Inspeximus


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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.

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Both are copies of the 1297 Inspeximus version, re-issued by Edward I's council in his name while he was campaigning in Flanders.