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Author: England and Wales.
Title: Anno primo et secu[n]do Philippi & Mariæ actes made at a Parliament begon and holden at Westminster, the xij day of Noue[m]ber, in the fyrst and second year of the reigne of Our Soueraigne Lorde and Lady, Philippe and Marye by the grace of God, Kinge and Quene of England, Fraunce, Naples, Jerusalem, and Irelande, defendours of the faith, princes of Spayne & Sicile, archdukes of Austria, dukes of Millaine, Burgondie and Brabant, counties of Haspurge, Flaunders, and Tyrol, and there continued and kepte vntyll the dissolution of the same, beinge the xvj daye of January then next ensuing, were enacted as foloweth.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan, Digital Library Production Service
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Anno primo et secu[n]do Philippi & Mariæ actes made at a Parliament begon and holden at Westminster, the xij day of Noue[m]ber, in the fyrst and second year of the reigne of Our Soueraigne Lorde and Lady, Philippe and Marye by the grace of God, Kinge and Quene of England, Fraunce, Naples, Jerusalem, and Irelande, defendours of the faith, princes of Spayne & Sicile, archdukes of Austria, dukes of Millaine, Burgondie and Brabant, counties of Haspurge, Flaunders, and Tyrol, and there continued and kepte vntyll the dissolution of the same, beinge the xvj daye of January then next ensuing, were enacted as foloweth.
England and Wales., Mary 1516-1558., Philip 1527-1598.

Excusum Londini: In ædibus Iohannis Cavvodi ..., M.D.L.V [1555]
Alternate titles: Laws, etc.
Notes:
Imprint taken from colophon.
"Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis."
Signatures: A6 B4 C-F6.
Numerous errors in paging.
Title in illustrated border.
Reproduction of original in the Merton College. Library.
Subject terms:
Law -- Great Britain.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A22993.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Table,
An acte touchynge letters patentes and other wrytynges to besigned by the Quenes Maiestie.
☞ An act for the reformation of excesse in apparell.
An acte agaynst seditious wordes and rumors.
An acte for the punishment of certayne persons callynge them selues Egiptians.
☞ An acte to restraine carrying of corne, victuals, and wodde ouer the Sea.
☞ An acte for the reuiuing of three Estatutes made for the punishment of heresies.
☞ The tenor of the acte, made in the fyst yeare of kynge Rychard, is as foloweth. Chapiter .v.
¶ The tenor of the second acte, made in the second yeare of kynge Henry the .iii. is as foloweth. Cha .xv.
☞ The tenor of the thyrd act, made in the second yere of kygne Henry the fift, is as foloweth. Cap. vii.
☞ An act that persons dwellinge in the countrey shal not sel diuers wares in eities or townes corporate by retayle.
☞ An arte repealynge all Statutes, articles, and prouisions made agaynst the Sea Apostolike of Rome, synce the .xx. yeare of kyng Henry the eyghte, and also for the establishmente of all spirituall and ecclesiasticall possessions and heredi∣camentes conueyed to the laytie.
¶ An acte for the punishment of traiterous wordes agaynst the Quenes Maiestie.
¶ An acte whereby certayne offences be made treasons, and also for the gouernement of the kynges and Quenes Ma∣iesties issue.
¶ And acte for the punishment of brynging in of couterfeyte coyne of forrayne realmes, beynge curraunte wythin this realme.
¶ An acte for the impounding of disters.
An acte appoynting in order to iustices of peace touching the baylemente of prysoners.
An act for the makyuge of russell sattens, sattens reuerses. and fustian of Naples in Norwiche.
An act to confyrme the liberties of the lorde Marchers in Wales.
☞ An act for the continuaunce of certayne statutes. Cap .xvi.
An acte touchyng leases hereafter to be made by certayne spiritual persones. Cap .xvii.