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H. Galbraith, (Manchester, 1927), pp. 103–4; see also Workman, 1:284–88; Dahmus, pp. 28–29. Finally, there is a confused account by Walsingham, which conﬂates the St Paul’s trial and the Lambeth trial, contained in the Short Chronicle version of his Chronica Majora, in St Albans, p. 985, 105 Dahmus, pp. 35–6; Henry Ansgar Kelly, “Trial Procedures against Wyclif and john wyclif, c. 1331‒1384 29 Walsingham reports that Archbishop Sudbury had to be pushed into the aﬀair by the other bishops, and the archbishop’s reluctance perhaps accounts for his virtual invisibility in the records of the trial.
200, n. 83, rejects the notion that Wyclif was present at the Parliament of 1371, but Workman, 1:210, Gwynn, Austin Friars, p. 213, and Holmes, Good Parliament, p. 168, all feel that he was present. If he was not present on Edward’s business, we are left with the small question of why the Crown granted him the tithes of Ludgershall just a few months later. 16 andrew e. larsen Wyclif ’s presence at this Parliament is most easily explained by the idea that he was serving the Crown or perhaps Lord Scrope in some capacity at the meeting, although his presence at this Parliament is not provable.
94 Dahmus, p. 18. 95 Lahey, Philosophy and Politics, passim. 96 Hudson and Kenny, “John Wyclif,” pp. 622–23. john wyclif, c. 97 The fuller version of that work and its companion piece, De civili dominio, were certainly taking shape by 1376, and at least part of the latter work is likely to have emerged from a series of lectures in 1375 and 1376. De mandatis divinis and De statu innocencie also date to 1376. 100 From all of this, it is clear that by 1377, Wyclif was a well-known ﬁgure, at least among intellectuals, political ﬁgures, and the London crowd and the suggestion that he was an obscure academic prior to 1377 is hard to support.