A declaration of His Maiesties royall pleasure: in what sort he thinketh fit to enlarge, or reserue himselfe in matter of bountie

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Page 31 - God, 1610, publish in print to the whole realm and to all posterity, That all grants of monopolies, and of the benefit of any penal laws, or of power to dispense with the law, or to compound for the forfeiture, are contrary to your Majesty's laws ; which your Majesty's declaration is truly consonant and agreeable to the ancient and fundamental laws of this your realm...
Page 31 - Majesty's declaration is truly consonant and agreeable to the ancient and fundamental laws of this realm. And whereas your Majesty was further graciously pleased expressly to command that no suitor should presume to move your Majesty for matters of that nature ; yet, nevertheless, upon mis-informations and untrue pretences of public good, many such grants have been unduly obtained and unlawfully put in execution, to the great grievance and inconvenience of your Majesty's subjects, contrary to the...
Page 31 - Majesty for matters of that nature ; yet nevertheless, upon misinformations and untrue pretences of public good, many such grants have been unduly obtained and unlawfully put in execution, to the great grievance and inconvenience of your Majesty's subjects, contrary to the laws of this your realm and contrary to your Majesty's royal and blessed intention so published as aforesaid...
Page 31 - King's most excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Lords Spiritual and Temporal, and Commons, in this present Parliament assembled, and by the authority of the same, that the said right claimed by the people of...
Page 31 - Royal judgment, and of your blessed dispo- ' haU t> e t '<"' / silion to the weal and quiet of your subjects, did, in the year of our Lord God One thousand six hundred and ten, publish in print to the whole realm, and to all posterity, that all grants of monopolies, and of the benefit of any penal laws, or of power to dispense with the law, or to compound for the forfeiture, are contrary to your Majesty's laws, which, your Majesty's declaration...
Page 32 - Pleasure, &c.," p. 13, has published, that monopolies are things against the laws of this realm, and therefore expressly commands that no suitor presume to move him to grant any of them, &c.
Page 32 - It is not a peisonal production of his own, but an official declaration issued in his name, like any other declaration or proclamation. Though it was printed in 1610 (ie, between March 25, 1610, and March 25, 1611), it was drawn up in the end of 1608, and was one of Salisbury's many attempts to check James's extravagance.
Page 17 - a memorial of those suits wherein we are contented to be moved by our servants and subjects; and to reward them according to the particular merit of the suitor...

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