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Third, as relates to trespasses in the King's forests of vert and venison; and 25 Ed. 3. st. 6. so much of a statute made in the twenty-fifth year of the same reign, inti(vulgo st.3.) tuled “ Ordinatio pro Clero," as relates to clerks convicted of treasons or fec. 4, 5. lonies, and to the arraignment of clerks; and so much of a statute made in 28 Ed. 3. c. 11. the twenty-eighth year of the same reign, as relates to making cry and fresh

suit, and to hundreds and franchises being answerable as therein mentioned; 34 Ed. 3. c. 22. and so much of a statute made in the thirty-fourth year, and of another sta37 Ed.3. c. 19. tute made in the thirty-seventh year of the same reign, as relates to hawks ; 8 H. 6. c. 12.

and so much of a statute made in the eighth year of the reign of king Henry s.3.

the Sixth, as relates to the offences of stealing, taking away, withdrawing, or

avoiding of any record or other like thing therein mentioned; and so much 33 H. 6. c. 1. of a statute made in the thirty-third year of the same reign, as relates to ser

vants taking and spoiling the goods of their masters after their death; and an 1.2 2 act passed in the first year of the reign of king Henry the Seventh, intituled

“ An act against unlawful bunting in forests and parks;" and an act passed in 4 H. 7. c. 13. the fourth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act to take away the benefit 21 H. 8. c.7. of clergy from certain persons ;” and an act passed in the twenty-first year of

the reign of king Hepry the Eighth, intituled “ An act for the punishment of such servants as shall withdraw themselves, and go away with their masters' or

mistresses' caskets and other jewels or goods committed to them in trust to be 21. 8. c. u. kept;" and an act passed in the same year, intituled “ An act for restitution

to be made of the goods of such as shall be robbed by felons;" and an act 23 . 8. c. 1. passed in the twenty-third year of the same reign, intituled “ An act that no

person committing petty treason, murder, or felony, shall be admitted to his 23 H. 8. c. 1. clergy under subdeacon ;” and an act passed in the same year, intituled “ An 31 H. 8. c. 2.

act for breaking of prison by clerks convict;" and an act passed in the thirty

first year of the same reign, intituled “ An act against fishing in ponds;" and 33 11. 8. . 1. an act passed in the thirty-third year of the same reign, intituled “ An act

concerning counterfeit letters, or privy tokens, to receive money or goods in 34 & 35 H. 8. other men's names;” and an act passed in the thirty-fourth and thirty-fifth c. 14.

years of the same reign, intituled “ An act for a certificate of convicts to be 35 H. 8. c. 17. made luto de Aings bence

u made into the King's Bench;" and an act passed in the thirty-fifth year of the

same reign, intituled “ An act for the preservation of woods;" and an act 37 H. 8. c. 6. passed in the thirty-seventh year of the same reign, intituled “ An act against 37 H. 8. c. 8.

burning of frames;" and so much of an act passed in the same year, intituled

“ An act that an indictment lacking these words, Vi et armis, shall be suffi8. 2.

cient in law," as relates to persons stealing any horse, gelding, mare, foal, or 1 Ea. 6. c. 12. filley; and so much of an act passed in the first year of the reign of king Eds. 10, 14. ward the Sixth, intituled “ An act for the repeal of certain statutes concern

ing treasons, felonies, &c.," as relates to house-breaking, robbing, horse

stealing, and sacrilege, and to the allowance of the benefit of clergy in any 2 & 3 Ed. 6. case therein mentioned ; and an act passed in the second and third years of c. 33.

the same reign, intituled “ An act that no man stealing horse or horses shall 5 & 6 Ed. 6.c. enjo

enjoy the benefit of his clergy ;” and an act passed in the fifth and sixth years of the same reign, intituled “ An act that no man robbing any house, booth,

or tent, shall not be admitted to the benefit of his clergy;" and so much of 4 & 5 P. & M. an act passed in the fourth and fifth years of the reign of king Pbilip and c. 4.

queen Mary, intituled “ An act that accessories in murder and divers felonies

shall not have the benefit of clergy," as relates to accessories to any robbery 5 Eliz. c. 10. or burning therein mentioned ;” and an act passed in the fifth year of the

reign of queen Elizabeth, intituled “ An act reviving a statute made anno 21

H. 8. touching servants embezzling their masters' goods;" and another act 5 Eliz. c. 21. passed in the same fifth year, intituled “ An act for the punishment of unlaw8 Eliz. c. 4.

ful taking of fish, deer, or hawks ;” and an act passed in the eighth year of the same reign, intituled “An act to take away the benefit of clergy from

certain felonious offenders ;” and so much of an act passed in the thirteenth 13 Eliz. c. 25. year of the same reign, intituled - An act for the reviving and continuance of s. 3, 18, 19.

certain statutes," as alters and perpetuates the act of the thirty-fifth year of

the reign of king Henry the Eighth hereinbefore recited ; and so much of an 18 Eliz. c.7.

act passed in the eighteenth year of the reign of queen Elizabeth, intituled “ An act to take away clergy from the offenders in rape and burglars, and an order for the delivery of clerks convict without purgation," as relates to bur

glary, and to persons admitted to the benefit of clergy; and an act passed in 27 Eliz. c. 13. the twenty-seventh year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for the follow31 Eliz. c. 4. ing of hue and cry," and an act passed in the thirty-first year of the same

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reign, intituled “An act against embezzling of armour, habiliments of war, and victual ;” and so much of an act passed in the same year, intituled “ An 31 Eliz. c. 12. act to avoid horse-stealing," as enacts that all accessories to horse-stealing s.5. shall be deprived of the benefit of clergy; and an act passed in the thirtyninth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act that no person robbing any 20

39 Eliz. c. 15. house in the day-time, although no person be therein, shall be admitted to bave the benefit of his clergy," and an act passed in the forty-third year of the same reign, intituled - An act to avoid and prevent divers misdemeanors 43 Eliz. c. 7. in lewd and idle persons;" and an act passed in the same year, intituled “ An

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2 : act for the more peaceable government of the parts of Cumberland, Northumberland, Westmoreland, and the bishoprick of Durham ;" and so much of an act passed in the second year of the reign of king James the first, intituled + " An act for the better execution of the intent and meaning of former sta- 2 Jac. 1. c. 27. tutes made against shooting int guns, and for the preservation of the game of recognized as pheasants and partridges, and against the destroying of hares with hare pipes, existing in and tracing bares in the snow," as relates to house doves, pigeons, and deer; 2 G. 3. c. 29. and an act passed in the third year of the same reign, intituled “An act 3 Jac. 1. c. 13. against unlawful hunting and stealing of deer and conies;" and an act passed [This act and in the seventh year of the same reign, for the explanation of the last-men- the next are tioned act; and an act passed in the fifteenth year of the reign of King Charles recognized as the Second, intituled "An act for the punishment of unlawful cutting or steal- existing in 16 ing or spoiling of wood and underwood, and destroying of young timber G. 3. c. 30.] trees;" and an act passed in the twenty-second year of the same reign, inti- 7 Jac. 1. c. 13. tuled “ An act for taking away the benefit of clergy from such as steal cloth 15 Car. 2. c. 2.

22 Car. 2. c. 5. from the rack, and from such as shall steal his Majesty's ammunition and 22 stores;" and an act passed in the twenty-second and twenty-tbird years of the same reign, intituled "An act to prevent the malicious burning of houses, o

TOUS burning 01 Hours, 22 & 23 Car 2 stacks of corn and hay, and killing or maiming of cattle ;" and so much of an

c.7. act passed in the same years, intituled “ An act to prevent the delivery up of 228 23 Car. 2. merchants ships, and for the increase of good and serviceable shipping,” as c. 11. s. 12. relates to the wilful destruction of any ship by any of the persons belonging to it, as therein mentioned ; and an act passed in the same years, intituled "An act for the better preservation of the game, and for securing warrens not 22 & 23 Car. 2. inclosed, and the several fishings of this realm,” so far as relates to all subjects c. 25. therein mentioned, except the appointment and powers of gamekeepers, except s. 1 to 3. search warrants, and the description of persons, who are thereby declared to be persons not allowed to have or keep for themselves or any other person any guns, bows, greyhounds, or other animals or things therein enumerated ; and an act passed in the third year of the reign of King William and Queen Mary, 3W. & M. c.9. intituled "An act to take away clergy from some offenders, and to bring others to punishment;" and so much of an act passed in the fourth year of the 4 W. & M. c. same reign, intituled “ An act for the more easy discovery and conviction of 23. such as shall destroy the game of this kingdom,” as relates to pigeons and fish, and to persons wrongfully fishing, and to all instruments and engines for destroying or taking fish, and to the burning of any grig, ling, heath, furze, goss, or fern ; and so much of an act passed in the fourth year of same reign, intituled " An act for reviving, continuing, and explaining several laws therein 4 W. & M. c. mentioned, which are expired and near expiring,” as explains the said recited 24. s. 13. act of the third year of the same reign ; and the whole of an act passed in the tenth year of the reign of King Wlliam the Third, intituled "An act for the 10 W. 3. c. 12. better apprehending, prosecuting, and punishing of felons that commit bur. (vulgo 10 & 11 glary, house-breaking, or robbery in shops, warehouses, coach-houses, or W.3. c. 23.) stables, or that steal horses,” except so much thereof as relates to fees for dis- excepts. 7 & 8. charging recognizances and drawing bills of indictment, and to defective bills of indictment; and the whole of an act passed in the first year of the reign of Queen Anne, intituled “ An act for punishing of accessories to felonies and re- 1 Anp. st. 2. ceivers of stolen goods, and to prevent the wilful burning and destroying of c. 9. except ships, except so much thereof as relates to witnesses on behalf of the prisoner s. 3. upon any trial for treason or felony; and an act passed in the sixth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for repealing a clause in an act, intituled 6 Ann. c. 9. * An act for the better apprehending, prosecuting, and punishing felons that (vulgo 5 Ann. commit burglaries, house-breaking, or robberies in shops, warehouses, c. 6.) coach-houses, or slables, or that steal horses ;' and an act passed in the twelfth year of the same reign, intituled “An act for the more 12 Ann. st. 1. effectual preventing and punishing robberies that shall be committed in c. 7.

st. 2.

houses;" and so much of an act passed in the thirteenth year of the same reign, 13 Ann. c. 21. intituled “ An act for the preserving all such ships, and goods thereof, which (vulgo 12 Ann, shall happen to be forced on shore or stranded upon the coasts of this kingdom,

or any other of her majesty's dominions," as relates to any person upon whom c. 18. S. 4 & 5.

any goods stolen or carried off from any vessel ia distress shall be found, and to the several offences touching vessels in distress which are thereby

made capital felonies; and so much of an act passed in the first year of the IG. 1. st. 2. c. reign of King George the First, intituled “An act for preventing tumults and 5, s. 4 & 6. riotous assemblies, and for the more speedy and effectual punishing the riot

ers," as relates to any rioters demolishing or pulling down, or beginning to demolish or pull down, any of the buildings therein mentioned, and to the liability of the inhabitants of the hundred, city, or town, in which the damage

shall be done, to yield damages to the party injured ; and an act passed in the IG. 1. st. 2.c. same year, intituled “ An aci to encourage the planting of timber trees, fruit 48.

trees, and other trees for ornament, shelter, or profit, and for the better pre

servation of the same, and for the preventing the burning of woods;" and the 4 G. 1. c. 11. whole of an act passed in the fourth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act except s. 7.

for the further preventing robbery, burglary, and other felonies, and for the more effectual transportation of felons and unlawful exporters of wool, and for declaring the law upon some points relating to pirates," except so much thereof as relates to the trial of piracy, felony, or robbery committed within

the admiralty jurisdiction; and an act passed in the fifth year of the same 5 G. 1. c. 28. reign, intituled “An act for the further punishment of such persons as shall

unlawfully kill or destroy deer in parks, paddocks, or other inclosed grounds;" 6G. 1. c. 16. and an act passed in the sixth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act to ex

plain and amend an act passed in the first year of his Majesty's reign, intituled . An act to encourage the planting of timber trees, fruit trees, and other trees for ornament, shelter, or profit, and for the better preservation of the same, and for the preventing the burning of woods,' and for the better preservation

of the fences of such woods;" and an act passed in the ninth year of the same 9 G. 1. c. 22. reign, intituled “ An act for the more effectual punishing wicked and evil

disposed persons going armed in disguise, and doing injuries and violences to the persons and properties of his Majesty's subjects, and for the more speedy

bringing the offenders to justice;" and so much of an act passed in the second 2 G. 2. c. 25. year of the reign of king George the Second, intituled “ An act for the more s. 3.

effectual preventing and further punishment of forgery, perjury, and subornation of perjury, and to make it felony to steal bonds, notes, or other securities for payment of money,” as relates to the stealing or taking by robbery any

orders or other securities therein enumerated ; and an act passed in the fourth 4G. 2. c. 32. year of the same reign, intituled “An act for the more effectual punishing

stealers of lead or iron bars fixed to houses, or any fences belonging there6 G. 2. c. 37. unto ;” and an act passed in the sixth year of the same reign, intituled “ An

act for making perpetual the several acts therein mentioned, for the better regulation of juries; and for empowering the justices of session or assizes for the counties palatine of Chester, Lancaster, and Durham, to appoint a special jury in manner therein mentioned; and for continuing the act for regulating the manufacture of cloth in the West Riding of the county of York, (except a clause therein contained;) and for continuing an act for the more effectual punishing wicked and evil-disposed persons going armed in disguise, and for other purposes therein mentioned ; and to prevent the cutting or breaking down the bank of any river, or any sea bank, and to prevent the malicious cutting of hopbinds; and for continuing an act made in the thirteenth and fourteenth years of the reign of King Charles the Second, for preventing theft and rapine upon the northern borders of England ; and for reviving and continuing certain clauses in two other acts made for the same purpose;" and an

act passed in the eighth year of the reign of King George the Second, intituled 8 G. 2. c. 16. “ An act for the amendment of the law relating to actions on the statute of 8 G. 2, c. 20. hue and cry” and an act passed in the same year, intituled “An act for ren

dering the laws more effectual for punishing such persons as shall wilfully and maliciously pull down or destroy turnpikes for repairing highways, or locks or other works erected by act of parliament for making rivers navigable, and

for other purposes therein mentioned ;” and an act passed in the tenth year of 10 G. 2. c. 32. the same reign, intituled “ An act for continuing an act for the more effectual except s. 10. punishing wicked and evil-disposed persons going armed in disguise, and doing

injuries and violences to the persons and properties of his Majesty's subjects,

and for the more speedy bringing the offenders to justice; and for continuing two clauses, to prevent the cutting or breaking down the bank of any river or sta bank, and to prevent the malicious cutting of hopbinds, contained in an act passed in the sixth year of his present Majesty's reign ; and for the more effectual punishment of persons removing any materials used for securing marsh or sea walls or banks, and of persons maliciously setting on fire any mine, pit, or delph of coal or cannel coal, and of persons unlawfully hunting or taking any red or fallow deer in forests or chases, or beating or wounding keepers or other officers in forests, chases, or parks; and for more effectually securing the breed of wild fowl," except so much thereof as relates to wild fowl; and so much of an act passed in the eleventh year of the same reigo, intituled "An act for punishing such persons as shall do injuries and violences to the persons or properties of his Majesty's subjects, with intent to hinder 3. 5. to the the exportation of corn," as relates to the liability of the inhabitants of hun- end. dreds; and an act passed in the thirteenth year of the same reign, intituled "An 12

13 G. 2.c. 21. act for further and more effectually preventing the wilful and malicious destruction of collieries and coal works;" and an act passed in the fourteenth year of the same reign, intitled "An act to render the laws more effectual for 14 G. 2. c. 6. the preventing the stealing and destroying of sheep and other cattle;" and an act passed in the fifteenth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act to explain 156.2 6. 34. an act made in the fourteenth year of the reign of his present Majesty, intituled . An act to render the laws more effectual for preventing the stealing and destroying of sheep and other cattle;' and an act passed in the twentysecond year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for remedying inconveniences 22 G. 2. c. 24. which may happen by proceedings in actions on the statute of hue and cry;" and so much of an act passed in the same year, for (among other purposes) ascer- 22 G. 2. c. 46. taining the method of levying writs of execution against the inhabitants of s. 34. hundreds, as relates to such writs and the proceedings thereupon; and an act passed in the twenty-fourth year of the same reign, intituled, “ An act 24 G. 2. c. 45. for the more effectual preventing of robberies and thefts upon any navigable rivers, ports of entry or discharge, wharfs and keys adjacent;" and an act passed in the twenty-fifth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for 25 G. 2. c. 10. the more effectual securing mines of black lead from theft and robbery;" and so much of an act passed in the same year, intituled “ An act for the better 25 G. 2. c. 36. preventing thefts and robberies, and for regulating places of public entertain- s. 1. ment, and punishing persons keeping disorderly houses," as relates to the advertisements therein prohibited ; and so much of an act passed in the twenty-sixth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for enforcing the laws 26 G.2.c. 19. agaiost persons who shall steal or detain shipwrecked goods, and for the relief s. 1, 2, 3, 4, 8. of persons suffering losses thereby," as relates to any of the felonies therein mentioned, and to search warrants, and to property belonging to any vessel lost, stranded, or cast on shore, being found in any place, or in the possession of any person, and to any person offering or expossing to sale any such property, as therein respectively mentioned ; and so much of an act passed in the 28 G. 2. c. 19. twenty-eight year of the same reign, for (among other purposes) preventing s. 3. the burning or destroying of goss, furze, or fern in forests or chases, as relates to persons burning or destroying the same; and an act passed in the twentyDinth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for more effectually dis- 29 G. 2. c. 30. couraging and preventing the stealing, and the buying and receiving stolen lead, iron, copper, brass, bell-metal, and solder, and for more effectually bringing the offenders to justice ;' and so much of an act passed in the same year, intituled “ An act for inclosing, by the mutual consent of the lords and 90 tenants, part of any common, for the purpose of planting and preserving 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. trees fit for timber or underwood, and for more effectually preventing the unlawful destruction of trees," as relates to the remedy for the recovery of damages against the inhabitants of the adjoining parishes, towns, hamlets, vil. lages, or places, and to the punishment of the several offences relating to trees, and to the explanation respecting the three acts of King George the first, as therein respectively mentioned : and so much of an act passed in the thirtieth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for the more effectual punishment 30 G. 2.c, 24. of persons who sball attain or attempt to attain possession of goods or money s.l. by false or untrue pretences; for preventing the unlawful pawning of goods; for the easy redemption of goods pawned ; and for preventing gaming in public houses by journeymen, labourers, servants, and apprentices," as relates to obtaining by false pretence or pretences any property as therein mentioned ;

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29 G. 2. c. 36.

31 G. 2. c. 35. and an act passed in the thirty-first year of the same reign, intituled “ An act

to continue several laws therein mentioned, for granting a liberty to carry sugars of the growth, produce, or manufacture of any of his Majesty's sugar Colonies in America, from the said Colonies directly into foreign parts, in ships built in Great Britain and navigated according to law; for the preventing the committing of frauds by bankrupts; for giving further encouragement for the importation of naval stores from the British Colonies in America; and for preventing frauds and abuses in the admeasurement of coals in the city and liberty of Westminster ; and for preventing the stealing or destroying

of madder roots ;" and an act passed in the second year of the reign of King 2 G. 3. c. 29. George the third, intituled “ An act to amend so much of an act made in the

first year of the reign of King James the First, intituled • An act for the better execution of the intent and meaning of former statutes made against shooting in guns, and for the preservation of the game of pheasants and partridges, and against the destroying of hares with hare pipes, and tracing hares in the snow,' as relates to the preservation of house doves and pigeons, by making the manner of convicting such person or persons as shall offend there

in more easy and expeditious;" and an act passed in the fourth year of the 4 G. 3. c. 12. reign of King George the Third, intituled “ An act to continue several laws

for the better regulation of pilots for the conducting of ships and vessels from Dover, Deal, and the isle of Thanet, up the rivers of Thames, and Medway; relating to the landing of rum or spirits of the British sugar plantations before the duties of excise are paid thereon; and to the further punishment of persons going armed or disguised in defiance of the laws of customs or excise ; and to the relief of the officers of the customs in informations upon seizures; and for granting a liberty to carry sugars, of the growth, produce, or manufacture of any of his Majesty's sugar colonies, directly into foreign parts, in ships built in Great Britain and navigated according to law; and for punishing persons who shall damage or destroy any banks, floodgates, sluices, or

other works belonging to the rivers and streams made navigable by act of 4 G. 3. c. 31. parliament;" and an act passed in the same year, intituled “ An act to indem

nify such persons as have omitted to qualify themselves for offices and employments, and to indemnify justices of the peace, deputy Lieutenants, and officers of the Militia, or others, who have omitted to register or deliver in their qualifications within the time limited by law, and for giving further time for those purposes, and to indemnify members and officers in cities, corporations, and borough towns, whose admissions have been omitted to be stamped according to the several acts of parliament now in force for that purpose, or having been stamped bave been lost or mislaid, and for allowing them time to provide admissions duly stamped ; and to prevent the destruc

tion of trees and underwoods growing in forests and chases; and an act passed 5 G. 3. C. 14.

in the fifth year of the same reign, intituled “ An act for the more effectual preservation of fish in fish ponds and other waters, and conies in warrens, and for preventing the damage done to sea banks within the county of Lincoln

by the breeding conies therein; and an act passed in the sixth year of the 6 G. 3. c. 36. same reign, intituled “ An act for encouraging the cultivation, and for the

better preservation of trees, roots, plants, and shrubs;" and another act 6 G. 3. c. 48.

passed in the same year, intituled “ An act for the betler preservation of timber trees, and of woods and underwoods, and for the further preservation of

roots, shrubs, and plants ;” and an act passed in the ninth year of the same 9 G. 3. c. 29.

reign, intituled “ An act for the more effectual punishment of such persons as shall demolish or pull down, burn, or otherwise destroy or spoil any inill or mills, and for preventing the destroying or damaging of Engines for draining collieries and mines, or bridges, waggonways, or other things used in conveying coals, lead, tin, or other minerals from mines, or fences for inclosing

lands in pursuance of acts of parliament, and an act passed in the same year, 9 G. 3. c. 41. intituled “ An act for better securing the duties of customs upon certain

goods removed from the out ports and other places to London; for regulating the fees of officers of his majesty's customs in the province of Senegambia in Africa; for allowing to the receivers general of the Duties on offices and employments in Scotland, a proper compensation for their trouble and expences; for the better preservation of hollies, thorns, and quicksets in forests, chases, and private grounds, and of trees and underwoods in forests and chases; and for authorising the exportation of a limited qnantity of an inferior sort of barley called bigg, from the port of Kirkwall in the islands of

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