British Regnal Years
Regnal years run from the date of the monarch's accession to the throne until the same date in the next calendar year. Thus an event occurring on March 24, 1626, would be the first regnal year of King Charles I who acceded to the throne on March 27, 1625. British statutes are usually cited by regnal years.
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