Anno. XXIII. Henrici Octaui The king our soueraigne lord Henry the eyght by the grace of god kynge of England and of Fraunce defender of the faythe and lorde of Ireland, at the sessions of his high Court of parliament after diuers prorogations, holden at westminster the. XV. daye of Ianuary, in the XXIII. yere of his most noble reigne in the honour of almighty god a[nd] holy churche. and for the common weale and profit of this hisrealme, by the assent of the lordes spritual and temporal, and the commons in this present parliament assembled, and by auctoritie of the same, hath ordeined established and enacted certaine good statutes lawes and ordynaunces in maner and fourme folowynge.
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In Fletestrete by Thomas Berthelet prynter to the kynges moste noble grace,
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