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Justices, may discharge offen-

der on summary proceed-
ing the first time, upon

his making satisfaction - 56
power of commitment and

imprisonment in summa-
ry cases

57
form of conviction

58
to liberate the party accused

under summary proceed-
ings, if sufficient recogni-
zance be given to prose-
cute an appeal

60
pénalty upon them for dis-

obedience to the Criminal
Justice Act respecting
bail

68

son -

- 195

Machines and Machinery :
punishment for injuring
them

· 132
employed in manufactures,

destroying them, how
punished

- 138
riotous destruction of them 195
Malice, against owner need

not be proved to convict
offenders of doing mali-
cious injuries

· 93, 134
Malicious Injuries Act :
punishments prescribed by
it

134
Malt-house, the subject of ar-

19
subject of an action against
hundred

116
riotous destruction of it
Manslaughter, punishment of 135
Man Traps -
Manufactures, buildings used

for, subject of arson 19
subject of an action against
hundred

· 116
riotous destruction of such
buildings

· 195
destroying manufactures 137
larceny of them

· 140
Merchant, acting bonâ fide,

not within the provisions

against embezzlement 14
Metal Fixtures, in grounds
stealing them

105
Mill, the subject of arson 19
subject of an action against
hundred

116
riotous destruction of it - 195
Millpond, breaking down dam
of

103

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Keepers of Deer, how protect-
ed in their duty

72
Lambs, punishment for steal-
ing -

43
Larceny, distinction between
grand and petty, abolish-

128
punishments for

129
'Lead, larceny of, from buildings 60
Liberties, liable like hundred
to actions

122
Limitation, of time for pro-

ceeding in summary con-
victions

54
in actions against the hun-
dred

117
under the Poaching Act 177
Linen Manufacturers :
destroying

137
stealing

140
Lock on canal, &c. damaging 203
Lodgers, larceny by them, how
punished -

130

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Mines, buildings used for busi-

ness of, subject of action
against hundred

116
larceny in mines

142
setting fire to them
drowning them

ib.
destroying engines used in
them

143
riotous destruction of such
engines

· 195
of bridges, waggonways,
&c. belonging to them

ib.
Miscarriage, procuring

281
Misdemeanors, abettors in,

their punishment
bail in, how given, &c.

33
expenses of certain prose-

cutions for misdemeanor
allowed

86
the cases enumerated 88
Misnomer, not to reverse judg-

ment after verdict 127
dilatory plea of, how done
away

146
Moravians, their evidence ad-

missible in all cases 82
Mortgagee, not guilty of em-

bezzlement in acting upon
his mortgage

13
Murder, principals and acces-

sories in, how punished - 147
Murderers, execution of 156
dissection of -

ib.
prison regulations as to 157
Navigable River, works on,
damaging them

204
larceny from vessels on,

how punished - 215
Night, what so called under

the Poaching Act. - 176
Not guilty, plea of, to be en.

tered by the court, where
the party refuses to plead 157

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Notes, stealing

· 209
Notice, of actions brought un-

der the Larceny and Ma-
licious Injuries Acts
of appeal against summary

conviction, how given 60
by high constable to jus-

tices, after process served
on him, in an action
against the hundred,

seven days
Obtaining money by infamous
threats

197. 266
Offences, committed during a
journey, how tried

37
Office, the subject of arson 19
subject of an action against
hundred

116
riotous destruction of 195
Officers, see Assaults.
Order for payment of money,
stealing

209
Ore, stealing

- 142
Out-house, the subject of arson 19
the subject of an action
against the hundred -

116
riotous destruction of • 195
Outlawry, after, what defects

will not vitiate indictment
or information

125

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Overseers, property of the poor

to be laid in them 158
Owner, property of every kind

taken by tenants or lodg-

ers to be laid in him 131
Oysters, stealing

160
dredging for them illegally,
punishment

ib,

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Pardon, discharge of offender

out of custody to have the
effect of a pardon under
the great seal

162
for non-payment of money 163
Partners, property may be

laid in one only, and
others,without specifying

the names of the others 163
Penalties, on summary con-

victions, how applied 63
Perjury, see Evidence.
Person, stealing from the - 197
Personation, punishment for 164
Petit Treason [abolished] 167
Pigeons, taking them, un- •

der circumstances not

amounting to larceny - ib.
Piles, of sea bank, &c. remov-

ing them, how punished 204
Plantations, burning them 42
Plants, taking or destroying

them in or out of gar-
dens

109, 110
Pledge, illegal, by factor, a
misdemeanor -

12
Poaching, a misdemeanor 168
when punishable on sum-
mary conviction

169
form of conviction

171
apprehension of offenders

174. 176
assaults by poạchers 174. 176
what shall be deemed night 176

ib.
limitation of time for prose-
cution

177
proceedings in Scotland ib.
Poison, see Women.
Poisoning, with intent to mur.
der

220

Poor, property of, to be laid
in the overseers

158
Post, Pale, Rail, stealing

them, punishment 98
destroying them, punish-
ment

99
being in possession of them

without accounting for it 98
Preambles, to the Acts con.

tained in this book 177
Principuls in the second degree,

punishable as principals

in the first degree 5,8
Process, in aetions against the

hundred, to be served on

the high constable 117
Pulse, burning it

42
Quakers, their evidence admis-
sible in all cases

82
Quay, stealing goods from 215
Rabbits, see Conies.
punishment of poachers for

taking them at night . 168
Rape

181
proof

183
Realty, punishment for taking

writings relating to real
estate

183
not to lessen the remedy of
party aggrieved

184
Receivers, where the original

offence is felony, they
may be tried either as
accessories after the fact,
or for the substantive fe-
lony

185
where the original offence is

a misdemeanor, they may
be prosecuted for a mis-
demeanor

186
where to be tried

ib.

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Receivers, where the original

offence is punishable on
summary conviction, pu-
nishment

187
Recognizances, not to be es-

treated without a judge's
order

81
Records, stealing

· 189
Rector, Vicar, Curate; when

actions against hundred
are to be brought in their

121
Refusal to plead, how the
court is to act in such

158
Remedies, at law and in equity
saved to parties

184
Restitution of property:
owner of goods prosecuting

thief or receiver to con-
viction to have restitu-
tion

191
Revenue, no Act relating to

the revenue to be affect-
ed by Lord Lansdowne's
Act

192
Rewards, taking, for the reco-

very of stolen goods - - 192
Riot. Destroying property by
rioting, capital

195
River-bank, damaging 203
Robbery, punishment for · 196
from the person

197
assault, with intent to rob ib.
Roots, taking them in or out

of gardens, respective
punishments

109
destroying the same - 110
Sacrilege, punishment • 200

Scotland. In what cases the

Acts contained in this
Work extend to that
country

201
proceedings in, under the
Poaching Act

· 177
Sea-bank, damaging

203
Seamen, injuries to

207
Search-warrant, when to be

granted by justice 17
Securities, public or private,
larceny of

209
Sentence of Death

69
Servants, larceny and embez-
zlement by

211
Sewers, commissioners of, pro-

perty under them, how
laid

215
Shaft of Mine, filling up 142
Sheep-stealing, punishment- 43
Sheriff, where plaintiff reco-

vers in action against
hundred, to issue his
warrant to treasurer of

county to pay plaintiff 118
Ship, larceny from

215
setting fire to

216
destroying, casting it away,

&c.
damaging it otherwise than

ib
Shooting, with intent to mur-

220
with intent to maim, &c. - ib.
under the Smuggling Act

231
Shops, the subject of arson 19
subject of an action against
the hundred

116
riotous destruction of 195
larceny from

226
Shrubs, larceny of, in inclosed

places or elsewhere - - 269
maliciously destroying them 270

ib.

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Signals, illegal, to smuggling
• vessels at sea

236
proof of innocence to be on

237
defendant -
Silk Manufactures, destroying 137
Similiter, want of, not to re-

- verse judgment after ver-
dict

127
Sluice, damaging

203
Smuggling, extent of Smug-
gling Act -

228
felonies created by,

228. 231. 233, 234.
misdemeanors under 236
offences, where deemed to
have been committed - 239

240
evidence that party has

acted as an officer ib.
summary convictions under,

241, &c.
Sodomy

262
Spring Guns

- 263
Stabbing, with intent to murder 220

with intent to maim, &c. ib.
. Stable, the subject of arson
subject of an action against
hundred

- 116
riotous destruction of

- 195
Stacks, burning them'. . 42
Staith, of mines, destroying it 143
subject of an action

against
hundred

116
riotous destruction of 195
Stealing from the Person, pu-
- nishment

197
Steam Engine, subject of ac-

tion against hundred 116
riotous destruction of

195

Stile, stealing

98
being in possession of, with-

out good account 98
destroying
Stolen Goods, persons offering

them for sale to be ar-
rested

17
persons taking rewards for

helping to the recovery
of stolen goods

192
Strangling, with intent to
murder

220
Straw, burning it

42
Suffocating, with intent to
murder

220
Summary Convictions, abettors

in offences punishable

under, their punishment 4
limitation of time

54
competency of witnesses ib.
proceedings of justice - ib.
offender may be discharged

the first time upon mak-
ing satisfaction

56
punishments

ib.
form of conviction
appeal to sessions, where fine
exceeds 51. or imprison-

ment for one month, &c. 60
no certiorari allowed

62
convictions to be returned

to quarter sessions, and
a copy to be deemed evi.
dence

63
application of the forfeitures
and penalties

ib.
conviction a bar to any
other proceeding for the

65
under Lord Lansdowne's Act 66
under the Smuggling Act,

241, &c.
Summons, may be granted in

cases of summary pro-
ceeding

54

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