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INDE X.

An Index to the Indictments and Evidence follows this Index.

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Abduction, of a woman • 1,3
Abettors in misdemeanors and

summary convictions-
their punishment

3
Accessories in Murder,
how punished

147
Accessories before the Fact,
punishable as principals in

the second degree 5,8
may be tried as subsequent

felons, or accessories ib.
may be tried in the county

where the offence is com-
mitted, or in that where
they abet it

7
and so may accessories after
the fact

ib.
punishment of, under Lord
Lansdowne's Act

95
Accessories after the Fact, how
tried

7
their punishment
accessories may be prose-

cuted though the princi-
pals be not brought to

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Actions against hundred, in

names to be respectively
brought

121
Administering Poison, with in-
tent to murder

220
Admiralty, jurisdiction of 11
allowance of costs and ex-
penses

12
Agents, embezzlement by, a
misdemeanor

12
but not where they bonâ fide

dispose of securities, &c. 14
no remedy abridged by the

enactment
Angling, in the day time, ex-

cepted out of the cases of
arrest

16
and out of the cases of mis-

demeanor for taking fish, 100
in private water, how pu-
nishable

ib.
angler, on seizure of his

tackle, exempt from pe-
nalty

101
Appeal, against summary con-

victions, when and how, 60
under the Poaching Act

171
Apprehension, of offenders un.
der the Poaching Act,

174. 176
of a clergyman

trial, or be not attainted 6,8
punishment of, under Lord
Lansdowne's Act

95
Actions, for acts done under

the larceny statute, &c.
when to be commenced, 9, 10

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Arrest, where it

place without a warrant,
and by whom

16
where stolen goods are of-
fered

17
Arson

18
Assaults, common

22. 29
on magistrates, &c.

deavouring to preserve

wrecked goods 21.23
on peace or revenue officers

21. 23
with intent to commit fe-
lony

21. 23
with intent to prevent ap-
prehension

21. 23
in pursuance of a conspi-

racy to raise wages 21. 23
on seamen, &c. -

21. 28
concerning the buying or

selling of grain 21. 28
by poachers

174
under the Smuggling Act - 234
Assault with intent to rob;
punishment

197
Attainder, not to be pleaded

unless for the same of-
fence as that charged in
the indictment

30
Attorney, acting bonâ fide, not
within

the provisions
against embezzlement 14
Bail, who may be bailed 31
Bailment, to be certified in

writing by justice 32, 33
Banks of Sea, River, &c. da-
maging them

203
Banker, acting bonâ fide, not
within

the provisions
against embezzlement 14
Barge, larceny from

215

Barn, the subject of arson 19
subject of actions against
hundred

116
riotous destruction of 195
Beast, in a state of confine-

ment, punishment for
taking it

75
Bestiality, see Sodomy.
Benefit of Clergy abolished 49
Bigamy

33
Bills, stealing

200
Bird, in a state of confine-

ment, punishment for
taking it

75
Birth, concealment of, punish-
ment

282
Boat, larceny from -

215
Bonds, stealing -

209
Boundaries of Counties, where

the trial is to be when the
offence is committed on
them

36
Bridges, Public, punishment
for injuring them

38
Broker, acting bonâ fide, not

within the provisions

against embezzlement 14
Buggery, see Sodomy.
Buildings, used for manufac-
tures, the subjects of ar-

19
used for manufactures or

mines, subjects of an ac.

tion against hundred 116
riotous destruction of 195
Bull, stealing

43
Burglary, what

39
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Burning, of churches, chapels,

dwellings, &c. 18, 19
corn, hay, straw, &c. the
punishment

42
Calf, stealing

43
Canal Banks, damaging 203

works upon, damaging them ib.
Capital Felonies

92
Carnal Knowledge of children 182
proof -

183
Cattle, stealing, punishment 43
killing or maiming, punish-
ment

44
Certificate of Judge, in actions 10

of bailment by justice 32
of coroner

62
of conviction, uttering à
false one, felony

96
Certiorari, none allowed in

summary proceedings 62
not allowed under the
Poaching Act

172
Challenges, beyond the legal

number merely void 46
Chapel, arson of

18
hundred liable for destruc-
tion of it

116
riotous destruction of 195
Chapelwarden, when action

against hundred to be

brought in his name - 121
Children, carnal knowledge of 182
proof

183
Child Stealing

46
Church, arson of

18
hundred liable for destruc-
tion of it

116
riotous destruction of 195
Churchwarden, when action

against hundred to be
brought in his name

121

Clergy, Benefit of, abolished - 49
Clergyman, arrest of

17
Clerks, larcenies and embezzle.
ment by

211
Coach-house, the subject of

19
subject of an action against
hundred

116
riotous destruction of 195
Coal, from mine, larceny of 142
Coal-mine, setting fire to ib.
Combinations of Workmen, no

act relating to such com-
binations to be affected

by Lord Lansdowne's Act 192
Commencement of Acts

50
Commissioners of Sewers, pro-

perty under them, how
laid

215
Commitment, in summary con-

victions not to be quashed 62
Compensation, awarded to such

as are active in apprehend-

ing certain offenders 51
to be paid by sheriff 52
allowed to the family of any

one killed in an attempt
to take offenders

ib.
Confession, what defects in in-

dictment or information
will not vitiate an indict.
ment after

· 125
Conies, punishment for taking

them by day or night 113
except on the Lincolnshire
sea banks -

114
Constable, High, process in ac-

tions against hundred, to
be served on him

117
to enter an appearance, de-

fend, or make default, as
advised

118
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Constable, High, how indem- County Treasurer :
nified for his expenses

119 sheriff's warrant to him to
penalty on him for neglect 121 pay plaintiff in an action
Conviction, certificate of, pu-

against hundred

118
nishment for altering it 96

how reimbursed

119
Convictions, Summary, see

Cows, stealing -
Summary Convictions.

Criminal Statutes :
under Poaching Act, to be interpretation of

127
returned to the quarter Curate, see Rector.
sessions

172
Coppice, burning

42

Curtilage, there must be a

communication between
Copy, of summary conviction

building and dwelling-
good evidence in future 63 house, to make an entry

burglarious, although it
Corn, burning

42

may be within the same
Coroner, his duty upon an in-

curtilage

39
quisition for murder or Dam, of fishpond and mill-
manslaughter

68

pond breaking down : 103
penalty upon him for dis-
obedience to the act ib.

Damage, Malicious, general,

and not specified in the
Corporation, to recover as pri-

act, how punished . 134
vate persons in actions
Death, Sentence of

69
against hundred - 121
described in singular num-

Debentures, stealing

209
ber, &c.
127 Deeds, stealing

ib.
Costs, between attorney and Deer, stealing, offence and
client, when to be given

punishment

70
upon plaintiff's becom-

setting engines for taking
ing nonsuit

9 them, a fineable offence 72
may be allowed in courts keepers of, may seize the
of admiralty

12 guns of offenders who

refuse to deliver them
Cotton Manufactures :

up

ib.
destroying

137

punishment of such as beat
or wound deer-keepers

ib.
stealing

140
Counties of Cities, liable like

Default, after, what defects
hundred to actions

will not vitiate indict-
122

ment or information 125
Counting-house, larceny in 226

Dissection, of murderers - 156
County, boundary, offences
committed

Dock, stealing goods from

215
where

on,
tried
36 Dogs, stealing, punishment

75

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Dogs, persons found in posses -

sion of stolen dogs, how
punished

75
Doves, taking them, where no

larceny at common law 167
Dwelling-house, entering a

building within the same
curtilage no burglary,
unless there be a com-

munication with it 39
stealing in to the amount of
5 l. capital

76
stealing in, and putting in
fear

ib.
stealing in a building with-

in the same curtilage as
the house, but not so

privileged -
Embezzlement, of goods or

valuable securities by

agents, a misdemeanor 12
by servants and clerks 211
distinct acts may be charged

in the same indictment 212
allegations and proof ib.
Engines, used in mines, de.
stroying them

143
Estreats, of recognizances, not

to take place without a
judge's order

81
Evidence, of Quakers and Mo-
ravians admissible in all

82
of persons whose names

have been forged admis-
sible

83
of persons convicted of any

misdemeanor (except per-
jury) admissible after the
punishment

84
of a first conviction for fe.

lony, what sufficient 96
ander the Smuggling Act,

see Signals. Smuggling.

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Examinations, by justice in

cases of felony and mis-
demeanor

32, 33
Execution of murderers 156
Expenses, of prosecution in

courts of admiralty 12
in all cases of felony may

be ordered by the court 84
and allowed to persons on

recognizance, though no
bill be preferred

85
in certain cases of misde.

meanor, to be allowed at

the court's discretion
order for payment to be

made out by clerk of as-
size, and the money to be
paid to county treasurer ib.
where places do not contri-

bute to county rates, how
to be paid

87
quarter sessions to make

regulations as to the rate
of costs and expenses

ib.
Factor, illegal pledge by, a
misdemeanor -

88
False Pretences, obtaining mo-

ney a misdemeanor 91
and no acquittal shall take

place because the offence

may amount to larceny - ib.
False Signals, exhibiting them

to bring ships into dan-

ger, a capital felony - 286
Felonies, what capital

92
not capital, how punished 93
provided for where the party
stands mute, &c.

95
subsequent, second sentence

to commence at the ex-

piration of the first ib.
punishment for second of-
fence

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