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Author: England and Wales.
Title: Anno XIIII. et XV. Henrici VIII.: The Kynge our soueraygne lorde Henrye the viij. after the conquest, by the grace of God king of England and of Fraunce and lorde of Irelande, at his parlyamente holden at London, the xv. day of April in the xiiii. yeare of his moste noble reygne: and from thence adiourned to Westminster the last day of Iuly the xv. yeare of his sayde reigne, and there holden to the honour of Almightye God and of holye Churche, and for the wealthe and profytte of thys hys realme, by the assent of the lords spiritual and temporall, [and] the commons in thys presente parliament assembled, [and] by aucthoritye of the same, hath, doo, to be ordeined, made, [and] enacted, certaine statutes and ordynaunces in maner and fourme folowing.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Anno XIIII. et XV. Henrici VIII.: The Kynge our soueraygne lorde Henrye the viij. after the conquest, by the grace of God king of England and of Fraunce and lorde of Irelande, at his parlyamente holden at London, the xv. day of April in the xiiii. yeare of his moste noble reygne: and from thence adiourned to Westminster the last day of Iuly the xv. yeare of his sayde reigne, and there holden to the honour of Almightye God and of holye Churche, and for the wealthe and profytte of thys hys realme, by the assent of the lords spiritual and temporall, [and] the commons in thys presente parliament assembled, [and] by aucthoritye of the same, hath, doo, to be ordeined, made, [and] enacted, certaine statutes and ordynaunces in maner and fourme folowing.
England and Wales., England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII)

[London: Thomas Marsh, 1575?]
Alternate titles: Laws, etc.
Subject terms:
Law -- Great Britain
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A74019.0001.001

Contents
ANNO XIIII. ET XV. HENRICI VIII.
THE TABLE.
HENRICH OCTAVI.
An acte concerning brode whyte wollen clothes. Cap. i.
An acte concerning straungers artificers for taking of ap∣prentices, iourneimen, and couenant seruantes. C. ii
¶An acte onccrnyng worstede weauers in Yarmouth & Linne. Ca. iii.
¶An Act concerninge Englishmen beyng sworne to forren princes. Cap. iiii.
¶An acte concerninge Physicions. Cap. v.
An act concerning the high wayes in the wilde of Kent. Ca. xi.
An acte concerning shoting in crosbowes and hand gonnes. Cap. vii
¶An act concerning the six clerkes of the Chauntery to be maried. Cap. viii.
¶An act cōcerninge the liberty of Cordwainers or showmakers. Cap. ix.
¶An act concenigne the huntinge of the Hare. Cap. x.
¶An acte concerninge clothes, called Vesses, made in the county of Suffolke. Cap. xj.
An act concerning coiners, that shall coine and make any money at any mint within this realme of Englande. Ca. xij.
¶An act cōcerninge the hauen and porte of Southampton. Ca. xiij.
¶An acte concerninge suche as be in the kinges warres o∣uer or vpon the sea. Cap. xiiij.