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The Eulogium dates the Council to 1374, but Catto persuasively argues that it must have occurred in 1373; Workman’s treatment of the incident is thus out of context. 55 Wyclif, Determinacio Johannis Wyclif ad argumenta magistri Outredi de Omesima monachi, in Opera Minora, ed. Johann Loserth, (London, 1913), pp. 405–30. 56 Wyclif, Determinacio, in Opera Minora, p. 417, 425. john wyclif, c. 1331‒1384 17 cannot know for certain that he was there, he refers to himself in the Determinatio as a “pecularis regis clericus,” which seems to indicate special service to the Crown.
An initial delegation from Edward III to Pope Gregory XI at Avignon demanded that the pope should cancel all currently unfulﬁlled reservations and should give up the practice of reservations and provisions. This commission, which included Bishop Gilbert of Bangor, Sir William Burton, Uthred of Boldon, and John Sheppey, a doctor of civil law, failed to resolve the matter. 57 In July, Edward sent the second delegation to Bruges to meet with papal delegates. 58 The other members were Juan Guttierez, an agent of John of Gaunt, Simon de Multon, doctor of canon law, Robert Bealknap, a justice of the assizes, and John Henington, who is otherwise unknown.
Dohar, The Black Death and Pastoral Leadership: The Diocese of Hereford in the Fourteenth Century (Philadelphia, 1995), p. 70. 36 Workman, 1:37–42. 34 12 andrew e. 39 As already noted, John Wyclif enrolled as an arts student in Oxford around 1350, and became a bachelor of arts by 1356 and a probationary fellow at Merton College, although for unknown reasons he apparently did not complete his probationary year. 40 The reasons for his move from Merton to Balliol are unknown, but probably have to do with the 37 It is possible, though, that the John son of William who was ordained in 1351 might have been the famous John’s nephew, but in that case he must have predeceased his father, since the manor of Wyclif passed to William’s younger brother John and not to his son.