a.1.Liable to a tax.
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With this, Welsh shires were to be "guildable", or liable to any payment granted by parliament as a subsidy or otherwise.
The city, rather than continue to fight for a clearer definition of its rights in the borough--confined, for the most part, to the Guildable Manor, prior to 1550--sought to settle the matter decisively by purchasing outright the king's lands and liberties.
What the city purchased in 1550 was the lands and liberties of the king, and those did not extend westward of the Guildable Manor into the Clink or Paris Garden.