|Title:||Laws and acts past in the third session of the first Parliament of our most high and dread soveraign, Charles the Second, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. Holden at Edinburgh, from the eighteenth of June, 1663. to the ninth of October thereafter, on which day the Parliament was dissolved; by a noble lord, John Earl of Rothes, Lord Lefly and Bambreith ... / with the special advice and consent of the Estates of Parliament.|
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Laws and acts past in the third session of the first Parliament of our most high and dread soveraign, Charles the Second, by the grace of God, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, defender of the faith. Holden at Edinburgh, from the eighteenth of June, 1663. to the ninth of October thereafter, on which day the Parliament was dissolved; by a noble lord, John Earl of Rothes, Lord Lefly and Bambreith ... / with the special advice and consent of the Estates of Parliament.
Scotland., Rothes, John Leslie, Earl of, 1630?-1681., Scotland. Convention of Estates.
Edinburgh: Re-printed by Andrew Anderson, Printer to the King's most excellent Majesty, Anno Dom. 1674.
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Law -- Scotland -- 17th century.
Statutes -- Scotland -- 17th century.
Scotland -- Politics and government -- 1660-1688 -- Sources.
LAWS and ACTS past in the third SESSION of the first PARLIAMENT of our most High and Dread Soveraign, CHARLES the Second, by the Grace of GOD, King of Scotland, England, France and Ireland, Defender of the Faith.
I. ACT against separation and disobedience to Ecclesiastical Authority.
II. Additional ACT concerning the Declaration to be signed by all persons in publick Trust.
III. ACT against Protections.
IV. ACT for the establishment and constitution of a National Synod.
V. ACT anent ruinous houses in Royal Burghs.
VI. Act discharging the importation of Strong-waters, &c.
VII. ACT discharging the mixing of Tin with Lead.
VIII. ACT anent the discharging of advocations for sums within two hundred merks.
IX. ACT in favours of Minors, anent the duties of the Lands comprised from them.
X. ACT against exportation of money forth of the Kingdom.
XI. ACT for encouragement of Tillage and Pasturage.
XII. ACT for anew Imposition upon English Commodities.
XIII. ACT imposing a Custom upon Corn imported from Ireland into this Kingdom.
XIV. ACT for in-bringing of His Majesties Rents.
XV. ACT concerning Beggars and Vagabonds.
XVI. ACT anent the measure of Coal.
XVII. ACT anent the Foot-measure.
XVIII. ACT discharging Munday and Saturday Mercats in Royal Burghs.
XIX. ACT anent Lint-seed, Hemp-seed and Steel.
XX. ACT anent Manses and Glebs, and poinding for Ministers Stipends.
XXI. ACT anent Comprisings.
XXII. ACT anent Sentences of Excommunication.
XXIII. ACT for additional provision in favours of the Ʋni∣versities.
XXIV. ACT regulating the proportions of Excise in the several Shires and Burghs.
XXV. An humble Tender to His Sacred Majesty, of the duty and loyalty of His ancient Kingdom of Scotland.
XXVI. ACT asserting His Majesties Prerogative in the ordering and disposal of Trade with forraigners.
XXVII. COMMISSION for Plantation of Kirks and va∣luation of Teinds.
XXVIII. ACT anent penal Statutes.
XXIX. ACT Salvo jure cujuslibet.
A TABLE of the printed ACTS.
A Table of the special Acts and Ratifications, past in the several Sessions of this Parliament, which are not printed.