Wherefore we will and strictly command for Us and our heirs that neither the aforesaid Burgesses nor their heirs or successors at any time shall be convicted by any lawsuits under any appeals of rights injuries transgressions crimes or calumnies or demands whatsoever imposed on them or to be imposed on them within the aforesaid counties but by the Burgesses of the aforesaid Burgh or by English Burgesses of the same counties and that the same Burgesses and their heirs and successors have our protection and that of our heirs in all things touching the Burgesses of the same town for the time being and those who live within the verge of that town so that no Deputy Bailiff or other Minister of Us or our heirs shall enter that town to execute any of their power there to be done except for the defense of the Bailiffs of the same town and that the same Burgesses and their heirs and successors shall have without obstruction common of pasture for their animals and right of estovers of housebote and hay- bote with of the country about the aforesaid town in the same of pastures and feedings as the same Burgesses and their predecessors common and estovers aforesaid in pastures and feedings ought to have from the time of the conquest of Wales made by our great great grandfather and the same estovers as they have been accustomed to have as is aforesaid to which are witnesses these venerable fathers T. Archbishop of Canter- bury primate of all England our Chancellor Thomas Bishop of Exeter our Treasurer John King of Castille and Lyons Duke of Lancaster Edmund Earl of Cambridge Thomas of Wodestock Earl of Buckingham our most beloved uncle Richard Arundell Thomas de Beauchamp Earl of Warwick William de Beauchamp our Chamberlaine Hugh de Segrave Seneschall of our Hospital John de Fordham Keeper of our Privy Seal and others Given under our hand at Westminster on the 12th day of June in the 3rd year of our reign. We also the concessions and confirmations aforesaid and all and singular ratifications possessions and grants contained in the aforesaid Charter for us and our heirs as far as in us lieth accept approve and now to the Burgesses of the aforesaid Burgh and their heirs and successors according to the tenor of these presents to concede and confirm as the aforesaid charter strictly testifies and as the same Burgesses the liberties and freedoms contained in the aforesaid charter ought to use and enjoy both they themselves and their ancestors and predecessors Burgesses of the aforesaid Burgh their liberties and freedoms from the time of the grant and confirmation aforesaid have been accustomed strictly to use and enjoy in testimony of which thing we have caused these our letters patent to be made Witness at Westminster on the 12th day of May in the 3rd year of our reign. We also the said letters patent of con- cessions and confirmations of these Kind of liberties and freedoms not in the smallest degree revoked by the advice and assent of the Lords spiritual and temporal in our Parliament at Westminster held in the 1st year of our reign now sitting approve ratify and confirm as the aforesaid letters strictly testify and as the same Burgesses the aforesaid liberties and freedoms