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What is DE LICENTIA TRANSFRETANDI

Writ of permission to cross the sea. An old writ directed to the wardens of the port of
Dover, or other seaport in England, commanding them to permit the persons named in
the writ to cross the sea from such port, on certain conditions. Reg. Orig. 1936.

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