|Author:||England and Wales.|
|Title:||A resitall of certaine branches of a statute made in the xiiii yeere of hir Maiesties reigne concerning collectors for the poore, duties of constables, and for such as refuse to paye to the poore, to put them in better minde of their seuerall duties ...|
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2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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A resitall of certaine branches of a statute made in the xiiii yeere of hir Maiesties reigne concerning collectors for the poore, duties of constables, and for such as refuse to paye to the poore, to put them in better minde of their seuerall duties ...
England and Wales.
[S.l.: J. Daye?, 1572?]
England and Wales. Sovereign (1558-1603 : Elizabeth I)
Publisher and date suggested by STC (2nd ed.).
"14 Eliz. I, cap. 5, extract" -- Cf. STC (2nd ed.), p. 412.
Reproduction of original in the Society of Antiquaries.
Poor laws -- England.
Public welfare -- England.
Charity laws and legislation -- England.
A Resitall of certaine branches of a Statute made in the xiiii, yeere of hir Maiesties Reigne, con∣cerning Collectors for the poore, duties of Constables, and for such as refuse to paye to the poore: to put them in better minde of their seuerall duties and deligence, their Collections and accompts, and the Constables of their danger for none dooing of their office. And lastly of the punishment of such as refuse to pay to the poore, or wilfully discourage others from paying. The negligence of the Col∣lectors in most parrishes hath been such, ye halfe the Reuenewes or collection is cleane lost for gathering: which doth force this course to bee taken, assuring all persons to whom it shal appertaine, that due execution of the same wil be followed with effect, vppon the offenders.