Charles the Third by the Grace of God of the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland, and of Our other Realms and Territories, King, Head of the Commonwealth, defender of the Faith
To all whom these Presents shall come, Greeting. Whereas by Letters made Patent on the thirteenth day of March in the year of Our Lord one thousand eight hundred and eighty-fife in the forty-eighth year of the Reign of Our Royal Predecessor Queen Victoria, the office of Constable of Our Castle and Town of Conway, in our Principality of Wales, was given and granted to the Mayor, for the time being, of the town of Conway, Know Ye that we do these Presents revoke the said Letters Patent, And Further Know Ye, that We of Our especial grace, certain knowledge, and mere motion, Do by these Presents give, and grant unto our trusty and well beloved, the Town Mayor, for the time being, of the Town of Conwy, in Our Principality of Wales, the Office of CONSTABLE OF OUR CASTLE AND TOWN OF CONWY, in our County of Conwy, in our Principality of Wales aforesaid, And him We do make, ordain, create, and constitute, by these Presents, to hold the same during Our pleasure, without salary or other emoluments, from Our Land or other Revenue, but otherwise with all liberties, privileges and advantages, to the said office belonging or appertaining, In witness whereof We have caused these our Letters to be made Patent. Witness Ourself at Westminster the sixth day of November in the twenty-fourth year of Our Reign.
By Warrant under The King’s Sign Manual