AN ACT FOR A SEAL OF THE Parliament of the Commonwealth OF ENGLAND.

BE it Enacted by this present Parliament, That the Seal En­graven with the Arms of England and Ireland (that is to say, A Cross and a Harp) with this Inscription in the Circle, that is to say (The Seal of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Eng­land) shall be the Seal of the Parliament of the Commonwealth of Eng­land, to be onely used by Order of Parliament. And be it further En­acted, That whosoever shall counterfeit the same, shall be adjudged and taken to be guilty of High Treason, and shall be tryed in such maner, and undergo the like penalties as are appointed by any Act of Parliament in case of High Treason.

ORdered by the Parliament, That this Act be forthwith printed and published.

Hen: Scobell, Cleric. Parliamenti.

London, Printed by Edward Husband and John Field, Printers to the Par­liament of England, 1650.

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