following statement and showing of greivance and transgression of articles:
Said Petitioner serves notice that his antecedent, retained right, by this petition, to redress according to the terms of Magna Carta is retained and construction which denies or disparages the antecedent, retained rights is prohibited by Article. XVI. of the Constitution of the United States for the United States of America ratified effective December 15, 1791.
Said Petitioner serves notice of his antecedent, retained right to the article of Magna Carta and principle of common law antecedent to any constitution that the use by anyone of any thing procured by sovereign power whereby the concessions or liberties confirmed by sovereign power might be revoked or diminished falsely asserts validity for what sovereign power has conceded is to be null and void.
Said Petitioner serves notice that falsely asserting validity for a thing which has it not is fraudulent according to the principles and usages of law of the British and American constitutions and is an offense therein, as well as in universal jurisprudence.
Therefore, the aforesaid servants have offended and have transgressed articles of the peace in Magna Carta and in the said Constitution as beforesaid and have transgressed the article and breached the peace by procuring a thing in office of sovereign power whereby the concessions, rights, or liberties confirmed by the sovereign might be revoked or diminished and by asserting validity for what the sovereign has conceded is to be null and void.
Petitioner hereby gives oral evidence of common law, to wit: If anyone has been disseised of or kept out of his lands, castles, franchises or his right by us without the legal judgment of his peers, we will immediately restore them to him:
Therefore, the sovereign has the common law duty under the terms of the peace to redress said Petitioner's grievances from breach of the peace and to correct said offence and transgressions by restoring said Petitioner completely and fully to his quiet enjoyment, tranquillity, and repose in his antecedent rights to his land and by restituting him pro clamore falso.
And the justicar has hereby been served notice to correct the offences and transgressions and redress the grievances by said restorations according to the terms of Magna Carta, without delay and within forty days, saving Sundays, following this the twenty-ninth day of July, 2004.
WHEREFORE, if the said offence and transgressions be not by then corrected, the person of the sovereign being absent from the realm [Langford v. U.S., 101 U.S. 341 (1879)], redress of grievance for transgression of an article of the peace in such cases warrants, of course and without more, on the forty-first day following the 29th day of July, 2004, saving Sundays, amends without limit to be distrained and distressed out of the pledges of the sovereign for the assurance and security of the peace and the articles, as is conceded in Magna Carta for redress of grievances due to offence by the servants or the justicar or due to the servants' or the justicar's transgressing an article of the peace in such cases, until amends have been made in the opinion of said Petitioner.