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Ecclesiastical Licences Act 1533

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V Clerks shall be appointed to register Licences and Confirmations thereof. E+W

And the seid Archebishope and hys successours shall have power and auctoritie to ordeyne make and constitute a Clerke, which shall [X1wrytte] and regestre every suche licence dispensacion facultie wrytyng or other instrument to be graunted by the seid Archebishope and shall fynde parchement wexe and sylken laces convenyent for the same, and shall take for hys paynes suche somes of monay as shalbe herafter in this present acte to hym lymytted in that behalf for the same; and that lykewyse your Grace your heires and successours shall by your letters patentes under your greate seale ordeyne depute and constitute one sufficient clerke being lerned in the Course of the Chauncerie whiche always shalbe attendant uppon the Lorde Chaunceler or the Lorde Keper of the greate seale for the tyme being, and shall make wryte and enroll the confirmacions of all suche licences dispensacions instrumentes and other wrytynges as shalbe thether brought under the Archebishopes seale there to be confirmed and enrolled: And shall also intitle in hys bokes and enroll of recorde suche other wrytynges as thether shalbe brought under the Archbishopes seale not to be confirmed, takyng for his paynes suche resonable sommes of Money as hereafter by this acte to hym shalbe lymytted for the same; And that aswell the seid Clerke appoynted by the seid Archebishope as the seid Clerke to be appoynted by your Highnes your heires or successours shall subscribe theire names to every suche licence dispensacion facultie or other wrytyng that shall comme to theire handes, to be wrytyn made graunted sealed confirmed regestred and enrolled by auctoritie of this acte in forme as is before rehersed.

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X1Variant readings of the text noted in The Statutes of the Realm as follows: wryte O.— wright nu. 28 [O. refers to a collection in the library of Trinity College, Cambridge and nu. 28 refers to the numbering of the membranes composing the Parliament Roll]

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