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(1641) 53709 (continued).

John de Helyon prior of Ewenny (co. Glamorgan) received from dns. John de Gamages abbot of St. Peter's Gloucester, the custody of his manor of Teygof and Penhun and the churches of Lancarvan and de novo burgo [Newport co. Monmouth] appertaining to the abbey of St. Peter's in the diocese of Llandaff, upon the following condition viz., that the said prior pay to the said abbot £44 towards the construction of the abbey dormitory, the said prior also covenanting to pay all the usual ecclesiastical dues. In presence of the said abbot, dom. W. prior, and brothers Roger de Temedebury, John de la ffelde, John Toky, Nicholas de Hardepir; one copy being given to the said prior [of Ewenny), and another remaining in the custody of William Brok then prior and John Thoky subprior [of St. Peter's). Endorsed: Ffirma de Novo burgo, Lancarvan, Theygof.

To be continued.

The last number at the date of going to with this catalogue is 54006.



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No. 4.

A Catalogue of the

Manuscripts Relating to Wales

in the British Museum.

Part IV.




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