Provisions mad* against the See Apostolick of Rome, since the twentieth year
of King Henry the Eighth, and for the Establishment of all Spiritual and Eccle-
siastical Possessions and Hereditaments conveyed to the Laity 12
[ No. XLI. ] 1 Elizabeth, c. It—An Act to restore to the Crown the ancient Juris-
diction over the Estate Ecclesiastical and Spiritual, and abolishing all foreign
Powers repugnant to the same ib.
[ No. XLII. ] 1 Elizabeth, c. 2.—An Act for the Uniformity of Common Prayer
and Service in the Church, and Administration of the Sacramen t ........ ib.
[ No. XLIII. ] 5 Elizabeth, c. 1.—An Act for the Assurance of the Queen's Royal
Power over all Estates and Subjects within her Dominions 16
[ No. XLIV. ] 13 Elizabeth, c. 1.—It shall be High Treason to intend Destruction
or bodily Harm to the Queen, or to levy War, or to move others to War against
her, or to affirm, That the Queen ought not to enjoy the Crown, but some other
Person ; or to publish,That the Queen is an Heretick, Schismatick, Tyrant, In-
fidel, or Usurper of ihe Crown; or to claim Right to the Crown, or to usurp the
same during the Queen's Life ; or to affirm the Right in Succession of the Crown.
in some other than the Queen; or to affirm, That the Laws and Statutes do not
bind the Right of the Crown, and the Descent, Limitation, Inheritance or Go-
'' vernance thereof ii-
[ No. XLV. ] 13 Elizabeth, c. 2.—An Act against the bringing in, and putting in
Execution of Bulls, Writings, or Instruments, and other Superstitious Things
from the See of Rome '. 17
[ No. XLVI. ] 13 Elizabeth, c. 12.—An Act for the Ministers of the Church to be
of sound Religion ib.
[ No. XLVII. ] 23 Elizabeth, c. 1.—An Act to retain the Queen's Majesty's Sub-
jects in their due Obedience ib.
[ No. XLVIII. ] 27 Elizabeth, c. 2.—An Act against Jesuits, Seminary Priests,
and other such like disobedient Persons 18
[ No. XL1X. ] 29 Elizabeth, c. 6.—An Act for the more speedy and due Execution
of certain Branches of the Statute made in the twenty-third Year of the Queen's
Majesty's Reign, intituled, "An Act to retain the Queen's Majesty's Subjects
in their due Obedience" ii.
I No. L. ] 31 Elizabeth, c. 6.—An Act against Abuses in Election of Scholars,
and Presentation to Benefices ib.
[ No. Li. ] 35 Elizabeth, c. 1.—An Act to retain the Queen's Majesty's Subjects in
their due Obedience ib.
f Nb. LII. ] 35 Elizabeth, c. 2.—An Act for restraining Popish Recusants to some
certain Places of Abode 19
[ No. LI1I. ] 1 James I. c. 4.—An Act for the due Execution of the Statutes against
Jesuits, Seminary Priests, Recusants, &c ib.
[ No. L1V. ] 3 James I. c. 4.—An Act for the better discovering and repressing of
Popish Recusants ii.
[ No. LV. ] 3 James I. c. 5.—An Act to prevent and avoid Dangers which grow
by Popish Recusants 21
[ No. LVI. ] 7 James I. c. 6.—An Act for administering the Oath of Allegiance
and Reformation of Married Women Recusants ib.
I No. LVI I. ] 3 Charles I. c. 2.—An Act for the further Reformation of Sundry
Abuses committed on the Lord's Day, commonly called Sunday ib.
[ No. LVIII. ] 16 Charles I. c. 11.—A Repeal of the Branch of a Statute Prime
Elizabeths, concerning Commissioners for Causes Ecclesiastical ib.
[ No. LIX. ] 13 Charles II. st. 2. c. 1.—An Act for the well governing and regula-
ting of Corporations ib.
[ No. LX. ] 13 and 14 Charles II. c. 1.—An Act for preventing the Mischiefs anil
Dangers that may arise by certain Persons called Quakers, and others, refusing
to take lawful Oaths 21
t No. LXI. ] 13 and 14 Charles II. c. 4.—Ah Act for the Uniformity of Public
Prayers, and Administration of Sacraments, and other Rites and Ceremonies:
And for establishing the Form of Making, Ordaining, and Consecrating Bishops<
Priests, and Deacons, in the Church of England • ib-