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The Statutes at Large, from the Fifteenth Year of King Edward III to the Thirteenth Year of King Hen. IV, Cap. XII—Certain Restraints Laid on Wholly Born Welshmen 413-14 (1400).

"...Welshmen will dwell therein, so that none of them from henceforth be received nor accepted to no office of mayor, bailiff, chamberlain, constable, or warden of the ports of the gaol, nor to the common council of such cities, boroughs or towns, nor that he be in no wise made other occupier or officer in the fame, nor that none of the said Welshmen from henceforth bear any manner of armour within such city, borough, or merchant town, upon pain of forfeiture of the fame armour, and imprisonment till they have made fine in his behalf."

Full Text: 1400, England, The Statutes at Large, Cap. XII—Certain Restraints Laid on Wholly Born Welshmen


Danby Pickering, ed., The Statutes at Large, from the Fifteenth Year of King Edward III to the Thirteenth Year of King Hen. IV, inclusive, vol. 2 (Cambridge, UK: Joseph Bentham, 1762), 414-15. Cap. XII—Certain Restraints Laid on Wholly Born Welshmen. Passed 1400 (anno secundo Henrici IV).