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Author: England and Wales.
Title: A collection of certaine statutes in force,: vvith full and ready notes in the margent, containing their effect in briefe. As also the ordinances for the better observation of the Lords day, and the fast dayes. Published for the better caution of such as are inclinable to delinquency against the severall effects of those statutes and ordinances. And also for the better information of all such officers and ministers as are by late speciall warrants authorised and commanded to put the same statutes and ordinances in execution. For the better suppressing 1. Of unlawfull pastimes and abuses on the Lords day. 2. Of prophane swearing and cursing. 3. Of the loathsome sin of drunkennesse. 4. Of the severall offences committed by inne-keepers, ale-house-keepers, and unlicensed ale-house-keepers. 5. Of unlawful games. And severall other abuses. Being appointed by the Lord Mayor of the City of London to be published in all congregations within his jurisdiction.
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2012 November (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: A collection of certaine statutes in force,: vvith full and ready notes in the margent, containing their effect in briefe. As also the ordinances for the better observation of the Lords day, and the fast dayes. Published for the better caution of such as are inclinable to delinquency against the severall effects of those statutes and ordinances. And also for the better information of all such officers and ministers as are by late speciall warrants authorised and commanded to put the same statutes and ordinances in execution. For the better suppressing 1. Of unlawfull pastimes and abuses on the Lords day. 2. Of prophane swearing and cursing. 3. Of the loathsome sin of drunkennesse. 4. Of the severall offences committed by inne-keepers, ale-house-keepers, and unlicensed ale-house-keepers. 5. Of unlawful games. And severall other abuses. Being appointed by the Lord Mayor of the City of London to be published in all congregations within his jurisdiction.
England and Wales., W. B., co-author.

London: printed by Robert White, and are to be sold at his house on Adling-Hill, MDCXLIV. [1644]
Subject terms:
Sunday legislation -- England
Swearing -- England
Liquor laws -- England
Hotels -- Law and legislation -- England
Bars (Drinking establishments) -- Law and legislation -- England
Taverns (Inns) -- Law and legislation -- England
Gambling -- England
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/A84520.0001.001

Contents
title page
THE EPISTLE TO The READER: To whose serious consideration are presented some Arguments to move all good Christians to consi∣der their Vows made in their late solemn Cove∣nant, And accordingly to assist in this great work of active Reformation.
The Titles of the Statutes and Ordinances contained in this Collection, viz.
Anno primo CAROLI REGIS. CAP. I. There shall be no Assemblies for unlawfull Pastimes upon the Lords-day.
Anno tertio CAROLI REGIS CAP. I. A Restraint of divers abuses committed on the Lords-day.
Anno primo JACOBI REGIS. CAP. XXII. The duty of Shoomakers.
An Ordinance of the LORDS and COMMONS assembled in Parliament, for the better observation of the LORDS-DAY.
Anno vicesimo primo JACOBI REGIS. CAP. XX. None shall prophanely swear or curse.
Anno primo JACOBI REGIS. CAP. IX. Severall Penalties of Alehouse-keepers, for their severall Of∣fences.
Anno quarto JACOBI REGIS. CAP. V. The Penalty of a Drunkard, and of him that continueth drink∣ing in an Alehouse.
Anno septimo JACOBI REGIS. CAP. X. The Penalty for an Offence committed against any of the Bran∣ches of the Statutes of 1 Jac. 9. or 4. Jac. 5. touching Ale∣house-keepers and Drunkards.
Anno vicesimo primo JACOBI REGIS. CAP. VII. The Statutes of 1. Jac. 9. and 4. Jac. 5. made perpetuall. One wit∣nesse shall be sufficient to convince a man of Tipling or Drun∣kennesse.
Anno primo CAROLI REGIS. CAP. IV. Forreiners as well as Inhabitants shall not be permitted to tipple in Innes, Ale-houses, &c.
Anno quinto & sexto EDWARDI sexti. CAP. XXV. None shall sell Ale or Beer without Licence, and they shall be bound by Recognisance.
Anno tertio CAROLI REGIS. CAP. III. The forfeiture and punishment of him that keeps an Ale-house without Licence.
Anno quarto JACOBI REGIS. CAP. IV. In what case only Ale or Beer may be sold to an Alehouse∣keeper having no Licence.
Anno tricesimo tertio HENRICI octavi. CAP. IX. Artillery shall be maintained, and unlawfull games debarred.
Anno secundo & tertio Philippi & Mariae. CAP. IX. All Licences to keep houses for unlawfull Games shall be void.
An Ordinance of the Lords and Commons in Parliament assembled: For the better observation of the Monethly Fast.
ordinance
The Form of an Oath concerning the Office of a Constable.