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Compare 1587 edition: 1 Sixtly,Teſtaments how they ſhoulde be made. that the ſicke ſhould cauſe his teſtamẽt to bee made and read in preſence of credible per|ſons, and if they had wyues, theyr debts and ſer|uantes wages deducted, the reſidue of theyr goods ſhould be deuided into three parts, whereof ye wife was to haue one, the children another, and the thirde to be employed about his funerals, and o|therwiſe as he ſhould appoynt. If he had no law|full iſſue, then his goodes to bee deuided betwixt him and his wife, and if he had children and hys wife deceaſſed, then the ſame to bee deuided be|twixt him and his children.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Funerals.Seuenthly, that the funerals of the dead be de|uoutly and ſolemnly kept and executed.

Compare 1587 edition: 1 Vniformitie in Church ſer|uice with the Engliſh church.Eightly, for as much as it had pleaſed God to deliuer them vniuerſally into the gouernment of the Engliſhe Nation, it was decreed that in all poyntes, rytes and ceremonies, they ſhould agree in forme with the Church of England.

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