42. In future anyone may leave the kingdom and return at will, unless in time of war, when he may be restrained ' ' for some short space for the common good of the kingdom." Prisoners, outlaws, and alien enemies are excepted, and foreign merchants shall... A sketch of English legal history - Page 205by Frederic William Maitland, Francis Charles Montague - 1915 - 229 pagesFull view
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Thomas Pitt Taswell-Langmead - Constitutional history - 1886 - 826 pages
...of prosecution, make their appearance. (See Reeves' Hist, of the Common Law, ed. Finlason, i. 283.) 42. In future anyone may leave the kingdom and return...foreign merchants shall be dealt with as provided in the 4 ist clause (infra, p. 135). This clause has some ecclesiastical interest, as it removed a practical...