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Author: England. Sovereign (1485-1509 : Henry VII)
Title: Here begynneth certayn statutes and ordenaunces of warre made ordeined enacted and estalysshed [sic] by the most noble victorious and most cristen prince oure moste drad souerayn lorde King Henry the vii. King of Fraunce and of Englond by the aduyce of his noble and discrete counseyl holdynge than his hygh courte of his parlament at his paleis of westmynster the xvii. day of October in the yere of oure lord god M.CCCClxxxxii and of his moste noble reigne the vii. yere. For the wele suertie good rule [and] saufgarde of his honorable lordes capitaignes [and] other his humble subgettes and also for suche of them of his said realme of frau[n]ce that herafter wol become his true subgettis being in his most royal hoste ayenst his auncyent enmys of fraunce.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 April (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Here begynneth certayn statutes and ordenaunces of warre made ordeined enacted and estalysshed [sic] by the most noble victorious and most cristen prince oure moste drad souerayn lorde King Henry the vii. King of Fraunce and of Englond by the aduyce of his noble and discrete counseyl holdynge than his hygh courte of his parlament at his paleis of westmynster the xvii. day of October in the yere of oure lord god M.CCCClxxxxii and of his moste noble reigne the vii. yere. For the wele suertie good rule [and] saufgarde of his honorable lordes capitaignes [and] other his humble subgettes and also for suche of them of his said realme of frau[n]ce that herafter wol become his true subgettis being in his most royal hoste ayenst his auncyent enmys of fraunce.
England. Sovereign (1485-1509 : Henry VII), Henry, 1457-1509.

[London: Printed by Richard Pynson, 1492?]
Alternate titles: Miscellaneous Documents. 1492 Miscellaneous Documents. 1491. Here begynneth certayn statutes and ordenaunces of warre made ordeined enacted and estalysshed by the most noble victorious and most cristen prince oure moste drad souerayn lorde King Henry the vii. Here begynneth certayn statutes and ordenaunces of warre made ordeined enacted and establysshed by the most noble victorious and most cristen prince oure moste drad souerayn lorde King Henry the vii. Here begynneth certayn statutes and ordenaunces of warre made ordeined enacted and establysshed by the most noble victorious and most cristen prince oure moste drad soverayn lorde King Henry the vii. Forasmoche as it is often seen yt mannys reason.
Notes:
Text ends: Emprented by his [i.e. Henry's] hygh co[m]mau[nd .. and?] by his owne propre handys delyue[red to Ri?]chard Pynson prynter of this boke.
Publication date conjectured by STC. The date "1492" in title is an error for 1491.
Signatures: a b-c6.
Secundo folio: F4orasmoche as it is often seen yt mannys reason ..
Reproduction of the original in the Society of Antiquaries.
Leaves a2,7 and c1,2,5 only; mutilated.
Subject terms:
Military law -- England -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A22826.0001.001

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¶That no man disaray him in the battal for no scrie that cometh in the oste.
For vnlaufulle escries.
For paynge of thriddes /
¶For geuynge of saufcondu