What is WINCHESTER, STATUTE OF?

A statute passed in the thirteenth year of the reign ofEdward I., by which the old Saxon law of police was enforced, with many additionalprovisions. 2 Iteeve, Eng. Law, 163; Crabb, Hist. Eng. Law, 189.

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