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Let it be granted then that the theological differences in this area between Protestants and Roman Catholics appear to be irreconcilable.
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Let all of you know that we have granted to our beloved and faithful burgesses of Thalacharn, for us and for our heirs and for our successors, whoever they may be, all the good laws and customs that the burgesses of Carmarthen have up to now used and enjoyed in the time of King John, the grandfather of the Lord Edward I, the son of Henry III, and their predeccessors, Kings of England ; preserving the weights and measures that were in the time of Gwydo de Brione, the elder.
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