Monday, January 6, 2014

The King's Subjects (22)

The Act of Union 1536 continues from post (21)...

"...and all and every the king's subjects and inhabitants within the said county of Monmouth shall be for ever, from and after the said Feast of All-Saints, obliged and bounden to be obedient and attendant to the Lord Chancellor of England, the King's Justices, and other of the King's most honourable Council, and unto all laws customs ordinances and statutes of this realm of England, in like manner form and wise as all other the King's subjects, within every shire of this realm of England be obliged and bounden; any act statue usage custom liberty privilege or any other thing to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding;..."

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