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second payment of the proctorship of the diocese of Winchester, leased as above to William Clerk, to be paid at the start of the term before he collects  £13 10s. And for the first payment of the proctorship of the diocese and province of York and the Isle of Man, leased to John Egylsfeld and others, etc.  £44 And for the first payment of

in Catholic England

goods in the same way as the earl of Arundel had done. Then the king ordered him to be taken to the Tower of London, and from there to the Isle of Man, where he was to be imprisoned for life in the castle, in the custody of Lord William le Scrope, who was keeper of the island. He was given one month by the king to get himself to the castle. The king also gave him and his wife an

in Chronicles of the Revolution, 1397–1400
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. At the so-called ‘Revenge’ Parliament in September, Arundel was executed for treason, Warwick exiled for life to the Isle of Man, and an announcement made that Gloucester had ‘died’ in captivity at Calais. But if Richard thought that by such actions he could quiet the realm and bend it to his will, he was soon proved wrong. During the winter of 1397-98, the misgivings that his coup had bred among the

in Chronicles of the Revolution, 1397–1400

been got ready, they rode rapidly on to Chester that same day, and on the next day to Leicester, 14 the next day to Nantwich, and the next day to Newcastle-under-Lyme, where they were met by a cheerful Thomas earl of Warwick, who, as noted above, had earlier been exiled to the Isle of Man, but who had now been recalled by the duke of Lancaster. On the following day they rode on

in Chronicles of the Revolution, 1397–1400