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Author: England and Wales. Sovereign (1553-1558 : Mary I)
Title: Anno primo & secundo Philippi & Mariæ.: Actes made at a Parliament, begon and holde[n] at Westminster, the. xii. daye of Nouember, in the fyrste and seconde yeare of the reigne of our soueraygne lorde, and lady Philip and Mary, by the grace of God, kinge [and] Quene of England, Fraunce, Naples, Ierusalem, and Ireland, defendours of the fayth, Princes of Spayne and Cycilie, Archedukes of Austria, dukes of Myllayn, Burgondie, and Braband, counties of Haspurge, Flau[n]ders and Tyroll, and there continued and kept to the dissolution of the same, beynge the. xvi. day of Ianuary then next ensuynge, were enacted as foloweth. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis·
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Anno primo & secundo Philippi & Mariæ.: Actes made at a Parliament, begon and holde[n] at Westminster, the. xii. daye of Nouember, in the fyrste and seconde yeare of the reigne of our soueraygne lorde, and lady Philip and Mary, by the grace of God, kinge [and] Quene of England, Fraunce, Naples, Ierusalem, and Ireland, defendours of the fayth, Princes of Spayne and Cycilie, Archedukes of Austria, dukes of Myllayn, Burgondie, and Braband, counties of Haspurge, Flau[n]ders and Tyroll, and there continued and kept to the dissolution of the same, beynge the. xvi. day of Ianuary then next ensuynge, were enacted as foloweth. Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis·
England and Wales. Sovereign (1553-1558 : Mary I), Mary Queen of England, 1516-1558., Philip King of Spain, 1527-1598.

[Excusum Londini: in ædibus Iohannis Cawodi, tipographi Regiæ Maiestatis, anno M. D. LV. [1555]]
Alternate titles: Public General Acts. 1553-1555. 1-2 Philip and Mary
Subject terms:
Law -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A74038.0001.001

Contents
title page
The Table.
¶ An Acte touchinge letters patentes, and other Writinges, to be signed by the Queenes maiestie.
An Acte for the reformation of excesse in apparell,
¶ An Acte agaynst sedicious wordes and rumors.
¶ An Acte for the punyshment of certayne persons callyng them selues Egyptians.
¶ An acte to restrayne carriing of corne, victuals, and woodde ouer the sea.
¶ An Acte for the reuiuyng of three Estatutes made for the punyshment of heresies.
¶ An acte that persons dwellyng in the countrye, shall not sel diuers wares in cities, or townes corporate by retayle.
¶ An Acte repealyng all Statutes, articles, and prouisions, made Agaynst the Sea Apostolyke of Rome, synce the .xx. yeare of Kynge Henry the eyght, and also for thestablyshment of all spirytuall and ecclesiasticall possessions, and he∣reditamentes conueyed to the laytie.
¶ An Acte for the punyshment of traiterous wordes against the Queenes maiestie.
¶ An acte wherby certayne offences be made treasons, and also for the gouernement of the kynges and queenes Ma∣iesties issue.
¶ An Acte for the punishment of bringing in of counterfeyte coyne of forrayne realmes, being curraunt within this realme.
¶ An Acte for the impounding of distresses.
¶ An Acte appoynting in order to iustices of peace, touchynge the baylement of prisoners.
¶ An acte for the makyng of russels sattens, sattens reuerses, and fustian of Naples in Norwiche.
¶ An acte to confirme the liberties of the Lord Marchers in Wales.
¶ An acte for the continuaunce of certayne statutes. Cap. xvi.
¶ An acte touchinge leases hereafter to be made by certayne spirituall persons. Cap. xvii.
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