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Acts of the Parliament of England
Acts of the Parliament of England during the reign of Henry V
These are the Acts of the Parliament of England, which remained in existence until the Act of Union 1707, during the reign of Henry V Preceded by the reign of Henry IV and followed by the reign of Henry VI .
Regnal Year Calendar Year Statute Chapter Long title(s) Short title Subject Notes
1 1413 1 For Election of Knights and Burgesses of the Parliament. Parliamentary Elections Act 1413 Parliamentary elections Rep., 14 Geo. 3. c. 58.
1 1413 2 Confirmation of former Statutes made for pulling down of Wears and Kiddels, &c. Weirs Act 1413 Wears Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
1 1413 3 Against Forgers of false Deeds. Forgery Act 1413 Forgery
1 1413 4 To prevent Extortions of Sheriffs and their Bailiff's. Bailiffs of Sheriffs, etc. Act 1413 Bailiffs of sheriffs, &c. Rep., 19 & 20 Vict. c. 64.
1 1413 5 For Addition to be given, in case where Process of Outlawry lieth. Statute of Additions (Details on Original Writs and Indictments) Act 1413 Indictment: Writ.
1 1413 6 English Mens Punishment of Misdemeanors in Wales shall not be revenged. Wales Act 1413 Wales Rep., Stat. Law Rev. Act. 1863.
1 1413 7 Touching French Men beneficed in England. Restraint of Aliens Holding Benefices Act 1413 Benefice
1 1413 8 To prevent the Repair of Irish Men into England. Irish Mendicants, etc. Act 1413 Irish mendicants, &c. Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
1 1413 9 Revocation of certain Grants of Lands and Offices in Calais. Grants of Revenues, etc. of Calais Act 1413 Grants of revenues, &c. of Calais
1 1413 10 By what Measure Purveyors shall take Corn. Corn Measure Act 1413 Corn measure Rep. in qualified terms, 5 Geo. 4. c. 74. s. 23.
Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
2 1414 1 1 Power given to Ordinaries to inquire of the Government of Hospitals. Visitation of Hospitals Act 1414 Hospital
2 1414 1 2 Touching Writs of Certiorari and Corpus cum causa granted for Persons in Execution. Certiorari Act 1414 Capias ad Satisfaciendum: Certiorari
2 1414 1 3 For granting a Copy of a Libel in the Spiritual Court. Libels in Spiritual Courts Act 1414 Ecclesiastical Courts
2 1414 1 4 Touching Labourers, and of the Office of a Justice of the Peace. Sessions (Quarter) Act 1414 Justice of the Peace : Sessions (quarter) Rep. in part as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863
2 1414 1 5 Process against Felons dwelling in Tindale and Examshire. Outrages in Certain Franchises Act 1414 Outrages in certain franchises Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
2 1414 1 6 Concerning the Observation of Truce and Safe Conduits. Safe Conducts Act 1414 Safe-conducts
2 1414 1 7 For Reformation of Heresy and Lollardy. Suppression of Heresy Act 1414 Suppression of heresy Rep., 1 Eliz. c. 1. s. 6. (s. 15., Ruff.)
2 1414 1 8 For Suppressing of Riots, Routs, and unlawful Assemblies. Riot Act 1414[1] Riot
2 1414 1 9 Touching Process against Rioters that flee into Woods. Murder, etc. Act 1414 Murder, &c. Rep. in part—
—as to India, 9 Geo. 4. c. 74. s. 125.
—as to I., 10 Geo. 4. c. 34. s. 1.
Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
2 1414 2 1 What Persons shall be Justices of Peace. Qualifications of Justices of the Peace Act 1414
2 1414 2 2 For Wages of Priests. Chaplains, Jurors, etc. Act 1414 Chaplains, jurors, &c. Rep. in part—
—3 Geo. 4. c. 41. s. 5.
—as to I., 3 & 4 Will. 4. c. 91. s. 50.
—19 & 20 Vict. c. 64.
Rep. as to E., except c. 1., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
2 1414 2 3 For the Sufficiency of Jurors.
2 1414 2 4 Touching Goldsmiths and Gilding of Silver Ware.
2 1414 2 5 To prevent Rebellions of Welsh Men.
2 1414 2 6 For Shipping of Staple Ware.
3 1415 For abolishing of Galley Halfpence, Sufkins, and Dotkins. Money Act 1415 Money Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
3 1415 1 Confirmation of Liberties and Franchises, and Statutes not repealed. Attorneys, Bretons, Provisors Act 1415 Attorneys, Bretons, provisors Rep. in part, 2 & 3 Will 4. c. 34. s. 1.
Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
3 1415 2 Touching Abbots and Priors being Suitors to Courts Baron in Yorkshire and Lancashire.
3 1415 3 Britons not made Denizens shall depart the Realm.
3 1415 4 All Provisions, Licences, and Pardons, touching Benefices full of an Incumbent, shall be void.
3 1415 5 Touching Attaints upon a false Verdict given in the City of Lincoln.
3 1415 7 Against the clipping, washing, and filing of Money.
3 1415 8 Touching Fees for Probates of Testaments.
4 1416 1 Confirmation of the Great Charter, the Charter of the Forest, and of Statutes not repealed. Confirmation of Charters and Statutes Act 1416 Charter: Forest.
4 1416 2 For Sheriffs to have Allowance of certain Estreats their Accounts. Sheriffs, Pattens, Wages, Merchant Strangers, etc. Act 1416 Sheriffs, pattens, wages, merchant strangers, &c. Rep. in part—
—Ja. I. c. 1.
—3 Geo. 4. c. 41. s. 1.
—19 & 20 Vict. c. 64.
Rep. as to E., except c. 1 ., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
4 1416 3 Touching Patten-makers.
4 1416 4 Against taking of excessive Wages of Servants of Husbandry.
4 1416 5 Confirmation of the Statutes made; H. 4. cap. 7. & cap, 9. for Hosts to be assigned to Merchant Strangers.
4 1416 6 Touching Benefices granted to Irishmen.
4 1416 7 In what Cases Letters of Marque may be granted.
4 1416 8 The King's Pardon.
5 1417-8 Abbots and others may make Attornies until the next Parliament. Attorneys Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
7 1419 For appealing and indicting Men of Lancashire, &c. Process against Makers, &c. of false Deeds. Indictments, forgery Rep., except as to S.& I.,7 Geo.4. c.64. s.32.
Rep. in part as to I., 9 Geo. 4, c. 53. s. 1.
8 1420 1 That in the King's Absence in France the Teste of the Writs be in the Name of the Lieutenant. Parliament, Gold and Silver Act 1420 Parliament, gold & silver Rep. in part—
—3 Geo. 4. c. 41. s. 3.
—19 & 20 Vict. c. 64.
Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
8 1420 2 For Bullion to be brought to the Mint by Merchants of the West.
8 1420 3 Touching Gilding and Silvering of divers Things.
9 1421 1 1 Touching Appeals and Indidtments. Indictments, etc. Act 1421 Indictments, &c. Rep.—
—except as to S. & I., 7 Geo. 4. c. 64. s. 32.
—as to I., 9 Geo. 4. c. 53. s. 1.
9 1421 1 2 Touching Exigents against any in Lancashire. Outlawries Act 1421 Outlawries Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
9 1421 1 3 Touching Protections for such as served the King in Normandy. Assizes, Protection, etc. Act 1421 Assises, protections, &c.
9 1421 1 4 Touching the amending of Records. Amendment Act 1421 Amendment.
9 1421 1 5 For making of Sheriffs and Escheators. Sheriffs, etc. Act 1421 Sheriffs, &c. Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
9 1421 1 6 Touching the Mint and Coinage at Calais. Mint at Calais Act 1421 Mint at Calais
9 1421 1 7 Against: the Men of Riddesdale offending in Northumberland, and other Places. Offenders in the Franchise of Ridesdale Act 1421 Ridesdale, Franchise of.
9 1421 1 8 Against Scholars of Oxford hunting by Night. Offences by Scholars of Oxford Act 1421 Offences by scholars of Oxford Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
9 1421 1 9 Abbots and other Religious Persons discharged of Collection of Dismes out of the County where they dwell. Abbots, etc. Act 1421 Abbots, &c.
9 1421 1 10 Touching the Measure of Keels to carry Sea-Coals from Newcastle. Coal-keels at Newcastle Act 1421 Coal-keels at Newcastle Rep., 19 & 20 Vict. c. 64.
9 1421 1 11 Against Washers and Clippers of Money. Gold Coin Act 1421 Gold coin Rep. as to E., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
9 1421 1 12 Touching Rochester Bridge. Rochester Bridge Act 1421 (Local)
9 1421 2 1 Confirmation of all Statutes not repealed concerning Gold and Silver. Money, Exchanges, Tithes Act 1421 Money, exchanges, tithes Rep. in part, 3 Geo. 4. c. 41. s. 1.
Rep. as to E., except c. 1 1., Stat. Law Rev. Act, 1863.
9 1421 2 2 Concerning the Exchanges in London.
9 1421 2 3 Touching the Payment of Exchange.
9 1421 2 4 For bringing of the Money received for the Exchange to the Tower.
9 1421 2 5 Touching the Mint at Calais.
9 1421 2 6 For good Allay in the Monies.
9 1421 2 7 For the Weight of Nobles, Half Nobles, and Farthings of Gold.
9 1421 2 8 For Commissioners to inquire of Counterfeiters and Makers of false Weights.
9 1421 2 9 Touching Exchange to the Court of Rome.
9 1421 2 10 For Relief of the Collectors of Dismes and Quinzismes.
9 1421 2 11 Certain Roads about Abingdon shall be repaired. Repair of Roads and Bridges Between Abingdon and Dorchester Act 1421 (Local)
10 1422 1 Mint, Exchanges, Purveyance, Irishmen, etc. Act 1422
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  1. Short title from the Statute Law Revision Act 1948, Second Schedule.

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