Magna Charta, 9 Hen. 3.--A. D. 1225.
CHAP. 7. A widow shall have her marriage
and quarentine.--The king's widow, &c.
CHAP. 8. How sureties shall be charged to
CHAP. 18. The king's debtor dying, the king
shall be first paid.
CHAP. 25. There shall be but one measure
throughout the realm
Statute of Merton, 20 Hen. 3.--1235.
CHAP. 1. A woman shall recover damages
a writ of dower.
CHAP. 2. Widows may bequeath the crop of
CHAP. 9. He is a bastard that is born before
the marriage of his parents.
The statute de Anno Bissextili, 21 Hen.
CHAP. 4. The day of the leap year, and
the day before,
shall be holden for one day.
The statute de districtione saccarii, 51
Hen. 3, St. 4.--1266.
CHAP. 9. What distress shall be taken
for the king's debts,
and how it shall be used. (Part.)
Statute of Marlbridge, 52 Hen. 3.--1267.
CHAP. 4. A distress shall not be driven out
the county, and it shall be reasonable.
| CHAP. 15. In what places a distress shall
CHAP. 23. A remedy against accomptants.--
Fermors shall make no waste.
Statute of Westminster 1, 3 Edw. 1--
CHAP. 15. Which persons be mainpernable,
and which not.--The penalty for unlawful bailment.
CHAP. 16. None shall distrain out of his fee,
nor drive the distress out of the county.
CHAP. 17. The remedy, if a distress is impounded
in a castle or fortress.
CHAP. 49. The tenants plea in a writ of dower.
A statute de officio coronatoris, 4 Edw. 1,
Of what things a coroner shall enquire.
The statute of bigamy, 4 Edw. 1, St. 3.--
CHAP. 6. By what words in a feoffment, a
feoffor shall be bound to warranty.
Statute of Gloucester, 6 Edw. 1.--1278.
CHAP. 1. Several actions in which damages are
to be recovered.
CHAP. 5. Several tenants, against whom an action
of waste is maintainable.
CHAP. 7. A writ of entry in casu proviso,
upon a woman's alienation of dower.