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" All the cloth-workers of strange lands, of whatsoever country they be, which will come into England, Ireland, Wales and Scotland within the king's power, shall come safely and surely, and shall be in the king's protection and safe-conduct, to dwell in... "
A History of the Weald of Kent: With an Outline of the Early History of the ... - Page 325
1874
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Statutes at Large ...: (43 v.) ... From Magna charta to 1800

Great Britain - 1762
...les oevrours des JL all the Cloth-workers of draps deftraunges terres de ftrange Lands, of whatfoever Country they be, which will come into England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, within the King's Power, ihall come fafely and furely, and (hall be in the King's Protection and fafe Conduct, to dwell in the...
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Proceedings

Yorkshire philosophical society - 1849
...strange lands, of whatsoever country they be, which will come to England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, shall come safely and surely, and shall be in the King's protection and safe conduct, and have franchises and privileges granted to them." The public records of his reign contain much further...
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The History of the Life and Times of Edward the Third, Volume 1

William Longman - Great Britain - 1869 - 763 pages
...wear no fur in his clothes : and lastly it is accorded, that all the clothworkers of strange lands, of whatsoever country they be, which will come into England,...surely, and shall be in the King's protection and safe-conduct, to dwell in the same lands, choosing where they will ; and to the intent, the said clothworkers...
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Archaeologia Cantiana, Volume 9

Excavations (Archaeology) - 1874
...the King's dominions. In another chapter it is accorded "that all cloth-workers of strange lands, of whatsoever country they be, which will come into England, Ireland, Wales, and Scotland, shall have the King's protection and safe conduct to dwell in the same lands, choosing where they will....
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The History and Principles of Weaving by Hand and by Power

Alfred Barlow - Lace and lace making - 1878 - 443 pages
...queen and other privileged persons. He therefore proclaimed " that all clothworkers of strange lands of whatsoever country they be, which will come into England,...and surely, and shall be in the king's protection to dwell in the same lands, dwelling where they will, and exercise their trades and have sundry privileges;...
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The Royal Charters and Letters Patent Granted to the Burgesses of Stafford ...

Stafford (England) - 1897 - 224 pages
...the year of the Patent to Stafford — it was accorded " that all cloth workers of strange lands, of whatsoever country they be, which will come into England,...Scotland within the King's power, shall come safely and securely, and shall be in the King's protection and safe conduct, to dwell in the same lands in places...
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Fibre & Fabric: A Record of American Textile Industries in the ..., Volume 7

Textile fabrics - 1888
...and other privileged persons. He therefore proclaimed "that all cloth-workers of strange lands, of whatsoever country they be, which will come into England,...and surely, and shall be in the king's protection to dwell in the same lands, dwelling where they will, and exercise their trades and privileges ; by...
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