Henry VIII,the Reign
Acts of Parliament
1 (Abjuration, benefit of clergy) c. 1. An Act that Felons abjuring for Petit Treason, Murder or Felony, shall not be admitted to the Benefit of their Clergy.
2 (Embezzlement) c. 2. An Act for continuing of two Statutes made in the last Parliament, touching such as go away with Caskets, Jewels, Goods or Plate of their Masters.
3 (Wales) c. 3. An Act giving the King's Highness Authority newly to allot the Townships in the Shires and Marches of Wales at any Time within three Years next ensuing.
4 (Cloths) c. 4. An Act repealing the Statute lately made for the bringing in of Doulas and Lockerams.
5 Apprentices Act 1536 c. 5. An Act for avoiding of Exactions taken upon Prentices in the Cities, Boroughs and Towns Corporate.
6 (Continuance of Acts) c. 6. An Act made for continuing of the Statutes for Beggars and Vagabonds; and against Conveyance of Horses and Mares out of this Realm; against Welshmen making Affrays in the Counties of Hereford, Gloucester and Salop; and against the Vice of Buggery.
7 (Succession to the Crown: marriage) c. 7. An Act for the Establishment of the Succession of the Imperial Crown of this Realm.
8 (Continuance of Acts) c. 8. An Act for Continuance of the Statutes against the Carriage of Brass, Laten and Copper out of this Realm; and for making of Cables and Ropes; and others.
9 (Continuance of Acts) c. 9. An Act for Continuance of the Statutes of Perjury; for making of Jayles; for Pewterers; and for sowing of Flax and Hemp.
10 See of Rome Act 1536 c. 10. An Act extinguishing the Authority of the Bishop of Rome.
11 Tithe Act 1536 c. 11 (still in force). An Act for Restitution of the First Fruits in Time of Vacation to the next Incumbent.
12 (Palace of Westminster) c. 12. An Act declaring the Limits of the King's Palace of Westminster. — this Act is still in force
13 (Clergy) c. 13. An Act compelling Spiritual Persons to keep Residence upon their Benefices.
14 (Wines) c. 14. An Act limiting the Prices of Wines.
15 Offences at Sea Act 1536 c. 15. An Act for Punishment of Pirates and Robbers of the Sea.
16 Ecclesiastical Licences Act 1536 c. 16. An Act for the Release of such as have obtained pretended Licences and Dispensations from The See of Rome.
17(Repeal of Acts) c. 17. An Act giving Authority to such as shall succeed to the Crown of this Realm, when they come to the Age of xxiv. Years, to make frustrate such Acts as shall be made afore in their Time.
18 (Treason) c. 18.
19 (Assurance of lands to St. Saviour's Bermondsey, to King) c. 19
20 (Assurance of lands to Dame Grace Parker) c. 20
21 (Exchange of lands, King and Prior of St. John of Jerusalem) c. 21
22 (Assurance of lands of Earl of Warwick to King) c. 22
23 (Pension to late Bishop of Chichester) c. 23
24 (Attainder of Lord Thomas Howard) c. 24
25 (Assurance of lands to Lord Beauchamp) c. 25
26 (Assurance of lands at Kew to Lord Beauchamp) c. 26
27 (Church of Elsing Spytle, parish church of St Alphes) c. 27 — this Act is still in force
28 (Assurance of Richard's castle to John Onley) c. 28
29 (Exchange of lands, King and Abbot of Westminster) c. 29
30 (Assurance of Stanton Barrey to King) c. 30
31 (Enlarging St Margaret's churchyard Southwark) c. 31 — this Act is still in force
32(Assurance of lands to King from Sir William Essex and others) c. 32
33 (Exchange, King and Bishop of Durham) c. 33
34 (Assurance of Baynard's Castle to Duke of Richmond) c. 34
35 (Exchange of lands, King and Lord Sandys) c. 35
36 (Award, Sir Adrian Fortescue and Sir Walter Stonor) c. 36
37 (Marriage of Richard Devereux) c. 37
38 (Assurance of Manors of Southwark and Parysgarden Hyde to Queen) c. 38
39 (Assurance of lands of Earldom of March to King) c. 39
40 (Assurance of Manor of Kyrteling to Edward North) c. 40
41 (Assurance of Manor of Birmingham to King) c. 41
42 (Exchange of lands, King and Abbot of Abingdon) c. 42
43 (Assurance of lands to Thomas Jermyn) c. 43
44 (Assurance of Manor of Haslingfield to Prior of Charterhouse) c. 44
45 (Jointure of Queen Jane) c. 45
46 Assurance of lands to Thomas Hatcliffe) c. 46
47 Assurance of lands to John Gostwick) c. 47
48(Marriage of Lord Bulbeck) c. 48
49 (Exchange of lands, King and Abbot of Westminster) c. 49
50 (Exchange of lands, King, Archbishop of Canterbury and Thomas Cromwell) c. 50
51 (Assurance of lands to Duchess of Suffolk) c. 51
52 (Lands of Lord Rochford and other persons attainted) c