Definition of La royne le veult
What does the word La royne le veult mean?
part of speech: noun
The old Norm. Fr. used by the Clerk of the Parliaments in giving, on behalf of the Queen, her royal assent to Acts is: to Acts granting public money, commonly called Money Bills, "La royne remercie ses bons sujets, accepte leur benevolence, et ainsi le veult," The Queen thanks her good subjects, accepts their aid, and assents; to all other public Acts, and to such private A. as Railway Company A., Acts for towns and gas, water, etc., simply "La royne le veult," The Queen assents; to A. affecting private individuals, their rights, estates, naturalization, etc., "Soit fait comme il est desire" Be it done as desired; upon a petition demanding a right, whether public or private, "Soit droit (the right) fait comme il est desire."