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ABDUCTION, Forcible,
Of women, on account of their property, fel. 9G. 4.

pun. Tr. life or 7 years, or Impr. with or S: 19.
without H. L. not ex. 4 yrs. 9 Geo. 4. c.31. .

s. 19.
Of girls under 16 yrs. misd. pen. Fine or Impr. s. 20.

or both, as the Ct. shall award. Id. s. 20.
ABETTERS. See Accessories.
ABORTION.
Administering drugs, or using other means to s. 13.

procure abortion of a woman quick with

child, fel. pun. D. Id. s. 13.
If the woman be not quick with child, fel. pun.

Tr. not ex. 14 nor less than 7 yrs. or Impr.
with or without H. L. not ex. 3 yrs. at the

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ABORTION-continued. .

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disc. of the Ct, and if a male, to be once,
twice, or thrice pub. or priv. W. in add. to

Impr. Id.
Aiders and abetters therein are liable to the

same pun. Id.
ACCESSARIES,
Before the fact in fel. may be indict. and conv.

as access. before the fact to the prin. fel. together with the fel. or may be indict. and conv. of a substantive fel. whether the prin. fel, shall or shall not be amenable to justice, and may be pun, in the same manner as an access. before the fact to the same fel. if conv. as an access. may be pun. and the offence may be tried and pun. by any C. having juris. to try the princ. fel. in the same manner as if the offence had been comm. at the same place as the prin. fel. altho' the offence was comm. at sea or land, within H.M.'s

dom. or without. 7 Geo. 4. c. 64. s. 9. If the prin. fel. is comm. in one co. and the - counselling, procuring, &c. be comm. in ano

ther co. the last offence may be enquired of, · tried, and pun. in either co. Id.' But no one, duly tried for any such offence,

whether as an access. before the facts, or for a substantive fel. can be again indict. or tried for the same offence. Id.

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ACCESSARIES-continued. '. '
After the fact, in fel, whether it be a fel. at 7 G. 4.

com. law or by stat. the offence may be tried C.

and pun. by the Ct. having juris. to try the :: prin. off. in the same manner as if the offence

had been comm. in the same place as the

prin. fel. altho' the offence was comm. at sea .? or on land, within H.M.'s dom. or without. ...? Id. s. 10.

" If the prin. fel. is comm. in one co. and the s. 10. "}} offence of the access. is comm. in another

A co. the access. may be tried and pun. in f either co.' Id. . **But no such person, duly tried as an access. s. 10. ' Bo vij shall be indict. or tried again for the same

..'s offence. Id. Before and after the fact when the prin. fel. of scis not attainted. 4. When a princ. off. is in any wise conv. of any s. 11. I fel. any access. either before or after the fact,

may be proceeded against in the same mancosto ner as if the princ. fel. had been attainted

)IIB thereof, notwithstanding the prin. fel. shall tus in die or be admitted to the benefit of clergy,

pardoned, or otherwise delivered before at993114# tainder ; and such access. 'shall suffer the wat is same pun. if conv. as if the princ. off. had 4,311) been attainted. Id. s. 11.

B. 2. .

ACCESSARIES—continued. 7 & G. 4. Before the fact-In malicious injuries. c. 30.

In every fel. pun. (under the 7 and 8 Geo 4.

c. 30.) every princ. in the second degree, and every access. before the fact, shall be punishable with D. or otherwise as the princ. in the first degree is punishable. 7 & 8 Geo. 4.

c. 30. Every access. after the fact to a fel. punishable

under the same act, on conv. pun. Inpr. not

ex. 2 yrs. Id. And every aider or abetter, &c. to any misd.

pun. under the said act, to be indict. and pun. as a princ. Id. See Principal and

Accessary, ante. s. 27.

And when any person shall be conv. of any indict.

off. punishable under the said act, for which Impr. may be awarded, the Ct. may sentence the off. to Impr. and H. L. and also sol. con. for the whole or any part of the Impr. or of such Impr. with H. L. as the Ct. think fit.

Id. s. 27. S. 42.

Where any fel. or misd. punishable under the said

act, is comm. within the jurisd. of the Admiralty, the same shall be dealt with and tried as any other fel. or misd. comm. within that

jurisd. Id. s. 42. . But not to extend to the Post Office, Revenue

Stores, Bank, or South Sea Company. Id.

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