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Headline Parliament Speaks: Jail or Fine for Unlawful Gameplaying  +
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TextThis property is a special property in this wiki. <p>An Act of Parliament forbade unla <p>An Act of Parliament forbade unlawful games as conducive to disorder and as discouraging the practice of archery. The games that were forbidden, under penalty of two years' imprisonment or a fine of ten pounds, were these: quoits, football, closh, kails, half-bowls, hand-in and hand-out, chequer-board.</p> <p>This Act is cited as Rot. Parl. VI, 188. Information provided by John Thorn, email of 2/27/2008.</p> <p><b>Caveat:</b> The list of proscribed games is similar to the Edward III's prohibition [see #1363.1 above] adding "hand-in and hand-out" in place of a game translated as "club-ball" or "stick-ball." We are uncertain as to whether hand-in and hand-out is the ancestor of a safe-haven game.</p> e ancestor of a safe-haven game.</p>
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