People of Medieval Scotland
1093 - 1371

Document 2/143/138 (Glas. Reg., no. 196)

Pope Innocent IV writes to the bishop of St Andrews, noting that he has declared to the bishop and chapter of Glasgow that they may be held by no means to provide whatever provision of one or another in the church of Glasgow through apostolic letters, unless they make mention of this indulgence, declaring anything which goes against grants of this sort null and void. Thus, the bishop of Glasgow shall incur no prejudice in receiving and providing for Master Thedisio de Lauaina, papal scribe, in the same church, or [providing] a payment of an annual pension of 10 marks. He thus commands him not to permit the bishop and chapter to be troubled by anyone concerning this, compelling the molesters by ecclesiastical censure without appeal.
Firm date
26 January 1251
Dating Notes
7 kal. Feb., pontifical year 8
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Glasgow Registrum, i, no. 196
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Glas. Reg., no. 196
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Papal letter

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Date Short Summary Primary Witnesses
unavailable Concession concerning provisions no
26 Jan. 1251 Command not to permit trouble upon the bishop of Glasgow yes

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Date Short Summary Subject Object
26 Jan. 1251 Scribe of Innocent IV, pope (d.1254) (Employment relationship) Thedisio de Lauaina, master, papal scribe Innocent IV, pope (d.1254)