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Anno XXXII Henrici Octavi : in the Parlyament begon at Westm[inster] the XXVIII. of Apryll, the XXXI. yere of the reygne of the moste excellente, most hygh, and most myghtye prynce, Henry the Eyghte … there holden and afterwarde continued by dyuers prorogations unto the XII. daye of Apryll in the sayde yeare. In the last session thereof begone the same XII. daye of Aprull, and from the same most prosperous reygne, from the which it was by prorogation continued untill the XXV. daye of the same moneth of Maye, and holden untill the XXIIII. daye of Julye the sayde XXXII. yeare : at which daye the sayde Parliament was by his graces authority finished and dissolued. Amonges many other the actes folowing by his highnesse with thassent of the lordes spirituall and temporall, and the comons assembled in the sayd parliament, have been established, ordeyned and enacted.

Author: England and Wales.
Contributor(s): Henry VIII, King of England, 1491-1547.
Production / publication: London : [Printed by Thomas Marsh], Anno MDXL. [1540, i.e. 1575?]Description: lxxii leaves ; 27 cm (2⁰).General note: Signatures: A⁶-M⁶. Printer's name from ESTC. Conjectured publication date from ESTC.Citation/References note: ESTC S121474Ownership note: Acquired from Myers & Co. on the recommendation of W. Marcham and Charles Cotton in June 1927.Binding note: Half binding, calf on marbled boards.Other title: Anno XXXII Henrici Octavi : in the Parliament begun at Westminster the XXVIII. of April, the XXXI. year of the reign of the most excellent, most high, and most mighty prince, Henry the Eighth [Other title].Subject(s): Law -- Great Britain -- Early works to 1800 | Great Britain -- History -- Henry VIII, 1509-1547 -- Early works to 1800 | Great Britain -- Politics and government -- Early works to 1800
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ESTC S121474

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