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489 By the King. A Proclamation touching the Excise* layd by the Advice of the Lords and Commons of Parliament Assembled at Oxford. [Oxford 24 April 1644]

186 [Wallis]: Matters for a Bill in Parliament in Behalf of the University of Oxford Early 1659

J. R. Maddicott The Origins of the English Parliament, 924–1327. New York: Oxford University Press. 2010. Pp. xv, 526. $55.00.

377 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the payment and receipt of Customes, and other Maritime Duties upon the late pretended Ordinance of both Houses of Parliament. [Oxford 16 December 1642]

457 By the King. A Proclamation touching the Counterfeit Great Seale, Ordered by the two pretended Houses of Parliament to be put in use. [Oxford 24 November 1643]

502 By the King. A Proclamation to prorogue the Assembly of the Lords and Commons of Parliament at Oxford, untill the Ninth day of November next. [Exeter 21 September 1644]

378 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the payment and receipt of Tonnage and Poundage, and other impositions upon Merchandises, under colour of the late pretended Ordinance of both Houses of Parliament. [Oxford 16 December 1642]

410 By the King. A Proclamation prohibiting the assessing collecting or paying any Weekly Taxes, and Seizing or Sequestring the Rents or Estates of Our good Subjects, by colour of any Orders or pretended Ordinances of one or both Houses of Parliament. [Oxford 7 April 1643]

 

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1258.

The Oxford Parliament of June 1258 was summoned while there was much discontent with the rule of Henry III. By the provisions of Oxford, de Montfort and his supporters set up a council to control the king and supervise government. The experiment failed and led in 1264 to civil war.

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