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'Index: K', Statutes of the Realm: volume 5: 1628-80 (1819), pp. 31-33. URL: http://www.british-history.ac.uk/report.aspx?compid=47496 Date accessed: 02 October 2014.


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Kidderminster Stuffs.

Statute Page
For the regulating the making of Kidderminster Stuffs. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 8. 710
A Corporation of Weavers in Kidderminster to be established. §I. Ib
Oath to be taken by them. Ib. Ib.
On refusing to take Oath, or Death of President, &c. others to be chosen. §2. Ib.
Power to make Bye-Laws, to be confirmed by Justices of Assize for the County of Worcester, and published Twice a Year. § 3. Ib.
Power to impose Fines. Ib. Ib.
Fine not to exceed 40s. for One Offence. § 4. Ib.
President, &c. being chosen, and neglecting to execute—Penalty—How to be levied—How to be employed. § 5. Ib.
Linen Yarn to be reeled on a Reel Four Yards about, and sold openly in the Market. § 6. Ib.
Selling or exposing to sale Yarns unduly reeled—Seizure—And to be tried by a Jury, who are to be sworn to inquire of Defects of Yarns seized— Yarnsfound not duly made and reeled—Penalty— to be paid to and disposed of by Corporation, otherwise Yarn to be sold and Overplus restored to Owner. § 7. 711
Kidderminster Stuffs to be regulated by the said Bye-Laws. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 8. § 8. 711
Cloths, &c. to be viewed and searched by the President, &c.; and if found duly made, to be sealed; if not duly made, to be seized and tried, and Owners fined. § 9. Ib.
Power to Corporation to enter into Shops, Houses, &c. and search and view Cloths, &c.—Cloths found defective, seized and tried. § 10. Ib.
Buying Cloth before sealed, or such Cloth found unsealed—(Exception)—Penalty on Owner—Penalty on Maker. § 11. Ib.
Sealing with Counterfeit Seal, or removing Seal, &c.—Penalty £20. § 12. Ib.
How Journeymen to be provided for. §13. 712
How Penalties to be applied—Levied by Distress. § 14. Ib.
Justices, Constables, &c, to aid and assist Corporation—In Actions for executing Act, General Issue may be pleaded—Double Costs. § 15. Ib.

Billing and maiming of Cattle See Corn Bicks.

The King

Statute Page
Recompence to the King for taking away the Court of Wards and Liveries. 12 Car.II. c. 24. §14. 261
For providing necessary Carriages for His Majesty in His Progress and Removal. 13 Car. II. c. 8.exp. 310
Clerk or Chief Officer of His Majesty's Carriages, by Warrant from the Green Cloth, to give Notice for providing Carts, &c. for His Majesty's Use. § 1. Ib.
Refusing to furnish His Majesty with necessary Carriages—on Proof by Oath of Officer or Two Witnesses—Penalty 40s. Ib. Ib.
Horses, &c. not to travel above a Day's Journey—Ready Money. § 2. Ib.
Officer taking Gift to spare Persons, &c. — Penalty £ 10. Ib. Ib.
Wrongful charging any Person—Punishment. Ib. 311
Rates for Lodging for His Majesty's Servants. § 3. Ib.
Where Diet paid for, Lodging found. Ib. Ib.
Rates and Prices to be set by Two Justices of the Peace—Rates to be proclaimed—Taking higher Rates—Penalty 40s.—Continuance of Act. § 4. Ib.
For advancing the Sale of Free Farm Rents and other Rents. 22 Car. II. c.6. 657
Letters Patent granted by the King of certain Rents before the 24th June 1672, (Exception) confirmed. § 1. 658
The said Letters Patent to be expounded most beneficially for the Patentees—Proviso for Misnamings, Misrecitals, &c. and for any other Defect. Ib. Ib.
Patentees and Trustees may sell the same Rents to any Purchasers by Indenture of Bargain and Sale enrolled—Such Rents how to be described and conveyed. § 2. Ib.
Purchasers, by virtue of such Deed enrolled, peaceably to enjoy against all Claims as herein mentioned. § 3. Ib.
And to sue for and recover the same as His Majesty might have done, except by Prerogative Process. § 4. Ib.
Fee-farm and other Rents not paid for 40 Years last past, not to be inserted in Patents hereafter made, and Tenant may hold the Land discharged in Cases herein mentioned. § 5. 659
If Letters Patent of Manors, Lands, &c. heretofore granted, on which Rents so sold have been reserved, shall be cancelled, and so return to the Crown, the Purchasers may hold as against the Crown and others, in manner as herein mentioned. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for the Queen and others—Exception of Dukes of Cornwall. § 6. Ib.
Bodies Corporate may purchase and enjoy Rents, notwithstanding the Statutes of Mortmain. § 7. Ib.
Proviso for certain Rents arising in the Principality of Wales. § 8. 660
Instructions to be observed in the Sale of Fee-farm Rents. Ib. Ib.
Proviso for Fee-farmers of Mills formerly belonging to the Crown or Duchy of Lancaster. § 9. Ib.
All Sums of Money, Rents, &c. to be allowed to maintain a School, &c. to remain as heretofore. 22 Car.II. c. 6. §10 660
Trustees may convey to such Persons as they think fit for the Performance of such charitable Uses. Ib. Ib.
For vesting certain Fee-farm Rents and other small Rents in Trustees. 22 & 23 Car. II. c. 24. 743
All Rents (Exception) within the Survey of the Exchequer and Duchy of Lancaster vested in Lord Hawley and others, as Trustees, as herein mentioned. § 1. Ib.
All Purchasers of Fee-farm Rents to be kept harmless from all Incumbrances made by the said Trustees. § 2. 744
The Receivers General may receive the said Rents till Sale made. § 3. Ib
Advantages of former Acts allowed to Purchasers—Printed Copies of this and the former Deed enrolled to be Evidence. § 4. Ib.
No Tenant in Tail of the said Rents hereby enabled to bar the Remainder vested in the said Trustees. § 5. Ib.
The Trustees duly executing their Authority discharged against His Majesty, &c. § 6. Ib.
Purchasers may make a general Avowry,&c. by alleging that the Trustees were seized in Fee, &c. and so granted the same Rents. § 7. Ib.
Liberty to Trustees to convey by the Words expressed in the Letters Patent, or by Particulars made out by the Auditors, or by the Grants from the Crown—Proviso for Rights of the Queen. How such Rents to be described in Deeds and Pleadings, 10 Ann. c. 18. § 4. Certain Parts of these Acts repealed, 19 G. III. c. 45. §1. — 26 G. III. c. 87. § 10. and certain Parts of the Letters Patent therein mentioned vacated, 26 G. III. c. 87. § 10. § 8. 745

-, See Court of Wards and Liberies, Same.

King Charles I.

Statute Page
For the Attainder of several Persons guilty of the Murder of King Charles I. 12 Car. II. c. 30. 288
Yearly Anniversary of Humilitation on 30th Jan. for ever. § 1. Ib.
The Attainder of the Persons actively Instrumental in the Murder of His late Majesty. Ib. Ib.
The Names of Persons tried and legally attainted. Ib. Ib.
Of the 10 Persons executed. Ib. Ib.
Of the Persons fled. Ib. Ib.
Of the Persons who were dead before they could be brought to Trial, and are thereby declared attainted. Ib. Ib.
Their Lands, Tenements, &c. whereof they were seized, or any for them, 25th March 1646, or at any Time since, forfeited and vested in His Majesty. Ib. 289
All their Goods and Personal Estates whereof they were possessed, or any for them, 11th Feb. 1659, forfeited and vested in His Majesty. 12. Car.II. c. 30. §I. 289
Proviso for Conveyances by any of the Offenders—Exception—and for Statutes, Judgments, &c. before 9th Sept. 1659; and for Money bona fide lent,&c. and Conveyances made before 25th April 1660, to any of the said Offenders in Trust—Such Conveyances to be enrolled in the Court of Exchequer before 1st Jan. 1662. §2. Ib.
Proviso for the Marquis of Worcester, &c. § 3. 290
General Saving. §4. Ib.
Proviso for such as have received and paid Rents, &c. to the Offenders. 12 Car. II. c. 30. §5. 290
Proviso for Richard Ingoldsby as to Goods, &c. of Sir Hardress Waller in Ireland. § 6. Ib.

The King's Alnager See Cloth.

The King's Right of Alnage See Stuffs.

The King's Supremacy See. Conbenticles.

Knighthood

Statute Page
For the Prevention of vexatious Proceedings touching the Order of Knighthood. 16 Car. I. c. 20. 131
No Person shall be compelled to take on him the Order of Knighthood, nor undergo any Fine for not receiving the same—Process to the contrary void. Ib. Ib.



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