XIV. Also, it is ordained and established that no religious house which is situate
p.51amongst the English be it exempt or not,, shall henceforth receive any Irishmen to their profession, but may receive Englishmen without taking into consideration
p.53whether they be born in England or in Ireland; and that any that shall act otherwise, and thereof shall be attainted, their temporalties shall be seized
p.55into the hands of our lord the king, so to remain at his pleasure; and that no prelates of holy Church shall receive any . . . to any orders without the assent and testimony of his lord, given to him under his seal.