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What was the name of the English law court, subsequently abolished in 1641, that had a mandate from Henry VII...........

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What was the name of the English law court, subsequently abolished in 1641, that had a mandate from Henry VII to deal with nobles who were too powerful to be punished by ordinary courts?

posted Apr 7 by Ujjwal Mehra
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Star Chamber

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