Acts and statutes made in a Parliament, begun at Dublin the twenty seventh day of August, anno Dom. 1695, in the seventh year of the reign of...King William...
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Dublin : Printed by A. Crook, 1695.
Act for granting a supply to H.M. by raising money by a poll. For suppressing cursing and swearing. To take away damage clear. To take away the benefit of clergy from him that doth stabb another not having a weapon drawn. For prevention of frauds and perjuries. For the discharging of sheriffs upon their accounts. Declaring which days shall be observed as holy-days. For granting an aid or additional custom ... For the better observation of Sunday. For taking special bails upon actions and suits in the Courts of King's Bench, etc. For proceeding upon distresses and avowries for rent. For continuing the Statute for an additional excise upon beer, ale ... For the better regulating of measures in this kingdom. For the prevention of vexations and oppressions by arrests...
Each Act has separate tp. and pagination.
LO 12573 was previously at Ir 346 p 11.
Physical description: 89, 31 p. ; 32 cm.