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GEORGE III.

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GEORGE III.

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of

Cers, &c.

quer Bills

48. c. 75. Forgery-Order Burial

II. 472 c. 101. Perjury-Pilotage II. 530 c. 116. Packets-Letters II. 210 c. 142. Forgery-Annuities

II. 392, 447 s. 26. Perjury+Life

Annuities II. 526 49. c. 14. Bastards I. 424, 476 c. 35. s. 9 & 10. Personating

Seamen's Widows,
&c.

II. 439, 440
c. 45. S. 10 & 11. Personat-
ing Half Pay Offi.

II. 439 c. 64. Forgery – Annuities,

&c. II. 392, 447, 448 c. 81. s. 1. (Rep.) Forging Stamps

II. 428 t. 84. Bridge over the Tone I. 352 c. 118. Giving Offices, &c. for Election

purpose I. 155, 156 Bribery in Elections I. 159 160 c. 122. Stolen Anchors I. 104 c. 123. s. 13. Forgery-Uttering

II. 357 c. 126. Buying and selling offices

I. 150, et seq. 50. c. 23. s. 11. Forging Exchequer Bills

II. 433 c. 36. Stage Coachmen

I. 536 c. 48. Stage Coachmen

I. 627 c. 59. s. 1. Embezzlement- Public Money

II. 227 c. 65. Perjury-Land Revenues

II. 531 c. 102. Unlawful Oath in Ireland

I. 133, 134 51. c. 15. Perjury-Exchequer Bills

II. 526 s. 71. Forgery-Exche

II. 433 c. 127. Buying and selling Coin I. 89 52. c. 12. Public Stores II. 272 č. 50. Buying and selling Coin

I. 89, 90 c. 63. (Rep.) Embezzlement II. 219 c. 104. Uolawful Oaths I. 130, 132 c. 110. Bridges

I. 354 c. 129. Forgery-Annuities II. 392 c. 129. s. 7. Perjury-Life Annuities

II. 526 c. 130. (Rep.) Rioters pulling down Buildings, &c. I. 252,

253

52. c. 138. s. 5, 6. Forgery, &c. of Bank Notes

II. 401 c. 143. Resisting and evading Revenue Laws

I. 123 Forgery-Prefines, Ex

cise, Land Tax II. 428, 430 Forgery-Stamps, &c. II.

410, et seq. s. 1. Revenue Laws

Clergy II. 228, 237 s. 2, 3. Stealing, &c. from Letters II. 228, 229, 236,

237, 238 s. 4. Accessory to ditto

II. 229 s. 5. Fines-Forgery II. 387 c. 146. Forgery-Parish Registers

II. 447 c. 155. Disturbing Religious

Assemblies I. 281, 282 c. 156. Aiding Escape of Prisoners of War

I. 400 53. c. 5. Coin

I. 89 c. 41. Public Stores

II. 273 s. 26. Forgery-Exche

II. 433 c. 54. Buying,&c.Offices I. 153, n.d. c. 89. Neglecting, &c. to deliver Election Writs I. 162,

163 c. 108. s. 25. Forgery Stamps

II. 427 c. 127. Excommunication-Evidence

II. 592 c. 141. Annuities

I. 410, 412 c. 151. s. 12. Forgery-Admiralty Court

II. 435 c. 160. Doctrine of the Trinity

I. 218 54. c. 52. Buying and selling Coin

I. 89 c. 60. Public Stores

II. 272 c. 70. Forgery-Transfer of Funds

II. 392 c. 90. Repairing of Public Bridges

I. 348 c. 93. s. 8 9. False Personation

II. 481 c. 101. (Rep.) Child-stealing 1.584 c. 109. Turnpike

I. 327 c. 110. Embezzlement-Green

wich Hospital II. 222 c. 146. High Treason I. 484 c. 157. s. 16. Forgery-Volunteers

JI. 436

quer Bills

GEORGE III.

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GEORGE III.

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54 c. 186. Admitting to Bail

I. 368 c. 186. Apprehension of offenders

II. 176 55. c 60. Perjury-Seamen's Will

II. 529 c. 60. Forgery, &c. Prize Money

II. 438 s. 30. False Petitions

Seaman's Wages II.440,441 c. 68. Diverting and Stopping

Public Roads 1. 312, 327 c. 99. s. 116. Perjury-Bread in London

II. 533 c. 108. s. 127. Military Stores

II. 243 c. 113. s. 6. Perjury-Excise

II. 527 127. Public Stores

II. 273 137. Embezzlement Poor. houses

II. 222 c. 143. Repairing Bridges I. 354 c. 157. Perjury in Irish Court

II. 528 c. 184. s. 7,53. Forgery_Stamps

II. 412, 413, 528 c. 185. Forgery, Stamps, &c.

II. 413, 414 c. 194. A pothecaries Act II. 694 56. c. 21. s. 49. Perjury-Coals II. 533 c. 27. Transportation-Return, Rescue, and escape from

I. 368, 402 c. 56. s. 37. Forgery, Irish

Stamp II. 415, 416, 417 c. 63. Mill-bank Penitentiary

II. 315, 376, 399, et seq. Officers of Penitentiary,

(misconduct of) 1. 144 c. 68. Silver coinage I. 54, 56,

63, n.t. 64, 67 s. 13. Buying of Gold Coin

I. 89 s. 15. Coinage — Indictment

I. 90 s. 16. Gold Coinage Evidence

I. 90 c. 78. s. 50. Perjury - Coals

II. 533 c. 101. s. 4. Forgery, Navy,

Pensioners, &c. II. 442 c. 103. s. 3. Perjury — Excise

II. 527 c. 104. Resisting, &c. Revenue

I. 123 c. 117. Convict Insanes I. 15

56. c. 125. Rioters, &c. injuring Collieries, &c.

I. 253 c. 130. Game

1. 419, n. f. c. 138. Abolition of Pillory

1.98, 136, n. 11., 245, 269, 554,

563, 574, 598 57. c. 7. Seducing Soldiers, &c. I. 98 c. 19. Societies taking unlawful Oaths

I. 132, 133 Unlawful Public Meetings

I. 260, et seq. (Rep.) Damages by Rioters

I 251, n. t. c. 51. Marriage

1. 206 c. 53. Trial of Murders, &c.

committed abroad I. 463 c. 90. Destroying Game in the

Night I. 417, 707 c. 127. s. 4. Forgery, &c. Prize Money

II. 439 False Personation II. 481,

482 58. c. 23. s. 38. Forgery Ex

chequer Bills II. 433 c. 38. Kidnapping

I. 583 c. 70. (Rep.) Witnesses Expences

II. 641 c. 84. Marriage in India

I. 205 59. c. 11. Mill-bank Penitentiary

I. 382, 399 c. 60. Foreign Enlistment

1.92, et seq.

s. 56. Forgery, &c.

Prize Money II. 439 c. 136. Mill-bank Penitentiary

1. 144 0. Libel

1. 245, 246 Unlawful Assemblies

I. 259, 260

GEORGE IV.

1. c. 1. Unlawful Assemblies

I. 245,

246 c. 4. Stage Coachmen

I. 627 c. 6. Unlawful Assemblies

I. 260 c. 8. Blasphemous and Seditious Libels

I. 245, 246 c. 35. Forgery Accountant General

II. 436 c. 37. Special Constables I. 147 c. 58. s. 12. Forgery Stamps

II. 420

Laws

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C. 50.

GEORGE IV.

Page 1. c. 90. (Rep.) Maiming, &c. on High Seas

I. 596 c. 92. Forgery-Bank Notes, &c.

II. 420, et seq. c. 115. (Rep) Abduction of Wo

I. 570 c. 117. (Rep.) Clergy-Stealing in Shops

1. 28 c. 119. s. 33. Insolvents II. 315 1 & 2. c. 25. Irish Lunatics 1. 14, n. a.

c. 41. Steam Engines I. 306
c. 49. s. 3. False Petitions

Seaman's Wages II. 441
Bakers

I. 116 c. 61. s. 6. Perjury-East

India Prize

Money II. 529 c. 75. Stolen Anchors I. 104

Receiving Tackle, &c. from Ships II. 279–

281 c. 76. Cinque Ports II. 515 c. 88. (Rep.) Assaulting a

Constable I. 626 c. 90. Clergy-Piracy

I. 106, 109 3. c. 17. Marriage I. 193, 194

c. 33. (Rep.) Riot I. 253, n. (x)
c. 38. (Rep.) Trial of Acces-
sory

I. 37, 38
Manslaughter

I. 536 c. 51. Forgery, &c.-Military,

&c.- Pensions,&c. II.443 c. 55. Thefts on Thames II. 283 c. 75. Marriage I. 193, 194 c. 123. Insolvents

II. 315 c 126. Turnpike I. 318, 326, 327,

337 Bridges Add. vol. I. p. vii 4. c. 5. Marriage

1. 194 Arms in Ireland 272, n. (m) c. 41. s. 47. Perjury — Ship's Re

gisters

II. 530 c. 52. Burial of Felo de se 429, p. (k) c. 53. (Rep.) Clergy-Stealing in Shops

I. 28 Naval, &c. Stores II. 241 C. 54. Rep. Alteration of Black Act 386, 387.-Add.

vol. I. p. xvii Assault with intent to rob

1. 616-620 Maiming Cattle

II. 497 c. 64. Escape-Evidence, &c.

I. 368, 381, 391

4.c. 76. Marriage Act I. 194—200,

206, 579, 580 Forgery, &c.—Registers

II. 446, 520 Unlawful Assemblies I. 263 c. 91. Marriage I. 205, 206

c. 95. Turnpike I. 318, 326, 327 5. c. 5. Forgery — Birmingham Plate

JI. 415 c. 18. Arrest, &c. by Officer out of District 458, 510,

519 c. 20. s. 4. Embezzlement, &c.

Post-Office II. 235 c. 30. Stealing Records in Ireland

II. 143 c. 32. Marriage

I. 197 c. 68. Marriage

I. 206 c. 83. Vagrant I. 507, n. t.

Implements of House

breaking Add. vol. I. p. iv c. 84. Escape of Persons or

dered to be Trans-
ported

I. 391 Regulation of Transportation

I. 393, et seq: c. 95. , Combinations of Work

II. 565 c. 107. s. 5. False Personation,

&c.

II. 480 c. 113. Slave Trade I. 102,164,et seq. Forgery-Slave Trade

II. 444 Perjury-Slave Trade

II. 530 6. c. 5. Mutiny Act I. 95, 98, 99 Perjury-Mutiny Act

II. 529
Transportation under

Sentence of Court
Martial

I. 387 c. 16. s. 99.- Perjury – Bank

rupts II. 532 s. 112, 113. Embezzlement

– Bankrupts II. 248 c. 19. (Rep.) Threatening Letters

II. 578 c. 25. Clergymen Convicts

I. 25,

men

c. 14.

n. m.

Clergy, allowance of, I. 472,

n. f. Competency of Wit

II. 594-596 c. 69. Punishment of transported Convicts

I. 402

nesses

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6 c. 78. Quarantine I. 111, 113 Forgery-Quarantine

II. 444 Perjury-Quarantine

II. 530 c 89. Buying, &c. Offices I. 149 c. 92. Marriage I. 203, 204 c. 105. Revenue Laws I. 117 c. 106. Revenue Laws

1. 117 Forgery-Customs II. 432

Perjury-Customs II. 527 c. 107. Revenue Laws I. 117 c. 108. Revenue Laws I. 117–125,

531, 547 Bribery

I. 157 c. 112. Embezzlement - Ware

housed Goods II. 223 c. 119. Forgery - Newspaper Stamps, &c.

II. 421 c. 126. Maiming, &c. in Scot. land

I. 595 c. 129. Combinations of Work

II. 565, 566 c. 133. Seal of

Apothecaries
Company

II. 702 7. c. 57. Perjury, &c.-Insolvents

II. 532 c. 64. s. 1, 2. Bail Add. Vol. I.

perty of partners,
counties, &c., how
to be laid

Ib. xxiv, xxv. II. 164, 166– 168, 218, 367, 369,

371, 485, 495 s. 19. Plea of misnomer

Ib. xxv. II. 714 s. 20, 21. Defects in in

dictment 16. xxv, xxvi. II. 172, 173,

298 s. 22, 23, 24, 25, 26, 27.

Expences of pro-
secutions

Ib. xxvi,

xxvii s. 28, 29, 30. Compensa

tion to those who
have been active in
apprehending of

fenders Ib. xxviii s. 31. Estreating recogni

Ib. xxviii,

xxix s. 32. Repeal of former acts,

Ib. xxix 7 & 8. c. 18. Spring guns,

traps, &c. Add. Vol. I.

men

zances

man

P. xxi

p. xix

c. 27. Repealing act (see

the Table of Re.
pealed

Statutes, post. Add. Vol. II.

ses

P. xli

6 not

guilty

s. 2. Examination, &c. be

fore J. P.-recog-
nizances of witnes-
Ib. xxii. II. 638,

655, 666 5. 3. Ditto, in cases of mis

demeanors Ib. xxii s. 4, 5, 6. Dịtto, before co

roners

Ib. xxii.

II. 662 5. 7, 8. Standing mute

challenging, &c.
-outlawry, &c.

Ib. xxiii s. 9, 10, 11. Accessories

Ib. xxiii. II. 44, 46, 47, 55, 60, 61, 93, 258,

183, 357, 371 s. 12. Offences on bound.

aries of counties

Ib. xxiv. II. 176 s. 13. Offences on a jour

ney Ib. xxiv. II. 176 s. 14, 15, 16, 17, 18. Io. dictment

pro

c. 28. s. 1. Plea of

shall put prisoner on

his trial Ib. 1 s. 2. Entering 6a plea of

not guilty' for the
prisoner

Ib. s. 3. Challenge beyond

legal number Ib. li s. 4. Attainder not pleadable Ib. li. II. 42,

180 s. 5. Jury not to enquire

whether prisoner
fled, &c.

Ib. li. II

179 s. 6. Benefit of clergy abolished Ib. li. II.

44 s. 7. What felonies shall

be capital Ib. li

GEORGE IV.

Page 7 & 8. c. 28. s. 8. Punishment of fe

lonies not other-
wise provided for

Ib. li. II. 179 s. 9. Hard labour, &c. Ib. li s. 10. Punishment of per

son already under sentence Ib. li. II.

180, 489 s. 11. Punishment for

subsequent felony
- form of indict.
ment and evidence,
&c. Ib. li, lii. II.

180, 428,704 s. 12. Punishment of Ad.

miralty offences Ib. lii s. 13. Effect of pardon on convict

Ib. lii s. 14. Rule for interpret

ation of all crimi-
nal statutes Ib. lii. II.

173
s. 15. Commencement of
act

Ib. lii s. 16. Not to extend to

Scotland or Ire-
land

Ib. lii c. 29. s. ). Commencement of

act Add. Vol. I.

same, &c.

a

GEORGE IV.

Page 7 & 8. c. 29. s. 10. Sacrilege, when capital

II. 45 s. 11. Burglary, capital

II. 44 s. 12. Housebreaking and

stealing in a house, when capital II. 49,

51 s. 13. What

buildings only are part of a house for capital purposes

II. 55 s. 14. Robbery in any building within the

II. 55 s. 15. Robbery in

shop, warehouse,
or counting-house

II. 60 s. 16. Stealing certain

goods in process of

manufacture II. 244 s. 17. Stealing goods from

a vessel in a port,
river, or canal, &c.

II. 194 s. 18. Plundering or steal

ing any part of the

tackle, &c. II. 194 s. 19. Persons in posses

sion of shipwreck

ed goods, &c. II. 194 s. 20. If any person offers

shipwrecked goods

for sale, &c. II. 194 s. 21. The stealing, &c.

of records, &c. II. 143 s. 22. The stealing, &c.

of wills II. 142 s. 23. The stealing of

writings relating to

real estates II. 142 s. 24. Provisions to

wills and writings,
&c.

II. 142 s. 25. Stealing horses,

cows, and sheep,
&c.

II. 184
s. 26. Stealing, &c. deer
in any

inclosed ground, felony II. 187 s. 27. Suspected persons

found in possession
of venison, &c. II.

187

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II. 92,

as

s. 2. Distinction between

grand and petit larceny abolished II. 29,

150, 171, 592 s. 3. Punishment for simple larceny

179 s. 4. Hard labour, &c.

II. 179 s. 5. Stealing public and

private securities

for money, &c. II. 144 s. 6. Robbery from the person, &c. II. 61, 90,

91, 182 s. 7. Obtaining money,

&c. by threaten-
ing, &c.

II. 578 s. 8. Sending letters con

taining menacing

demands, &c. II. 579 8. 9. What shall be deemed an

infamous crime

II. 62, 76

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