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INSPEXIMUS. We have seen. A word sometimes used in letters-patent, reciting a grant, inspeximus such former grant, and so reciting it verbatim; it then grants such further privileges as are thought convenient. 5 Co. 54.

A Law Dictionary, Adapted to the Constitution and Laws of the United States. By John Bouvier. Published 1856.
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Summarizing his treatment of the six days in chapter 34, Augustine begins, "We have seen into (inspeximus) these things according to the mystical purpose (figurationem) with which you willed (voluisti) them to come into being in such an order, or to be written in such an order" (13.34.49, my translation).
Both are copies of the 1297 Inspeximus version, re-issued by Edward I's council in his name while he was campaigning in Flanders.