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- v. Present participle of enseal.
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This wholesale embargo upon the shipping and seamen of the nation, imposed as it was immediately after the ensealing of Magna Charta, raises a question of great constitutional interest.
Also the same year, he e was one of the Lords of the privy-council that for some time had the custody of the great seal, and the authority of ensealing all writings; the administra - tion of justice being delegated to two justices of the King's Bench, and two of the Common Pleas.
Seventy pounds Currant money of New England to him in hand payd before y "ensealing & deliiiy of these p'sents by John Richards of Boston aforesaid mercliant, the receipte whereof y° Said Thomas Hawkins doth hereby acknowledge,
That not only the afore liargained p''inisses l) efore the ensealing & deliuery hereof are free & cleere, & freely & cleerly acquitted,