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XLVI Ode. The Morning of the Day appointed for a General Thanksgiving, January 18, 1816

34 By the King. A Proclamation commanding all Jesuits, Seminaries, and other Priests, to depart the Realm by a day appointed. [Westminster 22 February 1604]

184 By the King. A Proclamation forbidding the eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish-dayes, appointed by the Law. [Westminster 6 February 1619]

43 By the King. A Proclamation appointing the day and place for the meeting of the Commissioners of England and Scotland. [Windsor Castle 15 September 1604]

193 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of killing, dressing, and eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish dayes, appointed by the Law, to be hereafter strictly observed by all sorts of people. [Royston 14 November 1619]

263 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of killing, dressing, and eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish daies, appointed by the Law, to be hereafter strictly observed by all sorts of people. [Newmarket 7 February 1625]

59 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of killing, dressing, and eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish-dayes, appointed by the Law, to be hereafter observed by all sorts of people. [Hampton Court 25 January 1627]

82 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of killing, dressing, and eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish-dayes, appointed by the Law, to be hereafter strictly observed by all sorts of people.1 [Whitehall 4 February 1628]

106 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of killing, dressing, and eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish-dayes appointed by the Law, to be hereafter observed by all sorts of people. [Whitehall 7 February 1629]

123 By the King. A Proclamation for restraint of Killing, Dressing, and Eating of Flesh in Lent, or on Fish-dayes appointed by the Law, to be hereafter observed by all sorts of people. [Whitehall 18 January 1630]

 

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The date specified in an Act of Parliament (or in a commencement order) for its coming into force.

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