Acts and Ordinances of the Interregnum, 1642-1660. Originally published by His Majesty's Stationery Office, London, 1911.
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[2 September, 1654.]
Be it Ordained and Established by His Highness the Lord Protector with the advise of His Council, That one Statute or Act of Parliament made in the seventh year of the late King James for the speedy recovery of many thousand Acres of Marsh Grounds and other Grounds within the Counties of Norfolk and Suffolk lately surrounded by the rage of the Sea in divers parts of the said Counties, and for the prevention of the danger of the like surrounding hereafter, and which in the Parliament holden in the third year of the late King Charls was continued and to stand in force until the end of the next Session of Parliament, shall by vertue of this Ordinance be adjudged ever since the Session of Parliament in the said third year to have been of such force and effect as the same were the last day of that Session, and from thenceforth until some other Act of Parliament touching the continuance or discontinuance of the said Statute and Act made in the said seventh year of King James.