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In May, 1419, the sword was surrendered, and the security changed to one on wool, woolfells, &c. — _Id. _, fo.
The whole parliament also granted a duty of forty shillings on each sack of wool exported, on each three hundred woolfells, and on each last of leather for the same term of years, but dreading the arbitrary spirit of the crown, they expressly declared, that this grant was to continue no longer, and was not to be drawn into precedent.
Vid. the Cufom of Grangers mentioned in 27 Ev 3.cap. i.fcil. of every fack of wool JOS. of every 300 woolfells los. of every laft of leather 20s.