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Tudor royal proclamations

England. Sovereign, 1485-1536.

Tudor royal proclamations

(in 3 vols). Vol.2, The later Tudors (1553-1587) (and), Vol.3, The later Tudors (1588-1603).

by England. Sovereign, 1485-1536.

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Published by Yale U.P in New Haven, London .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Gt. Brit. -- Proclamations.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementedited by Paul L. Hughes and James F. Larkin :
    ContributionsHughes, Paul L., Larkin, James F., England & Wales. Sovereign, 1536-1603.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination2v.(xxiii,548p.xiii,439p.) ;
    Number of Pages548
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL21240127M
    ISBN 100300001037

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      A bibliography of royal proclamations of the Tudor and Stuart sovereigns and of others published under authority, by Crawford, James Ludovic Lindsay, Earl of, n ; Steele, Robert, n The Proclamation by the Crown Act (31 Hen. 8 c. 8; also known as the Statute of Proclamations) was a law enacted by the English Reformation Parliament of Henry permitted the King to legislate by decree, ordering that "traditional" proclamations (that is, any unable to impose the death penalty or forfeiture of goods) [clarification needed] should be .


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Hughes, Paul L., & Larkin, James F. (Author) See all formats and editions Hide other formats and editionsAuthor: ed. Hughes, Paul L., & Larkin, James F. A two volume, sturdy package containing transcriptions of the official proclamations of Queen Mary (62 ordinances) and Queen Elizabeth I ( proclamations).

This set is a chance to hold history in your hands. There are not any illustrations, maps, analysis, private letters, sketches, or other contextual appendage to the proclamations.4/5(1).

The proclamations cover almost every conceivable phase in the English constitutional, ecclesiastical, economic, and social developments of the time". Book about Edward VI--King of England, Henry VII--King of England, Henry VIII--King of England, Proclamations, Tudor England.

Time Period 15th Century & 16th Century. Locale. Tudor Royal Proclamations: The early Tudors, Volume 1 of Tudor Royal Proclamations, James Francis Larkin: Authors: Great Britain. Sovereign, England and Wales. Sovereign, Great Britain: Editors: Paul L. Hughes, James Francis Larkin: Publisher: Yale University Press, Export Citation: BiBTeX EndNote RefMan.

Tudor Royal Proclamations Volume II The Later Tudors book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers.5/5(1). Book Description Royal proclamations were an important instrument of Tudor government and their legislative function has long been a subject of historical controversy, but the actual use of them by the Tudor monarchs has not been adequately by: Tudor Royal Proclamations: The later Tudors (): Volume 2 of Tudor Royal Proclamations, James Francis Larkin: Author: Great Britain.

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Online shopping from a great selection at Books Store. A bibliography of royal proclamations of the Tudor and Stuart sovereigns and of others published under. Tudor Royal Proclamations. By Paul L. Hughes and James F. Larkin, C.S.V. II: The Later Tudors (–). xxiv + III: The Later Tudors (–).

Pp Author: C. Dugmore. Royal proclamations were an important instrument of Tudor government and their legislative function has long been a subject of historical controversy, but the actual use of them by the Tudor monarchs has not been adequately studied.

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This study investigates the independent prerogative which Mary I and Elizabeth I exercised through royal proclamations. These public documents were announced throughout England, informing men and arguing the Queen's positions, commanding local officials to perform specific actions, and on occasion creating new but temporary law that was designed to meet crisis.

Tudor Royal Proclamations. By Paul L. Hughes and James F. Larkin, C.S.V. II: The Later Tudors (–). xxiv + III: The Later Tudors (–). Home / Archives / Vol 7 No 3 () / Book reviews / Comptes rendus Tudor Royal Proclamations Vol. II: The Later Tudors, ; Vol. III: The Later Tudors,   Tudor and Stuart proclamations Calendared by Robert Steele under the direction of the Earl of Crawford by Crawford, James Ludovic Lindsay, Earl of, ; Steele, Robert, Pages: Royal Proclamation prohibiting the printing and publishing of ecclesiastical and other books without prior licence, as well as the importation, sale and publication of English language texts printed on the continent.

This Proclamation established the precedent for the pre-publication licensing of literary works in England. This book examines the textual basis of Tudor royal power. Through analyses of correspondence alongside genres including proclamations and historical chronicles, the book explores the visual and verbal practices that came to symbolise monarchic authority in the Tudor.

Robert Steele published a calendar of royal proclamations in which became the standard reference work for decades: Steele, Robert, A Bibliography of Royal Proclamations of the Tudor and Stuart Sovereigns With an Historical Essay on their Origin and Use, vol.

v, Bibliotheca Lindesiana (Oxford, ).Cited by: 5. Queen Mary (I) Tudor’s First Proclamation Aug Aug Carolina Casas On the 18th of AugustQueen Mary I issued her first royal proclamation in which she ambiguously told her subjects that they were .Genre/Form: History Sources: Additional Physical Format: Online version: England and Wales.

Sovereign. Tudor royal proclamations. New Haven: Yale University Press,