Charles I, 1625: An Act, that this Session of Parliament shall not determyne by his Majesties Royall assent to this and some other Actes.

Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, 1625-80. Originally published by Great Britain Record Commission, s.l, 1819.

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'Charles I, 1625: An Act, that this Session of Parliament shall not determyne by his Majesties Royall assent to this and some other Actes.', in Statutes of the Realm: Volume 5, 1625-80, (s.l, 1819) pp. 21-22. British History Online [accessed 12 April 2024]

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Reasons for passing this Act.

The Kinges most Excellent Majestie taking into his gracious and princelie consideracion, the many and weightie businesses, which in this p[re]sent Parliament have bene begun, most whereof yet depend unfinished, And considering the p[re]sent daunger by the increase of the Sicknesse, and the inconveniencie of the season, and other important reasons, that do necessarilie require a speedie adjournement of the Parliament at this tyme, before soe manie and great affaires can be deliberatelie, and maturelie concluded and determined: And to take away all doubt, whether his Majesties Royall assent unto one or more Acts of Parliament, will not be a determinacion of this p[re]sent Session, His Majestie is well pleased, that it may be enacted,

II. The King's Royal Assent to this and other Acts shall not determine this Session.

And be it enacted by Authoritie of this p[re]sent Parliament, That his Majestie at his good pleasure may before the Adjournement of this Parliament, either in p[er]son or by his Co[m]mission, or l[ia]res Patents as to him shall seeme good, give his Royall assent unto such, and so many Billes purporting Acts of Parliament, having by the assent of the Lords Spirituall and Temporall and Co[m]mons passed in this p[re]sent Parliament, as to his most Excellent Majestie shalbe found expedient, And that notwithstanding such assent to any such Bills, or to this p[re]sent Act, this p[re]sent Session of Parliament shall not thereby determine; but the same to be adjourned, as to his Majestie shalbe found requisite, for the generall good and welfare of this Kingdome,

III. Matters depending to continue.

All Statutes which are to have continuance until the End of the present Session are to remain in force.; Proviso if the present Session determine by Dissolution.

And that all Billes and matters whatsoever, depending in the same Parliament, not fully determined or enacted before such Adjournement, shall remaine and contynue in the same state and plight, as they are, or shalbe the day of the said Adjournement: And that all Statuts and Acts of Parliament, which are to have contynuance unto the end of this p[re]sent Session, shall be of full force after the said Adjournement, untill this p[re]sent Session be fully ended and determined. And if this Session shall determine by dissolucion of this p[re]sent Parliament, then all the Acts aforesaid, shalbe contynued untill the end of the first Session of the next Parliament: And all Statutes and Acts of Parliament, which before the said Adjournement shall passe by his Majesties Royall assent, shalbe put in execucion ymediatelie after fortie daies after the said Adjournement, notwithstanding that by the wordes or letter of the said Acts, or any of them they be lymitted to take effect or be put in execucion, from, or at any tyme after the end of this p[re]sent Session.

Rot. Parl. nu. 8.

An Acte for the setling and confirmacion of Coppihold Estates and Customes of the Tennts in base tenure of the Mannor of Cheltenham in the Countie of Glouc[ester] and of the Mannor of Asheley otherwise called Charleton Kings in the said Countie being holden of the said Mannor of Cheltenham according to an agreement thereof made betweene the Kings most excellent Majestie being then Prince of Wales Duke of Cornewall and of Yorke and Earle of Chester Lord of the said Mannor of Cheltenham and Giles Grevill Esquire Lord of the said Mannor of Asheley and the said Coppiholders of the said severall Mannors.

Rot. Parl. nu. 9.

An Acte for the enabling and confirmacion of an agreement or composicion made betweene the Kings Majesties Co[m]missioners of Revenue, his Majestie then being Prince of Wales Duke of Cornewall and Earle of Chester on his Majesties behalfe and his Majesties Coppiholders of his Highnes Mannor of Macclesfeild in the Countie of Chester and of a Decree made in the Court of Exchequer at Chester for the p[er]fect creacion and confirmacion of certaine Lands and Tenements Parcell of the said Mannor to be Coppihold and customary Lands according to the tenor of the same Decree.