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4 A.D. 1684.--Nº 232.  

Wyndus' Improved Glasses and Lamps for Ships, Mines, Lighthouses, &c.

the Lords and others of our or their Privy Councill, or any six or more of them, vnder their hands, these our Letters Patents shall forthwith cease, determine, and be vtterly void to all intents and purposes, anything before herein conteined to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding: Provided alsoe, that these our Letters Patents or any thing herein conteined shall not extend or be construed to extend to give privilege vnto the said Edward Wyndus, his executors, administrators, or assignes, or any of them, to vse or imitate any Invenc̃on or worke whatsoever which hath beene. heretofore found out or invented by any other of our subjects whatsoever, and publickly vsed or exercised within our said realme and dominions or any of them, vnto whom wee have already granted our like Letter Patents of privilege for the sole vse, exercise, and benefit thereof, it being our will and pleasure that the said Edward Wyndus, his executors, administrators, or assignes, and all and singular other person or persons to whom wee have already granted our like Letters Patents or privileges as aforesaid, shall distinctly vse and practise their severall Invenc̃ons by them invented and found out, according to the true intent & meaning of the same respective Letters Patents, and of these Presents. And lastly, wee doe by these Presents, for vs, our heirs and successors, grant unto the said Edward Wyndus, his executors, administrators, or assignes, that these Presents, or the inrollment thereof, shalbe in and by all things good, fire, valid, sufficient, and effectual in the law, according to the true intent and meaneing thereof, and shalbe taken, construed, and adiudged in the most favourable and beneficiall sense for the best advantage of the said Edward Wyndus, his executors, administrators, or assignes, as well in all our Courts of Record as elsewhere, and by all and singular the officers and ministers whatsoever, of vs, our heirs and successors, in all and singular our realmes and dominions whatsoever, and amongst all and every the subjects of vs, our heirs and successors, whatsoever and wheresoever, notwithstanding the not full and certeine describeing the nature or quality of the said Invenc̃on, or of the materialls thereto conduceing and belonging, or any other defects or incerteintys in these Presents conteined, or any act, statute, ordinance, provision, proclamac̃on, or restric̃on, or other matter, cause or thing to the contrary in anywise notwithstanding.
    In witnesse, &c. Witnesse our selfe at Westm̃, the Seaven-and-twentieth day of February.
By Writt of Privy Seale.

LONDON:
Printed by GEORGE EDWARD EYRE and WILLIAM SPOTTISWOODE,
Printers to the Queen's most Excellent Majesty. 1857.