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An Award of King Charles I Under His Broad-Seal

An Award of King Charles I Under His Broad-Seal

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Excerpt from An Award of King Charles I Under His Broad-Seal: Settling Two Shillings of the Pound Out of the Rents of the Houses in Norwich, for the Maintenance of the Parochial Clergy of That City, in Lieu of Personal Tithes, With a Treatise Vindicating the Legality and Justice of That Award

And afterward sitting in council, April 1, 1638, we received two writings, or acts of free and voluntary submission unto our royal judgment and determination; the one of which writings was as followeth:

To our most gracious Sovereign Lord Charles, by the Grace of God, of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the faith, &c. We your Majesty's most humble and devoted subjects, the Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens, and Commonality of the city of Norwich, do most humbly certify, that at a common council holden in the chamber of the Guildhall of the city of Norwich, the sixteenth day of March, in the thirteenth year of your Majesty's most happy reign, ht(oxt Robert Sumpter, Mayor of the said city, Tho. Cory, Alexander Auguisp, Christopher Barrett, John Toly, Richard Harman, Henry Lane, William Gostlyn, John Loveland, Thomas Carver, Richard Ward, Thomas Barber, and John Thacker, Aldermen, and John Lombe and Matthias Sotherton, Sheriffs of the said city of Norwich, and the greater number of the commoners of the Common Council of the said city assembled then and there, among other things it is enacted, viz. The said court of Common Council in all humbleness have submitted themselves to your Majesty's most gracious judgment and award, touching the difference depending before your Majesty, between the Parsons and Vicars of Norwich and the parishioners of the several parishies of the fame concerning tithes. In witness whereof. We, the said Mayor, Sheriffs, Citizens, and Commonality of the said city of Norwich, have caused the common seal of the said city to be hereunto put.

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