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Appointment Of Bishops Act 1533

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V Such Elections, Consecrations, &c. declared effectual.E+W

And every person and persons being hereafter chosen elected nomynate presented invested and consecrate to the dignitie or office of any Archebishop or Byshope, within this Realme or within any other the Kynges Domynyons, accordyng to the forme tenure and effecte of this presente acte, and suing theire temporalties out of the Kynges handes hys heires or successours as hath byn accustomed, and makyng a corporall othe to the Kynges Hyghnes and to none other in forme as is afore rehersed, shall and may from hensforth be trononysed or installed as the case shall require, and shall have and take their only restitucion out of the Kynges handes of all the possessions and profetts spirituall and temporall belongyng to the seid Archebishoperiche or Bishoppriche wherunto they shalbe soo elected or presented, and shalbe obeyed in all maner of thynges accordyng to the name title degree and dignitie that they shalbe so chosen or presented unto, and doo and execute in every thynge and thynges touchyng the same, as any Archebishope or Byshope of this Realme, without offendyng the prerogatyve Royall of the Crowne and the lawes and customes of this Realme, mought at any tyme heretofore doo.

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