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In 1536 Wales was united with England to form England and Wales; In 1707 Scotland was united with England and Wales to form Great Britain

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Uniform title: Laws, etc
by England and Wales
London: : Printed by Hen: Hills and John Field, printers to His Highness the Lord Protector., 1657
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Uniform title: Laws, etc
by England and Wales
London, : Printed by Iohn Field, printer to the Parliament of England, 1651
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Uniform title: Laws, etc
by England and Wales
London, : Printed for Edward Husband, printer to the Honorable House of Commons., February 8. 1646. [i.e. 1647]
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Uniform title: Laws, etc
by England and Wales
London: : Printed by Henry Hills and John Field, printers to His Highness the Lord Protector., 1657
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
 
Uniform title: Laws, etc. (Public General Acts)
by England and Wales
London : Printed by Henry Hills and Iohn Field, printers to His Highness the Lord Protector, 1657
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Uniform title: Laws, etc. (Public general acts)
by England and Wales
London: : Printed by Henry Hills and Iohn Field, printers to His Highness., 1657
BookBook, OnlineOnline
 
 
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