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Compare 1577 edition: 1 2 That no religious person or préest should be permitted to passe the seas, or to come into the relme of England, except he had letters of safe conduct from the iusticers for passage ouer, and of the king for his returne from thence.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 Appeales forbidden.3 That no man should appeale to the said pope or archbishop, nor by their appointment hold any plée: and if any person were found dooing the contrarie herevnto, he should be taken and committed to pri|son.

Compare 1577 edition: 1 4 That if any maner of person, either spirituall or temporall, were obedient to the sentence of the in|terdiction, the same person should be banished the realme without delaie, and all his linage with him, so as they should not conueie with them any of their goods, the which togither with their possessions should be seized into the kings hands.

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