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At least thirteen original copies of the 1215 Act were published this year by the Royal Registry, seven in the first instalment, which were distributed on 24 June and six more later; They were sent to district sheriffs and bishops who were likely charged for their privilege. [263] There are slight differences between the copies received and there was probably not a single master copy. [264] Of these documents, only four are preserved, all located in England: two are now in the British Library, one in Salisbury Cathedral and the other, owned by Lincoln Cathedral, on permanent loan to Lincoln Castle. [265] Each of these versions is slightly different in size and text, and each of them is considered equal by historians. [266] The radical groups that flourished at that time had different views on the Magna Carta. .

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