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churches and chapels, or property belonging
to corporations, see the act, s. 11. Proceedings where the damage does not exceed 301.
dred, or other like district, where the damage
(a) According to the form set forth in the schedule to the act.
day of holding the sp. p. sess. Id. s. 3.
or any adjournment thereof, are to hear and
(s.7. p. 75, ante.). Id. s. 9. ·
which exceed that sum, see 3. 1. 5. 11.
(a) According to the form set forth in the schedule of this act.
peerage is arraigned on any ind. for treason,
7 & 8 Geo. 4. c. 28. s. 1. Any person prosecuted in the K. B. (or Dub
lin) for any misd. either by inf. or indict. removed into that Ct, and shall appear in term, shall not imparle, but shall plead or demur in four days from the time of ap
pearance. 60 Geo. 3. and i Geo. 4. C. 4. In default of appearance, or pleading, or demurring as aforesaid, judg. may be entered
against defendants as for want of a plea. Id. In case defendant appears by his clerks in Ct.
he shall not imparle to the following term, but a rule to plead may forthwith be given, and a plea or demurrer enforced or judgment entered thereupon in the same manner as might have been done before the passing of this act, in cases where defendant had appeared by his clerk in Ct. or attorney. Id.
shewn, allow further time to plead or demur. a
Id. s. 2.
indict. at any sessions of the peace, or of
removed by certiorari. Id. s. 3.
found as after. Id. s. 4.
to bail for 20 days, or had notice to appear
at that sess. Id. s. 5.
moved into the adjoining co. under 38 G. 3.
(a) In misd. the defendant has no right to traverse till the next sess. if he has been in custody or out on bail for twenty days or more.
(6) Where a defendant has been held to bail, or comm. for
Solicitor General, the Ct, shall, if required,
in Ct. or attorney free of expence, And if the prisoner shall not be brought to
trial within 12 cal. m. after a plea of not
nature of quo warranto nor for non-repair of
any bridge or highway. Id...
poisoned, or otherwise hurt upon the sea, or
more than 20 days on a charge of fel. and the bill before the grand jury is returned “no true bill,” but a bill for a misd. in attempting fel. is found, the defendant is entitled to traverse. Rex v. James, 3 Car. & P. 222.