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CLAUDE DELAVAL COBHAM
Exerpta Cypria
page 484

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XLIII. No administrative or other officer shall prevent the said Archbishop from carrying in bis hand his staff: and likewise as to the horse or mule which he rides no annoyance shall be offered him. XLIV. Against the will of the said Archbishop persons shall not be permitted to molest him, under the pretext that WE insist on their employment as his servants. XLV. In the conduct of affairs touching their religion, and in the direct possession and administration of their property, no one shall in any way whatsoever hinder them, or interfere in such matters. He shall abide unhindered and unbiassed. So let them know. Let them respect our holy sign. Written at the beginning of the month Shawwal, in the year 1282. 474 EXCERPTA CYPRIA.

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