An abstract of al the penall statutes which be generall, in force and vse wherein is contayned the effect of all those statutes which doe threaten to the offendours therof the losse of life, member, landes, goods, or other punishment or forfaiture whatsoeuer. 2 Whereunto is also added in their apt titles, the effect of such other statutes, wherein there is any thing materiall and most necessary for eche subiect to knowe. 3 Moreouer the aucthoritie [et] duetie of al iustices of peace, shirifes, coroners, eschetors, maiors, baylifes, customers, comptroulers of custome, stewardes of leetes and liberties, aulnegers and purueiours, and what things by the letter of seuerall statutes in force they may, ought, or are compellable to doe, collected by Fardinando Pulton of Lincolnes Inne Gentelman.
In ædibus Richardi Tottelli,
[27 January,] Anno Dominj. 1577 [i.e. 1578] Cum priuilegio Regiæ Maiestatis.
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