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H1316 A: Richard Lovel v. Walter, bishop of Exeter together with Master John Wele, Master Robert Bythewalle, Master Walter de St Leonard, and Master Thomas Snou. The king had taken Lovel into his protection. They took his goods worth 100s. Moreover, the bishop excommunicated Lovel's bailiffs for the fair of Bradninch (Master Roger de Blokesworth, William Loggebaz, William le Despenser, and William Norman) who had attached Hugh parson of Taleton and Hugh de Taleton cleric at the suit of Robert Maisent after hue raised; the bishop maintained that this violated ecclesiastical liberties. The bailiffs were imprisoned at Exeter until they made fine with the bishop. [1]