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STATUTES

SUBJECTS of ACTS PROVISIONS relating thereto, repealed, wholly

repealed.

in the NEW ACTS.
or in part.
425 Geo. 2. c. 37 P. Murder -

19 G.4. C. 31. s. 2 to 8
P. Stealing from wrecks—117 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 18

Search warrants for ditto 31 + ...

P. Assaults to hinder salvage 9 G. 4. c. 31. 8. 24
SP. Allowances to poor wit-17 G. 4. c. 64. s. 22 to 26
be a nesses - - - -

P. Burning goss, &c. and,
c. 1931 perpetuating 25 Geo. 2.17 & 8 G. 4. c. 30. s. 17

c. 36 - - - -
30 St. Stealing lead and other
metals

. . c. 29. s. 37 As to destroying, &c. trees,

see 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 30. s. 19.

As to stealing, c. 29. S. 38. P. Liability of parishes, &c. c. 36 | if trees, 8c. are cut or

But the liability of hundreds,

&c. to make good the dadestroyed - -

mage, is not continued by the late Act, except in case

of riots 24 SP. Obtaining money by

7 & 8 G. 4. C. 29. s. 53 1 false pretences

See 7 & 8 G.4. c. 30. s. 21, 22, 35 T. Destroying madder

As to roots
T. To amend the 1 Jac. 1,
2 Geo. 3. c. 29 | I

for preservine
for preserving game. It & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 33

relates to pigeons - 4 ..

Slt. Destroying banks, flood)
gates, &c. - : -)

.. c. 30. s. 12
St. Inter alia pl. Destroy- ?
ing trees

. c. 29. s. 38 to 41

.

- -S St. Fish and conies, and Lincolnshire sea banks ]

.. . s. 34, 35 S T. Preservation of trees,

. c. 30. s. 19, as to roots, &c. -

destroying trees, &c. 1. Preservation of timber 1

. c. 29. s. 38 to 41, and woods -

damaging and stealing ST. Destroying mills, works / of mines, šc. - -}

.. c. 30. s. 2, 5, 6, 7 T. Inter alia, preserving

.. c. 29. s. 38, 9 | hollies, &c.

30, s. 19, 20 T. Stealing dogs -

.. c. 29. s. 31, 32 T. Receivers

. . S. 54 to 57 SP. Punishing larceny and receivers - -

.. passim
St. Stealing turnips, cab-

8. 43
1 bages, &c. - - -
T. Preserving poplars, al-

8. 38 to 41
ders, &c. - - - .. .. c. 30. s. 10
T. Deer

.. c. 9. S. 26 to 29 P. Prosecutor's costs

G. 4. C. 64
P. Transportation, impri-117 & 8 G. 4. c. 28. s. 9' .

sonment, &c. -
T. To explain 4 G
U C. 32. Lead, &c. - -

. c. 29 .
T. Leud, &c. -
c. 58 T. Receivers - - .

. . S. 54 to 57

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* STATUTES. e SUBJECTS of ACTS - PROVISIONS relating thereto, repealed, wholly. . . repealed.

in the NEW ACTS. or in part. + 30 Geo. 3. C. 48

S| Distinction from murder no P. Petit treason .

longer continued, see 9 G, 4 T. That persons convicted The distinction between petty 31 .

of petty larceny, may be l and grand larceny abolished

witnesses - - -) by 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. 8. 2 IT. Oyster fisheries : 17 & 8.G. 4. c. 29. s. 36 " P. Firing ships and ob-17 & 8 G. 4. c. 30. s. 9 structing and assaulting |

and . seamen .- ..

>19 G. 4. c. 31. s. 24 to 29 T. Bigamy - - - . . 8. 22 .. " c. 951 T. Liability of hundreds

217 & 8 G. 4. c. 31, 'passimo P. Assaults to obstruct the

9 G. 4. C. 31. s. 26 passage of grain, &c. &c.'

.st. Embezzlements of clerks } 17 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 48 to 51 39 .

and servants - -S

CP. Misdemeanor, stealing , 39 & 40 .. under 58. Wilful inju

. č. 29 & 30' ries, &c. - -

ST. Indemnity to persons 41 (U.K.) c.

c.31 241

..'. whose mills, fc. destroyed

Stealing, &c. vegetables, 7 & C. 67 T. Extending 13 G.3.c.321_8G. 4. c. 29. s. 43. "'.

Destroying, &c. c. 30. s. 21,22 c. 107 T. Deer - - - - 17 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 26 to 29

T. Malicious shooting at,

wounding, stabbing, &c. 17 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 26 to 29

using means to procure +43. c. 583

.. c. 30. s. 2; &c." miscarriage of women,

4. c. 31. s. 11, 12, 13 and setting fire to build

ings - - -
c. 59 P. As to low

P. As to laying the property 7 G. 4. c. 64, s. 22 to 24 .,
T. Casting away and de-

17 G. 4. C. 64. s. 9, 10 & 11" stroying ships, regulat

7 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 61 c. 1131 ing trials of accessories

.. c. 30 to murders and felonies,

G. 4. c. 31. s. 3 & 31 and manslaughters 44. . c. 92 P. Theft and larceny - - . . . c. 29, passin ,

This relates to stealing bark of St. Amending 6 G. 3. c. 36 trees in the king's forests, and 9 G. 3. c. 41

&c. quære, if specifically pro

vided for in the new Acts, T. To repeal 8 Eliz, c. 4,

as to taking clergy from
. 129
31. the offence of privately

stealing-
... c. 144 1

ST. Preserving the oyster
fisheries

le oyster}| . .' . $. 36

- -
T. To repeal 18 G. 2, as

far as same takes clergy
from persons stealing /
cloth, &c. in printing

grounds - - . .. c. 120 T. Deer - - - - . . . s. 26 to 29 52 ... c. 63311

no s . Embezzling securities by } . in' S: 48 to 512 0 1 bankers, 8c. . - : :

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i STATUTES . SUBJECTS of ACTS PROVISIONS relating thereto, repealed, wholly

repealed. .

in the NEW ACTS. or in part.

ct. Extending 30 G.2. c. 24 52 Geo. 3. c. 641

as to obtaining money by S17 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 53
false pretences to bonds,

&c. - - -
T. Destroying property, and U
recovering the damages - 31

. . C. 30
P. Relating to larceny, as 7
C. 162

1 respects imprisonment and . . C. 29 )

hard labour - -
c. 101 T. Child stealing - - 9G. 4. C. 31. s. 21

T. Stealing from mines - 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 37
T. Destroying buildings &

machinery, and enabling
. c. 125
the owners to recover da-

. c. 30 & 31

Bot c. 31 gives mages

redress in P. Liability of hundreds,

case of riots only towns, &c. • P. Extending regulations As to seamen, see 9 G.4. c. 31.

of the 11 W. 3 • 3 s. 26 and 30
P. Repealing those parts

of several acts allowing S17 G. 4. c. 64. s. 22
rewards for prosecuting /

felons - -
T. As to trials of felonies
on rivers, canals, &c.

{17 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 17

.SI rit. To facilitate trials for 9631 robbing coaches, &c. and I

17 G. 4. C. 64. s. 9 to 12 on boundaries of counties

317 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 76 1 Geo. 4. c. 56 T. Summary punishment ?

.!! for damaging wilfully

.. .. c. 30 + .. .. c. 90 P. Explaining 43 Ğ.3. c. 113 Vide supra

c. 102

T. Stealing from mines - 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 37
T. Repealing the 39 Eliz., 71

making abduction ca-
pital; the 4 G. 1, which || As to abduction, see 9 G 4.

made returning from | C. 31. s. 19, 20 t ... ... c. 115 transportation capital; Returning from transportation,

and the 5 G. 2. c. 30, il 5 G. 4. c. 84
making concealing ef. || Concealing effects by banko
fects by bankrupts ca- || rupts, 6 G. 4. c. 16

pital . . . .

T. In effect restoring benei

l

fit of clergy in cases of (| As to benefit of Clergy, see stealing in shops, 8c, and ( 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 28. s.6 & 7

to 58. value - +1 & 2 . c.88l|P. Assaulting, woundina. (| Assaulting officers in order to o &c.

U rescue prisoners, see s. 12 - • • U

and s. 25 of 9 G.4. c. 31 3 . c. 24 T. Receivers

. 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. s. 54 to 57 32 T. Damages from rioters, ? or malicious -

. . c. 30 & 31, passim T. Munslaughter, servants As to manslaugbter, see 9 G.4.

robbing their masters, and 1. c. 31. s. 9. t... . c. 38 | accessories before the Accessories, 7 G. 4. C. 64

fact in larcenies and Larcenies generally, 7 & 8G. 4. felonies

c. 29

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STATUTES

SUBJECTS of ACTS PROVISIONS relating thereto, repealed, wholly

repealed.

in the NEW ACTS. or in part. ac

W SP. Receivers, and false pre-s17 & 8 G. 4. c. 29. 8. 54 to 57. * U tences

31 as to roceivers

- - -(As to false pretences, s. 53 + .. .. .. P. Assaults - - - 9 G. 4. c. 31. 8. 24 to 29

P. Felonies on turnpike 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 30, s. 14, and
trusts

. -S17 G. 4, c. 64, s. 17
P. Repealing several acts, 31
461 so far as they inflict ca-

}| See the exception at the end pital punishments

of clause 1--of Ç. 27
63|P. Giving clergy in certain
l larcenies

P. Giving clergy in certain

felonies, on convictions | 7 & 8 G. 4. c. 28. s. 6 and 7 C. 541 under the 9th of George

the First, and the 27th

of George the Second -
9 T. Sending threatening letters . c. 29. s. 8, 9

T. Stealing property in
C. 56

mines, and from corpo- I. .. . $. 37

rations - - -
P. Misdemeanors by fac-?

tors, &c. - .
T. Stealing from gardens
and hot-houses -

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