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COLLECTION OF STATUTES

CONNECTED WITH THE

General administration of the Law:

ARRANGED ACCORDING TO THE ORDER OF SUBJECTS :

WITH NOTES,

By Sir WILLIAM DAVID EVANS, Knt.

LATE RECORDER OF BOMBAY.

The Third Edition, corrected ;

COLLATED WITH THE ORIGINAL STATUTES,

AND BROUGHT DOWN TO 10 GEO. IV.

BY ANTHONY HAMMOND, Esq.

OF THE INNER TEMPLE;

AND CONTINUED FROM THAT PERIOD TO THE 5 & 6 WILL. IV, INCLUSIVE,

By THOMAS COLPITTS GRANGER, Esq.

OP THE INNER TEMPLE, BARRISTER AT LAW.

IN TEN VOLUMES.

VOL. IV.

LONDON :
THOMAS BLEN KARN, 19, CHANCERY LANE;
EDWARD LUMLEY, 56, CHANCERY LANE; AND
W. H. BOND, 8, BELL YARD, TEMPLE BAR.

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CLASS XV.

Wales, Counties Palatine, and Liberties.

[ No. I. ] 3 Edward I. (Westminster 1.) c. 17.-The remedy, if the distress be

impounded in a castle or fortress

[ No. II. ] Statutum Wallie.-Claus. 12 Edward I. dorso, in Turr. Lond.... ib.

[ No. III. ] 28 Edward III. c. 2.-Lords of the Marches of Wales shall be attend-

ant to the Crown of England, and not to the Principality of Wales ...... 15

[ No. IV. ] 1 Henry IV. c. 18.–Process against one of the county of Chester, which

commitieth an offence in another Shire

ib.

[ No. V. ] 2 Henry IV. c. 12.-Certain Restraints laid on wholly born Welsh-

16

[ No. VI. ] 2 Henry IV. c. 16.-If Welshmen do not restore to Englishmen the

Distresses taken by them within seven Days, Englishmen may return the like

measure to them ..

ib.

[ No. VII. ] 2 Henry IV. c. 17.-If a Welshman commit a felony in England, and

thereof is attainted, and after flieth into Wales, upon Certificate of the King's

Justices he shall be executed

ib.

[ No. VIII. ] 2 Henry IV. c. 19.- No Englishman shall be condemned at the

Suit of a Welsliman in Wales, but only by English Justices, or English Bur-

gesses ......

ib.

( No. IX. ) 2 Henry IV. c. 20.-No Welshman shall purchase land in England,

por in the English Towns in Wales

ib.

( No. X. ] 4 Henry IV. c. 26.—Englishmen shall not be convict by Welshmen in

Wales ..

ib.

[ No. XI. ] 4 Henry IV. c. 27.—There shall be no Wasters, Vagabonds, &c. in
Wales

ib.

[ No. XII. ] 4 Henry IV. c. 28.—There shall be no Congregations in Wales. ib.

( No. XIII. ] Henry IV. c. 29.-Welshmen shall not be armed ..... ... ib.

[ No. XIV. ] 4 Henry IV. c. 30.-No Victual or armour shall be carried into

Wales

17

[ No. XV. ] 4 Henry IV. c. 31.--A Welshman shall not have any House of De-

fence

ib.

[ No. XVI. ) 4 Henry IV. c. 32.-No Welshman shall be an officer

ib.

[ No. XVII. ) 4 Henry IV. c. 33.-Castles and walled Towns in Wales shall be

kept by Englishmen

ib.

[ No. XVIII.) 4 Henry IV. c. 34.—No English Man that marrieth a Welsh

Woman shall be in any office in Wales

ib.

[ No. XIX. ] i Henry V. c. 6,-No Welshman shall take Revenge against those

Englishmen which did pursue their Friends in the late Rebellion

17

[ No. XX. ] 26 Henry VIII. c. 4.–For Jurors in Wales

ib.

[ No. XXI. ] 26 Henry VIII. c. 5.-For the Passage over the Severn 18

[ No. XXII. ] 26 Henry VIII. c. 6.—The Bill concerning Councils in IVales. 19

[ No. XXIII. ] 27 Henry VIII. c. 5.–For the making of Justices of Peace

within Chester and Wales

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