The death, burial, and resurrection of the act of the 35th of Eliz. entituled, An act to retain the Queens Majesties subjects in their due obedience being an answer to a late lying pamphlet, entituled The life and death of the 35th of Eliz.

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The death, burial, and resurrection of the act of the 35th of Eliz. entituled, An act to retain the Queens Majesties subjects in their due obedience being an answer to a late lying pamphlet, entituled The life and death of the 35th of Eliz.
Author
E. W.
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[London :: Printed for Nath. Thompson ...,
1681]
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Elizabeth -- I, -- Queen of England, 1533-1603.
England and Wales. -- Parliament.
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THere being lately a scurrilous and seditious Pamphlet spread abroad to ensnare His Majesties Loyal Subjects, Entituled, The Life and Death of the Statute of the 35th. of Queen Elizabeth, and by such means to withdraw His Majesties Subjects from their due Obedience and Conformity, according to the known Laws of this Kingdom; sugge∣sting that the said Act is discontinued; thereby at once not only grosly re∣flecting on the Proceedings of the two last Parliaments, but calling in que∣stion the Judgment of the King, Lords and Commons, who (upon starting the Question, Whether or not this Act of the 35th. of Elizabeth was in force?) in the 16th. year of His now Majesties Reign, did unanimously declare, That the said Act was then in force, and ought to be put in due Execution. For the better satisfaction of which point, I have only set down the several continuances and revivings of the said Act, and the continual care of every Parliament since the ma∣king that Law, being certainly the best, if not the only, means to keep His Majesties Subjects to their due Obedience.

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