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A Statute for those who are born in Parts beyond Sea (1350)

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A Statute for those who are born in Parts beyond Sea (1350)

1350 CHAPTER 0 25 Edw 3

X1X2A STATUTE for those who are born in Parts beyond Sea. Of the Twenty-fifth Year of K. EDWARD, The Third.

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X1The original text of this Act was not modern English. The traditional translation appears first and the original text second.

X2This has been given as Statute the Second of this Year in all former Printed Copies. On the Parliament Roll of 25 Ed. III. p. 1. nu. 41. is an Entry of this Statute, as part of a Statute entitled in the Margin “Lestatut des enfantz nez pdela, des marchandises vendre, &c.”

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The King’s Children declared inheritable in England, wheresoever born.E+W

. . . F1 the Law of the Crown of England is, and always hath been such, that the Children of the Kings of England, in whatsoever Parts they be born, in England or elsewhere, be able and ought to bear the Inheritance after the death of their Ancestors; which Law our . . . F1 Lord the King, the . . . F1 Prelates Earls, Barons, and other great Men, and all the Commons assembled in this Parliament, do approve and affirm for ever . . . F2

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