Reported to: Bibliothèque Nationale pre-1600 manuscript census.
Receipts issued by the bishops of Lincoln and London for £365. 15s. 3d. received from the Dean and Chapter of Hereford, being their contribution for the second year of the papal taxation for the needs of the Holy Land.
Tithes, ostensibly for papal purposes but often augmenting the royal revenue, were imposed on the clergy at various times. Clement V specifically defined the tax (imposed 1305) as being for a crusade. The official collectors were John Dalderby (bishop of Lincoln, 1300-1320) and Ralph Baldock (bishop of London, 1304-1313).