struction of the ſaid liege People and Subjects in the ſaid County Palatine."A Repeal of the aforesaid Statute(2) Wherefore the forefaid Lord the King conſidering the Premiſſes, by the Advice, Aſſent, and Authority aſorefaid, hath willed, granted, and eſtabliſhed. That the Act before rehearſed and made at the ſaid laſt Parliament holden at Reading, ſhall be adnulled, void, and ſtand in no Force. (3) And further, for the Conſervation, Tranquillity, Quietneſs, and Peace of all his liege People, as well within the ſaid County Palatine, as of other his liege People out of the ſaid County within the Realm of England, the ſame Lord the King, by Authority aforeſaid, hath granted, ordained, and eſtabliſhed. That every Indictment hereafter to be taken before any of the King's Juſtices in the ſaid County Palatine of Lancaſter, or before any Sheriff in his Tourn in the ſaid County, whereby any Perſon or Perſons be ſuppoſed by the ſame Indictment to he or to have been inhabiting or converſant out of the ſaid County od Lancaſter, and within any other County within the Realm of England, ſhall be taken and had by the Verdict of Twelve Men, whereof every of them, or ſome other Perſon or Perſons to their Uſe, within the ſame County of Lancaſter, ſhall have to the yearly Value of an Hundred Shillings. Of what Eſtate thoſe Jurors who shall indict in the County of Lancaster a Foreigner dwelling in another County.(4) And no Proceſs (hall be made out of any ſuch Indictment, before it be duly inquired and examined before the King's Juſtices within the ſaid County of Lancaſter for the time being, whether the ſaid Indictors, and every of them, at the Time of ſuch Indictment ſo taken, had Lands and Tenements within the ſaid County od Lancaſter to the yearly Value of an Hundred Shillings above all Charges. (5) And if it be found by Examination of the ſaid Juſtices for the time being within the ſaid County, that the ſaid Indictors, and every of them, at the Time of ſuch Indictment ſo taken, had not Lands and Tenements to the yearly Value aforeſaid, that then the ſame Indictments, as to ſuch Perſons ſo indicted ſuppoſed by the ſaid Indictments to be inhabiting and converſant out of the ſaid County of Lancaster, ſhall be void and of no Effect. Of What Estate thoſe Jurors muſt be. who ſhall indict in another County any Person dwelling in the County of Lancaster (6) And alſo the ſame Lord the King, of the Advice and Authority aforeſaid, hath granted, ordained, and eſtabliſhed, that every Indictment from henceforth to be taken within any County of the ſaid Realm, and out of the ſaid County of Lancaſter, before any Juſtice, or the Sheriff in his Town, whereby any Perſon or Perſons ſuppoſed by the ſame Indictment to be or to have been converſant or inhabiting within the ſaid County of Lancaſter, and without ſuch County where ſuch Indictments ſhall happen to be taken, ſhall betaken by Verdict of Twelve Men, whereof every of them, or ſome other Perſon or Perſons to their Uſe, ſhall have Lands and Tenements within the ſame County where the And Indictments ſhall be taken, to the yearly Value of an Hundred Shillings. (7) And that no Proceſs be made out of any ſuch Indictments before it be duly examined and inquired before the King's Juſtices, having Power to award any Proceſs upon ſuch Indiclments, whether the ſaid /div>
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Anno trixcesimo tertio Herici VI