|Author:||England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII)|
|Title:||Anno. XXVIII. Henrici VIII.: Actes made in the parliament bego[n]ne and holden at Westm[inster], the. VIII. daye of Iune, in the. XXVIII. yere of the reygne of our most drad soueraine lord kyng Henry the. VIII. and there continued and kepte tyll the dissolution of the same parliament the. XVIII. of Iuly, to the honour of God, and for the common weale and profyt of this realme.|
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2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Anno. XXVIII. Henrici VIII.: Actes made in the parliament bego[n]ne and holden at Westm[inster], the. VIII. daye of Iune, in the. XXVIII. yere of the reygne of our most drad soueraine lord kyng Henry the. VIII. and there continued and kepte tyll the dissolution of the same parliament the. XVIII. of Iuly, to the honour of God, and for the common weale and profyt of this realme.
England and Wales. Sovereign (1509-1547 : Henry VIII), Henry King of England, 1491-1547.
[London]: Tho. Berthelet Regis impressor excudebat, cum priuilegio, [1545?]
|Alternate titles:||Public General Acts. 1536-1537. 28 Hen.VIII|
Law -- England
¶ An acte that felons abiuringe for pety treason, murder, or felony, shall not be admytted to the benefyte of theyr clergie. Capi. i.
¶An acte for continuing of two statutes made in the last parlyament tou∣chynge suche as go awaye with caskettes, iewels, goodes, or plate of theyr maysters. Cap. ii.
An acte gyuynge the kinges hyghnes auctoritie newly to allotte the towne∣shyppes in the shyres and marches of wales, at any tyme with in three yeres next ensuynge. Cap. iii.
¶An acte repellyng the statute lately made for the bringing in of doulas and lokerams. Cap. iiii.
¶An acte for auoydinge of exactions taken vpon prentices in the cities boroughes and townes corporate. Cap. v.
¶An acte for continuance of the statutes for beggers & vacabundes and against conueyaunce of horses and mares out of this realme, ageinst Welshe men making affrayes in the counties of Herff. Glouc. and Salop̄, and against the vice of buggery. Cap. vi.
¶An acte for the establyshement of the succession of the impe∣riall crowne of this realme. Capi. vii.
¶ An acte for continuaunce of the statutes againste the caryage of brasse latenne and coper out of this realme, And for making of cables and ropes: for the wyndynge of wolles, & agaynst kyllynge of weynelynges vnder the age of two yeres. Cap. viii.
¶In act for continuance of the statutes of petiurie, for making of iayles, for pewteres, and for sowynge of flaxe and hempe. Cap. ix.
¶An acte extinguishing the auctoritie of the bishop of Rome. Ca. x.
¶An acte for restitution of the firste fruites in time of vacation to the next Incumbent. Cap. xi.
¶An acte declarynge the lymittes of the kynges palayce of westmynster. Cap. xii.
¶ An acte compellynge spirituall persons to kepe residence vppon their benefices. Cap. xiii.
¶An acte lymyttinge the prices of wynes. Cap. xiiii.
¶An acte for punyshement of pyrotes and robbers on the sea. Capit. xv
¶An acte for the release of such as haue obteyned pretended lycences and dispensations from the see of Rome. Capi. xvi.
¶An acte giuinge auctoritie to suche as shall succede to the crowne of this realme, whan they come to the age of .xxiiii. yeres to make frustrate such actes as shall be made afore in their time. Capitulo .xvii.
¶An acte concerning treason in certayne cases. Cap. xviii.