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GEORGE IV. Page 6. c. 78. Quarantine I. 111, 113

perty of partners, Forgery-Quarantine

counties, &c., how II. 444

to be laid 16. xxiv, Perjury-Quarantine

xxv. II. 164, 166– II. 530

168, 218, 367, 369, c. 89. Buying, &c. Offices I. 149

371, 485, 495 c. 92. Marriage 1. 203, 204

s. 19. Plea of misnomer c. 105. Revenue Laws I. 117

Ib. xxv. II. 714 c. 106. Revenue Laws I. 117

S. 20, 21. Defects in iu-
Forgery-Customs II. 432

dictment Ib. xxv, Perjury--Customs II. 527

xxvi. II, 172, 173, c.107. Revenue Laws 1. 117 c. 108. Revenue Laws I. 117-125,

s. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27.
531, 547

Expences of pro-
Bribery
I. 157

secutions 16. xxvi, c. 112. Embezzlement - Ware

xxvii housed Goods II. 223

S. 28, 29, 30. Compensac. 119. Forgery - Newspaper

tion to those who Stamps, &c. II. 421

have been active in c. 126. Maiming, &c. in Scot

apprehending of
land
I. 595

fenders 1b. xxviii c. 129. Combinations of Work

s. 31. Estreating recogni-
men
II. 565, 566

Zances Ib. xxviii, C. 133. Seal of Apothecaries

xxix Company II. 702

s. 32. Repeal of former 7. c. 57. Perjury, &c.--Insolvents

acts, . Ib. xxix

II. 532 7 & 8. c. 18. Spring guns, manC. 64. s. 1, 2. Bail Add. Vol. I.

traps, &c. Add. Vol. I. p. xxi

. p. xix s. 2. Examination, &c. be

c. 27. Repealing act (see fore J. P.-recog

the Table of Re- nizances of witnes

pealed Statutes, ses Ib. xxii. II. 638,

post. Add. Vol. II. 655, 666

p. xli s. 3. Ditto, in cases of mis

c. 28. s. 1. Plea of not demeanors Ib. xxii

guilty' shall $. 4, 5, 6. Ditto, before co

put prisoner on roners Ib. xxii.

his trial 1b. I II. 662

s. 2. Entering a plea of s. 7, 8. Standing mute

not guilty' for the . challenging, &c.

prisoner

Ib. -outlawry, &c.

s. 3. Challenge beyond Ib. xxiii

legal number Ib. li 5. 9, 10, 11. Accessories

6. 4. Attainder not pleadIb. xxiii. II.

able Ib. li. II. 42, 44, 46, 47, 55,

180 60, 61, 93, 258,

s. 5. Jury not to enquire 183, 357, 371

whether prisoner s. 12. Offences on bound

fled, &c. Ib. li. II aries of counties

179 Ib. xxiv. II. 176

s. 6. Benefit of clergy s. 13. Offences on a jour

abolished Ib. li. II. ney Ib. xxiv. II. 176 s. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. In

s. 7. What felonies shall dictment - pro

be capital Ib. li

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7&8.c. 28. s. 8. Punishment of fe 17 & 8. c. 29. s. 10. Sacrilege, when lonies not other

capital II. 45 wise provided for

s. 11. Burglary, capital * Ib. li. II. 179

II. 44 5. 9. Hard labour, &c. Ib. li

s. 12. Housebreaking and s. 10. Punishment of per

stealing in a house, son already under

when capital II. 49, sentence Ib. li. II.

51 180, 489

s. 13. What buildings 5. 11. Punishment for

only are part of a subsequent felony

house for capital - form of indict

purposes 11. 55 ment and evidence,

s. 14. Robbery in any &c. Ib. li, lii. II.

building within the 180, 428,704

same, &c. II. 55 s. 12. Punishment of Ad

s. 15. Robbery in a miralty offences Ib. lii

shop, warehouse, s. 13. Effect of pardon on

or counting-house
convict
1b. lii

II. 60 s. 14. Rule for interpret

s. 16. Stealing certain ation of all crimi

goods in process of nal statutes Ib. lii. II.

manufacture II. 244 173

s. 17. Stealing goods from s. 15. Commencement of

a vessel in a port, act Ib. lii

river, or canal, &c. s. 16. Not to extend to

II. 194 Scotland or Ire

s. 18. Plundering or stealland Ib. lii

ing any part of the c. 29. s. ). Commencement of

tackle, &c. II. 194 act Add. Vol. I.

s. 19. Persons in posses

sion of shipwrecks. 2. Distinction between

ed goods, &c. II. 194 grand and petit lar

s. 20. If any person offers ceny abolished II. 29,

shipwrecked goods 150, 171, 592

. for sale, &c. II. 194 s. 3. Punishment for sim

s. 21. The stealing, &c. ple larceny II. 92,

of records, &c. II. 143

22. The stealing, &c. S. 4. Hard labour, &c.

of wills II. 142 II. 179

23. The stealing of s. 5. Stealing public and

writings relating to private securities

real estates II. 142 for money, &c. II. 144

s. 24. Provisions as to s. 6. Robbery from the

wills and writings, person, &c. II. 61, 90,

&c.

II. 142 91, 182

s. 25. Stealing horses, s. 7. Obtaining money,

cows, and sheep, - - &c. by threaten

&c.

II. 184 ing, &c. II. 578

s. 26. Stealing, &c. deer S. 8. Sending letters con

in any inclosed taining menacing

ground, felony II. 187 demands, &c. II. 579

s. 27. Suspected persons s. 9. What shall be deem

found in possession ed an infamous

of venison, &c. II. crime II. 62, 76

187

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GEORGE IV.

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Page 1 7 & 8. c. 29. s. 28. Setting engines 7 & 8. c. 29. s. 46. Clerks & servants for taking deer, or

stealing property pulling down park

of their masters fences II. 188

II. 206 s. 29. Deer-keepers, &c.

$. 47. Clerks or servants may seize the guns,

receiving any moII. 188

ney, &c. II. 207, 208 s. 30. Killing, &c. hares

S. 48. Distinct acts of emor conies in a war

bezzlement may be
ren in the night.

charged in the
time
II. 189

same indictment,
s. 31. Stealing dogs, or

&c. II. 207, 213, 214 stealing beasts or

s. 49. Agents embezzling birds, &c. II. 153

money entrusted s. 32. Persons found in

to them, &c. II. 219 possession of stolen

s. 50. Not to affect trusdogs, &c. II. 153

tees or mortgagees s. 33. Killing Pigeons II. 154

II. 220 s. 34. Taking fish in any

s. 51. Factors pledging water, &c. II. 191

for their own use, s. 35. The tackle of fish

II. 220 ers may be seized II. 192

s. 52. These provisions S. 36. Stealing oysters or

as to agents shall oyster brood from

not lessen any reoyster beds II. 192

medy, &c. II. 220 s. 37. Stealing from cer

s, 53, Obtaining money stain mines II. 137

&c. by false pres. 38. Stealing trees,

tences, &c. II. 284, shrubs, &c. II. 140

298 et seq. 309, 311, s. 39. Stealing trees,

323 shrubs, &c. II. 139

s. 54. Receivers of stolen s. 40. Stealing, &c., any

goods, where the
live or dead fence,

origioal offence is
&c.
II. 139

felony, &c. II. 253 S. 41. Suspected persons

S. 55. Receivers, &c., in possession of

where the original wood, &c. II. 140

offence is a misdes. 42. Stealing &c., any

meanor, &c. II. 253 fruit or vegetable

$. 56. All receivers may production in a

be tried where the garden, &c. II. 140

principal is triable S. 43. Stealing, &c. vege

&c.

II. 254 table productions

S. 57. The owner of stolen not growing in

property prosecugardens, &c. II. 140

ting thief, &c.— 5. 44. Stealing glass,

Restitution II. 180, woodwork, or fix

260 tures of any kind

Så 58, Taking a reward from buildings, &c.

for helping to the II. 137

recovery, &c. II. 261 s. 45. Tenants and lod

8. 59. Advertising a regers stealing any

ward for the reproperty from

turn of stolen prohouses, &c. II. 138

perty, &c. II. 262 247 |

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GEORGE IV.

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Page 7&8.c. 29. s. 60. Receivers of pro | 7 & 8. C. 30. s. 9, 10, 11. Arson, perty where the

&c.—Ships II. 490, original offence

513 is punishable on

s. 12. Breaking down summary convic

sea banks, &c. II. 505 tion II. 254

is.13,14.Injuring bridges, s. 61. Principals in the

turnpikes, &c. II. 507 second degree and

s. 15. Destroying dams, accessories II, 179,

&c.

II. 506 184, 188, 190, 193,

s. 16. Maiming cattle II. 497 195, 206, 218, 221,

s. 17. Arson-Ricks II. 490, 244

513 s. 62. Abettors in offences

s. 18. Destroying hoppunishable on sum.

binds

II. 504 mary conviction

19, 20. Injuring trees, II. 188, 190, 192, 195

&c. II. 500, 501 s. 63. A person in the act

21, 22. Destroying of committing any

Roots, Plants, &c. offences, &c. II. 141,

II. 502 n. h. 188, 192

s. 23. Destroying Fences, s. 64. Limitation to sum

&c.

II. 509 mary proceedings

s. 24. Malicious Injury, II. 192, 195

&c. II. 516, 673 S. 65. Mode of compel

s. 25. Malicious Injury, ling the appear

&c. II. 484, 491 ance of persons,

s. 26. Accessories,&c. II.484 &c. II. 192

s. 27. Punishment, &c. s. 66. Application of for

II. 485, 496 feitures and penal

s. 28. Apprehension of ties, &c. II. 188, 192

offenders II. 485 s. 73. No certiorari, &c.

s. 29. Summary proceedAdd. Vol. I. p. vi.

ings

II. 485 s. 75. Venue in proceed

c. 31. Remedies against ings, &c. II. 176

the Hundred, Add. s. 76. This Act not to

Vol. II. Ixxvii. et seq. extend to Scotland 9. c. 31.' See Add. Vol. I. I or Ireland, &c.

p. xxi. et seq. II. 176

s. 2. Petty Treason s. 77. To extend to of

Add. Vol. I. xi fences committed

s. 3. Accessories in Mur-
at sea
II. 176

der

16. viji c. 30. See Add. Vol. I.

s. 4, 5, 6. Execution, &c. Ixviii. et seq.

of Murderers 1b. x. xi S. 2. Arson II. 489, 494

s. 7, 8. Trial of Mur$. 3. Destroying manu

ders, &c. comfacturés, &c. II. 511,

mitted abroad Ib. ix 512

s. 9. Punishment of Man9. 4. Destroying machi

slaughter Ib. xi . nery, &c. II. 511

s. 10. Excusable Homis. 5. Arson-Coal Mine

cide, &c. 16. xi

s. 11, 12. Maiming, &c. $. 6, 7. Destroying, &c.

Ib. xvi. xvii Mines II. 510

s. 13. Abortion, &c. Ib. xii s. 8. Rioters destroying

s. 14. Concealing birth church, &c. II. 512

of child

Ib. x

II. 490

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9. c. 31. s. 15. Sodomy Ib. xiii s. 16. Rape

Ib. xii s. 17. Carnal knowledge

of children Ib. xiii s. 18. Evidence of carnal

knowledge Ib. xii s. 19, 20. Abduction Ib. xiii.

xiv. xv s. 21. Child stealing Ib. xvi s. 22. Bigamy 16. vi s. 23. Arresting Clergy-'

man, &c. 16. vii s. 24, 25, 26. Aggravated Assaults 1b. xviii, see

also v

9. c. 31. s. 27, 28, 29. Summary

convictions for as-
saults, Add. Vol.

I. p. xxxviii s. 30. Forcing seamen on

shore Ib. xv. xvi s. 32. Offences at sea Ib. ix. x c. 15. Variances II. 715

Add. Vol. II. p. Ixxxii c. 33. s. 1. Quakers, &c. Add.

Vol. II. p. lxxviii $. 2. Forgery-Witness Ib. s. 3. Competency of

Convict Ib. Ixxxiv

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