ACTS OF PARLIAMENT in IRELAND. MS 603, p. 151 1 June 1562
MS 603, p. 151
Calendar of the Carew Manuscripts preserved in the Archiepiscopal Library at Lambeth, ed. J. S. Brewer & W. Bullen (6 vols., 1867-73), vol. I, document 233.
A note of certain Acts of Parliament," from 11 Hen. IV. to 33 Hen. VIII.
11 Hen. IV.--An act for coyne and livery, and the takers to be adjudged traitors.
25 Hen. VIII.--A subsidy for extinguishing coyne and livery for three years.
28 Hen. VI.--"That every liegeman may kill or take a thief or murderer taken with the manner, and shall have for his labour 1d. of every ploughland, and of every cottier ½d.; and townships to be amerced for escapes.
11 Henry IV.--Shreives of shires or justices of peace receiving or succouring felons to be accompted accessories.
32 Hen. VI.--"A recital of a good act made at Kilkenny, that one shire being at war with Irishmen, the other shires adjoining shall take their part.
32 Hen. VI.--That he that shall build a castle upon a border have 10l.
29 Hen. VI.--That no ship transport any labourer over sea upon pain of 40s.
36 Hen. VI.--The closing of Dundalk vacat, but it were good to be renewed.
10 Edw. IV.--Concerning the prices of all kind of victuals and merchandises.
10 Edw. IV.--That commissioners be assigned to search men's "hagardes," to cause them to bring corn to the market.
7 Edw. IV.--Authority given to the Lord Deputy to levy such black rents as before were paid to Irishmen to hire soldiers.
16 Edw. IV.--The Deputy made a Deputy when he went into England.
10 Hen. VII.--"Assault for death of men made felony, and assaults or erites made felony, and order for the putting of the statute of Winchester in execution.
10 Hen. VII.--That if any person English or Irish move or stir against the Lord Deputy, or stir any Irishmen to make war upon the English pale, it is treason.
28 Hen. VIII.--"The order made by the Commissioners before rehearsed, notwithstanding Poynings' Act, and that owners of land on the marches either dwell there themselves, or else to set able persons there.
38 Hen VI.--That no subject of Ireland be compelled to depart the realm by virtue of any other seal than the seal of thesame realm, upon forfeiture of lands and goods.
In an Elizabethan hand. Endorsed by Cecil: "1 Junii, 1562. A note of certen Actes of Parlement in Irland." Those only are noticed above which are not contained either in the "Statutes at Large," or "in the following document.