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TABLE OF CONTENTS.

CHILDREN.

1. Women, 31.

2. Children, 34.

3. Indictment, 35.

4. Evidence, 35.

IV. ADULTERATION OF FOOD AND

DRINK.

1. Selling Unwholesome Provisions, 35

2. Engrossing or Regrating, 36.

V. ARSON AND BURNING.

1. Statutes, 36.

2. The Offence, 36.

3. Places of Divine Worship, 37.

4. Dwelling-houses with Persons there-

in, 38.

5. What Houses or Buildings, 38.

6. Railway Stations and Buildings,

7. Public Buildings, 40. [40.

8. Other Buildings, 40.

9. Property in Buildings, 41.

10. By Gunpowder and Explosive Sub-

stances, 41.

11. Crops, Stacks or Woods, 42,

12. Coal and other Mines, 43.

13. Parties Indictable, 44.

14. Indictment, 44.

15. Evidence, 45.

VI. ASSAULT AND BATTERY.

1. Common, 47.

2. On Clergymen or Ministers of Re.

ligion, 49.

BERY.

VII. BIGAMY.

1. The Offence, 59.

2. On Absence or Death of Partirs,

3. Where Triable, 64.

[62

4. Indictment, 61.

5. Evidence and Witnesses, 65.

VIII. BURGLARY AND HOUSEBREAK-

ING.

1. Statutes, 66.

2. Breaking and Entering, 67.

3. Breaking out, 68.

4. By Lodgers, 69.

5. What is Night-time, 69.

6. What is a Dwelling-house, 69.

7. What is not a Dwelling-house, 71.

8. Breaking into Churches and Places

of Divine Worship, 72.

9. T'he Curtilage, 73.

10. Ownership, 74.

11. Intent, 75.

[76.

12. Armeil with Intent to brenk or enter,

13. Șlealing in a Dwelling-house, 77.

14. In Schools, Shops, l'arehouses or

Counting-houses, 78.

15. Purtirs Indictable, 79.

16. Indictment, 79.

17. Evidence and Trial, 81.

IX. COINING.

1. Statutes, 82.

2. Interjiretation, 82.

3. Whit is Coining, 83.

4. Colouring, 85.

AND SERVANTS.

1. The Offence, 118.

2. Amounting to Larceny, or Embez-

zlement, 134.

3. Indictment, 136.

4. Particulars of Charges, 137.

5. Evidence, 138.

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XVII. FORGERY.

1. Statu'es, 173.
2. What is Forgery, 174.
3. The Instrument, 176.

(a) Bank Notes, 176.
(b) Bills of Exchange and Pro-

missory Notes, 182.
(C) Cheques, 188.
(d) Dorumenis purporting to be

mude. Abroad, 189.

(e) Court Rolls, 190.

XX. LARCENY AND RECEIVERS.

1. What amounts to a Toking, 232.

(n) General Principles, 232.

(b) On Sale or Purchase of

Goods, 238.

(c) By a Trick or a Fraud, 240.

(d) On Breach of Contract to

sell, 243.

(e) By Hirers of Property, 244.

(f) From Bailees at Common XXI. MALICIOUS INJURY TO PROP-

Law, 241.

(245.

(8) By Builees at Common Law,

ERTY, CATTLE AND OTHER

(n) By Purning Property, 246.

ANIMALS.

(i) Meuns of facilitating or de:

tecting Larceny, 247.

1. Houses or Buildings, by Tenants,

(j) In Case of Lost Property,

310.

247.

2. Manufactures and Materials, 310.

(k) Recency of Possession of

3. Machinery, 312.

Stolen Property, 250.

4. Mines, 313.

(1) Servants tuking Master's

5. Sea and River Banks, 315.
Corn for feeding Horses,

6. Ships and Sea Signals, 315.

251.

7. Fish Ponds, 317.

n) By Husband and Wife, 251.

8. Trees, Shrubs, Fences and Vege-

(n) By Wife's Paramour, 252.

tables, 318.

(0) By Clerks or Servants, 253.

9. Hopbin:/s, 320.

(p) By fraudulent Bailees, 258.

10. Works of Art, 320.

(9) By Parties in concert, 260.

11. Indictment, 321.

2. By Persms in the Queen's Service,

12. Amount of Injury, 321.

or by the Police, 260.

13. Witnesses, 321.

3. By Post Office Servants and Others

14. Killing or Maiming Cattle or other

4. In a Dwelling-house, 264.

Animals, 322.

[261.

5. From the Person, 266.

15. Railways and Telegraphs — See

6. By Tenants or Lodgers, 267.

XXX. Railways, 425.

7. In Munufuctorirs, 267.

8. Froin Mines, 268.

XXII. MISDEMEANORS.

9. In Ships in Ports or on Navigable

Rives and Wharves, 269.

1. What Indictalıle in general, 323.

10. Abroad or on the High Seas, 269. 2. Attempt to commit, 324.

11. Stealing or destroying Written In-

struments, 270.

12. Stealing or destroying Trees, Shrubs, XXIII. MURDER, MANSLAUGIITER,

Vegetables and Fences, 271.

AND OFFENSES AGAINST

13. Attempts to commit Larceny, 274.

THE PERSON.

14. Subject matter of Larceny, 274.

15. Letiers and Government Documents, 1. Murder, 326.

16. Fixtures, 278.

[277. 2. Manslaughter. 334.

17. Cuttle and other Animals, 279.

3. Abroad and at Sea, 346.

(a) Statute, 279.

4. Principles, Accessories and Abet-

(b) Horse Stealing, 279.

tors, 349.

(0) Cattle, 281.

5. Conspiring, or Soliciting to commit

(d) Sheep Stealing, 281.

Murder, 350.

(e) Deer, 282.

6. Attempts to Murder and Inflicting

(f) Does or Pigeons, 284.

grievous Bodily Harm, 350.

() Fish, 284.

(a) By Administering Poison,

(h) Dogs, 286.

[287.

350.

(i) Birds and other Animals,

(b) With Intent to procure Mis-

(j) Carcases or Skins, 288.

carriage or Abortion, 353.

18. The Ownership, 289.

(c) By Shooting, Wounding,

19. Receivers of Stolen Property, 294.

Drowning, Suffocating or

(a) Statutory Prorisions, 294.

Strangling, 354.

(b) Who ore Receivers, 295.

(d) Inflicting Grievous Bodily

(c) Joint Receivers, 296.

Harm, 358.

(d) Husband and Wife, 297.

(e) By Resisting or Preventing

20. Indictment for Stealing and Re-

the Apprehension or De

ceiving, 298.

tainer of Persons, 363.

(a) Stealing, 298.

(f) By Means of Gunpowder or

(b) Stealing and Receiving, 301.

other Explosive Substan-

21. Jurisdiction to try, 303.

22. Evidence, 304.

(g) By setting Fire to or casting

23. Punishment, 307.

away Ships, 365.

24. Restitution and Recovery of Stolen

(h) Preventing Rescue from

Property, 307.

Shipwreck, 365.

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