LETTERS OF SAFE CONDUCT

LETTERS OF SAFE CONDUCT

letters of safe conduct. Hist. Formal written permission from the English sovereign to a citizen of a nation at war with England, permitting that person to travel and ship goods, to England or on the high seas, without risk of seizure. ? Passports or licenses from foreign ambassadors now may serve the same purpose. See SAFE CONDUCT.
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