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Author: Scotland.
Title: Certaine acts particularlie recommended by our most gratious and sacred soveraine to the Estates of Parliament of the Kingdome of Scotland, and by them, after graue and mature advisement and deliberation hartilie imbraced, concluded: and the 20. day of Iune 1609. inacted to stand for perpetuall lawes in all time to come: with most humble thanks to God for so wise & carefull a prince and ruler, and most earnest prayer for His most excellent Majesties long raigne in all prospetitie [sic]..
Publication Info: Ann Arbor, Michigan: University of Michigan Library
2011 December (TCP phase 2)
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Print source: Certaine acts particularlie recommended by our most gratious and sacred soveraine to the Estates of Parliament of the Kingdome of Scotland, and by them, after graue and mature advisement and deliberation hartilie imbraced, concluded: and the 20. day of Iune 1609. inacted to stand for perpetuall lawes in all time to come: with most humble thanks to God for so wise & carefull a prince and ruler, and most earnest prayer for His most excellent Majesties long raigne in all prospetitie [sic]..
Scotland., James I, King of England, 1566-1625.

Printed at Edinburgh: by Robert Charteris, Printer to the Kings most Excellent Majestie., 1609..
Alternate titles: Laws, etc.
Subject terms:
Scotland -- Politics and government -- 1371-1707 -- Early works to 1800.
URL: http://name.umdl.umich.edu/B00661.0001.001

Contents
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Act anent choosing of Pedagoges to children passing fourth of Scotland to schooles.
Act against children that becomes papists when they are out of Scotland.
Act anent excōmunicate persones not to inioy their lands, rowmes and possessions.
Act giuing command to Bishops to send the names of excommunicate persones to the Thesaurer and to the Director of the Chancellarie.
Act against Iesuites, Seminarie Preefts and resetters of them.
Act of the Commissariates and iurisdiction giuen to Arch-bishops & Bishops.
Act of the Commissioners of the peace.
Act of the apparelles of Iudges, Magistrates and Church-men.
Act of skandalous speeches and libels.
Act anent fugitiue persones of the borders to the in-countrie.