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TABLE os the STATUTES,
Containing the Titles of all such Acts as are extant in print, from the First Year of Queen Mary, to the Thirtyfifth of Queen Elizabeth, both inclusive.
Anno i Maria. Cap. I, For repealing certain treasons, felonies, and Pramunire.
Private Atts. .
Anno i Maria. I. An act for the restitution in blood v of the lady Gartred Courtney, late
■wife of Henry Courtney, late lord
marquis of Exeter, i. An act for the restitution in blood
of Sir Edward Courtney, knight,
earl of Devon.
Anno i Maria, sejs. 2.
Cap. 1. For declaring the Queen's highness to have been born in a most just and lawful matrimony; and also repealing all acts of parliament, and sentences of divorce, had and made to the contrary."
Cap. 2. For the repeal of certain statutes made in the time of the reign of King Edward the Sixth.
Cap. 3. Against offenders of preachers and other ministers in the church.
Cap. 4. Touching writings made from the sixth day of July last past, and before the first day of August then next ensuing.
Cap. 5. For the limitation of prescription in certain cases.
Cap. 6. Against counterfeiting of strange coins, being current within this realm, or of the Queen's highness sign manual, signet, or privy seal, to be adjudged high treason. Vol. VI.
Cap. 7. Touching proclamations upon fines i
Cap. 8. That sheriffs shall not be justices of peace during that office.
Cap. 9. Touching the corporation of the physicians in London.
Cap. 10. For the uniting, dissolving, or new erecting of courts.
Cap. 11. For the sale of hats and caps made beyond the sea.
Cap. 12. Against unlawful and rebellious assemblies.
Cap. 13* For the continuance pf certain statutes.
Cap. 14. For the continuance of a statute made for the reparation of gaols.
Cap. 15; For the re-edifying of the parish church of Saint Elens in Stainegate within the city of York.
Cap. 16. For the confirmation of the attainder of John late duke of Northumberland] and others.
Cap. 17. For the release of the last subsidy of the temporally.
Cap* 18. For a subsidy of tunnage and poundage of divers merchandizes.
Anno 1 Maria, sejs. 2.
1. An act for the restitution in blood of Sir Thomas Howard, knight, otherwise called Thomas Howard earl of Surry.
2. An act for the restitution in blood of Sir Edward Seymor, knight, eldest son of the late duke of Soinirj'et, born of,the lady Anne his last wife.
'3. An act for the incorporation of a the_ the warden and scholars of Mertotf
college in Oxford. 4„ An act for the restitution in Hood
of the heirs of Henry Pool, late
lord Montague. 5. An act for the restitution in blood
of Sir Marmaduke Constable, knight. 6\ An act for the restitution in blood
of Thomas Stdnhope, esquire.
7. An act for the restitution in blood of Mathtw Arundell, esquire.
8. An act for keeping the countydays in Cardigan/hits.
9. An act for the restitution in blood of the heirs of Sir Miles Partridge, knight.
10. An act to make free denizens the wives and children of Richard Batson, Thomas Brown, and John Bradley, born beyond the seas.
11. An act for the reparation oiSherborne cawsey.
12. An act repealing a statute made in the fifth year of King Edward the Sixth, touching the approving the marriage between the marquis of Northampton and the lady Elizabeth his wife, and for the legitimation of their children.
13. An act declaring the attainder of the duke of Norfolk.
Anno 1 Maria, fcjf. 3.
Cap. 1. For declaring that the tcgal power of this realm is in the Queen's majesty as fully and absolutely as ever it was in any of her most noble progenitors, Kings of this realm.
Cap. 2. Touching the articles.of the Queen's highness mast noble marriage.
Cap. 3. Fortlie repeal of two several acts made in the seventh year of King Edward the Sixth, touching the dissolution of the bilhoprick of Durham.
Cap. 4. For the establishing of the eftice es the lord steward of the
Queen's most honourable houf
hold. Cap. 5. For the continuance of a
statute made for the repairing of
Sherborne causey. Cap. 6. For the repairing of a caufey
betwixt Bristol and Gloucester. Cap. 7. Touching cloth-making in
corporate towns and market-towns. Cap. 8. Touching the buying and
curryingof leather. Cap. 9. Touching ordinances and
rules in cathedral churches and
schools. Cap. 10. For the repealing of a statute
made for the uniting of the parish
churches of Onger and Greensteed in
the county of E£ex. Cap. Ii. Touching the sea-sands in
Glamorganshire Cap. 12. For the c-ontinuatioa of
Anno 1 Maries, feff. 3
1. An act for the restitution in blood of Sir William Parr, knight, marquis of Northampton.
2. An act for the assurance of the manor of Gaywood and Ryfingr in the county of Norfolk, to the earl of Surry.
2* An act for the ratifying of the estate of dame Lueye Clyfford in the manor of Biirflm Hawgbe.
Anno x fef 2 Ph. & Mar.
Cap. 1. Touching letters patents and other Writings to be signed by the Queen's majesty.
Cap. 2. For the reformation of excess in apparel.
Cap; 3. Against seditious words and rumours.
Cap. 4. For the punishment of certain persons calling themselves Egypt inns.
Cap. 5. To restrain carrying of corn, victual's and wood over the sea.
Cap. 6. Forthe reviving of three sta-
Cap. 9. for the puni/hment of trai-
Cap. ia That certain offences be made treasons; and also for the government of the King and Queen's majesties issues^
Cap. 11. For the punishment of bringing in of counterfeit coin of foreign realms, being current within this realm. ;. ••
Cap. 12. For the impounding of distresses.
Cap. 13. Touching the bailment of prisoners by justices of peace.
Cap. 14. For the making of ruslel sattins, sattins reverses, and fustian of Naples, in Norwich.
Cap. 15. To confirm the liberties of the lord marchers in Wales.
Cap. 16. For the continuance of certain statutes.
Cap. 17. Touching leases hereafter to be made by certain spiritual persons. ■ • >
Amio 1 & 2 Ph. & Alar.
t. An act repealing the attainder of the lord cardinal Pool.
2. An act repealing all attainders and outlawries had or made against Rkhard Pats, William Petowe, Thomas Gcldwell, and others.
3. An act to confirm the attainder
of Henry duke of Suffolk, John Gray, Ihomas Gray, Thomas Wyatt, James Croft, Peter Carcwe, Robert Dudley, Henry Ifley, knjghts, and many others. .. An act for the uniting and annex* ing of the whole town or hamlet of Bucknell to the county of Salop.
Anno 2 £? 3 Ph. & Mar. Cap. j. For the re-edifying of castlec and forts, and for the inclosing of grounds, upon the borders towards Scotland. Cap. 2. For she re-edifying of decayed houses of husbandry, and for the increase of tillage. Cap. 3. For keeping of milch kine, and for the breeding and rearing of calves. Cap. 4. For the extinguishment of the first-fruits, and touching order and disposition of the tenths of spiritual and ecclesiastical promotions, and of rectories and parsonages impropriate, remaining in the Queen's majesty's hands. Cap. 5. Foi" the relief of the poor. Cap. B. Against the excessive taking of the King and Queen's majesties purveyors. Cap. 7. Against the buying of stolen
horses. Cap. 8. For the mending of highways. Cap. 9. To make void divers licences of houses, wherein unlawful games be used. Cap. 10. To take examination of prisoners suspected of any manslaughter or felony. Cap. 11. Touching weavers. Cap. 12. For the viewing and seai-, ing of cloths, commonly called Bridgviaters. Cap. 13. For the inhabitants of Hallisax, touching the buying pf wools. Cap. 14. For the re-edifying offovr mills near to the city of Hereford. a 2 Cap. 15.
Cap. 15. That the purveyors (hall not take victuals within five miles of Cambridge and Oxford.
Cap. 16. Touching watermen and bargemen upon the river of Thames.
Cap. 17. To take away the benefit of
- clergy from Bennet Smith, for^ the murther of Rufford.
Cap. 18. Touching commissions of peace and gaol-delivery in towns corporate, not being counties.
Cap. 19. Touching the powdike in Marjhland.
Cap. 20. For the inlarging of the duchy of Lancaster.
Cap. 21. For the continuation of certain -statutes.
Cap. 22. For the confirmation of a subsidy granted by the clergy.
Cap. 23. For a subsidy granted to the King and Queen's majesties by the temporally-.
Anno 2 & 3 W. y Mar.
1. An act whereby the duke of Norfolk, by the advice of the lord chancellor of England, the earl of Arundell, and the bishop of Ely, may make sales and grants of his lands, £ifr. notwithstanding his minority. . .
2. An act whereby the heirs of Sir Edward Nevill, knight, are restored to. the remainder of the barony of Eurgavenny.
Anno 4 Gf 5 Ph. & Mar.
Cap. 1. For the confirmation of letters patents.
Cap. 2. For the having of horse, armour and weapon.
Cap. 3. For the taking of musters.
Cap. 4. That accessaries in murder and divers felonies shall not have the benefit of clergy.
Cap. 5. Touching the making of woolen cloths.
Cap. 6. For inquiry of the behaviour of Frenchmen, bsing denizens.
Cap. 7. To make up the jury with ^ Circumftantlbus, where the King ^ and Queen, or the Queen's majesty is a party.
Cap. 8. For the punishment of such as shall take away maidens that be inheritors, being within the age of sixteen years, or that marry them, without the consent of their parents.
Cap. 9. For the continuation of certain statutes.
Cap. 10. For the confirmation of the subsidy of the clergy.
Cap. Ii. A subsidy and one fifteen granted by the temporalty.
Anno 4 & 5 Ph. iff Mar.
1. An act for the assurance of the honour of Rayhy to the Queen's > majesty; and for assurance of divers other lands in the county of EJsex in lieu thereof to Richard lord Rich.
2. An act for the assurance of the countess of Suffix's jointure.
3. An act for the restitution in blood of Sir Ambrose Dudley and Sir Robert Dudley, knights.
4. An act for the foundation of an hospital at Stoke Puges in the county of Buckingham.
5. An act for the payment of tythes in the county of Coventry.
Anno 1 Elizabeths.
Cap- 1. For restoring to the crown the ancient jurisdiction over the state ecclesiastical and spiritual, and abolishing all foreign power repugnant to the same.
Cap. 2. For the uniformity of common prayer and service in the church, and the administration of the sacraments.
Cap. 3. For recognition of the Queen's highness title to the imperial crown of this realm.
Cap. 4. For.the restitution of the