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Acts and ordnances of the Interregnum (1642-1660)

The full text of legislation passed into law at Westminster during the Interregnum (English and wider civil war period and after). Contains over 900 pieces of legislation published in three volumes. These range from that concerning the trial and execution of William Laud, Archbishop of Canterbury; to the regulation of trade in currants and from the propagation of the Gospel in the New World to the draining of the Great Fen. 3 volumes.