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The boke of iustices of peas the charge with all the proces of the cessions warrantes supsedias and all that longeth to any iustice to make enditements of haute treason pettit treason felonyes appelles trespas contra Regis pacem nocumentis with divers thyngis more as it appereth in the kale[n]der of the same boke.
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A collection of the statutes made in the reigns of King Charles the I. and King Charles the II. with the abridgment of such as stand repealed or expired. Continued after the method of Mr. Pulton. With notes of references, one to the other, as they now stand altered, enlarged or explained. To which also are added, the titles of all the statutes and private acts of Parliament passed by their said Majesties, untill this present year, MDCLXVII. With a table directing to the principal matters of the said statutes. By Tho: Manby of Lincolns-Inn, Esq.
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The case of several of His Majesties loyal subjects, very much oppressed, contrary to the laws of this land as they are advised, humbly represented to the consideration of the right honourable the knights, citizens, and burgesses in Parliament assembled.
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Three ordinances of the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament. The first for keeping in godly ministers placed in livings by authority of Parliament. The second concerning the regulating the sale of bishops lands, and expediting the conveyances thereof. The third for the reliefe of Chester. Die Lunæ 23. August. 1647. Ordered by the Lords assembled in Parliament, that these three ordinances be forthwith printed and published. Jo. Brown Cler. Parliamentorum.
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An ordination and declaration of both Houses of Parliament sent to the lord maior of London for the religious observation of the Lords Day commonly called Sunday and a command from the maior directed to all church-wardens and constables in every ward in the city of London for the due execution thereof : also concerning the election of certaine new captaines chosen for the security of the city in these dangerous times with the names of the said captaines chosen for the new militia : also a relation of a late tumult happening in Chancery Lane by certaine Gentlemen of Lincolnes-Inne to the great disturbance and amazement of all the inhabitants.
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Anno Mariæ primo Actes made in the parlyamente begonne and holden at Westminster, the second daye of Apryll, in the firste yeare of the raygne of oure moste gracious soueraygne Ladye, Marye by the grace of God, Quene of England, Fraunce, and Irelande, defender of the faythe, and there continued and kepte to the dissolution of the same, beynge the v. daye of Maye then next ensuing as foloweth.
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