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Several votes of the Commmons assembled in Parliament concerning delinquents
England and Wales. Parliament. House of Commons.
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Several votes of the Commmons assembled in Parliament concerning delinquents Published: () A vote of the Parliament touching delinquents. Several votes of the Commmons assembled in Parliament concerning delinquents Published: () A briefe declaration of all the penall stattuts now in force against the recusants of this kingdome: made and enacted by severall Parliaments in the reigns of Q.
Elizabeth, K. James, and K. Charles for the suppressing of popery in this realme: most. All the severall ordinances and orders made by the Lords and Commons assembled in Parliament concerning sequestring the estates of delinquents, together with instructions () [England and Wales.
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