement III. to Henry II. King of the English.
XVIII. Pisa. Pope Clement III. to the Clergy of S. Andrew's
XIX. Pisa. Pope Clement III. to Jocelin of Glasgow, Matthew of
Aberdeen, Richard of Moray, and others
XX. Final settlement of the dispute by Hugh's death. John trans-
lated to Dunkeld; Roger made Bishop of S. Andrew's .
Godred King of Man buried in Hy
The Scots refuse to pay the Saladin tithe
1188, March 13. Lateran. Clement III. to William King of the Scots, declaring
P. 10. Add,
ADDENDA ET CORRIGENDA.
VOLS. I, II.
A.D. 380. Priscillianist Bishops banished to the Scilly Isles.
SULP. SEVER., Hist. Sac., II. 51. [c. A.D. 400.]-Instantius quem superius ab Episcopis damnatum diximus, in Sylinam insulam, quæ ultra Britannias sita est, deportatus. Itum deinde in reliquos sequentibus judiciis, damnatique Asarinus et Aurelius diaconus gladio. Tiberianus ademptis bonis in Sylinam insulam datus. (Galland., VIII. 391.)
P. 12. Add,
Before A.D. 396. Victricius Bishop of Rouen visits the Church in Britain at the
VICTRICIUS ROTOMAGENSIS, Lib. de Laude Sanctorum, c. I. [c. A.D. 396.]-Mex quidem, sancti venerandique martyres, quantum reor, apud vos veniabilis excusatio tarditatis est. Nam quod ad Britannias profectus sum, quod ibi moratus sum, vestrorum fecit excusatio [? exsecutio] præceptorum. Pacis me faciendæ [adjutorem] consacerdotes mei salutares Antistites evocarunt. Hoc negare non poteram, qui vobis militabam. Non est deesse obsequiis, obedire præceptis. Merito virtutis ubique vos esse novi: nullo enim terrarum spatio cælestis claritudo fraudatur. Ignoscere ergo debetis, quod in quadragesimo tantum lapide pæne tardus occurri. Vobis intra Britannias obsequebar; et Oceani circumfluo separatus, vestro tamen detinebar officio. Dilatio ista desiderium meum læsit, non prætermisit obsequium. Ego tamen totum vestræ tribuo majestati, quia vos estis corpus Christi, et Spiritus Divinus est Qui habitat in vobis: vestrum est, quod abfui, vestrum est quod redivi. Superest ergo ut excusationis meæ ratio digeratur. Pacis Domini estis auctores, cujus me sententiæ velut interpretem delegistis. Hoc ego Domini Jesu et vestrum salutare præceptum intra Britannias exercui, si non ut debui, tamen ut potui. Sapientibus amorem pacis infudi, docilibus legi, nescientibus inculcavi, ingessi nolentibus; secundum Apostolum, "instans opportune, importune;" atque in eorum animas doctrina et palpatione perveni. Ubi me tamen locus et fragilitas humana tentavit, vestri spiritus præsidium flagitavi. Feci quod in maxima vi tempestatis faciunt illi qui navigant: non gubernatoris peritiam, sed misericordiam supernæ Majestatis implorant. Fluctus enim consternere, et ventis modum adhibere, Jesus Qui in vobis est valet; ars terrena non novit.
Possibly a mission to quell Arianism, as that of Germanus to quell Pelagianism.
P. 39. Add to "2. SEPULCHRAL MONUMENTS," as follows:
v. In A.D. 1869 a sarcophagus was found in excavating the Green on the north side of Westminster Abbey, with a cross cut upon the entire length of its upper lid, and on the side, in letters of the 3rd or beginning of 4th century,
MEMORIAE VALER · AMAN
DINI VALERI SVPERVEN
TOR ET MARCELLVS PATRI FECER.
But the nature of the skeleton found within, and the form of the cross, &c., make it most probable, that about the 11th or 12th century the old Roman sarcophagus had been made use of for the burial of some one else, and that the cross belongs to this later date. See Arch. Journ., June 1870, pp. 103-128; and later numbers.
P. 44. Add,
A.D. 453. ANN. CAMB.-IX. Annus. Pasca commutatur super diem Dominicum cum Papa Leone Episcopo Romæ. [M. H. B. 830.]
P. 44, line 1.
For "A.D. 450-547," read "A.D. 453-547."
pp. 127 sq. These Canones Wallici are also in (the burned and restored MS.) Otho E. XIII. fol. 156a-157 b, in part, and in a different order, and with a text agreeing (so far as it goes) with that of MS. Bigot., but mixed up with canons from other sources, as e. g. Adamnan, and entitled (if the title belongs to the whole series) SINODUS ROMANA, INCIPIunt Pauca COLUMELLI: which seems to connect them with Ireland. But the MS. is not only injured by burning to a very great extent, but has been completely misarranged in the process of restoration. The bulk of it consists of the Cod. Can. Hib. so often referred to, but put together in utter disorder, and with Adamnan's canons and others (besides a tract of a totally different kind) mixed up haphazard with it.
P. 153. 2. BAPTISM. Dr. Rock (Arch. Journ. for 1869) argues from the Stowe Missal, that the real difference between the Roman and the British Baptismal rites was, that the latter added at the end of the Baptism a washing of the feet of the newly baptized; and perhaps also, that they administered the Unction in a slightly different way.
p. 161, note a, § 4. S. Indracht is probably intended for Indrecht Abbot of Hy, murdered on his way to Rome by Saxons: see vol. II. pp. 142, 143, A.D. 854.
p. 167. Add at end of page,-" For the Turpilian stone near Crickhowel, and its Oghams, see Arch. Camb., 4th Ser., April 1871, pp. 158 sq.: where they are deciphered into NOCAT IMAQ__ IMAQ__ IRET (son of Nocat, son of Iret), and TVRPILI.”
p. 169. Add after no. 4,—
5. Near Llanboidy in Caermarthenshire, on a pillar, but without any cross
Arch. Camb., 4th Ser., April 1871, pp. 140 sq.
p. 204, note. Add,-Possibly Bishop "Ethelwin," at Winchenhale A.D. 787 to meet the Roman Legates, was Elbod of Gwynedd. Those Legates went north to Mercia and "Britannia." See vol. III. pp. 461, 462.
p. 286. Add, from Gwentian BRUT Y TYWYSOG. A.D. 961 (Arch. Camb. 3rd Ser., X. p. 28).— Monastery of the Fords (y Rhydan) founded in this year.
a The date should be A.D. 455. See on p. 152, note †.
P. 364. Add, A.D.1165. DECRET. GREG., lib. i. tit. xi. c. 2, Rescript of Pope Alexander III. to the Bishop of Hereford.-Non valet consuetudo quod extra statuta tempora sacri ordines conferantur. -Condemns the custom prevalent in certain Scottish and Welsh dioceses, of ordaining clerks on the occasion of consecrating churches or altars, at other times than in the Ember weeks.
p. 384, notea. Kerry, but not the remainder of the deanery of Elvael, was made over to S. Asaph in A.D. 1861.
p. 388. Add,
A.D. 1188. Celedei (Culdees) in Wales".
GIR. CAMB., Itin. Camb., II. 6.—Jacet autem extra Lhyn insula modica [Bardsey], quam monachi habitant religiosissimi, quos Coelibes vel Colideos vocant. Hæc autem insula ab aeris salubritate, quam ex Hiberniæ confinio sortitur, vel potius aliquo ex miraculo ex sanctorum meritis, hoc mirandum habet, quod in tà seniores præmoriuntur; quia morbi in ea rarissimi, et raro vel nunquam hic nusquam moritur, nisi longa senectute confectus. [685 Camden.]
p. 481. A.D. 1254. Letters Patent of May 17: see Theiner, p. 57.
p. 484. Archbishop Boniface was exempted by the Pope from the duty of visiting the four Welsh dioceses, "propter guerrarum discrimina [et] penuriam victualium." (Vatican MSS., vol. viii. Brit. Mus. Addit., no. 15,358.)
P. 494. A.D. 1266. Tenths, &c.: see Theiner, pp. 98, 99.
P. 496. A.D. 1267.
P. 498. A.D. 1274. werk."
Richard, etc., line 3, insert "pedum” after “devota."
After Welsh Cistercian Abbats," add, "except the Abbat of Basing
p. 505, note. Add, "near Bodedern in Anglesey."
p. 508, line 30.
Talybont. Now a farm-house used as the manor-house of the manor of
P. 529, line 7. Read "refectus firmissima."
P. 550. A.D. 1233.
Nov. 5. Bere, note a. For "Castell Dolbadarn near Llanberis," read, "near Peniarth; ruins still existing."
P. 551, line 1. The district intended is Gorddwr: the parishes of Buttington and Alberbury (Llanfihangel yng Ghenlyn) were finally assigned to Hereford Nov. 25, A.D. 1288. Bishop Swinfield's Household Roll, pp. 76-79.
p. 556, line 35. Baladeuclyn-at the outlet of the two Nantlle lakes near Caernarvon.
p. 616. A.D. 1295. May 27, &c. For "Oxford." read "Otford."
p. 632. At the end of "1. On Caldy Island," add, "See also Arch. Camb., 4th Ser., April 1870, pp. 138 sq.
p. 4, note, lines 2, 3. Dele the words "Galloway is of the Britons ... (Ann. Ulton.)." "Gallinne na mBretann," in the Ulster Annals, A.D. 822, does not refer to Galloway, as
This is the sole mention of Culdees in connection with Wales. It seems doubtful whether there were any in Bardsey A.D. 1120 (vol. I. p. 315). And in A.D. 1252, possibly in A.D. 1202, Bardsey was Benedictine (vol. I. pp. 419, 480).