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January 1573 Legislation
Legislation
January 1573 Touching the recovering and collecting of the king's majesty's jewels and moveables
[A1573/1/14]* Touching the recovering and …
January 1573 Concerning [Archibald Campbell], earl of Argyll and certain other noblemen
[A1573/1/15]* Concerning [Archibald Campbell …]
January 1573 [Concerning the inhabitants of Edinburgh]
[A1573/1/16]* [Concerning the inhabitants …
30 April 1573 1573, 30 April, Holyrood, Parliament
1573, 30 April, Holyrood, Parliament
30 April 1573 Additional Source
Additional Source
30 April 1573 30 April 1573
30 April 1573
30 April 1573 Procedure: preamble
[A1573/4/1]* Procedure: preamble In the parliament …
  1. This act is not included in The Actis of King James the Sext, printed by R. Lekprevick (St Andrews, 1573). Bound with earlier parliamentary material at NLS, Black Acts, 1566-94, H.33.c.21, Scots Acts of Parliament, H.33.c.23 or Scots Acts, H.33.c.25. A version at NAS, PA6/1, 1572/3 appears to be a draft and may not have been passed by parliament. Back
  2. This act is not included in The Actis of King James the Sext, printed by R. Lekprevick (St Andrews, 1573). Bound with earlier parliamentary material at NLS, Black Acts, 1566-94, H.33.c.21, Scots Acts of Parliament, H.33.c.23 or Scots Acts, H.33.c.25. A version at NAS, PA6/1, 1572/3 appears to be a draft and may not have been passed by parliament. Back
  3. This act is not included in The Actis of King James the Sext, printed by R. Lekprevick (St Andrews, 1573). Bound with earlier parliamentary material at NLS, Black Acts, 1566-94, H.33.c.21, Scots Acts of Parliament, H.33.c.23 or Scots Acts, H.33.c.25. A version at NAS, PA6/1, 1572/3 appears to be a draft and may not have been passed by parliament. Back
  4. Goodare discusses evidence that the pacification of Perth, concluded on 23 February 1573, was ratified by this parliament. It is missing from the register, but mentioned in TA, xii, p.341. The text of the pacification is at RPCS, ii, pp.193-200. See J. Goodare, 'The Scottish parliamentary records, 1560-1603', Historical Research, 72 (1999), p.262. English reports state that other acts, for which no text survives, were also passed in this parliament: 1. The restoration of George Gordon, earl of Huntly, Sir James Balfour of Pittendreich, David Seaton of Parbroath and Alexander Stewart, captain of Blackness; 2. The forfeiture of James Beaton, archbishop of Glasgow, William Chisholm, bishop of Dunblane, John Home, lord Home, Henry Echline, laird of Pettadro, Mr John Home, bastard son to Lord Home, Cuthbert Ramsay, Patrick Thompson, James Mossman, goldsmith, and William Henderson (called Bludwytte); 3. Ratification of the king's authority and the invalidity of all things done by any other authority; 4. The recovery of Edinburgh Castle. See CSP Scot., iv, p.555. Pitscottie also mentions another potential act passed in this parliament, requiring all ministers to have two or three parish churches, when they had but one before. See R. Lindsay of Pitscottie, Historie and Cronicles of Scotland, ed. Æ. J. G. Mackay (3 vols, Scottish Text Society, 1899-1911), ii, pp.302-3. Back
  5. The Actis of King James the Sext, printed by R. Lekprevick (St Andrews, 1573), f.14r. Bound with earlier parliamentary material at NLS, Acts 1566, Ry.II.b.7. Back