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EDWARD IV.

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HENRY VIII.

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II. 127,

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32. c. 9. Maintenance— buying

titles I. 181, 182

Embracery of Jurors I. 184 33. c. 1. (Rep.) Cheats

284, 295, 299, et

sequ. 349, 351 c. 9. s. 11. Cockpit, Gaminghouse

I. 299, 300 c. 12. (Rep.) Malicious striking in the King's Palaces

I. 612, 613 c. 23. (Rep.) Trial out of the Shire, &c.

I. 40, 168,

464, 470, 474 37. c. 6. (Rep.) Cutting off ears

I. 587 c. 9. Usury

I. 409

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EDWARD VI.

HENRY VIII.

of war

4. c. 8. Speeches in Parliament

protected I. 214, p. x. 21. c. 7. (Rep.) Embezzlement -Servants

I. 6 c. 3. Spiritual Persons taking Farms

I. 49 22. c. 5. s. 1. et sequ. Statute of

Bridges I. 342, 344,

346, 347, 352, 353, 355 c. 9. Poisoning

I. 429 23. c. 1. s. 3. (Rep.) Accessories

I. 30, 434 Robbery

II. 62 24. c. 5. (Rep.) Killing Per

sons attempting to

rob, &c. I. 549, 550 25. c. 3. (Rep.) Accessories Murder

I. 434 c. 6. (Rep.) Aiders and abettors

1. 27 26. c. 6. Trial of murders, &c. in Wales

I. 462 27. c. 4. Admiralty - Trial I. 109 27. c. 6. (Rep.) Sodomy, felony without clergy

I. 567 28. c. 1. (Rep.) Sacrilege II. 45 c. 15. Piracy, I. 40, 100, et sequ.

596, and 168 Trial of Murders, &c. committed at sea I. 463,

470, 474

1. c. 1. Reviling the Sacrament

I. 217 c. 12. (Rep.) Benefit of Clergy

I. 26, 106, 429 Sacrilege II. 45 Robbery-Ilousebreaking, &c. II. 62,

637 Accessories I. 30, 434 s. 16. (Rep.) Bigamy

Clergy I. 187 s. 22. (Rep.) Witnesses - Treason, &c.

II. 637 2 & 3. c. 2. s. 6. Desertion in time

I. 98 c. 24. (Rep.) Trial in cases

of murder I. 462, 470 c. 24. s. 2, 3, 4. (Rep.) AC

cessories -
Trial

I. 40 3 & 4. c. 21. Forestalling, &c.

I. 169 5 & 6. c. 4. (Rep.) Quarrelling, &c.

in the Church,

Church-yard I. 278, 279 s. 3. (Rep.) Striking, &c.

in the Church or
Church-yard

I. 279,

612 c. 9. (Rep.) Stealing in houses, robbing, &c. I. 27, n. t.

II. 47 c. 14. Forestalling, &c.

I. 170, 171, 173

or

EDWARD VI.

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ELIZABETH.

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5 & 6. c. 16. s. 1. et sequ. selling offices I. 149, 150, 151,

152, 154 c. 19. Buying and selling coin

I. 89 c. 25. Alehouses

I. 2:8 6. c. 11. s. 12. (Rep.) Witnesses -Treason II. 637,

663 MARY.

of war

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5. c. 1. s. 21. (Rep.) Servants,

&c. assaulting their

Masters I. 623, 624 c. 4. s. 31. Serving Apprentice

ship I. 47, 48 c. 5. s. 27. Desertion in time

I. 98 c. 5. s. 13. Forestalling I. 169,

170 c. 9. s. 3. Perjury II. 523, 524,

525, 533, 540, 541, 542,

551, 596, 603 c. 11. s. 2. Impairing Coin I. 64 c. 12. Forestalling, &c. I. 169, 170 c. 14. Forgery II. 338, 351, 355,

371, 449, 451, 452, 453 8. c. 2. s. 4. Suing by fictitious

Plaintiff I. 186 c. 4. (Rep.) Stealing privately

from the PersonClergy I. 27, 272. II.

182, 214 13. c. 5. Fraudulent Conveyance

II. 312 c. 8. Usury

I. 409 c. 25. s. 13. Forestalling, &c.

1. 169, 170 14. c. 3. Counterfeiting Foreign Coin

62 18. c. 1. Impairing Coin I. 64 c. 5. s. 4. Informer compounding offences

I. 136,

137 c. 7. (Rep.) Rape, &c. Benefit of Clergy, &c. I. 62, 556,

564. II. 594 Carnal knowledge of Fe

male Children 1.565, et seq. Imprisonment, &c. I. 58, 62,

81, 208 21. c. 24. Fraudulent Conveyance

II. 313 29. c. 5. s. 2. Perjury

II. 523 31. c. 4. (Rep.) Public Stores II. 144 c. 5. s. 4. Trial, County I. 146, 181 s. 5. Common Informer,

Limitation I. 411 c. 11. Forcible Entry, Restitu

tion I. 285, 289—293 c. 12. s. 5. (Rep.) Accessories

I. 31, 36 39. c. 9. Procurers-Accessories I. 36

(Rep.) Abduction of

Women, Felony with-
out Clergy

I. 570

1. c. 10. Petit Treason

I. 482, n. g: 1 & 2 c. 11. Counterfeit Foreign Coin

I. 66 c. 13. (Rep.) Examinations,

Depositions I. 242, 482.

II. 654, 655, 656,

657, 659, 662, 666 2 & 3. c. 10. (Rep.) Ditto. I. 242. II. 649, 655, 657, 658,

659, 660 3. c. 3. Forestalling, &c.

I. 169,

170 3 & 4. c. 9. Accessories

I. 36 4 & 5. c. 3. s. 9. Desertion in time

I. 98 c. 4. (Rep.) Accessories I. 30,

32, 434. II. 62 c. 8. (Rep.) Taking away

females I. 577-579

I. 57,

of war

ELIZABETH.

1. c. 1. Reviling the Sacrament

I. 217 c. 2. Derogation of Book of Prayer

Ib. c. 17. Taking Fish

I. 341 5. c. 1. Killing one attaint, &c.

I. 424

ELIZABETH.

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CHARLES II.

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II. 267,

39. c. 15. (Rep.) Stealing from 16. c. 7. False Dice

II. 290 dwelling-house, &c I. 26, c. 8. Forestalling I. 169, 170 27. II. 47, 48

22. c. 5. (Rep.) Public Stores II. 144 43. c. 2. Overseers not accounting,

22 & 23. c. 1. (Rep.) [Coventry
&c.
I. 141, 147

Act] malicious maiming
s. 7. Disobeying Order of

I. 587, et seq.
Justice
I. 364

c. 5. Embezzlement II. 214 c. 13. (Rep.) Kidnapping I. 582

Public Stores

268

c. 7. (Rep.) Killing Horses JAMES I.

II. 498

c. 11. (Rep.) Piracy I. 101 1. c. 8. (Rep.) Statute of Stabbing

c. 25. (Rep. in part) I. 26, 485, et seq. 537

Game I. 517. II. 692 c. 11. s. 1, et seq. (Rep.) Bigamy 29. c. 7. Process-Sunday I. 519, 606

I. 187, et seq. 208 31. c. 2. Habeas Corpus Act I. 583 2. c. 31. s. 7. Spreading Infection

I. 114 3. c. 4. Serving Foreign States I. 91,

92

WILLIAM AND MARY. c. 21. Libel — Blasphemy

I. 217 21. c. 3. s. 4. Monopolies

I. 175 c. 6. Accessories, Clergy

I. 30.

1. sess. 1. c. 8. s. 2. Oath of alleII. 595

giance, &c. I. 91, n. c. c. 15. Forcible Entry-Resti

c. 18. s. 6. Chapels-Rétution I. 285, 290. II. 601

gistry I. 251, 282 c. 17. Usury

I. 409, 410 1. c. 18. s. 18. Disturbing Dissent-
c. 19. Bankrupts
II. 251

ing Congregations
c. 21. Inns—Exorbitant Prices

I. 280-282 I. 298 n. r.

1. st. 2. c. 2. Bill of Rights I. 214, n. x. c. 26. Fraudulent Fine, Bail,

266, n. 6. &c. II. 387, 482

2. c. 5. S. 4. Pound-breach and c. 27. Concealment of Death of

Rescue, &c.

I. 363 Bastard Children I. 424

3 & 4. c. 9. (Rep.) Accessoriesc. 28. s. 8. Perjury

II. 523

Clergy I. 25, 27, 30,

36, 567

Housebreaking, &c.
CHARLES I.

II. 47, 49, 62, 90,

214, 705. 3. c. 3. Assaulting Officer

I. 49

Larceny in Lodgings, 16. c. 7. Gaming I. 408, n. k

&c.

II. 246 c. 10. Star Chamber I. 579

4. c. 4. Personating Bail II. 483 c. 10. Owners of Deer re

sisting Offenders I. 454 CHARLES II.

c. 14. Receiving Stolen goods

II. 282 12. c. 13. Usury

I. 409 4 & 5. c. 23. (Rep.) Gamekeepers, c. 25. s. 11. Wine

II. 292

&c. resisting Offenders 13. st. 1. c. 5. s. 2, 3. Tumultuous

I. 454, 549 Petitioning I. 265, 266 c. 24. (Rep.) Clergy II. 575 13 & 14. c. 12. Poor

I. 364

5. c. 11. Certiorari, Costs I. 306, 331, c. 31. mpairing Coin I. 65

338, 359. II. 603 14. c. 14. Reimbursing Constables I.141 6 & 7. c. 17. Impairing Coin, Bul15. c. 7. s. 12. Exporting Foreign

lion, &c.

I. 65, 70,
Coin
I. 70

II. 598

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WILLIAM AND MARY. Page

WILLIAM III.

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63, 71

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nesses

try Acts

7 & 8. c. 7. s. 4. Bribery I. 157 11 & 12. c. 7. s. 9. Laying hands on
c. 19. s. 6. Exporting Bullion

Commander of
I. 70

Ship

I. 623 8 & 9. c. 26. s. 6, 7, & 9. Passing

s. 18. (Rep.) Forcing Counterfeit Coin I. 73,

men on Shore, et sequ. 79, et sequ.

&c.

I. 583 s. 5. Coining Instruments

I. 77 c. 26. Counterfeiting Coin,

ANNE. &c. &c. I. 54, 56, 60,

1. st. 1. c. 18. Repairing Bridges c. 27. Obstructing Process

I. 353, 358, 359 I. 361

st. 2. c. 9. (Rep.) Thefts 9. c. 2. Current Coin

I. 54, 80

Thames

II. 282 c. 5. (Rep.) Larceny in Lodg

st. 2. c. 9. s. 1, 2. (Rep.) Re-
ings
II. 246

ceiving Stolen 9 & 10. c. 7. Fireworks, Nuisances

Goods II. 258 I. 303

s. 3. Prisoners Witc. 21. s. 1. Counterfeit Coin

II. 640 I. 63

Accessories I. 30, 38 c. 32. Libel, Blasphemy I. 48,

Receivers of stolen 218

goods

I. 37 Manslaughter 1.485 n. f. 2 & 3. c. 4. s. 19. Perjury-Regis

II. 531 WILLIAM III.

2 & 3. c. 4. Forgery-Registered

Deeds, &c. II. 448, 449 1. c. 18. s. 17. Libel, Blasphemy 5. c. 6. s. 4. (Rep.) Benefit of Clergy [. 217

I. 25 7. c. 3. s. 7. Witnesses for Prisoner c. 14. Penalty of killing a Hare 1.49 II. 640 c. 14. s. 2. Game

II. 692 c. 34. Quakers II. 525, 592 c. 31. (Rep.) Accessories-Re8 & 9. c. 2. Coin

I. 54. n. (e)

ceivers

I. 35, 38 c. 11. Death of Party to Suit c. 34. Forestalling, &c. I. 169, 170

II. 520 5 & 6. c. 18. Perjury, Registry c. 29. s. 36. Rasing--For

Acts

II. 531 gery II. 320,

Forgery, Registered 396, 404

Deeds

II. 449 10 & 11. c. 17. Lotteries and Nui. 6. c. 7. Libel, &c. against the King I. 304

I. 221 c. 23. (Rep.) Privately

c. 31. s. 3. Fire-Servants II. 496 Stealing, &c.

c. 16. Alluring and marrying II. 214, 262

Females (Irish) I. 581 c. 25. Privately Stealing 7. c. 12. Ambassadors, &c. I. 607 in a Shop I. 28

c. 20. Forgery Registered Deeds Trials of Murders,

II. 449 &c.in New found. c. 25. Counterfeiting Coins, &c. land I. 188. n. (d).

I. 55, 71, 73, 79 464 9. c. 10. s. 41. Post Office II. 230 c. 41. Public Stores II. 264, c. 12. s. 24. Forestalling, &c. 265, 266, 267, 268,

Hops I. 173 n. u. 272, et sequ. c. 14. False Dice, &c. II. 290, 314 11 & 12. c. 7. (Rep.) Piracy I. 100, c. 14. s. 5. Gaming I. 406, 408 101, 103, 106, 110, 168

Incompetency II. 593

Sances

ANNE.

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GEORGE I.

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9. c. 14. s. 8. (Rep.) Assault on ac

count of Gaming

I. 278, 624 c. 16. (Rep.) Attempting to kill, &c. Privy Counsellors

I. 590, 6 5 c. 21. s. 57. Forgery-South Sea

Company II. 408 10. c. 19. s. 97. Forgery — Stamps

for Linen II. 421 12. c. 7. (Rep.) Stealing 40s. in a House

I. 6,7 7. Embezzlement

II. 214 Burglary II. 7, 17, 42 Stealing in a Dwellinghouse II. 51, 52, 53, 54,

126, 129, 709 st. 2. c. 16. Usury I. 410, 411

c. 23. Play houses, &c. I. 300

II. 497,

cue

tent to spoil garments

I. 620, 621, 624 8. c. 6. Quakers II. 525, 591 c. 22. s. 4. Forgery-Funds II. 388

389, 392 c. 24. s. 1, 2. Piracy I. 101, 102 s. 3. Piracy--Accessories

I. 105 S. 4. Piracy-Clergy I. 106 9. c. 8. s. 3, 4, 5. Public Stores

II. 266, 267, 268, 272, 273 c. 12. s. 4. Forging Annuities

II. 292 c. 22. (Rep.) Arson II.491,492, 493 Maiming Cattle

498, 499 c. 22. (Rep.) (Black Act), Res

I. 27, 28, 386, 387,

590, et seq. s. 1. Threatening Letters II. 576, 577, 578, 584,

586 c. 28. Obstructing Process

I. 361 11. c. 4. s. 6. Mayors, &c., hin. dering Elections

I. 143 c. 12. Damaging Ships

II. 515 c. 18. s. 3. Perjury--London Election

II. 533 c. 22. Obstructing Process I, 361 12. c. 25. Bricks—Penalty I. 49, n. a. c. 29. Attorneys-Forgery II. 385 S. 4. Perjury-Attorneys

II. 551 c. 32. s. 9. Forgery-East In

dia Company, &c. II. 409

Forgery-Chancery II. 444 c. 34. (Rep.) Assault upon Manufactures

I. 624

GEORGE I.

1. C. 47. Seducing Soldiers I. 98 1. st. 2. c. 5. s. 1, 2, 3, 5, 8.

Unlawful Assem

blies I. 255, 256, 282 st. 2. c. 25. s. 3. Naval &c. Stores

II. 241 $. 4. Do. II. 241, 242 st. 2. c. 25. s. 3. 14. Public

Stores II. 264, 265, 266 st. 2. c. 25. s. 6. Forgery Treasurer of Navy

II. 435 st. 2. c. 57. Highways I. 318

s. 4. Riots (Rep.) 1. 251, 253 3. c. 4. s. 1. Forging Stamps II. 421 4. c. 11.(Rep.)Piracy-Clergy I. 106

S. 4. (Rep.)Helping to stolen
go ds I. 32, 136. II. 261,

262, 509 s. 5. (Rep.) Transportation

II. 595 c. 12. Damaging Ships

II. 515 6. C. 4. s. 1. Forging Stamps II. 421 c. 11. s. 50. Forging-South Sea Company

II. 408 Ditto

II. 408 c. 18. s. 13. Forgery-Ingurance Company

II. 409 c. 19. Kidnapping

I. 583 c. 23. (Rep.) Transportation,

Rescuing, &c. I. 402 s. 11. (Rep.) Assault with in

GEORGE II.

2. c. 5. s. 3. (Rep.) Stealing chose in action II. 62, 143, 145,

172, 178 c. 21. (Rep.) Homicide-County

I. 108, 465 c. 24. Bribery in Elections I. 156,

159 c. 25. s. 1. Forgery II. 328, 339,

348, 362, 370 c. 25. s. 2. Perjury II. 525, 533,

551 c. 25. (Rep.) Embezzlement

II. 147, 148, 149 s. 3. Notes, Bills, &c.

II. 171, 232, 233

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