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Cross if in Edinburgh, and at the Royal Exchange if in Dub. Smuggling lin, and if the seizure is made at any other place, then a notice shall be publicly read by the public crier at the next market 6 Geo. 4, c. 108, place, stating that the goods have been so seized, and that the hearing relative to the same will take place on a certain day, not being less than eight days from the date of the said notice; and in default of any persons attendance in consequence of the said notice, the said justices, or governor, deputy governor or deemster, are to proceed to the hearing and condemnation of the said goods as aforesaid.

By sect. 82, all informations and convictions under this Act must follow the form prescribed by the schedule.

SCHEDULES TO WHICH THIS ACT REFERS.
No. 1.-Form of Information before Justices of the Peace, where

the Party charged is a Subject of His Majesty, and a pecuniary

Penalty is inflicted. County of Be it remembered, That on the to wit. day of

in the year of our Lord

A. B., officer of customs, who is directed by the commissioners of his Majesty's customs to prefer this information, gives us

esquires, two of his Majesty's justices of the peace to understand and be informed, that C. D., being a subject of his Majesty, on the day of in the year of our Lord

(here state the offence] contrary to the form of the statute in that case made and provided, whereby the said C. D. hath forfeited the sum of pounds.

No. 2.- Form of a Conviction to be used for an Offence against

this Act, in Cases where a pecuniary Penalty is inflicted upon

the Offender, being a Subject of His Majesty. County of -2 Be it remembered, That on the to wit. I day of

in the year of our Lord

Smuggling.

an information was exhibited by A. B., officer of customs, before us

esquires, two of 6 Geo. 4, c. 108. bis Majesty's justices of the peace, against C. D., which said

information charged, that the said C. D., on the
day of in the year of our Lord

[here state the offence as in the information), contrary to the form of the statute, which offence has been duly proved before us the said justices; we do therefore adjudge, that the said C. D. hath forfeited for his said offence the sum of pounds. Given under our hands and seals, the

[In cases where the magistrates exercise the power of mitigation, add these words] “which said sum of we the said justices do hereby mitigate to the sum of

day of

at

No. 3.-Form of Warrant of Commitment to Gaol for

a Penalty.
County of - - To A. B., officer of customs, and to E. F.,
to wit. the gaoler or keeper of the

in the
WHEREAS C. D. has been duly convicted before us

esquires, two of his Majesty's justices of the peace, of having [state the offence as in the information] : And whereas we the said justices did adjudge that the said C. D. had forfeited for his said offence the sum

pounds (which sum of pounds we the said justices did mitigate to the sum of ) (And whereas it appears to us the said justices, that the said C. D. has not sufficient goods or chattels whereon to levy the said sum of ) and which said sum of

pounds has not been paid; these are therefore to require you the said A. B. forthwith to take, carry and convey the said C. D. to the in the

and to deliver him into the custody of the gaoler or keeper of the said and we the said justices do hereby authorize and require you the said E. F., the gaoler or keeper of the said

to receive and take the said . D, into your custody, and him safely to keep, until he shall

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duly pay the said sum of

Given under our hands

Smuggling. and seals at

in the

of this in the year of our Lord one thousand eight 6 Geo. 4, c. 108. hundred and

day of

No. 4.-Warrant of Distress. County of

}To A. B. to wit. WHEREAS C. D. has been duly convicted before us

esquires, two of his Majesty's justices of the peace, of the offence of having [here state the offence as in the information] : And whereas the said C. D. has forfeited, for his said offence, the sum of pounds, which said sum of pounds has not been paid ; these are therefore to command you the said A. B. to levy the said sum of

by distress and sale of the goods and chattels of the said C. D. And we the said justices do hereby order and direct the goods and chattels so to be distrained to be sold and disposed of within

days after such distraint, unless the said sum of

for which such distress shall be made, together with the reasonable charges of taking and keeping such distress, shall be sooner paid. And you the said A. B. are hereby commanded to certify to us, the said justices, on the day of

next ensuing, what you shall do by virtue of this warrant. Given under our hands and seals at this

day of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and

in the

in the year of

No.5.- Form of an Inforonation before Justices of the Peace,

where the Party charged is a Seaman or Seafaring Man, und fit and able to serve his Majesty in His Naval Service. County of -7 Be it remembered, That on the to wit. I day of

in the year of our Lord A. B., officer of customs, who is directed by the commissioners of his Majesty's customs to prefer this information, gives ús

esquires, two of his Majesty's justices of the peace, to understand and be informed,

day of

in the year

Smuggling. that C. D. being a subject of his Majesty, and a seaman and

seafaring man, and fit and able to serve his Majesty in his 6 Geo. 4, c. 108. naval service, on the of our Lord

[here state the offence) contrary to the form of the statute in that case made and provided, whereby the said C. D. hath become liable to serve his Majesty in his naval service for the term of five years.

No. 6.-Form of a Conviction where the Party convicted is e

Seaman or Seafaring Man, and fit and able to serve His

Majesty in His Naval Service.
County of Be it remembered, That on the
to wit. | day of

in the year of our Lord an information was exhibited before us

esquires, two of his Majesty's justices of the peace, against C. D., by A. B. officer of customs, which said information charged, that the said C. D., being a subject of his Majesty, and a seafaring man, and fit and able to serve his Majesty in his naval service, on the day of in the year of our Lord

[here state the offences as in the information] contrary to the form of the statute, which offence has been duly proved before us the said justices, and it appearing to us the said justices, that the said C. D. is a seafaring man, and fit and able to serve his Majesty in his naval service, we the said justices do therefore adjudge the said C. D. to serve in his Majesty's naval service for the term of five years. Given under our hands and seals, this

in the year of our Lord

day of

No. 7.-Form of a Warrant of Commitment to serve in the

Navy.
County of - To A. B., officer of

and to the to wit.

commander of one of his Majesty's ships

of war.

WHBREAS C. D. has been duly convicted before us,

esquires, two of his Majesty's justices of the peace,

upon the information of

officer of customs, of Smuggling. having [here state the offence, as charged in the information] :

And whereas the said C. D. has not proved that he is not a 6 Geo. 4, c, 108. < subject of his Majesty, and being a seafaring man, and fit and

able to serve his Majesty in his naval service, we the said justices did adjudge the said C. D. to serve his said Majesty in his naval service for the space of five years, pursuant to the statute in that case made and provided; these are therefore to require you the said A. B. to carry and convey the said C. D. on board of one of his Majesty's ships, in order to his serving his Majesty in his naval service; and we the said justices da hereby require the commander of his Majesty's ship to whom this warrant is delivered, to receive and take the said C. D. on board his said Majesty's ship, in order to his serving in his naval service for the period of five years as aforesaid. Given under our hands and seals at

in the

of
this
day of

in the year of our Lord one thousand eight hundred and

No.8.- Form of Information before Justices of the Peuce, where

the Party charged is not a Subject of His Majesty. County of — -2 Be it remembered, That on the to wit. S day of

in the year of our Lord A. B., officer of customs, who is directed by the commissioners of his Majesty's customs to prefer this information, gives us

esquires, two of his Majesty's justices of the peace, to understand and be informed, that C. D. not being a subject of his Majesty, on the

in the year of our Lord [here state the offence, setting forth that the same took place within one league of the coast of this kingdom) contrary to the form of the statute in that case made and provided, whereby the said A. B. hath forfeited the sum of

day of

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