Availing himself of the early legal constitution of England, he placed justice in the old local courts of the "hundred" and "shire," to which every freeman had access, and these courts he placed under the jurisdiction of the King alone. In Germany and France the vassal owned supreme fealty to his lord, against all foes, even the King himself. In England, the tenant from this time swore direct fealty to none save his King.
Parmele, Mary Platt. A Short History of England, Ireland and Scotland (p. 15). Kindle Edition.
To me, the bolded part of the sentence is equivalent to "... and he placed these courts under the jurisdiction of the King alone"... but I don't understand how could "and these courts he placed under the jurisdiction of the King alone" seems incomplete.
Could someone please explain to me the grammar of this sentence?